Homeopathic Remedies for Wellness and Detox

Homeopathy is a form of holistic medicine developed in Germany over 200 years ago where remedies are selected based on the entire person rather than the disease or damaged portion. Remedies are prepared using the “like cures like” principle which is also used in the world of vaccines. A remedy provides a tiny bit of a substance that creates the symptoms/feelings that a person is currently experiencing in order to assist the body to recognize and heal or otherwise address the problem from the inside out.

In traditional medicine, if you need a medicine to work more, you give a higher dose. In functional medicine, it is understood that the size of the dose alone is not what determines if it works – it needs to match all the needs of the patient. In homeopathy, this idea is taken one step further. Homeopathic remedies are prepared through a process called succussion and dilution. The healing plant matter is diluted into a solution and then shaken vigorously until the plant matter is fully dissolved and energetically activated from the shaking. To make a stronger homeopathic medicine, this same solution is then further diluted and shaken again. No additional plant material is added, just more liquid and more vigorous agitation. In this way, the full potential of the medicinal plant is maximized and the harmful side effects is diminished. When you use a homeopathic remedy, you are receiving the smallest amount of medicinal plant material that works in the most optimal energetic way possible for your healing needs. Homeopathic remedies can be quite strong and effective and yet are safe for children, the elderly, and those with chronic illness.

If you meet with a Homeopathic Practitioner, you will go through a battery of questions designed to help them determine the one perfect remedy for you. If you are dealing with an acute issue, the goal is often to stop the illness/disease from progressing and to help you return to a state of good health faster than on your own. If you are dealing with chronic illness or body situation, the goal is always to bring you closer and closer to a state of full healing but it will take time.

Homeopathic remedies are often used without the deep dive into your health status and history by a specially trained Homeopathic Practitioner. Goodness – you can even buy them at health food and grocery stores! I have developed a strong trust and confidence in the homeopathic remedies created by the German company PEKANA Naturheimittel and by Dr. Donald Dennis at MicroBalance Health Products. My family has used these products to heal from toxic mold, mercury fillings, low thyroid function, and a general return to optimal health.

The PEKANA remedies combine up to 8 different medicinal plants in order to provide a broad spectrum healing remedy usable by most individuals. PEKANA remedies address the symptoms you are experiencing while also supporting the cleansing and regeneration needed to heal yourself. PEKANA remedies are safe but incredibly effective and well tested in Europe.

Dr Donald Dennis is an experienced Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor who worked with a compounding pharmacy to develop homeopathic remedies that would help his patients heal their nasal passages, sinuses, and brains from mold toxicity. These products are available (through me!) from his company MicroBalance Health Products.

PEKANA Homeopathic Remedies As Wellness Tools

As we work together to make big steps forward in your wellness, we might decide to make use of any of the following remedies depending on your particular situation:

MicroBalance Homeopathic Remedies

When we work together to improve your breathing, mental health, fatigue, and more, some of the products from MicroBalance that we might use are:

  • SinusDefense ~ to help train your immune system in your nose and sinuses to better recognize invaders like mold and fight them
  • CellTropin ~ to help heal damaged pituitary glands from chronic mold infections
  • CitriDrops ~ to help break up biofilms that act as protective barriers for mold and bacteria residing in your sinuses and nasal passages (doing naughty things!)

PEKANA and MicroBalance Herb Ingredient Descriptions

This is a partial description of the ingredients utilized in the PEKANA and MicroBalance homeopathic remedies.

