The homeopathic remedy Eupatorium Perfoliatum is made from the boneset plant. The fresh leaves and tops are used. The perennial herb boneset forms the basis of the homeopathic remedy eupatorium perforatum which is primarily used to treat fevers and flu as well as the symptoms associated with them. Boneset is a perennially growing plant indigenous to the eastern regions of the United States as well as Canada. It is found growing naturally from Nova Scotia to Florida and from Louisiana and Texas all over North Dakota. Boneset has a straight, fleshy and cylindrical shaped stem that is covered with fine hairs.
The homeopathic remedy eupatorium perfoliatum is most beneficial for people who usually whimper with pain when they are ill and have a sensation that they are flowing out of their minds. Moreover, people who respond best to this medication are those who are prone to feeling nervous and restive and hope that they would still be able to be at rest. Such people may also have a feeling as if their bones are weak and not useable.
In effect, the homeopathic remedy eupatorium perforatum is generally prescribed for people suffering from influenza or malarial fever that come together with aching limbs. Characteristically, the fever begins like coldness and subsequently it generates heat, perspiration as well as an intense thirst that is accompanied by soreness in the bones as well as intense restiveness. The other symptoms of this condition may include headaches that deteriorate when the patient is perspiring as well as vomiting of bile. In effect, all these conditions and associated symptoms may be treated by administering eupatorium perfoliatum.