17) HYPERICUM PERFORATUM.
It is useful for injuries of the fingers and toes and crushed nerves, after dental procedures and surgery.
This remedy is derived from the plant called as the St. John’s Wort.
It is a great remedy for injuries to nerves, especially fingers, toes and nails.
It is useful in crush injuries of fingertips; it is useful in punctured wounds and relieves all the pains after surgery.
It is useful when the patient is over-sensitive to pain.
It is useful in preventing Tetanus.
It is useful in coccydynia (pain in the tip of the tail bone).
It is useful in curing injuries of nerves after animal bites.
It is useful in neuritis, tingling, burning and numbness in the nerves.
It is useful, when the patient feels that the Brain seems to be compressed, throbbing with brain fag and neurasthenia.
It is useful when the joints feel bruised.
It is also useful when there is an intense eruption under the skin.
It is useful in healing lacerated wounds with much prostration from the loss of blood.
This remedy suits persons who are worse in cold, dampness in a fog, in closed rooms and from least exposure and touch.
TIPS ON HYPERICUM…
HYPERICUM is superior to ARNICA before or after tooth extraction.
Dr. Benj. Goldberg, M.D.
HYPERICUM is the main remedy for spinal injuries. It may be given when there is a past history of spinal injury.
Dr. Foubister, M.B., Ch.B., D.C.H.
Hoarseness amounting to aphonia brought on by fog calls for: HYPERICUM.
For pain in the coccyx, after injury at birth often due to the bruising of the nerves round the bone, when the gynecologists and surgeons have despaired this medicine will cure the complaint in a week or two, in a mother who has given birth to a child: HYPERICUM
Madras Hom. Journal
HYPERICUM will promptly relieve facial paralysis in the newborn resulting from forceps delivery when ARNICA fails.
Dr. R. B Das.
Piercing wounds from pointed instruments should always be treated with HYPERICUM to prevent any untoward symptoms. (Tetanus).
Dr. Hering, M.D.
HYPERICUM oil is wonderful in ecchymosis about the eye or anywhere in the body it takes the pain too.
Dr. W. W. Wilson.