Homeopathy for the Heart

Compilation of some of the most important of homeopathy remedies for heart disease and its symptoms (palpitations, slow pulse, hypotension, palpitations, stitches in the heart, anxiety, violent heartbeat, heart pain, weak heart, heart with rheumatism, breathlessness, pounding, etc.)..

Any symptoms see a homeopath or health professional so you can identify what the appropriate remedy, according to their symptomatology, as homeopathy does not remember the sick and cure diseases, but each patient is unique.


Homeopathic remedies for the heart
Digitalinum
() The site of action more important is the heart Digitalinum. In severe heart disease or where there is intense tachycardia (sinus or ventricular origin) or severe bradycardia (by inhibition atrioventricular), irregular pulse (bigeminy, extrasystoles banal, arrhythmia franca), hypotension, devoicing of heart sounds and chest pain. The electrocardiographic changes of intoxication (and uitilizables, therefore, to compare with the present heart disease) are extremely slow pulse or with extremely rapid, T wave flattening and decline in the 3-lead ST (Vandeprote). Marked sensation as if heart would stop if the patient moves. Indicated in the overloaded heart, forced. Feeling of anxiety with trembling and chest as if to stop the evening sitting. Points to each pulsation. Precordial palpitations with jabs while walking. Violent palpitations and pains, worse lying on left side. Tumultuous and irregular heart action. Pulse small, almost imperceptible, with strong heart action, pounding.

Digitalis
() The main focus of action of Digitalis is the heart. All heart disease, if the characteristic symptoms are present (especially the pulse [see 9]) can be positively affected by this drug. Sensation as if the heart had stopped beating or not to stop abruptly, dogfish to make a move, needing to hold your breath. Violent heartbeat, but not very fast. Hiposistolia and asystole, heart weakened, with great diminution of their forces, even without valvular lesions. The minor muscular exertion difficult and laborious and makes intermittent cardiac work, especially vigorous shake and your arms up, and lying on the left side. Generalized edema, anasarca great, with cold extremities, and cyanotic and faint feeling chest. Angina pectoris. Sudden violent throbbing rhythm altered sensation of imminent death with terror and anxiety, worse from least motion, with pain throughout the left upper limb, with tingling to the fingers, very sharp point every 15 minutes. Anxiety chest pain and palpitations, but sometimes without any apparent reason. Strong heartbeat, palpitations violent, audible, constrictive retrosternal pain. Palpitations: for penalties; ascending; by movements, especially of the arms from emotion; strain, with anxiety; stationary with roll over in bed. Valvular ventricular dilatation, with great dyspnoea and anasarca. Cardiac hypertrophy. Heart murmurs. Mitral regurgitation. Rheumatic heart with irregular pulse. Cyanotic children with fainting by the slightest change of position, vomiting and very slow. Cyanosis in the chest. Hydropericardium. Endocarditis, myocarditis, pericarditis.

Cactus grandiflorus
() The basic scope of Cactus is centered on the heart. Practically can act with benefit in all kinds of heart disease, both organic and functional, when present with severe pain, constricting, chest, feeling as if his heart out or grabbed or squeezed tight, and loosen tight or alternatively by a hand or iron grip that prevents their normal movements, as if bound, as if it had no place to beat. Angina pectoris with pain radiating to claw left upper limb to the tips of the fingers, with numbness of left upper limb and stinging pain in his little finger. Corazon smoking (one treatment par excellence). Endocarditis, pericarditis. Cardiac hypertrophy, heart forced young abusers in sports. Valvular lesions; murmurs: aortic and mitral insufficiency, cardiac hypertrophy and dilatation, aneurysm of the heart and great arteries. Rheumatic heart disease. Weak heart in arteriosclerosis. Cactus in heart disease often coexist typical chest pain, dyspnea and oppression characteristic (see 25), the left upper limb numbness, edema of the left hand and palpitations. Violent palpitation, continuous, worse at night, lying in the left side, efforts, emotions, unrequited love, before or during menstruation, by climbing stairs, walking or mental strain, with epistaxis. Dyspnea, pain and palpitations are worse and can not lie on the left side. Cardiac neurosis. Hypotension, weak pulse.
() The most characteristic symptom of Cactus is the feeling of constriction, which is usually a contraction pathophysiological basis of circular smooth muscle. This constriction may feel like a band or belt, for a string or as a hand or claw of iron, and is manifested, among other organs, throat, chest, heart, abdomen, bladder, vagina, and rectum, often caused or aggravated by the slightest touch.

