Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mentha Piperita in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Mentha piperita, Huds.
Natural order, Labiatae.
Common name, Peppermint.
Preparation Tincture of whole plant.
Authority. Dr. Demeures, Journ. de la Soc. Gall., first series, IV, p. 115, symptoms observed from one drops of the tincture.
Frequent cough (third day). Dry cough, excited by merely speaking.
expectoration every morning of thick mucus like the core of a boil (fourth to eighth day). *Dry cough continues.
it is not caused by titillation, nor by mucous accumulations in the bronchi, but merely by the passage of air into the larynx (ninth day). The least feeling of cold excites a cough (eleventh to twenty-first days). Cough still troublesome.
excited by reading aloud, exposure to cold, tobacco-smoke, and smoke of all kinds (twenty-eighth to forty-sixth days). Cough still continues (third month). is to injuries and Aconite Aconite to inflammatory complaints. It relieves even the cough of consumptives. A single dose (one globule of the 30th) was always sufficient whenever there was dry cough.
however long it might have lasted, I could safety promise a cure in twenty-four hours, provided the affection corresponded with that caused by this agent.