Bryonia


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Bryonia

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy used primarily for acute conditions of slow onset; it has also been used internally for arthritis, breast-feeding-related mastitis, bursitis, colds with congestion, colic, cough, gastrointestinal complaints (including constipation, gastritis, nausea and vomiting), headache, inflammation of the serosa, influenza, low back pain, and rheumatic complaints.

There is no peer-reviewed data that suggest that homeopathy provides any effective therapy.
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Bryonia: There will be marked pain worse any motion, sometimes needed after Arnica.
Both Schisandra and Bryonia administration significantly increased the basal level of salivary NO in athletes versus athletes taking placebo, and these results correlated with higher extension of the increase of physical performance in athletes taking adaptogens versus athletes taking placebo (Panossian 1999).
(3-5) Also, it contains two active botanical ingredients, Bryonia alba 6x and Rhus toxicodendron 6x, that have long been used to treat joint, tendon, and muscle pains.
Bryonia 6x: Take this remedy if you have the flu accompanied by aches, especially if you feel worse when you move, or have a frontal headache.
It combines a diet rich in alkaline foods and the use of specific homoeopathic remedies, namely arnica, bryonia or Rhus Tox depending upon the symptoms.
Bryonia L., 1753.--Validated by a reference to Jussieu (Gen.
The hard,dry cough which causes a child to hold their chest or head and demands cold drinks, but is more soothed by hot ones, should be given bryonia 30c.
* Bryonia Alba: Stitches and stiffness in small of the back.
The patient was regularly given certain herbal preparations, including echinacea, astralagus, pulsatilla, bryonia, forscolin, and quercidin, with some relief of symptoms, according to the parents.
Homeopathic: For amoebic dysentery, take bryonia or merc viv.
Bryonia alba, also known called white bryony and wild hops, is a perennial found in Europe and England.