Calcarea Carbonica

The source of this remedy is the mother-of-pearl in oyster shells. Mother-of-pearl was commonly used for its beauty to adorn combs and the backs of hairbrushes. In homeopathy, it also has wide-ranging uses but is most often used for problems relating to the teeth and bones. it is particularly good for broken bones wich slow to heal. a backache, […]

Argentum Nitricum

Art. Nit. Argentum Nitricum   Silver nitrate, the source of this remedy, was given the names “hell stone” od “devils stone” because of its corrosive effect. Silver nitrate is extracted from the mineral acanthite, the main ore of silver, and is produced mainly in the U.S., South America, and Norway. In the past, due to […]


  Apis Apis Mellifica The bee is known for its unique ability to produce honey and for its sting. Bee produces – honey, beewax, propolis (resin used in the building of hives), and royal jelly (feed to queen bees) – are used in complementary medicine. In homeopathy, Apis is used to treat stinging pain and […]


Ant. Tart. Antimonium tartaricum   Antimony potassium tartrate is a poisonous crystalline salt which has no color or odor and is used to fix for leather and textiles, and insecticides. In the past, it was used in conventional medicine as an emetic, and as an expectorant. Homeopathically, it is used to treat gastric disorders and […]

Anacard Or.

Anacard. Or. Anacardium Orientale   Grow in the East Indies; the Hindus use the acrid black juice of this nut to burn away moles, warts and other skin complaints. They also use it, mixed with ink, to make on linen. The Arabs used the juice for a number of conditions, such as mental illness, memory […]

Alium Cepa

    Allium Allium cepa The onion, grow worldwide, has been used across many continents and by many religions for its healing properties. The whole red onion bulb is used, and its potent oil stimulates the tear glands and nasal mucous membranes, causing the eyes and nose to water. In homeopathy, it is used to […]


Aconite Aconitum Napellus This deadly plant has been used for its poison for centuries. Saxon hunters dipped the tips of their arrows into its juice before hunting wolves, giving it one of its common names, wolfsbane – although its original title comes from the Latin word acon, meaning dart. It is grown in the European […]