Oxthives offers relief for itchy hives that drive you crazy
Posted Oct 04 2009 11:11pm
Relieve Hives Symptoms Fast with Homeopathic Oxyhives
The science of homeopathy is over 200 hundred years old, and is based on the premise that certain natural substances can stimulate the body's own healing systems - allowing the body to heal itself.
Homeopathy is a very unique system of medicine because the ingredients are used at levels that are generally understood to be non-toxic, with no negative side effects. The use of homeopathic ingredients for particular conditions is based on "homeopathic provings" that are recorded in the Homeopathic Materia Medica.
Every ingredient was chosen for this unique formula to both alleviate discomfort and help relieve multiple symptoms associated with hives (urticaria) outbreaks. Our sublingual delivery system is the preferred method of delivering homeopathic medicines.
A discussion of the homeopathic conditions of use for Oxyhives™ ingredients is below.
Suggested Use: Adults and children over 12: Spray twice under tongue up to three times a day. Children under 12: consult a doctor before use.
Homeopathic Active Ingredients:
Apis Mellifica (Honey Bee) 200C: Calms stinging pain, swelling and intolerable itching (especially at night), and relieves eruptions and nettle-like rash on the body, and redness and swelling with stinging and burning pain.
Arnica Montana (6X): Also known as Leopard's Bane, arnica is a common homeopathic remedy for pain and inflammation of soft-tissue injuries such as boils, bruises, hemorrhoids, and sprains. Helps relieve pain, redness, and swelling in the area of the damage within body tissues as well as on the surface of the skin. Also used for extreme sensitivity and the "bruised" feeling that can accompany a hives outbreak.
Ichthyolum (6X): A Combination of sulphonated hydrocarbons (as in fossilized fish deposits) that contains 10% Sulphur, Ichthyolum has an antiseptic action on skin and mucous membranes, and reduces pain and inflammation.
Lachesis (30C): Trigonocephalus lachesis is a distillation of the venom of the Surukuku Snake of South America, first used as a homeopathic remedy in 1829. Helps relieve sensitiveness of the skin surface, Also helpful for burning sensation and pains and swelling.
Hepar (6X): Used to treat itchy nettle-like rash that's sore and sensitive. Helpful for heat, redness, and itching in the ears and on palms of hands—tingling in fingertips.
Mercurius solubilis(200C): Relieves violent itching in ears; inflammatory swelling, redness, tingling, and moist itch on hands, with violent nightly itching. Reduces swelling and redness.
Rhus Toxicondendron (Poison Oak) 200C: Also known as mercury vine or poison vine, poison oak and its kissing cousin, poison ivy, can be found all over North America in woodland areas. A main constituent of the plant is toxicodendric acid. The oil is poisonous when it comes in contact with the skin, causing an itchy red rash that forms blisters.
The medicinal use of poison ivy was discovered by accident. A French physician in the late eighteenth century discovered that a patient's chronic rash had been cured as a result of accidental exposure to the plant. The doctor then went on to use the leaves and stalk of the plant in the treatment of skin disease, paralysis and rheumatic complaints.
Today Rhus Tox is prized by homeopathic practitioners for its anti-inflammatory properties, and is used to reduce itching of the very conditions it causes in the wild—poison ivy and poison oak blisters. It is also effective against hives, shingles rashes and all types of itchy eruptions.
Urtica Urens (200C): Also known as Small Stinging-Nettle, Urtica has been used in homeopathy to treat intense burning sensation in the skin. Also helps itching of genitals, fingers and hands, and fever blisters on lips.
Organic Alcohol (20%) v/v; Purified Water
The ingredients in Oxyhives are preserved with organic corn alcohol to insure against the possibility of ingesting herbicides, pesticides or genetically modified organisms. It also eliminates any potential allergic responses to wheat.