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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ledum Palustre in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
1, Hahnemann, Mat. Med., 4, 176; 2, Franz, ibid.; 3, Becher, ibid.; 4, Hermann, ibid.; 5, Langhammer, ibid.; 6, Teuthorn, ibid.; 7, Walther, ibid.; 8, Linnaeus, Flora Lapponica, p. 121, ibid.; 9, Pallas, Flora Rossica, 1, part 2, p. 94, ibid.; 10, Lembke, provings with tinct., repeated doses of 5 to 80 drops, A. H. Z., 39, p. 323 (1848); 11, same, provings with tinct., doses 10 to 30 drops, symptoms observed three weeks after last dose, and probably would have continued longer, but for taking Camphora camphor (not affected by coffee, wine, or beer), N. Z. f. H. Kl., 1865; 12, Dr. A. Lippe, new symptoms occurring after L. 2c (Jen.), in a patient with rheumatic pains in the feet, etc., Am. J. Hom. Mat. Med., 4, 96; 13, Dr. L. Salzer, effects of wash of 10 drops of tincture in 4 ounces of water, used for prickly heat, Calcutta J. of Med., 2, p. 292 (Raue's Rec., 1875, 295); 14, Berridge, effects of 1300 (Jen.), taken for injury to palmar tendons, A. J. of Hom. Mat. Med, 9, p. 261, 1876.
Ledum palustre, Linn.
Natural order, Ericaceae.
Common names, (Geranium Maculatum Ger.), Sumpf-Porst, or Porst.
Preparation, Tincture of the dried herb.≡ more ...