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Aconitum nap (Aconite)


Sudden Cold Symptoms • Restlessness • Effects of Fright • Fear & Anxious Thoughts • Headaches • Occasional Sleeplessness *
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Size & PotencyPriceQty
6x 500 Tablets $12.00
30x 500 Tablets $12.00
30c 160 Pellets $9.99
200c 160 Pellets $9.99

Quick Overview

Aconitum can be an asset for effects of both frights and sudden colds. Does that make sense? Absolutely! When susceptible, an accident or fright will upset our whole nervous systems causing the very symptoms Aconitum can help calm: restless fear, worry, anxious thoughts, anxious dreams and restless sleep. Similarly, when cold winds, fright or anger increase our susceptibility to colds and other ailments, Aconitum can help relieve a range of symptoms including sudden cold or hay fever symptoms (sniffles, sneezing, sore throat), ear pain, bursting headaches, abdominal pain or minor vertigo. Aconitum applies to a range of issues when fearful restlessness is present in some way, even if it’s just the fear that a cold is coming. Tingling burning sensations, minor vertigo and overly sensitive senses also mark its use. Fresh air and company ease symptoms, while warm rooms, night and cold wind aggravate. Best taken ASAP at the initial phase of illness!



Aconitum is made from the plant Monkshood, aka, Friar's cap, Helmet flower, or Wolfsbane

Homeopathic Ingredients Aconite
Brand 1-800 Homeopathy
Product Type Single Remedy
On Comparison:
Aconite vs. Chamomilla
Colds: If both Aconite and Chamomilla help prevent colds when sniffles start after a cold wind, and both can have one red cheek and one pale, which should you take first?
Aconite! You are more likely to have success when giving Aconite to a Chamomilla case than the other way around. Usually Chamomilla’s contrary irritability will give it away.
Teething: While Chamomilla dominates teething, if fear is more prevalent than irritability, Aconite might be the better choice.

Insight from the Experts:
“Fear (can border on terror)... Fear of death, i.e., before an operation, a plane flight or during labor. Frightened in a crowd or a busy street, or in the underground.”
–Miranda Castro,
Homeopathic Guide to Stress