Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Millefolium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: Ficus Venosa (pakur.) Hemorrhage from bowels and lungs. Acalypha Indica Acalypha and Helix tosta - Snail (in hemoptysis, diseases of chest, consumption); also, Secale Cornutum Secale; Ipecacuanha Ipec.; Erech.; Geranium Maculatum Geran.; Hamamelis Virginica Hamam.
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Compare: Sanguisorba (Venous congestion and passive hemorrhages; varices of lower extremities; dysentery. Long lasting, profuse menses with congestion to head and limbs in sensitive, irritable patients. Climacteric hemorrhages. Use 2x attenuation.) Sanguisuga - The leech - (Hemorrhages, especially bleeding from anus. Use 6X). rosmarinus (menses too early; violent pains followed by uterine hemorrhage. Head heavy, Drowsy. Chilly with icy coldness of lower extremities without thirst, followed by heat. Memory deficient). Crocus Sativus Croc.; Calc Carb Calc.; Trillium Pendulum Trill.; Ipecacuanha Ipec.; Millefolium Mille.; Erigeron Canadense Erig.