Myrica CeriferaBayberry, , + Myrica, + Myrica+ Myrica+ Myrica
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 Myrica Cerifera in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Marked action on the liver, with jaundice and mucous membranes. Persistent sleeplessness. Jaundice.
Tincture, to third potency.
Scalp feels tight
Headache, with drowsiness; yellow sclerotica; aching in eyeballs
Pressure in vertex and forehead
Dull, heavy aching in temples and forehead on waking in the morning
Pain and stiffness in nape of neck.≡ more ...
Tongue furred, with bad taste in mouth, and nausea
Tenacious, thick, nauseous secretion
Tender, spongy, and bleeding gums ( Merc.)≡ more ...
Constricted and rough feeling, with a constant desire to swallow
Stringy mucus; detached with difficulty.≡ more ...
Stomach; Taste bitter and nauseous, with offensive breath
Complete loss of appetite, but with a feeling of fullness in the stomach after a hearty meal
Strong desire for acids
Weak, sinking feeling in the epigastrium, approaching nausea; increased after eating; relieved by rapid walking.
Dull pain in the region of the liver
Complete jaundice, with bronze-yellow skin; loss of appetite
Fullness in the stomach and abdomen
Scanty, yellow, frothy urine.≡ more ...
Constant discharge of flatus when walking
Urging to stool, with no other results than the expulsion of a great amount of flatus
Loose, light-colored stool; ash-colored and destitute of bile.
Dark, frothy, scanty, high-colored, biliary.≡ more ...
Pain under shoulder-blades and back of neck, in all muscles, in hollow of right foot.≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.