Can homeopathic medicines lower cholesterol levels

Globules for lowering cholesterol

Applied globules to lower cholesterol

Depending on the individual situation of the person affected, potential triggers and localizations, a description of the symptoms, influencing factors, side effects, further information as well as the recommended remedies including potency and dosage can be taken from the following table. The remedy should always be chosen whose remedy best matches the personal circumstances.

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Information on election complaints

According to the information of classical homeopathy, which of the following is decisive for the choice of the right remedy Expressions best describe the complaints of the person affected. The more points of an expression apply to the person concerned, the safer the choice of the drug listed below it.

Increased cholesterol and liver values

Side effects are a whitish coated tongue and a feeling of fullness. The affected person has high uric acid levels and sharp joint pain. The symptoms can be triggered by the kidneys or the liver.

Improvement:

Deterioration:

Applied means:

Adlumia fungosa

Potency: D12

Dosage: 5 globules, 3 times a day

High cholesterol

Side effects are gas and constipation. The affected person feels tired after eating. The symptoms can be triggered by the kidneys or the liver.

Improvement:

Deterioration:

Applied means:

Sodium choleinicum

Potency: D12

Dosage: 5 globules, 3 times a day

Note:

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High cholesterol

Side effects are bad breath and unpleasant body odor. The affected person sweats at night and is prone to blemished skin. Other side effects are flatulence and a feeling of heat, especially on the feet. In addition, cravings (around 11 a.m.) and a strong craving for sweets and alcohol, which is also indulged, can occur. Possible triggers are obesity or a metabolic disorder.

Improvement:

By cooling down.

Deterioration:

In the morning, in the late morning and in the evening, in warmth and heat.

Applied means:

Sulfur

Potency: D12

Dosage: 5 globules, 3 times a day

Increased cholesterol and fat metabolism values

Concomitant symptoms are belching and nausea as well as frequent burning below the right costal arch. Triggers can be liver, bile or a lipid metabolism disorder.

Improvement:

Through rest.

Deterioration:

By shock.

Applied means:

Cholesterinum

Potency: D12

Dosage: 5 globules, 3 times a day

High cholesterol

Side effects are muscle weakness and pain even with the slightest effort. In addition, flatulence, heartburn and “sour belching” can occur. The affected person feels weak and bruised and feels like sore muscles. A possible trigger is a lipid metabolism disorder [2] [3].

Improvement:

Through rest.

Deterioration:

Through movement and touch.

Applied means:

Acidum sarcolacticum

Potency: D12

Dosage: 5 globules, 3 times a day

Note:

Hypercholesterolemia is a so-called "silent" disease. This means that it usually goes unnoticed and is usually discovered through routine examinations. Possible signs are xanthomas (yellowish to brownish fat deposits in the skin) and the arcus lipoides cornae, a narrow, grayish-white opacity ring of the cornea. In 50% of the cases, however, these symptoms also occur in people without lipid metabolism disorders, so that they are considered unspecific. More often, the fats are deposited in the vessels and atherosclerosis develops. The consequence is an increasing insufficient supply of the downstream organs with oxygen-containing blood. This is why hypercholesterolemia is one of the risk factors for CHD (coronary artery disease), myocardial infarction, PAOD (peripheral arterial occlusive disease) and cerebrovascular insult (insufficient supply of the brain with oxygen). [4] Complex remedies are generally not recommended, as homeopathic treatment is very individual and the appropriate remedy should be carefully selected. It is also advisable to visit doctors with the additional designation "homeopathy", as these, unlike alternative practitioners, are licensed doctors and can react accordingly in emergency situations.


References:

  1. H.-W. Baenkler et al .: Short textbook internal medicine, Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Pp. 382-384
  2. Dr. med. Markus Wiesenauer: Homeopathy Quickfinder. Gräfe and Unzer Verlag GmbH, Epub, Pp. 794-797
  3. Renz-Polster / Krautzig: basic textbook internal medicine. Elsevier GmbH Urban &, Fischer Verlag Munich, Pp. 781-782
  4. Homeopathy "Lipid metabolism disorder - increased blood lipid levels - cholesterol in homeopathy" 13:20, http://www.homoeopathie-homoeopathisch.de/homoeopathie-rezepte/fettstoffwechselstoerung---erhoehte-blutfettwerte---cholesterol.shtml

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