Natural Blood Pressure Regulators.
Each 5 ml DP Rawol Syrup Contains-
Glonoinum 2x 0.75 ml
Kali Phos 6x 0.50 ml
Rauwolfia S. 3x 0.75 ml
Aurum Iodide 200x 0.75 ml
Conium Mac 6x 0.75 ml
Kalmia L. 3x 0.50 ml
Viscum Alb. 2x 0.50 ml
Lycopodium C 3x 0.5 ml
DP Rawol is a Homoeopathic Combination Medicine. It is a natural Medicine for Hypertension and Hypotension. The important role of component of DP Rawol are described below-
Laborious action. Fluttering. Palpitation with dyspnea. Can not go uphill. Any exertion brings on rush of blood to heart and fainting spells. Throbbing in the whole body to finger-tips.
Here it is the great emergency remedy. The conditions calling for it are small, wiry pulse, pallor, arterial spasm, anermia of brain, collapse, feeble heart, syncope, dicrotic pulse, vertigo,-the opposite of those indicating a homeopathic dosage. Often thus used to lower the arterial tension in chronic interstitial nephritis.
Kali Phos 6
Dull throbbing, side, seems to stop heart beating.Vomiting of blood, with palpitation. Palpitation from slightest motion or ascending stairs.
Rauwolfia S. 3x
Hypertension is the term used to describe high blood pressure. Blood pressure is the measurement of the force against the walls of arteries as the heart pumps blood through the body. Conventionally blood pressure readings are measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg) as systolic pressure and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is considered high if it is over 140 most of the time, where as diastolic pressure is considered high if it is over 90 most of the time. Prevalence of hypertension increases with age.
Primary (essential) hypertension is the term applied to most of the cases in which no cause is identified. It is often the result of complex interaction between multiple genetic and environmental factors. Secondary hypertension, which affects approximately 5% people, has identifiable specific causes, such as alcohol abuse, cocaine use, atherosclerosis, chronic kidney disease, coarctation of the aorta, diabetes, certain autoimmune disorders (like periarteritis nodosa), certain endocrine disorders (like adrenal tumours, hyperthyroidism and cushing syndrome), renal artery stenosis and some drugs like appetite suppressants, birth control pills, corticosteroids, migraine medications.
Initially high blood pressure is asymptomatic for many years. However, sometimes symptoms like confusion, ear noise or buzzing, fatigue, non specific headache, irregular heartbeat, nosebleed and vision changes are felt. Untreated hypertension may end up with blood vessel damage (arteriosclerosis), brain damage, congestive heart failure, chronic kidney disease, heart attack, hypertensive heart disease, peripheral artery disease, stroke, vision loss, etc. Lifestyle changes may help to control blood pressure. Avoiding smoking and alcohol, eating more fruits and vegetables, regular exercise, keeping blood sugar under control (if diabetic) and maintaining ideal weight are useful.
Rauwolfia serpentina is one of the most often used homoeopathic drugs for hypertension. It belongs to the family Apocynaceae and is found in sub-Himalayan ranges and Western Ghats of India. It is officially covered by both Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India and German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.The root contains a great number of alkaloids of which Reserpine is the most well known. Its hypotensive and neuro-depressive activities are established. A homoeopathic tincture is made from its root. Literatures indicate that this remedy is useful to manage high blood pressure. It also alleviates its associated symptoms such as irregular beats, increased emotional excitability, irritative condition of central nervous system, mild depression, irritability and restlessness. Reports suggest it is highly useful in cases of hypertension without marked atheromatous changes in the vessels.
Kalmia L. 3x
Weak, slow pulse (Dig; Apoc can). Fluttering of heart, with anxiety. Palpitation; worse leaning forward. Gouty and rheumatic metastasis of heart. Tachycardia, with pain (Thyroid). Tobacco heart. Dyspnea and pressure from epigastrium toward the heart. Sharp pains take away the breath. Shooting through chest above heart into shoulder-blades. Frequent pulse. Heart’s action tumultuous, rapid and visible. Paroxysms of anguish around heart.
Viscum Alb. 2x
Lowered blood pressure. Dilated blood vessels but does not act on the centers in the medulla. Pulse is slow due to central irritation of the vagus.
Valvular disease, with disturbances in sexual sphere. Hypertrophy with valvular insufficiency; pulse small and weak; unable to rest in a reclining position. Palpitation during coitus. Low tension. Failing compensation, dyspnea worse lying on left side. Weight and oppression of heart; as if a hand were squeezing it; tickling sensation about heart.
Lycopodium C 3x
Aneurism. Aortic disease. Palpitation at night. Cannot lie on left side.
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) or Hypotension (Low Blood Pressure).