Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Echinacea Angustifolia are Boils, Carbuncles, Gangrene, Septicaemia, Ulcers.
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Indications: Echinacea Angustifolia is a chief remedy for the treatment of boils and carbuncles. Boils are recurring in nature. It is also helpful in irritations caused by insect bites and poisonous plants. Lymphatics are enlarged. It also heals old tibial ulcers and gangrene. Foul discharge from ulcers with emaciation and great debility.
Echinacea Angustifolia is also indicated in septic conditions like puerperal septicaemia. It is also useful in offensive, excoriating leucorrhoea.
Directions: Please refer the dosage instructions given on the product pack or use the product as directed by your physician.
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:
Common names: Purple Cone-flower,ECHINACEA - RUDBECKIA
We are indebted to the Eclectic school for this remarkable medicine as a "corrector of blood dyscrasia". Acute auto-infection. Symptoms of blood poisoning, septic conditions generally. Diarrhœa in typhoid. Gonorrhœa. Boils. Erysipelas and foul ulcers. Gangrene. Goitre with exophthalmic symptoms; full doses, also injecting 5-10 drops into thyroid gland. Tendency to malignancy in acute and subacute disorders. Last stages of cancer to ease pain. Venom infection. Cerebro-spinal meningitis. Puerperal infections. Tired feeling. Piles. Pustules. Acts on vermiform appendix thus has been used for appendicitis, but remember it promotes suppuration and a neglected appendicitis with pus formation would probably rupture sooner under its use. Lymphatic inflammation; crushing injuries. Snake bites and bites and stings generally. Foul discharges with emaciation and great debility.
Head: Confused, depressed. Aches with a peculiar periodical flushing of the face, even to the neck; dizziness and profound prostration.
Nose: Foul-smelling discharge, membranous formations protruding. Post-nasal catarrh with ulceration and fetor. Nose feels stuffed up. Right nostril raw, bleeding.
Mouth: Canker; gums recede and bleed easily; corners of mouth and lips crack; tongue dry and swollen; sores; dirty brownish. Tongue, lips, and fauces tingle, with sense of fear about heart (Acon). White coating of tongue, with red edges. Promotes the flow of saliva.
Throat: Tonsils purple or black, gray exudation extending to posterior nares and air-passages. Ulcerated sore throat.
Stomach: Sour belching and heartburn. Nausea; better lying down.
Chest: Pain as of a lump in chest and under sternum. Pain in pectoral muscles (Aristolochia).
Urine: Albuminous, scanty, frequent, and involuntary.
Female: Puerperal septicæmia; discharges suppressed; abdomen sensitive and tympanitic; offensive, excoriating leucorrhœa.
Extremities: Aching in limbs and general lassitude.
Skin: Recurring boils. Carbuncles. Irritations from insect bites and poisonous plants. Lymphatics enlarged. Old tibial ulcers. Gangrene.
Fever: Chilliness, with nausea. Cold flashes all over back. Malarial fever.
Relationship: Compare: Cenchris contortrix; Bothrops; Ars; Laches; Baptis; Rhus; Cistus; Hepar; Calendula.