Epigea Repens - General symptomsTrailing Arbutus, Epigea, Epigaea Repens, Epig.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Epigea Repens in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Chronic cystitis, with Dysuria; tenesmus after micturition; Mucopus and uric-acid deposit, gravel, renal calculi. Fine sand in urine of a Brown color. Burning in neck of bladder while urinating and tenesmus afterward. Pyelitis, incontinence of urine. Croaking noise and rumbling in bowels.
Trailing Arbutus. N. O. Ericaceae. Tincture of fresh leaves.
Tincture in 5-drop doses every three hours.
Calculi, urinary. Dysuria. Gravel. Strangury.
Hale mentions Epigea as having been a popular remedy in renal calculi throughout the United States ever since the settlement. "It has been successful in removing dysuria and strangury as well as urinary tenesmus." Hale once gave to a patient who had a bloody muco-purulent sediment in the urine with intense dysuria, ten drops of the tincture six times a day. A copious deposit of fine brown sand was observed and all symptoms were relieved.