Homeopathic drug for hay fever
Pascallerg® for hay fever sufferers
Pascallerg® has been used for treating hay fever for over 50 years.
The active substance formic acid in a homeopathic form is considered to be a retuner. This means your body is encouraged to react less sensitively to allergic stimuli. Therefore, the drug should be taken for an extended period.
The active substances Gelsemium and Alumen chromicum are appropriate for relieving hay fever symptoms.
These 3 active substances enable Pascallerg® to support both in the long-term as a form of retuning and for acute symptoms.
An observation study (2013) confirmed the many decades of positive experience with this drug. Furthermore, it was also demonstrated that the drug is well tolerated over an extended therapy period.*
Changes in the individual symptoms during the therapy with Pascallerg®
The symptoms, depending on the symptom, improved in up to 89.5% of patients.
*Trompetter I, Lebert J, Weiss G (2015). Homeopathic Complex Remedy in the Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis: Results of a Prospective, Multicenter Observational Study. Forsch Komplementmed 22(1).
Adults and children aged 12 or over
Acute: Take 1 tablet every half to full hour, up to 12 times a day.
Chronic: Take 1 tablet 1 to 3 times a day.
Children aged 6 to 12
(no more than two thirds of the adult dose)
Acute: No more than 8 tablets a day.
Chronic: 2 tablets a day.
Infants aged from 1 to 6
(no more than half of the adult dose)
Acute: No more than 6 tablets a day.
Chronic: 1 tablet a day.
The indications are derived from homeopathic
drug profiles. These include: Hay fever
Aged 1 or above, contains lactose
1 tablet contains:
|Alumen chromicum D1||25.0 mg|
|Acidum formicicum D2||2.5 mg|
|Gelsemium D2||2.5 mg|
Homeopathic drug. Tablets. Indications: The indications are derived from homoeopathic pharmacology. This includes: Hay fever. Contains lactose.
For risks and side effects read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Pascoe pharmazeutische Präparate GmbH, D-35383 Giessen, info(at)pascoe.de, www.pascoe.de