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Ledum Palustre 5CH, 7CH, 9CH, 15CH, 30CH Granules Homeopathy Boiron, medicine on sale to treat you naturally in approved online pharmacies. 4g granule tube (about 80 granules).
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Ledum Palustre 5CH, 7CH, 9CH, 15CH, 30CH available in our online pharmacy in homeopathic granules from the Boiron laboratory
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Made from the branches of the " Ledon des Marais " shrub, Ledum Palustre is a very effective homeopathic product, used in the treatment of various pathologies. Indeed, thanks to its properties, it can alleviate gout attacks, joint pain and rheumatic pain. Likewise, in the field of traumatology, Ledum Palustre is effective in treating swelling and bruising following blows or shocks. And even, in dermatology, this remedy is effective because it heals wounds during acne breakouts and soothes pain and swelling during insect bites. With a dose of 5 CH to 15 CH, taken alone or with other remedies, with dosages varying according to the symptoms, Ledum Palustre is an effective remedy.
Ledum Palustre - Versatile Homeopathic Remedy
What is Ledum Palustre?
Ledum palustre is a potent homeopathic remedy made from the twigs of the marsh Ledon shrub. Recognized for its therapeutic properties, it is commonly used to treat a wide range of conditions, including attacks of gout, joint and rheumatic pain , bruises and edema caused by shock, as well as dermatological problems such as wounds in the stomach. acne and insect bites .
Relief of joint and rheumatic pains
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties , Ledum Palustre is an effective remedy for reducing joint and rheumatic pain. It helps reduce inflammation and soothe pain, improving the quality of life for people with these disorders.
Traumatology: healing of bruises and swelling
In the field of traumatology, Ledum Palustre proves to be an effective treatment for relieving bruising and swelling resulting from blows or shocks. It promotes the reduction of inflammation and speeds up the healing process, allowing for faster recovery.
Dermatology: healing wounds and relieving insect bites
Ledum Palustre is also used in dermatology to promote the healing of wounds, especially those caused by acne breakouts. Also, it soothes the pain and swelling caused by insect bites, providing immediate relief.
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Dosage and association with other remedies
Ledum Palustre can be taken alone or in combination with other homeopathic remedies. The dosage varies according to the symptoms to be treated, generally ranging from a dose of 5 CH to 15 CH . It is important to consult a healthcare professional to determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of administration for each case.
Recommended dosages in rheumatology with Ledum Palustre
The recommended dosages during treatment with Ledum Palustre vary depending on the pathology. To reduce joint pain , for example, doses (spaced 3 hours between each dose) of 5 granules of Ledum palustre 5 or 7 CH are necessary.
Recommended dosages with Ledum Palustre in traumatology
On the other hand, in the context of traumatology, especially black eye or bruises , it is Ledum palustre 5 CH, at the rate of 5 granules per hour, for 4 days which is the most suitable. To be combined preferably with Arnica Montana 7 CH , at the same dosage as Ledum palustre . On the other hand, to treat cuts by sharp objects, the combination with Pyrogenium 9 CH at the rate of 4 doses of 5 granules is the most appropriate.
Dosages with Ledum Palustre recommended in dermatology
To treat edema during insect bites , the treatment combining Apis mellifica 5 CH and Ledum palustre 5 CH is effective, at the rate of 5 granules per hour (taken spaced out in case of improvement) for 4 days.
On the other hand, taking Ledum Palustre 15 CH , at the rate of 5 granules daily during periods of exposure, can prevent insect bites .
To deal with rosacea pimples, a 3-month treatment of Ledum Palustre 5 CH to be taken morning and evening (5 granules per dose) is effective.
Advice for use and instructions for use
Turn the tube to drop the desired number of granules into the cap and then place the granules under the tongue.
It is advisable not to touch the homeopathic granules with your fingers.
A versatile homeopathic remedy
Ledum Palustre is an effective and versatile homeopathic remedy, capable of treating and relieving various pathologies. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and healing properties , it can significantly improve the quality of life of people suffering from joint and rheumatic pain, trauma or dermatological problems. Nevertheless, it is essential to consult a medical professional before using this remedy in order to determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of administration.
Packaging and content
Translucent pellet tube. Weight 4g. About 80 pellets.
Precaution of use
The homeopathic granules of Ledum Palustre 9CH contain sucrose. Store homeopathic medicines away from light, heat and humidity.
Give homeopathic pellets to babies and children
Ledum Palustre homeopathic granules are to be dissolved 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 Ledum Palustre have no chemical toxicity, no contraindication, no interaction with other medicines, no adverse effects related to the quantity of product ingested.
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.
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