Ledum Palustre - Modalities Etc - T.F. AllenMarsh-tea, Ledum, Led.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ledum Palustre in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Loss of appetite,
Aversion to smoking, with the usual appetite,
(Much thirst; he is even obliged to drink at night),
Much thirst during the day; and at evening febrile chill, shortly before going to sleep,
Great thirst for cold drinks, especially water (after four and a quarter, eight, and twenty hours),
Constant loss of thirst,
Eructation and Hiccough.
Eructations, with loss of appetite, and a feeling of warmth in the stomach,
Eructations of air tasting of the drug,
Frequent eructations of air,
Many eructations of air, with dull pressure in the pit of the stomach,
(Bitter eructations, after eating),
Hiccough frequently recurring (after two hours and a half),
Qualmishness in the stomach, with much accumulation of saliva,
Constant sensation of qualmishness in the stomach,
Retching, with eructations, puffiness, and dragging in the pit of the stomach, in the morning after rising,