This remedy is derived from the plant called as Wild Rosemary.
It is a suitable remedy for patients with a rheumatic constitution.
The rheumatism begins in the feet and travels upwards.
This remedy is capable of anti-doting the stings of insects.
This remedy is useful in conditions, where there is lack of heat in the body, yet the heat of the bed is intolerable.
It is useful to prevent Tetanus and also useful when Tetanus has already set in.
It is useful when there is twitching of the muscles near the wound.
It is useful in black eye due to a blunt weapon.
It suits broken down constitutions due to alcohol ingestion and is useful for those who constantly crave for whisky.
It is useful to heal anal fissures.
It is useful to treat gouty pains that shoot through the foot, the limb and the joints: It is useful to treat joints that are hot and pale. It is useful in gouty nodosities.
It is useful when there is discoloration of the skin, long after injuries.
This remedy is useful when the patient feels better from cold applications and putting the feet in cold water.
This remedy suits persons who are better from the cold and putting their feet in the cold water.
This remedy suits persons who are worse at night and from the heat of the bed.
TIPS FROM THE MASTERS…
LEDUM is superior to ARNICA or RHUS TOX for sprained ankle. It is almost a specific.
Dr. Benj. Goldberg, M.D.
LEDUM will relieve the pain from getting a foreign body under the fingernail almost instantly, Use 10 M.
Dr. Dwight Smith.
LEDUM gives almost immediately relief to the itching caused by mosquito bites and this even when given internally in the 15th dilution. In the stings of bees and wasps, the result is less prompt, but still very satisfactorily.
This medicine LEDUM is useful in removing the addiction to whiskey, what CALADIUM is to the smoking habit.
Our casualty department is swearing by, discovering the transcendent virtues of LEDUM, a remedy, as we know, for stings and punctures and bits of angry animals; for the rusty nails that run dangerously into the sole of the foot, or palm of the hand.
Dr. Tyler, M.D.