  • Ascorbicum acidum is vitamin C prepared homepathically – good for immune boosting, mucus membranes, and so much more!
  • Acidum benzoicum resolves uric acid diathesis – often accompanied by a strong rheumatic burden — to eliminate conditions that weaken the heart.
  • Acidum nitricum treats all infections of the mucous membranes and urinary tract. It also regulates the functions of the urological pathways and eliminates symptoms that include frequent urination and foul-smelling urine accompanied by a burning sensation. It helps mucus membranes with accompanying bleeding, as well as general weakness, swollen lymph nodes and an impaired nervous system. It also promotes proper regulation of all organs in the body.
  • Acidum phosphoricum addresses mental, emotional and physical exhaustion, combats tiredness, enhances concentration and treats nervous or general weakness. It also addresses functional heart disruptions and digestive anomalies that sometimes affect rapidly growing children. In adults, this remedy is ideal if you are experiencing mental and emotional strain that cause symptoms such as apathy, worry, mental escape and sleepiness during the day with sleeplessness at night.
  • Acidum sulfuricum treats mucosal infections accompanied by bleeding throughout the entire body. It also resolves stomach catarrh and related conditions such as acid anomalies, stomatitis ulcerosa, a swollen liver, intestinal ulcers and hemorrhoids. Exhaustion, weakness, trembling, migraines, painful rheumatism and skin diseases all indicate that the body is not capable of excreting correctly and benefits from homeopathic-spagyric support.
  • Aconitum napellus is a classic headache treatment that addresses burning and stab- bing pains with the feeling of “running ants” (formication) and numbness. It also helps relieve restlessness caused by psychic stress, and reduces hypersensitivity to light, noises or even the slightest draft of wind.
  • Agaricus muscarius helps correct mental and emotional imbalances that often accompany fungal infections. It also fights mycotic infections of the mucous membranes and resolves liver and intestinal symptoms caused by a dysbiosis. It encourages proper regulation of the nervous system, thereby addressing mental confusion, dizziness, stress headaches and twitching of the face muscles. It also helps free you from fears.
  • Aletris farinosa is specifically indicated for gynecological applications, including treatment of excessive bleeding during periods, anemia, leucorrhea and connective tissue weakness. It also is used for stimulating the intestines and detoxifying the gynecological system.
  • Allium sativum is a well known intestinal disinfectant. It effectively treats dyspepsia and chronic flatulence, and helps restore the intestinal flora back to a symbiotic state. In addition, it helps treat bronchial catarrh, asthma, diabetes and rheumatic symptoms — all of which indicate degenerative conditions that require an intensive detoxification of the intestinal tract and organs.
  • Apis mellifica treats edema and infectious conditions of the joints. It also stimulates and detoxifies the tonsillar ring, connective tissues, intestines, serous membranes, bladder and kidneys to facilitate a systemic healing.
  • Aristolochia clematis stimulates the Mesenchyme system and phagocytic activity. The Aristolochia acid works like a natural antibiotic, addressing mixed infections with an affinity for the intestinal tract that produce symptoms such as gastritis and colitis. It also relieves itching caused by mycotic infections.
  • Argentum nitricum addresses poor mental and physical coordination that leads to a loss of confidence, fear of failure and apprehension. This remedy excels at psychological conditions including fear of failure, forgetfulness, mental exhaustion and headaches due to mental strain. It also treats upper stomach symptoms brought on by nervous stimuli that can produce appetite anomalies, such as a craving for sweets. In addition to calming the nerves, it possesses anti-toxic and anti-catarrh properties in addition to stimulating the immune system.
  • Arginine is an amino acid that is used to stimulate the maturation of the immune powerhouse T-cells and will convert into the important cell signalling molecule nitric oxide which relaxes blood vessels and improves circulation. Arginine stimulates the release of growth hormone and other important substances for healing the body.
  • Arnica montana traditionally has been considered an essential substance for healing wounds since classical times. It is THE regulatory substance in relieving hematoma, and has been used successfully to treat muscle and joint rheumatism and bursitis. This substance also is indicated in cases where the skin or joints are extremely sensitive to the touch, and when the veins in the hands are expanded. Cold hands indicate an unequal distribution of blood in the body – as in cases of arthritis and rheumatism – and Arnica is the remedy of choice for improving cardiac regulation. It relieves congestion of arteries and veins in cases of hypertonia with the danger of apoplexy that accompanies hardening of these vessels. In addition, it helps treat cardiac insufficiency, angina pectoris and dyspepsia.
