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Formulated for associated symptoms such as grief, despondency, difficult concentration, irritability, oversensitivity and prolonged sadness.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Blues~Mood Support may be administered for the following conditions:
Angelica sinensis, radix: Loss of appetite; Difficulty concentrating; General restlessness.
Aralia quinquefolia: Thinking is difficult; Disposition to weep; Anxious about the future.
Argentum nitricum: Melancholic; Fears; Talks about his sufferings; Weeps, says he is lost beyond hope; Childish talk.
Arsenicum album: Expression of agony; Oversensitive; Melancholy; Fear of death and being left alone.
Berberis aquifolium: Unhappiness and depression, sometimes coming on suddenly; Drowsy during the day.
Capsicum annuum: Wants to be alone; Peevish, irritable, angry, easily offended.
Cinchona officinalis: Insomnia; Irritable, sensitive and very touchy.
Digitalis purpurea: Anxious about the future; Wants to be alone.
Echinacea: Confused, depressed or crossed; Felt depressed and much out of sorts; Angry when corrected, worse when contradicted.
Gelsemium sempervirens: Effects of emotions; Effects of grief, cannot cry, broods over loss.
Ginkgo biloba: Mental weakness; Irrational fear and volubility.
Hypericum perforatum: Depression and melancholy; Weakness of memory.
Ignatia amara: Great weakness of memory; Sad and tearful; Sighing and sobbing.
Iodium: Dejected with tendency to weep or intolerably cross and restless; Suicidal tendency.
Kali bromatum: Depression and insomnia; Melancholy, much concern about health, complains without cause.
Kali carbonicum: Alternating moods; Weeps much; Menopause disorders.
Magnesia phosphorica: Very forgetful; Dullness and inability to think clearly.
Natrum carbonicum: Irritable; Estrangement from individuals and from society; Occupied with sad thoughts.
Natrum muriaticum: Ill effects of grief, disappointed love, fright, anger; Scattered thoughts.
Phosphorus: Over-sensitive to external impressions; Apathy indifference even towards own children.
Salix nigra: Impotence; Disposition to lie down and sleep.
Sanguinaria canadensis: Angry irritability, moroseness (gloomy).
Sepia: Angry, sensitive, irritable, easily offended and miserable; Irritability alternating with indifference of sulks.
Stramonium: Cannot bear solitude or darkness.
Formulated for symptoms associated with constipation such as difficult elimination, hard stools, pain, cramping, itching and bloating.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Constipation may be administered for the following conditions:
Abies nigra: Constipation; Pain in the stomach always comes after eating.
Aesculus hippocastanum: Constipation; Hard, dry, knotty, white stools.
Aloe socotrina: Constipation with heavy pressure in lower part of abdomen; Bad effects from sedentary life or habits.
Alumina: Constipation of infants and old people from inactive rectum and in women of very sedentary habit; Itching and burning at anus; Even a soft (stool) is passed with difficulty.
Bryonia: Constipation; Burning in anus with stools.
Carbo vegetabilis: Constipation; Discharge of blood from rectum; Hard tough scanty stool; Ineffective evacuations.
Chelidonium majus: Constipation; Stools float; Burning and itching of anus; Alternating constipation and diarrhea.
Collinsonia canadensis: Most obstinate constipation with portruding hemorrhoids; Constipation during pregnancy, with dysmenorrhea, following labor.
Echinacea: Blood flows after stools; Abdomen is tender and distended.
Graphites: Constipation, large, difficult, knotty stools united by mucus threads; Smarting, sore pain in anus upon wiping it.
Hydrastis canadensis: Raw, smarting in rectum with stools, remaining long afterward; Obstinate constipation.
Iris versicolor: Constipation; Anus feels sore as if sharp points sticking in it.
Kali carbonicum: Constipation after or during menses; Burning in rectum and anus.
Lycopodium clavatum: Constipation in pregnancy; Stool is hard, difficult, small and incomplete; Constipation of long standing.
Magnesia muriatica: Stools dry, knotty of little balls like sheep’s dung, gray; Absence of desire for stool.
Mezereum: Constipation after confinement; Stools hard, large as if they would split the anus.
Nux vomica: Constipation with frequent ineffectual urging; A constipated feeling, whatever the state of the bowels.
Phytolacca decandra: Constipation; Constipation of the aged and those with a weak heart.
Podophyllum peltatum: Constipation alternating with diarrhea; Constipation, clay-colored, hard, dry, difficult.
