School of Homeopathy: The five homeopathic remedies for memory loss

School of Homeopathy:  The five homeopathic remedies for memory loss

Anacardium: Memory loss is abrupt. It can be found in the elderly or persons who are over-fatigued, nervous. Students cannot bear any form of mental activity because it immediately produces a pensive orbital headache that, however, improves with eating. Anacardium mental, nervous or even gastric disorders always improve with rest. Baryta carbonica: Memory loss can affect children who are unable to fix their attention, they forget any...

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Transplantation of feces or fecal bacteriotherapy

Transplantation of feces or fecal bacteriotherapy

The “yellow soup” was a therapy described in Chinese medical texts in the 4th century after Christ, to cure certain serious intestinal infections. The technique used for the fecal bacteriotherapy has been being developed since 2003 by Dr. Thomas J. Borody’s team in Australia, as an alternative treatment in pseudomembranous colitis. In the same year a research team from SMDC Medical Center in Minnesota published a work that for the first time...

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Ledum against mosquitos

Ledum against mosquitos

The properties of this plant, also called marsh rosemary, once it has been diluted highlights its powerful action in cases of trauma, rheumatic diseases and blood transfer processes (bruising, bloody). Surely this is one of the main reasons why this homeopathic remedy has incredible curative and preventive action after mosquito bites: in fact the effect is recognized on both the trauma of insect bites, inflammation is done by the poison and is...

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Hamamelis and the Circulatory System

Hamamelis and the Circulatory System

From the book: Omeopatia scienza dell’individuo Botanical origin: Hamamelidaceae: Hamamelis virginiana. Common name: Amamelide or American Witch Hazel (the plant was used for making divining rods). Habitat: North America. Analog/symbolic representation: It is an “arrhythmic” plant that does not follow the expansion of summer rhythms and winter contraction: the flowers bloom in winter in opposition to the vital rhythms of the earth. “When a...

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Hura brasiliensis

Hura brasiliensis

From the book: Homeopathy Science of the Individual Botanical origin: Euphorbiaceae: Hura crepitans. Common name: Possumwood or Jabillo. Habitat: Brazil. Analog / symbolic representation: The Indians of the Amazon forest still use the poisonous tree latex to soak the tip of their arrows when hunting. It is part, as an additive, of the Ayahuasca hallucinogen compound (deriving from Banisteriopsis caapi, climbing plant with psychedelic effect,...

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