Agaricus was introduced as homeopathic antipsoric medicine from Samuel Hahnemann in the second edition of his book ‘Chronic Diseases’ as of 1835. The remedy has several provings which show many symptoms in the brain, spine, head, eyes, heart, liver, gastro-intestinal and uro-genital system. It has deep profound action on the human organism, marked with many twitching, spasms, convulsions, dizziness and weakness.
‘It is difficult to understand the rare remedies in depth, but when we prescribe them correctly, they can perform miracles and help people out of the most difficult situations. At the present time, much research is being done on these rare remedies, which are in fact major remedies for those who need them.”
D. Grandgeorge, The Spirit of Homeopathic Medicines
As a continuation from the previous article, this one presents the next three homeopathic remedies among those prescribed for ailments from fear and fright. More explanations about the causative factors you may find in Part One.
This is the first piece from new article series related to the major homeopathic remedies for fear. The articles contain also cross references made between the respective homeopathic remedy and its corresponding Bach flower essence from the group ‘For those who have fear’, where appropriate to point out such correlation.
This article briefly covers 7 of the most frequently used homeopathic remedies for treatment of gastrointestinal disorders during the hot summer months.