Dr. Reckeweg Cactus Glandiflorus 30 CH (11ml) : Chest complaints, Constriction, congestion, easy clot forms, dissolve


Also known as

Tobacco G



30 CH




40 (gms)


3, 2, 3, and 7.4 millimeters

Dr. Reckeweg Cactus Grandiflorus

Common names: Cereus in nocturnal bloom

Causes and symptoms forDr. Reckeweg Cactus Grandiflorus

  • Congestive headaches, which feel as though there is a weight on the vertex and are recurrent, dangerous, and worse on the right side, respond best to cactus.
  • The heart feels as though it is being constricted, as if an iron band is restricting it from beating normally, when Cactus Grandiflorus is taken.
  • Pains are pricking in nature and feel as though the entire body is caged, with each wire being twisted ever-tighter.
  • Dyspnea (breathlessness) at the slightest exertion, quick, throbbing, tense, and hard pulse, and pains radiating to the left scapula, back, and axilla.
  • Cactus favors the rapid dissolution of clots. It is worsened by walking, lying on the left side while sleeping, and at night.
  • causes constrictions by acting on the circular muscle fibers.
  • Constrictions resembling an iron band, as well as sensations in the esophagus, bladder, and other locations, are defining symptoms.
  • The entire body feels caged, with each wire becoming more tightly twisted. There is hemorrhage, constriction, periodicity, and spasmodic pain.
  • Congestion, erroneous blood flow, rapid clot formation, and high periodicity all favor clot formation.
  • Chilliness that is not alleviated by covering is another indication for Cactus Grandiflorus.


-Death-fearing, melancholic, reserved, depressed, and sour-tempered.

– Painful screams; nervousness


– Health concerns and heart disease fears get worse when you wake up in the morning.

– Light and noise sensitive.

– A challenge in writing out ideas.


– CONSTRUCTION, a sharp pain, like being cowed by barbed wire.

– Clogging in the painful area.

– Thrombosis, internal hemorrhage, and hemorrhages with constriction.

– Lying, especially on the left side, worse at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

– It’s better outside.

– Periodicity


– Headache if forced to stay out past dinner time.

– Vertigo sensation, right-sided pulsating pain, congestive headaches that come and go and are potentially apoplexic.

– Head feels compressed, as if it were in a vise, with enlarging blood vessels to the head.

Right-sided constricting pains that return daily at the same hour, dim vision, and pulsation in the ears

– At 11:00 p.m., there was sharp pain and a pressure-like sensation.

– A nosebleed and congested, reddened face come after the pain.

-Talking noise is worse than fasting; pressure is better.


– Prolonged coryza and severe bleeding from the nose.

Epistaxis, caused by congestion


– Traffic jams.

– Right side of the body hurts more, least amount of effort, wine, noise, and light.


– Esophageal constriction makes swallowing challenging and necessitates drinking when eating

– A burning sensation on the tongue; eating requires a lot of liquid.

– In angina pectoris, a suffocating constriction at the throat accompanied by full, throbbing carotids

– An uncomfortable constriction coupled with carotid pulsation


Vomiting blood or feeling constricted, heavy, or pulsating in the stomach.


– Black, hard stools; morning diarrhea.

– Anus feels heavy and swollen, and hemorrhoids are painful.

– Bowel bleeding when suffering from heart symptoms and malarial fevers.


– The bladder’s neck becoming constricted, which results in urine retention.

– Bladder bleeding with urethral blood clots.

– A constant urge to urinate


– The uterus and ovaries are constricted.

-Dysmenorrhea, which causes pulsating uterine and ovarian pain.

– Early, pitch-black, ceasing periods that are accompanied by heart symptoms when lying down.

– Excruciating cramping while in labor or during menstruation.

– Menstrual clots, each of which passes and temporarily relieves pain.

– Pains that tighten up during sex.


– Breathing difficulty brought on by a weight on the chest.

– A tightening in the chest that makes it difficult to breathe.

– A band of iron squeezing the heart.

Palpitations, a pain that travels down the left arm, and angina pectoris.

– Hemoptysis accompanied by convulsive coughing fits.

– Diaphragm inflammation, which makes breathing extremely difficult.

– Talking loudly, exertion, and lying on one’s left side can all aggravate the pain.

– Left arm pain that extends, along with hand edema and breathing difficulty.

Palpitations made worse by exertion, from unrequited affections, lying on the left side, and during menstruation.

– The weight of oppression.


– Heart disease-related asthma;

– Mucus rattling.

– Repeated spells of suffocation.


– Endocarditis accompanied by violent and quick action, as well as mitral insufficiency.

– Performs best when cardiac incompetence is just beginning.

– Arteriosclerosis-related heart weakness. Heart from smoking.

– A ferocious palpitation that gets worse when lying on the left side around the time of menstruation.

– Angina pectoris, characterized by a constant iron band sensation, cold sweat, and suffocation.

– Left arm and neck pain radiating from the apex.

Flatulence, dyspnea, and palpitations are also present.

Heart pain and stitches that are extremely acute; constriction; weak, erratic, quick, and without strength pulse.

– Enlarged ventricle, excessive impulse, increased precordial dullness, and endocardial murmurs.

High blood pressure.


– Hands and feet edema, enlarged feet, soft hands, and heart issues.

– Irritated legs, numbness in the left arm, and icy hands.

– Rheumatic complaints; worse evening; rest; starting to move; better continuing motion.


– Lack of sleep due to the pulsation in various body parts.

– Unsettling dreams accompanied by falling dreams.


– A daily hour-long fever.

Back coldness and bone-chilling hands.

– Intermittent; hemorrhages accompanying incomplete paroxysms that start around noon (11 am).

– Coldness and extreme agony are the dominant sensations.

– An ongoing temperature that is below normal.


Laying on my left side at noon is the worst; at 11 am and 11 pm, I walk and go upstairs; being outside is better.

Side effects of Dr. Reckeweg Cactus Grandiflorus

Although there are no such side effects, it is still important to take each medication according to the instructions.

Even if you are taking other forms of medication, such as those obtained through allopathy, ayurveda, etc., it is safe to take the medication.

The effectiveness of other medications is never hampered by homeopathic remedies.

Dosage and rules while taking Dr. Reckeweg Cactus Grandiflorus

Three times per day, mix five drops in a half cup of water.

The globules can also be used as medicine; take them as directed by your doctor, usually three times per day.

We advise you to use medical advice when taking.

Precautions while taking Dr. Reckeweg Cactus Grandiflorus

If you take medication, make sure to wait 15 minutes between eating and taking it.

Consult a homeopathic doctor prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing.

While taking medication, refrain from consuming alcohol or tobacco.

Terms and Conditions

Homeopathic medicines have a variety of uses and are prescribed based on symptom similarity; it is assumed that you have sought medical advice before purchasing this medication and are not self-medicating.

BrandDr. Reckeweg
Remedy TypeHomeopathic
Country of OriginGermany
Homeo FormsDilution
Potency30 CH / 30CH
Price₹ 125

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