HomeHomeopathyAll Homeopathy ProductsADEL CACTUS G DILUTION 200CH
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    Cactus Grandiflorus Dilution

    Commonly known as Night –blooming Cereus, Cactus Grandiflorus holds a major therapeutic influence on the heart and arteries and blood vessels.

    All complaints recur at a particular time or hour in the day, usually at 11am and 11pm.

    Good remedy for bleeding disorders, helps in forming clots quickly,and corrects the abnormal distribution of blood.

    Headaches usually are worse in the right side, mostly with congestions making it feel like the head is squeezed in something

    Throat, stomach, food pipe seems constricted so much that food is difficult to get down.

    Good remedy for piles which are swollen and very painful.

    Bleeding from the bladder, bleeding from bowels in malarial fevers with heart complaints.

    Painful periods that appear early and dark colored flow, with pain in uterus and ovaries.


    Chest feels constricted that affects breathing, with palpitations and pain going to left arm.
    Sensations as if heart has been covered in a vise-like grip, or held in a iron grip and hand was clasping and releasing it.
    Cage like sensation everywhere in the body, esp. around the heart and as if the wire is being slowly tightened.
    Sensation as if a cord was tied below the heart region.
    Heart feels as if there is no room for heart beats.
    Has a profound effect on the valves of the heart which have poor function, heart murmurs, valvular complaints like sclerosis and prolapse.

    Dose- As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with allopathic medicines.


    Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
    Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.

    Side effects- none reported

    Similar drugs: Digitalis, Spigelia, Convallaria, Kalmia, Naja


    Content on this page was last updated on 03 July, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)