- ENGYSTOL N
- EUPHORBIUM COMPOSITUM
- HORMEEL S
- NECTADYN COUGH SYRUP
- NUX VOMICA-HOMACCORD
- TRAUMEEL S
- VIBURCOL SUPPOSITORIES
- VINCEEL MOUTH AND THROAT SPRAY
- ZEEL T
|Proprietary name and dosage form:||
|Composition:||Each suppository contains:Chamomilla recutita D1 1,1 mg; Atropa belladonna D2 1,1 mgPlantago major D 3 1,1 mg; Pulsatilla pratensis D2 2,2 mg; Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni D8 4,4 mg.|
|Indications:||This medicine is prepared in accordance with homeopathic principles and is proposed for use in infants and children in conditions of restlessness with or without fever; symptomatic treatment of common infections.|
|Contraindications:||Hypersensitivity to Chamomilla or botanicals of the daisy (compositae) family.|
|Interactions:||No interactions studies have been performed.|
|Pregnancy and lactation:||If you are pregnant or breast feeding your baby please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice before taking this medicine.|
|Dosage and directions for use:||Remove suppository from plastic foil.
In acute disorders, insert one suppository rectally and repeat on several occasions; after alleviation of symptoms, insert one suppository 2-3 times daily.
For infants (from the first day of life) up to six months of age, do not use more than one suppository twice daily.Always tell your health care professional if you are taking any other medicine. In the event of over dosage, consult your doctor or pharmacist. If neither is available, contact the nearest poison control centre.
|Side Effects and Special Precautions:||Side Effects
Allergic skin reactions may occur in rare cases.
None known.Not all side effects reported for this medicine are included in this leaflet. Should your general health worsen or if you experience untoward effects while taking this medicine, please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice.
|Registration number:||To be allocated by Council.|
|Disclaimer:||This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.|
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