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These uses and indications are based upon traditional Homeopathic practice.
They have not been reviewed by the FDA.


Aconite

Cold Prevention


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Homeopathic Aconite assists regulation of the body’s core temperature. It helps release excess heat in the body during fevers, and generates heat to protect the body from colds and loss of energy. Aconite supports the body during travel, times of stress, or when the body is most susceptible to catching a cold - especially when a change in weather brings on a chill. Aconite is recommended to take at the onset of symptoms such as a scratchy throat, mild fever, fatigue, or malaise.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Aconite 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose
1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

Latin Name
Aconitum Napellus; \ac’-o-nite\

Common Name
Monkshood, Wolfbane, Friar’s Cap

Source & Habitat

Aconite is found in the lower mountain slopes of the Northern Hemisphere – from Himalayas through Europe. Medicine is derived from the whole plant, split from the root and pickled in August.

History

Aconite is a toxic alkaloid. Dr. Hahnemann introduced Aconite to the modern Materia Medica in 1805 to alleviate fevers and inflammation. Its homeopathic application brought an end to bloodletting, giving Aconite the reputation as the "homeopathic lancet."


Nux Vomica

Indigestion & Stress


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Nux Vomica’s homeopathic reputation is based on its ability to ease modern day complaints of indigestion, intoxication, and stress. Nux Vomica helps the effects of stress on the mind, and excess intake of food, alcohol and drugs on the digestive system. Nux Vomica offers modern comfort when travel, hangovers, busy schedules, overwork, or late night meals cause digestive and mental distress.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Nux Vomica 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

Latin Name
Nux Vomica; \nux-vom-I-ca\

Common Name
Poison Nut

Source & Habitat

A large evergreen tree found in China, India and Vietnam that yields a nut-like fruit the size of an orange. Medicine is derived from the seed of the nut pounded into a fine powder.

History

Nux Vomica contains the alkaloid known as Strychnine. It was first brought to Europe from Southeast Asia in the 15th century and was known as a poison until two centuries later when physicians discovered its medicinal action on the digestive tract. Also valued in history as a tonic for the circulatory system. Homeopathic preparations stripped its toxic chemistry. Dr. Hahnemann introduced it as a homeopathic digestive aid in 1805.


Ignatia

Emotional Stress


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Ignatia’s homeopathic chemistry has a sympathetic resonance with strong emotions. Ignatia consoles the spirit when coping with grief, trauma, separation anxiety, hurt, or when experiencing symptoms of depression. Ignatia promotes emotional well-being without side effects.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Ignatia 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Ignatia Amara; \ig-na'-tia\

COMMON NAME
St. Ignatia Bean

SOURCE & HABITAT

Native of the Philippine Islands. Medicine is derived from the bean, which resembles a pear shaped pod and is ground to a fine powder.

HISTORY

The Ignatia bean contains the alkaloid Strychnine. Ignatia is named after the founder of the Jesuit order who first introduced it to Europe in the 17th century. Historical herbal uses included treatment for cholera and cardiac conditions. Ignatia’s homeopathic value for emotional wellness was introduced by Dr. Hahnemann in the 18th century.


Chamomilla

Tension & Nerves


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The homeopathic power of Chamomilla is in its biological response to those environments that set nerves afire. Chamomilla helps release tension in the body and mind brought on by stress, anxiety and irritability.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Chamomilla 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Chamomilla; \cham’-o-mill-a\

COMMON NAME
Chamomille, feverfew

SOURCE & HABITAT

A plant of the aster family. Chamomilla grows in uncultivated fields and dry sandy locations in many areas of Europe. Medicine is derived from the flowers, leaves and bud of plant when in bloom. Collected between May and August when it is not wet with dew or rain.

HISTORY

Chamomile’s herbal value as a calming agent has been recognized for centuries. Its homeopathic strength acts deeply on the nervous system and tempers the effects of stress.


Arnica

Muscle Soreness & Injuries


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Arnica’s homeopathic reputation is built on its power to initiate tissue repair at the cellular level where physical trauma is most acutely experienced. Use Arnica ASAP after injury to help reduce swelling and bruising, and to repair skin and muscular tissue damage. Arnica promotes healing of overworked muscles from the demands of modern life, and is recommended for use before and after sports activities, surgery, or dental work.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Arnica 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Arnica Montana; \’är-ni-ka\

COMMON NAME
Leopards’s Bane, Falkraut, Mountain Arnica

SOURCE & HABITAT

This yellow flowering plant is found in mountainous regions around the world, primarily in the Alps. Medicine is derived from the plant and root gathered when in full bloom during July and August.

