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Rheumatism? - Return to mobility and comfort!

The musculoskeletal system comprises 206 bones, over 400 muscles and joints, tendons and ligaments They interact closely.

What is rheumatism?

Rheumatism is not a discrete or uniform disease, but a generic term covering well over 100 different rheumatic disorders affecting the musculoskeletal system. Many sufferers experience rheumatic pain as a "drawing, tugging pain". The numerous significant rheumatic disorders may equally affect the elderly and young people or even children.

What are the differences?
Although we understand arthrosis as a joint disease, which comes about due to cartilage wear, the ending "- itis" signifies an inflammation. Arthritis is therefore an inflammatory joint disease. However, inflammations and wear mostly occur at the same time due to their interdependent nature. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease: Involving the immune system mistakenly classifying endogenous cells as harmful and "fighting" them by means of an inflammation. In fibromyalgia not the joints are painful, but certain points in the body's "soft tissue", i.e. musculature.

So, in a medical diagnosis it is essential to resolve the question of what kind of rheumatism is involved  to enable systematic treatment to be given.

The main symptoms are

  • pain in the musculoskeletal system (joints, connective tissue, muscles, tendons)
  • restricted mobility

Some homeopathic remedies have a soothing effect on rheumatic symptoms. The products of the Rheumatism Pasc® family combine the most important ones.

Homeopathic drugs for improving rheumatic disorders:


  • Aged 12 or above
  • lactose-free


  • Aged 12 or above
  • lactose-free
  • Make sure you eat and drink a vitamin-, mineral- and alkaline-rich diet
  • Avoid meat and other protein-rich foodstuffs
  • Use quark-, white cabbage- or healing earth packs to relieve pain