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HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS MOTHER TINCTURE Q

(30 ML Mother Tincture in bottle)
HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS MOTHER TINCTURE Q
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HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS MOTHER TINCTURE 
A remedy prepared from the plant Golden Seal, simply known as Hydrastis is a very good remedy for complaints in all the various systems in the body. 
 
Nose 
 
Great remedy for thick, viscid secretions from the nose with acrid, burning discharge. 
Bloody discharge and ulceration of the septum of the nose, keeps on blowing nose constantly. 
 
Mouth 
 
Mouth is very flabby and shows imprints of the teeth. 
Tongue shows ulcers. 
 
Throat 
 
Throat is inflamed with pus formation, rawness and pain. 
Yellow mucus that goes down from the back of the nose; waking up the child. 
Useful for goiter during adolescence and pregnancy. 
 
Stomach 
 
Good remedy for weak digestion, ulcers and cancer of stomach. 
Excellent to treat gall bladder stones, jaundice, pain in liver region. 
Cannot eat bread or vegetables 
Gastritis 
Dull dragging in right groin with cutting sensation into right testicle 
 
Back 
 
Pain in the lower back region, needs to use arms to raise from siting position. 
Dull, heavy, dragging pain and stiffness 
 
Respiratory 
 
Good remedy for bronchitis in old people who are weak and enhausted, with yellow, thick expectoration. 
Frequent fainty spells, with cold sweat all over. 
Feels suffocating when lying on left side. 
Pain from chest to left shoulder. 
 
Female 
 
Good remedy for vaginal discharge after periods with excessive itching. 
 
 
Dose- 15 drops of Hydrastis Canadensis mother tincture in half a cup of normal water twice each day for 3 months unless otherwise prescribed by the physician. Can be taken along with allopathic medicines. 
 
Side effects: None 
 
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: Kali Bi, Conium
 
 
 
Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 25 November, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)