HISTORY

Arnica has been in use throughout history as a first aid for body injuries and soreness. Arnica is an effective herbal treatment whether its leaves are eaten right off the stem, prepared as a tea, or applied as an ointment. Homeopathically, Arnica works to initiate tissue repair at a cellular level.


Rhus Tox

Back & Joint Ache


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Homeopathic Rhus Tox is recognized for the care of joint ache, arthritic symptoms, strained ligaments, and lower backache. Rhus Tox is recommended in the morning upon waking, especially on those damp days when arthritic symptoms are most tender or old injuries flare up. Rhus Tox is best used for joint pain that typically feels better with motion. (See Bryonia for joint pain that feels better when still or when resting).

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Rhus Tox 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Rhus Toxicodendron; \rhus’-tox\

COMMON NAME
Poison Ivy

SOURCE & HABITAT

This common indigenous plant grows in fields, woods, and fence rows. Medicine is derived from fresh leaves gathered on cloudy days in May and June before the plant flowers.

HISTORY

This North American plant was brought to England in the 17th century. Its medicinal virtues were discovered when a doctor associated the cure of his patient’s skin disease with his exposure to the Rhux Tox plant which gives off the potent toxicodendric acid – the oil that produces the blisters associated with poison ivy. In its homeopathic form, Rhus Tox relieves symptoms of poison ivy and demonstrates the medical principle known as the "Law of Similiars."



Pulsatilla

Cold Care


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Homeopathic Pulsatilla helps loosen congestion and clears the head from colds, allergies, and excess mucous from the consumption of dairy products and rich foods. Pulsatilla is also known to aid stimulate menstrual flow and moderate moods during a sluggish cycle.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Pulsatilla 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Pulsatilla Nigricans; \pul-sa-til’-la\

COMMON NAME
Wind Flower, Pasque Flower, Meadow Anemone

SOURCE & HABITAT

This violet brown flower is found in the sunny soil of elevated hills and open pastures in the Central and Northern countryside’s of Europe. Medicine is derived from the entire plant picked when flowering in April and May.

HISTORY

Pulsatilla was traditionally used as an herbal remedy for the nervous system, relieving muscle spasms and treating eye ailments. In 1805, Dr. Hahnemann discovered Pulsatilla’s significant range of homeopathic applications for clearing congestion.


Belladonna

Sore Throat

 


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Belladonna is a homeopathic remedy which can aid a sore throat suddenly brought on by a cold, or by breathing dry or damp air when sleeping or exercising.

These uses and indications are based upon traditional Homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Belladonna 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Belladonna; \bel-a’-dona\

COMMON NAME
Nightshade, Black Cherry

SOURCE & HABITAT

This plant with bell shaped flowers grows in Europe and originates from the solanaceae family. Belladonna leaves and flowering branch tips are collected in the wild from May to July.

HISTORY

Belladonna has been in medicinal use for over five centuries. Traditionally, its herbal uses included treatment of headaches, menstrual symptoms, peptic ulcers, inflammation, and motion sickness. In 1801, Dr. Hahnemann discovered the homeopathic properties of Belladonna after he noted the similarity between the symptoms of Belladonna poisoning and those of scarlet fever.


Gelsemium

Flu


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Gelsemium offers homeopathic comfort for flu symptoms such as exhaustion, headache, sore throat, and all-over body aches. Gelsemium is also indicated for the nervous anticipation of taking an exam, interviewing, giving a performance, or any situation that might cause “the jitters.”

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Gelsemium 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME

Gelsemium Sempervirens; \gele-se’-mi-um\

COMMON NAME
 
SOURCE & HABITAT

A climbing evergreen shrub with yellow flowers that bloom in early spring. Found in southern part of United States. The medicine is derived from the bark of the fresh root.

