≡ ▼

Aristolochia Clematitis - General symptoms

Aristochlia Clematitis Arist-c.

Available in 30C from $7.35
Purchase options

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Aristolochia Clematitis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

Have you ever used ? Yes No

< < Aristolochia Clematitis- main page



HOMEOPATHIC -- Excess of estrogen hormones produced. Marked affect on the urinary passages, kidneys, venous system, skin. Menses irregular. Pre-menstrual insomnia with agitation and congestion of the pelvis. Joint pains improved by movement. State of fatigue, or the opposite. Worn out with vertigo, chilliness, slightly improved by heat. Hunger pangs and need to eat despite feeling nausea. Tendency to plumpness.


CLINICAL - After-pains. Amenorrhea. Anorexia. Arthritis. Bedwetting. Bronchitis. Chills. Colic. Cystic mastitis. Cystitis. Depression. Dysmenorrhea. Eczema. Enteritis. Hormonal imbalances. Insomnia. Laryngitis. Mastitis. Menopause. Metritis. Nephritis. Pre-menstrual syndrome. Rheumatism. Spasmodic colitis. Sinusitis. Vaginitis. Varicose veins. Vertigo.


PHARMACY - Arist-cl. Aristolochia Clematitis. The presence of Aristolochic acid, isolated from the subterranean parts of the plant, must be emphasized here. It is toxic and an irritant, as well as a stimulant of phagocytosis. It is a yellow, bitter substance with a phenathrenic nucleus, and it comprises a nitrate group. Historical dose: Trituration and all potencies, 3x to 30c. Planets: Moon, Venus.

Herbal - Aristolochia Clematitis, of the Aristolochiaceae family, grows in Southern Europe and South America. Aristolochia Clematitis's active principle is clematine, which is identical to the Aristolochia or the Serpentarin as well as to non-purified Aristolochic acid. Aristolochic acid causes menorrhagia, tends towards miscarriage, and has a toxic action on the kidneys and liver parenchyma as well as intestinal mucous membranes.

Aristos means better, locheia means giving birth. In popular medicine to induce birth or stimulant the menses. Also as a diuretic, and against rheumatism. In high doses it is an emetic and cathartic. In South America, some Aristolochia are used for blindness.

The proving by Mezger made use of the Spring rhizome. The experiment was carried out by eighteen provers, of whom thirteen were women. The following potencies were studied: 5x, 2x, 12x and mother tincture. The experiment lasted for twelve weeks.


Constitutions - Hormonal imbalances. Subjects of a nervous constitution, with extreme sensitivity, and who cry easily. Tubercular conditions of the ‘worn-out’ type.