Latin Name: Lachesis Mutus
Common Name: bushmaster, surukuku
Description: Used for boils and absesses, purplish skin discoloration, hemorrhages, frost bite, inflammed eye lids, sore throat, varicose veins, irregular pulse, angina, and difficulty breathing. This remedy is commonly used to treat hot flashes during menopause, premenstrual syndrome, nervous disorders, nosebleeds, headaches (left sided), fever, hemorrhoids, ulcers and other gastrointestinal complaints. Symptoms are worse from hot drinks, warm baths, and sleep (Lockie 78, Jonas 260).
Latin Name: Ledum Palustre
Common Name: marsh tea, wild rosemary
Description: Used for falls and bruises, puncture wounds, black eyes and other eye injuries, stings, rheumatic pain, sprains and strains, swollen extremeties, or face, or stiff tendons. Symptoms are better with cold compress, and worse at night with warmth (Lockie 105, Jonas 261).
Latin Name: Lycopodium Clavatum
Common Name: club moss, wolfsclaw, running pine, stag's horn moss
Description: Used for constipation in babies, earaches, gas, heartburn, and indigestion, nausea, hemorrhoids, enlarged prostate, reddish urine, increase libido, sore throat, dry coughs, fatigue, hair loss, psoriasis, nervousness, headaches, right side symptoms. Often used for people who are melancholy, sensitive, and crave sweats. Symptoms are better with hot food or drinks and at night (Lockie 60, Jonas 261).