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ANGIPAX: orodispersible tablet; box of 40.
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| p cp |
| Apis mellifica 4 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Belladonna 4 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Mercurius corrosivus 8 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Mercurius solubilis 8 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Phytolacca will decend 4 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Pulsatilla vulgaris 4 DH || 12.5 mg |
| Lactose || + |
This medicine is a complex
(association) of homeopathic components.
It is traditionally used in the homeopathic treatment
of sore throat (irritation, inflammation, fever).
If there is no improvement after 2 days, consult your doctor. In case of bacterial angina, antibiotic
treatment is necessary to avoid further complications, cardiac or renal.
Do not use this medicine in children under 3 years of age or in case of otitis without medical advice.
At homeopathic dilutions
, the substances contained in this drug are not known to be toxic during pregnancy or breastfeeding. However, do not use without the advice of your doctor or pharmacist.
This medication is best taken outside of meals, repeating every 3 to 6 hours.
Melt the tablet under the tongue. For children under 6, it is recommended to dissolve the tablet in half a glass of water.
- Adult: 2 tablets, 2 to 4 times a day.
- Child over 3 years old: 1 tablet, 2 to 4 times a day.
Catches should be spaced as soon as symptoms improve.
The duration of treatment should not exceed 5 days without medical advice.
This medicine may be freely accessible (or direct access) in certain pharmacies; in this case, have your choice validated by your pharmacist. If symptoms persist or worsen, seek medical attention promptly.
Substance capable of blocking the multiplication of certain bacteria or killing them. The spectrum of an antibiotic is the set of bacteria on which this product is usually active. Unlike bacteria, viruses are not susceptible to antibiotics. The first antibiotics were extracted from fungal cultures: penicillium (penicillin), streptomyces (streptomycin). They are currently manufactured by chemical synthesis. Antibiotics are divided into families: penicillins, cephalosporins, macrolides, tetracyclines (cyclins), sulfonamides, aminoglycosides, lincosanides, phenicolates, polymyxins, quinolones, imidazoles, etc.
Inappropriate use of antibiotics can promote resistance: use an antibiotic only on prescription, respect its dosage and duration, do not give and do not advise another person an antibiotic that you have been prescribed . complex
Name given to an association of several homeopathic remedies. In general, the dilutions used are low: from 3 DH (Hahnemannian decimal) to 6 CH (Hahnemannian centesimal). homeopathic dilutions
Dilution of an active substance obeying homeopathic rules. The solution obtained after several successive dilutions contains only a small quantity of the active substance initially present. The properties of a homeopathic remedy are closely related to their dynamization (agitation of the solution between each dilution). Units that express homeopathic dilutions are: DH, CH and K (korsakovian). orodispersible
Describes a tablet that breaks up in the mouth on contact with saliva. It can also be dispersed in a glass of water before ingestion. homeopathic treatment
Treatment based on the administration of highly diluted substances of vegetable, animal or mineral origin. The main principles of homeopathy are the similarity (use of substances producing effects similar to the symptom of the disease), the infinitesimal dilution (the substances used are the subject of multiple dilutions) and the globality (the treatment target does not). is not an organ in particular, but the individual as a whole).