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Treating heart and gynaecological conditions with Cactus grandiflorus

Cactus grandiflorus literally means large-flowered cactus. Originally from Jamaica and Mexico, this plant is from the Cactaceae family and bears flowers that have a rather short lifespan. This plant is very useful in homoeopathy because its Read more …

Zincum metallicum-based homoeopathic treatments

In homoeopathy, Zincum metallicum is intended for the treatment of health conditions in two distinct fields: gynaecology and psychology. In that regard, Zincum metallicum is prescribed to patients who suffer from behavioural disorders and Read more …

Using Bryonia alba to relieve infectious, inflammatory and rheumatologic conditions

Bryonia alba is a homoeopathic remedy made from the roots of white bryony. Effective for dealing with many diseases, this remedy is sold in the form of granules, phials, drops, suppositories and triturations. In the wild, White bryony is toxic, but the process to turn it into a homoeopathic remedy demonstrates the plant’s effectiveness for treating and relieving several types of diseases. Read more …

Belladonna, a remedy that has multiple therapeutic properties

Frequently used in homoeopathy, Belladonna is a remedy made from a vegetable stock that is very popular for its medicinal properties. Widespread in the Alpine regions, Atropa Belladonna (its scientific name) is a plant that has many virtues despite a high toxicity. As a result, once the mother tincture necessary to the remedy’s preparation is obtained, it is diluted several times to ensure that the final substance is free of any toxicity. Nevertheless, thanks to the potentisation process, the drug’s curative virtues remain intact, ensuring optimal therapeutic efficiency. Although Belladonna is often used to treat fever and acute respiratory infections, know that this remedy’s scope of action goes well beyond these indications. Read more …

Treating gynaecological, dermatological and circulatory disorders with Bovista gigantea

One of the advantages of homeopathic remedies is their natural origin. In fact, they are made from plant, animal and mineral extracts. As for Bovista gigantea, it comes from the mushroom Calvatia gigantea or Giant puffball. Read more …

Treating behavioural and gastroenterological disorders with Nux vomica

Nux vomica is a homoeopathic remedy that is mainly recommended in case of self-induced intoxication caused by an inadequate lifestyle characterized by stress, overeating or lack of physical activity. This remedy is made with the seeds of the strychnine tree, a deciduous tree found in south-east Asia. To obtain the mother tincture, it is necessary to dry the seeds. The Nux vomica homoeopathic remedy is sold in different forms: capsules, drinkable drops, phials, suppositories and trituration. Read more …

Apis mellifica, a remedy of many therapeutic virtues

Apis mellifica refers to the former scientific name of the honey bee (now Apis mellifera). For a thousand years, this bee has been used in various fields, the Egyptians using it to cure several types of diseases. Since its effectiveness has been proven, the bee-produced remedy has extended its scope of action and is now used in homoeopathy to provide pain relief. This product is also used to treat rheumatism and has a large number of applications in the ENT field, particularly in the treatment of conjunctivitis and otitis. Apis mellifica comes in the form of granules, drops, drinkable vials and suppositories. Read more …

Relieving traumas and their side effects with Bellis Perennis

Bellis Perennis is a homoeopathic remedy extracted from a perennial herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family, and known as “Common Daisy” or “Lawn Daisy”. Read more …

Berberis vulgaris: an effective remedy for treating numerous pathological disorders

Berberis vulgaris is a homoeopathic remedy made ??from European barberry, a shrub that belongs to the Berberidaceae family and bears red ovoid berries. The shrub’s dried roots and bark are used to obtain the mother tincture containing the plant’s active ingredients. After a series of physical and chemical extractions, the mother tincture undergoes numerous dilutions according to the usual preparation procedure of homoeopathic remedies. Thanks to its different therapeutic properties, Berberis vulgaris can be used to cure many diseases. The remedy comes in a variety of forms, although it is mostly found in the form of granules, triturations and drops. Read more …

Treating nasal polyposis and pruritus ani with Teucrium Marum

The homoeopathic remedy Teucrium Marum comes from a perennial sub-shrub of the Labiatae family. The plant is easily recognizable by its fluffy leaves, hairy fruit and pink flowers. It contains a terpenic component that causes sexual arousal in cats, hence its common name of ‘Cat thyme’. Originally, it was used in powder form to treat nasal polyposis. Read more …

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Pathology and homeopathy are two fields of scientific research that go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, homeopathic research on a disease is always accompanied by a pathological study of that disease. Pathology is the scientific field that studies diseases, while homeopathy is a gentle method for treating diseases. Homeopathic treatment follows the principles of similarity (Similia similibus curentur or "likes are cured by likes") and comprehensiveness. There is no universal treatment for a given disease; it must be adapted to each patient.