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Staphisagria (Staph.)

Staphisagria is one of the best remedies to speed healing and reduce pain in incised wounds – even if that pain is in the scar of an old wound – making it an excellent post-surgical remedy..

Know Your Remedies – Apis Mellifica

The homeopathic remedy Apis mellifica is prepared from the Western or European honey bee. It was introduced into homeopathy in 1847 by a New York physician Dr. Marcy following the …

Know Your Remedies: Bromium (Brom.)

Bromine is chemical element from the halogen group. It is corrosive and toxic and at room temperature presents as a reddish brown liquid.It was used extensively as a fire retardant …

Know Your Remedy: Clematis Erecta

Overview: A remedy for toothache and hard swollen glands. Primary areas of action are the mucous membranes, urogenital system, the skin and glands. Clematis erecta, also known as ground virgin’s …

Know Your Remedies: Cactus grandiflorus (Cact.)

Common Name: Night-blooming cereus. General Information A significant remedy for severe constricting, contracting or congestive pains, especially in the heart, bladder, rectum, vagina, or uterus. These pains are triggered or …

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.)

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.)

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 annum (Caps.)

Capsicum annum, 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 …