Rubus Idaeus 125ml - Gemmotherapy
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For Vaginitis, Dysmenorrhea.
If Rubus Idaeus is prescribed accordingly, it can significantly improve or cure conditions such as endocrine dysfunctions, arteriosclerosis, allergies, and neurovegetative imbalances.
It is also indicated for conditions such as chronic inflammation, ulcerations, enterocolitis, hematuria, metrorrhagia, pelvic pain, metritis, vaginitis and dysmenorrhea.
- Atherosclerosis / Arteriosclerosis
- Basic Support for Allergies
- Disturbances of Female Endocrine Glands
- Female Reproductive System Support
- Infertility - Female
- Infertility - Male
- Menorrhagia / Metrorrhagia
- Menstrual Symptoms
- Nausea During Pregnancy
- Neuro-vegetative Disorders
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Pregnancy Support
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
- Strengthening of Uterus
- Support to Prevent Miscarriage
- Uterine Congestion
- Uterine Spasms
Rubus idaeus (European Red Raspberry - Young Shoot) 1 X
Adults: 50 drops (1/2 teaspoon) one to three times daily.
Children under 12: 15 to 25 drops one to three times daily.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding.
125 ml U310
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