Common Names: European daisy; English daisy; common daisy; lawn daisy.
Bellis perennis (Bell-p.) is similar to Arnica montana (Arn.) in that it is a useful remedy for bruises, sprains, and injuries. The pains feel bruised and sore, and may be relieved by movement and rubbing the affected area. It’s a remedy to consider when Arnica fails to help.
Bell-p. is used for pain from trauma and bruising to the deeper tissues during surgery, especially of the abdomen and pelvic area, and aids in recovery. It’s also useful for swelling following injury or surgery, especially if Arnica montana hasn’t helped.
The person needing Bell-p. may experience ailments from rapid chilling by cold air, cold drinks, or getting wet, when hot. They may also crave pickled foods.
Abdomen and Pelvic Area
• Injury, surgical wounds, or abscesses of the abdomen or pelvic area.
• Soreness of the abdominal wall during pregnancy.
• Pain and injury of the pelvic organs following childbirth.
• Types of dysmenorrhoea with intense sore, bruised pains.
• Breast cancer following injury to the breast.
• Bruising and haematomas following blows or injuries to the limbs.
• Sprains with bruising, stiffness and coldness.
• Types of rheumatism especially in older people and those who ‘overwork’.
• Injuries to the coccyx (tailbone).
• Abscesses with bruising or bruised, sore pains.
Where do I find it?
Bellis perennis (Bell-p.) is available from our online store as a single remedy in either pills or liquid, and as part of the following Complexes (combination remedies): Bruises; Sprains and Strains.
While above self-limiting or acute complaints are suitable for home treatment see your healthcare provider if symptoms worsen or fail to improve. Chronic or persistent complaints, which may or may not be mentioned above, require a different treatment and dosage protocol so are best managed by a qualified homeopath for good results.
Dosage Instructions (suitable for babies to adults)
For acute and self-limiting complaints, take one pill or five drops of the remedy every 1 to 4 hours (1 hour for intense symptoms, 4 hours for milder ones). Once an improvement is noticed, stop dosing and repeat the remedy only if symptoms return. If there is no improvement at all by three doses, choose a different remedy or seek professional guidance.
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