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Hmedicine Materia Medica

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Hmedicine Materia Medica compiled by Ayan Kayal, Yale University

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Latin Name: Sabina
Common Name: savin juniper
Description: Used for hemorrhage of the uterus or a threatened abortion. This remedy may not prevent abortion, but will improve the conditions of the patient. This product is also used for menstrual cramps and heavy menstrual flow (Panos 81).

Latin Name: Sanguinaria Canadensis
Common Name: Blood Root
Description: A homeopathic ingredient that favorably influences burning, soreness and itching associated with hemorrhoids.

Latin Name: Sepia
Common Name: cuttlefish ink, cuttlefish
Description: Used for slowness, dullness, pale skin, exhaustion, hair loss, morning sickness, post-partum depression, and vaginal infection and other gynelogical complaints. Symptoms are worse before noon, and better after exercise (Lockie 70, Jonas 264).

Latin Name: Silicea
Common Name: silica, quartz, rock crystal, pure flint
Description: Used for poor stamina, weakness, inflammation of glands, chronic discharges, uncharacteristic odor emanating from feet, sensitivity to senses, boils and abcesses, earaches, splinters, and inflamed eyelids. Symptoms are worse in cold air and better with warmth. People who require this remedy may exhibit mental exhaustion, nervousness, and excitability (Jonas 264, Lockie 72).

Latin Name: Solidago Virgaurea
Common Name: Goldenrod
Description: A homeopathic ingredient that favorably influences bitter tastes in the mouth. It is also indicated for sensation of pain and deep pressure in the abdomen and for relief of flatulent distension.

Latin Name: Spongia Tosta
Common Name: toasted sponge, sponge
Description: Used for dry coughs, asthma, heart disease, exhaustion, chest pains, and suffocation during sleep. It is particularly useful when a family has a history of tuberculosis or chest conditions. People who need this remedy may also fear suffocation. Symptoms are better when sitting up, and worse with movement (Lockie 146, Jonas 264).

Latin Name: Staphysagria
Common Name: stave sacre, palmated larkspur
Description: Used for neuralgia, teething problems, cystitis, inflamed eyelids, and headaches with pressure on forehead. It is also used for women who experience pain during sexual intercourse. Symptoms are often better with warmth and worse when emotions are suppressed. People who may need this remedy may have violent outbursts, suppressed emotions, irritability, and be easily fatigued (Lockie 126, Jonas 264).

Latin Name: Sterculia Acuminata
Common Name: Kola Nut
Description: A homeopathic ingredient that helps improve digestion. It helps you engage in prolonged physical exertion without feeling fatigued.

Latin Name: Sulphur
Common Name: Sulfur, flowers of sulfur, brimstone
Description: Used for skin conditions such as eczema, candidiasis, or diaper rash. This remedy also treats digestive complaints, mental stress, gynelogical complaints, fatigue, forgetfulness, depression, insomnia due to nightmares, chicken pox, diarrhea in children, earaches, gastroenteritis, hemorrhoids, pinkeye, and profuse offensive perspiration. Symptoms are often worse with rest and better with open air. People who require this remedy may be lazy, selfish, occupied, and have difficulty thinking (Lockie 76, Jonas 265).

Latin Name: Sulphur Iodatum
Common Name: sulfur iodide
Description: Used for skin conditions such as eczema, candidiasis, or diaper rash. This remedy also treats digestive complaints, mental stress, gynelogical complaints, fatigue, forgetfulness, depression, insomnia due to nightmares, chicken pox, diarrhea in children, earaches, gastroenteritis, hemorrhoids, pinkeye, and profuse offensive perspiration. Symptoms are often worse with rest and better with open air. People who require this remedy may be lazy, selfish, occupied, and have difficulty thinking (Lockie 76, Jonas 265).

Latin Name: Symphytum Officinale
Common Name: comfrey
Description: Used for prickling pains, black eyes, and fractures. This remedy acts on bones, joints, and tendons (Jonas 265).

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