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Dr. Reckeweg R31 (Contraemin) (22ml)

Dr. Reckeweg R31 (Contraemin) (22ml)

Useful in Anaemia, Lack of Appetite, Pain in abdomen, Weakness

MADE IN GERMANY

₹250

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Form:             Drops

Weight:          69 (gms)

 

Anaemia; lack of appetite, especially among children; often accompanied by swellings. After-effects of acute ailments. All kinds of anaemia frequently induced by the new toxicant effect of the treatment of other illnesses.

Aranea diadema: Sensitivity to changes in the weather.

Arsenum jodatum: Selective action on the variations undergone by tissues; influences the cellular metabolism.

Ceanothus americanus: Injured spleen (i.e. after malaria). Pains in the tummy (left side). Perturbations in the production and circulation of the blood.

Ferrum chloratum: Secondary anaemia; rise in number of haematites.

Lycopodium: Tonic and functional remedy of the liver in case of swellings (pain in left side), lack of appetite (quick satiety); reddish deposit in urine.

Sulfur: Penetrating reaction agent, activator of the total sulfur metabolism. Rush to the head, disturbed circulation.

  •  General rule: 3 times a day 10-15 drops in a little water before meals. During the first days of treatment, in case of pronounced anaemia, frequent doses, eventually 6-10 times daily 10-15 drops. On noting improvement, reduce the dose to 2-3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician 

 

  • It is important not to stuff children with chocolate, sweets and eggs, as the overwork the liver and reduce appetite.
  •  Recommended food for children: milk puddings, oats flakes, vegetables and fruit. Meat is viewed as a complementary food whilst pork in any form: bacon, sausages, ham etc. will be avoided.
  •  This also applies to anaemic adults
  •  In convalescence: Vita-C15.
  •  In endocrine disturbances: R19, R20.
  •  In general debility: R26.

 The above preparations may be given in addition to or in alternation with R1, depending upon symptoms.

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