The homeopathic remedy eupatorium per. is prepared using the freshly obtained above ground floral parts of the boneset herb. After collecting the fresh aerial parts of the boneset flowers, they are macerated or garnished in alcohol for some period of time. The resultant solution is strained and diluted to desired levels to obtain the homeopathic medication eupatorium per.
Unlike several other herbs, the medicinal use of boneset has been quite limited. Traditionally this herb was used for treating fevers and it is considered to be the indigenous American tribes' major remedy for malaria and the feverish symptom associated with this health condition. Gradually, the European settlers in America came to learn about the therapeutic properties of boneset and they first used this herb to cure malaria in New York in 1830. In fact, it is believed that even the ancient Greek physician and botanist Pedanius Dioscorides recommended the use of boneset for treating a number of ailments, including dysentery, chronic fevers, liver ailments, ulcers and even reptile bites. As aforementioned, the homeopathic remedy eupatorium per. is primarily used to cure flu and other feverish conditions wherein the patients normally experience intense pain in the bones and fever with very less sweating. In addition, they also become very restive owing to the intense pain endured by them. People suffering form this health condition have soreness in their head, eyeballs and chest and they also have an intense craving for drinking ice-cold water as well as cold foods. In addition, some of the patients may also develop a cough, which actually worsens the symptoms. The patients find relief only when they are on their all fours. In such conditions, taking the homeopathic medication eupatorium per. not only helps to cure the condition, but also provides relief from the painful associated symptoms. In effect, in homeopathy, eupatorium per. is the ideal remedy for the pains related to seasonal flu, including aching legs, arms, back and particularly the bones. It may be noted here that patients suffering from seasonal flu also experience soreness of the skin and this too can be alleviated by taking the homeopathic medication eupatorium per. Some patients suffering from seasonal flu may also experience tremors and colds along with an intense desire for cold water. In addition, the patient may also endure pains in the stomach, which may result in vomiting. People who require this homeopathic medication often suffer from intense headaches and a cough along with tenderness in the chest that usually come together with the feverish health condition. Homeopathic practitioners usually prescribe the homeopathic remedy eupatorium per. to patients suffering from flu accompanied by the key symptoms, for instance, extreme muscle and bone pains. One of the main traits for prescribing eupatorium per. is the stressful bone pains that the patients endure when they suffer from ailments, such as influenza and malarial fever. In effect, the patients suffering from these health conditions experience pains all over their body, for instance, headaches accompanied by internal tenderness, tenderness of the eyeballs, soreness of chest, cough along with intense pain down the trachea (the windpipe), soreness and swelling in the parietal bone (any bone situated on the side or top of the skull), and throbbing limbs all over the body.
The herb common boneset, which forms the basis for the homeopathic remedy eupatorium per., is a perennially growing plant indigenous to the eastern regions of the United States as well as Canada. It is found growing naturally from Nova Scotia to Florida and from Louisiana and Texas all over North Dakota.