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Boldo

Boldu, Boldus Lyons, Boldea Fragrans Gay Boldo.


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HPUS indication of Boldo: Loss of Appetite
Common symptom: Loss of Appetite ..

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

  GENERAL

General

Bladder atony; cholecystitis and biliary calculus. Bitter taste, no appetite; constipation, hypochondriasis languor, congestion of liver, burning weight in liver and stomach. Painful hepatic diseases. Disturbed liver following malaria.

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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Boldo

Nat-s > relationships
Compare: Natrum succinate (5 gr. every 3 hours. Catarrhal jaundice). Malaria Officinalis - decomposed vegetable matter - (Has evident power to cause the disappearance of the plasmodium of malaria. Malarial cachexia. General sense of weariness. Spleen affections. Malaria and rheumatism. Functional hepatic diseases. Sixth potency and higher.) Natrum choleinicum - Fel Tauri Depuratum - (constipation; chronic gastric and intestinal catarrh; cirrhotic liver; diabetes; Nape of neck pains; tendency to sleep after eating; much flatus; ascites); Momordica - Balsam Apple - (Colic, dysmenorrhoea with gushes of blood.) Pulmo vulpis - Wolf;’s lung (persistent shortness of breath causing a paroxysm of asthma on the slightest motion. Strong, sonorous bubbling rales. 1x trit.). Peumus boldus - Boldo - (atonic states of stomach and intestinal canal; liver states following malaria. Burning weight in region of liver and stomach, bitter taste, languor; abscess of liver; asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, oedema of lungs); Natrum jodat ( Incipient rheumatic endocarditis; chronic bronchitis, rheumatism and tertiary syphilis. Chronic catarrhal affections, arteriosclerosis. Here various symptoms, as Angina pectoris, vertigo, dyspnoea become less marked after continued use of 5-10 grs., 3 times a day.) Natrum hydrosulph ( liver-spots, locally and internally); Sulph.; Thuja; Merc.; Stilling.


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