Rhamnus purshiana: Hemorrhoids and severe constiaption.
Sanicula: Stool of one large heavy mass, foul like rotten cheese, dry small balls, must be removed or crumbles at the verge anus; After intense straining, the stool, which was nearly evacuated, recedes.
Selenium metallicum: Hard evacuations, followed by a discharge of mucus or of blood when passing the last portion of it.
Sepia: Constipation obstinate, no urging for days; Dark brown, round balls glued together with mucus.
Silicea: Constipation always before and during menses; Stools retained for fear of pain.
Tabacum: Habitual constipation.
Taraxacum officinale: Constipation following an abundant expulsion of feces; Itching of perineum.
Veratrum album: Constipation from inactivity of rectum with heat and headache; Stools large with much straining until copious and forcibly evacuated, followed by great prostration (extreme exhaustion).
Zincum metallicum: Itching at anus during stools.
Formulated for symptoms associated with ear conditions such as pain, fever, inflammation, redness, congestion, itching and pressure.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Ear Care may be administered for the following conditions:
Apis mellifica: External ear red, inflamed, sore.
Arsenicum album: Ear disorders; Earache; Thin, offensive discharge from ear.
Belladonna: Hot, sensitive and painful ears; Tearing pain in middle ear.
Bryonia: Roaring, buzzing, ringing, humming in ears.
Capsicum annuum: Swelling and pain behind ears; Burning and stinging in ears.
Causticum: Ear disorders; Chronic middle ear catarrh (drainage) and great accumulation of wax.
Cinchona officinalis: External ear sensitive to touch; Hardness of hearing.
Conium maculatum: Earache on swallowing; Ears feel stopped up when blowing nose.
Dulcamara: Earache with nausea, whole night, preventing sleep; Earache with middle ear catarrh.
Echinacea: Anti-infective; Shooting pain in right ear.
Ferrum phosphoricum: Acute otitis; First stage of otitis (inflammation of ear).
Hepar sulphuris calcareum: Otitis media, painful; Ears are sensitive to touch, wind; Discharge of fetid pus from ears.
Hydrastis canadensis: Sinus congestion; Pain in right ear; Ear disorders.
Influenzinum: Law of similars; Otitis of influenza; Fever.
Kali sulphuricum: Earache, pain; Discharge of yellow matter; Watery, sticky, thin discharge.
Lycopodium clavatum: Thick, yellow offensive discharge.
Mercurius vivus: Glandular swellings; Ear infections; Pains worse in ear with warmth of bed at night.
Mezereum: Ears feel too open, as if tympanum was exposed to cold air.
Phosphorus: Echoes and sounds in ears.
Plantago major: Sticking pain in ears; Pain goes from one ear to the other; As if a foreign body in ear.
Pulsatilla: Earache worse at night; Lobes of ears swollen; Hearing difficult as if ear were stuffed up.
Silicea: Earache; Abscess of middle ear; Perforated drum; Crusty formations in ears.
Tellurium metallicum: Acrid discharge; Deafness; Itching, swelling, throbbing.
Verbascum thapsus: Earache; Numbness in left ear.
Formulated for associated symptoms such as skin discoloration, discomfort and swelling due to fluid retention.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Edema~Fluid Retention may be administered for the following conditions:
Apis mellifica: Swelling or puffing up of various parts, edema; Edema of hands; Legs and feet waxy, pale, swollen and edematous.
Arsenicum album: Edematous swelling of face; Abdomen swollen and painful; Swelling of feet.
Cantharis: Painful swelling of genitals (male); Dropsy (edema).
Cinchona officinalis: Ear lobules red and swollen; Dropsy (edema) after loss of fluids, hemorrhages.
Colchicum autumnale: Dropsy (edema); Tingling and edematous swelling of face, cheeks red, hot sweaty; Edematous swelling and coldness of legs and feet.
Convallaria majalis: Dropsy (edema).
Crotalus horridus: Edema in general or of affected part; Lips, swollen, stiff and numb; Tongue enormously swollen, protruded.
Digitalis purpurea: Swelling of the feet; Fingers swell at night.
Elaps corallinus: Arms and hands swollen and bluish, covered with red spots; Weight and swelling of the testes.
Juniperus communis: Dropsy (edema) with suppression of urine.
Lachesis mutus: Enormous swelling of lips; Blue-black swellings.
