Pharmacological and clinical notes
Glandular swelling, scrofulosis, emaciation, irritating chilblains, exudative diathesis.
Pulsatilla (wind flower)
Venous stasis, erythema, sinusitis, cutis marmorata, amenorrhoea, fluor albus.
Calcium fluoratum (calcium fluoride)
Glands nodular and hardened, struma colloides, tumours, skin cracked and chapped.
Petroleum (mineral oil)
Eczema (worsening in winter), chilblains, sudoresis of the feet and armpits.
Agaricus (Amanita muscaria)
Chilblains (irritating), tics, chorea minor, conditions of excitation, brandy nose in dipso maniacs.
Acidum nitricum (nitric acid)
Intertrigo, rhagades (particularly at the body orifices), warts, arthrosis, chilblains, malodorous, secretions.
Varicose veins, varicose eczema, venous stasis, painful inflammation.
As a result of the individual homoeopathic constituents of Abropernol, the following therapeutic possibilities are offered:
Chilblains, other chronic damage resulting from frost, intertrigo, eczema (especially behind the ears, weeping and worsening in winter), erythema exsudativum multiform et nodosum, hyperhidrosis (especially sudoresis of the armpits), hyperkeratosis, pedatrophy (cachectic over-fat children), glandular swelling, chronic catarrh of the mucous membranes, formation of polypi (in addition to Psorinoheel, Barijodeel, Lymphomyosot, Hormeel S, Naso-Heel S etc.), warts (Psorinoheel), additional remedy for bronchiectasis.
The dosage is determined by the illness, the symptoms and the stage of the disorder: 1 tablet dissolved on the tongue 2-4 times daily; for acute disorders: massive initial-dose therapy through several hours, 1 tablet every 15-30 minutes.