Back To Homeopathy Basics

Regardless of where my metaphysical journeys may take me, homeopathy will always be fundamental to me. One of my huge goals is to help addicts subdue their conditions and balance the mind and body with a variety of possible remedies. None of these remedies are a panacea but can peel off layers of pain, discomfort, frustration and cravings and such. The art is in choosing the right remedy to match up to the symptoms.

• extreme heat and redness with sudden onset- think belladona

• oh my God I’m gonna die- think aconite

• if the bed’s too hard- think arnica

• anything left sided- think lachesis, and so on and so on and so on.

But sometimes I don’t have a clue what is needed and that’s when I dowse for the most beneficial remedy for whatever my present needs are. ( I want to remind you that dowsing and homeopathy are 2 completely different modalities.)  And 2 people with the same condition (say, 2 alcoholics) may need 2 different remedies, depending on their particulars. And since the art is in the choosing, I either use the smarts I’ve learned along the way, or simply dowse if      confused or just unknowing.

Below is a very comprehensive list of all of the remedies I could find with properties to help with addiction in some fashion. Which one is right for a given individual I am not sure, but I would be happy to try to dowse for you to find out, if you send me a picture to use as a witness.  If I can select something for my daughter I can surely select something for you. In the meantime, here is the list;

Avena Sativa: (Common Oat) A specific remedy for opium, morphine, alcohol and/or sex addictions. Has a selective action on brain and nervous system favorably influencing their nutritive function. For relief of inability to keep mind on any one subject, impotency, diminished strength of hands, sleeplessness.

Bryonia Alba:(White Bryony) Indicated for individuals with a deep feeling of insecurity or discouragement who may feel isolated, fear poverty and starving, and desires more than he or she needs. Appropriate to persons who overeat or eat excessively of meat and who commonly experience anxiety, inquietude, and tearfulness, as well as momentary absence of mind and a tendency to focus on matters of the day when night falls.

Carbolicum Acidum: (Phenol-Carbolic Acid) Acts primarily on the nervous system. For irritability, disinclination for mental exertion, muddled, confused and bewildered mind, loss of appetite. Relieves desire for whiskey, stimulants, and tobacco.

Carbonaeum Sulphuratum: (Alcohol Sulphuris-Bisulphide of Carbon) This remedy is especially useful in-patients broken down by abuse of alcohol. For relief of irritability, anxiousness, intolerance, stupor, sluggishness of mind, changeable mood and dementia. For impotence and sciatica. For relief of diminished sensibility of arms, hands and feet.

Coffea Cruda:(Unroasted Coffee) For relief of great nervous agitation and restlessness. For relief of intolerance of pain, driving to despair. For relief of unusual activity of mind and body and high levels of impressionability, especially to pleasurable impressions. For relief of bad effects of sudden emotions, surprises, joy etc. For relief of tossing about in anguish. Relieves face of dry heat with red cheeks and tight headache worsened by noise, smell, and narcotics. Improves sleep. Especially for the elderly who have an increased susceptibility to the stimulating action of caffeine.

Lycopodium Clavatum:(Club Moss) This remedy has wonderful medicinal properties. Is especially useful where the function of the liver is seriously disturbed. Malnutrition. For relief of deep-seated, progressive, chronic diseases. Lacks vital heat, has poor circulation and pains come and go. Sensitive to noise and odors. Melancholy, apprehension, and afraid to be alone. Averse to undertaking new things and loss of self-confidence. Weak memory, confused thoughts, failing brainpower and sadness in morning on awakening. Hurried eating and constant fear of breaking down under stress.

Nux Vomica: (Poison-Nut) The chief remedy for many of the conditions incident to modern life. Typically does a good deal of mental work, has mental strains, leads a sedentary life, prolonged office work, over-study and close application to business with its cares and anxieties. This indoor life and mental strain seeks stimulants, coffee and wine possibly in excess or by indulging in the sedative effects of tobacco. This remedy will do much to soothe and calm. For the very irritable, malicious, averse to restrictions, sensitive to all impressions, time passes too slowly, sullen and faultfinding. Liver engorged with stitches and soreness.

Passiflora Incarnata: (Passion-flower) An efficient anti-spasmodic. Indicated for morphine habit, delirium tremens, convulsions in children, neuralgia, hysteria, puerperal convulsions, painful diarrhea, acute mania. Has a quieting effect on the nervous system. Helpful for insomnia, produces normal sleep in infants and the aged, and the mentally worried, and overworked. For individuals with atonic condition generally present; violent headache as if top of head would come off; leaden, dead feeling in stomach after or between meals; restless and wakeful, resulting from exhaustion, nocturnal coughing.

Phytolacca Decandra: (PokeRoot) For relief of aching, soreness, restlessness and prostration. For loss of personal delicacy and indifference to life, irritability, an irresistible desire to bite teeth together, oversensitivity to pain, and/or avoidance of nourishment.

Sanicula Aqua:(Mineral Water from Ottowa Ill.) Indicated for individuals who are thin and look old, often the result of poor diet and stress. For relief of restlessness, no stability of purpose, constant irresistible desire to look behind, profuse perspiration, changeable moods, cannot bear to be approached or touched, and/or bursting feeling in perineum, bowels, bladder, vertex, chest. May crave bacon, salt, eggs, milk, and spring water.

And lastly, Tobaccum, to reduce cravings and withdraw symptoms for quitting smoking.

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