• Biodolor



    Migraine (acute or chronic)
    Nausea & vomiting


    250mg tablet contains:

    Active ingredients:

    Cyclamen purpurascens Trit. D3 —————- 50.0 mg
    elsemium sempervirens Trit. D4 —————- 50.0 mg
    Melilotus officinalis Trit. D2 ——————— 25.0 mg
    Primula veris Trit. D3 —————————- 25.0 mg
    Sanguinaria canadensis Trit. D6 —————- 25.0 mg
    Strychnos nux vomica Trit. D4 —————— 50.0 mg
    Thea chinensis (HAB 34) Trit. D [HAB, V. 4a,
    Urt. With ethanol 62% (m / m)] —————- 25.0 mg

    Inactive ingredients:

    Calcium behenate
    Potato starch

    Direction to use:

    In Acute conditions 1 tablet 12 times a day.
    In Chronic conditions 1 tablet 3 times daily.

    Children above 12 year: 1 Tablet two times a day.

    The dosage in children aged 2 to 6 years is based on the homeopathic physician experienced medical practitioner or statement. 6
    Or as directed by your physician.

    Drug Facts & Compositions

    Applications: The application areas are derived from the homeopathic medicinal agent images. These include: headaches.

    Cyclamen purpurascens (Sow bread) Trit. D3:
    Migraine with transient visual disturbances, accompanied by dizziness and nausea; fatigue and weakness throughout the body.

    Gelsemium sempervirens (Yellow Jasmine) Trit. D4:
    Dizziness; drowsiness; trembling and tremors; mental prostration; anxiety; lassitude; coma and strokes; general depression from heat of sun; strong sensation around the head; dull mind pain; weakness.

    Melilotus officinalis (Sweet Clover) Trit. D2:
    Congestion especially to the head; headache with violent congestion and fullness; nausea; vomiting; migraine.

    Primula veris (Cowslip) Trit. D3:
    Threatened strokes arising from depression; cerebral congestion with neuralgia; migraine; pressure at heart; strong sensation around the head; severe dizziness; neuralgic head ache; temporal pain.

    Sanguinaria canadensis (Blood root) Trit. D6:
    Right sided remedy affecting head; periodic migraines; tension headache from occiput to the eyes, especially the right.

    Strychnos nux vomica (Poison nut) Trit. D4:
    Migraine; headache in occiput or over eyes; frontal headache with desire to press head against something; Headache in the sunshine; congestive headache with dizziness, nausea and vomiting; headache after drinking alcohol, tobacco and coffee.

    Thea chinensis (HAB 34) (Chinese tea) Trit. D [HAB, V. 4a, :
    Neuralgia and insomnia; migraines that radiates from a point; Headache with rush of blood to head with throbbing carotid; head neuralgia

    Contraindications: Do not use in hypersensitivity primroses.

    Interactions: Not known

    Side effects: Not known

    Precautions / Warnings:
    If vomiting occurs, vision or loss of consciousness, and in all ongoing, unclear or newly occurring complaints a physician should be consulted, since it may be evidence of illnesses that require medical evaluation. To use the drug in children under 2 years are no well documented experience. It should therefore not be used in children under 2 years. In children aged 2 to 6 years of use takes place only after consultation with a homeopathic physician experienced. 1 (pregnancy and lactation)

    Supportive therapy: Biodolor® comp. Inj.

    Other recommendations:
    After exclusion of organic diseases: hydrotherapy, sauna; BEWE movement therapy (aerobic exercise in the open air); Chiropractic, spinal exercises, deep tissue massage; Relaxation therapy such as autogenic training, etc.

    Acupuncture: Yang – Ming – headache (pain in the temple):

     LG 20 – DI 4 – DI 11 – 8 GBL – MA 2 – MA 8 – MA 36 – MA 44

     Shao – Yang – headache (pain in the lateral skull range)

     LG 20 – 8 GBL – GBL 14 – 20 GBL – GBL 41 – DI 4 – 3E 5 – LE 3

     Ear acupuncture: Yang – Ming – Headache 9 – 26a – 29 – 36 – 55 – 87-96

     Shao – Yang – Headache 29 – 35 – 37 – 55 – 96RE – 98

     Tai – Yang – headache 13-29 – 33-36 – 55-95

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