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    DR. RECKEWEG R20 GLANDULAR DROPS FOR WOMEN DROP

    (22 ML drop in bottle)
    DR. RECKEWEG R20 GLANDULAR DROPS FOR WOMEN DROP
    Product Details
    DR. RECKEWEG R20
    Glandular Drops for Women
    INDICATIONS
    Endocrine dysfunction, growth disturbances, obesity due to pituitary dysfunction, respectively underweight, goitre, Grave's diseases, Addison's disease, myxoedema, etc.
    MODE OF ACTION OF MAIN INGREDIENTS:
    Glandulae suprarenales: Asthenia, weight reduction, myasthenia. Allergic conditions, asthma, hypoglycaemia. Hypertonia-Hypotonia.
    Hypophysis: Essential element of hormonal system. Controls the internal secretion, the contents of lactic acid in the blood, the mineralization and the fluidic content of the body. (anti-diuretic effect).
    Pancreas: Pancreatic diabetes. Stimulates production of digestive secretions.
    Ovaria: Senility, declining potency, faulty memory, depression, functional disturbances of the glands, inferiority complex, cryptorchidism, nocturnal enuresis, impotency. Frigidity of women, lesbian tendencies, oligo- and azzoospermia, faulty circulation, congestions. Attenuates hyperfunction of hypophysis.
    Glandulae thymi: Exhaustion, mongolism.
    Thyreoidinum: Regulation of the thyroid gland, interrupted development of hyroidinum Mixoedema, hypothermy, hypercholesterinamia, retarded intellectual development, helps drain the organism.
    DOSAGE: Generally 3 times daily 10-15 drops in some water.
    SIZE: 22ml
    REMARKS
    - The individual remedies have partially been derived and potentised from fetal tissues.
    - In the process of potentisation the surface area is increased resulting in an opposite action of the remedy as compared to its actions in the crude form (following the Arndt-Schulz principle).
    -In this way it is possible to influence endocrine disfunctions that are otherwise extremely difficult to treat.


    Use under medical supervision.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 05 June, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)