Read the first little bit. Not too encouraging.
I don't know if this is true or not. I say that because I know Wikipedia gets a bad rap sometimes.
Personally, I'm a fan of Wikipedia, and typically accept whatever's on there as truth, unless it's very obviously fake (the editors are usually quick to correct any inaccuracies though). But, enough of that.
Now, I know there's a barium that occurs naturally in some things - you'll find it in a lot of liquid trace mineral products. That's not to say it's necessarily good for you though - I've seen a couple products with tons of heavy metals in them (likely in small quantities, but still).
I think that's a different type though.
As for the product as a whole, I really can't say. I do not have much experience with homeopathics. Though, I have heard good things from some users. Plus, looking at the ingredients list, it is hard for me to decipher just what is in it past the echinacea and cistus. I feel like they've renamed them as well, which is strange to me. Baryta carbonica? I'm sure there's a reason for this, but thinking of it as an effort to try an make it sound exotic is funny to me. lol
But, again, I know they have helped some people, so maybe?
I guess I would give it a shot, unless I were really unsettled by one of the ingredients. If not, there's the usual red root of course. I've also seen a few combination tinctures for lymph. I apologize for not being able to link any. I do not use any myself.
Post Edited (NotQuiteAntonio) : 2/17/2016 12:57:36 AM (GMT-7)