Pharmacotherapeutic group: Homeopathic medicine
Hepar sulfur calcareum is a grayish powder with a hydrogen sulfide odor. The substance is almost insoluble in water and alcohol and reacts chemically like sulfur and calcium.
Key symptoms for prescribing
- purulent inflammation;
- hypersensitivity to pain (intolerance to any touch on the inflamed area) and cold;
- sensitivity to pain and cold.
- painful throbbing sensation
- high sensitivity of scalp to touch
- There is pain in ears when windpipe
- pain in throat and throat spreading to ears.
Main clinical uses
Hepar sulfur is indicated primarily for inflammatory processes and/or suppuration of any localization.
In acute pathology, a common sign is increased sensitivity of the affected areas and improvement with local application of heat.
In chronic pathology, in the presence of suppuration, a common sign is an unpleasant odor of pus.
- furuncles, abscesses, carbuncles, hydradenitis, impetigo and purulent rashes. The method of prescription must be observed precisely, on the one hand, because of the opposite effect of low and high dilutions, on the other hand, depending on the stage of suppuration:
- Divisions C5 favor pus separation or pus formation;
- Divisions C30 favor pus resorption;
- Divisions C9 act depending on the clinical stage.
Weaker dilutions of Hepar Sulfur should not be used for this reason if the suppuration occurs in a closed cavity or if there is insufficient effusion of pus.
The repetition of the doses depends on the dilution prescribed and the purpose pursued.
- pustular acne;
- chronic staphylococcal skin infection;
- acute hyperalgic laryngitis, hoarseness, muffled and “barking” cough after severe hypothermia; profuse sweating brings the patient no relief;
- erythematous purulent tonsillitis;
- acute otitis media, pus from the ear.
- tracheobronchitis with dry and muffled cough, which then becomes wet; cough increases at the beginning and end of the night, from cold air, cold drinks, hypothermia;
- catarrhal tracheobronchitis;
- bronchitis causing dyspnea, with tendency to superinfection, bronchial dilation.
- dental abscess (suppuration should be drained as soon as possible);
- prevention of odontogenic infections, except prevention of infective endocarditis.
- purulent conjunctivitis;
- Infant diarrhea (sticky greenish colored stools with a pungent odor);
- purulent processes;
- behavioral disorders.
- prevention of relapses of chronic prostatitis.
- prevention of recurrent endometritis.
- chronic foci of infection resistant to antibiotic therapy.
Hepar sulfur (Hepar sulfur) C30
Excipients: sucrose, lactose.
4 g – pouches with a pellet counter (1) – cardboard boxes.
How to take, the dosage
The pellets should be taken by mouth 30 minutes before a meal or 60 minutes after a meal.
Children from 0 to 3 years must first dilute the pellets by shaking them in 10-15 ml of water at room temperature and then give them to drink.
The optimal amount per oral dose is 5 pellets.
Please consult your doctor to determine the dilution, number and length of dosing.
When treating with Hepar sulfur other medicines can be used.
The dosing regimen and the frequency of administration are determined by the doctor. If there is no therapeutic effect within 3 days, as well as in case of adverse reactions, consult a physician.
- individual sensitivity to the drug
- lactose intolerance
Not described to date.
No cases of overdose have been reported to date.
|Conditions of storage|
The drug should be kept out of reach of children, protected from light and moisture, away from electrical appliances at 15-25°C.
Boiron Laboratory, France
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