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Dercut Ointment


Dercut OIntment Keynotes: Contact dermatitis.

Dercut Ointment 100 g (3.5 oz)

Dercut OIntment Product Info – Composition:
Spagyric and/or homeopathic preparations of:

Centella asiatica 4X
Daphne mezerium 12X
Fumaria officinalis 6X
Helianthum Canadensis 3X
Ledum palustre 6X
Ranunculus bulbosus 4X
Smilax (Sarsaparilla) 12X
Viola tricolor 4X

Available as topical ointment or as drops for internal use.

Clinical Indications:
This ointment is fast-acting and very impressive for removing the rash and itching of contact dermatitis. Gardeners and hikers will use this frequently if they are susceptible to rashes from contact with certain plants and thorns.
The immediate rash and itching from these triggers responds well to Dercut. However, once the delayed histamine-based immune system hyper-reactivity has set in, Skin Care Penicillium frequentans cream is more appropriate. If itching and rash persists after the first day, alternating the two works best. A failure to respond to these 2 remedies can occur in severe adrenal cortical deficiency, where there is insufficient production of cortisol and cortisone to mount an adequate anti-inflammatory response.

Contact dermatitis.

Rash due to toxins in subcutaneous lymphatics.

Topical ointment is used 2 to 4 times per day.

Drops are used ¼ to ½ teaspoon per dose 2 or 3 times daily.

Duration of Use:
Ointment is used until skin rash is resolved.

Oral drops are used generally for 4 weeks while cleansing the matrix, to mobilize toxins that have become lodged in the subcutaneous lymphatics.

Combines Well With:
If symptoms persist past the first day, as they will tend to do with severe irritant exposure such as poison oak and poison ivy and certain insect stings, alternate Dercut with SyAllgen.


Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 2 in


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