SBL Moschus 30 CH (30ml) : For Fainting, Hiccough, Hysteria, Increased Sexual Desire, Whooping Cough
Also known as
3.5 cm by 3.5 cm by 9.5 cm
Musk is a common name.
Causes & Symptoms for Moschus
- Anxiety is felt in the chest and is accompanied by gastric symptoms when taken with Moschus.
- It eases abdominal discomfort and fainting during meals.
- There is a craving for stimulants like black coffee, as well as an opposition to eating.
- In hysterical conditions, such as sudden constriction of the larynx and trachea, hysterical chest spasm, and more, Moschus is helpful.
- There is a common tendency to faint from the slightest excitement, while eating, and during menstruation. The patient experiences tightness in the chest and must take deep breaths.
- Moschus is also associated with males’ increased desire for violent sexual activity and unconscious ejections.
- In women, titilation that is too much in some places and a feeling like menstruation are combined to increase sexual desire.
Moschus is helpful when you feel dizzy, queasy, want to lay down, or crave coffee.
As a result of the headache relief, lying down is not required if nausea or vomiting also occur.
Moschus is beneficial in cases of nausea in the evening that is best managed by moving one’s head and is worse in enclosed spaces than outside, especially above the root of the nose.
It helps with Epistaxis complaints.
a tingling sensation, possibly caused by insects, in the tip of the nose.
Moschus helps with violent eructations, which can occasionally cause nausea.
abrupt nausea attacks brought on by the sight or mere mention of food.
Moschus is helpful in cases of violent vomiting, which is frequently accompanied by chest pain, epigastric distension, and stomach pain, especially in the morning.
feeling of obstruction and fullness in the stomach and epigastrium, sometimes accompanied by discomfort, which is worse after a moderate meal.
It soothes the burning or excoriating sensation that follows a meal in the area of the stomach.
With suspended respiration, Moschus eases painful contraction attacks in the umbilical region.
A feeling of abdominal tension, as if the clothing were too tight, is present. This tension is accompanied by a feeling of anxiety that prevents one from focusing on any type of work or remaining still, but instead compels constant pacing back and forth.
Anus and Stool
Moschus can help with constipation, particularly if you’ve had coffee.
Additionally helpful is Moschus when someone complains of having violent cutting diarrhea, particularly at night and occasionally while sleeping.
The anus and bladder both have stitches.
chest and the respiratory system
It relieves severe dry cough, which is worse in the morning, and left breast pain when you cough.
In the final stage of whooping cough, which includes vertigo and chest and tracheal constriction, Moschus is helpful.
The symptoms of Moschus include trouble breathing, shortness of breath, and chest shootings.
It provides relief from pressing chest pain that has made breathing difficult.
Back and Neck
Painful scribbles in the nape, relieved from being unable to turn the head.
It soothes back pain that feels as though tissues are being violently drawn, as they would be before menstruation.
A sharp instrument, it seems, is the likely cause of the acute pressure on the sacrum’s left side above the coccyx.
Arms and Legs
It alleviates cramp-like drawing pains that occur throughout the entire arm, but particularly in the wrists.
It also relieves burning and a cold sensation in the last joints of the fingers.
When seated with trembling legs, such as those caused by extreme exhaustion, Moschus can be helpful.
Knee hollow compression pain, as if the tendons were too short, is a sign of Moschus.
It relieves the pressure that is burning at the tips of the right toes.
Leg prickling that is occasionally accompanied by localized pain.
It soothes limb pains that resemble cramps.
The entire body starts to shake and tremble as a sign.
Moschus is helpful for hysterical people who experience fainting fits that are followed by headaches, especially at night (in bed), in the evening, or outside.
Itching that forces scratching can be relieved in various parts of the body by using Moschus.
When Herpes is burning excessively, Moschus is helpful.
Side effects of Moschus
Although there are no such side effects, it is still important to take each medication according to the instructions.
Even if you are taking other forms of medication, such as those obtained through allopathy, ayurveda, etc., it is safe to take the medication.
The effectiveness of other medications is never hampered by homeopathic remedies.
Dosage and rules while taking Moschus
Three times per day, mix five drops in a half cup of water.
The globules can also be used as medicine; take them as directed by your doctor, usually three times per day.
We advise you to use medical advice when taking.
Precautions while taking Moschus
If you take medication, make sure to wait 15 minutes between eating and taking it.
Consult a homeopathic doctor prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing.
While taking medication, refrain from consuming alcohol or tobacco.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic medicines have a variety of uses and are prescribed based on symptom similarity; it is assumed that you have sought medical advice before purchasing this medication and are not self-medicating.
|Country of Origin||India|
|Potency||30 CH / 30CH|