Lappa major: Profuse and frequent urination; Glands disorders.
Mercurius vivus: Glandular swellings; Dropsical swelling of feet and legs.
Naja tripudians: Swelling of body; Edematous swelling of face; Swelling of feet.
Natrum carbonicum: Puffiness; Legs swollen, red, inflamed, and covered with ulcers.
Natrum sulphuricum: Swelling of axillary glands; Edema of feet.
Rhus toxicodendron: Swollen round ankles after sitting too long, particularly in traveling; Swelling of feet in evening.
Sambucus nigra: Hands and feet bloated and blue; Edematous swelling in legs, insteps and feet.
Solidago virgaurea: Function of kidneys improved by this remedy; Lower limbs with edema and itching.
Strophanthus hispidus: Anasarca (generalized, systemic edema).
Taraxacum officinale: Frequent urination; Deficiency of the liver and bladder.
Thuja occidentalis: Inflammation; Glandular enlargement.
Urtica urens: Urine suppressed.
Vipera berus: Worse on letting the limb hang down; When limbs are allowed to hang down, it seems as if they would burst and the pain is unbearable.
Formulated for symptoms associated with eye conditions such as eye strain, itching, pressure, redness, styes, swelling, twitching and sensitivity.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Eye Care may be administered for the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Eye disorders; Eyes red and inflamed, with deep redness of the vessels, and intolerable pains; Aversion to light.
Allium cepa: Itching, biting, burning in the eyes; Eyes red, sensitive to touch.
Arsenicum album: Affections of the eyes; Yellow colour, spots, or white points and sparks before the eyes; Weakness, obscuration, and loss of sight.
Bryonia: Presbyopia, (diminished ability to focus); Pressure on the eyes, as if from sand, especially morning and evening.
Calendula: Cornea injuries; Injuries to eye which tend to suppuration after surgery.
Chelidonium majus: Dazzling spots before the eyes; Mucous in eyes; Tears fairly gush out.
Cineraria maritima: Cataract; Eye injury.
Echinacea: Brows twitch; Eyes ache when reading; Sharp pains in eyes.
Euphrasia officinalis: Opacities of cornea after injury; Cataract with watery eyes.
Graphites: Hot tears; Eyelids red and swollen; Cystic tumors on eyelids.
Lycopodium clavatum: Polyps on external canthi (where upper and lower eyelids meet); Styes on lids.
Mercurius corrosivus: Burning in eyes.
Nux vomica: Eye disorders; Optic nerve atrophy from habitual use of tobacco or intoxicants.
Phosphorus: Cataract; Edema of lids and about eyes; Black points seem to float before the eyes.
Phytolacca decandra: Feeling of sand under lids; Motion of one eye independent of the other.
Picricum acidum: Sensation of sand in eyes, with smarting pain and acrid tears; Pupils dilated; Eyes yellow.
Pulsatilla: Eye disorders; Cataract; Great sensibility of eyes to light, which causes lancinating pains (and in sunshine).
Rhus toxicodendron: Old eye injuries; Profuse flow of pus from eyes; Pressure and burning sensation in eyes.
Sulphur: Affections of the eyes; Quivering of eyelids; Sparks and white spots, or dancing flies, black points, and spots before eyes.
Formulated for symptoms of mental and physical exhaustion associated with illness, stress, emotional sensitivity and low energy.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Fatigue Fighter may be administered for the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Ailments of immune system; Sudden and great sinking of strength.
Adrenalinum: Great sleepiness and drowsiness; Sleepiness from 3 to 6 p.m.
Aralia quinquefolia: Stimulant and removes feelings of fatigue.
Arnica montana: Severe fatigue causes restlessness and sleeplessness; Overworked and exhausted.
Arsenicum album: Disturbed, anxious, restless sleep; Oversensitive; Anemia.
Baptisia tinctoria: Inability to think; Aversion to mental and bodily exhaustion.
Bryonia: Physical weakness on slightest exertion; Every spot in the body is painful to pressure.
Cantharis: Constantly attempts to do something but accomplishes nothing.
Chelidonium majus: Lethargic; Sleepiness without being able to sleep.
Cinchona officinalis: Effects of mercury poisoning; Sleeplessness; Wakens too early.
Echinacea: General weakness of limbs; Drowsy condition with yawning; Wakes often.
Ginkgo biloba: Mentally weak and exhausted; Poor concentration; Absent-minded and forgetful.
