Glonoinum in homeopathy: properties, benefits and uses (all you need to know)

Glonoinum is a homeopathic remedy useful for rather bloody, angry and hypertensive people. Thanks to its properties it is indicated for the treatment of headaches and for disorders related to menopause. Let’s find out more.

Description of the plant

Glonoinum is the homeopathic remedy that coincides with nitroglycerin, the well-known powerful explosive. Glonium comes in liquid form, with a rather oily consistency and its color is yellow. In medicine it is usually used in the form of trinitrin against angina pectoris. In homeopathy in the form of sublingual granules.

When using Glonoinum

The remedy Glonoinum is generally used in the following main cases:

  • Congestive, violent, explosive, pulsating headache, with a feeling of blood supply to the head. Or even against the headache that occurs after an insolation. It can be considered the ideal homeopathic remedy after sunstroke.
  • State of mental confusion, difficulty in orienting and recognizing people.
  • Tachycardia, palpitations and a feeling of strong arterial pulsations, which often rhythmically accompany the headache.
  • Arterial hypertension.
  • Hot flashes and against vasomotor problems that occur in menopause.
  • Dizziness in hypertensive people.
  • Delay in menstruation or even interruption.
  • Apoplexy, sudden emotion, strong excitement, terror, fear, as if something scary was about to happen.

The symptoms worsen with heat, with scrolls and shocks, with noise and under a light that heats; improves in the open air, squeezing the head in the hands, sitting.

Doses and administration

Generic indications include Glonoinum 9 CH 2-3 granules at the onset of disorders. The granules should be taken away from meals, to be left to dissolve in the mouth since sublingual absorption is decisive for the effectiveness of the remedy.

In any case, it is always good to consult your trusted homeopathic doctor.

Who is Glonoinum recommended for?

The characteristic subject is in general a rather bloody, angry, hypertensive, nervous individual. The Patient Glonium experiences a strong blood supply to the head, accompanied by a dizzying state and headache.

This makes him often bring his hands to shake his head; the state worsens with short and interrupted sleep, improves with prolonged and quiet sleep.

Sudden circulatory disorders, in addition to causing headaches, also cause tachycardia and mental confusion in the person, so the patient feels strongly frightened.


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