Some homeopathic medicines do not carry a therapeutic indication or dosage. The reason ? In homeopathy, the same medicine can treat different diseases (digestive disorders and insomnia for example) and the same condition (the common cold) can be treated with different drugs, chosen according to the patient. It is up to the health professional to determine who to take and how. These drugs without therapeutic indication are often in tubes and doses (traditional forms of homeopathy) and are designated by their Latin name. Here is a list of frequently asked questions about homeopathic medicines. How to take my homeopathic medicine? In general, taking the homeopathic medicine is recommended...See article
DAPIS GEL 40g BITES HOMEOPATHIE Boiron
Dapis soothing gel Boiron is used to alleviate itching due to insect bites, including mosquitoes, bees, wasps. Paraben.
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DAPIS SOOTHING GEL 40g BITES HOMEOPATHIE Boiron
The Soothing DAPIS GEL Laboratories Boiron is an emergency treatment of insect bites including mosquitoes, bees and wasps, to neutralize inflammation and relieve pain.
Description soothing gel DAPIS
Insects secrete defensive substances harmful to humans and although the majority of bites are harmless, they can be some danger. The bite results in severe pain, depending on the amount of venom injected, the skin becomes red, swollen and itching appear.
Properties soothing gel DAPIS
DAPIS GEL contains:
Extract from Ledum Pallustre (Lede Marsh)
This small shrub swamp, has anti-inflammatory properties and is a natural inhibitor of prostaglandins, responsible for various skin reactions when an insect bite.
Apis Mellifica Extract (Extract Poison Bee)
The application of this extract allows attacked by an insect bite area to find immediate relief that reduces inflammation, an immediate response of the immune system of the body.
This agent is an emulsifier that promotes penetration of soothing ingredients.
This agent provides melting and penetrating gel texture.
Results soothing gel DAPIS
The Soothing DAPIS GEL, can quickly relieve the pain of insect bites and inhibits the risk of inflammation.
Tips for using soothing gel DAPIS
Apply the gel on the skin with a slight massage. Reapply as often as necessary.
Conditioning soothing gel DAPIS
Some natural tips to fight against mosquito bites (and other insects or stinging plants)
Relieve mosquito bites with plants
When the mosquito (or chip) quilted body and the mosquito bite (or nettles) begins to scratch, you must rub the mosquito bite immediately with fresh parsley and let this bite outdoors during about 45 minutes.
Soothe mosquito bites naturally
To soothe mosquito bites naturally, take an onion, cut it in half and rub the toe part, just after the sting. Leave to act on the mosquito bite for a few minutes.
The effect of the itching should stop very quickly. Once it subsided, spend soap and rinse thoroughly. Mosquito bites will be a bad memory.
Soothe a mosquito bite on her child
To soothe a mosquito bite on her child and almost spontaneous way, just chop fresh parsley and apply immediately.
Another trick that works great on mosquito bites, they are crushed blackcurrant leaves and applied to the skin.
Calm itching following a sting of nettles
To relieve nettle stings, rub your hand in some sorrel leaves or plantain.
Then rub the leaves directly to the site of the injection nettle
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