Aconite

Aconite

Aconite Napellus is also known as Monkshood, Wolf’s Bane, Granny’s Nightcap and Iron Hat. In homeopathy it’s used for a range of acute ailments where symptoms are characteristically acute, sudden, violent, painful and accompanied by intense fear.

Aconite is an excellent remedy for the treatment of panic and terror attacks, where the condition is triggered by a sudden frightful experience. It is indicated in ailments arising shock, for example on hearing bad news, near death experiences, injury (eg. accident), and surgical procedures.

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Stramonium

Stramonium

Stramonium is a remedy successfully used in the treatment of fear, anxiety and panic disorders, as well as many childhood acute ailments. The Stramonium picture produces sharp, intense and even violent symptoms that include night terrors, fear of the dark, fear of danger, delirium and hallucinations. There is also violent thirst and dryness of the mouth, lips and throat. The face is bright red and the eyes are dilated and wild.

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Arsencium Album

Arsencium Album

Arsenicum is a homeopathic remedy that’s successfully used in the treatment of anxiety, restless and anguish. The remedy is characterised by anxiety, fear, restlessness, irritability and a dependency on other people. The central theme of Arsenicum is a feeling of being too weak to survive a world that’s chaotic and threatening place. Therefore, the Arsenicum type leans on others for support and over time becomes dependent and demanding.

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Facts About Homeopathic Remedies

Facts About Homeopathic Remedies
  1. There are more than 4,000 homeopathic medicines.
  2. Every true homeopathic medicine is made using one substance -- whether plant, animal or mineral.
  3. Remedies are commonly made by crushing a plant, animal or mineral substance then putting it into a solvent such as grain alcohol.
  4. Insoluble solids, such as quartz and oyster shell, are diluted by grinding them with lactose.
  5. The extract is then further diluted in a mixture of alcohol and water. The process is repeated many times to achieve a therapeutic dilution.
  6. After each dilution the mixture is vigorously agitated in a machine or by hand that delivers a calibrated amount of shaking. This is called succussion.
  7. The process of succussion is believed to leave an energetic imprint of the medicinal substance throughout the body of water.
  8. Remedies can be administered in many forms, including tablets, ointments, liquid, or sprays.
  9. Homeopathic remedies are non-drowsy and non-habit forming. They cause no side effects and no conflicts with other medicines.
  10. Homeopathy is safe for women to take during pregnancy, and safe for children and old people.
  11. Homeopathic remedies are cheap at around £6 per prescription.
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What are homeopathic remedies made from?

What are homeopathic remedies made from?

Homeopathic remedies are made from natural substances, whether animal, mineral, plant or imponderable.  All homeopathic remedies which have been identified for use have undergone a series of dilutions and succussions (shaken) to make various potencies for prescription use.  The repetition of this particular process eventually dilutes the original substance beyond its physical form and it is still scientifically unknown how this can work.

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