Coenzyme compositum 2.2 ml amp with ATP, vitamins, cofactors

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One amp of 2.2 ml – THE BOX IMAGE IS FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Acidum ascorbicum D 6 5 ml; Thiaminum hydrochloricum D 6, Natrium ribroflavinum phosphoricum D 6, Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum D 6 1 ml each; Nicotinamidum D 6 3 ml; Acidum cis-aconiticum D 8, Acidum citricum D 8, Acidum fumaricum D 8, Acidum a-ketoglutaricum D 8, Acidum DL-malicum D 8, Acidum succinicum D 8, Barium oxalsuccinicum D 10, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D 6, Natrium pyruvicum D 8, Cystein D 6, Pulsatilla D 6, Hepar sulfuris D 10, Sulfur D 10, Adenosinum triphosphoricum D 10, Nadidum D 8, Manganum phosphoricum D 6, Magnesium oroticum D 6, Cerium oxalicum D 8, Coenzymum A D 8, Acidum alpha-liponicum D 6, Beta vulgaris conditiva D 4 22 µl

Read this article about the efficacy of this product in degenerative diseases, blocked enzymatic functions, metabolic diseases, etc.

Indications:
Stimulation of blocked enzymatic systems in degenerative diseases as well as in defective enzymatic functions (cellular phases).

Dosage:
In general, 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d. 3-1 times weekly.

Constituents Characteristics/symptom profile
(±)α-Lipoic acid (thioctic acid): Hydrogen-transferring cofactor. Coenzyme in the breakdown of pyruvic acid (oxidative decarboxylation).
2-Oxoglutaric acid: Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
(acidum α-ketoglutaricum) Feelings of exhaustion.
Acidum cis-aconiticum: Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
(aconitic acid) Lowered resistance.
Acidum citricum (citric acid) Bleeding from the gums. Degenerative diseases. Active factor in thecitric acid cycle. Premature ageing, arteriosclerosis, lack of drive.
Acidum succinicum (succinic acid) Hay fever. Active factor in the citric acid cycle. States of
exhaustion and extreme tiredness.
Adenosine-5′-triphosphate Support of energy-consuming systems (citric acid cycle, etc.),
disodium salt (ATP) particularly following iatrogenic damage.
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) Cofactor in enzymatic processes (redox systems). Has a role in
the formation of the ground substance of the connective tissue.
Barium oxalsuccinicum (barium oxalosuccinate) Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems.
Regulatory disorders of the endocrine system as well as disturbances of blood flow in the extremities.
Coenzyme A Coenzyme in transacetylations.
Cysteine SH-group-containing factor of redox potentials. Retoxic disorders.
Iatrogenic damage.
DL-Malic acid (acidum DL-malicum) Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Promotes detoxification.
Fumaric acid (acidum fumaricum) Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. States of exhaustion.
Manganum phosphoricum States of exhaustion with anaemia. Trace-element effect,
(manganese phosphate) particularly in enzymatic processes of the citric acid cycle.
Nadide (Nicotinamide-adenine Biocatalyst. Stimulation of the final stage oxidation in the
dinucleotide) respiratory chain.
Sodium oxaloacetate Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Lowered
(natrium oxalaceticum) resistance.
Sodium pyruvate (natrium pyruvicum) Active factor in the citric acid cycle and redox systems. Promotes  detoxification.
Nicotinamide Cofactor in enzymatic processes (dehydratases)
Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) Cofactor in enzymatic processes (transaminases, dehydratases, desulfhydrases, decarboxylases)
Riboflavine-5′-phosphate mono-sodium salt 2H2O (vitamin B2) Cofactor in enzymatic processes (flavoproteins and redox systems)
Thiamine chloride (vitamin B1) hydrochloride Cofactor in enzymatic processes (oxidative decarboxylation)

