Inflammatory signs on the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, and the upper respiratory tracts, caused by allergies (hay fever). Note: Principally, allergic diseases with strong or increasing swelling of the upper respiratory tract, with or without difficulty in breathing, and a feeling of constriction or the occurrence of generalized allergic symptoms necessitate emergency treatment by a physician.
Mode of action
With different action focus, they influence the symptoms that occur as a result of an allergic reaction on the mucous membranes in the area of the head as well as in the respiratory tract.
Histaminum hydrochloricum: Allergic symptoms such as itching and sensation of heat in the eyelids, redness of the conjunctiva, blockage of both nostrils and itching sensations. Feeling of constriction with breathing difficulties, dry cough, tickling in the throat.
Luffa operculata: Histiotropic relation to the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract; allergic rhinitis with clear or whitish discharge, especially in the morning, burning and itching in the nose, sneezing spells, hypersensitivity to scents of flowers and perfumes.
Silicea: Organo- and histiotropic effect on the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and on the lymphatic system. Tendency to asthmatic complaints, tickling and irritation in the throat causing slight coughing.