Ambra grisea 5CH 7CH 9CH 12CH 15CH 30CH globules Dose HOMEOPATHY BOIRON

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Ambra grisea 5CH 7CH 9CH 12CH 15CH 30CH globules Dose HOMEOPATHY BOIRON. Remedy generally used to treat hypersensitivity and depression

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Used for : troubles du comportement, hypersensibilité, dépression nerveuse

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Ambra Grisea 5CH 7CH 9CH 12CH 15CH 30CH Monodose Globules Homeopathy Boiron

It is gray amber which is at the origin of this homeopathic remedy.

Gray amber comes from the digestion of sperm whales.

This is the rejection in the form of a solid substance of octopus ink.
Gray amber is most often floating on the oceans or deposited on the coast.
Homeopathy has been successful in isolating many ambergris assets to produce a homeopathic remedy that is widely used.

Ambra grisea is of animal origin, obtained from the dilution of the octopus ink.

Generally used to treat behavioral disorders , the virtues of the remedy Ambra grisea can also cure some physical pathologies.

Presentation of Boiron Ambra Grisea

Origin of Ambra grisea: Ambergris is a totally natural product recovered from the surface of the oceans or beaches. Indeed, ambergris is produced, or rather rejected by sperm whales after digestion.
This is actually octopus ink that takes a solid form after passing the intestinal transit sperm whale.

Properties of Ambra grisea

In homeopathy, ambra grisea is a prescribed remedy against weak states of the elderly. Ambra grisea is also used in case of depression due to personal problems. The people most receptive to this homeopathic remedy are shy and emotional.
Other related areas of action include limb numbness and cramps, constipation, morning migraine.

Indications of Ambra grisea

In which cases to use the Ambra grisea globules?

  • Psychic hypersensitivity
  • Depression

This remedy will be particularly effective in helping nervous children, shy and hypersensitive

Tips for using Ambra grisea and instructions for use

Remove the tab, invert the tube and pull the cap slightly.
Turn the tube to drop the desired number of globules into the cap and then drop the blood cells under the tongue.

It is advisable not to touch the fingers homeopathic globules.

The globules of the dose tubes are absorbed at one time by allowing them to dissolve slowly under the tongue. If there is no dose, take 10 cells of the same dilution.
Do not absorb astringent substances within half an hour before taking homeopathic medicines such as coffee, tobacco, camphor, mint and chamomile.

Use a toothpaste without mint (of the type Homéodent BOIRON).

Packaging of Ambra grisea and capacity

Translucent blood cell dose tube (allows to visualize the remaining globules).
Each tube color corresponds to a dilution
yellow 4CH green 5CH red 7CH blue 9 CH green water 12CH orange 15CH purple 30CH

Weight 1g.

Precaution of use of Ambra grisea


Contains sacchararosis.

Keep homeopathic medicines away from light, heat, moisture and any source of emanation and perfumes.

Give homeopathic globules of Ambra grisea to babies and children

For globules or alcoholic drops dissolve in 100ml of water. The globules are very long to dissolve, it is necessary to prepare in advance your mixture.

Homeopathy and pregnancy

Homeopathic medicines Ambra grisea have no chemical toxicity or against indication or interaction with other drugs or adverse effect related to the amount of product ingested.Pregnant women can treat themselves without known risk for them and their future child, but it is better to ask for advice.

Frequency of use of homeopathy

In acute conditions, it is advisable to take homeopathic remedies Ambra grisea every hour until improvement of symptoms. Therefore, it is necessary to space the catches, 3 or 4 times per day, then to stop progressively.
In chronic conditions, remedies in low dilution (> to 9CH) are taken 1 to 2 times a day, the basic remedies are taken once a week or even once a month. This decision belongs to the homeopath.

Conduct to be held in the absence of improvement with gray Ambra within 24 hours

Certain pathologies can not be treated in homeopathy by simple self-medication. Their severity requires medical advice that can be delivered by a homeopathic doctor. This doctor will judge if your condition can be cured by homeopathy alone or if your treatment needs to be supplemented with allopathy.

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