Latin Name: Ratanhia
Common Name: Krameria
Description: A homeopathic ingredient that relieves the pain experienced immediately after bowel movements. Influences the urgent need to evacuate, as well as the swelling of hemorrhoidal tissue.
Latin Name: Rhus Toxicodendron
Common Name: poison ivy, poison oak
Description: Used for restlessness, bruised pains, burning discharges, extreme thirst, ailments of skin and joints, sciatica, sharp back pains, chicken pox, herpetic skin eruptions, influenza, skin rashes, sore throat, and neck stiffness. Those who may require this remedy may exhibit extreme restlessness, indifference, and sadness. Symptoms are often better with warmth and walking, and worse at night during sleep (Jonas 263, Lockie 108).
Latin Name: Rumex Crispus
Common Name: yellow dock
Description: Used for dry mucous membranes, intense itching, excess mucous flow, swollen glands, migratory pains, and coughs. People who may require this remedy may avoid work, display low spirits, and be irritable. Symptoms are better with warmth, and worse in the evening (Jonas 263).
Latin Name: Ruta Graveolens
Common Name: rue, bitter herb, herb-of-grace
Description: Used for tendon, bone, and joint pain, strained muscles and tendons, weakness, burning, stinging pains, eye injuries, sciatica, sharp back spasms, ganglion cysts, tennis elbow, eyestrain, and bruises due to falls or blows (Lockie 109, Jonas 263).