In Neural therapy: specific treatment of all scars, non-specific brachial pain, Brachial nerve pain due to cervical entrapment, Intercostal nerve pain due to thoracic entrapment, Post-herpetic neuritis, Atypical facial neuritis (SlŸder syndrome, Charlin syndrome), Trigeminal neuritis, Pain of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), Arnold syndrome, Cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacro-lumbar nerve root pain.
Standard protocol for i.m. administration: 1 ampoule 1-3 times a week according to severity and clinical evolution (1-2 months of treatment).
Standard protocol according to mesotherapy technique using 1-2 ampoules per treatment: 2 treatments per week for the first 2 weeks, then 1 treatment a week until pain relief (ave- rage 8-10 sessions). For chronic pathologies: continue with 1 treatment a week for 1 month until pain relief, then 1 treatment a month.
Most Common Combinations:
Guna-Neural + Guna MD Muscle: mostly combined for the specific action on nerve repolarization + muscle relaxation, fibromyalgia syndrome, muscle pain due to the nerve entrapment.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Neck: all neural pain due to cervical syndromes.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Thoracic: all neural pain due to thoracic syndromes.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Lumbar: all neural pain due to low-back syndromes.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Hip: all neural pain due to hip or knee syndromes.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Shoulder: all neural pain due to shoulder or elbow syndromes.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Ischial: neuritis of the leg and sciatic neuralgia in hyperacute phase.
Guna-Neural + Guna-Flam: all nerve aches
Aconitum napellus 8X, 2 parts Beta-Endorphin 4C, 2 parts Colocynthis 4X, 2 parts
Ferrum phosphoricum 2X, 2 parts Formica rufa 8X, 2 parts
Gnaphalium polycephalum 6X, 2 parts Iris versicolor 8X, 2 parts
Kalmia latifolia 3X, 2 parts Neurotrophin 4 4C, 2 parts Paris quadrifolia 6X, 2 parts
Sterile isotonic sodium chloride solution