ZEA MAYS

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ZEA MAYS

REMEDY OF THE DAY: Corn, maiz, maiz dulce, maiz tierno, jojoto, cuatequil choclo, zara, borona, aloatí, atoverde, canquil, capiá, caucha, etc. etc. etc. Native form America Zea meaning BEING A LIFE. this remedy has two parts used as remedy the silky tassels found inside the husk of ...corn and the

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CALENDULA OFFICINALIS

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CALENDULA OFFICINALIS

Marygold. Tinture of leaves and flowers. Wounds and Ulcers A vulnerary remedy, especially for supurating wounds, is the Homeopathic anticeptic, to restore and vitalize all lacerated and infected wounds, and it will not produce inflamations or aggravations that will worsen the area of the open wound, so we can use

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FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM

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FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM

Moench, buckwheat, tartary buckwheat, bitter buckwheat, used as a crop, rich in iron, zinc and selenium. Tincture made of the whole plant. Deppressed and irritable, bad mood, or excesiveness of joy. Not capable of paying attention, with itching of eye and ears, pains deep in head with upward pressure. Occipital

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COCCULUS INDICA

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COCCULUS INDICA

Kakaman (hindi), fish berry (as a fishing bite), levant nut. Ligtang, aria, bayati, (Philippines, East India, Malaysia, New Guinea. The anti-lice (pediculicide) remedy and effective treating ring worm,and the remedy is made out of the dries seedS. Cocculus has been used as a poison to make fish torpid and

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A valuable lesson by Dr. Boenninghausen

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A valuable lesson by Dr. Boenninghausen

PHILOSOPHY: As Hahnemann assured us, the inveterate prejudice expressed in the prescriptions could only be overcome gradually, namely, that every remedy influences in a curative manner one or the other general disease, and that therefore several would have to be prescribed together in one prescription, in order to satisfy all

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CORVUS CORAX

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CORVUS CORAX

RAVEN- Since they were persecuted for centuries, this may be why there is such a strong sensitivity to danger. The wellbeing of the family and to the suffering of others in this remedy. The deepest innner feeling is the conflict between the desire to care for others and the desire

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PHILOSOPHY: Samuel Hahnemann

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PHILOSOPHY: Samuel Hahnemann

"Yes, of course, people say my discovery of homeopathy can be shown to rest on certain hints and ideas scattered throughout the past in such places as Hippocrates, Paracelsus and Arabian medicine. But let me assure you that is not how it was discovered. No matter how many ideas I

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ARALIA RACEMOSA

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ARALIA RACEMOSA

Common names American spikenard, small spikenard, Indian root, spice berry, spignet, life-of-man, petty morel is an ornamental plant in the Araliaceae family native to the United States and Canada. Its native range includes most of the eastern United States. The homeopathic uses have been chiefly based on a proving by

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Carcinosin

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Carcinosin

Considered one of the greatest nosodes in homeopathic medicine. Indications for carcinosin is too much responsibility in childhood, indignation and rudeness. Concerns and regards for others is a fundamental part of the Carcinosin portrait. Carcinosin has family history and a personal history to alcohol or drugs, or cigarettes and caffeine

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SYPHILLINUM

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SYPHILLINUM

SYPHILITIC VIRUS: Destruction, chronic degenerative stage. Pains from darkness to daylight, begins at twilight and end with daylight. pains increase and decrease gradually worse at night, from sundown to sunrise eruptions: dull red, copper colored spots, becoming blue when getting cold. Extreme emaciation of entire body, Heart lancinating pains from

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REMEDY PLEASE

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REMEDY PLEASE

Depressed Daisy grieves over neglected duty, Excessive dancing makes her menses scanty. Sees countless stars with various colors flickering, T'is terror of conscience gives moroseness in the beginning! Beef tea or a cup of tea makes her loose her appetite, But every cup of coffee,gives a diarrhea,quite right

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HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS

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HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS

Like some other members of the Saxifragaceæ, Hydrangea. has a traditional reputation as a "stone-breaking" remedy having been used in calculous diseases for many years. Dr. Nottingham, of Lansing, says (Amer. Hom. November 15, 1899) that in physiological doses it produces "giddiness, oppression of the chest, and acts as a

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Nyctanthes Arbor-Tristis

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Nyctanthes Arbor-Tristis

REMEDY OF THE DAY: (Dr Sarat Chandra Ghose) The following observations, provings, and clinical experience were supplied by Dr. Sarat Chandra Ghose, of Calcutta, India. They were made about the years 1898-1903 : Name : Nyctanthes, Arbor Tristis, Sad tree. In Sanskrit it is called Sephalika ; in Bengali, Siuli ; in Hindi, Harsinghar

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CAUSTICUM

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CAUSTICUM

REMEDY OF THE DAY:   A Hahnemann anti-psoric "unique" remedy generally of an obstinate character. Manifest its action in chronic rheumatism, paralytic arthritis do to its tearing and drawing, shooting pains in the muscular and fibrous tissues with joint deformities, BURNS SENSATION OF SORENESS AND RAWNESS - PARALYSIS Faint-like goneness, culminating

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