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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 Pinus Lambertiana in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
"I obtained two following facts from Miss V. V." A very small quantity of the inspissated sap (which makes a sugary substance, strongly resembling manna), say from the size of a pea up to a teaspoonful, produces a decided but extremely gentle cathartic action.
(In the case of women suffering from menstrual suppression, its remedial action is pleasant and painless, restraining the flow, and removing any unpleasant or painful sensations.)
In larger quantities (but just how large I have failed to learn) the Indian squaw administers it to the pregnant women to procure abortion.
A party of several persons gorged themselves with the sugar found on the wounded sides of the trees, and proved by experience that it may be taken in such quantities as to be actively and energetically cathartic.
. Sugar Pine. (North America.) N. O. Coniferae. Trituration of inspissated sap.
Pinus Lambertiana, Douglas.
Natural order, Coniferae.
Common name, Sugar pine.
Preparation, Triturations of the inspissated sap.
Authority. Dr. A. P. Throop, Trans. N. Y. St. Hom. Med. Soc., 1874.
Abortion. Amenorrhoea. Constipation.
The inspissated sap of P. Lamb. makes a sugary substance like manna. A small quantity (from a bit the size of a pea to a teaspoonful) has a decided but gentle laxative action, and in larger quantities emphatically so. It has also an action on the menstrual function, restoring menses when suppressed; and producing abortion in pregnant women.≡ show all authors ...
Compare Sabina, Junip., Pin. syl., and other coniferae. SYMPTOMS.≡ show all authors ...