Thalamus compositum (Homeopathic remedies Heel)

Thalamus compositum Thalamus compositum

Composition : 100 ml contains: Thalamus opticus D8, Corpus pineale D8, Glandula suprarenalis D10, Viscum album D10, cAMP (cyclische Adenosinmono-phosphorsCure) D6, 1 ml each.

Indications: Stimulation of central regulatory functions in degenerative diseases and neoplasms.

Dosage: Usually 1-3 times a week for 1 ampoule subcutaneously, intramuscularly, intradermally, if necessary, intravenously.

Form of release and packing: The package contains 5, 10, 50 or 100 ampoules of 2.2 ml.

Brief description of indications for the use of individual components of the formulation: Thalamus opticus suis Stimulation of central regulatory functions. Corpus pineale suis Provides resistance in the phases of neoplasms, for example, growth retardation; Antitumor effect. Glandula suprarenalis suis Conditions of adrenal exhaustion. Viscum album High and low blood pressure; Dizziness; Narrowing of the heart vessels and arrhythmia; Articular wear of the joints. CAMP Stimulation of blocked enzyme systems; Intracellular regulation factor.

Based on the homeopathic components that make up this preparation, Thalamus compositum is assigned to stimulate central regulatory functions in the phases of degeneration and neoplasms.

With neoplasms with progression of the disease, adrenocortical atrophy and necrotic foci of the visual hillock, especially in the districts of Nucleus pallidus and Corpus striatum, arise that allow one to express violations of central regulation. In such cases it is necessary to use stimulant therapy.

Between the nucleus of the lens and Nucleus caudatus are Pars pallida and Corpus striatum, which are the center of the regulation of many vital functions of man; Their change is an indication of the presence of cancer in the body. This is where the signaling neural effect often comes from, for example, the so-called pigment spots on the iris of the eye, indicative of a retoxic impregnation of the body.

The pituitary gland activates growth processes through growth hormones (which is often contraindicated in neoplasms); Corpus pineale performs opposite functions - it restrains growth, prevents the development of malignant tumors, affects asthma and disease phases to the right of the biological barrier.

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