Archive for March, 2013

Indigestion Can By Cured By Homeopathy

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Indigestion and gas can be caused by poor eating habits, emotional tension, food allergies, imbalances in stomach acid or digestive enzymes, and many other causes. For moderate problems, homeopathy can offer a number of safe and gentle remedies. If discomfort is chronic and persistent or if symptoms are extreme, a doctor should be consulted.

Carbo vegetabilis: Sour belching bringing only small relief, burning pain in the stomach and abdomen, and flatulence after eating may be seen when this remedy is needed. The person feels cold and faint, with a strong desire for fresh or moving air. Digestion may be slow and incomplete, with nausea or cramping.

Bryonia: When this remedy is indicated, the stomach feels heavy, with rising acid and a bitter or sour taste. Pain and nausea are worse from motion of any kind. The person may have a dry mouth and be thirsty for long drinks, which may increase discomfort. Bryonia is strongly suggested if a person is grumpy and wants to stay completely still and not be touched or talked to.

Lycopodium: This remedy is indicated for many digestive troubles. The person’s appetite may be ravenous, but eating even a small amount can cause a feeling of fullness and bloating. Rumbling gas may form in the abdomen, pressing upward and making breathing difficult. The person often has a strong desire for sweets, is sleepy after meals, and feels worst in the late afternoon and evening.

Colocynthis: Cutting, cramping pain in the stomach and abdomen, with relief from hard pressure or from doubling over, indicates a need for this remedy. A bitter taste in the mouth, a feeling that the intestines are about to burst, or a sensation that stones are grinding together in the abdomen may be present. Indigestion may be worse when the person feels upset, especially after suppressing anger.

Arsenicum album: This remedy may be indicated if a person feels anxious, restless yet exhausted, and is worse from the smell and sight of food. Burning pain is felt in the stomach and esophagus, which often is relieved by warmth and sitting up. Vomiting and diarrhea are possible. Upsets from spoiled food or from eating too much fruit often respond to this remedy.

Homeopathic Medicines for Indigestion and Gas

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013


Homeopathic Treatment for Endometriosis

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

Endometriosis is the bleeding, pain and inflammation caused by the migration and growth of the lining of the uterus. These cells typically begin to grow in adjacent areas of the body, and usually have significant implications for the long term fertility of an individual. Hormonal imbalances, particularly in the amount of oestrogen in the body, are thought to be a factor in endometriosis. Oestrogen is the hormone responsible for the growth of the cells lining the uterus.

Traditional medical treatment options typically involve medication to control the inflammation, surgery to remove tissue and hormone treatments to attempt to reduce oestrogen levels.A consultation with a qualified homeopath will typically involve a holistic assessment of your health and symptoms, with a remedy chosen based on the latter indicators. The practitioner will identify the patients constitutional type, which is comprised of an individual’s physical, emotional, and psychological profile, taking account of factors such as their personality, medical history and symptoms. The more information a homeopath has the more likely a course of treatment will be successful.

Homeopathic treatments are intended to alleviate the pain and cramping associated with endometriosis, as well as the hormonal imbalance that characterises the condition. Some more common homeopathic remedies that may be utilised for endometriosis include the following

Arnica montana – bruising

Cimicufuga racemosa – menstrual pain

Colocynthis – cramping

Sepia – hormonal imbalances

Homeopathic remedy for ovarian cysts

Saturday, March 9th, 2013

Ovarian cysts are the small fluid-filled sacs that develop in ovaries. Most ovarian cysts are benign. Ovarian cysts resemble bubbles, contain only fluids and are surrounded by very thin wall. If ovarian follicle grows larger than two centimeters, it is considered as ovarian cyst. Women of all ages are affected by ovarian cysts, but most often it affects women during their childbearing years. They can appear normally and disappear within several weeks without any treatment. Ovarian cysts are generally harmless, but sometimes may cause problems such as rupturing, bleeding or pain. In some cases surgery may be necessary to remove the cysts.

