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.
“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
“There are no ‘substitutes’ for Digitalis, for its action is characteristic and unique, and in homeopathic form it is as innocent as it is powerful. Other heart-poisons may be discovered, but they cannot take the place of Digitalis.”
Dr. John H. Clarke, Diseases of the Heart Arteries
“Crataegus is the nearest approach to a positive heart tonic that I know of. It has produced some heart symptoms and has, doubtless, a homeopathic relation, but it is not a heart-poison like Digitalis and has no cumulative action.”
Dr. John H. Clarke, Dictionary of Homeopathic Materia Medica
Homeopathy provides highly effective cure for influenza. Its power is evident particularly in epidemic situations. Usually the grippe occurs during the wet months of the year and in transitional seasons. One or more of the following symptoms manifest the beginning of the disease: general indisposition, weakness, muscle pains and common feeling as if one was […]