In acute circulatory shock repeat 1/4 to ‘/2 hourly.
If necessary give every 5 minutes 10-15 drops with or without water.
Once improvement commences repeat the remedy less frequently.
In chronic circulatory disturbances give 10 to 15 drops in water 3 times daily before meals over a variable period of time.
Read the label carefully before use.
Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach of children.
Ammonium carbonic. D2, Acid. hydrocyanic. D 6, Camphora D 2, Carbo vegetabilis D 30, Crotalus Cascavella D12, Tabacum D6, Veratrum D 4.
Mode of action:
All remedies improve the circulation and strengthen the heart.
Ammon. carb.: Weak rapid pulse with perspiration and fear of death.
Acid. hydrocyan.: Cardiogenic shock with icy cold perspiration and impending respiratory arrest. Syncope and sudden collapse.
Camphora: An analeptic in circulatory collapse together with cold sweat,pallor and cyanosis. Almost imperceptible pulse.
Carbo veg.: Burning in chest as from glowing coals together with debility and palpitations. Shortness of breath, anxiety.
Crotalus Cascavella: Cardiac insufficiencies with tendency to shockparticularly due to bacterial toxins. Circulatory disturbances of post infective genesis.
Tabacum: Almost imperceptible pulse with pallor in the face, cold sweat and nausea.
Veratrum: Total circulatory shock, cold sweat, imperceptible pulse, cold blue hands, fainting on rising (orthostatic).
In acute myocardial infarction give without delay the following three remedies: R 67, R 55, R 2.
Alternate the 3 remedies every 5-10 minutes to begin with depending on severity of case. Thereafter slowly increase the intervals between administration of the alternating remed1/2 to ‘/2 to 1 to 2 hourly.
As patient improves and there is no further shock give R 3 and alternate
with R 2 in order to prevent permanent damage to the myocardium. In circulatory disturbances during menopause give R 10.