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Feel worse if you move? This multipurpose remedy relieves conditions like muscle pain or the flu that are exacerbated by movement.
Used as both a pill and a cream, arnica is one of the best-known homeopathic remedies, reducing pain and tissue damage from injuries.
Given to adults or youngsters whose acute pain is triggering anger, this soothing treatment is also useful for teething children.
A remedy that soothes eye irritation associated with allergies when tears have a burning sensation and eyes are unduly sensitive to light.
Reduces nerve pain after injury—useful for fingers slammed in doors, bruises that are especially tender, or aches after a visit to the dentist.
Broken hearts, take note: Some preparations target emotions; ignatia is prescribed for lingering grief related to loss or disappointment in love.
Certain extracts of this plant cause vomiting, so the remedy made from it treats sicknesses marked by nausea that are not relieved by throwing up.
A remedy derived from an animal poison that relieves hot flashes associated with menopause, as well as ailments like sore throat.
This versatile remedy is a go-to for conditions causing a person to feel irritable, aggrieved, or oversensitive to noise and sensory sensations.
A popular product in Europe, this flu fighter derived from duck liver and heart extracts can expedite recovery time when taken at the first sign of symptoms.
For sprains and rheumatic pain, especially when pain is worse after rest but better following movement. Also used to relieve poison ivy symptoms.
Think sports medicine: This is taken to soothe bruised muscles and restore tendons after injury and illness. It helps tennis elbow and wrist problems.
This remedy developed by Samuel Hahnemann supports the body in recovering from surgical wounds and reduces post-operative pain.
Someone who is worn out or anxious may find this treatment helpful for calming the mind and restoring the body’s vitality.