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Treatment with natural substances becomes increasingly attractive for many people. Our medicines will convince you as well.
From as early as 1937 HOMVIORA® is specialized in homeopathic medicine based on natural substances. We have over 80 years experience with homeopathic remedies, in particular complex homeopathic drugs with active substances of natural origin.
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HOMVIORA® has been specialized for more than 80 years in development, production and distribution of complex homeopathic remedies in various countries of the world. The founders of the company were accomplished homeopathic physicans, whose homeopathic remedies persuaded doctors and patients likewise of their effectiveness.
HOMVIORA® has grown in the past years to experts in complex homeopathic remedies for different indications (cardiovascular, joint diseases, nervous disorders, digestive illnesses, urologic complaints).
Our medicines will convince you as well!
The heart is the engine of the cardiovascular system!
As long as the cardiovascular system is working regular, we take no notice from it, though it achieves enormous performance every day; even a resting heart has a rate of seventy to eighty beats per minute. With great energetic effort the heart pumps the blood, coming from the lungs and enriched with oxygen, into the circuit. In this way the tissues of the body are supplied with oxygen and vital nutrients. Thus the entire amount of blood that is lifelong pumped from this organ into the body adds up to unimaginable 250 million liters – as an example, age of 70 years!
Regardless the fact that the heart is a powerful and tenacious organ, it can still show weaknesses due to an unhealthy lifestyle or through ageing.
The lifestyle and risk factors that affect the effectiveness of the cardiovascular system in particulars, include:
• Physical inactivity
A healthy lifestyle and balanced vitamin-rich food are the basis and prerequisite for an active and healthy life.
Moderate cardiovascular disorders can successfully treated with natural drugs as complex homeopathic remedies. The intake of such drugs should always be discussed with a doctor.
As a general rule:
PREVENTION IS STILL THE BEST MEDICINE!
A possible consequence of hypertension: Atherosclerosis
Aging and genetic predisposition, lifestyle or existing heart and circulatory risk factors (e.g. high blood pressure, increased blood fat levels) can lead to deposits in the blood vessels, which interfere with blood flow.
These deposits (the so-called arterosclerotic plaques) include, among others, blood fats, proteins and connective tissue cells. The changes of the blood vessel walls can lead to loss of the original elasticity; the vessels become brittle and the blood flow impaired due to the resulting tightness.
Basically, aterosclerosis may occur in all arteries. Special attention is paid in this context in the coronary arteries of the heart and generell circulatory disorders.
If one of the coronary artery is completely blocked by a arteriosclerotic plaque or a blood clot, it can cause a heart attack. If a narrowing occurs in the carotid artery, the obstruction of blood flow can cause a stroke. Heart and circulatory diseases are some of the most frequent causes of death in Germany.
When it gets tight in the chest
If the coronary arteries are narrowed by circulatory problems a deficiency of oxygen supply may occur. This happens mainly in situations of stress or physical tension whereas the oxygen supply may be sufficient in rest. The deficiency of the heart with oxygen leads to the characteristic “tightness” in the chest.
Nervousness and anxiety are widespread
Increased psychological stress-conditions can affect not only the overall performance, but can also favour the emergence of diseases, such as cardiac or circulatory diseases, as well as gastric and intestinal disorders. Current studies indicate that as many as 30% of general practice patients suffer from nervous disorders and anxiety with individually different symptoms.
The physical side effects range from fatigue and listlessness to increased frequency of heart palpitations, feelings of oppression in the chest, insomnia, abdominal pain and panic attacks.
Rheumatism – a disease with many faces
In Germany, around 20 million people suffer from rheumatic diseases.
There are many different syndromes hidden behind the indication of “rheumatism.”
A rough classification distinguishes the following types:
The healthy joint runs smoothly
More than 100 joints in our bodies undertake daily an enormous work. It results partly in immense loads through very versatile moves in different types of joints (hinge joint, ball-and-socket joints, saddle joints, pivot joints).
The bones involved in connecting joints are covered with a smooth, elastic cartilage layer (only a few millimeters thick). This ensures their smooth movement.
Inflammation, pain and loss of motion – a vicious circle
Next to the normal wearing out, there is a variety of factors, appearing additionally as a load for the musculoskeletal system.
Homeopathic remedies have a high level expertise in the non-specific (rheumatoid arthritis) and specific (gout) treatment of pain caused by inflammatory processes in the joints.
The liver, a key metabolic organ
With a weight of about 1.5 kg, the liver is the largest human organ. The most important metabolic processes, such as the synthesis of proteins, enzymes and hormones, are carried out in it.
