The Rocal compound aesculus ointment is a homeopathic medicine traditionally used in the local treatment of hemorrhoidal crisis.
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Aesculus Compound Homeopathic Ointment Rocal LEHNING
AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM TM
HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANA TM
VIBURNUM PRUNIFOLIUM TM
HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS TM
Available in 20 g ointment tube
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Indications and Dosage of Aesculus Compound
The homeopathic medicines Aesculus compound can be used in various symptoms, so it is not possible to determine the indications and the dose of a specific preparation.
Hemorrhoidal attacks are manifested by painful and very sensitive balls, which sometimes bleed and can itch.
The ointment Aesculus compound allows them to be relieved ... on condition of combining it with a venotonic treatment by oral route (for example Aesculus hippocastanum mother tincture) and hygienic rules (sport, do not eat spicy, treat possible constipation) .
Conditioning of the ointment of Aesculus compound and capacity
Pharmaceutical form :
Ointment: 20 g tube
Aesculus hippocastanum TM 3 g
Hamamelis virginiana TM 3 g
Hydrastis canadensis TM 1.5 g
Viburnum prunifolium TM 1.5 g
Vaseline qs 100 g
Date of Marketing Authorization: July 1973
Precaution for use with Aesculus compound
Put 1 dab of ointment morning and evening after local cleansing.
Extend the treatment a few days after the symptoms have completely disappeared.
Dosage: dermal route. Your pharmacist recommends 1 to 3 applications per day for 5 to 7 days. In case of acute attack, you can combine the ointment aesculus compound Boiron with suppositories more with a veinotonic. If symptoms persist and / or worsen beyond, consult a doctor.
What to do if there is no improvement within 24 hours
Certain pathologies cannot be treated in homeopathy by simple self-medication. Their seriousness requires medical advice which can be delivered by a homeopathic doctor.
Pain, anal bleeding that persists despite treatment may be due to a disease other than hemorrhoids and requires medical advice. Likewise, any anal bleeding occurring in a person over 50 years old must be the subject of a medical consultation.