Quercus Glandium Spiritus(Dilution)
Tincture of acorns either peeled, crushed or shredded. When the spirit distilled from the tincture it is named as Spiritus glandium quercus.
Causes & Symptoms for Quercus Glandium Spiritus
- Quercus diminishes the abnormal craving for spirits with marked giddiness.
- Its chief actions are on alcoholism, constipation, diarrhoea, giddiness, gouty complaints.
- Foul breath tending to vomit is an indication for this remedy.
- Flatulence associated due to the past complaints of Intermittent fever indicates this medicine.
Mind and Head
Nervous, depressed, glum, taciturn, easily moved to tears is the mental state for indication of Quercus.
Whirling vertigo with eczema of scalp.
Difficulty in hearing with lot of noises in the head
Useful in catarrhal conditions of nose as well.
Stomach and abdomen
Quercus is a splenic remedy which relieves the pain in the left hypochondrium.
Liver and spleen enlarged is resolved with Quercus.
Flatulence and abdominal swelling with ascites complaints are relieved with Quercus.
Gait tottering, hands quivered, like a drunken man, is resolved.
Eczema on scalp, poll, and backs of hands is relieved with Quercus
For ulcers and discharging wounds the dried powder of Quercus is used .
Side effects of Quercus Glandium Spiritus
There are no such side effects. But every medicine should be taken following the rules as given.
It is safe to take the medicine even if you are on other mode of medication like allopathy medicines, ayurvedic etc.
Homeopathic medicines never interfere with the action of other medicines.
Dosage and rules while taking Quercus Glandium Spiritus
Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.
You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.
We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Quercus Glandium Spiritus
Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.
Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.