Hedera HelixCommon Ivy, Hedera, Hedra Helix, Hede.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hedera Helix in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Delirium and chronic convulsions. Chronic hydrocephalus Rhinorrhoea, cerebro-spinalis. Cataract. Acts on blood vessels, menorrhagia. Inter cranial pressure. Mental depression and skin irritation antidoted by Gunpowder.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Hedera Helix
Gins > relationships
Compare: Aral.; Coca. Hedera - Ivy - mental depression and skin irritation antidoted by Gunpowder.
Hedeo > relationships
Compare; Mentha; Sepia; Lilium; Ocimum (uric acid diathesis, pain in ureters. Hedera Helix - Common Ivy - (Delirium and chronic convulsions. Chronic hydrocephalus Rhinorrhoea, cerebro-spinalis. Cataract. Acts on blood vessels, menorrhagia.) Glechoma Hederacea - Ground Ivy - (Hemorrhoids with Rectal irritation and bleeding. Diarrhoea. Anus feels raw and sore. Cough with laryngeal and tracheal irritation. Glandula sub-mentalis inflamed.)
Visc > relationships
Compare: Secale; Convallar.; Bry.; Puls.; Rhodod. guipsine - active principle - (exalts the hypotensive properties of Viscum). Hedera Helix - Ivy - (Inter cranial pressure).
Gun > general
Abscesses. Acne. Bites. Blood-poisoning. Boils. Carbuncles. Cuts, poisoned. Ivy (Hedera) poisoning. Osteo-myelitis. Tonsillitis, septic. Vaccinosis. Worms.
Aral > relationships
Compare Botanical relations, Ginseng., Hedera helix; Calc. (turning on one side, symptoms go to that side, relieving opposite side); Rumex c. (cough at 11 p.m.); Chlorum (opp. of Aral.)
Gins > relationships
Compare Aralia rac., Hedera, Coca. In "Drowsiness with headache" Brucea, Herac., Gels., Nat. sul., Nux mos., and Sul. In dry lips, Bry.
Acon > head
Inter cranial pressure ( Hedera Helix.) Burning headache, as if brain were moved by boiling water (Indigo.)
Arum-i > chest
In the afternoon, coldness and passing shiverings, especially down the back, followed in the evening by redness of the face, general heat, and accelerated pulse, and at night by very copious sweats, especially on the chest, having an odor resembling that of Hedera helix (ivy), when rubbed between the fingers.