Aconitum Napellus

Common Names:monk's-hood, aconite, wolfsbane, fuzi, monk's blood
Aggravation:Evening and night, pains are insupportable; in a warm room; when rising from bed; lying on affected side (Hep., Nux-m.).
Amelioration:In the open air (Alum., Mag. c., Puls., Sab.).
Complementary:to Coffea in fever, sleeplessness, intolerance of pain; to Arnica in traumatism; to Sulphur in all cases.
Relative:Aconite is the acute of Sulphur, and both precedes and follows it in acute inflammatory conditions.

[Aconitum napellus is a species of flowering plant native and endemic to western and central Europe. Read more...]

 Aconitum Napellus in Kent's MM

 Aconitum Napellus in Allen's Keynotes

 Aconitum Napellus in Boericke's Materia Medica

 Aconitum Napellus in Nash's Leaders

 Aconitum Napellus in Cowperthwaite's Textbook of MM

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