HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE FOR DIGESTION
FOR WEAK DIGESTION, DISORDER OF PANCREAS & LIVER, GASTRIC COMPLAINTS, FLATULENCE
Supportive remedy to strengthen the functioning of digestive organs such as pancreas, liver and gallbladder
Composition: Chionanthus virginicus 6x, Eichornia crassipes 4x, Glechoma hederacea 6x, Hedera helix 12x,Iberis amara 4x, Iris versicolor 6x, Nux moschata 4x, Phosphorus 12x
Chionanthus virginica, a modern remedy that acts against dys-fermentation of the liver and pancreas gland, connected with painful sensations and long distance effects to bilious headaches similar in character to migraine. Chionanthus also shows good result in post hepatic states including inflammation of the gall bladder.
Eichhornia crassipes (Eichhornia) gives cent percent increase in pancreatic juice, which supports regulation of digestive functions and helps improving the active materials, amylases (carbohydrates), chymotrypsin (splitting proteins) and lipase (fat splitting enzyme).
Glechoma hederacea is a very important however less noticed healing plant which provides a deep support and antitoxic influences to the three organs of metabolism. It shows indications against hemorrhoids and enteritis as a sign of the blood regulation in the venous circulation.
Hedera helix addresses abnormality of the gall bladder as well as inflammatory processes in stomach, small intestines and pancreas area.
Iberis amara shows a pronounced feedback efficacy to the heart and digestive organs expressed by the feeling of being full, nauseous and cramp pains, which could lead to functional dysfunction of the heart activity, connected with the desire for deep breathing.
Iris versicolor is a remedy which regulates the digestive processes well. As part of a complex therapy, hyperacidity with burning symptoms, acute and chronic complaints of the liver, pancreas or gallbladder actions belong to the regulations of this plant.
Myristica fragrans (Nux moschata) regulates symptoms of being weak, sleepy, depressed with cramps and pains in the skin, dry mucous, as a sign of dyspeptic-meteorism and nervous weakness.
A very important remedy against a wide range of liver complaints and catarrhs of the stomach and colon is Phosphorus. This wide acting remedy is very important, as it tenders holistic influences and so when offered as part of a complex therapy, it works against myocarditis, mental exhaustions, gastritis, ulcera ventriculi and ulcera duodeni. With this in mind the remedy regulates a wide field of digestive loadings in the area of pancreas gland dysfunctions and connected problems of the other metabolism organs