Information About Dr. Reckeweg Aethusa cynapium
Aethusa cynapium is a homeopathic remedy prepared from a plant commonly known as Fool’s parsley. It has a wide range of action, but primarily it acts on the gastrointestinal tract and is one of homeopathy’s leading remedies for lactose intolerance, especially in children.
Product Origin: Germany
- The medicine acts chiefly on the digestive system. Clinically, it has proven to be beneficial in cases of convulsions and cholera in children, headache, lactose intolerance, herpes, etc. Some of the symptoms that can be treated by this remedy are as follows:
- Complaints suffered by children during dentition come under the scope of this remedy. They suffer from diarrhea with an inability to digest the milk.
- Weak memory and nervous exhaustion. Photophobia and dilated pupils. Swollen face with an expression of anxiety. Aphthous ulcers in the mouth and pustules in the throat.
- Milk is intolerable; it is vomited in large curds as soon as it is taken. Regurgitation of food with vomiting of white frothy substance. Great weakness and distress after vomiting.
- Abdominal colic followed by vomiting and vertigo. Undigested, watery, and greenish stools. Itching eruptions around joints. Summer complaints of children especially regarding milk indigestion often call for this remedy.