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Bellis perennis

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”.

Overview of the remedy

Bellis perennis is used in homoeopathy for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antiecchymotic properties. Bellis perennis is available in several forms including capsules, granules, vials, or drinkable drops, although granules are the most commonly used form of the remedy. Bellis perennis is a soft remedy that can even be used by lactating or pregnant women. In addition, it can cure the main symptoms resulting from light trauma as well as any related secondary disorder.

Main indications

In homoeopathy, Bellis perennis is used to treat traumas, bruises and wounds caused by a shock or an ordinary accident. More specifically,  the trauma may be breast contusion due to a surgery or a medical examination. It can also relieve pelvis or coccyx contusions.

Bellis perennis can also alleviate muscle aches and bruises that affect the pelvic and abdominal muscles. It reduces all types of injuries that occur on any part of the body and can even relieve the physical and mental exhaustion that accompany the trauma. Finally, Bellis perennis is also used to treat lower back pain that radiates to the abdomen.

Recommended dosage in case of trauma

To treat general soreness affecting the body after a trauma, the patient should take 3 granules of Bellis perennis 4 or 5 CH three times a day 7 days. Bellis perennis can also be used in combination with other homoeopathic remedies to optimize the treatment. To relieve breast trauma, treatment should include 5 granules of Bellis perennis 5 CH, used in combination with 5 granules of Conium maculatum 5 CH, to be taken twice a day for a week.

To relieve coccyx pain, combine Bellis perennis with Hypericum perforatum 15 CH to 30 CH, by taking 5 granules of each remedy every half hour over a 7-day period. It is recommended to space out the intakes according to the patient’s improving condition. For breast or lower limb contusions, Bellis perennis 5 CH can be used in combination with Arnica montana 9 CH. Regarding dosage, in the beginning of treatment 5 granules of the remedy should be taken 4 times in a row, with 15-minute intervals between intakes, followed by two daily intakes until the bruise’s complete disappearance.

Treatments and pathologies linked to “bellis perennis”

Associated treatments

  • Apis Mellifera
  • Arnica Montana
  • Conium Maculatum
  • Hypericum perforatum
  • Hypericum perforatum
  • Ledum Mite Malaria
  • Pyrogenium
  • Toxicodendron Poison
  • Ruta graveolens
  • Acidum Sarcolacticum
  • Staphysagria
  • Symphytum

Associated pathologies

  • Bruising
  • Trauma

Good to know: Bellis perennis can also be prescribed to treat major injuries accompanied by physical exhaustion.

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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.