Rhus Toxicodendron

Rhus Tox

Abbreviations:rhus [Kent]
Common Names:poison ivy
Category:Plant
Complementary: to, Bryonia.
Inimical:to, Apis, must not be used before or after.
Aggravation:Before a storm; cold, wet rainy weather; at night, especially after midnight; from getting wet while perspiring; during rest.
Amelioration:Warm, dry weather, wrapping up; warm or hot things; motion; change of position; moving affected parts.

[Rhus tox is produced from the plant commonly known as poison ivy which grows as a shrub or a woody vine, spreading all over the countryside as a weed Read more...]

Rhus tox. is a very useful remedy in acute suppurations , especially in suppurative conditions about the eye. It has proved curative in abscesses about the parotid and axillary glands ; the pus is bloody and serous, the pain is intense, and the swelling is dark red. Rhus corresponds very closely to septicemia. - Practical Homoeopathic Therapeutics -Ed. W. A. DEWEY, M. D.

Dr J T Kent Rhus Toxicodendron in Kent's MM

 Rhus Toxicodendron in Allen's Keynotes

Dr Boericke Rhus Toxicodendron in Boericke's MM

 Rhus Toxicodendron in Nash's Leaders


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