16392Re: [FH] Chylothorax
- May 2, 2004I guess I incorrectly referred to rutin as a homeopathic remedy. *sorry*
It was an assumption on my part. I have only gone the traditional road for
treatment with my pets and not homeopathic.
In any event, Rutin can be purchased at GNC (which is where I bought it).
If you do a google search on chylothorax and rutin there are many sites
referencing its use with regard to Chylothorax.
JoAnn & Connor
1/2 30 mg Diltiazem 2x a day
1/2 of 2.5 mg Enalalpril daily
12.5 mg Lasix daily
low dose enteric coated Aspirin 2x a week for HCM
2 puffs AM, 1 puff PM 110 Flovent for Asthma
In a message dated 5/2/2004 5:56:24 PM Eastern Standard Time, Savionna writes:
In a message dated 5/1/04 7:44:48 AM, mainecoonsusa@... writes:
<< There is a homeopathic remedy that we tried that I have heard has been
successful. It's called Rutin. >>
Just to clarify, in case Stefanie is interested in pursuing complementary
There is a homeopathic remedy call *Ruta*, derived from the plant rue (Ruta
graveolens). It does act on the respiratory system (along with the rest of the
body)...but many remedies do. Homeopathic remedies are prepared in a unique
way from a variety of substances (incl plants)...and are prescribed according to
the entire symptom picture of the individual, not the symptoms of a disorder.
*Rutin* is a bioflavinoid that is found in many plants and that helps
strengthen capillaries, among other activities. It is available OTC as a nutritional
supplement (that is, not as a homeopathic) and often included in Vit C
preprations, with which it may work synergistically, as well as those designed to aid
varicose veins and broken capillaries. // Rosemary
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