Slow & Fast Acute Remedies in Homeopathy

In homeopathy there are some, so called, fast and slow remedies indicated in acute conditions – viral or bacterial. This article indicates those most frequently prescribed in acute infections, which can be used for self help. There are links to another articles on NRS, where those remedies are presented in more details.

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Homeopathic Treatment of Dysentery

“The constant straining and desire for a stool are caused by inflammation of the large intestine, and not by the presence of faeces as in a healthy person; this disease is not, as commonly believed, diarrhea, but just the reverse, it is constipation.”
C Hering, The Homeopathic Domestic Physician

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Homeopathy for Nephritis

This article provides description of 17 homeopathic remedies for treatment of nephritis.
It is part from a set of articles, related to the most common urinary infections, starting with involuntary urination of children (enuresis), inflammation of the kidneys (nephritis), inflammation of the bladder (cystitis), and other related urinary disorders. All of them are subject to successful treatment with the homeopathic remedies.

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