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SBL Stellaria Media Mother Tincture Q

Prescription for: Pain

Consult Top General Physicians Online on mfine for the use of SBL Stellaria Media Mother Tincture Q Stellaria media has often been employed as a treatment for dry. cracked. and inflamed tissue. such as cracked lips. nipples. scabs. sores and rashes. In addition. it is used to treat rheumatic pains. arthritis. bronchitis . psoriasis . asthma . conjunctivitis. constipation . upset stomach. obesity and blood disorders. A frequent component of spring cleansing tonics and salad greens. Stellaria media is generally considered to be quite safe.  The main features of the remedy are mostly related to rheumatism of all nature. in syndromes like: Chronic Rheumatism: Characteristics of pain is sharp. shifting. darting pain with the stiffness of the joints. The affected parts are very sore to touch and very painful on movement. Gout disorder with enlarged and inflamed finger joints Psoriasis Cervical spondylitis Liver conditions engorged. swollen. stitching pain. sensitive to pressure. This is an invaluable remedy for cirrhosis of liver and cancer of liver of first and second stages.  Use under medical supervision.


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