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ARNICA MONTANA DILUTION 1M

(30 ML dilution in bottle)
ARNICA MONTANA DILUTION 1M
Product Details
Arnica Montana Dilution
 
Mind
 
Fears touch, or the approach of anyone. 
Unconscious; when spoken to answers correctly, but relapses. 
Wants to be let alone.
 
Head
 
Hot, with cold body; confused; sensitiveness of brain, with sharp, pinching pains. 
Scalp feels contracted. 
Cold spot on forehead. 
Chronic vertigo; objects whirl about especially when walking.
 
Face
 
Sunken; very red. Heat in lips. Herpes in face.
 
Stomach
 
Longing for vinegar. 
Distaste for milk and meat. 
Canine hunger. V
omiting of blood. Pain in stomach during eating. 
Oppressive gases pass upward and downward. Pressure as from a stone. 
Feeling as if stomach were passing against spine. Fetid vomiting.
 
Abdomen
 
Stitches under false ribs. Distended; offensive flatus. 
Sharp thrusts through abdomen.
 
Stool
 
Straining of tenesmus in diarrhœa. Offensive, brown, bloody, putrid, involuntary. 
Must lie down after every stool. 
Diarrhœa of consumption; worse lying on left side. 
 
Extremities
 
Gout. Great fear of being touched or approached. 
Pain in back and limbs, as if bruised or beaten. 
Sprained and dislocated feeling. Soreness after overexertion. 
Everything on which he lies seems too hard. 
Deathly coldness of forearm. 
Cannot walk erect, on account of bruised pain in pelvic region.
 
Fever
 
Febrile symptoms closely related to typhoid. 
Shivering over whole body. 
Heat and redness of head, with coolness of rest of body. 
Internal heat; feet and hands cold. 
Nightly sour sweats.
 
Dose : As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with allopathic medicines.
 
Precautions
 
Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing
 
Similar drugs: Acon; Bapt; Bellis; Hamam; Rhus; Hyperic.
 
Side effects: None reported

 
Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 28 November, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)