Four Flu Remedies of Homeopathy

Four Flu Remedies of Homeopathy
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Joette_Calabrese]Joette Calabrese

The flu can be a trying time for someone new to homeopathy. It is worth the extra effort to learn the top several remedies. Once committed to memory, they will serve you well. There are several that are considered the most important. Below are only four, but worthy of our study.

Eupatorium works when the weather is warm and mild. The common botanical name for this remedy is boneset which gives an indication of its area of action. The symptom that is most telling is the strong pain that is suffered in the bones. The sufferer can find no comfortable position, as there is much agony as though the bed is too hard. Eupatorium is sometimes confused with Bryonia. The differential is that Bryonia remains still and quiet while Eupatorium thrashes in pain.

Bryonia is a common remedy for the flu. Look for indications such as desire for long , cold drinks that are interesting only on occasion. The person is weak, lethargic, sleepy and heavy. There is much perspiration and the person does not get sick suddenly. Instead, he is not well for days in advance of an all out illness. This person wants to be left alone, particularly because his head and eyes hurt as well as his extremities. He favors being very still as any movement is painful to the eyes, or head.

Nux vomica is a favorite because it is often an easy remedy to spot. The person is irritable and has in general, or in the recent past, overindulged in either too little sleep and/or foods and drink that are artificial. He wants to be left alone because everything anyone does is an irritant to this sufferer. The need for this remedy is often after an exposure to a cold wind. There is intense cold with shivers running up the back. Every movement of the covers is resented for the cold it sends to the back. There may be gastro intestinal issues that accompany the chills, including nausea, constipation, diarrhea or both. Sounds, light and other external influences are despised and resented in a very verbal way.

A flu responding to the remedy, Pulsatilla, often comes soon after feet have gotten wet. This sets up shivers down the back. The person can crave cool air blowing on them that can bring them to resent a warm, stuffy room. The mouth is dry and thirst is often lacking. The person needing this remedy is usually a female and can be demanding of attention.

Know your [http://www.homeopathyworks.net]homeopathic flu remedies and they will be your friends for life. They may indeed be the ticket to your own health or that of your loved ones.

“Health is not random” says homeopath, Joette Calabrese HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na). Her book Cure Yourself and Family With Homeopathy and her CDs Perform in the Storm, a Homeopathy First Aid and Secret Spoonfuls; How to get Healthy Foods into Kids Without Getting Caught are collections of experiences as a skilled homeopathic consultant to hundreds.

Her lively, entertaining examples and solutions of what to use for the most common ailments a homeopath is confronted with, have graced national journals such as Homeopathy Today and Wise Traditions. The author, practitioner, mother splits her time between working with clients throughout the U.S. and abroad and speaking in arenas such as Chautauqua Institute, national radio shows and college campuses. Join her at [http://www.homeopathyworks.net]Homeopathy Works for events, forums and consultations.

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