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Homeopathy For The Heat

Posted by Sanjib Sarkar on Mon, Jun 06, 2011 @ 11:43 PM

Tags: aconite, homeopathy for heat, heat exhaustion

heat exhaustion

Certain homeopathic remedies help deal with the extreme heat that everyone will experience this summer.  It is always recommended to stay inside the house when the weather is too heat.  However, sometimes people need to be out in the hot sun.  These homeopathic remedies will help deal with the heat.  Be sure to drink plenty of water along with these remedies to beat the heat.

Homeopathic Cell Salt Combinations 

-  These remedies consist of 12 vital cell salts that the body needs to function.  In the heat, the body loses these vital cell salts.  Taking these cell salts help the body keep the vital nutrients in the body.   

-  Take aconite 6C if you are feeling dizzy and have a headache form the sun.  This remedy helps your body from the sun draining the body of its nutrients. 

- Carbo Veg 6C is used to treat stomach issues related to the heat.  The hot sun can sometimes throw the digestion system off. Gas and stomach pain may be common symptoms. This person have feel low vitality and need to have cool air on them.

If you do start feeling too sick in the heat, make sure to go inside in some cool air.  Drink some cold drinks to cool the body. If sickness continues or if you suspect heat stroke, go to the emergency room.

Aconitum Napellus: Medieval poison to Modern Medicine

Posted by Sanjib Sarkar on Thu, Nov 11, 2010 @ 03:45 PM

Tags: aconitum napellus, aconite

aconitum napellus

Aconitum Napellus also known as Monkshood, aconite, Wolf's Bane, Monk's Blood, or Monk's Hood is a species native to western and central Europe and northeastern United States.

Aconitum Napellus has found its place in mythological history. As wolfsbane, it was believed to repel the werewolf and protect anyone who wore it from the wolf's attack.

Like other species in the genus, Aconitum contains several poisonous compounds, including enough cardiac poison that it was used on spears and arrows for hunting and battle in ancient times. Aconitum has a long history of use as a poison. During the ancient Roman period of European history the plant was often used to eliminate criminals and enemies, Later the Roman government made the use of the herb illegal and punished citizens who grew it.

Aconitum produced from the roots of a number of different species of Aconitum is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat "coldness", general debility, and "Yang deficiency." Misuse of the medicinal ingredients contained in this plant can negatively affect the cardiovascular and central nervous systems, thus resulting in death.

Homeopathy dilutes aconite so that it is not poisonous.  These medicines are typically diluted in alcohol and water.   After the dilutions, there is hardly in poison left in most of the medicine.

Aconite's primary usage in homeopathy is as a fever reducer and treatment of flu and pneumonia.  This medicine has a cooling effect on body which helps to relieve conditions such as fevers and colds.

Aconitum is also used as an homeopathic ointment to the skin that will create a pain-relieving numbing sensation. It is used for treating joint pains from rheumatism, lumbago and neuralgia. This remedy is also used to treat nervousness, emotional trauma, fear and anxiety since it helps calm down people.

Aconitum has been transformed from a medieval poison to a modern medicine that helps to treat a wide range of ailments.

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