Allopurinol

No spectrum visualisation available now
Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Immune and Lymphatic
Urinary
Blood and Cardiovascular
Source
Allopathy
For whom
People
Allopurinol is used to decrease high blood uric acid levels. In particular, it is used to prevent gout and kidney stones due to either uric acid or calcium oxalate. It can also be used to treat uric acid nephropathy and tumor lysis syndrome.


L
Jul 01, 2021
I have been taking Allopurinol tablets to treat my gout, as prescribed by my Doctor for several years now. To control my gout using the Allopurinol imprint, would I need to use the Allopurinol imprint daily, as I do with the tablet, or only for a short treatment period (under my Doctor’s supervision) to control my gout and allow me to stop taking the medication?.
Hi Larry, we suggest using ICs additionally to an actual substance, drinking IC water as usual - at least 3 times every day, 2oz (50ml) each time. Later if your Doctor suggests reducing the dose of the substance you can do so.

Similar ICs
Imprint For the temporary relief of minor inflammation and irritation in the area of the urogenital tract including cramping, colic and discomfort. May be ...
Imprint Calcium D-glucarate is a chemical that is similar to the naturally occurring substance known as glucaric acid. Calcium D-glucarate is made by combi...
Imprint Calcium (Citrate) is the chelated form of the mineral calcium using citric acid and is highly absorbable. It is necessary for normal functioning of...