Natural Medicine and Homeopathy Shop
Brookvale, Sydney, NSW (02) 99059415
Our shop is a treasure trove of carefully selected products and books on Natural Medicine and Homeopathy. Order on-line or drop-in to the clinic for professional advice. RETURNS AND REFUNDS: Return your unused goods within 30 days with your receipt and you are eligible for a refund. Please read the full policy before purchase. SHIPPING: Our shipping costs are Standard Australia Post Fees and are carrier calculated according to weight. DISCLAIMER: In any chronic illness, the advice of your healthcare professional should always be sought. You are encouraged to begin an open dialogue between your homeopath and your doctor to ensure that you are receiving the best care possible.
Lymphomyosot (Heel) - Practitioner Only
This is a practitioner only product. When giving your practitioner’s name and email at checkout you are confirming that you have been prescribed this product by your practitioner. Your purchase will be shipped once we have verified the details. If you do not have a practitioner then you may have a short complimentary phone consultation with us to make sure if this product is suitable for you. Please contact us 02 99059415 for a short complimentary consultation, with one of our practitioners: Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm and Sat 9am to 3pm. All the practitioners at the Harbord Homeopathic Clinic at 110/20 Dale St Brookvale NSW 2100 are registered with a professional association. The consult is only required once.Lymphomyosot assists in maintenance of a healthy immune & lymphatic system:
- Maintaining peripheral circulation
- Promoting natural detoxification and elimination
The lymphatic system consists of lymphoid tissue and a network of vessels that carry the clear fluid called lymph. Lymphoid tissue is found in many organs, particularly the lymph nodes, and in the lymphoid follicles associated with the digestive system such as the tonsils. The system also includes all the structures dedicated to the circulation and production of lymphocytes, which includes the spleen, thymus, bone marrow and the lymphoid tissue associated with the digestive system.
The functions of the lymphatic system can be divided into primary roles:
- Fluid Balance
- Transportation of Nutrients
- Diseases and other problems of the lymphatic system can cause oedema and other symptoms of fluid balance. Problems with this system can compromise the body's immunity.
The purpose of lymph nodes is to protect the body from "foreign" invaders. These invaders may be bacteria, viruses, or other harmful substances.
In children, the immune system is actively developing and as such may need to mount a defense more often than in adults, who have been exposed to many infections and have mature immune systems. Lymph glands swell due to congestion with lymph, immune cells and cellular debris. Lymph node swelling may or may not cause pain.
Common causes of swollen glands in children include:
- Colds & influenza
- Throat infections, such as "tonsillitis”
Why you should use Lymphomyosot:
- Wide range of therapeutic applications (acute and long term support)
- Suitable for long-term therapy and well-tolerated
- Maintain healthy immune system
- Promoting natural detoxification
- Assisting resolution of fluid retention
Geranium4x, Nasturtium 4x, Ferrum iod 12x, Myosotis 3x, Scrophularia 3x, Teucrium 3x, Veronica 3x, Equisetum 4x, Fumaria 4x, Natrum sulph 4x, Pinus 4x, Gentiana 5x, Aranea diadema 6x, Sarsaparilla 6x, Calc phos 12x, Levothyroxine 12x. Contains ethyl alcohol 35% by volume.
Side effects - None known
Interactions with other medication - None known
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Eiber, Klein, Weiser Adjuvant Homeopathic Treatment Enhances the Effects of Conventional Therapy reprint translated from Der Allgemeinarzt, 2003;25(8):610-4.
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