External Applications for Gas and Bloating

Abdominal compress with Carum Carvi oil, Jungebad WALA

Melissa oil WALA, as a compress or rhythmical embrocation
Melissa has a calming and relaxing effect.
Further information, see https://www.pflege-vademecum.de/2714.php?locale=en

Carraway oil WALA, as a compress or rhythmical embrocation  
Caraway has a relieving and antispasmodic.

Red Copper Ointment WALA (also available as Kupfersalbe rot WALA) with olive oil, as a rhythmical embrocation
In case of intolerance to essential oils, this is a good alternative. Copper has a warming and antispasmodic effect.

Oxalis e planta tota W 10%, Oleum WALA, as a compress or rhythmical embrocation
has an antispasmodic effect.

Chamomilla e floribus W 10%, Oleum WALA, as a compress or rhythmical embrocation
has an antispasmodic effect.
Further information, see https://www.pflege-vademecum.de/kamillenoel.php

Research news

Anthroposophic Medicine is an evaluated part of CRF treatment   
Cancer-realted fatigue (CRF) is one of the most frequent and prevalent symptoms expressed by cancer patients and cancer survivors. A current systematic review aimed to identify different clinical evaluation scales and interventions available for fatigue associated with cancer. Therefore, 2611 research articles were screened and revealed also non-pharmacological interventions such as exercise, complementary therapies, nutritional and psychoeducational interventions, sleep therapy, Anthroposophic Medicine, and various pharmacological agents effective in managing CRF. The results are published open access: 
https://doi.org/10.25259/IJPC_455_20.
Supplementary note: The impact of misteltoe therapy in CRF has been evaluated by a research group at Havelhöhe Community Hospital: 
https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735420917211


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