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Weleda Echinacea/Viscum Comp. Gel, 30g
The aim of the final composition was to help the organism to heal itself, thereby allowing the body, soul and spirit to recover.
Skin Care, Weleda, Healing
What exactly was it about WALA medicines that elicited such enthusiasm among doctors as far back as 1935? Without a doubt, it was the rhythmic manufacturing process used to prepare the medicinal herbs. Of equal importance is the fact that each individual product is carefully composed of natural substances. WALA medicines were developed by a committed group of doctors – initially led by Dr. med. Ita Wegman, and later by Dr. med. Margarethe Hauschka. Given their involvement in anthroposophy, they took a different approach to that of conventional medicine: the aim of the final composition was to help the organism to heal itself, thereby allowing the body, soul and spirit to recover. Studies have confirmed the intrinsic value of this approach and the effectiveness of anthroposophic medicine.
Today, over 110 million people in Europe put their trust in complementary medicine. Today, the WALA range of medicines contains some 900 different remedies for both acute and chronic ailments, including many self-medication products, for example stomach and bowel remedies, eye and ear drops, remedies for colds and flu, medication for injuries and much more besides.
10 g contain:
Argentum metallicum Dil. D10 0.1 g
Calendula officinalis e floribus LA 20% 1.0 g (HAB, Vs. 12c)
Cuprum aceticum Dil. D6 aquos. 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 5b)
Cutis feti bovis Gl Dil. D4 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 41b)
Echinacea pallida ex herba LA 20% 2.5 g (HAB, Vs. 12c)
Funiculus umbilicalis bovis Gl Dil. D4 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 41b)
Placenta bovis Gl Dil. D4 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 41b)
Rosemary aetheroleum 0.03 g
Terebinthina laricina 0.02 g
Viscum album (Mali) e planta tota ferm 34i Dil. D2 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 34i)
Excipients: Glycerol, sodium alginate, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, aqueous colloids
Silica solution prepared with citric acid monohydrate, thyme oil, purified water.
Unless otherwise prescribed, apply gel 1 to 2 times daily with the epidermis intact; Apply to skin-deficient gel back pain and cover with bandage.
The treatment of acute illness should be completed after 2 weeks. If no improvement occurs within 2-5 days, consult a doctor. The duration of treatment of chronic diseases requires consultation with the doctor.
Very rarely, hypersensitivity reactions may occur. Rash, itching, rarely facial swelling, dyspnoea, dizziness, and hypotension have been reported for medicines containing coneflower preparations.
In these cases you should stop taking the medicine and see your doctor.