Veratrum - The Homeopathic Remedy

Remedy profile of Veratrum, Origin of Veratrum, Preparation of Veratrum homeopathic remedy,  Emotional, Psychological and Physical symptoms suited to Veratrum explanation and other information

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Remedy Name/s: Common Name/s: Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
Veratrum Album False Hellebore, White Hellebore,
Yellow pheasant's eye
Adonis autumnalis,
Adonis vernalis

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General description and domicile:
The False Hellebore is a very poisonous plant that is native to Europe and northern Asia where it grows wild in damp sites on the sides of mountains. It is a perennial foot-high plant very similar to the Anemone.
The pale green leaves are smooth on top but hairy underneath and has a pretty cluster of bright red buttercup-like flowers on short spikes that grow from the leave joints.

Warning: Extreme care must be taken when handling this plant as very little contact with Veratrum can be fatal.

Part used and extraction:
The root is used, harvested before the flowering season.

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

History:
The Gauls used the poisonous sap of this plant to coat their arrows for hunting and the war against the Romans.

Proved by Hahnemann

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:
Veratrum people are hyperactive, restless, haughty and aloof. They are very critical of others and tend to reject any opinion other than their own.
When ill they become withdrawn and melancholy, restless and may tent to easy tears and self pity.
Physical symptoms are: a weak immune system (catches colds easily), are easily chilled, anemic,  always thirsty and suffer from cold sweats.

Key Symptoms:
Cold sweat, hyperactive, withdrawn, melancholy.

Used for treatment of:

Nausea (cold, clammy sweating)

Vomiting

Diarrhea

Cough

Fatigue

Fevers

General Symptoms Worse for: Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
Movement
Bowel evacuation
Cold drinks

General Symptoms Better for: Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
Warmth
Lying down
Resting

See also our Herbal page on Veratrum.

 

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