When that hammer hits your thumb or the floor hits your coccyx, this is the ideal remedy for these and all injuries to nerve rich areas. If the pains are shooting along the nerves and more troublesome than seems fitting, Hypericum provides healing, nerve calming relief. Its relief extends to shooting or radiating pain or numbness, as well as cuts, inflamed insect bites or darting lower back or neck pain.
Hypericum perf (St. John's Wort)
In first aid, Hypericum is considered the Arnica of the Nerves!
That horrible sharp, shooting, hot pain from injuring a nerve rich area is more controllable with Hypericum. Whether the source is a blow, cut or puncture wound and whether the area injured is a finger, toe, tongue, teeth, coccyx or genitalia, if there’s sharp pain, reach for Hypericum for the pain and Arnica for the bruising.
Even if there isn’t a hammer or car door involved, it relieves neuralgic pains that shoot up along the nerves as well as radiating pain and numbness. These neuralgic pains are excessively sore, especially when the weather changes, and tend to appear suddenly and depart slowly.
Anytime there is a back, neck or spinal trauma– childbirth included– with spasming, radiating or shooting pain, Hypericum's nerve relief can helpful. It can be critical following head injuries, given immediately or even for lingering symptoms years later (see also Nat sulph). If melancholy and mental changes began with an injury to the head, spine or elsewhere, Hypericum can bring incredible support. A homeopath’s guidance is best for this complaint.
Hypericum, external or internal, can sooth wounds that are inflamed and painful including abscesses, cuts, hemorrhoids, scars and insect and animal bites.
With Hypericum, the only requirement is that it hurts, but if it’s hot and more troublesome than may seem fitting, you should definitely consider this remedy.
|Keynotes||Nerves, Nerve pain, Nerve Injuries, Pain, Shooting pain, Radiating Pain, Backache, Back pain, Head injuries, Trauma, Cuts, Wounds|
|Product Type||Single Remedy|