Structural and functional dysfunctions of the liver and gallbladder; hepatopathy; cholecystitis, biliary calculi, anomalies of biliary secretion; bitter taste in the mouth; hepatitis; abdominal swelling; premature satiety, post-prandial fatigue, lack of appetite; flatulence, constipation; irritation; hypochondria.
Mode of action
Carduus marianus: Pain in the liver, marked when lying on the left side; jaundice; biliary calculi, cholangitis; acute hepatitis.
Chelidonium: Swelling of the liver with the sensation of pressure on the liver and biliary vessels, with extension to the right shoulder blade; right upper quadrant pain; cholagogue.
China: Meteorism, bloating, and distension of the abdomen, flatulent colic; gallbladder disease, gallbladder colic; hepatitis, hepatomegaly.v
Cholesterinum: Chronic enlargement of the liver, jaundice, and formation of gallstones; prevents the recurrence of gallstones.
Colocynthis: Cramp-like abdominal pain; pain is relieved by strong pressure on abdomen, and by bending double; gallbladder colic, cholecystitis.
Lycopodium clavatum: Meteorism and flatulence; bitter taste in the mouth; constipation; increased appetite, but early satiety; irritability.
Nux vomica: Hypochondria; hepatic constriction and congestion; nausea; jaundice; gastrointestinal dyspep-sia; constipation, hemorrhoids; abuse of all stimulants (i.e. tobacco, alcohol, etc.).
Remedies to be considered
Inflammatory conditions of the liver and biliary vessels: R1 additionally
Simultaneous gastric condition (gastritis, ulcers); administer R5 in alternation, and in addition to R7, BC-25
Ulcers: administer 5-10 drops of R5 3 times daily before meals, and 5-10 drops of R7 2-4 times daily between meals, BC-25
Hemorrhoids: R13 additionally, BC-17
Bilious colic and gastric spasms: R37 or R37 JUNIOR (in alternation with R7), BC-3
Hypoglycemic symptoms: BIO 86
For digestive enzymatic aid: BIO 92
Indigestion caused by sluggish liver and gallbladder: R192
As a drainage remedy, 5-10 drops 3 times daily. Duration of treatment is typically 6 weeks, but symptoms should be monitored so that it may be adjusted accordingly.
Important to consider in the treatment of digestive disorders, skin problems, chemotherapy patients, patients on heavy meds, toxic load, allergies.
Adults and children (ages 12 and up) 10-15 drops 1-3 times daily; acute cases: 10-15 drops 3-6 times daily in a little water or undiluted, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Cautions and warnings
Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Control of liver parameters if used longer than 4 weeks.
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use if you are hypersensitive to quinine.
Known adverse reactions
May cause liver disorder in some people. Consult a health care practitioner immediately if you develop any of the following symptoms: nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite combined with itching, yellowing of the skin or eyes, dark urine.
For more information, please consult your healthcare practitioner.