Herpes Zoster-Nosode is a homeopathic remedy used to treat early stages of herpes zoster (i.e. about 10-14 days after the start of the illness). It may also be used for postherpetic neuralgia as well as for other diseases similar to herpes or zoster.
The painful, motor and vegetative disturbances caused by a lesion of roots on the spinal cord, owing to an osteochondrosis of the backbone. A vertebral osteochondrosis is the degenerate-dystrophic arising because of loss by intervertebral discs of their function of amortization that is caused by the degeneration of tissue of a disk, leading to pressure decrease inside of it. Except for cases of trauma, the etiology of a discopathy is obscure. In a segment of the disk, there is a relative instability of the backbone, with development of osteophytes of bodies of vertebrae (spondylosis), damage of ligaments, and an arthropathy of intervertebral joints (spondylarthrosis). A diverticulum of a disk (protrusion or hernia) plus osteophytes can also squeeze roots, thus causing radicular pains.
Thalamus Compositum is a homeopathic remedy used to stimulate the central regulatory functions in degenerative diseases and neoplasia. It may also be used to provide temporary relief of premenopausal complaints including hot flashes, excessive sweating and fatigue, and as an adjunct to hormone replacement therapy.
Soursop, also known as guanabana, is a tropical fruit that is classified as a superfood. It can be used to reduce inflammation, fight infections, enhance gastrointestinal health, help with weight loss, reduce rheumatism and arthritic pain, lower blood pressure, help relieve stress, and boost immunity.
Hypericum Perforatum, more commonly known as St. John’s Wort, is a flowering plant in the family Hypericaceae. As a homeopathic remedy, it may help provide temporary relief from symptoms associated with nerve injuries. It may also help treat nerve pain, neuritis, spinal injuries, toothaches, depression, anxiety, rheumatic pains, injuries to the fingertips, sciatica, pain after surgery, pain after C-sections, and C-section scars.
Lachesis mutus is a homeopathic remedy derived from the venom of the South American bushmaster snake. It may help treat menopause symptoms, hot flashes, menstrual pain and cramps, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), headaches and migraines, hemorrhages, inflammation, glandular diseases, and rheumatism.
Medorrhinum is a remedy used to help with various types of arthritis including osteoarthritis and may be used to treat back pain, shoulder pain, pain in the legs, ankles that turn when walking, and burning pain in hands and feet. Medorrhinum may also be used to help with weak immune system, chronic pelvic disorders, pain in the ovaries, painful menstruation, painful sex (women), stomach ulcers, tissue changes, cysts, polyps, enlarged prostate gland, colic of the kidneys and abdomen, chronic eczema, gallbladder and liver complaints, muscle and nerve pains, diabetes, sleeplessness, fear of abandonment, incapacity for a balanced life, inability to sit still, extreme mood shifts, irresponsibility, self-centeredness, arrogance, and superficiality.
Arnica may be used to help with all acute and chronic inflammation (localized or generalized); stimulation of the body’s defense system; rheumatism; abscesses; influenza; sepsis; and irritation of the meninges. It may also be used to help with hemorrhage; over strained myalgia; arterial and venous systems diseases; fracture; luxation; fissure; wounds; hematomas; myopathy; furunculosis; neuralgia; angina pectoris; and atherosclerosis.
Clindamycin is an antibiotic used in the treatment of serious infections caused by streptococci, pneumococci, and staphylococci. It is most commonly used in the treatment of serious respiratory tract infections such as empyema, anaerobic pneumonitis, and lung abscess; serious skin and soft tissue infections; septicemia; intra-abdominal infections such as peritonitis and intra-abdominal abscess (typically resulting from anaerobic organisms resident in the normal gastrointestinal tract); infections of the female pelvis and genital tract such as endometritis, nongonococcal tubo-ovarian abscess, pelvic cellulitis, and postsurgical vaginal cuff infection. Due to the risk of colitis when using oral medication, clindamycin is generally reserved for those individuals who are allergic to the less-toxic penicillins.