Weakness After Illness, Low Hemoglobin, Improves Appetite, Eructations, Dropsy, Haemorrhages
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5 days; Actual time may vary depending on other items in your order
Common Name: Iron
Iron is present in considerable quantity in blood; also in many articles of daily food. It affects the CIRCULATION, producing irregular distribution of blood; congestions, irregular surgings etc. and pulsations It relaxes the blood vessels causing haemorrhages which are bright or with small clots esp. in rapidly growing youth; or the veins dilate, during neuralgia, menses or fever. It is adapted to young; anaemic; pseudo- plethoric persons, who though looking strong are so weak that they are unable even to speak or walk, want to lie down. Pallor of the skin and mucous membranes, alternating with flushes. Dryness; of mouth; of food, vagina etc. Anaemia of young persons, with flushed cheeks but pale lips; delicate girls, constipated with low spirits. Muscles flabby and relaxed. Dropsy or paralysis, after loss of vital fluids; haemorrhages etc. Red faced old men. Rapid emaciation. Nightly pains that compel motion of part. Pressure; on chest, stomach etc. Irritable mind and body. Cachexia. Cracking in joints. Softening of bones. Red parts become pale. Catalepsy. Goitre, exophthalmic from suppressed menses. Spleen, digestion and left deltoid are also affected.
Anaemia, Asthma, Abdominal disorders, Chlorosis, Cough, Cramps, Constipation, Convulsions, Diarrhoea, Fever, Goitre, Haemorrhage, Headache, Menstrual disorders, Vertigo
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.
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