Allen A66 Lung Infection Drops (30ml)
Indication of Allen A66 Lung Infection Drops
A66 Lung Infections is indicated for inflammation of the lungs, pneumonia, irritation and inflammation of the pleura, pleural effusion, coughing, sputum production, pleuritic chest pain, shaking chills, shortness of breath, rapid shallow breathing and fever. Helps in Pneumonia treatment.
Composition of Allen A66 Lung Infection Drops
Aconitum Napelles 3x
Bryonia Alba 3x
Ferrum Phosphoricum 3x
Kali Carbonicum 3x
Kali Muriaticum 3x
Lycopodium Clavatum 3x
Rhus Toxicodendron 3x
Sangunaria Canadensis 3x
Chelidonium Majus 3x
Antimonium Tartatricum 3x in aqua destillata
Dosage of Allen A66 Lung Infection Drops
Take 10 - 15 drops in half-cup of water, 4 times a day.
Mode of Action:
Aconitum Napelles: Hoarse, dry, whoopy cough, short hacking, on expiration grasps larynx. Short barking, ringing or whistling cough.
Bryonia Alba: Cough - dry, hard, very painful, at night. Sharp, stitching pain in chest.
Ferrum Phosphoricum: For any inflammatory or non-inflammatory states, in its first stage before exudation sets in, with pain, redness, congestion, heat and swelling.
Iodium: Right-sided lung inflammation with high temperature and absence of pain.
Kali Carbonicum: Cough - dry, paroxysmal, loosens, viscid mucus or pus, which must be swallowed. spasmodic, with gagging or vomiting of ingesta. Whole chest is very sensitive. Queer sensation of a lump rolling over and over on coughing, rising from right side of abdomen to throat, and back again. Hydrothorax.
Kali Muriaticum: Breathlessness with gastric derangements, mucus white and hard to cough up. Loud, gastric cough, short, acute and spasmodic; expectoration thick white.
Lycopodium Clavatum: Neglected lunf affection with great dyspnoea. Presence of mucous rales. Nocturnal cough, tickling as from sulphur fumes. Expectoration gray, thick, bloody, purulent and salty.
Rhus Toxicodendron: Lung infection with oppression of chest, cannot get breath with sticking pains.
Sulphur: Respiration difficult. Oppression as of a load on chest.
Chelidonium Majus: Great fermentation and accumulation of gas with nausea, vomiting and bitter taste in mouth. Sharp lancinating pains. Stools clay coloured, yellow, hard, round, with itching of the anus. Alternate diarrhoea and constipation.
Sanguinaria Canadensis: Valvular disease with lung disease. Hydrothorax. Tickling behind sternum produces hacking cough, worse at night on lying down.
Antimonium Tartaricum:Cough followed, by vomiting or sleep. Coughing and gasping consecutively. Cough excited by eating, with pain in chest and larynx.