Witch hazel - a homeopathic preparation that has a wide list of indications for use. Usually it is prescribed for the control of varicose veins. Under this name, pellets, candles and ointment are produced. The composition is a mono-agent, in which the same plant is based - a perennial shrub that grows to several meters in height.
Homeopathic remedy Witch hazel - testimony
The product is available in several forms. Each of them has its own purpose. For example, granules are shown in the case of:
- varicose veins;
- bleeding in obstetrics and gynecology;
- inflammation of the ovaries;
- the appearance of hemorrhoids.
Ointment is prescribed for:
- prevention and treatment of dermatitis, diathesis, diaper rash, hemorrhoids and couperose;
- calming the irritated bowel;
- acceleration of healing of thermal burn;
- recovery after insect bites.
Candles are used:
- as a component in therapy aimed at combating hemorrhoids;
- preventive measures to prevent problems with the rectum.
Homeopathic remedy Gamamelis - instruction
With varicose veins, a medication in the form of an ointment is applied to the affected area twice a day. The course lasts no more than two weeks. Before re-treatment, you must make a break in one month.
Also, the ointment is used together with napkins for applying applications. They are placed on the affected area two or three times a day.
Candles, as expected, are used rectally. They need to be applied no more than twice a day. After the introduction, the patient must take a horizontal position.
Granules can be used only on the recommendation of a specialist. The number and duration of the course are determined for each person individually.
Homeopathic remedy Witch hazel - side effects
Use of the medication can sometimes lead to temporary worsening of the symptoms. In some cases, acute allergic reactions to individual components of the drug were observed.
During application, it is necessary to pay attention to any uncharacteristic skin change - especially on the rashes. In case of any problems - you need to contact the appropriate specialist. After assessing the problem, only he decides to continue using or canceling.