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    ADEL LECITHINUM TRITURATION TABLET 3X

    (20 GM trituration tablet in bottle)
    ADEL LECITHINUM TRITURATION TABLET 3X
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    LECITHINUM TRITURATION TABLET
    Lecithinum also called as Lecithin is a Phosphorus-containing Complex Organic Body prepared from the yolk of egg and animal brains. It is very useful in anaemic conditions.

    Lecithinum Trituration Tablet is a homeopathic medicine for mental exhaustion and impotency, tuberculosis causing marked improvement in nutrition and general improvement, tired, weak, short breath, loss of flesh, symptoms of general break-down and sexually weak people.

    Lecithinum Trituration Tablet is useful in anemia and convalescence, neurasthenia and insomnia. It helps in increasing the number of red corpuscles and amount of haemoglobin, is an excellent galactagogue, renders milk more nourishing and increases quantity.

    Lecithinum Trituration Table has positive effect on other body parts like:

    Mind

    Relieves forgetful, dull, confused

    Head

    Relieves aching and ringing in ears, face pale

    Stomach

    Treats loss of appetite, thirsty, craves wine and coffee; bloated, sore pain in stomach rising toward throat

    Urine

    Scanty with phosphates, sugar or albumen

    Sexual

    Increases male power, lost or enfeebled. Treats anaphrodisia and ovarian insufficiency.

    Extremities

    Soreness, aching, lack of energy. Tired and weak.

    Dose

    4 tablets of Lecithinum twice a day each day for 3 months unless otherwise prescribed by physicians. Can be taken along with allopathic medicines.

    Side Effects: None

    Precautions

    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.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 18 May, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)