Petadolor Analgesic Formula
Petadolor Analgesic Formula
A homoeopathic medicine for the relief of pain due to neuritis, neuralgia, headaches, toothache, colic, menstrual cramps, as well as muscular pains and spasms.
All kinds of pain, neuralgia after shingles, nerve pain anywhere in the body, headaches, toothache, spasms, colic, cramps, menstrual cramps, pain in the muscles.
Mode of action
- Colocynthis, Aconitum, Cimicifuga and Hypericul: are used for the relief of pain from neuralgia as well as toothache.
- Colocynthis and Petasites: effective in relieving pain from cramps and spasms.
- Colocynthis and Mandragora: are used for the relief of pain from gallbladder and renal colic.
- Mandragora, Bryonia, Cimicifuga, Paris, Conium and Viscum: are effective in the treatment of headaches.
- Bryonia, Cimicifuga and Ruta: counteract joint and muscle pain.
- Passiflora and Viscum: assist in soothing the nervous system.
Adults and children over 12 years:
Take 10 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals. Discontinue once improvement occurs.
Children 6-12 years:
Take 5 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals.
Children 2-6 years:
Take 2 drops on the tongue, or directly under the tongue or in a teaspoon of water 4 times daily 15 minutes before meals.
In acute/severe cases:
Take the relevant number of drops according to your/your child’s age hourly, gradually reducing frequency as improvement occurs, or as directed by your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare provider.
|Ingredient||Homeopathic Clinical Indication*|
|Aconitum napellus D6 (Monkshood)||Sudden, painful conditions triggered by exposure to dry cold air, wind or from shock and fright. Intolerable pains (burning or neuralgic) with restlessness, anxiety and fear worse at night.|
|Bryonia alba D6 (Bryony)||Severe, jarring pain with intolerance of movement. Eased by restricting movement, bracing, or being quiet and still. Typically stitching or tearing type pains or bursting or splitting headaches, pain involving serious membranes e.g. pleura, joints.|
|Cimicifuga racemosa D6 (Black cohosh)||Spasmodic, stiffness and cramping pains of the muscles, neck, back and uterus (triggered by stress or hormones). Neck stiffness and pain causing headaches or migraines. Muscle pain, stiffness, spasm and soreness in fibromyalgia. Spasmodic back pain with sciatica.|
|Citrulus colocynthis D6 (Bitter cucumber)||Colicky, contracting, gripping, spasmodic or neuralgic pains relieved by local heat, hard pressure or bending double. Pain of nerve origin (neuralgias) or pain from the digestive tract often triggered by emotions or anger.|
|Conium maculatum D6 (Hemlock)||Pain involving nerves, muscles and glands (breast, ovary, testes) aggravated by motion and improved by pressure. Neuritis, tearing or stabbing pains with weakness and trembling sensations.|
|Hypericum perforatum Ø (St John’s Wort)||Neuritis, neuralgia and nerve pain or from injuries to nerve rich (sentient) areas of the body. Burning, numbness, shooting pains along nerve distributions. Pain derived from spinal nerves.|
|Mandragora officinarum D6 (Mandrake)||Hypersensitivity to pain and stimuli which is aggravated by movement and cold exposure in a variety of locations including congestive headaches, eye pain, liver, gallbladder, joint and muscle pains.|
|Paris quadrifolium D6 (One-berry)||Painful conditions of the head, spine and eyeballs. Headaches with eyeball pain and other neuralgias, with sensation of heaviness, numbness or sensation that the part is too big or swollen sensation.|
|Passiflora incarnata Ø (Passionflower)||Spasmodic pains in general as well as neuralgias. Calming action on the nervous system. Painful conditions associated with muscle spasms.|
|Petasites hybridus Ø (Butterbur)||For colicky pains of the gallbladder or kidney as well as headaches and severe lower back pain.|
|Ruta graveolens D3 (Rue)||Pain from mechanical injury to fibrous tissue bones, tendons, cartilage or periosteum with bruised pains or lame sensation. Severe back ache, and headaches from eyestrain.|
|Viscum album Ø (Mistletoe)||Tearing rheumatic pains, neuralgic pain or sciatica with tearing and shooting pains from sacral area to the thighs. Severe congestive headaches.|