Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies
Monkshood, without dust, wolf bane, vettumaran, adhivishum, valsanabhi
Plant contains terpens, aconitine, pseudo-aconitine, aconine, pseudo-aconine, picraconitine, aconitic acid, sugar, fat, resin, and calcium; root
Aconitum is nerve depressant.
It is cardiac depressant and hypotensive.
It is medicine in pain, over excitement and anger.
It is absorbed through skin.
It is respiratory stimulant. It increases skin and renal circulation.
It is an effective medicine in fever with tachycardia and early stage of inflammation in sthenic individual (bryonia).
It is medicine in muscle stiffness in sthenic individual.
It promotes heat loss in high fever.
It prevents suppuration of wound.
It is not helpful in sepsis and blood poisoning.
It increases mucus secretions. Therefore, it is remedy in productive bronchitis and tonsillitis.
It is remedy in fear, painlessness, numbness and cardiac failure.
It is remedy in fever with hyperhidrosis, urticaria and polyuria.
It is remedy in amenorrhea with pelvis congestion due to cold.
It is a stimulant remedy in muscular weakness, slow pulse and cold skin in cholera.
It has some estrogenic property. Therefore, it is helpful in alopecia and rheumatic arthritis.
Toxic symptoms are numbness and tingling sensation in the tongue and lips; muscle weakness, slow pulse and low temperature due to spinal depression.
Stimulants like alcohol, capsicum in hot tea, ammonia, amyle nitrate, strophanthus etc antidote aconitum.
It had used for euthanasia in old and infirm man in Greek islands.
It was used as arrow poison and wolf bane adding with meat.
Dose: 1 to 3 drops
Medicines sometimes cures, often relives, but always consoles
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