Archive for November, 2011

Homeopathic Remedies for Constipation

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Diet, exercise, and lifestyle factors are often the key to constipation. Homeopathic remedies can also help the body work efficiently. Longstanding cased of constipation, or those with great discomfort, may be best addressed with a constitutional remedy and the guidance of a homeopathic practitioner.

Bryonia: This remedy is indicated for constipation with a feeling of dryness in the rectum and large dry stools that are hard to push out, with sticking or tearing pains. The person feels grouchy or out of sorts, and may be tense from business-related worries.

Calcarea carbonica: People who need this remedy often feel more stable when constipated, and experience discomfort and fatigue when the bowels have moved. Large stools are hard at first, then sticky, then liquid. The person may feel chilly and sluggish, have clammy hands and feet, crave sweets, and feel weak and anxious when ill or overworked.

Causticum: This remedy may be helpful when stool is difficult to pass, with lots of painful straining. The person’s face may turn red from effort, and more success may come from standing up. When it finally emerges, the stool will be narrow and full of mucus.

Graphites: This remedy is indicated when large stools look like “sheep dung” or little balls stuck together with mucus. Aching often is felt in the anus after the bowels have moved. People who need this remedy are slow to become alert in the morning, usually stout, and have a tendency toward eczema.

Lycopodium: A person who needs this remedy has frequent indigestion with gas and bloating, and many problems involving the bowels. Rubbing the abdomen or drinking something warm may help to relieve the symptoms. A craving for sweets and an energy slump in late afternoon and early evening are strong indications for Lycopodium.

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Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Homeopathic Remedies for Menopause

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

When a woman starts to enter the age of menopausal, problems and concerns such an event brings is bound to affect her life. Changes both physical and psychological start to occur. To name a few psychological systems one will start to see flaring tempers, mood swings, anxiety attacks and depression. Physiological wise loss of hair and gaining of weight are but the beginning of the nightmare. The good news is that no matter how difficult and uncomfortable most of the pre menopause symptoms are they eventually end. The trick is to find ways to stick it through while the symptoms last.

Here are some Homeopathic remedies for menopause:

1. Lachesis : It is an effective homeopathic cure for menopausal problems. It works best for symptoms of severe headaches, or insomnia. A side advantage to this treatment is that it can also increase the libido in women.

2. Belladonna : This is a remedy useful for hot flushes, especially on occasions where the heat felt is sudden and intense.

3. Ignatia: Ignatia is very helpful for those who have bouts of emotional ups and downs during menopause. During this period the woman will be very sensitive and may seem very guarded and defensive. Mood swings, and moments of hysteria can also be seen on occasions. Strong indications for Ignatia are when sensing a heavy feeling in the chest and sudden outbursts of tears or laughter.

4. Sepia : This is yet another great homeopathic medicine for menopausal symptoms. It is very handy for times when one experience sudden bouts of hysterical tendencies. It is also very effective for other menopausal problems such as agoraphobia or the fear of going out and meeting with friends.

5. Cimicifuga racemosa : it is used when the woman appears to be more talkative and restless than usual.

6. Pulsatilla : A person who is prescribed this remedy must be soft and emotional, with apparent mood swings and a heightened tendency toward bursting into tears.

7. Sulphur: This remedy is very useful to ward off the effects of hot flashes and flushing during menopause.

8. Bellis perennis : it can be use for when the woman is frequently tired and suffers from constant backache.

Homeopathic Remedies For Chalazia

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

For homeopaths or doctors who practice homeopathic medicine, surgical removal can only give temporary relief to chalazion sufferers. Since this is not a permanent cure, those with a history of chalazion have a higher chance of experiencing re-growths in the future. Homeopathic remedies, however, do not only treat the chalazion but the individual’s propensity or predisposition to develop styes and chalazia. Thus, homeopaths say that after a full course of homeopathy treatment for chalazion — which can last for about 5 to 6 months — a person is said to be fully and permanently cured of chalazia.

As mentioned in the second paragraph of this article, there are currently over 40 known homeopathic remedies for treating a chalazion. The determination as to which one to use will have to be made by your homeopath after a thorough evaluation of your symptoms, lifestyle and other factors. Many homeopaths nowadays harness the power of the Internet by simply asking the patient to answer a consultation form and prescribing the homeopathic regimen based on that.

We will discuss a few homeopathic remedies in the paragraph that follows. However, these are mainly for informational purposes only and should not be construed as homeopathic advice. If you want to go the homeopathic route, schedule an appointment with the homeopathic physician nearest you or search for homeopathic doctors online.

One of the remedies commonly used is a tincture made from Platanus occidentale (American sycamore tree) and calendula (pot marigold). These, according to homeopaths, soften the chalazion and eventually remove it. It is also said to be instrumental in removing the recurring nature of styes and chalazia. Other remedies include homeopathic preparations from the highly toxic belladonna (Devil’s Berries) to treat sudden swelling and redness, alumina (synthetically produced aluminum oxide), Conium Maculatum and Staphysagria.

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