Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Aesculus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, Cooley, N. Y. St. Trans., 8, 330 (took the tinct.); 2, Buchmann, Viertl Jahrschrift, 10, 1 (took the powdered nut and tinct.); 3, Augusta B. ibid. (nut and θ); 4, Miss W. Br., ibid. (nut); 5, Miss W. N., ibid. (nut); 6, Pastor R. H. ibid. (nut); 7, Ed. B. ibid. (tinct.); 8, Mrs. J., ibid. (tinct.); 9, C. W. Boyce, Hale's New Remedies, 2d ed. (1st. dec. trit.); 10, T. C. Duncan, ibid. (1st and 2d dec. dil.); 11, W. Warren, ibid., and N. Am. J. of Hom., 10, 80, (1st and 2d dec. trit.); 12, H. M. Paine ibid. (tincture); 13, W. H. Burt, ibid. (crude nut and 1st dec. trit.); 14, C. H. Lee, ibid, (3d dil. and tinct.); 15, Dr. J. C. Raymond, N. Am. J. of Hom., 10, 90 (6th cent. potency).
Aesculus Glabra Aesculus Hippocastanum, L. Nat. order, Sapindaceae. Common names, Horse Chestnut; (Germ.) Rosskastanie; (Fr.) Le marronnier d'Inde. Preparation, Trituration or tincture from the fresh fruit without the shell.≡ more ...