  • Artemisia abrotanum stimulates the appetite, regulates digestion and stops weight loss. In addition, it promotes excretion and detoxification, and treats scrofulosis and tubercular lymphatic processes.
  • Astralagus excapus has long been used to add immunological protection to the skin and as an overall diuretic. Today we know that it mitigates damage to our DNA from toxic exposures.
  • Avena sativa is a primary nerve tonic. It is a proven remedy for business people whose appetite and sleep is disrupted because of worry, stress, restlessness and exhaustion. It is excellent for treating people who feel that too much is being demanded of them. It helps relieve vegetative dystonia, nervous heart beat, excessive worrying and emotional mood swings. In addition, this substance contributes a number of valuable amino acids, phosphates and vitamins to this complex.
  • Barium carbonicum classic treatment for swollen, hardened lymph nodes, often found on the sides of the neck in children. It treats acute lymphatic illnesses along with the entire glandular system, including the thyroid and prostate. It also addresses a child’s inability to learn in school, forgetfulness, extreme shyness and delayed development. In addition, this substance treats stomach weakness and the disruption of heart conduction combined with high blood pressure. Adenoma frequently appear in the breasts of women, which all too quickly leads to a surgical response because the hardening of the lymph is considered to be malignant. This ingredient reliably eliminates both acute and chronic lymphatic conditions.
  • Bellis perennis is another herb that effectively treats conditions of the mucous membranes. It is also excellent for healing wounds, injuries, strains, dislocations, hematoma and tumors that developed due to injuries. In addition, it is a highly effective substance that stimulates circulation in the capillaries to help improve joint rheumatism and myalgia-arthritis conditions with accompanying pain. In addition, it helps heal contusions and hematoma resulting from injuries, and improves circulation to speed the healing process.
  • Berberis vulgaris addresses pathogenic conditions of the liver and urological pathways. It supports the excretion of uric acid from the system and reduces liver and pancreas intoxification — the basis of illnesses such as gout and diabetes.
  • Bryonia cretica provides pain relief and promotes healing activity in the muscles, con- nective tissues, tendons and joints (articular capsule). It addresses pounding headaches and stabbing pains in the limbs associated with gastrointestinal tract problems that point to a systemic insufficiency. It also treats joint pains exacerbated by movement that can hinder sound, healthy sleep. It addresses tearing and stabbing-type pains, and is indicated in joint and muscle rheumatism. It also helps relieve red, swelling conditions and gout.
  • Calcium carbonicum plays a major role in blood coagulation, building teeth and bones, and directing muscle and nerve function. Pregnant mothers and older people should take this mineral and other calcium rich products to avoid osteoporosis, connective tissue weakness and disruptions in growth (Studies indicate that childbirth depletes the mother of the calcium equivalent contained in one tooth).
  • Calcium fluoratum reduces the tightness and pressure in the thyroid gland frequently felt by patients with thyroid dysfunction. In addition, it boosts general energy levels and performance abilities. This component also strengthens and improves the tone of the con- nective tissues, while stimulating sluggish lymphatic function.
  • Calcium hypophosphorisum treats bone weakness, growing pains and loss of muscle strength combined with night sweats associated with a phosphorus deficiency. It also addresses an anemic skin color and neurasthenia that weakens general performance capabilities.
  • Calcium jodatum is the ideal choice for treating chronic gland infections and swollen tonsils. It also resolves hardening of the cervical and mesenteric lymph nodes, and prevents development of new swollen lymph nodes. In addition, it regulates the connective tissues with iodine.
  • Carbo vegetabilis plays a key role in preventing cardiac collapse, especially due to anomalies of the digestive organs . In addition, it treats myocardial weakness, alleviates cardiac insufficiency and improves O2 utilization.
