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About Ratanhia Homeopathy Mother Tincture Q
Also known as Ratanhia Peruviana, Krameria-Mapato, Krameria Triandra
Ratanhia is one of the important remedies in cases of rectal symptoms. It is also indicated for perygium, violent hiccoughs, cracked nipples, worm infestations especially pinworms, etc. Depending upon the individualization of case, it is also used for other problems by homoeopathic physicians.
The rectal symptoms are most important in this remedy. It has cured pterygium, violent hiccough and cracked nipples. It is used to expel the pinworms.
Ratanhia Patient Profile
Head: The pain is bursting in head after stool and when sitting with head bend forward. There is sensation as if scalp from nose to vertex are stretched.
Rectum: The rectum is painful as if full of broken glass. The anus aches and burns for hours after stool. The anus feels constricted. There is dry heat at anus with sudden knife like pains. The stools are passed with great effort with protrusion of hemorrhoids. The anus is fissured with great constriction and burning like fire which is relieved by cold water. The diarrhea is thin and fetid. It is used in treating pinworms.
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.
Please avoid taking any food or drinks for a few minutes before and after taking the medication.
No side effect of this remedy is known in therapeutic doses.
No contra-indication for the use of this remedy is known.
What are side effects of Ratanhia?
No side effects of Ratanhia are known or reported.
What precautions to take before taking Ratanhia?
Is Ratanhia suitable for children?
How long should I take Ratanhia?
Is it safe to take Ratanhia during Pregnancy?
Yes. However, as with any other drug, it is better to consult a physician before taking any medicine during pregnancy and lactation.
Ratanhia as per Boericke Materia Medica
The rectal symptoms are most important, and have received much clinical confirmation. It has cured pterygium. Violent hiccough. Cracked nipples (Graph; Eup ar). Pin worms.
Head -Bursting in head after stool, and when sitting with head bent forward. Sensation as if scalp from nose to vertex were stretched.
Stomach -Pain like knives cutting the stomach.
Rectum -Aches, as if full of broken glass. Anus aches and burns for hours after stool. Feels constricted. Dry heat at anus, with sudden knife-like stitches. Stools must be forced with great effort; protrusion of hæmorrhoids. Fissures of anus, with great constriction, burning like fire, as do the hæmorrhoids; temporarily relieved by cold water. Fetid, thin diarrhœa; stools burn; burning pains before and after stools. Oozing at anus. Pin-worms (Sant; Teuc; Spig). Itching of anus.
Relationship -Compare: Paeon; Croton (rectal neuralgia); Sanguin nit (diseases of rectum); Macuna prurens-Dolichos-piles, with burning; hæmorrhoidal diathesis; Silico-sulphocalcite of Alumina; Stag-blast iron furnace cinder -(anal itching, piles, and constipation; housemaid's knee); abdominal flatulent distension and lumbago. Analogue to Lycopod.
Dose -Third to sixth potency. Locally, the Cerate has proved invaluable in many rectal complaints.