Schwabe Hertone Utrotonic Homoeopathic Medicine for Amenorrhoea, Menstrual irregularities
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About Schwabe Hertone Syrup:
Schwabe Hertone Utrotonic Homoeopathic Medicine is indicated for amenorrhoea, menstrual irregularities such as menorrhagia, dysmenorrhoea. It is used for ovarian cyst, uterine fibroid, and endometriosis. It is also used in associated water retention, insomnia, debility, anxiety, rectal distress, constipation, and cases of infertility. Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) like mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression are also covered.
- Helps in amenorrhoea, menstrual irregularities such as menorrhagia, dysmenorrhoea.
- It is used for ovarian cyst, uterine fibroid, and endometriosis.
- It is also used in associated water retention, insomnia, debility, anxiety, rectal distress, constipation, and cases of infertility.
- Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) like mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression are also covered.
Indications of the individual ingredients of Hertone Syrup:
Abroma radix: It is an uterine tonic and emmenagogue, given in congestive and neuralgic dysmenorrhea (as a sedative), amenorrhoea and leucorrhoea. It is useful in albuminurea, sleeplessness and debility.
Aletris farinosa: This remedy has special affinity towards female organism. Its oestrogenic action is well proved. Premature and profuse menses with labour like pain. Useful for dysmenorrhea and irregular threatened abortions. It is one of the important remedies for infertility. It is used as a general tonic due to its action like a sedative to promote relaxation. It covers debility, joint and muscle pains during menses, prolapsus, leucorrhoea, fluid retention, colic, stomach upset, constipation, rectal distress, diarrhoea, etc. Also used in anaemia in young girls.
Caulophyllum thalictroides: It acts like a tonic. This agent acts upon the uterus as an emmenagogue and parturifacient (an agent that induces or accelerates labour, hence it is used during labour, when the pains are deficient and the patient is exhausted and fretful). It also acts upon the muscles & small joints. It is used for pain in such joints during menses. In some cases of menopause, pain of joint is associated. It can safely be used there also. Useful in chronic acric leucorrhoea and associated exhaustion. It is reported to control the haemorrhage that follows labours, and haemorrhage that accompanies abortions. Possesses antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic and diuretic activities.
Cimicifuga racemosa: It acts upon the uterus and ovaries. Especially useful in ovarian irritation, uterine cramps and heavy limbs. Covers muscular and crampy pains, primarily of neurotic origin. Used in dysmenorrhoea with backache which occurs in people with irregular menses. Pain immediately before menses. Pain in ovarian region, radiating downward especially to the anterior surface of thigh and it shoots upwards as well. Pain across pelvis, from hip to hip. Infra-mammary pains. Facial blemishes (mark or spot affecting appearance) in young women. Recent clinical evidence supports the efficacy and safety of this drug for symptoms of premenstrual tension, menopause and other gynecological problems, complications associated with childbirth.
Helonias dioica: Its chief action is to improve the tone of the reproductive organs. It has also been used traditionally for dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea, leucorrhoea, prolapse with disordered menstruation and to improve libido. It is regarded primarily as a uterine tonic. It is reported to be useful to prevent miscarriages. Its action is known on the ovaries as well. Hence it is used in pelvic inflammation and to improve fertility. It also covers prolapse of uterus (due to weakness) and other malposition of the womb. Used in cases of ovarian cysts, suppressed menses and congested kidneys. Considered useful during menopause. Modern literature supports its use to treat problems as menstrual problems, pregnancy complaints, fertility issues, ovarian cysts and as diuretic.
Janosia ashoka: It has extensive sphere of action on female organs. It is used in cases of amenorrhoea for regulating rhythm and flow, and metrorrhagia. Research has shown that it possesses oxytocic, stimulant, spasmogenic action on uterus. Its phytoconstituent saracin is seen as immunomodulator, and the drug as a whole good for female reproductive system. Recent studies have found it to possess antimenorrhagic, anti-inflammatory, antioxytocic, analgesic and uterine tonic activities.
Unless otherwise prescribed, Hertone should be taken as follows: 1-2 teaspoon 2-3 times daily.