Aconitum napellus

Aconitum napellus: Overview

Alternative Names: Monk's-hood, aconite, wolfsbane, fuzi, monk's blood

This popular plant is one of the most poisonous plants in the garden, and has been used for making poisoned arrows.  However, as a Homeopathic remedy it poses no danger; Homeopathy is unique in turning poisonous and toxic substances into safe medicines.

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Why it is Recommended

As a poison, aconite's acts very quickly on the body.  Treating with the homeopathic principle of "similar with similar", aconite is often used in treating sudden symptoms.  It is an excellent remedy for:

  • sudden illness
  • aches
  • colds, coughs, sore throat, flu, chills and fever
  • recovery from the effects of very cold or very hot weather, dry winds or other inclement weather
  • sudden shock, fear, fright, restlessness
  • eye injury
  • earache
  • colic
  • headache
  • bladder infection, painful urination

Instructions

Aconite is generally used during the early stages of an illness, but it can also be used retrospectively for past trauma to rebalance emotions.

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Aconitum Napellus:

Aconitum napellus can help with the following:

Infections

Middle Ear Infection

This remedy is indicated if an earache comes on suddenly with cutting, throbbing pain.  It may have begun after exposure to cold and wind, or after a shaking experience.  The person may be fearful, agitated, and restless.  Fever may be high, thirst strong, worse near midnight, and may wake the person up.

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