Echinacea AngustifoliaPurple Cone-flower,Echinacea
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 Echinacea Angustifolia in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Tincture, one to ten drops, every two hours, and larger doses.
Locally, as a cleansing and antiseptic Wash.
Aches with a peculiar periodical flushing of the face, even to the neck; dizziness and profound prostration.≡ more ...
Foul-smelling discharge, membranous formations protruding
Post-nasal catarrh with ulceration and fetor
Nose feels stuffed up
Right nostril raw, bleeding.≡ more ...
Canker; gums recede and bleed easily; corners of mouth and lips crack; tongue dry and swollen; sores; dirty brownish
Tongue, lips and fauces TINGLE, with sense of fear about heart ( Acon.) White coating of tongue, with red edges
Promotes the flow of saliva.≡ more ...
Irritations from insect bites and poisonous plants
Old tibial ulcers
Gangrene.≡ more ...
Tonsils purple or black, gray exudation extending to posterior nares and air-passages
Ulcerated sore throat.≡ more ...
Pain as of a lump in chest and under sternum
Pain in pectoral muscles ( Aristolochia)≡ more ...
Female; Puerperal septicaemia; discharges suppressed; abdomen sensitive and tympanitic; offensive, excoriating leucorrhoea.≡ more ...
Fever and chill
Chilliness, with nausea
Cold flashes all over back
Fever with skin out-break; scarlet fever
Septic fever (see infectious, continued, from childbirth, etc.)
In women; from childbirth≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.