  • Cedron effectively treats pathogenic parasites of the intestinal tract. It also helps eliminate fear and restlessness, restores an emotional/mental balance upset by systemic mycotic infestation and relieves accompanying symptoms such as neuralgia and fever.
  • Chioanthus virginica resolves upper stomach ailments, vegetative dystonia (autonomic nervous system dysfunction) and dysfermentation of the liver and pancreas. In addition, this herb eliminates colic (painful spasms) and has a systemic effect that helps prevent migraines. It also addresses rheumatic processes and inflammation in the hepatic area.
  • Cinchona pubescens addresses nervous conditions and general weakness following infectious illnesses. It is a reliable remedy for treating the gall, liver, stomach and pancreas. By improving the function of these organs, Cinchona succirubra helps regulate the appetite and prevents flatulence. It also prevents tachycardia that may arise from organ dysfunction, eliminates venous blockages and restores proper warmth regulation.
  • Cinchona succirubra is an excellent substance for treating severe weakness due to loss of fluids. It also addresses overstimulation caused by light, noises or smells, helps resolve digestive organ dysfunction, stimulates proper warmth regulation and relieves systemic mucous membrane inflammation. China also stimulates all metabolic processes by improving enzymatic activity, which results in a normalized appetite and proper intestinal function.
  • Cistus canadensis effectively treats chronic lymphoma and infectious lymphatic conditions, including adenoma. It also helps resolve chronic infections of the skin and intestines.
  • Citrus limonum (aka lemon juice) is rich in flavenids and vitamin C to help with immune function by boosting blood flow to the area.
  • Cobaltum nitricum builds Vitamin B12 and thereby helps prevent anemia. As a vital biocatalyst, it aids the formation of blood and the reticuloendothelial system (RES) — the fundamental regulation tissues that ingest bacteria and other matter. It also activates iron absorption, utilization of iodine by the thyroid and creation of protein.
  • Coccus cacti disinfects and stimulates the kidneys while providing anti-spastic properties. It also helps heal chronic latent infections that reduce kidney efficiency.
  • Colchicum autumnale is primarily indicated for the treatment of gout. This herb also fights endocarditis and pericarditis, regulates the gastrointestinal system to stop nausea, vomiting and overacidity and helps heal acute and subacute rheumatic conditions. In addi- tion, eliminating these conditions helps detoxify the body and enables the kidneys to excrete poisons that have accumulated over the years.
  • Conium maculatum is a traditional lymphatic medication that stimulates and activates sluggish lymph nodes. It helps prevent hardening of the lymph and thyroid glands, and is effective in treating depression, prostatitis, prostatic hypertrophy and slowing of the metabolism that accompanies aging and chronic illnesses. It hinders increased goiter size, and also addresses nervous weakness, tremors and a general emotional or depressed mood. Conium maculatum also stimulates regulation, which enables the body to address fear, depression, hypochondria, memory loss, fear of being alone, aversion to work, disinterest in performance and certain forms of sleeplessness.
  • The cumulative beneficial effects of Crataegus on the heart and circulatory system remain unsurpassed in prevention of cardiac insufficiency — without any harmful side effects. This herb also improves the patient’s blood pressure and relaxes the blood vessels to help the heart heal. Thyroid dysfunction is often connected to the heart.
  • Cuprum aceticum plays a role in the creation of blood cells and antibodies, as well as elimination of toxic metabolic waste products. It is also important for pigment metabolism (skin and hair color) and helps stop painful spasms. In addition, copper boosts the immune system to help fight infections, increases the metabolism and plays an important role in the reabsorption of nutritive iron.
  • Cynara scolymus primarily treats dyspepsia and hepatogenic gastritis. It is also effective for relieving blockage of the portal vein into the liver, and promotes excretion of toxins that accumulate in the organs and connective tissues from endogenous and exogenous sources. In addition, Cynara scolymus can help resolve acute and chronic infections, swelling of the liver, diabetes, hemorrhoids and digestive difficulties.
  • Cytisus scoparius helps treat cardiac disorders that frequently accompany thyroid dys- function, including tachycardia, extrasystole, a feeling of tightness and shortness of breath during physical activity.