Iodium: Thyroid disorders; Great weakness during menses; Insomnia.
Kali carbonicum: “Giving-out” sensation; Awakes at about 2-4 a.m., with nearly all complaints; Debility.
Kali iodatum: Irritable; Weeping from slight cause, sadness, anxiety.
Lachesis mutus: Sleepiness yet cannot sleep; Great physical and mental tension.
Lycopodium clavatum: Influenza; Weak memory; Heaviness in arms.
Lycopus virginicus: Sleep restless, full of troublesome dreams.
Natrum muriaticum: Brain-fag; Easy exhaustion; Awakes feeling weak.
Nux vomica: Sleepless from rush of ideas; Nightmares;Sensation of sudden loss of power of arms and legs in the morning.
Phosphorus: Fainting; Sleepiness in old people; Goes to sleep late and awakes weak.
Phytolacca decandra: Influenza; Great sensitiveness; Indifferent to life.
Pulsatilla: Irresistable sleepiness in afternoon; Wakes unrefreshed.
Rhus toxicodendron: Yawning, frequent, violent, spasmodic without inclination to sleep.
Sabal serrulata: Languor, apathy indifference; Promotes nutrition and tissue building.
Thyroidinum: Thyroid disorder; Insomnia; Difficulty falling to sleep.
Formulated for associated symptoms such as the inability to fall asleep as well as return to sleep after waking, frequent waking and restlessness.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Insomnia may be administered for the following conditions:
Absinthium: Sleeplessness; Restlessness; Nervousness.
Anacardium orientale: Spells of sleeplessness lasting for several nights; Anxious dreams; Inclination to sleep at an early hour, with disturbed sleep in the night.
Argentum nitricum: Sleepless from overactive imagination; Anticipation, apprehension and fear.
Arsenicum album: Sleeplessness, from anguish and restlessness, with tossing about (after midnight); Unrefreshing sleep; Frequent waking during the night, with difficulty in sleeping again.
Belladonna: Comatose sleep at night, with frequent waking and convulsive movements; Nocturnal sleeplessness, sometimes with desire to sleep and useless efforts to go ot sleep, mostly in consequence of excessive anguish or great agitation.
Bryonia: Falling asleep late, not refreshing; Drowsy but, startles awake upon falling to sleep; Unquiet sleep, with confused dreams, and great flow of ideas.
Calcarea carbonica: Sleep disturbed, with tossing about and frequent waking; Insomnia due to worry.
Camphora: Sleeplessness; Snoring and tossing during sleep; Insomnia with cold limbs.
Chamomilla: Pain disturbs sleep; Sleeplessness from abuse of narcotics or coffee; Drowsy but, cannot sleep.
Cimicifuga racemosa: Obstinate insomnia; Sleepless, cannot rest, must change position, jerking of limbs; Restless sleep.
Cinchona officinalis: Disordered sleep; Retarded sleep, and sleeplessness; Disturbed, unrefreshed sleep.
Coffea cruda: Sleeplessness; Nervous sleeplessness from a rush of ideas, mental activity; Sleeps until 3 a.m. after which only dozing. Cypripedium pubescens: Sleeplessness with a desire to talk; Sleeplessness with agitation.
Gelsemium sempervirens: Sleep disorders; Restless sleep; Unpleasant dreams; Insomnia caused by exhaustion, nervous irritation.
Humulus lupulus: Insomnia; Drowsy during the day.
Hyoscyamus niger: Nightly sleeplessness; Starts out of sleep, frightened; Nervous wakefulness.
Ignatia amara: Sleep very light, hears everything around him; Insomnia from greif; Restless sleep, and great restlessness at night.
Kali bromatum: Depression and insomnia; Sleeplessness due to worry, grief or sexual excess; Restless sleep; Night terrors of children, grinding teeth in sleep, moans, cries.
Nux vomica: Abnormal sleep; Sleeplessness from rush of ideas; Cannot sleep after 3 a.m. until towards morning, awakes feeling wretchedly; Much yawning and sleepiness during day.
Passiflora incarnata: Sleeplessness; Restlessness and wakeful, resulting from exhaustion; Insomnia of infants and the aged, and the mentally worried and overworked with a tendency to convulsions.
Pulsatilla: Agitated sleep, with frequent waking; Wide awake in the evening, first sleep restless.
