Headache & Migraine
Also known as
About Aconitum Pentarkan
Effectively controls common cold and associated symptoms
- Controls complaints due to exposure to cold weather, or change of weather
- Relieves fever with restlessness and shivering
- Effectively controls headache with heaviness of eyelids, musc
Composition of Aconitum Pentarkan
Each tablet of 250 mg contains:
Aconitum napellus 3x 25 mg: Mucous membrane dry, nose stopped up; dry or with but scanty watery coryza.
Belladonna 3x 25 mg: Pain, fullness, especially in forehead, also occiput, and temples. Boring of head into pillow; drawn backward and rolls from side to side. Pain worse light, noise, jar, lying down and in afternoon.
Bryonia alba 3x 25 mg: Dryness, sticking on swallowing, scraped and constricted. Tough mucus in larynx and trachea, loosened only after much hawking; worse coming into warm room.
Ferrum phosphoricum 2x 25 mg: First stage of colds in the head. Predisposition to colds. Congestions of lungs. Hemoptysis. Short, painful tickling cough. Croup. Hard, dry cough, with sore chest.
Gelsemium sempervirens 3x 25 mg: Sneezing; fullness at root of nose. Watery, excoriating discharge. Acute coryza, with dull headache and fever.
Direction of use of Aconitum Pentarkan
Dosage: Unless otherwise prescribed by the physician, at the beginning of the complaints, take 1 to 2 tablets hourly, and once the acute complaints start to subside, take 1-2 tablets thrice daily. Children are to receive 1 tablet every two hours in the acute stage, then 1 tablet thrice daily. If complaints are not relieved, consult a specialist.
Side effects: No side effects of Aconite Pentarkan [WSI] are known.
Contra-indications: No contra-indications for the use of Aconite Pentarkan [WSI] are known.
Interactions: No interactions between Aconite Pentarkan [WSI] and other products are known.