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Magnolia glauca

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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 Magnolia glauca in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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H.C. Allen - no Magnolia glauca
T.F. Allen  
Boenninghausen - no Magnolia glauca
 
Boericke - no Magnolia glauca
 
Boger - no Magnolia glauca
Clarke  
Hahnemann - no Magnolia glauca
 
Hering - no Magnolia glauca
 
Kent Lectures - no Magnolia glauca
 
Kent New remedies - no Magnolia glauca
 
Reversed & reworded Kent repertory - no Magnolia glauca
 
Morrel - no Magnolia glauca
 
Nash - no Magnolia glauca
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  GENERAL

General

. Sweet Magnolia. Sweet Bay. N. O. Magnoliaceae. Tincture of the flowers.

Preparation

Magnolia glauca, L.

Natural order, Magnoliaceae.

Common names, Sweet Magnolia, Sweet Bay.

Preparation, Tincture of the flowers.

Clinical

Asthma. Fainting. clinical

Characteristics

Our knowledge of Mag. gl. is based on two observations by S. A. Jones and T. F. Allen of the effects of the flowers on three persons. The symptoms were these "Sense of great oppression about his chest;" "strong tendency to fainting (these occurred in a man). A lady had "Oppression of chest; could not expand the lungs; with a feeling as if she had swallowed food without chewing, and it distressed her stomach." In a doctor it "increased the pain of inflammatory gout;" and "evidently increased the paroxysm of a pain which came on every afternoon." The Treasury of Botany says "M. glauca is a low-growing, deciduous tree, called in America Swamp Sassafras, from the nature of the locality in which it grows, and from the resemblance in its properties to Laurus sassafras. It is also called Beaver-tree, because the root is eaten by beavers, which animals also make use of the wood in constructing their nests."

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