Traumeel® is a homeopathic medicine that contains a combination of 14 naturally occurring active ingredients. It is used for sprains, dislocations, bruises and bruises. Traumeel can also be used if the tendons, ligaments or muscles are overloaded. Various forms of application are available for this. In addition to tablets and drops, there are also creams and gels on the market with which you can rub the affected areas thinly.

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The homeopathic medicine Traumeel® is suitable for various acute injuries, as they often occur in the context of sporting activity. In addition to sprains, dislocations and bruises, bruises can also be treated with Traumeel®. In addition, the targeted treatment with Traumeel® is effective even when the tendons, ligaments or muscles are overloaded.

Further clinical and drug treatment is usually required for severe forms of the above injuries and illnesses. If there is no improvement after a few days, the patient should contact a doctor in any case and clarify the further procedure with him.

There are insufficient data available for the use of Traumeel® in children under 2 years of age. Therefore, the use of Traumeel® should be avoided with infants and small children. The use of Traumeel® should also be avoided in the case of systemic diseases and, if so, only in consultation with the attending physician.

Traumeel® S tablets

Traumeel® products are offered in different application forms. Traumeel® is also available in the form of tablets. According to the manufacturer, the combination of active ingredients should develop its effect from within. Both packs of 50 and 250 are available on the market. To treat the injuries, the tablets should be taken 3 times a day. It is taken before meals. The tablets should be allowed to pass slowly in the mouth. In the case of acute symptoms, the dose can also be increased if necessary.
It is possible to take up to 8 tablets a day. In children and adolescents, the dosage must be adjusted according to the information in the package insert. Therapy with Traumeel® S tablets should not last longer than 8 weeks without medical advice. If symptoms do not improve, a doctor should always be consulted. Possible side effects that can occur during the course of therapy are increased salivation and possible allergic reactions or intolerance reactions to the ingredients.

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Creams and ointments

In addition to the use of Traumeel® as a tablet, creams and ointments are also available. According to the manufacturer, these act directly through the skin on the various injuries. The creams are available in tubes of 50 and 100 grams. To treat the injuries, the cream is applied thinly to the affected area up to three times a day, as required. If necessary, a bandage can also be applied over it.
The Traumeel® cream can also be used on infants and small children. However, contact with the eyes and mucous membranes and open wounds should be avoided. Similar to the use of tablets, side effects can also occur when using creams. Intolerance reactions and allergies to the ingredients are possible. These often show up in the area of ​​the affected skin area and are noticeable as redness, swelling and itching.


Another form of Traumeel® is application in the form of drops. As with the tablets, the effect of Traumeel® should be achieved from within. There are probably 30 and 100 ml packs available on the market. It should be noted that Traumeel® drops contain alcohol.

In adults, the drops should be administered three times a day. 10 drops are swallowed each time. In the case of acute and serious complaints, the dose can be increased up to eight times a day. For children and adolescents, the dose must be adjusted according to the package insert. The drops should always be taken before meals. The drops can be swallowed in combination with a glass of water. Side effects comparable to those of tablets or creams can also occur. Intolerance reactions to ingredients are possible. In addition, allergic skin reactions (redness, swelling, itching) can occur.


Another application form of Traumeel® are gels. These are available in both 50 and 100 g tubes. When using it, care should be taken that the gel is not applied to open skin areas, mucous membranes or areas of skin that have been treated with radiation. Use in children under one year of age is not recommended due to insufficient data.

The Traumeel® gel should be applied to the affected area twice a day. It can also be used more often if necessary. As the symptoms subside, however, care should be taken to ensure that it is used less and less for the treatment of injuries. As with the other forms of application of Traumeel®, comparable side effects are possible. Allergic skin reactions (reddening, swelling, itching) can occur.

Traumeel® Vet

Traumeel® is also offered for animals. Different products are available for this, depending on the animal: gels, ampoules, tablets. Depending on the product, Traumeel is applied or consumed differently each day. The exact information can be found in the respective package insert. It is often used in horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, dogs and cats. Before using Traumeel®, a veterinary examination should always take place.

Alcohol - is it okay?

A well-known principle of homeopathy states that the healing effect of homeopathic medicines is influenced and canceled out by generally damaging factors in the way of life (such as alcohol). For this reason, the consumption of alcohol should be avoided as far as possible during therapy with Traumeel. However, there are no studies or experience reports that support the influence of alcohol on the effectiveness of the drug.


The prices of Traumeel® vary depending on the form of application (tablets, cream, gel, drops). The price for a pack of 250 tablets is approximately 25 euros. For a cream with 100g you have to pay about 10 euros. The Traumeel® gel with 50g costs about 8 euros. A pack of 100ml Traumeel® drops is available for around 25 euros.

The prices for the animal products from Traumeel® differ significantly from the products for humans. A pack of 100 ampoules costs around 150 euros, while a pack of 500 tablets costs around 50 euros.

Active ingredient and effect

The homeopathic medicine Traumeel® contains an active ingredient combination of 14 different ingredients. It contains small amounts of yarrow, monkshood, Bergwohlverleih, deadly nightshade, daisy, marigold, purpuer coneflower, narrow-leaved sunflower, magic shrub, lime sulfur liver, St. John's wort, chamomile, comfrey and Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni.

By combining these active ingredients, it supports the healing of various injuries. In addition to sprains, dislocations and bruises, bruises can also heal faster. Overloaded tendons, ligaments or muscles can regenerate better.

While some ingredients have an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect (for example comfrey), other ingredients strengthen the immune system (including sun hat) and others have a positive effect on the healing process (including calendula or chamomile).