The homeopathic approach to the erectile dysfunction is holistic. The entire personality of an individual, together with his specific reaction to the external irritating factors, has significance for the prescription of the right remedy. The causation of the impotence is essential for prescription.
In this article are included the three major remedies for incomplete or absent erection – Lycopodium, Agnus castus and Caladium.
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.
The mind concentrates on one’s internal or external aspect of the personality considered as shortcomings, fauld, disadvantage or shameful. As a consequence, feelings of helplessness and possibly guilt are developed, and the self esteem is lowered.
The flower essence from Elm by Dr Edward Bach is for those who doubt their own ability to handle their engagements and feel as if they were buried beneath tasks and too many responsibilities – more that they could take.
Oak is the essence for stable, loyal and perseverant people who fight constantly, relentlessly, unyieldingly their path through life. Working very hard and not making satisfying progress or gaining rewards, these people develop a tendency to stoicism and feats of willpower.
The preparation of flower essences is simple process, possible to be held in domestic environment. There is no need of any special conditions except sunlight and, for some essences, fire. All you need is clear water from a natural spring, or purified water, and brandy for stabilizing the flower extract. It is also possible to use medicinal alcohol, but no stronger than 50 percent.