Ceanothus AmericanusCeanoth, Ceanothus, New Jersey Tea
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Ceanothus Americanus may help, unprocessed Ceanothus Americanus is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Ceanothus Americanus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
This remedy seems to possess a specific relation to the spleen. Ague cake of malaria. A left-sided remedy generally. Anaemic patients where liver and spleen are at fault. Chronic bronchitis with profuse secretion. Marked blood pressure, reducing powers. Active hemostatic, materially reducing the clotting of blood.≡ show all authors ...
Compare: Tinospora cordifolia (a Hindu medicine for chronic cases of fever with enlarged spleen). Polymnia uvedalia — Bears foot — (acute splenitis with tenderness over left hypochondriac region; spleen enlarged, ague cake. Vascular atony, tissues sodden, flabby and non-elastic. Enlarged glands; influences all ductless glands). Ceanothus thrysiflorus — California Lilac — (Pharyngitis, tonsillitis, nasal catarrh, diphtheria. Tincture internally and as a gargle.)
Compare: Berberis; Myrica; Cedron; Agaricus (spleen).⥄ Show reverse lookup of relationships
Enormous enlargement of the spleen. Splenitis; PAIN ALL UP THE LEFT SIDE. Deep-seated pain in left hypochondrium, hypertrophy of spleen. Leucaemia. Violent dyspnoea. Menses profuse, and yellow weakening leucorrhoea. Unable to lie on left side. Pain in liver and back.
spleen; while lying on left side
sudden, sharp (sticking, etc.); spleen
Complaints of spleen≡ show all authors ...
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Diarrhoea; bearing down in abdomen and rectum.≡ show all authors ...