Trillium PendulumWhite Beth-root, Trill, Trillium
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 Trillium Pendulum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
A general hemorrhagic medicine, With great faintness and Dizziness. Chronic diarrhoea of bloody mucus. Uterine hemorrhage. Threatened abortion. Relaxation of pelvic region. Cramp-like pains. Phthisis with purulent and copious expectoration and spitting of blood.
Tincture and lower potencies.
Compare: Trillium Pendulum Cernuum (eye symptoms), everything looks bluish; greasy feeling in mouth); Ficus (hemorrhages; menorrhagia, hematuria, epistaxis, hematemesis, bleeding piles); Sanguisuga - Leech - (hemorrhages; bleeding from anus). Ipec.; Sab.; Lach.; Hamam.
Pain in forehead; worse, noise
Confused; eyeballs feel too large
Vision blurred; everything looks bluish≡ more ...
Cough, with spitting of blood
Copious, purulent expectoration
Aching at end of sternum
Suffocative attack of irregular breathing with sneezing
Shooting pains through chest.≡ more ...
Stomach; Heat and burning stomach rising up in oesophagus
Pain; dragging, bearing down; walking≡ more ...
Female; Uterine hemorrhages, With sensation as though hips and back were falling to pieces; better tight bandages
Gushing of bright blood on least movement
Lochia suddenly becomes sanguinous
Dribbling of urine after labor.
Female; metrorrhagia (non-menstrual bleeding)≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.