Suggested Use:  Take 20 drops twice daily in beverage and drink slowly or as directed by your healthcare provider.

Guna Spasm Oral Drops provides temporary relief of symptoms of minor musculoskeletal pain due to spasm and hypertonic muscles.†

Guna Spasm Oral drops supports the following:*

  • spasms of the smooth muscles (stomach, intestine, bladder, uterus, urinary tract, biliary tract, vessels)
  • spasms of the striated muscles
  • symptomatic treatment of biliary, renal, and gas colic

Note: For symptomatic treatment of spastic pain: Add Guna Flam

For dysmenorrhea: Add Guna PMS.

Guna low dose medicines are unique, due to the ingredients, the specific dilutions and the special manufacturing process. These medicines refer to the so-called Physiological Regulating Medicine and are designed according to a specific criterion: “the structure of Guna low dose medicines reflects the etiopathogenesis of the disease”.

Physiological Regulating Medicine represents the most up-to-date integration of conventional medicine and low dose medicine. Physiological Regulating Medicine includes the most recent knowledge about Psycho-Neuro-Endocrine-Immunology (PNEI), Molecular Biology and Nutrition; its innovative therapeutic approach is inspired by evidence-based low dose medicine.  It is the next generation of homeopathy.

Guna Spasm Active ingredients & Purposes:

Agaricus campestris 4X_____Antispastic

Anti interleukin 1 alpha 4C_____Anti-inflammatory

Atropine sulfate 6X_____Pain Relief

Berberis vulgaris 3X_____Detoxification

beta-Endorphin 4C_____Pain Relief

Chelidonium majus 4X_____Detoxification

Cobaltum metallicum 4X_____Antispastic

Colocynthis 4X_____Back Sore

Gelsemium 6X_____Analgesic

Interleukin 10 4C_____Anti-inflammatory

Magnesium metallicum 4X_____Antispastic

Melatonin 4C_____Antispastic

Sympathetic nerve 200X_____Pain Relief

Vagal nerve 6X_____Pain Relief

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE

†*All these statements and information on the product descriptions and this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.