Archive for November, 2012

Treatment Of Homeopathic Remedies For Nose running

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Arsenicum album:

When somebody has a low resilience to colds and often has sore throats, and chest problems, his remedy could turn out quite helpful. May have some side effects: the nose often feels stopped up; white, think, burning mucus may be produced and the person may sneeze repeatedly, without relief.

Aconite napellus:

When your cold only yet begins this remedy is used, if the symptoms appear suddenly. If you are freqently exposed to cold and wind, it can only help the illness spread faster. Symptoms: a dry stuffy nose with a hot thin discharge , a scratchy throat, tension in the chest, and choking cough.

If a person has a cold from getting wet he or she should use Dulcamara. It can also be use during the change of the weather. A person who needs Dulcamara also tends to have allergies.

Ferrum phosphoricum:

Helps with more advanced colds when the person feels exhausted, with a small fever, rosy cheeks, a short hard cough, and sneezing.


A remedy for people whose colds easily attack their lungs. Usual symptoms are: one runny one blocked nostril, laryngitis and hoarseness. The person often is thirsty for cold drinks and feels better from massage. People who need this remedy often feel feeble and uneasy or afraid when ill.

Homeopathic Medicines for Viral Fever

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

A rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection. A fever occurs when your temperature rises above its normal range. What’s normal for you may be a little higher or lower than the average temperature of 98.6 F. That’s why it’s hard to say just what a fever is. But a “significant” fever is usually defined as an oral or ear temperature of 102 F or a rectal temperature of 103 F.

Here are list of some homeopathic medicines to get rid of Viral Fever :

Gelsemium : This remedy suits dull, stupid, apathetic conditions. The patient is dizzy and drowsy, the chill is partial; there is a full flowing pulse with an element of weakness in it. It corresponds especially to remittent types of fever and to fevers brought on by warm, relaxing weather.

Asrenicum Alb. : High temperature, septic fevers, intermittent fevers, Hay fever, complete exhaustion, great restlessness.

Eupatorium Perfoliatum : Thirst, great soreness and aching in bones. It releives pain in limbs and muscles which accompanies some forms of febrile disease like p11 and influenza.

Baptisia : Useful in stimulating low fevers, septic conditions of blood, malarial poisioning, epidemic influenza.

Agrostis : Most valuable febrifuge with mental anxiety, restlessness. Coldness and heat alternately occurs.

Belladonna : A high feverish state with perspiration dry, only on the head. Useful in twitching convulsions and pain.

Bryonia : Suits especially a quite form of fever; true, the patient may be restless and toss about, but is always made worse thereby. There is intense headache, dull, stupefying with a sensation as if the head would burst at the temples; sharp pains over the eyes, faintness on rising up, dry mouth and a tongue coated white in the middle.