For the treatment of irregular menstrual cycles and premenstrual discomfort including pain, bloating and nervous irritability.
Pharmacological and clinical notes; Constituents Indications:
Senecio fuchsii (senecio)
Amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, irregular menses with irritation of the bladder; after commencement of menses improvement of all disorders, hemostyptic action.
Acidum nitricum (nitric acid)
Ammoniacal fluor albus, incontinentia urinae,action on the mucous membranes, uterine hemorrhages, metrorrhagia.
Erigeron canadensis (fleabane)
Bright red hemorrhages with irritation of the bladder, menorrhagia, fluor albus.
Moschus (glandular secretion of the male musk deer)
Dysmenorrhea, fainting and conditions of excitation.
Viburnum opulus (guelder rose)
Dysmenorrhea, abortus imminens.
Amenorrhea, migrating pains, fluor albus, constitutional remedy.
Hysteroptosis, downward pressure, chronic inflammation of the uterus and adnexa, acrid fluor albus, pruritus vulvae, exhaustion climacteric.
Dysmenorrhea, stabbing and irritating pains.
Ignatia (St. Ignatius' bean)
Irregular menses with spasmodic pains, lability of mood, tendency to weep, migraine.
Thlaspi bursa pastoris (pennycress)
Metrorrhagia, menorrhagia, fluor albus, chronic cystitis, hemorrhages.
Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni (inner white part of the oyster shell)
Premenstrual headaches, colic, burning, irritation; displacementof uterus (tendency), uterine polypi,scrofulous glandular swelling.
Aquilegia vulgaris (columbine)
Dysmenorrhea with pain on the left side, globus hystericus.
Cypripedium pubescens (lady's slipper)
Nervous disorders in overstrained women, insomnia.
Nervous irritability, colic, galactagogue for nursing mothers with (painful) milk tumors.
Nux moschata (nutmeg)
Abortus imminens, meteorism, nervous hyperactivity.
Hormeel, due to its individual constituents, exerts a mildly stimulating action, in the combination effect (B\303\274rgi), on the endocrine glands, especially on the hypophysis cerebri, through mobilization of the tropic hormones on the endocrine glands situated below (gonads, thyroid gland, suprarenal glands); further, also on the connective tissues, and it can,therefore, be applied as auxiliary remedy for the widest variety of indications in which there is a suspicion of hormonal dysfunction.
Based on the individual homeopathic constituents of Hormeel, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of functional disturbances in the female cycle, symptoms of ovarian and hypophyseal insufficiency, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea (in the latter case, Spascupreel and Gyn\303\244coheel in addition); as auxiliary medicinal treatment of sterility and in habitual miscarriage. Neurovegetative and psychosomatic disturbances (migraine, depression, nymphomania,in these cases possibly alternating with Ypsiloheel and Nervoheel). Female sterility (in combination with Gyn\303\244coheel and Apis-Homaccord); climacteric (in addition to Klimaktheel and MetroAdnex-lnjeel). As auxiliary remedy, Hormeel is administered in oophoritis, adnexitis, salpingitis, para-, myo-, endometritis and colpitis (with Metro-Adnex-lnjeel, Traumeel and Gyn\303\244coheel), in fluor albus (with Gyn\303\244coheel and Lamioflur), in Kraurosis vulvae (with Mercurius-Heel, Mezereum-Homaccord, possibly also Schwef-Heel, Sulfur-lnjeel, Klimaktheel, etc.). Additional indications for Hormeel are gynecological cystitis, various skin diseases such as neurodermatitis, rosacea, acne vulgaris juvenilis, as well as diseases of the mucous membranes (rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, laryngeal weakness (in addition to Phosphor-Homaccord and Ignatia-Homaccord), aphthous stomatitis, aphthe, struma parenchymatosa, hyperthyroidism) and loss of appetite in childhood (in addition to Lymphomyosot, Hepeel and Calcoheel).
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