UNDA 45 Homeopathic Preparation - KIDNEY LITHIASIS AND INFLAMMATION
It is indicated for secondary infections, kidney stones, inflammation of the urinary tract, and nephritic colic. Unda 45 has an action on the urinary system.
Each Drop Contains:
- Equisetum arvense (Common horsetail) Stem - 5X
- Millefolium (Yarrow) Whole Plant - 5X
- Saxifraga granulata Aerial Parts - 5X
- Dulcamara (Bittersweet) Stem and Leaf - 5X
- Uva-ursi (Bearberry) Leaf - 5X
- Argentum metallicum (Silver) - 12X
- Stannum metallicum (Tin) - 12X
UNDA Numbered Compounds are unique remedies synergistically formulated with plant constituents that target and carry potentized metals to specific organs where enzymatic and metabolic functions are carried out on a cellular level helping to facilitate the drainage of toxins.
UNDA Numbered Compounds are the only complex remedies of their type, formulated with both plants and metals, acting on organotropic and energetic sensitivity levels respectively. Each remedy has its own fingerprint and is combined synergistically based on the integrated principles and theories of anthroposophy, oligotherapy, botany, Traditional Chinese Medicine and homeopathy. UNDA Numbered Compounds are key in Biotherapeutic Drainage as they work on a physiological and terrain level, making them an excellent addition to practitioners prevention and treatment armamentarium.
Adults and Children (12 years and older): Take 10 to 30 drops one to three times daily, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Children (6-11 years): Take 5 to 15 drops one to three times daily, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Children (1-5 years): Take 5 to 10 drops one to three times daily, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Infants (0-11 months): Take 1 to 5 drops one to three times daily, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Acute Dosing: Follow the above age recommended drop amounts and take every 15 to 60 minutes (up to 12 times per day) or until symptoms improve, then resume general dosing.
Made in Belgium.