FICUS RELIGIOSA, Ashwathya,

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: FICUS RELIGIOSA
Tincture made of fresh leaves, Proved by Dr. Sarat Chandra
Ghose, Calcuta India in 1903
Used with success in the following diseases: Hematemesis,
Hematuria, Menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, hemoptysis,
dysentery mixed with blood, bleeding piles, epistaxis.
Hemorrhage of typhoid, bleeding hemorrhoids and
nosebleed. Planets Moon. The patient is very weak and
restless, profuse discharge of bright red blood, bearing
down pains i lower abdomen. Headache, very weak and
restless, sight dim, burning at the top of the head.
J.H Clarke said, that Dr. Chandra discovered the power
to cause and cure hemorrhages of many kinds.
Mind quiet and disinclined to move, sad and melancholy.
Head; Nausea, vertigo, and slight headache (with hemo-
rrhages). Slight dim, epistaxis,, face becomes yellowish,
stomach vomitting of bright blood. Bearing-down pains
in lower part of abdomen.
Stool and anus dysentery with menorrhagia, with bright
red blood. Female sexual organs Menorrhagia, bright
red blood, bearing down pains in lower abdomen.
Respiratory organs: Difficulty of breathing, inclination to
cough, causing him to spit blood.
Generalieties: Very weak and restless.
Indian name of the plant Ashwathya,
Boericke W, writes it is good for bloody urine
Kamthan P.S. writes cures hemorrhages of many kinds,
metrorrhage, and the guiding symptoms in bright red bloody
urine is uneasiness and extreme weakness following
hemorrhage.
Beatriz H Hill, Medicina Homeopática Behhill

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