Genestra HHR Cardio Drops 1 fl oz (30ml)


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Cardiovascular Support
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Ingredient 1:
Arnica montana
Ingredient 2:
Aurum muriaticum
Ingredient 3:
Cactus grandiflorus

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Genestra HHR Cardio Drops- 1 fl oz (30ml)

• Homeopathic preparation with rabbit heart and botanicals • Organotherapy and homeopathic remedy • Convenient liquid format • Increases patient compliance • HHR Cardio Drops is a homeopathic and organotherapy preparation with heart, multiple botanicals and a mineral in a convenient liquid format that simplifies dosing.

Additional product info: Cactus grandiflorus acts on circular muscular fibers, hence constrictions. It is the heart and arteries especially that at once respond to the influence of Cactus, producing very characteristic constrictions as of an iron band. Arteries and weak heart. Congestions; irregular distribution of blood. Inflammation of diaphragm. Palpitation; pain shooting down left arm. Acts best in the incipiency of cardiac incompetence. Heart weakness. The recommended dose is tincture, to third attenuation. Higher in nervous palpitation (1).

Convallaria majalis is a heart remedy. Increases energy of hearts' action, renders it more regular. Of use when the ventricles are overdistended and dilatation begins, and when there is an absence of compensatory hypertrophy, and when venous stasis is marked. Palpitation from the least exertion. Extremely rapid and irregular pulse. The recommended dose is third attenuation (2).

Valeriana officinalis is used in conditions of hysteria, over-sensitiveness, nervous affections, when apparently well-chosen remedies fail (3).

Veratrum album is one of the best heart stimulants in homeopathic doses. Palpitation with anxiety and rapid audible respiration. Pulse irregular, feeble. Intermittent action of heart in feeble persons. The recommended dose is first to thirtieth potency. In diarrhœa, not below the sixth (4).

Arnica montana acts best in plethoric, feebly in debilitated with impoverished blood, cardiac dropsy with dyspnœa. A muscular tonic. Marked effect on the blood. Affects the venous system inducing stasis. Echymosis and hæmorrhages. Relaxed blood vessels, black and blue spots. Tendency to hæmorrhage and low-fever states. Pain especially severe in elbow of left arm. Stitches in heart. Pulse feeble and irregular. Cardiac dropsy with distressing dyspnœa. Extremities distended, feel bruised and sore. Fatty heart and hypertrophy. The recommended dose is third to thirtieth potency (5).

Digitalis purpurea comes into play where the heart is primarily involved, where the pulse is weak, irregular, intermittent, abnormally slow, and dropsy of external and internal parts. Its greatest indication is in failure of compensation and especially when auricular fibrillation has set in. Slow pulse in recumbent posture, but irregular and dicrotic on sitting up. Auricular flutter and fibrillation especially when subsequent to rheumatic fever. Other symptoms such as great weakness and sinking of strength, faintness, coldness of skin, and irregular respiration; jaundice from induration and hypertrophy of the liver, frequently call for Digitalis. Stimulates the heart's muscles, increases force of systole, increases length. The recommended dose is third to thirtieth attenuation (6).

References: 1 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Cactus grandiflorus monograph. 2 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Convallaria majalis monograph. 3 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Valeriana officinalis monograph. 4 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Veratrum album monograph. 5 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Arnica montana monograph. 6 Boericke, W. Homeopathic Materia Medica. Medi-T. 1927; available at: Digitalis purpurea monograph.



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