Symptoms appear suddenly and violently, often at night. They may appear after catching a chill or after a fright.
Fear or extreme anxiety may accompany symptoms. An important remedy for high fevers with extreme thirst and sweat.
Major remedy for violent, dry croupy coughs. It is most effective when used at the beginning of an illness.
Monkshood, a beautiful yet poisonous plant with blue flowers, is native to mountainous areas of Europe and Asia. Haircuts for curly hair It is widely cultivated as a garden plant
Ant tart is prepared from the chemical substance antimony potassium tartrate, and is traditionally referred to as tartar emetic. Ant tart affects the mucous membranes of the lungs.
A wet, rattling cough from deep in the lungs, with shortness of breath and wheezing. Helps to bring up mucus from the lungs.
The remedy is prepared from the honey bee. The well-known effects of its sting describe the remedy picture very well.
A useful remedy after injuries, especially from bites or stings where there is subsequent swelling, puffiness and redness. The affected area feels like a water bag. A fever appears quickly and without any thirst.
The person appears restless and irri table. The symptoms are often relieved by the application of a cold compress, or exposure to cold air.