Presentation of Antimonium crudum in tube granules
It is the black antimony sulphide now known as stibine which is at the origin of this homeopathic remedy. Stibnite is the main ore of antimony. Already known in Antiquity, women used this mineral as eyelash shadow.
Antimonium Crudum Boiron homeopathy granules represent a homeopathic medicine usually used in dermatology and in behavioral disorders of digestive origin.
Antimonium crudum has various particularities which distinguish it from certain homeopathic formulas. It acts specifically on the level of the digestive system, the functioning of which is disturbed by certain types of food. Note that unbalanced food or overeating can cause digestive problems. Dermatological lesions can also be treated with homeopathic treatment. To obtain convincing results, the patient must consume Antimonium crudum. The dosage varies according to the pathology to be treated.
Antimonium crudum 4CH, 5CH, 7CH, 9CH, 12CH, 15CH, 30CH Boiron homeopathic granules
English name: BLACK SULPHIDE OF ANTIMONY
Registered drug: EH00020
Registered in the pharmacopoeia
Advice from your pharmacist: Antimonium crudum and its uses in dermatology and gastroenterology
Consumed for medicinal purposes and in homeopathy, Antimonium crudum is extracted from black antimony sulfide .
It is particularly effective in the care of cutaneous mycoses and in gastroenterology.
Properties of Antimonium Crudum Granules Boiron
In homeopathy, antimonium crudum is classically used to aid digestion in people who overeat. Homeopathic medicine for “gluttons” who constantly throw themselves into the kitchen cupboards and fridges in search of snacks.
Antimonium crudum also helps these people to get rid of skin problems accompanying these digestive disorders.
Other related action areas:
- Migraines, Palpitations, Diarrhea and constipation, Hemorrhoids
- Eczema, Urticaria, Warts
Tips for using Antimonium crudum in combination with other remedies
For cases of infected dermatoses , the treatment based on Antimonium crudum can be combined with the remedy Hepar sulfuris calcareum . When it comes to warts , Antimonium crudum is combined with the remedy Thuja occidentalis .
Therapeutic indications of Antimonium crudum
Antimonium crudum is used in gastroenterology to treat:
- Belching that tastes like ingested food
- Dyspepsia accompanied by a feeling of gastric fullness
- Traveler's diarrhea
In dermatology, Antimonium crudum is prescribed for:
- Impetigo, oozing dermatoses and infected eczema
- Horny and hard warts, as well as plantar warts
Homeopathic medicines Antimonium crudum granules tubes or globules doses can be used in various symptoms, so it is not possible to determine the indications and dose of a specific preparation.
The homeopathic physician chooses the appropriate medicine, the appropriate dilution and dosage for the patient's state of health and characteristic symptoms.
Advice for use and instructions for use Homeopathy Antimonium crudum
Dosage and administration of Antimonium crudum
For gastroenterological disorders, Antimonium crudum is prescribed in 5CH, 7CH or 9CH , to be taken twice a day until symptoms disappear.
In dermatology, Antimonium crudum is prescribed in 9CH, to be taken morning and evening for a week.
For the treatment of warts, Antimonium crudum is prescribed in 9CH, to be taken twice a day for three months.
Recommendations for taking Antimonium crudum
- Remove the tab, invert the tube and gently pull the cap.
- Twist the antimonium crudum tube to drop the desired number of granules into the cap and then place the granules under the tongue.
- Granules and doses of antimonium crudum should be allowed to melt under the tongue. For infants, these forms can be dissolved in a little water.
- It is advisable not to touch the Antimonium crudum granules or the homeopathic globules with your fingers.
- Do not take astringent substances within half an hour before taking homeopathic medicines such as coffee, tobacco, camphor, mint and chamomile.
- Use toothpaste without mint (such as Homéodent Boiron, toothpaste compatible with taking homeopathic granules).
- This homeopathic remedy should be taken away from meals, tobacco, coffee and mint.
Packaging of Antimonium crudum and capacity
Translucent tube of Antimonium crudum granules (allows you to see the remaining granules).
Each tube color corresponds to a dilution
yellow 4CH green 5CH red 7CH blue 9 CH water green 12CH orange 15CH purple 30CH
Weight 4g. About 80 pellets.
Precaution for use with the tube of homeopathy in Antimonium Crudum granules
Contains sucrose. Store homeopathic medicines away from light, heat, humidity and any source of emanation and perfumes.
Give homeopathic granules of Antimonium crudum to babies and children
For granules or alcoholic drops dissolve them in 100ml of water. The granules being very long to dissolve, it is necessary to prepare your mixture in advance.
Homeopathy and pregnancy
Homeopathic medicines have no chemical toxicity, contraindications, interactions with other medicines, or adverse effects related to the quantity of product ingested. Pregnant women can be treated without known risk for them and their future child. , but it is better to seek advice.
Frequency of use of homeopathy
In acute conditions, it is advisable to take homeopathic remedies of Antimonium crudum every hour until the symptoms improve. Therefore, it is necessary to space out the doses, 3 or 4 times a day, then to stop gradually.
In chronic conditions, remedies in low dilution (> 9CH) are taken 1 to 2 times a day, basic remedies are taken once a week, or even once a month. This decision is up to the homeopath.
What to do if there is no improvement within 24 hours
Some pathologies cannot be treated in homeopathy by simple self-medication. Their seriousness requires medical advice that can be issued by a homeopathic doctor. This doctor will judge whether your condition can be cured by homeopathy alone or whether your treatment must be supplemented by allopathy.