Clerodendron Infortunatum Dilution 6C, 30C, 200C, 1M, 10M, CM
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About Clerodendron Infortunatum (Dilution)
Its tincture is prepared from the leaves.
It is chiefly indicated for gastric derangements and worm infestations.
Abdomen: Excessive salivation with severe nausea is the most marked symptom of this remedy. Colicky pain in the abdomen from worm infestations. Diarrhea with yellow, frothy and watery stools with nausea.
Fever: It is useful in fever associated with enlargement or inflammation of liver and spleen with extreme prostration. Fever that returns in the afternoon with burning sensation in the eyes and face.
Dosage: Please note that the dosage of single homoeopathic medicines varies from drug to drug depending upon the condition, age, sensitivity and other things. In some cases they are given as regular doses as 3-5 drops 2-3 times a day whereas in other cases they are given only once in a week, month or even in a longer period. We strongly recommend that the medication should be taken as per the physician’s advice.
What is Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
Clerodendron infortunatum CH is a Homoeopathic Dilution made from Vata. It is reported to be useful in skin and tumour, Malaria, etc.
What are uses/benefits of Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
It is reported to be useful in skin and tumour, malaria fever.
How to use Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
It is to be taken as an internal medicine. Please note that the dosage of single homoeopathic medicines varies from drug to drug depending upon the condition, age, sensitivity and other things. In some cases they are given as regular doses as 3-5 drops 2-3 times a day whereas in other cases they are given only once a week, month or even in a longer period. We strongly recommend that the medication should be taken as per the physician’s advice.
What are the side effects of Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
No known side effects reported.
What precautions to take before using Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
How long should I take Clerodendron infortunatum CH?
Until the symptoms improve or as per the Physicians prescription.
Is Clerodendron infortunatum CH safe for children?
Is it safe to use Clerodendron infortunatum CH during pregnancy?
Common Name: Bhanta, Glory Tree, Linn
Causes & Symptoms for SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum
- It is an excellent remedy in diarrhea associated with nausea.
- It is indicated in loose evacuations associated with worm symptoms where the stools are liquid, of deep yellowish color and frothy
- As a vermifuge medicine it ranks first.
- Diarrhoea, skin disorders, venereal and scrofulous complaints, wounds, post-natal complications.
- for the removal of ascarids in anus, as external applications
- Leaves and root extract is useful for the treatment of fresh wound.
- Percentage of haemoglobin improved due to SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum.
- Piles patient given with SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum gives considerable relief.
- Hepatomegaly and splenomegaly, Gastric derangements, Indigestion.
- Worm symptoms and colic due to worms in children is relieved with this remedy.
Side effects of SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum
There are no such side effects. But every medicine should be taken following the rules as given.
It is safe to take the medicine even if you are on other mode of medication like allopathy medicines, ayurvedic etc.
Homeopathic medicines never interfere with the action of other medicines.
Dosage and rules while taking SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum
Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.
You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.
We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking SBL Clerodendron Infortunatum
Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.
Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.