Updated: Jan 9, 2020
The festive season is fast approaching, so I wanted to give you some handy homeopathic tips to get you through some of the not so joyful moments.
Homeopathic remedies to keep in mind and have handy in your kits
Aconite : first signs of a cold, dry cough, sore throat, slight fever. Also very good for serve shock or fight.
Apis: For stings, bites that are red hot and swollen, also good for allergic reaction with the same picture.
Arnica: bruises, sprains, accidents, shock, concussion.
Arseniscum : Food poisoning, vomiting, nausea and/or diarrhoea. Feel restless and exhausted. very chilly.
Belladonna: sunstroke, dehydration causing face to be flushed red and throbbing headache (drink plenty of water as well and fan yourself or find a cool place).
Carbo veg: great for bloating, overeating, burping, feeling of being over filled. Also good for food poisoning with weakness in combination with arsensicum.
Glonoine: sunstroke remedy as well with ponding bursting headache. Pale face and fixed eyes.
Ledum: For wounds, cuts, grazes, tic bites help support healing.
Nux vomica : Constipation with travel or eating to many rich foods, nausea and vomiting, hangover feeling
Sol: Is made from the Australian sun and a great remedy to prevent sun burn.
Cocculus : exhaustion from loss of sleep, can't sleep even when tired. giddy and nauseous. worse from travel. Great for jet lag or a long flight
Also good for travel sickness boat motion causing nausea and vomiting.
Kali Mur: great remedy for if you get painful popping ears during a flight taken before take off and before descending.
Tabacum: nausea, giddiness and violent vomiting, pale, icy cold and sweating. feel like tight band around head, worse for motion a good seasickness remedy.
Homeopathy is a traditional medicine. It may be used in conduction with other medicines. For any ongoing chronic condition, it is important to be assessed or examined by your healthcare professional or specialist. Always seek medical advice in emergencies. The information displayed in this post is to be used as information only, always seek professional advice before starting any medication.