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CARBO VEG DILUTION 200C

(11 ML dilution in box)
CARBO VEG  DILUTION 200C
Product Details
Carbo Vegetabilis Dilution
Vegetable charcoal or Carbo vegetabilis, is reputed to be very effective in the complaints arising where the circulation is very slow and sluggish. Its efficacy includes-

Very well suited to those who have never recovered from their previous illnesses.

Due to the abnormal circulation , there is tendency for affected parts to turn blue and cold.

Good for headache for excessive activities and indulgences.

Face is blue and pale with cold sweats.

Daily bleeding from nose with a pale face, tip of nose is red, veins on nose are dilated.

Stomach

There is a lot of burping, heaviness and fullness in stomach with sleeplessness.
Digestion is very slow, abdomen is bloated and cannot take fat things . Even simple food causes symptoms.
Eructations after eating and drinking
Contractive pain extending to chest, with distention of abdomen
Aversion to milk, meat, and fat thing
Cannot bear tight clothing around waist and abdomen
Abdomen greatly distended; better, passing wind.
Flatulent colic. Pain in liver

Rectum and Stool

Acrid, corrosive moisture from rectum
Good remedy for piles, bleeding , burning in anal region.
Loose motions in old people are painful.
Frequent, involuntary cadaverous-smelling stools, followed by burning

Respiratory

Good results for asthma seen in old aged people with blue color on skin.
Coughing with a lot of burning and hoarseness which increases in evenings.

Skin

Skin is blue, cold, with warm sweating.
Good for gangrene seen in old people, bed sores which bleed easily .


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

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.

Side effects- none reported

Similar drugs: Kali Carb, Dros


Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 03 October, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)