Ledum palustre is also known commonly as Marsh Tea or Wild Rosemary. Homeopathically this remedy is famous for curing insect bites, cuts, wounds and bruises. Long standing cases of rheumatism and gout are cured by this remedy.
This remedy is curative for the following conditions:
Good for headache which can be Violent and severe.
Break out of pimples on scalp
Vertigo when walking, with tendency to fall to one side
Good for black eye after a blow or bruise
Severe red pimples on cheek and forehead which burn
Good for insect bites or stings which burn later.
Spasmodic cough with Tickling in chest
Suffocative arrest of breathing
Bronchitis with emphysema of aged.
Oppressive constriction of chest
Chest hurts when touched
Lower Back ache with stiffness
Pain on the soles of the feet. Can hardly walk due to this
Rheumatism of lower limbs wherein pain moves upwards.
Tendency to ankle and foot sprains
Bruises which tend to remain discoloured
Wounds at site of injection
Punctured wounds which feel cold to touch and is better by cold application.
Dose- As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with other allopathic medicines.
Side effects- None
Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.
Use under medical Supervision