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- 05/12/2015 at 6:53 pm #4277tonyParticipant
What are the main uses of Ceanothus Americanus in Homeopathy? Give clinical indications for the use of Ceanothus Americanus as a homeopathic remedy.
- 07/12/2015 at 6:02 pm #4279Aditya SardanaKeymaster
The homeopathic remedy – Ceanothus Americanus – is obtained from the shrub Ceanothus americanus belonging to the Buckthorn Family (Rhamnaceae). This plant is also known as New Jersey tea or Red-root.
In Homeopathy, Ceanothus Americanus (Cean.) is employed in the treatment of diseases of the spleen as it has special affinity for spleen. Main clinical indications for Ceanothus Americanus as a homeopathic remedy include the enlargement of spleen (splenomegaly), inflammation of spleen (splenitis), pain in the left hypochondrium due to diseased spleen, intermittent fever, diarrhea, leucorrhea, menses too early and profuse, shivering with chilliness down the back, etc.
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