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A remedy mentioned in Jahr's book called "General and Special Therapeutics of Mental Diseases and Psychical Disorders" in 1857, was nitric acid. It was mentioned as good for symptoms of dysthymia, which is depression. The symptoms are as follows:

  • gloomy sorrowful and dejected
  • tearfulness
  • profound lowness of spirits
  • frequent sorrowful thoughts about a past occurence
  • anxiousness with palpitation of the heart
  • dread of contentions, quarrels
  • fearfuness
  • discouraged, despair ad dread of approaching dissolution
  • disgust for life with longing for death
  • indifference, want of sympathy, joylessness
  • disinclined to talk

Homeopathic remedies are matched to a person's symptoms. If someone has symptoms of dysthymia, seek the help of a professional homeopath.

An interesting case study from a book published in 1857, called "General and Special Therapeutics of Mental Diseases and Psychical Disorders" by GHG Jahr and John M Galloway speaks of the remedy called "Ignatia". Its principle sphere of action, is depression caused by grief and sorrow, which at any time can change to exhaltation and vice versa.... joyless melancholy wit senseless staring at an object, great dislike of conversation. Internal grief and gnawing sorrow, with sighing and vexation, great anxiousness about the heart, tendency to be easily frightened.

In the clinic, we usually look at certain remedies to target liver function. Homeopathic remedies may be chelidonium, phosphorus or carduus marinarus. Herbs maybe milk thistle, artichoke, dandelion or supplements like NAC  or vitamin E. This great little article recommends a few foods for fatty liver, read more

Interestingly, researchers in India know the benefits of the spice curcumin. If you are not aware curcumin is considered to be anti-inflamatory, anti-cholesterol, anti-depressant and many more great things. Asians have green tea icecream and now reseachers in India are now adding this wonderful herb to icecream. Read more

Dr. Jahr writes in his book called "40 Years Practice", the following:

Increased appetite and canine hunger, calc. and lyc. and no less silic. have shown themselves the most efficient remedies in my hands, likewise ver. alb. for excessive hunger after typhus. For the voracious appetite not exactly canine hunger, which torments people who are otherwise healthy, derived the best use from china, cina, verat. alb., and sometimes mec, sep and sulphur. For attacks of nocturnal hunger china is likewise an excellent remedy. If such attacks are accompanied by waterbrash and nausea, no medicine surpasses silic. and in children calc.

For some reason this nobel prize winner, has a lot to say about homeopathy. In my humble opinion a lot of people have a lot to say about a lot of things that they are not qualifed to comment on. Read some rebuttals in the news to these comments CLICK HERE also enjoy my diagram below!

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In the clinic we assess patients with optic neuritis and their symptoms fit to a homeopathic remedy. Thus two people with optic neuritis may get a different remedy. It is interesting to me, that Cuba had an epidemic of optic and peripheral neuritis. The optic neuritis group improved with the homeopathic remedies called tabacum and carboneum sulph. Read on.

In the clinic we assess patients with optic neuritis and their symptoms fit to a homeopathic remedy. Thus two people with optic neuritis may get a different remedy. It is interesting to me, that Cuba had an epidemic of optic and peripheral neuritis. The optic neuritis group improved with the homeopathic remedies called tabacum and carboneum sulph. Read on.

An interesting study of homeopathic medicine finds what I know from my practice, homeopathy is awesome for the treatment of migraines.

Brigo B, Serpelloni G, Homoeopathic Treatment of Migraine

Berlin Journal on Research in Homoeopathy March, 1991

In this randomised, placebo controlled double blind study, 60 people suffering from migraine were treated using constitutional homoeopathy over a period of 4 months. Those patients in the control group experienced a reduction in migraine frequency from 9.9 attacks per month to 7.9 per month, while those in the treatment group reduced their monthly attack rate from 10 to between 1.8 and 3 per month.