Homeopathic Remedies For Bird Flu

Viral illnesses have in the past proved lifesaving in these circumstances. Mass doses can be produced quickly. However there is not now the experience that past generations of homeopaths had acquired, nor the public acceptance of homeopathic treatment. Whilst we are preparing for this pandemic to arrive we, as homeopaths need to prepare. We need to practice our skills in acute medicine particularly viral illness.

Here, probably general practitioner homeopaths are probably best placed. We see viral illness routinely and know it’s natural course. We will be required to pick out those strange rare and peculiar homeopathic symptoms; We need to understand the homeopathic modalities.


Gelsemium Sempervirens

Gelsemium is commonly known as yellow jasmine or woodbine. The perennial vine is a commonly used homeopathic remedy, according to Clarke’s “Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica.” It is a useful remedy for people who have sore throats along with the flu, and who may also have fever, headaches, double vision, and feel weak and limp. They can experience chills and have droopy eyelids as well. The person needing this remedy usually does not want to drink any liquids, even when they have a fever.

Nux Vomica

Nux vomica is a remedy commonly recommended by homeopaths to treat the flu accompanied by vomiting, chills and a dry cough, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The flu causes watery mucus discharge and a dry cough. Nux vomica treats severe chills and aching. The flu can be accompanied by indigestion as well.


Baptisia treats stomach flu and the early symptoms of the flu, according to Clarke’s “Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica”. The flu makes the person feel weak and want to lie down, and also to have sore and bruised feeling in the muscles along with vomiting and diarrhea. The flu symptoms come on quickly. High fever and perspiration also occur.

Eupatorium Perfolatum

Eupatoriaum perfolatum is a homeopathic remedy for the flu that is accompanied by aching muscles and a feeling of being bruised, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The headaches are bursting and the eyes feel sore. Sneezing and a runny nose are other symptoms, as well as a desire to drink cold water.

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