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Passiflora incarnata 9C 15C 30C 7C Dose homeopathy Boiron
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Purple passionflower 7CH 9CH 15CH 30CH single dose homeopathy Boiron
PASSIFLORA INCARNATA 7 CH-dose
Registered Drug: EH00838
Joined to the pharmacopoeia
30% reimbursable by Social Security
Retail price TTC: € 1.83
CIP Code: 0562169
CNAM Code: 7056216900018300
Indications and Dosage
The homeopath chooses the appropriate drug dilution and dosage appropriate to the patient's health status and characteristic symptoms.
Homeopathic medicines single dose can be used in various symptoms, so it is not possible to determine the indications and dosage of a specific preparation.
Directions for use and instructions
Remove the tongue overthrow the purple passionflower single-dose tube and gently pull the cap.
Remove all granules of the dose under the tongue.
It is advisable not to touch the fingers homeopathic granules.
The globules of single-dose tubes are absorbed at once by letting them dissolve slowly under the tongue.
Without single dose purple passionflower, take 10 granules in the same dilution.
It is recommended to use toothpaste without mint (type Homéodent Boiron).
Packaging and content
Tube mono dose translucent purple passionflower (visualization of the remaining granules).
To each tube of color corresponds dilution
4CH 5CH red yellow green blue 7CH 9 green water CH 12CH 15CH orange purple 30c
Precaution of use
Keep homeopathic single dose purple passionflower away from light, heat, moisture and any source of perfumes.
Leave homeopathic granules single dose for infants and children
For single dose or purple passionflower alcoholic drops dissolve in 100 ml of water.
The granules are very slow to dissolve, it is necessary to prepare in advance your mix.
Homeopathy and Pregnancy
Homeopathic medicines in single dose purple passionflower have no chemical toxicity or against indication or interaction with other medications or adverse effects related to the amount of ingested product.
Pregnant women can heal without known risk for them and their future child, but it is best to seek advice from your pharmacist or homeopathic doctor in case of doubt.
Frequency of use of homeopathy
In acute conditions, it is advisable to take homeopathic remedies purple passionflower single dose every hour until symptoms improve. Therefore, space the taken 3 or 4 times a day, then gradually stop.
In chronic conditions, the low dilution remedies (> to 9CH) are taken 1-2 times a day, the substantive remedies in single dose purple passionflower are taken 1 time per week or 1 time per month. This decision belongs to your homeopath.
What to do if there is no improvement within 24 hours
Some diseases can not be treated by homeopathy simply by self-medication. Severity requires medical advice can be delivered by a homeopathic doctor. The medical doctor will judge whether your condition can only be treated by homeopathy or if your treatment should be supplemented with allopathy.
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