Lycopodium

Lycopodium Lycopodium   (Lyc. or club moss) Pattern of symptoms: poor digestion, bloating, sweet cravings, swelling, anxiety, lack of self-confidence; symptoms worst in afternoon and evening. Common uses: indigestion, nausea, constipation, flatulence, bleeding piles, cramp, throbbing headaches, chronic catarrh, dry and tickly cough, right-sided sore throat, earache, scanty urine and cystitis, night restlessness, anxiety and mood swings. Read More

Mercurius Corrosivus

Mercurius Corrosivus Mercurius Corrosivus   (Merc-c. or mercuric chloride) Pattern of symptoms: violent pain, burning, thirst, nervous exhaustion, irritability, depression. Common uses: severe cystitis, severe diarrhoea, bleeding gums, sore throat. Read More

Natrum Muriaticum

Natrum Muriaticum (Nat-m. or sodium chloride) Pattern of symptoms: dryness, extreme thirst, fever, chilliness, bitter taste in mouth, desire for salty foods, feelings of introversion and oversensitivity; symptoms are worst in the morning, in heat and after exertion but eased with rest. Common uses: migraine headaches, sensitive scalp, sweaty hands, colds with catarrh and sneezing, cold sores on lips Read More

Nux Vomica

Nux Vomica (Nux-v. or poison nut) Pattern of symptoms: sensitivity to cold and draughts, right-sided symptoms, workaholic, demanding and irritable; symptoms get worse after overeating or drinking, in morning and in winter but get better with heat and rest. Common uses: nausea and vomiting, morning sickness, colic, abdominal pain, indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea, piles, colds, coughs and flu, stiff, aching Read More

Phosphoric Acid

Phosphoric Acid Phosphoric Acid   (Pho-ac.) Pattern of symptoms: weakness and exhaustion due to overwork or physical strain from severe diarrhoea, vomiting, bleeding or illness; symptoms get worse with cold, better with rest. Common uses: anaemia, bleeding gums, convalescence, fatigue. Read More

Phosphorus

Phosphorus Phosphorus   (Phos.) Pattern of symptoms: bleeding, sensitivity to cold, burning pain; symptoms get worse between dusk and midnight; affected person is often tall, slim and highly strung. Common uses: diarrhoea, fever with thirst or hunger, colds and coughs with chronic catarrh, dry skin, poor circulation in fingers, extreme perspiration under stress, fainting, sore throat and hoarseness, nausea and Read More

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