Tuberculinum residuum is a homoeopathic remedy of animal origin. Thanks to its therapeutic virtues, it is used to treat many disorders. Whatever their nature, and regardless of whether they are acute or chronic, Tuberculinum residuum relieves symptoms and guarantees complete recovery
The homoeopathic stock comes from the pathogenic bacterial species Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. In fact, the residue used is a product of this bacteria’s filtrating action. This homoeopathic remedy often comes in the form of sucrose or lactose-based granules. Tuberculinum residuum is obtained by these sucrose or lactose balls in the homoeopathic stock’s mother tincture.
Tuberculinum residuum is prescribed to treat joint pain. It also relieves ligament stiffness and arthritic diathesis. It is administered in case of periarthritis, arthrosis and ankylosing spondylitis. Carpal tunnel syndrome can also be alleviated by taking Tuberculinum residuum.
In dermatology, Tuberculinum residuum is recommended for treating skin and dander problems. More specifically, it is prescribed to cure acne on the back and shoulders. In addition, it helps to heal cracks that appear on the upper lip’s outer third. It also helps to restore moisture to dry and unhealthy-looking skin.
Tuberculinum residuum is prescribed to treat bloating that occurs after a meal. It is also recommended in the treatment of heartburns accompanied by belching and the expulsion of hot and acid fluid. Bleeding gums and abundant stool are other symptoms that can be relieved with Tuberculinum residuum. It is also administered for digestive disorders such as fibro-adhesive chronic peritonitis, peri-duodenitis and pericholecystitis.
In order to treat carpal tunnel syndrome, 5 granules of Tuberculinum residuum 4 CH must be taken daily over a 6-week period. This treatment is suitable when the disease is in its early stage. For periarthritis, arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis, take 5 granules of Tuberculinum residuum 9 CH.
To relieve acne eruptions and chronic dermatological disorders, resort to Tuberculinum residuum 9 CH to 15 CH. The intake frequency depends on the patient’s response to the treatment. It can be a dose per week, every 2 weeks or every month. Regarding other acute disorders, it is preferable to administer Tuberculinum residuum CH 4.
To treat acute disorders,Tuberculinum residuum should be taken in low dilutions, either 4 CH or 5 CH. Tuberculinum residuum’s average dilution of 7 CH or 9 CH is more suitable for general symptoms. In both cases, the intakes must be repeated throughout the day, before being spaced out depending on the patient’s improving condition.
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Good to know: Tuberculinum Residuum is well-known for having a very effective action on multiple sclerosis. This homoeopathic remedy can also be used for losing weight while retaining the appetite.