Natura Tonsilla 150s
COMPOSITION: Homoeopathic complementary medicine. Each 250mg tablet contains: Ammonium bromatum D6; Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) D6; Calcarea iodata D6; Echinacea angustifolia D6; Hepar sulphuris calcareum D6; Lachesis mutus D6; Mentholum D6 Mercurius cyanatus D6. HOMOEOPATHIC MODE OF ACTION: Ammonium bromatum treats chronic laryngeal and pharyngeal catarrh with burning throat pain. Atropa belladonna has an anti-inflammatory effect and relieves tonsillitis of sudden, acute onset with raw, red, hot, burning sore throat and enlarged tonsils. Calcarea iodata treats enlarged glands and tonsils.Echinacea angustifolia has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties. It acts on the immune system to treat septic, ulcerated throat with dark discolouration of the tonsils and helps prevent recurrent re-infections. Hepar sulphuris calcareum acts on the lymphatic system to treat glandular swelling, suppurating tonsils and relieve pain when swallowing. Lachesis mutus acts on septic states and clears sticky mucus from the throat with purple discolouration of the tonsils and pains extending towards the ears. Mentholum has an anti-inflammatory action on the mucous membrane of the naso-pharynx helping alleviate pharyngitis, laryngitis, acute nasal catarrh, coryza and post nasal drip. Mercurius cyanatus treats inflamed tissue associated with enlarged tonsils, burning pain, loss of voice and an ulcerated throat.
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