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Dr. Reckeweg Copaiva Officinalis30 CH (11 ml)

Dr. Reckeweg Copaiva Officinalis 30 CH (11 ml)

Urinary tract infection, Burning at anus, Urticaria, Rash, Dry cough


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Common Name:   Balsam of Copaiva

Acts powerfully on mucous membranes, especially that of the urinary tract, the respiratory organs, and the skin, here producing a well-marked nettle-rash, producing excessive discharge. FOUL; BLENORRHOEA; bronchorrhoea, suppuration.

Acne. Anus, itching of. Bladder, irritable. Blenorrhagia. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Cough. Cystitis. Dysentery. Fistula. Gastritis. Gonorrhoea. Haemorrhoids. Measles. Nose-bleed. Prostatitis. Pruritus. Urethritis. Urticaria. Vulva, inflammation of.

Take 5 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician OR

Medicate the globules and take 4-6 globules 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.

  • Burning pressure; painful while passing urine with dribbling. Retention, with pain in the bladder, anus and rectum.
  • Weeps on hearing a piano.
  • Catarrh of the bladder; dysuria. Swelling of the entry of urethra. Constant desire to pass urine.
  • Urine acrid, scanty, bloody smells of violets. Greenish, turbid color; peculiar undigestable odor.
  • Cough with profuse, gray, purulent expectoration. 
  • Itch with fever and constipation.
  • High fever with rash. Acute febrile infection due to bacteria especially around the abdomen.
  • Circumscribed, lenticular patches. here it produces a well-marked nettle rash. Mottled appearance.
  • Chronic rashes with in children. Blister with eruptions.
  • Occipital headache better gentle hand pressure. Flushes of blood to the head, and face.
  • Food tastes too salty.
  • Stools of masses of mucus or covered with mucus.


  • Worse:  Morning. Taking cold.

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