Eupatorium Per. - The Homeopathic Remedy

Remedy profile of Eupatorium Per., Origin, Preparation,  Symptoms explanation and other information

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Remedy Name/s: Common Name/s: Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
Eupatorium, Eupatorium Per., Eupatorium Perfoliatum Boneset, Augeweed, Feverwort,  Thoroughwort Eupatorium Perfoliatum

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General description and domicile:
A perennial herb native to North America. Growing to four feet this upright plant has hairy tubular stems with opposite leaves joined at the base. The flowers are small and white, clustered in large numbers in flower heads at the top of the stems or branches.

Part used and extraction:
Arial part of the herb is used, harvested in the flowering season.

Remedy preparation:
Chopped and steeped in alcohol to obtain mother tincture

History:
The herb is very well known in America. Native Americans have used it since the beginning for ague (hence the name agueweed).

How to use these pages:
What follows below is a profile of the homeopathic remedy. This profile must be compared with the profile of the person to be treated in great detail before treatment can be commenced. See How to Use these Pages

Remedy profile:
A minor remedy Eupatorium suits restless people who have a low pain threshold, which makes them irritable because they are trying to remain still but tend to squirm from the pain thereby making it worse. When ill they are prone to fevers and suffer skeletal pain, they also sweat profusely.

Key Symptoms:
Bones feel broken, restless, inability to lie still.

Used for treatment of:

Influenza

Fever

Vomiting

Gastric flu (accompanied with fever)


General Symptoms Worse for: Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
Movement
Cold, damp air
Eating

General Symptoms Better for: Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
Sweating
After vomiting

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