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Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician


Safety Information:

  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
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Additional information about Abrotanum

The Kind Of Patients Best Respond To The Action Of Abrotanum

  • It is best suited to the complaints of newborn children especially boys. These include:-
  • Hydrocele
  • Epistaxis with a dry nose
  • Oozing of blood and/ or moisture from the navel of newborn
  • Worms especially ascarides
  • Marasmus with emaciation of especially the lower extremities despite a good appetite.
  • The other generalities often found in a patient who responds well to Abrotanum are:-
  • Very cross, irritable and depressed mentally who has no humanity and likes to do something cruel.
  • The child cannot hold up his head and gets tired from the least mental effort such as from even having a conversation. There is difficulty in thinking and comprehension.
  • The patient feels weak and sore all over along with inability to move.
  • The patient has a good appetite with particular desire to have bread boiled in milk.
  • Face is wrinkled, pale and old looking with blue rings around the eyes
  • Skin is flabby and appears to hang loosely
  • There are comedones with emaciation
  • Distended veins on forehead


  • A very useful remedy in marasmus, especially of lower extremities only, yet with good appetite. Metastasis. Rheumatism following checked diarrhœa. Ill effects of suppressed conditions especially in gouty subjects. Tuberculous peritonitis. Exudative pleurisy and other exudative processes. After operation upon the chest for hydrothorax or empyæmia, a pressing sensation remains. Aggravation of hæmorrhoids when rheumatism improves. Nosebleed and hydrocele in boys.
  • Great weakness after influenza (Kali phos).
  • Mind-Cross, irritable, anxious, depressed.
  • Face-Wrinkled, cold, dry, pale. Blue rings around dull-looking eyes. Comedones, with emaciation. Nosebleed. Angioma of the face.
  • Stomach-Slimy taste. Appetite good, but emaciation progresses. Food passes undigested. Pain in stomach; worse at night; cutting, gnawing pain. Stomach feels as if swimming in water; feels cold. Gnawing hunger and whining. Indigestion, with vomiting of large quantities of offensive fluid.
  • Abdomen-Hard lumps in abdomen. Distended. Alternate diarrhœa and constipation. Hæmorrhoids; frequent urging; bloody stools; worse as rheumatic pains abate. Ascarides. Oozing from umbilicus. Sensation as if bowels were sinking down.
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