Aconite

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Aconite - Monkshood

Best remedy for nipping colds in the bud.

  • Useful in the early stages of colds, fevers, inflammations.  
  • Can be used for complaints that come on after shock or exposure to cold. 
  • Suits healthy people whose complaints come on suddenly.
  • Possible causes: cold/ dry wind; fright / shock.
  • SHOCK - For shock after any accident or injury.     
  • Complaints that come on suddenly and progress rapidly –e.g. colds/influenza 
  • Sudden, intense fear.      
  • Panic attacks after a frightful experience, possibly with palpitations – e.g. after car accident     
  • Symptoms caused by fright or mental shock
  • Better for rest & fresh air.   Worse for touch.
  • Mind  - Great fear, anxiety, and worry accompany every ailment, however trivial. 
  • Characterised by extreme restlessness and fear
  • May specifically have an unfounded fear of death.
  • Dry. hot skin. Symptoms worse evening / around midnight. Thirsty for cold drinks.
  • May say everything tastes bitter, except water.
  • Physical and mental restlessness, fright, is the most characteristic manifestation of Aconite.
  • Acute, sudden, and violent invasion, with fever need this remedy
  • A state of fear, anxiety; anguish of mind and body.
  • Physical and mental restlessness, fright, is the most characteristic manifestation of Aconite.
  • Sudden and great sinking of strength. 
  • First remedy in inflammations, inflammatory fevers.
  • Tension of arteries; emotional and physical mental tension explain many symptoms. 
  • Its sphere is in the beginning of an acute disease and not to be continued after pathological change comes.  
  • Influenza (at beginning) 

HOW TO TAKE– Give 30C potency – 1 dose – repeat once if necessary. Alternatively give 1 dose of Aconite 200C - & another possibly the following day if necessary