||Homeopathic Clinical Indication*
|Aconitum napellus D4 (Monks hood)
||Indicated for those who become ill after each shock, fright, stress, or exposure to cold and cold wind or atmospheric changes. Acute, sudden onset of infection and high fever with thirst for cold drinks, a flushed face and constricted pupils with chills and coldness.
|Baptisia tinctoria D3 (Wild Indigo)
||Supportive action on mucous membranes and blood with anti-septic action. Specific action in febrile, septic conditions characterised by mental dullness, weakness, confusion and sleepiness. Influenza with severe body pain and soreness. Fevers alternating with chills with dark flushed face.
|Echinacea purpurea D1 (Purple coneflower)
||A remedy with blood cleansing action for septic febrile conditions with chills and formation of discharges with offensive odour.
|Eupatorium perfoliatum D2 (Boneset)
||Useful in ‘run down’ weakened constitutions and weakness in the elderly. Supports the mucous membranes on the bronchi and indicated for periodical reoccurring infections and fever or when infection occurs after exposure to cold with unbearable body and bone aches starting in the lower back. Extreme coldness and sensitivity to cold with the fever.
|Sambucus nigra D2 (Elder)
||Sickly children with recurrent respiratory tract infections such as croup and general weakness of the respiratory system. Low immune states after anxiety, grief or negative emotions. Colds which always descend into the lower respiratory tract. Fever starts on going to sleep or lying down.
|Thuja occidentals D12 (Arbor Vitae)
||Action on the lymphatic system and swollen glands and for those who become ill after exposure to cold and wet weather or are unwell after vaccinations. Indicated for viral skin infections and growths such as warts or molluscum. Fevers with chills which start in the afternoons.