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Theridion Curassavicum

Theridion Curassavicum: a solution against noise sensitivity and chronic dizziness

Theridion Curassavicum is a homoeopathic remedy of animal origin. It is extracted from a spider that lives on the Curacao island. It is mainly recommended to treat hypersensitivity to noise, but is also effective against various nervous disorders such as chronic dizziness, notably in nervous women, insomnia, anxiety, lack of self-confidence, as well as nasal and hearing infections. This medication is used in combination with other substances like Hypericum perforatum when one suffers from tinnitus.

Origin of Theridion Curassavicum

Theridion Curassavicum is extracted from a spider that lives on the Curacao island, in Latin America. The spider is dried out and ground and the resulting powder is used in the composition of granules of various dosages. This insect is endemic to the Curacao island, which makes the remedy difficult to find. The spider’s whole body is used to manufacture the remedy.

Main indications regarding Theridion Curassavicum

Theridion Curassavicum is mainly prescribed against hypersensitivity to noise. It means that the patient has the impression that the slightest sound deeply and painfully penetrates the body. It is also indicated for treating chronic dizziness that affects nervous women. It is recommended to take granules of Theridion Curassavicum 7 CH to 10 CH twice a day. The treatment can last for 180 days. Theridion Curassavicum is also effective against painful sensitivity affecting the eyes, ears, teeth, and the rest of the nervous system.

Theridion Curassavicum against behavioural disorders

In some cases, the homoeopath may prescribe Theridion Curassavicum for dealing with behavioural disorders. Theses behavioural disorders include nervousness, insomnia, restless sleep, chronic fatigue and mild depression. It can also be taken when suffering from crushing sensations, notably around the eyes. The patient is under the impression that he or she can no longer open his or her eyes and that the slightest movement requires a lot of effort. Besides that, Theridion Curassavicum can also be taken to get rid of mouth dryness and the impression of perpetual thirst.

All of these disorders are neurological problems and it is important to discover the symptoms’ underlying causes. If one suffers from chronic nervousness accompanied by migraines, it is recommended to take a dose of Theridion Curassavicum 30 K. It is also effective against insomnia, although in this case it must be combined with Nux Vomica 7 CH to 9 CH, which helps to dilute the main remedy.

When should you consult a doctor?

Despite the fact that Theridion Curassavicum is effective for treating numerous diseases, a visit to the doctor is sometimes necessary. If dizziness does not cease when being treated, even when the dosage is increased, one must then consult an ENT doctor. Indeed, an ear malfunction may compromise balance and lead to dizziness. In case of insomnia, start by eliminating external factors such as alcohol, tobacco or caffeine.

Treatments and pathologies linked to “Theridion curassavicum”

Associated treatments

  • Borax
  • Bryonia Alba
  • Lycopodium clavatum
  • Phosphorus

Associated diseases

  • Motion sickness
  • Vertigo

Good to know: Theridion Curassavicum is especially effective against temporary behavioural disorders. We can quote sensitivity to noise, chronicle vertigo or anxiety disorders. This remedy is sometimes prescribed for certain nose or ear infections.

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