Natura Pharyna 25ml
COMPOSITION: Homoeopathic complementary medicine Each 1ml of liquid contains:Acidum nitricum D10; Apis mellifica D4; Baryta muriatica D10; Hepar sulphuris calcareum D6; Kalium muriaticum D6; Lachesis mutus D10; Mercurius cyanatus D10 Phosphorus D10; Phytolacca decandra Spag D3. Preservative: 20% Alcohol. HOMOEOPATHIC MODE OF ACTION: Acidum nitricum has an analgesic and anti-inflammatory action and relieves sore, hot, dry throat with painful swallowing. Also treats mouth ulcers and burning offensive nasal discharge. Apis mellifica acts on cellular tissue and mucous membranes to relieve congestion and oedema. It also treats swelling of the throat, uvula, tonsils and mouth accompanied by stinging, burning pain. Baryta muriatica is indicated for enlargement with pain of the tonsils and difficult swallowing. Hepar sulphuris calcareum acts on the lymphatic system and as a decongestant. It relieves difficult swallowing, the sensation of a splinter in the throat and suppuration of thick mucus from the throat. Kalium muriaticum has a decongestant and mucolytic effect and treats inflamed, enlarged and septic tonsils that impede breathing. Lachesis mutus has an analgesic and decongestant action and relieves severe throat pain which is worse on swallowing and which may become chronic and radiate to the ear. This remedy treats a dry, swollen throat with mucus that is difficult to expel and tonsils that are septic or deep purple. Mercurius cyanatus is indicated for acute infections with rapid deterioration and relieves ulcerated sore throat with hoarseness and pain on swallowing. Phosphorus acts on inflamed painful mucous membranes to relieve swelling and redness of the throat and laryngitis with elevated temperature.
Phytolacca decandra acts on the glandular system to treat painful throat extending to the ears, swollen tonsils and dark red or bluish discolouration of the throat.
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