Heel are an international pharmaceutical company specialising in natural medicines. With our medical and scientific expertise, we stand behind our medicines such as Traumeel. Every day we are committed to providing patients worldwide with effective and well tolerated therapeutic solutions.
We Promote Healing
Instead of suppressing symptoms
The human body’s capabilities are impressive, multi-faceted, and highly complex. Our medicines take advantage of this potential. With natural ingredients they activate, regulate, and modulate the body’s own processes to effectively support healing.
We Conduct Research
According to highest scientific standards
Research is part of our identity. We conduct clinical studies to prove the efficacy and safety of our pharmaceuticals or preclinical studies to investigate the mode of action of our medicines in detail.
We meet our research ambitions through ground-breaking technologies, a global network of leading scientists, following the principles of evidence-based medicine.
Insights into biological effects
Because Heel drugs are combinations of natural active ingredients designed to act on multiple targets, their modes of action are much broader than those of synthetic drugs.
We use modern technologies – amongst others also transcriptomics – to explore biological activity. This is an excellent method for investigating the effects of our multi-target drugs.
Research work involving internationally standardized technology platforms provides insights into the biological properties of our drugs from the perspective of systems biology. Independent international research laboratories have reported significant results using these modern laboratory methods.
The study results are presented at scientific conferences, where they have attracted considerable interest, and are published in respected peer reviewed scientific journals.
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