BALANCE YOURSELF WITH HEELS VERTIGOHEEL.
Dizziness, unsteady balance, and vertigo can be at worst debilitating,
and at best annoying. Heel's Vertigoheel is formulated with the homeopathic
remedies cocculus, conium, ambra grisea and more to help relieve the nausea
and dizzyness associated with meniere's disease, tinnitus, and poor
Drops: 100 ml cont.:
Cocculus indicus D4, 70 ml; Ambra grisea D6, Conium
maculatum D3, Petroleum D8, 10 ml each. Contains 35
Ventigoheel is compatible with alcohol and has no sedative
properties (does not influence driving alertness, etc.)
acting liquid formula.
Adults: In general, 15-20
drops 3 times daily; in sporadic dizziness and nausea
initially 10 drops every 15 minutes.
formulations and clinical potency from the innovators in homeopathy for
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VERTIGOHEEL is the number one doctor-recomended vertigo medication in
65 years of worldwide clinical experience confirm that Ventigoheel®:
• Is effective in treating a wide variety of vertigo of various origins:
circulatory disturbances, arteriosclerosis, Ménière’s disease, slowed brain
stem syndrome, trauma-induced, degenerative processes, etc.
• Is scientifically proven (see meta-analysis) to significantly reduce the
intensity, frequency and duration of symptoms arising from vertigo and
improve the quality of life of patients suffering from vertigo-related
• Is as effective as dimenhydrinate in the treatment of vestibular and
• Is as effective as betahistine in the treatment of vertigo of various
• Is as effective as Ginkgo biloba in the treatment of age-related vertigo
due to arteriosclerosis.
• Improves microcirculation and thus possibly increases oxygen and nutrient
supply to cells.
Ventigoheel® causes no known renal, hepatic, cardiovascular,
gastrointestinal or CNS (Central Nervous System) side effects. It has not
shown to interfere with any laboratory testing. Numerous research papers,
including those which measured the efficacy of Ventigoheel® against
conventional medication such as dimenhydrinate and betahistine, have
demonstrated the excellent clinical tolerability of this homeopathic
Mechanism of action
• Ventigoheel® has lead to a significant increase in capillary diameter,
blood flow rate and vasomotion.9 These improvements have resulted in a
better distribution of blood flow (microcirculation). This signifies an
increase in the supply of oxygen and nutrients to tissue cells and an
enhanced ability of microcirculation to adapt to changing metabolic and
• Current in vitro research indicates that Ventigoheel® has an effect on
several mediators of endothelial dysfunction and therefore plays a
supportive role in microcirculation (which is of concern in many chronic
diseases). Although further research is presently being conducted to report
this in the literature, Ventigoheel® has clinically improved cognitive
function in individuals of all ages.
Ventigoheel® for long-term use
• Studies evaluated the efficacy of Ventigoheel® over a period of 6 to 12
weeks. Decades of medical experience have shown it to be suitable for
long-term treatments without causing side effects, addiction or
• Ventigoheel® significantly decreases vertigo-related symptoms such as
nausea, vomiting, sweating, tachycardia, tinnitus, nystagmus, etc. It is
best suited to prevent acute bouts of dizziness.
• In clinical studies,Ventigoheel® patients demonstrated a compliance
similar to the comparative drug, above 95%.7
Ingredient Details and Common Uses
Valeriana (valerian) Conditions of restlessness,
Lupulus (hops) Insomnia at night, possibly associated with daytime
Crataegus (whitethorn) General sedative, senile heart,
pre-insufficiency, coronary insufficiency.
Hypericum (St. John's wort) Nerve and brain injuries, e.g. commotio
cerebri, neural pains upon or after injury.
Melissa officinalis (lemon balm) Nerve tonic and sedative.
Chamomilla (chamomile) Hypersensitivity with stupor (children want
to be carried about), neuralgia; dry, tickling cough, teething difficulties,
restlessness and conditions of excitation, insomnia.
Avena sativa (oats) Nervous exhaustion.
Acidum picrinicum (picric acid) Conditions of nervous exhaustion
with pains in the sacral region, back, muscles and joints; neurasthenia,
Kalium bromatum (potassium bromide) Amnesia, speech disorders
(words and syllables omitted), trembling hands, restlessness.
Ammonium bromatum (ammonium bromide) Feeling of soreness of the
mucous membranes, hoarseness, bronchitis asthma, neuralgic
Natrium bromatum (sodium bromide) Increased reflex action,
sleeplessness, restlessness of the motor area.
Based on the individual homeopathic constituents of Valerianaheel,
therapeutical possibilities result for its application as vegetable sedative
with mild bromine components (3:1,000); in the treatment of conditions of
restlessness, teething disorders, insomnia of any origin; also following
other disorders, neurasthenia, climacteric neuroses with insomnia (Aurumheel
drops, Cralonin, Klimaktheel).
Insomnia accompanying fever and acute infections (Gripp-Heel, Bryaconeel,
Veratrum-Homaccord, Traumeel, etc.).
Powerful narcotic effects cannot be expected from Valerianaheel.
Valerianaheel has no toxic side effects and should be reinforced at times by
the otherwise indicated.
Heel biotherapeutic's, e.g. by Rhododendroneel for insomnia due to rheumatic
and cardiac conditions, by
Nux vomica-Homaccord, Hepeel, etc. for insomnia resulting from disturbances
of the hepatic functions (the onset of a pronounced acid tide in the night,
between about 2 and 6 a.m. causing wakefulness followed by morning
The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the symptoms and the stage
of the illness: in continuous treatment, 15-20 drops 3-4 times daily,
possibly with the corresponding auxiliary remedies. In the evening,
(possibly several times) 25 drops in water or on sugar, also when waking up
in the night (possibly with auxiliary remedies, particularly Rhododendroneel).
Single dose for infants and small children: 3 drops; from the age of 2
years: 5 drops; from 6-12 years: 10 drops.