Treating Cold & Flu

Hypoxia

Ordinary Wisdom [Mick]  Jacquie and I recently had a discussion about hypoxia (deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching the tissues in the body). I thought that it might be helpful to repeat our findings on this thread. Here are some remedies that are good for...
Treating Cold & Flu

Relieving Severe Knee Pain

[Question] What is suggested for severe pain?  It’s my knee.  I have been taking 600 mg ibufrofin.   [Mick’s Answer] First off, I would do Symphytum 200 mixed with Arnica 200, twice daily. If that doesn’t help enough, you can take the Arnica 200 (or even 1M) as needed...
Treating Cold & Flu

Ban on Homeopathic Eye Drops

[Mick] I can’t remember if it was on this Signal thread or another one, but somebody was recently talking about how much they like the Similisan eye drops. (Was it Chris G? Katie G?)? Anyhow, this would be a really good time to stock up on them, because they’re about...
Treating Cold & Flu

Cough Remedies

[Talitha] Rumex (incessant cough with a tickle in the throat pit), Sulphur (dislodging remaining mucus at the end of a cold), Bryonia (worse when moving, better laying down), For dry, itching ticking Apis or Ignatia can work. I would personally start with Rumex, Apis...
Treating Cold & Flu

For Broken Bones

[Mick] If I had a broken bone that had been properly set, I would take Symphytum 200C mixed with Calc phos 3 or 6, twice daily. I would also drink a cup or two of comfrey leaf tea daily for maybe 3 weeks. I would only do the comfrey leaf tea if I knew that the leaves...
Treating Cold & Flu

Treating Rash or Hives

[Natalie] … when I had my hives battle, a few things brought me relief.   I used Psorinum 1m, Histaminum 30c were helpful.   I also found Asa Hershoff’s book very helpful in remedy suggestions for both itching and hives. I chased the hives with multiple methods. I...
Treating Cold & Flu

Treating Shingles

[Catherine] L-lysine works like a champ in the early stages. It stops the replication of the virus, so while I know there are many anti-virals out there, this has been tried & true in our family. ( Note: also works on cold sores) My nutritionist recommended it...

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