Omeo Cough Relief Drops
Cough is a normal reflex of the body to guard airways from foreign intrusion and also aids in expulsion of inflammatory exudates from the air passages during acute as well as chronic upper or lower respiratory tract infections. However in certain conditions, cough becomes a suffering when the exudates of inflammation are difficult to expectorate or when it is allergic in origin. When exacerbated cough becomes constant and is followed by wheezing, dyspnoea, pain in chest, gagging and vomiting and calls for immediate medical care.
For the cough persisting for a duration longer than 3 weeks, it is a must to consult a physician and reach upon a correct diagnosis for suitable treatment.
Belladonna 3X 10% v/v
Bryonia alba 3X 10% v/v
Rumex crispus 3X 10% v/v
Cuprum aceticum 4X 10% v/v
Drosera rotundifolia 3X 10% v/v
Ipecacuanha 3X 10% v/v
Spongia tosta 3X 10% v/v
Squilla 3X 10% v/v
Thymus serpyllum ɸ 0.5% v/v
Alcohol content: 61% v/v
- For paroxysmal or constant irritating cough.
- Cough associated with inflammatory or allergic conditions of respiratory tract.
- Relieves dry as well as productive cough with gagging, choking and vomiting.
Actions Of Ingredients:
Tickling, short, dry cough; worse at night. Larynx very painful; feels as if a foreign body were in it, with cough.
Cough : with stitches in side of chest; with headache as if head would fly to pieces; Cough, dry, at night; must sit up; worse after eating or drinking, with vomiting, , and expectoration of rustcolored sputa.
Extremely sensitive to open air; hoarseness; worse evenings; after exposure to cold. Dry, incessant, fatiguing cough; worse from changing air or room; from slightest inhalation of cold air; covers head with bedclothes to make air warmer; little or no expectoration.
Hay-fever, with burning excoriation, paroxysmal cough; tough, tenacious mucus, and fear of suffocation. Violent spasmodic cough.
Drosera rotundifolia :
Cough, in violent paroxysms, from tickling/crawling in larynx with vomiting of food. Cough, paroxysms so rapid that the child loses breath. Cough as soon as head touches the pillow at night, esp. after midnight.
Whooping-cough: child loses breath, turns pale, stiff and blue; strangling, with gagging and vomiting of mucus. Cough incessant and violent, with every breath.
Cough : dry, barking, croupy; everything is perfectly dry, no mucous rale. dry, sibilant, like a saw driven through a pine board . Expectoration : scanty, of saltish mucus
Cough in the morning, with copious expectoration of thin, frequently reddish-coloured mucus. Cough caused by tickling, creeping sensation in chest
Respiratory infections of children; dry nervous asthma, whooping-cough, severe spasms but little sputum.