  • Delphinium staphysagria addresses hyperstimulation (shattered nerves) and moodiness that hinder digestion and cause colic in children. It also addresses nervous exhaustion and mood swings often seen in young people, treats skin eruptions such as acne and alleviates hypochondria. In adults, it treats nervous hyperstimulation with irritability, fits of anger, sexual dysfunction and the inability to concentrate.
  • Echinacea angustifolia functions as a first-class immune stimulant that effectively treats infections and all septic conditions of the blood. It also stimulates the production of leukocytes, a key component of the body’s defensive system in fighting infections. In addition, this well-known plant neutralizes the effects of toxins released from infected tissues.
  • Euphorbium officinarum expands the chest making breathing easier when the nose is feeling closed up.
  • Ferrum metallicum is essential for the creation of red blood cells, and stimulates enzy- matic activity. It is also necessary for combating focal and gynecological infections. In addition, iron helps eliminate toxins and protein particles not indigenous to the human body, such as bacteria in the spleen.
  • Galium aparine is the classic preparation for treating glandular swellings and hardenings, as well as toxic growths of all kinds, including cancerous tumors. In addition, it stimulates liver function, promotes excretion via the kidneys and is highly effective in cleaning the blood of endogenic and exogenic toxins. It helps regulate an exhausted metabolism and addresses pathogenic conditions of the bladder, skin and kidneys. This plant has traditionally been used to treat different forms of cancer, including melanoma.
  • Gelsemium sempervirens eliminates congestive, migraine-type headaches brought on by emotional excitement, as well as headaches related to sinus infections and eye strain or dysfunction. It also helps prevent heart irregularities that can lead to collapse.
  • Ginkgo biloba is effective at healing upper respiratory infections and reducing neck tension and weakness associated with lymph challenge due to infections in the head.
  • Glechoma hederacea stimulates the entire metabolism and improves the functioning of excretion pathways. When the body is unable to excrete properly over a long period of time, the organs slowly lose their ability to function properly, leading to cellular damage, liver and spleen disease, faulty blood cell formation and digestive weakness. Glechoma hederacea is an excellent natural medication that prevents these conditions, and is also indicated for burning or bleeding hemorrhoids.
  • Graphites is indicated for women who tend to develop infections, experience delayed or shortened periods and menstruate watery blood that contains leucorrhea. This substance also helps alleviate severe symptoms during menstruation that include back pain, hard or cracked nipples, joint stiffness and digestive tract conditions. Finally, Graphites treats the tendency toward bloating and obesity that occur due to ovary dysfunction and digestive system insufficiencies.
  • Gratiola officinalis handles portal vein and pelvic area problems combined with constipation. This herb also helps heal stomach and intestinal catarrh, gastritis, gastroenteritis and disruptions in liver function with cramps and colic.
  • Guajacum officinale helps treat shortened tendons, neuralgia, neuritis, tendonitis, gout and rheumatic pains in all joints. It also is an excellent therapeutic substance for relieving Polyarthritis rheumatica as it addresses connective tissue.
  • Hedera helix provides the body with vegetable iodine and enables the creation of two important thyroid hormones, L-Triodothyronin (T3) and thyroxine (T4). Hedera helix also supports intestinal metabolism and regulates heart function damaged by a toxic thyroid condition.
  • Helonias dioica treats common symptoms that accompany menopause such as exhaustion, weakness, irritation, nervousness, hot flashes and mood swings. It also relieves swollen breasts and overly sensitive nipples where even the pressure of clothing causes pain.
  • Hepar sulphuratus calcareum is often used to treat a dry cough.
  • Hydrastis canadensis is reliable for treating all mucous membrane afflictions. It also helps resolve chronic catarrh that weakens the body, stabilizes emotional/mental conditions and cleans the intestines. This herb helps with the accompanying weight loss and lack of energy a fungal infection can bring. Moreover, this herb treats cancerous and pre-cancerous conditions, including those of the lips, tongue and intestinal tract that may develop in part because of the proliferation of fungi in the intestines.
  • Iberis amara treats the heart muscle and coronary vessels, and improves peripheral circulation. It eliminates gastro-hepatic disruptions with symptoms that include intestinal pain and cramps.
  • Juglans regia is classic lymphatic medication that also helps cure liver dysfunction, wet eczema of the skin, herpes and impetigo accompanied by severe itching. It is also helpful in treating congestive headaches that correlate with intestinal dysfunction.
