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Alleviating spasmodic disorders with Agaricus muscarius

The homoeopathic remedy Agaricus muscarius is manufactured from the poisonous fungus Amanita Muscari, commonly known as fly agaric, and able to cause neurological and gastrointestinal disorders. This hallucinogenic mushroom grows in forests of conifers and broad-leaved trees. Also known as “fly amanita”, this fungus grows from summer to the end of the autumn. Read more …

Treating alopecia with Thallium metallicum

Thallium metallicum is made from thallium, a metallic element of which the symbol is Tl and the atomic number is 81. It is a grey-white, soft and very malleable metal that has properties similar to those of lead. When present in the form of sulphate, thallium is toxic and dangerous. In fact, this by-product is used in the composition of many insecticides and rat poisons. Read more …

Treating inflammatory pathologies and suppurations with Calcarea sulfurica

Calcarea sulfurica is a homoeopathic remedy made from calcium sulphate. It is included in the list of the 12 biochemic cell salts drawn up by Wilhelm Heinrich Schüßler or Schuessler, a German doctor who had examined Hahnemann’s works. Read more …

Calcarea carbonica ostrearum, a cure of many therapeutic virtues

Calcarea carbonica ostrearum is a remedy that is widely used in homoeopathy. It is made from calcium carbonate, which is itself extracted from oyster shells. Being very rich in minerals, this substance has a long-lasting action on the patient’s body. As a result, Calcarea carbonica ostrearum can thoroughly treat various organic and metabolic disorders. Read more …

Caladium seguinum, an effective remedy against male impotence

Caladium seguinum is a homoeopathic remedy of vegetable origin that is produced from a tropical plant native to South America, the Dieffenbachia seguine, commonly known as Dumb Cane. This plant belongs to the Araceae family and is very often used as an ornamental plant. Read more …

Fighting off insomnia and spasmophilia with Valeriana officinalis

Valeriana officinalis is the scientific name of Valerian, a plant originally from North Asia and Europe that belongs to the Valerianaceae family. It bears pink or white flowers with umbel-shaped stalks. The plant’s roots are used to produce aliquid preparation called “mother tincture”. Read more …

Natrum Muriaticum, an effective remedy with many spheres of action

The homoeopathic remedy  is made from sodium chloride (or sea salt), which is naturally present in the sea. This remedy, known for its multiple therapeutic properties, was originally originally created with salt from the salt marshes of the Guérande peninsula. Read more …

How to alleviate sleeping disorders and problems caused by anaesthesia with Opium

Opium is a psychotropic substance obtained from the latex of the opium poppy. To be more specific, the resins found in the Papaver somniferum’s seeds (the scientific name of the plant) are dried to make opium. This substance contains two main categories of alkaloids, including phenanthrenes and benzylisoquinolines. Only the phenanthrenes affect the nervous system. Read more …

Treating dermatological diseases with Anagallis arvensis

Anagallis arvensis comes from the plant of the same name. Better known as Scarlet pimpernel, this plant of the Myrsine family is fairly common in gardens and meadows and is considered a weed. The resulting homeopathic remedy comes in the form of capsules and is very effective. Read more …

Tabacum, a natural and effective antiemetic

Tabacum is a homoeopathic remedy extracted from the tobacco plant (Nicotina tabacum), which belongs to the Solanaceae family. The fresh leaves of tobacco are harvested before they flower, and are then subjected to dilution and potentisation processes. Thanks to its antiemetics virtues, Tabacum is recommended in the prevention of nausea caused by pregnancy or by various means of locomotion. 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.