The liver filters the blood to remove toxins and to convert them into harmless substances to be further released through the kidneys. The organ produces daily about 1 to 1.5 liters of bile.
The liver is of central importance for carbohydrate metabolism and thus for the energy balance of the whole body. Glycogen acts as the energy “storage reserve.” In the liver, the bile acid synthesis takes place. Bile acids are required to transport the cholesterol insoluble in water on to the intestine. Apart from this, they strengthen the intestinal motility.
As a sign of an affluent society, a fatty liver is diagnosed more frequently. It is triggered by an increased storage of fats (triglycerides) in the liver cells. Metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus or hormonal influences (e.g. in pregnancy) favor the fatty degeneration of the liver.
Digestion is a complex performance of the human gastro-intestinal tract.
The following are involved in digestion:
Although so many organs are participating in the process of digestion, the normal and undisturbed process of digestion is not revealed by the consciousness of the people. Even it is understandable, that troubles in the complex system are recognized as disorders with disease-specific symptoms and often far-reaching consequences.
Cause I: (Nutritional / functional)
The body adapts the individual habits of food intake as well as possible. A “to much” can overwhelm it, as well as an extreme one-sideness in the diet composition.Even the timing of food intake can be a problem for the body (for instance, too much of salad late at night). In general, the occurring symptoms are self-explained by a mismatch between the type, quantity of the consumed food and the available digestive capacity of the body.
Cause II: (Organic)
Especially for the digestion of the received fats, the presence of a sufficient amount bile is essential. To guarantee this, the flow of bile in the biliary system must run smoothly. The gallbladder serves as a depot for the bile; at the same time it is the place of gallstone formation. Especially the small stones of “biliary sludge” are capable of clogging the biliary tract and eventual obstruction of the bile flow. As a result of the blocking of the bile duct, a yellowing of the skin (jaundice) occurs.
The bolus is transported after chewing and swallowing through the esophagus to the stomach. From the moment of swallowing on we can no longer affect the transfer and further processing of food. Nausea and vomiting are clear signs of digestive disorders. Basically, there are two causes to distinguish:
The body tries to get rid of incompatible food to recover within a short time.
To identify the cause, one has to describe accurately the appearance of vomit:
Complex homeopathic remedies are able to influence the vomiting center, with a soothing effect on such symptoms as nausea, bloating, abdominal pain…
Kidney – an important filter and cleaning organ
The urine production is a result of:
a) a mere passive filtration
b) a high-energetic, hormone-driven selection and reabsorption process.
From the initially filtered amount of about 160-180 liters, the so-called final urine (1 – 1.5 liters) is produced in this way. From the kidneys the urine enters through the ureters into the bladder and is discharged finally through the urethra. The entire amount of blood flows about 10 to 12 times per hour through the kidneys.
Inflammation in the kidneys and the urinary tract are mostly caused by infections
Symptoms of bladder infection:
Complaints of renal pelvic infection:
Infections of the bladder and urethra are far more common than infections of ureters and kidneys. The causes responsible for infections in the urinary tract through the urethra are bacteria that rise from the anal and vaginal area. Such infections are furthermore promoted by urinary calculi, prostate enlargement, a urinary catheter, metabolic diseases (diabetes mellitus) and a weakened immune system.
Prostate – a male thing
The prostate is a chestnut-sized organ that lies just below the bladder and surrounds the male urethra.
This organ, which weighs 20-25 grams, is one of the male sexual organs and produces a secretion, making up an essential part of the sperm (semen).
In old age the prostata size tends to increase resulting in a narrowing of the urethra with all consequenses. One of the consequence is the unability to empty completely the bladder. Almost 50% of men over 50 years old and 90% over 70 years old are affected by this age-related prostate enlargement (hypertrophy).
The following symptoms may progress due to the benign enlargement of the prostate:
Cystitis and irritable bladder – common symptoms in ascending infections
A constant urge to urinate with small amounts of urine and burning sensation during urination – these are often the epiphenomenon/secondary symptom of a bladder infection (cystitis), which is caused by bacteria. Women in particular are strongly affected, due to their relatively short urethra and thus due to a shorter infection route.
The short urethra in women facilitates the entry of bacteria in the bladder. The bacteria are coming from the anal and vaginal area. The incidence of infection in women is 50 times higher than in man.
Pregnancies, menopause, bladder or kidney stones, neurological disorders and a weakened immune system additionally increase the risk. The strong urge to urinate is sometimes accompanied by burning sensation during urination and uncontrolled loss of urine.