  • Kalium carbonicum (potassium) allows the heart to achieve its natural maximum performance during acute and chronic illnesses without causing side effects. In addition it treats myocardial insufficiency, irritable heart symptoms, pulse anomalies, muscle weakness and circulatory system blockages. Kalium carbonicum plays an important role in activating numerous enzymes, and ensures proper functioning of the heart, muscles and nerves. Lack of potassium disrupts the acid-base balance and causes a fundamental disturbance of the metabolism. Allopathic diuretics, fasting, excessive sweating and stress can lead to or exacerbate a deficiency of this mineral.
  • Lac vaccinum helps those who can not get warm, experience chronic body-wide pain, tire easily even from a short walk, avoid mental work, easily get headaches, and those who do not tolerate milk well.
  • Lachesis muta is an excellent all-around medication for treating a wide variety of ill- nesses including septic blood conditions, infections that have not been completely healed, dental infections that burden the body without causing any visible symptoms, systemic intoxification and viral infections. It also helps heal acute joint rheumatism, hepatitis infection and endocrinal disruptions related to the thyroid gland. It protects the heart from infectious tendencies that can lead to endocarditis and myocarditis, enables the heart to fully use oxygen and improves the efficiency of the blood vessels. is a well known medication for healing urinary tract and kidney conditions, as well as infections found throughout the body. Its broad-based effectivity also extends to bronchitis, pericarditis, periostitis, cystitis, neuritis, skin eruptions, urinary tract and bladder catarrh and adnexitis. Lachesis muta is also an excellent treatment for varicosities,hot flashes, and sweating that often accompany menopause.
  • Lamium album is an exceptional plant, although not well-known, for stimulating the metabolism, stopping infections and supporting excretion via the intestines. It is also used to treat leucorrhea, regulate the female reproductive system, heal bladder infections and clean the blood of toxins.
  • Ledum palustre combats rheumatic pain, stiffness when exposed to cold, numbness when at rest, and gout symptoms such as swollen, inflamed balls of the feet. Local application also addresses lymphatic inflammation.
  • Lophophytum leandri is the classic medication for treating conditions that accompany thyroid dysfunction, such as feelings of pressure and tightness in the gland. It also improves heart, liver and venous circulatory disturbances. A systemic detoxification by this herb plays a key role in returning the thyroid gland back to normal, healthy condition.
  • Luffa operculata stimulates the epithelial layer of your mucus membranes to produce more mucus in the nasal passages and sinuses.
  • Lycopodium clavatum helps eliminate metabolic waste products and stimulates the excretion of excess cholesterol. Without proper excretion of waste products, patients can develop symptoms that include a strong desire to consume excessive amounts of sweets. This craving, often accompanied by mood swings, irritability and depression, points to psychosomatic processes in which the body attempts to compensate by feeding the intestines sugar. Lycopodium clavatum eliminates both the physical and psychological basis for this craving relieving associated digestive problems. It also treats hyper-intoxification with autotoxins that result from incomplete protein metabolism and can cause moodiness and irritability.
  • Magnesium carbonicum plays a vital regulation role by activating enzymes and immune system function, supporting cardiac activity and acting as a catalyst in metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Importantly, it also helps reduce psychic restlessness, as well as pains and infections in all parts of the body.
  • Magnesium chloratum functions as an anti-aging metal by preventing connective tis- sue degeneration. It also stimulates the activity of approximately 300 enzymes, many of which play an important role in regulating somatic processes. Lack of magnesium can lead to headaches, fainting, excitability, hyperstimulation of the central nervous system and vasospasm.
  • Mandragora e radice siccato addresses digestive upset, disruption of proper stomach and liver function and pancreatic weakness accompanied by strong flatulence (in the case of spastic constipation).
  • Manganum aceticum activates a series of enzymes. Although no specific symptoms are associated with a deficit of this metal in humans, it accompanies iron therapy in eliminat- ing anemia, low levels of blood sugar, disruptions in liver and spleen function and menstruation irregularities. Lack of this mineral may play a key role in the onset of depression and disequilibrium (imbalance), Parkinson’s disease and Multiple sclerosis.
