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Homeopathic Remedies for Incomplete or Absent Erection

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.

Hemorrhoids Treatment | Homeopathic and Schuessler Tissue Remedies

This article presents the homeopathic understanding for the nature of hemorrhoids. It shows shortly the pictures of the remedies that are most frequently prescribed homeopathically for cure of hemorrhoidal complaints. In addition, in this article are included the tissue remedies of Schuessler, which are curative for this condition.

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.

Natural and Homeopathic Cure For Worms in Children

This article presents the adequate homeopathic and natural treatments of worms. They lead to stable results and prevent the secondary reproduction of the parasites in the intestines of children.

Homeopathy for Acute Summer Diarrhea

This article briefly covers 7 of the most frequently used homeopathic remedies for treatment of gastrointestinal disorders during the hot summer months.

Homeopathic Treatment of Sore Throat and Tonsillitis

Sore throat can be dangerous with regards to probable complications of the infection and its extension to the lungs and possibly the heart. The condition is usually caused by Streptococcus strains; it affects the pharynx and tonsils. Commonly is known as ‘strep throat’.

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