Grief Homeopathic Remedies
Below are the most commonly used homeopathic remedies for different types of grief symptoms.
Homeopathy shines as an important effective, natural treatment and effective modality to treat acute or chronic grief issues, regardless of the cause. Homeopathy is the drug-free, holistic method of treating a person with grief symptoms body, mind and spirit. We treat the whole person with homeopathy when we treat them for grief. We do not suppress the grief, but rather help them to gently process it and move beyond it in a natural so that deeper healing may begin. Below are some of the most commonly used homeopathic remedies for grief.
Top Homeopathic Remedies For Grief
- Arsenicum album
Anxiety. Mental derangement; averse to meeting acquaintances; imagines he has offended them, but knows not how; sad, tearful, anxious mood; exhaustion from the slightest exertion.
Chronic complaints after long-lasting grief or sorrow; taciturn and distant; hopeless; thinking of complaints aggravates them, especially hemorrhoids.
- Ignatia amara
Grief and sorrow, with shame; suppressed internal vexation, which continues; sad indifferent aversion, full of fear; vertigo, headache, pressing pain in stomach, emptiness in pit of the stomach; amenorrhea; attacks like epilepsy or chorea; broods over imaginary troubles.
Great sadness and anxiety; chronic complaints after long-lasting grief or sorrow.
- Mercurius solubilis
Grief, with fear at night; disposition to quarrel; complaining of his relations and surroundings; acrid running coryza; looseness, with tenesmus; sleep prevented by seeing frightful faces.
- Nux Moschata
Palpitation from sadness; weeping mood, gloomy, fears to go to sleep; sleepy from overtaxing the mind; gastric ailments; hysteria; staggers in walking, falls often.
- Phosphoric Acid
Headache in the morning; vertigo in the evening; long lasting aftertaste; food is often thrown up; rolling rumbling in abdomen; looseness; epilepsy; emaciation.
With apprehension for the future; hypochondriacal, apathetic, with weak memory, caused by unmerited insults, or by persistently dwelling on sexual subjects; great indignation about things done by others or by themselves; grieves about the consequence; nervous weakness; convulsions, with loss of consciousness; sleepiness in the daytime.