Dr Bakshi Baksons B56 Thyrotoxic Drops
The term thyrotoxicosis refers to the hypermetabolic clinical syndrome resulting from serum elevations in thyroid hormone levels, specifically free thyroxine (T4) and/or triiodothyronine (T3). Increased values of T3 and T4. Symptoms giving an idea about this condition are: anxiety,?heat intolerance, hair loss, Trembling of hands, Perspiration, exophthalmos, emaciation, Diarrhea.
Indication of B56 Thyrotoxic Drops
Trembling of hands, Shortness of breath.
Other Indications of B56 Thyrotoxic Drops
- Eye complaints with protrusion, lax muscle fibres.
- Emaciation with weight loss
Action of Ingredients used in B56 Thyrotoxic Drops
Atropinum 30x:?Helps in proper functioning of thyroid. Dysphagia; swallowing causes paroxysms of suffocation Hekla lava 12x:?Glandular swelling with hardness. lodium 30x:???Rapid emaciation not withstanding a good appetite. Great debility. Slightest exertion produces perspiration. Spongia 12x:?Inflammation and glandular enlargement, especially of thyroid. Swelling becomes hard, Indurated. Bromium 12x:?Swelling, induration and stony hardness of thyroid gland. Tendency to infiltrate glands, become enlarged, hard but seldom suppurate. Nat Mur 3x:??Emaciation most notable in neck. Great liability to take cold. Excessive sweating with weight loss.
Dosage og B56 Thyrotoxic Drops
10-15 drops should be diluted in water and taken 3 times a day.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic products have several uses and should be taken on the basis of symptom similarity. Results may vary depending upon the conditions.