Basic homeopathic medicines to cure and relieve common ailments and first aid treatment.

To get started and use homeopathic medicines is fundamental to bear in mind the following considerations:
The homeopathic medicines are available in health food stores and in virtually every pharmacy. The homeopathic remedies , if stored properly, will last indefinitely. Simply open the jar is needed for the shortest possible time. Tablets should not be reintroduced into the bottles after they are removed from them. The tablets should never be touched except by the patient just before taking them, should not be swallowed, or chewed, but allowed to dissolve under the tongue. No matter what time of day you take the tablet, but should not have eaten anything by mouth half an hour before or half hour later. Medications must be kept out of direct sunlight in a cool dark place, storing them in bottles clearly labeled.


Homeopathic first aid kit

Below are the most common remedies used for healing and relief of all types of injury. The essential remedy for accidents and injuries is Arnica (Flower Mountain) is one of the most used drugs in homeopathy. Is required for many cases of physical injury on any body part, from simple bruises to severe trauma to the corresponding shock. For injuries and accidents such as bites, stings and burns is customary to use Bryonia (White Walnut), usually for broken bones or sprains. The Marigold is the main remedy for skin injuries such as scratches, cuts or any kind of skin problems. Hypericum (St. John’s Wort) is an herb that grows wild and in gardens. Fits for puncture wounds and bleeding. Cantharis (Cantarida), taken in tablet form, is the usual remedy for severe burns with blistering or deeper damage.

Homeopathic first aid kit for common diseases

For the use of remedies that treat common conditions Acute must consider the physical and psychological condition of the patient. It is very important to consider the general state of the patient presents and find a similarity between the characteristics of the patient and the medication or remedy to be used.
Aconite (Aconitum) is one of the most common remedies used to treat infections and childhood diseases.
Antimonium Tartaricum (antimony tartrate), made from black antimony is essential for the treatment of respiratory and digestive problems. Apis (honey bee, Apis mellifica) is a remedy made from honey bees, therefore, cure diseases whose symptoms are similar to the effects of a bee sting, such as hives, measles, or cystitis. Belladonna (Belladonna) is one of the most used drugs for childhood illnesses. It is ideal to reduce fever and all kinds of inflammations and infections. Chamomilla (Chamomile) is perhaps the most widely used remedy, especially to alleviate common ailments of infants. Tabacum is a remedy used to treat some cases of dizziness due to travel or nausea during pregnancy.

Evaluation of homeopathic treatment

Although homeopathic medicines can be administered easily without requiring a prescription from a specialist, it is essential and necessary to see a homeopathic doctor to inform the patient adequately about the use of homeopathic remedies in each case and will continue throughout the healing process.
It should be borne in mind that cure acts from inside the body out, so that it may take some time to solve the main problem. A good homeopathic treatment can transform the health and life of a person, but may take some time.