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What are different homeopathic remedies Edema? – Part 1

• Edema can be described as very pronounced swelling of the body which is due to the accumulation of fluid or fluid retention in body tissues.
• This condition typically occurs in the feet and the legs.
• This is known as peripheral edema.
• The swelling is due to accumulation of excess fluid in space within the tissue beneath the skin.

Causes of Edema

• Obesity
• Pregnancy
• Underlying medical conditions
• Medical drugs
• Heart Failure
• Anemia
• Kidney disease
• Low protein level in the blood
• Liver disease
• Malnutrition
• Starvation
• Thyroid disease
• Weak veins
• Menstrual cycles
• Immobility

Symptoms of Edema

• Inflammation or swelling
• Puffiness of the skin
• Increased abdominal size
• Edema in the chest region causes shortness of breath
• Body aches
• Stiffness of the joints
• Fluctuation in weight
• Increased blood pressure or hypertension

Homeopathic Remedies for Edema

1. Apis mellifica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• puffy swelling develops below the eyes
• swelling in the extremities.
• the area feels tight and numb
• tender with stinging sensations
• cold soaks and cold applications help
• warmth and touch can make worse
• has low thirst
• dislikes interference
• feels irritable

2. Calcarea carbonica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• develops swelling in the lower extremities
• swelling around the knees
• worse from sitting
• weight problems
• get tired easily
• feel worse from exertion
• hands and feet are often cold and clammy

3. Bovista
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• puffiness can be seen in various parts of the body
• person may feel awkward
• drop things because the hands feel weak or numb
• water-retention around the time of the menstrual period in women
• menstrual period with diarrhea

4. Ferrum metallicum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• swelling in the extremities comes on after fluid loss
• heavy sweating
• loss of blood
• things may improve with walking slowly
• good with gentle motion
• tend to feel tired
• tend to be anemic
• may look robust to others
• being sturdily build
• a face that flushes easily

5. Graphites
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• swelling of the lower extremities develop
• stout
• has a tendency toward skin problems
• cracks behind the ears, on the fingertips
• pain in the lower back
• trouble becoming alert after waking in the morning

6. Kali carbonicum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• “baglike” swelling above the eyes
• sensitive soles of the feet
• swelling in the lower extremities
• gently moving around shows some improvement.

7. Ledum palustre
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• ankles and soles of the feet are swollen and tender
• worse from being warm
• cold soaks and cold applications bring relief
• swelling is relieved by cold.
Ledum is most often used for:
– injuries
– sprains
– black eyes
– puncture wounds
– insect bites

8. Lycopodium
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• person inclined toward abdominal bloating
• digestive problems
• numbness or heaviness in the extremities
• a feeling of one foot being warm
• the other foot is cold
• problems may be worse in the late afternoon and evening
• cravings for sweets
• craving for warm drinks
• inner lack of confidence

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