Key attributes of single homeopathic remedy Narcissus are Nausea, Vomiting and Diarrhea.
- Over the Counter (OTC) homeopathic medicine that works naturally
- No side effects; no drug interactions
- Can be safely used along with other medications
- Lactose free pellets dissolve instantly
Indications: Narcissus helps in conditions like nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Symptoms of nausea are followed by violent vomiting and diarrhea. It also helps in cough and bronchitis.
Directions: Please refer the dosage instructions given on the product pack or use the product as directed by your physician.
Warnings: This product is to be used for self-limiting conditions. If symptoms do not improve in 4 days or worsen, discontinue use and seek assistance of a health professional * As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek professional advise before taking this product * Keep this and all medicine out of reach of children * Store in a cool dark place * Do not use if cap seal is broken or missing * Close cap tightly after use.
Every homeopathic remedy is explained in detail by William Boericke, M.D. in the Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory, a book which is highly respected by the homeopathy profession. The following text is excerpted from that book and explains the symptoms covered by this remedy:
Symptoms of nausea followed by violent vomiting and diarrhœa.
Daffodil bulbs contain an alkaloid the action of which, according to authorities, varies as to whether the alkaloid is extracted from the flowering bulb or from the bulb after flowering. Thus in the former case the alkaloid produces dryness of the mouth, checks cutaneous secretions, dilates the pupil of the eye, quickens the pulse, and slows and weakens the heart contractions. On the other hand, the alkaloid from the bulbs after flowering produces copious salivation, increases cutaneous secretion, contracts the pupil of the eye, produces slight relaxation of the pulse, and slight faintness and nausea.--The Lancet.
A remedy for cough and bronchitis. Continuous cough, Coryza; frontal headache. Convulsive stage of whooping-cough.
Skin.--Erythema of a papular, vesicular and pustular type, aggravation in wet weather.
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