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Psorinum (Psor.) 1

Psorinum (Psor.)

Psorinum is prepared from the fluid of blisters from scabies infested skin. Once potentised none of the original fluid remains but the energetic effects of the remedy will treat a …

Chamomilla matricaria (Cham.) 2

Chamomilla matricaria (Cham.)

Chamomilla matricaria (Cham.) is a plant with small daisy-like flowers native to Europe and temperate Asia. It is now grown in most parts of the world. Chamomilla is used by …

Digitalis purpurea (Dig.) 3

Digitalis purpurea (Dig.)

Digitalis purpurea, known commonly as foxglove, is a flowering plant native to most parts of Europe. It is the original source of the heart medicine digoxin, (also called digitalis or …

Know Your Remedy: Capsicum Annuum (Caps.) 4

Know Your Remedy: Capsicum Annuum (Caps.)

Capsicum Annuum, commonly called red pepper, is an annual herbaceous plant grown in warmer parts of the world for its edible oblong fruit. The homoeopathic remedy, Capsicum (Caps.), is prepared …

Aconite napellus (Acon.) 5

Aconite napellus (Acon.)

Aconite napellus is a purple flowering plant found in Western and Central Europe. It is known by the common names of monkshood (because of the shape of the flower) or …

Kali bichromicum (Kali-bi) 6

Kali bichromicum (Kali-bi)

Kali-bi is prepared from potassium bichromate, a common chemical reagent with many industrial and laboratory applications. Homeopathic Kali-bi is used for thick, gluey or ropey discharges from the mucous membranes. …

Phosphorus (Phos.) 7

Phosphorus (Phos.)

Phosphorus is a chemical element that exists in combination with other minerals in nature, principally as phosphate salts. As calcium phosphate it is a major component of bones. Its main …

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