Ledum palustre - marsh tea, wild rosemary - tips of leafy shoots dried and collected as plant comes into flower

From Ledum palustre, marsh tea or wild rosemary. The homeopathic remedy is made from the whole fresh or dried plant and is traditionally used to heal puncture wounds and soothe pains which ascend from the lower part of the body.

Symptoms Alleviated

The symptoms listed below are alleviated by Ledum. Click on a symptom to find other remedies which alleviate that particular symptom:

Fasting Aggravates Symptoms
Moving Around Aggravates Symptoms
Walking Aggravates Symptoms
Flitting, Shifting Pain
Stitch-like Pain - External
Stitch-like Pain - Internal
Tearing Pain - External
Tearing Pain - Internal
Dry Skin
Pale, Almost Colourless Urine
Cold Bathing & Cold Applications Improve Symptoms
Warmth Aggravates Symptoms
Warmth of Bed Aggravates Symptoms
Warm Applications Aggravates Symptoms
Radiant Heat Aggravates Symptoms
Symptoms Worse Before Midnight

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Ailments & Diseases Alleviated by Ledum

  Black Eye
  Cramps During Pregnancy
  Discomfort after Dental Treatment
  Eustachian Tube Blockage
  Eye Injuries
  Osteoarthritis (Osteoarthrosis)
  Sprains & Strains

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