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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Carya Alba in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Carya alba, Nutt. Nat. order, Juglandaceae. Common name, Shellbark or Shagbark hickory.
Authority. Dr. Forsyth, Med. Repos., 11 (N. Am. J. of Hom., 2, 473), effects of eating the nuts (the exclusive diet, for three or four weeks, of a girl 7 years old).
. Shellbark, or Shagbark Hickory. N. O. Juglandaceae. Tincture of nuts.
Like Juglans Regia and Juglans Cinerea, Carya alba appears to possess antiscorbutic properties. An exclusive diet of the nuts for three or four weeks, in a girl seven years old, produced pronounced symptoms of scurvy; haemorrhages from all surfaces; on the least excoriation of skin very dark blood gushed out. Blood gushed from gums, nose, ears, and other parts.≡ show all authors ...
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Gums swelled, began to bleed and turn black, and she could not move her lips without occasioning a profuse discharge from them.
Gums swelled, began to bleed and turn black; could not move lips without causing profuse discharge.≡ more ...
Breath short, difficult; pulse quick. 21. Limbs.
Extremely swollen.≡ more ...
Abdomen much swelled (after seventeen days).
Appetite gone (after seventeen days).≡ more ...
Discharge of black-colored blood by stool (after seventeen days).
Discharge of black blood by stool.≡ more ...
Extremities in general
Want of strength.≡ more ...