R77 Dr Reckeweg INDICATIONS
For withdrawal of smokers, smokers hangover, headache caused by smoking too much and thus arisen vasoconstriction, nausea, pain in the stomach, constipation, arrhythmic palpitation (beating of the heart), liver complaints, tympanitis. Disturbances of the function of the connective tissues. Disturbances of the endocrinum, vascular disturbances, smoker’s leg.
MODE OF ACTION OF MAIN INGREDIENTS:
The combination of the ingredients counteracts damages coming from a permanent supply of nicotine.
If taken regularly over a longer period of time, the power of resistance will be strengthened the function of the autonomic nervous system will be restorated and the vessels will better be supplied with blood.
As result that the nicotine for maintenance of an imitated equilibrium gets superfluous and a general well being arises, if tobacco is renounced.
Agaricus: Circulatory disturbances, irregular beating of the heart, liver bloated, coated tongue, pain in the stomach and nausea.
Echinacea angustifolia: Strengthens the power of resistance, internal antiseptic with influence on the Iympathic system. Stimulation of the all detoxification-mechanisms.
Natrium chloratum: Temporal headache, arrhythmic palpitation, constipation with hard and dry stool.
Robinia: Pain in the stomach caused by smoking to much, acid gastritis (catarrhs of the stomach).
Tabacum: Against abuse of tobacco with collapse, paleness, perspiration, trepidation, cold of the limbs, neuralgia and vertigo, nausea and vomiting. Specifically effective on peripheral and arterial disturbances. Smoker’s leg.
– 3 times daily 15-20 drops in some water
– In case of nervousness due to withdrawal additional use of Vita-C15 forte Tonic is recommended
Bacteria of all types exist on the skin and in the bowel.These creatures live in symbiosis with their human host.The immune system of the host keeps the bacteria in check so they can help the digestion,absorption, and detoxification processes.Bacteria provide many needed functions and are needed for existence.Antibiotics attack these bacteria directly without benefit of the immune system.
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