Eupatorium Perfoliatum - Uses, Symptoms, Side Effects, Indications

Eupatorium Perfoliatum (Boneset) Homeopathic Remedy Overview

The waterdost is a perennial comfrey, which is mainly located in different parts of the United States of America. It requires moist soil and therefore occurs at creek, river and lake banks, in wetlands and wet meadows or forest lightings.

Euphatorium perfoliatum, the water hemp or waterdost, is used in homeopathy for flu and colds. This is why Eupatorium perfoliatum is found in many finished homeopathic remedies.

Eupatorium perfoliatum also helps with bones and back pain, such as occur in flu or fever. Those affected, to whom this remedy fits, feel as if smashed. They are often thirsty and want to ice cold drinks.

Overview for Eupatorium perfoliatum

  • How often used: Frequently
  • Abbreviation: Eup-Per
  • German name: Waterdrops , water marsh
  • Other names: Blauwetterkühl, Grundheil, Lämmerschwanz, Kunigundenkraut
  • Type of substance: Vegetable
  • Typical potencies D3 - D12

Typical Symptoms (Lead Symptoms) of Eupatorium Perfoliatum

  • The affected person has severe pain in the limbs, the bones, the muscles and the chest.
  • The affected person has hot flashes to the head with a red, heated face.
  • The affected person has a frosty feeling in the morning, which is replaced by heat during the day. 
  • The affected person has a gripped infection with headaches, fever and a feeling of shattering.
  • The affected person feels like beaten, battered.
  • The symptoms occur according to cold, wind and moisture.
  • The affected person has a painful chest.
  • The affected person has to hold his chest while coughing.
  • The person affected is sick, must vomit gallily.
  • The affected person has strong throbbing headaches.
  • The affected person has very painful eyeballs.
  • The affected person has the fever, which frequently rises in the morning.
  • The affected person has chills before the fever and great thirst, relief by sweating.
  • The affected person would like to ice cold drinks.
  • The affected person feels a shattering sensation and pain in the limbs and the back. 
  • The affected person has the fever and chills often morning from 7 to 9 o'clock, to nausea.
  • The affected person has a periodic headache.
  • The affected person has a headache during or after fever.
  • The affected person has bone pain before and during the fever surgeon.
  • The person concerned has an insatiable thirst before and during chills and fever.
  • The affected person has a raw, painful cough.
  • The affected person is restless and complains of intense pain, the pain can be felt in the bones.

Areas of application of Eupatorium perfoliatum

  • Small and school children, cold
  • Jet tired muscles tired stiff bones
  • Vomiting
  • Catarrh coryza
  • Flu Headache Headache Cough
  • Flu
  • Migraine
  • Cough with cold with bone pain
  • Influenza and flu-like febrile diseases
  • Fever rheumatic hypothermia
  • Fever with colds
  • Bone pain
  • Acute gastritis in febrile infections
  • Bubble
  • Nasal sinusitis Sneezing fever especially in the morning
  • Eye pain
  • Febrile cold
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Atembfewerden
  • Ulcers
  • Stimulus
  • Headache
  • Colds
  • Breast pain
  • Catarrhal influenza infections
  • Grippal infection
  • Headaches
  • Bronchitis
  • Bruising
  • Muscle pain
  • Flu Tiredness Tiredness Boredom Bone ache
  • Coryza with headache pain flu
  • Hoarseness In the morning with cold
  • Joint pain
  • stomach
  • Defensiveness
The suffering is improved by:-
  • conversations
  • In the flat
  • sweat
The suffering is worsened by:-
  • Cold air
  • In the morning
  • Move
  • In the morning
  • fresh air

Side Effects of Eupatorium Perfoliatum

Liver disease:- Eupatorium Perfoliatum contains chemicals named hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids. These chemicals might harm the liver, making existing liver disease worse.

Allergy to ragweed and related plants:- Eupatorium Perfoliatum  may cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to plants in the Asteraceae/Compositae family. Members of this family include ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and many others. If you have allergies, be sure to check with your healthcare provider before taking  this homeopathic remedy.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding:- Because Eupatorium Perfoliatum may contain liver-damaging chemicals called pyrrolizidine alkaloids, it is considered not safe. Don’t use it if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

Homeopathic Indications of Eupatorium Perfoliatum

Small and school children, cold:-
  • The affected child suffers from a shattering sensation. 
  • It has muscle and bone pain, back pain and headache. 
  • The child has painful eyeballs. 
  • The affected person has a yellow tongue and a bitter taste. 
  • He has a great thirst. 
  • There is vomiting. 
  • The affected child has a hoarseness and a cough with pain in the chest. 
  • It has a fever. 
  • A sweat erupts all symptoms except headaches.
  • Improve the complaints: Improvement through entertainment and sweating.
  • Aggravation of the symptoms: Worsening periodically.
  • Eupatorium perfoliatum D 6: One tablet or three globules per hour, less frequently.
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