Cochlearia ArmoraciaArmoracia Sativa, Horse-radish, Cochlearia
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Cochlearia Armoracia in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Frontal bone and sinus, antrum and salivary glands are specifically affected by this drug. Bloated sensation. Raises vital forces. Used as a gargle in scorbutic gums and sore throat. Hoarseness and in relaxed conditions of the fauces. Internally in gonorrhoea. Useful as a condiment in enfeebled states of the stomach. An infusion of the root in cider, for dropsy, causes copious diuresis. Locally cures dandruff.
First to third attenuation.
Thinking is difficult
Anxiety, driven to despair by pain
Pressing, boring pain as if frontal bone would fall out
Violent headache with vomiting
Impaired hearing.≡ more ...
Sore and scrofulous; traumatic inflammation of eyes, cataract
Copious running from eyes.≡ more ...
Dry, hacking, laryngeal cough, also post-influenza cough, dry or loose, worse lying down
Chest painful to touch
Coryza, with hoarseness
Oedema of lungs
Throat feels rough and hoarse.
Burning and cutting at glans penis before, during, and after urination
Frequent urination.≡ more ...
Pain in back as from incarcerated flatulence From abdomen through to back and down into sacrum.≡ more ...
Stomach; Pain towards back; worse, pressure on dorsal vertebrae
Belching and cramps
Colic with backache
Violent cramp from stomach through both sides around to back
Gripping around navel.≡ more ...
Urethra (urinary part of genitals); discharge; gonorrhoea
Urethra (urinary part of genitals); discharge; gonorrhoea; chronic≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.