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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Alnus Serrulata in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Alnus rubra, Tag Alder; and Alnus glutinosa, Common Alder of Europe. N. O. Cupuliferae. (Not to be confounded with certain of the Rhamnaceae, which are also popularly called "Alders.") Tinctures of the bark, and of the young shoots.
amenorrhoea with burning pains from back to pubis. Haematuria. Cooper, who has used a fresh plant tincture of A. glutinosa, gives "Pain in rectum after stool".
and "heaviness in head as after being drunk the night before" as having been produced by it. Hale gives as particularly indicating it "Eruptions on the skin alternating with diseased conditions of mucous membrane.".
Compare Hamamelis Virginica Hamam., Stillingia Sylvatica Stilling., Phytolacca Decandra Phytol.,Kali Iodatum Kali i., Merc Viv Merc., Nux Vomica Nux v., Baptisia Tinctoria Bapt. Alternating conditions, Aloe Socotrina Alo., Podophyllum Peltatum Pod., Kali Bich Kali bi.⥄ Show reverse lookup of Alnus Serrulata relationships from all sources