Aconitum Napellus

Aconitum Napellus (Aco. or Aconite) Pattern of symptoms: chills and fever, sweat and palpitations, pain, feelings of fear, anxiety, shock; symptoms begin suddenly, are acute or at an early stage and are triggered by exposure to cold, dry winds. Common uses: coughs, colds, sore throats, earache, teething, chest complaints, cystitis, eye inflammations, early stages of chickenpox, mumps or measles, Read More

Allium Cepa

Allium Cepa Allium Cepa (All-c. or common red onion)   Pattern of symptoms: streaming eyes and nose, discharge, catarrh, sneezing, headache, sore throats. Common uses: common colds, catarrhal headaches, runny nose, eye inflammation, sore throats, hay fever, tickly cough. Read More

Apis Mellifica

Apis Mellifica Apis Mellifica (Ap. or honey bee)   Pattern of symptoms: pain, swelling, burning or stinging sensation, red face and/or tongue, feelings of restlessness or fear; symptoms get worse with touch and heat and are better when outside. Common uses: bites and stings, hives (nettle and other skin rashes), fever with dry skin, cystitis, headache, earache, sore throats, sore eyes, Read More

Arnica Montana

Arnica Montana (Arn. or leopard's bane Arnica Montana (Arn. or leopard’s bane) Pattern of symptoms: bruising, soreness, injury, shock, trauma, smelly breath, not wanting to be touched. Common uses: bruises (applied as soon as possible after injury but not on broken skin), swelling, sprains and strains, shock, trauma, joint pain, broken bones (with bruising and swelling), bleeding gums, jet lag, cough with bruised feeling from Read More


Belladonna Belladonna (Bell. or deadly nightshade)   Pattern of symptoms: sudden appearance and disappearance of symptoms, violent throbbing pain, dilated pupils, sweat, shock; symptoms worsened by movement and often worst around 3am and 3pm. Common uses: burning fever in children, throbbing headaches, swollen glands, intolerance to light, fever associated with chickenpox, measles, mumps or scarlet fever, sunstroke, teething and sore Read More

Bryonia Alba

Bryonia Alba Bryonia Alba (Bry. or white bryony) Pattern of symptoms: dry mouth and lips, sweat, bitter taste, sore pain, dark face and tongue, dizziness, irritability, slow onset; symptoms are worst around 9pm and after weather changes but better when lying still or on receiving firm pressure. Common uses: joint pain and swelling, broken bones with stitching pain, dry, painful cough, Read More

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