Based on the coupling of vitamin factors, through which, as if on a slide rail, the other constituents, in particular the individual factors of the citric acid cycle, are conducted along directly as inductors to the enzyme system, supported by homoeopathic remedies also with enzyme-regenerating action (sulphides) as well as through trace elements and intermediary enzymatic active substances, a broad and, therefore, not too strong but mild reactionprovoking effect on the retarded or inactivated (through therapeutical damage) enzymes is achieved, so that Coenzyme compositum ampoules are indicated in practically all phases to the right of the biological division, impregnation phases, degeneration phases and neoplasm phases, both as intermediate remedy and in continuous treatment in neoplasm phases with Ubichinon compositum ampoules, Thyreoidea compositum, Hepar compositum and intermediate injections of Glyoxal compositum (the latter only in rare injections or only on a single occasion). Therefore, in all enzyme damage, Ubichinon compositum ampoules, Coenzyme compositum, Galium-Heel, Engystol N and Traumeel S should be specially considered. These preparations enable a large proportion of endangered patients to be brought through the critical period. Coenzyme compositum ampoules can prevent or delay progressive vicariation and, therefore, deterioration to chronic illness and cancer, creating the preconditions for the reactivation of blocked respiratory enzymes. The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical appearance and the stage of the illness: At first 1 ampoule i.m., s.c. 3 times weekly, later only once to twice weekly, possibly alternating with other preparations.
With this preparation, which contains vitamins, a fleeting burning pain may occur upon s.c. injections.
Pharmacological and clinical notes
Acidum ascorbicum (Vitamin C)
Cofactor for enzyme functions (redox system)
Thiaminum hydrochloricum (Vitamin B1)
Cofactor for enzyme functions (oxydative decar-boxylation)
Natrium ribroflavinum phosphoricum (Vitamin B2)
Cofactor for enzyme functions flavoproteid and redox systems)
Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum (Vitamin B6)
Cofactor for enzyme functions (transaminases, dehydratases, desulphhydrases, decarboxy lases).
Nicotinamidum (nicotinamide)
Cofactor for enzyme functions (dehydratases)
Acidum cisaconiticum (aconitic acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, weakness of the defensive mechanism.
Acidum citricum (citric acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, arteriosclerosis.
Acidum fumaricum (fumaric acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and redox systems, conditions of exhaustion.
Acidum  (a-ketoglutaricum  (a-ketoglutaric acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems. Feeling of weakness
Acidum DL-malicum (malic acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, promotes detoxication.
Acidum succinicum (succinic acid)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, extreme fatigue with limbs heavy as lead.
Baryum oxalsuccinicum (barium oxalsuccinate)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of systems, to regulate disturbances of the endocrine system.
Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, weakness of the defensive mechanism.
Natrium pyruvicum (sodium pyruvate)
Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, promotes detoxication.
Cystein (cysteine)
SH-group-containing factor of redox potentials, retoxic disturbances, therapeutical damage.
Pulsatilla (wind flower)
Migrating disorders, vertigo, neuralgic pains, venous stasis.
Hepar sulfuris (calcium sulphide)
Great sensitivity to all pressure, tendency, towards suppurations, especially of the skin and Iymph glands.
Sulfur (sulphur)
Reagent for all chronic diseases.
Adenosinum triphosphoricum (adenosine triphosphate)
Support of the energy-consuming systems.
Nadidum (Nicotinamide-adenine-dinucleotide)
Biocatalyst, stimulation of the end oxidation in the respiratory chain.
Manganum phosphoricum manganese phosphate)
Conditions of exhaustion with anaemia, trace element action, especially for enzyme functions of the citric acid cycle.
Magnesium oroticum (magnesium orotate)
Trace element enzymatic action, especially for hepatic enzymes.
Cerium oxalicum (cerium oxalate)
Promotes utilization of oxygen; chronic vomiting, hyperemesis.
Coenzyme A (coenzyme A)
Coenzyme for transacetylation.
Acidum alpha-liponicum (thioctic acid)
Coenzyme in the decomposition of pyruvic acid.
Beta vulgaris conditiva (beetroot)
Reactivation of the cellular respiration, chronic catarrhal conditions.

 

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