  • Menyanthes trifoliata provides relief from pressure headaches and trigeminus neural- gias. This substance also addresses fever attacks, disruption of body heat regulation, and cramps of the joints and organs.
  • Mercurius sulphuratus ruber is often used for mouth ulcers and other mucus membranes which are in need of healing and restoring a smooth, protective barrier.
  • Nerium oleander is highly effective for reducing the threat or presence of angina pectoris, cardiac insufficiency, infarct, stabbing cardialgia and apoplexy. In addition, it treats intestinal dysfunction — such as constipation alternating with sudden diarrhea — that can adversely affect the entire circulatory system and lead to a racing heart, sleeplessness and urological problems. Oleander also treats extrasystole and low blood pressure, and helps regulate the metabolism.
  • Nicotiana tabacum combats circulatory system weakness and complements Oleander in regulating a weak pulse, thereby preventing angina pectoris and pathogenic sclerotic changes. This plant’s anti-spastic properties help treat conditions of the intestinal and urological tracts. Beneficial effects on metabolic processes also help ease stress on the heart and eliminate spasms that could lead to impending collapse.
  • Nux vomica addresses psychological conditions closely related to abdominal problems, insufficient physical activity, smoking and extensive use of alcohol or strong stimulants. It also helps relieve irritability and mental or physical burdens resulting from excessive work, worry or studying.
  • Okoubaka aubrevillei stimulates the excretion of mycotic toxins and speeds detoxification of specific organs, especially the intestines. Derived from the bark of a West African tree, this substance also treats acute gastrointestinal tract infections, including those accompanied by diarrhea caused by contaminated food. Okoubaka also helps patients deal with chronic infestations by Candida albicans or Mucor racemosus, both of which can rapidly multiply and cause acute infections. These pathogens may also be present without any obvious symptoms except debilitating weakness found in patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
  • Panax ginseng (Ginseng) addresses symptoms of general nervous exhaustion combined with physical weakness. It produces a pleasant, gentle balancing effect, and is not a severe stimulant.
  • Peumus boldus (Boldo), which acts as a powerful stimulant for the gallbladder, also functions as a diuretic to relieve congestive heart and circulatory system blockages. This medication promotes stomach secretion and elimination of urea, and secondarily helps treat dyspepsia and hepatogenic gastritis that affect the heart.
  • Phosphorus helps treat diseases of the stomach and intestinal tract, ranging from bleeding ulcers (Ulcera ventriculi, Ulcera duodeni) to acute liver dysfunction with accompanying spasms. Depression and other psychosomatic symptoms, as well as painful headaches, are also addressed. In addition, Phosphorus can effectively heal infections found throughout the body, including the eyes, respiratory tract, heart and intestinal tract, as well as treat degenerative changes in the bone structures.
  • Pilocarpus microphyllus is indicated for treatment of hot flashes during menopause. This herb increases the kidneys’ excretion abilities, resolving the need for the patient to eliminate toxins via other mechanisms such as night sweats or profuse perspiration during the day. In addition, it improves peripheral circulation and eliminates nervous heart complaints, tachycardia and anxiety.
  • Pituitary gland homeopathic preparations give encouragement to the pituitary gland to remake itself!
  • By influencing the limbic system to help balance emotional processes, Piper methysticum addresses neuralgias triggered by fear and nervous tension. These conditions are often found in persons who are mentally overtaxed and exhausted, or who show sclerotic changes due to aging. A good description is helps relax and brighten the person’s mood.
  • Pulsatilla pratensis treats hot flashes and irregular menstruation, but also addresses psychological and emotional symptoms such as fear, anxiety and mood swings. It helps resolve nervous dysfunction of the stomach and liver that can lead to sleeplessness, and stimulates the excretion of toxins by improving mucus membrane and kidney function.
  • Rhus toxicodendron is indicated for treatment of rheumatic symptoms, including joint and muscle pain, lumbago, sciatica, brachial neuritis and tendovaginitis. Suppression of diseases with chemical drugs, including skin conditions, can play a role in the development of chronic symptoms, and this substance addresses any underlying toxic burden.
