THIS REMEDY IS USEFUL IN TREATING NON-UNION OF FRACTURES AND BLUNT INJURIES OF THE EYE.
This remedy is useful when administered internally in the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers.
It is an extremely useful remedy in the treatment of non-union of fractures and irritable stumps after an amputation of the limb.
This remedy is useful in the healing the injuries to the tendons and the periosteum of the bones.
This remedy is extremely useful in blunt injuries of the eye.
When used externally, this can be used to heal sores and ulcers and it is also useful in cases of unexplained anal itching.
TIPS FROM THE MASTERS…
SYMPHYTUM brings out the sequestrum (dead bone in cases of bone infections).
Dr. Grace. Nevel, M.B.B.S, M.F Hom (Lond).
SYMPHYTUM OFFICINALE may be administered in case of irritable stump after amputation and also irritability of bone at the point of fracture.
Dr. Farrington, M.D.
LEDUM PALUSTRE is unequalled when used in the 200th potency, as a remedy for black eye from a blow, unless the eyeball itself is involved; then SYMPHYTUM is preferable.
Dr. Pulford, M.D.
SILICEA is excellent for Pyorrhea, and also PHOSPHORUS, and a lotion of SYMPHYTUM Q – 2 drams in 8 ounces is a good application to the gums in these cases.
Dr. Ruddock, M.D.
SYMPHYTUM follows ARNICA well if pricking pain and soreness of the periosteum remains after an injury.
Dr. H.C. Allen, M.D.