Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Acidum ascorbicum D 6 5 ml; Thiaminum hydrochloricum D six, Natrium ribroflavinum phosphoricum D six, Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum D six 1 milliliter each; Nicotinamidum D six three ml; Acidum cis-aconiticum D eight, Acidum citricum D eight, Acidum fumaricum D eight, Acidum a-ketoglutaricum D eight, Acidum DL-malicum D eight, Acidum succinicum D eight, metal oxalsuccinicum D ten, Pulsatilla D six, Hepar sulfuris D ten, Sulfur D ten, Adenosinum triphosphoricum D ten, Nadidum D eight, Manganum phosphoricum D six, magnesium oroticum D six, Ce oxalicum D eight, Coenzymum A D eight, Acidum alpha-liponicum D six, beta vulgaris conditiva D four twenty two µl
Stimulation of blocked enzymatic systems in degenerative diseases also as in defective enzymatic functions (cellular phases).
In general, one ampule i.m., s.c., i.d. 3-1 times weekly.
Constituents Characteristics/symptom profile
(±)α-Lipoic acid (thioctic acid): Hydrogen-transferring cofactor. coenzyme within the breakdown of pyruvic acid (oxidative decarboxylation).
2-Oxoglutaric acid: It is an active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
(acidum α-ketoglutaricum) Feelings of exhaustion.
Acidum cis-aconiticum: Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
(aconitic acid) down resistance.
Acidum citricum (citric acid) bleeding from the gums. degenerative diseases. Active factor in thecitric acid cycle. Premature ageing, arterial sclerosis, lack of drive.
Acidum succinicum (succinic acid) hay fever. Active factor in the citric acid cycle. States of
exhaustion and extreme tiredness.
disodium salt (ATP) significantly following iatrogenic harm.
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) Cofactor in enzymatic processes (redox systems). features a role in
the formation of the ground substance of the connective tissue.
Barium oxalsuccinicum Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
Regulatory disorders of the endocrine system also as disturbances of blood flow within the extremities.
Coenzyme A coenzyme in transacetylations.
Cysteine SH-group-containing factor of redox potentials. Retoxic disorders.
DL-Malic acid is an Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Promotes detoxification.
Fumaric acid is an Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. States of exhaustion.
Manganum phosphoricum States of exhaustion with anaemia. Trace-element result,
(manganese phosphate) significantly in enzymatic processes of the citric acid cycle.
Nadide (Nicotinamide-adenine biocatalyst. Stimulation of the ultimate stage oxidization within the
dinucleotide) respiratory chain.
Sodium oxaloacetate Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Lowered
(natrium oxalaceticum) resistance.
Sodium pyruvate (natrium pyruvicum) Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Promotes detoxification.
Nicotinamide Cofactor in enzymatic processes (dehydratases)
Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) Cofactor in enzymatic processes (transaminases, dehydratases, desulfhydrases, decarboxylases)
Riboflavine-5′-phosphate mono-sodium salt 2H2O (vitamin B2) cofactor in enzymatic processes (flavoproteins and redox systems)
Thiamine chloride (vitamin B1) hydrochloride cofactor in enzymatic processes (oxidative decarboxylation)