Terapia con medicamentos por hipo

Marion Debus

Última actualización: 11.01.2022

Los medicamentos centrales en el tratamiento del hipo persistente son cobre, como metal que fomenta el calor y la relajación, así como preparados vegetales de la familia de las solanáceas, en especial Nicotiana tabacum (antiespasmódica) e Hyoscyamus niger (ritmizante y calmante):

Aurum/Hyoscyamus comp. WELEDA

Cuprum aceticum comp. WALA
Cuprum aceticum D4 WELEDA, 1 amp. s.c. sobre el epigastrio
Cuprum aceticum D5/Zincum Valerianicum D5 WELEDA, 1 amp. s.c. varias veces

También entran en consideración:
Tabacum Cupro cultum Rh D3 WELEDA, 1 amp. s.c. en el epigastrio

Para aumentar el efecto de las inyecciones combinar con:
Nervus phrenicus D15 – D30 WALA, 1 amp. x día s.c. 3 x semana

Oralmente se toman en consideración: 
Hyoscyamus Rh D3 Dil. WELEDA, 10 gotas 3 x día
Hyoscyamus D6 glob. WALA, 7 glób. cada 1 – 2 horas
o en combinación con
Mygale comp. Dil. WELEDA, 5 – 10 gotas cada 1 – 2 horas

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