HISTORY

The curative power of Gelsemium was accidentally discovered in 1860 when a Mississippi farmer was mistakenly given an infusion of the root to heal bilious fever. In its homeopathic form, Gelsemium has treated many influenza cases of the past century and provides relief from flu-like symptoms.


Ipecac

Chest Cold & Asthma


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In its homeopathic preparation, the Ipecac root helps drain fluids in the chest which contribute to a wet, rattling cough with wheezing. Ipecac is also a classic remedy which helps ease symptoms of Asthma and other respiratory ailments.

These uses and indications are based upon traditional Homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Ipecac 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Caephalis Ipecacuanha; \‘ip’-e-cac\

COMMON NAME
Ipecac Root

SOURCE & HABITAT

Common to South America. The dried root of the plant is used for its medicinal purpose.

HISTORY

The usefulness of Ipecac was discovered centuries ago when it was observed that the plant induced vomiting. While the traditional syrup of Ipecac continues to be used to induce vomiting, its homeopathic application has the opposite effect as it alleviates nausea and vomiting.


Arsenicum

Stomach Flu


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Homeopathic Arsenicum helps symptoms common to a stomach flu or food poisoning such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and exhaustion. Arsenicum also helps comfort emotional distress experienced during a debilitating flu.

These uses and indications are based upon traditional Homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Arsenicum 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Arsenicum Album; \-’al-bem\

COMMON NAME
Arsenious Oxide;
arsenic trioxide, white arsenic.

SOURCE & HABITAT

Arsenic in the form of Arsenopynite mineral ore can be found in Europe and North America.

HISTORY

Many attempts were made in history to draw out the medicinal properties of Arsenic. In the 18th century, Dr. Hahnemann identified its homeopathic properties for the treatment of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea related to toxic poisoning and intestinal flu.


Sepia

PMS & Menopause


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The rhythmical resonance between the body and biodiverse matter is revealed in the way homeopathic Sepia – the ink of the cuttlefish – moderates PMS cycles and the accompanying exhaustion, headache and irritability. Sepia is also indicated for the hot flashes of menopause.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Sepia 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Sepia; \se’-pi-a\

COMMON NAME
Cuttlefish, squid

SOURCE & HABITAT

World seas. Especially common to the Mediterranean. Medicine is derived from the ink in the ink bag of the cuttlefish, dried and diluted.

HISTORY

Sepia has long been used as a pigment and ingredient for brands of India ink. Dr. Hahnemann discovered the homeopathic virtues of Sepia when he associated the illness of a young painter with his habit of resting his sepia-inked brush between his lips.


Mag Phos

Menstrual Cramp


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Homeopathic Magnesium Phosphate helps soften the deep contractions of menstrual cramps. Similarly, Mag Phos is indicated for any painful muscle cramp, especially those that follow strenuous exercise.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Mag Phos 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses


LATIN NAME
Magnesia Phosphorica; \mag-phos\

COMMON NAME
Phosphate of Magnesium

SOURCE & HABITAT

A mineral brought from the town of Magnesia in the district of Thessaly. Medicine derived from the pure mineral of phosphate.

HISTORY

This cell salt is a mineral element found in the body’s bones, teeth, brain, nerves, blood and muscle cells. Traditionally used for muscle and nervous disorders. Dr. Hahnemann developed its homeopathic use for relief of muscle cramps.


Cantharis

Bladder Irritations


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Cantharis is homeopathically derived from the Cantharid beetle and is an example of Homeopathy’s use of biodiverse matter. This remedy acts on the urinary tract and helps reduce burning sensation that accompany frequent or difficult urination. As with most homeopathic remedies, Cantharis is particularly effective when taken at the very onset of symptoms.

Active Ingredients (HPUS)
Cantharis 12X

Inactive Ingredients
Sucrose/Lactose

1/2 oz glass bottle
95 doses

LATIN NAME
Cantharis Vesicatoria; \can’-tha-ris\

COMMON NAME
Beetle

SOURCE & HABITAT

This shiny green beetle lives in the south of France, Spain and Italy and survives on ash, honeysuckle, privet and lilacs. Medicine is derived from the dry insect made into powder.

HISTORY

The Cantharid beetle is the “Spanish Fly” recognized for its aphrodisiac properties. Dr. Hahnemann introduced Cantharis in his original works for its homeopathic action on the urinary tract.