Viola Odorata - RelationshipsViol Odor, Violet, Viol-o.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Viola Odorata in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: Ulmus (formication in feet, numb, creeping pain in legs and feet; rheumatic pains above wrists; numbness, tingling, and full soreness where gastrocnemius gives off its tendon); Chenopodium (ears; serous or bloody effusion in the labyrinth; chronic otitis media; progressive deafness to the voice, but sensitive to sounds of passing vehicles and other sounds; buzzing; absent or deficient bone conduction; a consciousness of the ear; hearing better for shrill, high-pitched sounds than for low ones); Aurum Metallicum Aur; Pulsatilla Puls; Sepia Sep; Ignatia Ign; Cina Cina; Cauloph (in rheumatism of small joints).
Compare Pain in right wrist, Act. spi., Bryonia Bry. Ropy sputa, Kali Bich K. bi.. Weakness of muscles of neck, Ver., Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. t. agg. Music, Nux Vomica Nux, Sepia Sep., Acid Phos Ph. ac., Aconite Aco., Natrum Carbonicum Nat. c., Pulsatilla Puls. Teste puts Viola in the Chelidonium Majus Chelidonium group, and finds a striking analogy between these two remedies. Causation.
Related Pulsatilla Pul