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Some useful Homeopathic remedies – Part 87.



It is a chief remedy for hysteria and sadness.


This remedy is derived from a shrub called as the St. Ignatius Bean.


It is one of the chief remedies for hysteria. It is useful in women who are sensitive and easily excited, highly educated, dark and of a mild disposition. It is a great remedy to combat the bad effects of anger, grief, disappointed love, bad news, shame, vexation and homesickness.

It suits individuals who have great contradictions in behavior, who are alert and nervous.


This remedy combats the ill effects of grief and worry.

It suits persons who have a changeable mood, who are introspective, melancholic, and changeable in mood, with sighing and sobbing.

It is a great remedy for shocks, grief and mental disappointment.

It is useful in congestive headaches following anger or grief.

It is useful in toothache, which is worse after drinking coffee.

This remedy is useful in hysterical difficulty in swallowing.

It is useful in painful constriction of the anus after stools.

It is also useful in pain in the Achilles tendon and the calf muscles.

This remedy suits persons who are worse in the morning, better while eating and change of position.


IGNATIA may be inhaled when the woman gets convulsions.

Convulsions coming on in a child after punishment may call loudly for CHAMMOMILA OR IGNATIA.

Loss of function of a part of the body due to emotional elements requires IGNATIA.
Dr. Diwan Harishchand, L.R.C.P., F.F.Hom (Lond) etc.
IGNATIA for stage fright: to be given prophylactically, a few doses on the day of performance, and 1 dose just before it.
Dr. Bennett.

It is best to administer the dose in the morning if there is no occasion for hurry; when given shortly before bedtime, it causes too much restlessness in the night.
Dr. Hanhemann, M.D.

For the bad effects of disappointed love, in hysterical subjects, IGNATIA needs CALC PHOS to finish the cure.
Dr. S.P. Koppikkar, B.H.M.S.

Some useful Homeopathic remedies – Part 86.



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 has a beneficial effect on the rectum in hemorrhoids.


It is useful in coccydynia (pain in the tip of the tail bone).

It is useful in spasmodic attacks of asthma, which occur with the change of weather, especially before storms.

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.

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.

Some useful Homeopathic remedies – Part 85.




This remedy is derived from the plant called as Henbane.


It is a short but deeply acting remedy. It profoundly affects the nervous system.

It is as if a diabolical force has taken possession of the brain.


It presents a perfect picture of MANIA OF A QUARRELSOME AND OBSCENE CHARACTER.


The patient is very talkative, desires to strip off his clothes and expose the genitals.


The patient is very suspicious in nature, obscene, lascivious, jealous and foolish. The patient exhibits great hilarity and is inclined to laugh at everything.

The pupils are dilated and eyes are sparkling, fixed, with spasmodic closing of the eyelids.

The patient complains of nausea with vertigo, with violent cramps in the abdomen, relieved by vomiting.

There is diarrhea, colic in the abdomen, which is aggravated by mental exertion. The patient may also involuntarily defecate.

In males, this remedy is useful when males are impotent, lascivious and exposes his genitals and plays with them.

In females, this remedy is useful in vaginismus, which may be hysterical. The females may experience increased sexual desire and this remedy is useful in puerperal mania.

The remedy is useful, when the patient picks at the bedclothes, it is also useful in epileptic attacks that come in deep sleep. This remedy is also useful in cramps of the calves and the toes.

This remedy is useful in sleepless patients with excitability, hysteria, and changeable moods. This remedy is also useful in Hydrophobia.

This remedy suits persons who are worse at night, during menstruation, after eating and while lying down.


HYOSCAMUS is one of our best remedies for hiccough occurring after operations on the abdomen.
Dr. E.A. Farrington, M.D.

HYOSCAMUS is a valuable remedy when there is atony of the bladder and the patient has no desire to pass urine.
Dr. Choudhury, M.D.

If there is any ground for fear of an attack of Typhus, HYOSCAMUS & BAPTISIA are probably the best preventives, with plenty of fresh air and wholesome food.
Dr. Ruddock, M.D.

When the patient is ill natured, unreasonable and complains beyond all reason, in rheumatism or any other disease, a few doses of HYOSCAMUS 3x will surprise you very pleasantly.
Dr. Cuthburt.
For the production of sleep, no remedy compares with HYOSCAMUS, in tincture 5 to 10 drops in half a glass of water and teaspoonful doses given half hourly.
Dr. Butler.

HYOSCAMUS, SANICULA AND ARSENICUM, are most effective remedies in nail biting.
Dr. Dixon.

Some useful Homeopathic remedies – Part 84.



This remedy is derived from the plant called as the Golden Seal.


It is useful for old easily tired persons with great debility, weak muscles, poor digestion and obstinate constipation.

It is a useful remedy in cancer of the stomach and it seems to retard the progress of the cancer, before it ulcerates.

It is useful in small pox, both internally as well as in application of skin.

This remedy has a marked action on the liver or gall bladder.

All discharges are yellow, thick and creamy. These can be from any area, be it the throat, chest, stomach or uterus. They are excoriating and raw in nature.

This remedy is useful in catarrhal conditions of the nose, throat, bronchi, lungs, Gastro-intestinal tract and vagina, where the discharges are tenacious, thick and ropy yellow.

This remedy is useful in dragging pain in the right groin cutting into the right testicle.

This remedy is useful in bronchitis in old exhausted people with tenacious sputum.


We know of no medicine, which has caused so great an improvement in the general health of our cancer patients as HYDRASTIS CANDENSIS, an improvement that, in most cases, has become visible in the bettered expression of the countenance of the patients.

Drs Marston and Melimont.

For Local treatment of In-growing toenail, HYDRASTIS OINTMENT is useful.

Dr Ruddock, M.D.

In excoriation of the skin of infants, HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS has been found to useful when CALENDULA has failed. A lotion of 1/10 in water applied with lint, acts with great rapidity, Glycerin is however, a better vehicle than water,
Dr. Ruddock, M.D.

My chief experience with HYDRASTIS has been the treatment of constipation for which it is a precious remedy far superior to the NUX VOMICA, usually prescribed. It is in cases when constipation stands alone or is the cause of other ailments, that I find HYDRASTIS valuable.
Dr. Hughes, L.R.C.P.

In all forms of stomatitis of children, HYDRASTIS CANEDENSIS is valuable in simple ulceration, in mercurial sore mouths, and in maternal stomatitis. We have found obstinate cases in which other remedies have failed, to yield to a wash of HYDRASTIS, used several times a day.
Dr. Ruddock, M.D., Dr. Nixon, M.R.C.S.

I have used HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS in conjunctivitis locally and internally with good results.
Dr. Palmer.