Aconitum Napellus Side Effects: Homeopathy Remedy

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Aconitum Napellus is one of the most famous homeopathic remedies belongs to Plant’s Kingdom; this is a poisonous herb have a lot of deadly side effects but it's used in homeopathy makes it a wonderful healing remedy. It is also called the monkshood, friar's cap and wolfsbane plant. I have a serious penchant for poisonous plants and, owing to its alkaloid content, wolfsbane is considered particularly toxic. In the ancient world, spear heads and arrows were soaked in the tincture and the Romans used it to eliminate enemies and criminals. It is said you die within six hours of swallowing a tincture, having experienced nausea, vomiting, dizziness and paralysis of the heart. The only post-mortem signs are of asphyxia. Apparently poisoning can also occur via absorption through the skin and death can occur after experiencing spreading tingling and numbness. However, I contest this claim having thoroughly rubbed the leaves into my skin and experienced no effect whatsoever (Just in case, I don’t advise you to try it)! In accordance with its name, Wolfsbane potion is taken to relieve the symptoms of lycanthropy.

Homeopathy is a simple system of health that uses highly diluted remedies made from many natural and other sources. It stimulates your body to heal itself on many levels just like a small cut will heal itself without you even thinking about it. It has been working for over 200 years and in many cases using the same remedies as first produced all that time ago and much more since. When drugs can claim that they are still working after 200 years they will be on a level playing field with Homeopathy.

Homeopathy is a complementary form of medicine which can be taken alongside prescribed medication if necessary and looks at not only the patient's symptoms but any trigger to those symptoms such as a grief, upset etc and any inherited family tendencies to those symptoms too - a three-pronged approach which makes it so special.

Homeopathy is a natural system of medicine. It's perfect for pregnant women, babies and children because it uses the minimum dose of natural remedies that are safe and effective.

I quite often explain the difference between herbalist, pharma, and homeopathy. Herbalist has stayed the same for 1,000's of years, Homeo uses the minimum dose that is safe and effective, and pharma has gone for the maximum dose (and profits) from synthetically produced extracts of what they consider being the active ingredients of herbal remedies that usually cause side effects etc.

A healthy body is balanced, when an imbalance shows, Homeopathy is great for bringing body to balance. We look for the cause and trait this to bring the body back to it. Each remedy has 'keynotes' but there are many things about different remedies. For example, arnica is known for bruising, but is also good for physical shock, helping a cut clot, for physical exertion and. Each remedy has its own picture. Nux Vomica is also known as the 'over indulgence' remedy.

The fact that a person can have the opposite issue and the same remedy fixes it shows that the remedy is known to help in that physical area and the actual issue isn't always as relative as the person's state with that issue or the opposite physical issue. The fact that bowls are the affinity whether it be loose or not is often useful for prescribing. Also, sometimes and often the physical issue changes as the pathology worsens. So you can see pathology that a certain remedy will resolve that isn't what a prescriber would presume is typical of a certain remedy as you are seeing end stage pathology but still the same state and the same remedy needed. Sepia is full of opposites as are many remedies.
Aconitum Napellus Homeopathy

Hidden facts about Aconitum Napellus!


*A dose of Sulphur given at beginning often develops the action of Aconite.

*After Aconite has acted for several hours, a change in the symptoms may call for some other remedy, and it is extremely seldom that after this, the second dose of Aconite is called for.

*As a rule if you get Kali-c patient with gallstone colic, you can very nearly match it with Aconite. You can relieve the symptoms with this and then follow up with Kali-c later when the pain has disappeared.

*Aconite is an important remedy for acute phases during treatment of chronic maladies. Jerking and twitching of parts, also unconsciousness, contra-indicate Aconite.

* Not indicated in malarial and low fevers or hectic and pyemia symptoms, and in inflammations when they localized themselves.

*In hypertrophy from Valvular heart disease, Aconite may do great harm.

*Acute cardiac angina with Aconite symptoms when patient recovered under Aconite in the first attack but it has no effect in second or later attacks, and then Cactus is the remedy.

* In Insomnia of typhoid and in the restless state that sometimes attends it, Aconite is one of the most useful medicines, no matter what stage of the disease.

*Aconite, Bell, and Ferrum-p from the trio for fever of infancy.

*Aconite, Arsenic, Rhus-t from the trio for restless remedies.

*Aconite, Nat-s, and Ox-acid form the trio of plethoric subjects.

*Aconite, Cham and Coffea form the trio of pain relievers.

*Aconite, Spongia, Hepar from the trio for croup.

*Aconite, Camphor, and Gels from the trio for the first stage of simple rhinitis.

*Together with Spongia and Causticum, Aconite forms an important trio for such affections of the respiratory troubles as a cough and croup.

*A valuable inter-current in dysentery, when Merc-c although indicated, fails to relieve.

*As an inter-current in true syphilis when there is violent inflammation of the penis following Merc.

*Acute inflammatory conditions, all cases, arterial congestion, also Glonoine in Vasomotor disorders.
* Acute complement for inter-current remedies in a chronic Sulfur patient.

*Intercurrent remedy for Aconite: Arnica.

* When Aconite fails in conjunctivitis from a foreign body, Sulph is the remedy.

*In acute croup, pseudo-croup, when Aconite is the indicated remedy but fails, then Spongia is the remedy.

*In croup, in first inflammatory or spasmodic stage, if Aconite fails Bell is the remedy.

* In cystitis in children, Ferrum-p is the remedy when Aconite fails.

*In dysentery with cutting pain, great thirst, cold hands and feet; kali-n is indicated when Aconite fails and also Merc.

*Spigelia is the remedy when Aconite and Veratrum fail in Endocarditis.

*In fainting and exhaustion, puerperal convulsions in highly sensitive subjects, if Aconite is indicated but fails then Coffea is the remedy.

*In fever, if Aconite fails, Bryonia is the remedy.

*In typhoid fever, if Aconite, Bryonia, Ipecac, Nat-m, Op, and Stramonium are indicated but fail then Caladium is the remedy.

*If rheumatic fever is very high and Aconite is indicated but fails then Chin-sal will work.

*In cerebral hemorrhage Bell is the remedy when Aconite is indicated but fails.

* In hyperemia, the congestion event the chill which precedes an inflammatory fever, if Aconite is indicated but fails then Bryonia is the remedy.

*In paralysis, Sulph is the remedy when Aconite fails.

By Dr. Tahir Awan


Homeopathy is an effective, efficient tool for anyone to have when they are involved with children, whether you are a parent, grandparent, uncle or aunt. You can soothe their tears when they fall with Arnica or when they wake scared after a little nightmare with Aconite or those intense pains of teething with Chamomile. Learn about these and more of the amazing homeopathic remedies to help with all those childhood upsets.
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