Ledum Palustre - RelationshipsMarsh-tea, Ledum
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 (i.e. symptoms) of Ledum Palustre in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Compare Kalmia Latifolia Kalm. (bot.; Kalmia Latifolia Kalm. pains shoot down; Led. pains shoot up); Arnica Arn. (trauma. Led. follows Arnica Arn. when it fails to relieve soreness; punctured wounds); Croton Tiglium Crot. t. (skin cold); Hamamelis Virginica Hamam. (traumatic ecchymosis; black-eye), Ruta Graveolens Ruta (bruises Ruta Graveolens Ruta, especially of periosteum Symphytum Officinale Symph. of bone; Hyperic. of nerve) Apis Mel Apis (nightly itching of feet) Am. m., Natrum Carbonicum Nat. c. (blistered heels) Zincum Metallicum <">Zincum Metallicum Zn., Rhus Tox Rhus, Glo., Nux Vomica Nux, Selenium Sel., Fl. ac., Antimonium Crudum Ant. c., Pulsatilla Pul., Bovis., and Silicea Sil. (agg. from wine); Silicea Sil. (chronic rheumatism, extending from feet upwards; Silicea Sil. amel. covering up, Led, amel. uncovering); Lycopodium Lyc. amel. uncovering); Bryonia Bry. (rheumatism agg. motion; Led. more gout of great toe, scanty effusion, tends to harden into nodosities; Bryonia Bry., copious effusion. Led. hot swelling of hip- and shoulder-joints); Aconite Aco. (haemoptysis of bright red foamy blood) Rhus Tox Rhus ; Sulphur Sul. (itch); Staphysagria Staph. (pediculosis); Merc Viv Merc. (bloody semen). Causation.
Related Arnica Arn
Rhus Tox Rhus-t
Secale Cornutum Sec-c
Chin., Sepia Sep.
Ailments from abuse of alcoholic drinks.
It is an antidote to bee-stings; and also for the prostration following abuse of Colchic.
Antidoted by Camphora Camph. (according to Teste Rhus Tox Rhus is the best antidote). It antidotes Effects of alcohol; Apis Mel Apis, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. ("Cinchona N/A bark given for the debility produced by Led. is very injurious.")
Alcohol, abuse of. Hair-cutting. Suppressed discharges. Wounds Bruises; Bites; Punctured wounds; Stings.≡ more ...
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Compare: Ledum Palustre Ledum (punched wounds and bites of animals); Arnica Arnica; Staphysagria Staphis.; Calendula Officinalis Calen.; Ruta Graveolens Ruta; Coffea Cruda Coff.