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Alnus (aln.)

W. Boericke, M.D.

Natural History

Red Alder

General

Has some reputation as a remedy for skin affections, glandular enlargements, and indigestion from imperfect secretion of gastric juice. It stimulates nutrition, and thus acts favorably upon strumous disorders, enlarged glands, etc. Ulcerated mucous membranes of mouth and throat. Fingers covered by crust caused by pustules, disagreeable odor. Indigestion from imperfect secretion of gastric juice.

Female

Leucorrhoea, with erosions of cervix, bleeding easily. Amenorrhoea, with burning pains from back to pubis.

Skin

Chronic herpes. Enlarged sub-maxiliary glands. Eczema, prurigo. Purpura hemorrhagica. Poison-oak. Use locally.

Dose

Tincture to third potency.