SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS
Blood root, Puccon, N.O. Papaveracea,
Burning is a leading note of SANG. Burning eyes, tears,
tongue and throat feels burnt or scalded. Burning soles,
burning palms, burning chest between breasts, burning
chest followed by heat through abdomen and diarrhea.
A Right sided remedy, > lying over right side, affects
right lung in concommitance with liver affeactions.
Headache: 1.)Periodic-every 7th, day 2.) geings in the
morning 3.) by sleep 7) returns at climateric
and Hering described it as the “American sick-headache”
Sang. Prominent feature is the affection of the whole
respiratory tract, irritates the nasal mucous membrane
causing burning coriza with pain in root of nose, lost
or perverted sense of smell and sensitiveness of smell
to odor of flowers, influenza, hay-fever, ozaena and
polypus throught the nose and larynx
Red face, flushed face, red cheeck as in phthisis,
Layngitis, and membranous croup.
Tracheal and bronchieal cough with influenza with
dry cough, wheezing, shistling metalic, sputa
almost imposible to raise, the relief comes by
the expe toration of a thick plug of mucus which was
causing suffocation and the patient could not discharge.
Rheumatic pains in right arm and shoulder and cannot
lift the arm. Pains where bones have less skin like the
tibia área.
For severe cough after whooping cough and returns
when cold appears.
WOMEN: Climateric disorders, itching of axilae before menses.
eruptions of young women before menses, leucorrhea,
painful enlargement of breasts, HEADACHES..
IT IS A DINAMIC REMEDY TO THE NARCOSIS OF OPIUM.
By Beatriz H Hill, Medicina Homeopática Behhill

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