Epilepsy and epileptoid attacks, twitching muscles.
Bufo: Specific remedy against epileptic fits and progressive weakness.
Cuprum: Against all kinds of cramps, in the thighs for instance, and especially epileptic cramps. Cerebral congestion
Pulsatilla: Promotes vicarious effects in general, in the sense that diseases stifled in the past are rediscovered as an effect of vicariation.
Silicea: After-effects of the suppression of perspiration from the feet.
Acts on the constitution.
Zincum: Various beneficial effects in case of convulsion, brings out stifled diseases of the skin.
Generally 2-3 times daily 10-15 drops in some water by way of a prolonged cure or as prescribed by the physician
Prior to attacks or after an attack administer 20 drops every ½ hour for two hours or as prescribed by the physician
After treatment over a period to three months the dosage may be reduced to 10-15 drops once a day or as prescribed by the physician .
R36 is considered to be a useful complementary remedy
In restlessness and excitement: R14
In hysterical attacks: R47.
Convulsions during teething: R35.
In tetany and eclampsia: R34.
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