Homeopathic Remedies for Ovary Cyst and Ovary Pain

Apis mellifica (Apis) – It is a whole honeybee. In homeopathy it is known as bee sting therapy. It acts on right ovary causing the inflammation of the ovary. It causes burning, stinging and swelling. Apis mellifica is also effective for the left ovary.

Mercurius corrosivus – used for treating ovarian neuralgia.

Belladona (Bell) – This remedy is effective in treating acute ovaritis. The symptoms involve pain on the right side, sensitivity of the patient, flushed and shiny face.

Platinum – For sensitive ovaries, burning pain and chronic ovarian irritation with sexual excitement.

Palladium – Tumefaction and induration of the right ovary.

Aurum – Ovarian induration.

Lillium – Ovarian neuralgias.

Staphisagria – Remedy for ovarian irritation that occur in nervous women.

Lacheis (Lach) – Discharge from the womb alleviates pain in left ovary.

Graphites – Tumefaction and induration of the left ovary.

Arsenicum (Ars) – Right ovary affected by burning pain. Women thirsty, irritable and restless.

Colocynth – Ovarian colic.

Hamamelis – Ovaritis and ovarian neuralgia.

Thuja – Chronic grumbling pain in the ovaries.

Podophyllum – Pain in the right ovary.

Homeopathic Treatment For Gastric Problems

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

Indigestion and gas can be caused by poor eating habits, emotional tension, food allergies, imbalances in stomach acid or digestive enzymes, and many other causes. For moderate problems, homeopathy can offer a number of safe and gentle remedies. If discomfort is chronic and persistent or if symptoms are extreme, a doctor should be consulted.

To some of us, these problems are occasional and to others they are all too common. The good news is that you won’t die from it, but the bad news is that sometimes you feel like you are experiencing a slow and painful death.

Although we may want to curse at our digestive tract, the fact of the matter is that our digestive symptoms are actually defenses of the body in its best efforts to defend and heal ourselves. The symptoms that we experience may not always feel like they are healing us, but these symptoms are our body’s efforts to defend ourselves against poisons in our food, against substances to which we may be allergic, against overdosing on too much food or drink, against the stresses that we experience before, during, or after eating, or simply against unknown fac tors that affect the digestive processes.

Homeopathic Medicines :

Colocynthis: Cutting, cramping pain in the stomach and abdomen, with relief from hard pressure or from doubling over, indicates a need for this remedy. A bitter taste in the mouth, a feeling that the intestines are about to burst, or a sensation that stones are grinding together in the abdomen may be present. Indigestion may be worse when the person feels upset, especially after suppressing anger.

Lycopodium: This remedy is indicated for many digestive troubles. The person’s appetite may be ravenous, but eating even a small amount can cause a feeling of fullness and bloating. Rumbling gas may form in the abdomen, pressing upward and making breathing difficult. The person often has a strong desire for sweets, is sleepy after meals, and feels worst in the late afternoon and evening.

Carbo vegetabilis: Sour belching bringing only small relief, burning pain in the stomach and abdomen, and flatulence after eating may be seen when this remedy is needed. The person feels cold and faint, with a strong desire for fresh or moving air. Digestion may be slow and incomplete, with nausea or cramping.

Arsenicum album: This remedy may be indicated if a person feels anxious, restless yet exhausted, and is worse from the smell and sight of food. Burning pain is felt in the stomach and esophagus, which often is relieved by warmth and sitting up. Vomiting and diarrhea are possible. Upsets from spoiled food or from eating too much fruit often respond to this remedy.

Bryonia: When this remedy is indicated, the stomach feels heavy, with rising acid and a bitter or sour taste. Pain and nausea are worse from motion of any kind. The person may have a dry mouth and be thirsty for long drinks, which may increase discomfort. Bryonia is strongly suggested if a person is grumpy and wants to stay completely still and not be touched or talked to.