Quercus Glandus SpiritusSpirit Distilled From Tincture Of Acorn Kernels, Quercus E Glandibus, Spiritus Glandium, Quercus Glandium Spiritus, Quercus Gland Spirit, Spiritus Quercus Glandium, Quercus Glandus Querc-g.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Quercus Glandus Spiritus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Used first by Rademacher for chronic spleen affections; Spleen-dropsy. Antidotes effects of Alcohol. Vertigo; deafness, with noises in head. Takes away craving for alcoholics; give dose as below for several months. Dropsy and liver affections. Useful in gout, old malarial cases with flatulence.
Ten drops to a teaspoonful of the distilled spirit three to four times a day. A passing diarrhoea often appears for a time when using it. Curative effect. Quercis acts well in trituration of the acorn 3X in splenic cases, flatulence, old malaria and alcoh≡ show all authors ...
Compare: Angelica (in tincture, five drops, three times daily, produces disgust for liquor; also for atony of different organs, dyspepsia, nervous headache, etc.; chronic bronchitis to increase expectoration.) Ceanothus Americanus Ceanoth.; Lachesis Lach.; Nat Mur Nat-mur.; Helianthus Annuus Helianthus (spleen enlarged and painful.)≡ more ...
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Quercus Glandus Spiritus
Querc-r > general
Quercus robur (var. pedunculata and sessilifera). English Oak. N. O. Corylaceae or Cupuliferae. Tincture of acorns (peeled and crushed or shredded). Spirit distilled from the tincture (Spiritus glandium quercus). Water extract of acorns with addition of alcohol (Aqua glandium quercus.)