Dr. Reckeweg R20
R20 | Glandular dysfunctions – women
To support, stimulate, and regulate glandular secretions. Endocrine dysfunction; growth disturbances; obesity or weight reduction due to pituitary dysfunction; hyperthyroidism, goitre, Graves’ disease; hypothyroidism (myxedema); Addison’s disease.
The individual remedies have been derived and potentized from fetal tissue. In the homeopathic process of dilution and potentization, the actual physical stimulus is decreased. This however, results in a paradoxical effect upon the action of the remedy in homeopathic dose, in comparison to its action in crude dose. This is known as the Arndt-Schultz principle, which states that small or medium stimulus (ie. homeopathically diluted) enhance and normalize function and growth, while strong stimulus (ie. crude dose) impede or destroy activity. Utilizing this principle it is possible to influence endocrine dysfunctions that are otherwise extremely difficult to treat.
Indicated during menopause, after pregnancy.
Used in the treatment of menstrual irregularities, including PMS: 5-10 drops 3 times daily for the last 2 weeks of cycle, or same dosage for 3 consecutive months.
May be administered during pregnancy, i.e. thyroid dysfunction, hormonal imbalances.
Considered as a tonic during adolescence; i.e. late menses, acne, weight gain.
Decreased libido due to glandular dysfunction.
Sus scrofa D12 (adrenal gland) 1 g, Sus scrofa D12 (ovary) 1 g, Sus scrofa D12 (pancreas) 1 g, Sus scrofa D12 (pituitary gland) 1 g, Sus scrofa D12 (thymus gland) 1 g, Sus scrofa D12 (thyroid gland) 1 g.
Ethanol, purified water
Adults and children (ages 12 and up) 5-10 drops 1-3 times daily in a little water or undiluted, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Organotherapy remedy to be used on the advice of a healthcare practitioner.
Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
Consult a healthcare practitioner before use in thyroid conditions.
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding unless directed by a healthcare practitioner.