Blatta Orientalis: Alternative in Respiratory Conditions?

'Over a couple of decades of working with health optimization I first became aware of homeopathic Blatta orientalis (Bl.or.) in connection with acute and chronic respiratory spasms. Generally considered a "small" homeopathic remedy (i.e. a substance with a restricted range of action), Blatta orientalis traditionally is considered a bronchodilator and a homeopathic remedy suitable for overweight and obese individuals.

A recent research project studied the anti-asthmatic and anti-anaphylactic activities of Blatta orientalis mother tincture and concluded that it revealed "nonselective anti-asthmatic activity" and, by stabilizing mast cells and suppressing IgE and eosinophil cell count, it appears to have an anti-anaphylactic action.[3]'


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