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TRAUMA REMEDIES
Arnica montanta, Bellis perenis, Symphytum, Natrum sulphuricum
SPRAIN/STRAIN REMEDIES
Ruta graveolens

Bryonia alba

Rhus toxicodendron
HEMORRHAGE REMEDIES
Staphysagria

Millefolium

Hamamelis

Phosphorus
PUNCTURE WOUND REMEDIES
Ledum palustre

Hypericum perforatum
Insect Bites/Stings Remedies
Apis mellifica

Ledum palustre

Hypericum perforatum
Cuts & Lacerations Remedies
Calendula officinalis

Staphysagria
Burn Remedies
Urtica urens
Causticum
Cantharis
Trauma
Any kind, including surgery
Head
Muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones
Compound fractures with profuse suppuration
Contusions
Shock
Meningitis following injury
Traumatic etiology
Bruised feeling as if beaten
Black & blue bruising
Sore, lame, bruised feeling
Heat of head with coldness of lower body
Involuntary feces and urine
Oversensitive to pain
Everything on which he lies seems too hard
Stupor, when spoken to answers correctly
Says there is nothing the matter with him; sends the doctor away
Fear of being touched
Arnica montana (arn.) Common Name: Leopard’s Bane
Trauma
Pelvic region, pelvic surgery
Post op c-section instead of arnica
Post-partum pain & bruising
Muscles, tendons & ligaments
Deep tissues
Sprains and contusions
Mechanical pressure
After injury or surgery to deep tissues of pelvic region. (sometimes used for childbirth)
Muscular soreness, bruised
Lameness as if sprained
Ailments resulting from drinking cold drinks when the body is overheated
Bellis perenis (bell-p.) Common Name: Daisy
Contusions
Wounded parts are cold
COLD but > COLD applications
Parts cold to touch, but not subjectively cold to patient
Purple, puffy, and cold yet < external warmth
Ledum palustre (led.) Common Name: Marsh Tea; Labrador Tea
Trauma or mechanical injuries:
Fractures of bone, esp. non-union fractures
Joints: tendons, cartilages, PERIOSTEUM
Results of blows, bruises, thrusts
Globe of eye (Arn.: soft tissues around eye)
Pricking pain at site of injury
Soreness of periosteum remaining after injury
Pain in globe of eye after blow by blunt object
Follows Arnica well in cases of fracture
Symphytum officinale (symph.) Common Name: Comfrey; Knitbone
Trauma
To head; ailments from injury to head
Mental troubles resulting from injury to head
COGNITIVE OR CHANGES IN MOOD OR EMOTION
Seizures resulting from injury to head
Natrum sulphuricum (nat-s.) Common Name: Sodium sulfate
Sprains & Strains
Joints: tendons, ligaments, CARTILAGES, periosteum
Wrists, ankles, flexor tendons
Eyes
Simple overstrain
Strain/sprain injuries to wrists, ankles, flexor tendons
After Arnica for lameness remaining from strain/sprain injuries
All parts upon which he lies are painful as if bruised (arn., bapt., pyrog., sil.)
Bruised, lame, sore sensation, as after a fall
Lameness after sprains
Simple eyestrain; like balls of fire
Ruta graveolens (ruta.) Common Name: Rue; Herb of Grace
Hemorrhage
From any part
Blood is fluid, difficult to coagulate
Bright red
Slight wounds bleed very much
Restlessness
Strong thirst for cold drinks
> Company
Fearful & Anxious:
Anxiety about health
Fear something bad will happen
Phosphorus (phos.)
Hemorrhage
Female reproductive organs
Eyes
Due to trauma; falls, blows, jolts
1st degree burns (sunburns, too)
Hemorrhage: profuse, DARK, grummous (clotted, lumpy)
Venous hemorrhage from every orifice in the body (nosebleeds, acute)
Bruised SORENESS of affected parts
Traumatic conjunctivitis; extravasations into chamber of eye with intense soreness
Menses: dark & profuse after blow to ovary or a fall
Uterine hemorrhage from jolting while riding over rough roads
Nosebleed: passive, long-lasting, non-coagulable, profuse
Prostration disproportionate to amount of blood lost
WEAKNESS
Hamamelis virginiana (ham.) Common Name: Witch Hazel
Hemorrhage
Due to trauma, fall; of mechanical origin
From over-lifting, over-exertion
Due to labor, miscarriage, abortion; post-partum
PROFUSE, PAINLESS, bright red blood
Oozing of blood from edges of closed wounds
Painless hemorrhage without fever (w/out anxiety)
Painless hemorrhage without anxiety
Millefolium (mill.) Common Name: Yarrow
Puncture wounds
From nails
Bites of animals
Insect stings
Use is primarily empirical for puncture wounds and not based on symptoms
Ledum palustre (led.) Common Name: Marsh Tea; Labrador Tea
Trauma
Crush injuries to fingers, toes
Post-surgery when Arnica fails
Ghost pains in amputees
Nerves, especially at distal extremities
CRUSHED fingers, toes, nails, especially at tips
Pains travel UPWARDS
Pains: intolerably violent, shooting, lancinating along nerves
Painful soreness greater than appearance indicates
Spasms after slight injury
< motion
Oversensitive to pain
Hypericum perforatum (hyper.) Common Name: St. John’s Wort
Type I hypersensitivity reactions
Anaphylaxis
Urticaria
Insect stings & bites
Stinging, burning pains
Itching
Swelling, edema
Red, swollen, warm to touch
> cold
< heat
Thirstless
Restless
Awkwardness, drops things
Pains exhorting cries, shrill cries
Apis mellifica (apis.) Common Name: Honeybee
Clean, surgical cuts to any part
Stinging, smarting pains IN THE INCISION
Staphysagria (staph.) Common Name: Stavesacre; Louse Wort
Trauma
Ragged lacerations to any part
Lacerated, ragged, or suppurating wounds
Raw & inflamed
Painful as if beaten
Red around the wound with stinging pains
< motion (wound)
Wounds that will not heal
Calendula officinalis (calen.) Common Name: Marigold
Skin
1st degree burns
Minor 2nd degree burns
Urticaria
Stinging-burning pains
Urticaria-like eruptions
< warmth
Urtica urens (urt-u.) Common Name: Stinging Nettle
Skin
More extensive 2nd degree burns
Causticum (Tinctura acris sine kali)
Distillate containing Potassium hydrate without Calcium oxide or Sulphuric acid
Skin
3rd degree burns
Sensations & Modalities:

Rawness, burning, & smarting
Burns followed by undue inflammation
Redness & inflammation of skin with serous fluids below surface
Burns & scalds producing vesicles
Itching, burning vesicles
> cold applications
Cantharis vesicatoria (canth.) Common Name: Spanish Fly