Scutellaria lateriflora: Disturbed sleep and frightful dreams; Sleeplessness; Sleep is unrefreshing; Sudden wakefulness.
Sepia: Frequent waking without apparent cause; Talking, cries, and jerking of limbs, during sleep; Sleeplessness from over-excitement.
Thuja occidentalis: Sleepless when lying on left side; Persistent insomnia; Dreams of falling from heights; Nocturnal sleeplessness with agitation and chills; Continuous sleeplessness, with painfulness of the parts on which he lies.
Valeriana officinalis: Sleeplessness; Disturbed sleep (could fall asleep only towards morning), with tossing and anxious and confused dreams.
Formulated for symptoms associated with poison ivy, oak and sumac such as itching, burning, pain, swelling and blistering.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Poison Ivy may be administered for the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Erythema (skin rash); Red, hot, swollen and shining skin with violent pain.
Anacardium orientale: Antidote to poison oak and ivy; Skin diseases; Skin insensible, itching worse scratching.
Apis mellifica: Allergic shock; Panaritium (burning, stinging).
Bryonia: Phlyctaenoid (blister) eruptions, with gnawing or burning itching.
Cantharis: Raw, burning pains; Vesicular eruptions with burning and itching.
Croton tiglium: Rhus poisoning; Intense itching, but scratching is painful; Eruptions, pustular, blisters, clustered, which burst and form crusts; Violently itching, burning, red skin, sore if scratched better gently rubbing.
Echinacea: Rhus poisoning; Irritations from insect bites and poisonous plants.
Graphites: Moist, crusty eruptions, oozing out a sticky exudation.
Grindelia: Rhus poisoning; Itching and burning; Poison oak; Eruptions oozing out a thick honey-like fluid.
Mezereum: Intolerable itching, worse by warm bath, worse in bed; Ulcers itch and burn, surrounded by vesicles and shining, fiery areola.
Nux vomica: Pricking and burning itching; Eruptions with burning itching.
Ranunculus bulbosus: Burning and intense itching, worse contact; Vesicular and pustular eruptions.
Rhus toxicodendron: Poison ivy, oak; Pustular inflammations; Skin is red, swollen, itching intense.
Rumex crispus: Intense itching of skin, especially of lower limbs, worse exposure to cold air or when undressing.
Sarsaparilla: Itching, scaly spots.
Sulphur: Remedy has affinity for skin where there is heat, burning and itching; Eruptions; Unhealthy skin, breaks out, festers and would not heal.
Taraxacum officinale: Eruptions over body and limbs itching severely and appears to be a mixture of lichen and urticaria (rash).
Urtica urens: Itching, raised, red blotches; Urticaria (rash), burning heat, with formication, violent itching.
Xerophyllum asphodeloides: Poison-oak; Blisters, little lumps; Inflammation resembling poison oak.
Formulated for symptoms associated with thyroid imbalance such as rapid or sluggish metabolism, weight fluctuation, fatigue and hair loss.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Thyroid Assist may be administered for the following conditions:
Adrenalinum: Exceedingly rapid pulse; Loss of strength, wasting.
Aloe socotrina: Life is a burden; Constipation.
Calcarea carbonica: Pituitary and thyroid disfunction; Great sensitiveness to cold weather; Glandular swelling below the jaw and in the neck.
Chelidonium majus: Alternation of diarrhea and constipation; Left sided goiter.
Conium maculatum: Muscular weakness; Enlarged glands.
Echinacea: Auto-immune disorders; Chilliness and sensitiveness to cold.
Graphites: Constipation; Chronic hoarseness with skin disorders.
Iodium: Palpitations; Thyroid enlarged; Feels always too hot.
Lachesis mutus: Restless and uneasy; Irregular heart beats.
Lycopodium clavatum: Great weakness of digestion; Weak memory, confused thoughts; Premature baldness and grey hair.
Lycopus virginicus: Exophthalmic (hyperthyroid) goiter.
Phytolacca decandra: Obesity; Decrease of weight; Swelling and induration (hardening) of glands; Skin itches, becomes dry, shrunken, pale.
Rhus toxicodendron: Glands are swollen; Pulse is quick, weak, irregular, intermittent, with numbness of left arm.
Silicea: Cold, chilly, hugs the fire, wants plenty warm clothing, hates drafts.
Spongia tosta: Exophthalmic (hyperthyroid) goiter; Hoarseness.
Thyroidinum: Goiter; Thyroid weakness; Very dry skin.