Weravet Alleosal 20​

Weravet Alleosal 20


Sold as individual ampoules 

Each 2 ml ampoule contains:

Apis mellifica C6

Arsenum jodatum C12

Urtica urens C6

Sodium chloride (Water for injection)

Recommended Use:

To use as a regulation therapy for allergies / skin allergies

Normal dosage is 2 ampoules every 2 days for skin allergies alternating with Dermisal.  Alternatively an injection (1-3mls) may be given once a day for 2-3 days until there is complete healing, treatment should not extend past this point.

Break the vial/ampoule at the marker, and tap into a glass of water. To be taken with water over 15-20 minutes. Outside of food – 10-15 minutes. Alternatively may be injected.


  • Supplementary medicine pain when touched, nervous restlessness
  • For skin disturbances
  • Mucosal oedema
  • Swollen and painful eyes
  • Rapid absorption through the mucosal membrane
  • Kind on kidneys and liver
  • NON DOPING product as verified by the FEI Prohibited and Banned Substances list, including method of administration. (FEI Rules regarding administration of any products at recognized events must be adhered to)

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Apis mellifica C6 (Honey bee)

Arsenum jodatum C12 (Arsenic triodid)

Urtica urens C6 (Nettle)

Sodium chloride (Water for injection)

Product packaging description:

1 x 2 ml glass ampoule, branded.

Box describes:


Weravet 20 – Alleosal

40 ampoules


All homeopathic preparations should be kept in the cool and out of sunlight.  These products are not intended to replace veterinary care, but to support holistic treatments as guided by a health professional.


Pain when touched, nervous restlessness (Apis).  Collapse-like weakness with heat or chill (Apis).


Oedematous swelling of skin and suncutaneous tissue with pain and heat (Apis).  Outbreaks on the skin, burning and stinging (Apis).  Hives or other rash-like eruptions.  Swelling red or pink, itching, burning or stinging (Urtica).

Mucous membranes:

Oedema of the mucous membrane of the throat, the conjunctiva, the intestine and the bladder (Apis).


Swollen eyelids (Apis). Conjunctival swelling (Apis). Pain and burning sensations in the eyes (Ars jod)

Respiratory system:

Swelling of the nasal mucosa (Apis). Aqueous, sharp, hot and excoriating secretions (Ars jod). Pain and burning in the nose (Ars jod). Frequent sneezing (Ars jod). Sometimes chronic, thick, honey yellow or yellow green, excoriating secretions (Ars jod).


Inflammatory swelling of joints (Apis)