Key attributes of single homeopathic remedy Allium Sativum are Colitis, Hip pains, Dyspepsia, Cough, Constipation and Respiratory Troubles.
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Indications: Allium Sativum is a chief remedy for colitis. Least change in diet causes trouble. There is constipation with constant dull pain in bowels. The patient has voracious appetite and burning eructation. It is also useful for pain in hips with pain in psoas and iliac muscles.
Allium Sativum also helps in respiratory troubles. There is constant rattling of mucus. Cough in the morning with mucous expectoration, which is difficult to raise.
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Warnings: This product is to be used for self-limiting conditions. If symptoms do not improve in 4 days or worsen, discontinue use and seek assistance of a health professional * As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek professional advise before taking this product * Keep this and all medicine out of reach of children * Store in a cool dark place * Do not use if cap seal is broken or missing * Close cap tightly after use.
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Every homeopathic remedy is explained in detail by William Boericke, M.D. in the Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory, a book which is highly respected by the homeopathy profession. The following text is excerpted from that book and explains the symptoms covered by this remedy:
Acts directly on intestinal mucous membrane increasing peristalsis. Colitis, with pathological flora. Has vaso-dilatory properties. Arterial hypotension begins usually in 30 to 45 minutes after twenty to forty drop doses of the tincture.
Adapted to fleshy subjects with dyspepsia and catarrhal affections. High livers. Patients who eat a great deal more, especially meat, than they drink. Pain in hip, pain in psoas and iliac muscles. Pulmonary tuberculosis.
Cough and expectoration diminishes, temperature becomes normal, weight is gained, and sleep becomes regular. Hæmoptysis.
Head.--Heavy; pulsation in temples; catarrhal deafness.
Mouth.--Much sweetish saliva after meals and at night. Sensation of a hair on tongue or throat.
Stomach.--Voracious appetite. Burning eructations. Least change in diet causes trouble. Constipation, with constant dull pains in bowels. Tongue pale, red papillæ.
Respiratory.--Constant rattling of mucus in bronchi. Cough in the morning after leaving bedroom, with mucous expectoration, which is tenacious and difficult to raise. Sensitive to cold air. Dilated bronchi, with fetid expectoration. Darting pain in chest.
Female.--Pain in swelling of breasts. Eruption in vagina and on breasts and vulva during menses.
Relationship.--Allium Sat according to Dr. Teste, belongs to the Bryonia group, including Lycopod. Nux. Colocy, Digital and Ignatia which affect deeply all flesh eating animals and hardly at all vegetarians. Hence their special applicability to meat eaters rather than to exclusive vegetarians.
Compare: Capsicum; Arsenic; Senega; Kali nit.
Dose.--Third to sixth potency. In tuberculosis, dose, four to six grammes in moderate state of dessication daily, in divided doses.