Twenty tested and safe homeopathic remedies

This is a description of twenty homeopathic remedies for common ailments. See other posts in this blog to view othe remedies. On any particular post search the page for the word describing your ailment, and choose the medicine that appears to be the best fit. Medicines mentioned here do not show any strong reaction. So you can use them without fear.

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Manasi Swasthya Sansthan, is a voluntary organization, in Indore, to serve the health needs of the poor and needy.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Ipecacuanha

Ipecacuanha (Ipecac) - 200

The medicine works well on nausea, vomiting, pneumonia, cold and cough, profuse bleeding, asthma, diarrhoea, cholera and irritability.

Nature of the patient: Indicated in fat children and adults who are feeble and catch cold in relaxing atmosphere and in warm and moist weather.

Mind: Holds everything in contempt. Is irritable. Is full of desires although does not know the object.

Eyes: Nausea from looking at moving objects.

Cold and cough: The nose is blocked with thick mucus that is expelled with great difficulty. Irregular dry cough accompanied by nausea and vomiting. There is a rattling sound and cough with every breath. In whooping cough, there is expectoration of blood from the throat and nose.

Mouth: The patient is not thirsty and the tongue is clean. Much saliva.

Nausea: There is constant nausea even after vomiting. In any illness when there is persistent nausea or vomiting this medicine works well. Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.

Abdominal pain: Pain due to gas or stone in the gall bladder, worse around the navel. The abdomen is bloated and the patient has cramps around the navel, vomits bile and suffers from nausea.

Diarrhoea: The stool looks like grass or crushed leaves - a frothy green. Sometimes dark red blood and mucus are also expelled along with the stool.

Asthma: The patient has difficulty in breathing along with nausea and phlegm or bloody discharge from the chest. The lungs feel stiff, and the patient is unable to lie down. Coughs with every breath. Yearly attack of shortness of breath.

Pneumonia: Pneumonia in small children with phlegm in the chest and a loud rattling sound with each breath. The skin has a bluish hue and the face is pale.

Bleeding: Bleeding from any natural orifice in the body, from nose to anus. Blood is bright red. Nausea accompanies bleeding. So much blood is lost that the patient becomes anemic, turns pale and has oedema.

Fever: The patient feels hot and has dyspnea, nausea and vomiting. Intermittent fever.

Cholera: In the first stage of cholera, particularly in children. The child has extreme nausea and vomiting.

Women’s reproductive system: Continuous bleeding from the uterus. Periods are frequent and heavy. Pain radiates from the navel to the uterus. The woman may faint from bleeding. There are fibroids in the uterus. Heavy flow of bright red blood during miscarriage and excessive bleeding after childbirth.

Aggravation: The complaints increase in moist and warm weather or on lying down.

Amelioration: Pressure on the affected part and closing the eyes makes the patient feel better.

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