  • Ruta graveolens has a similar effectiveness profile to Arnica. It is specifically indicated for treatment of haematoma, contusions, and numbness of the knee and legs. It improves circulation in the afflicted areas and eliminates venous blockage.
  • Sabadilla resolves dizziness and brain fog, along with central nervous system dysfunction and the regulation of heart function. It also helps regulate proper stomach function, and treats pathogenic rheumatic and nervous system conditions.
  • Sanguinaria canadensis heals insufficiencies in the urogenital tract of women during menopause. Other common menopausal symptoms treated by this herb include hot flashes, heart and period anomalies, burning leucorrhea, breast pain, migraines and neurological sensations.
  • Scrophularia nodosa is useful for treating inflamed, infected and swollen lymph nodes. This herb is also indicated for treating eczema of the face, loose teeth, bleeding gums and development of goiter.
  • Selenium is an antioxidant that, similar to vitamin E, helps neutralize and eliminate environmental toxins such as cadmium and mercury. Contained in whole grain bread, nuts and asparagus, it is an essential trace element and constituent part of the metal-enzymatic complex.
  • Semecarpus anacardium treats nervous exhaustion due to mental strain and combats stabbing pains in the head, eye pressure and ringing or humming sounds in the ears. It treats the inability to perform mental work combined with irritation, lack of concentration, fear of the future and failure, exhaustion and memory weakness.
  • Silicea is essential to build the connective tissue in young people. In fact, silicic acid is as important to the body’s supportive tissues as iron is to the creation of blood. This mineral boosts the immune system, stimulates phagocyte activity, improves liver, spleen and pancreatic function, prevents kidney stones and helps treat pus-containing wounds that are slow to heal. Silicea is also necessary for the regeneration of healthy hair and nails, and for proper functioning of the digestive system.
  • Sinapis niagra to encourage mucus flow to wash out the nose.
  • Solidago virgaurea is a classic kidney remedy that effectively treats chronic nephritis and arthritis. It is indicated for treatment of painful urination and urine thick with stones, gravel, protein or blood. The stimulative effect on the kidneys is so great that using a catheter often becomes unnecessary.
  • Spigelia anthelmia primarily addresses the left-sided pain of trigeminal neuralgia that affects the eyes and nose area, and normally is most intense at mid-day. It also treats conditions of excitement and heart muscle pain that often correspond with this condition.
  • Strychnos ignatii improves the mood and treats the effects of worry, fear and psychosis. In addition, it combats chronic melancholy, and helps the user deal with personal slights and insults that could not previously be forgiven or forgotten. It also helps relieve migraines, disruptions of the digestive tract (inflammation or colic), a tight or blocked feel- ing in the throat that indicates hyperexcitement, and chronic burping (eructation) as a result of severe mental strain.
  • Taraxacum officinale cleans the liver and renal system. This bitter tasting plant also addresses afflictions of the gallbladder, and stimulates the gastrointestinal tract, pancreas and liver to overcome impairment caused by illnesses such as rheumatism or arthritis.
  • Thlaspi bursa-pastoris helps treat metabolic insufficiency reflected by the build-up of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. The strong stimulative effect provided by this herb can even make catheter use unnecessary.
  • Vincetoxicum hirundinaria specifically treats viral infections. It boosts the immune response so that the body can eliminate pathogens, including fungi, that take advantage of a sufficient change in the pH balance to reproduce and become more virulent.
  • Viscum album is indicated for treatment of rheumatic spasms. This substance treats vessels and congestive developments throughout the entire body. It also is indicated for treatment of acute and chronic conditions involving tearing, pulling pain, inflammation and irritation of the nerves, such as torticollis and intervertebral disk damage with anomalies in warmth regulation.
  • Zincum phosphoricum is a vital trace element required for proper functioning of red blood cells, bones, eyes and the islet-cells of the pancreas. A lack of zinc is especially evident in diabetes, liver disease and development of various forms of cancer. In addition, zinc — which activates specific enzymes — plays an important role in healing tissues, eliminating toxins and treating exhaustion, nasal infections, varicosities and cramps.

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