Cereus bonplandii
() The heart is the primary site of action of Cereus. Cardiac symptoms are worse lying on left side. Smarting chest to back. Transfixiante pain, like an arrow through the left pectoralis major muscle and chest, can not breathe, and accompanied by a feeling of heaviness at the heart. Convulsive precordial pains at night at bedtime. Sensation of a large rock placed in the precordial region and immediately feels as if it would break there. Irritable heart. Heart diseases. Corazon forced. Cardiac hypertrophy. Endocarditis.

Crataegus
() Is a cardiac drug par excellence. "Hawthorn is the most positive approach to a cardiac tonic that I know" (Clarke). Excites moderately the myocardium, but obviously very prolonged use could reduce heart tone and weaken their action, but has no action or is a cumulative toxic infarction, as Digitalis. Is given in doses of 5 to 15 drops of tincture, one to four times per day to achieve results.
Wright Hubbard recommends 2 drops of water, twice a day, especially "when there is more pathology than vitality, which may begin with the case better than high power, but then follow this". Anschutz presents 43 cases of heart disease of any kind, fully recovered with tincture of Crataegus, which improves the tone heart and appetite, producing great sense of well being and quiet, the best dose is 10 to 15 drops after meals (as Otherwise, you can cause nausea), 3 times per day for a month, stay one to two weeks and take another month, so about 3 months, then, will continue only if there is chest pain or dyspnea. It is useful at the start of consecutive cardiac damage rheumatism.

Iberis
() The heart is the site of action of Iberis maxima, with a very characteristic sensation of being aware of the activity of your heart. Erethism heart. Palpitations visible across the chest, appearing for the least effort (or laughing or coughing) or by walking or climbing stairs, and improve sitting still, it is accompanied by vertigo, breathlessness, hot and red face, red eyes, headache, with tickling and numbness starting in the fingers of the left hand, which extends to the whole arm, with dull pain in it. Interrupted or intermittent pulse every third beat, or double clicks, or first weak and small, then full and strong.

Intense pain at the base of the heart with dull pain and heaviness in the left upper limb, and tingling and numbness in the fingertips. Sense of weight and chest pressure, with sharp pain from front to back, or pass through the heart of night in bed, worse lying on left side, but not better in any position. Dolores as if needles pierced into the ventricles, which prick each contraction. Cardiac hypertrophy. In the heart full of pulse full and rapid, with erethism heart. Fullness cardiac and thoracic, dyspnea, cardiac pressing or stabbing pains, palpitations and full and rapid pulse. Bradycardia. Cardiopatia post flu.

Kalmia latifolia
() The heart is the most important field of action of Kalmia. In cardiopathies that appear after an alternating with rheumatism or.
Rheumatic endocarditis (or not) with consequent cardiac hypertrophy and valvular disease, with blows, with paroxysms of anxiety chest.
Acute pericarditis, myocarditis. Aortic narrowness. Palpitations: worse tomorrow, with anxiety worse by efforts (even mentally), lying on the left side or sitting leaning forward, better sitting upright or lying on his back, are tumultuous and violent, with sensation of dyspnea and desmavo or during the right facial neuralgia: sometimes with pressure from the epigastrium to the heart, with violent throbbing as if his heart would burst, and feels up in the throat. Chest pain, particularly rheumatic and erratic, ranging from the left upper limb to the hand. Angina pectoris. Stabbing pain from the heart to the left shoulder blade, with pounding. Faint or weak pulse, irregular and slow, or too slow (35 to 40 beats per minute), with pale face and cold extremities, and sometimes the 3rd

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