Ledum is an important remedy for tissue repair. Use Ledum for injuries, swelling, tissue trauma. Ledum is useful for lyme concerns. Ledum can be used with our Lyme Tick Bites Balance.
Ledum is useful following dental work, medical procedures, falls, bruising.
Ledum is used for injuries where infection is a risk such as puncture wounds. Use Ledum for puncture wounds such as bug, tick, animal, and insect bites. Use Ledum to ease pain and promote healing for anaerobic wounds/wounds that feel cold. Use Ledum after accidents such as stepping on a nail after the wound is properly cleaned and treated. Ledum can help prevent sepsis in puncture wounds from accidents. Use Ledum for puncture wounds such as dental shots.
Ledum is helpful for sprains, injuries and pains that lack warmth, yet are better with cold application.
Ledum is indicated for gout and arthritis that starts in the small joints and travels from the feet upward.
Stings and bites inject poisons into the body. Ledum can be used before exposure or right after bites to lessen reaction of swelling and itching from germs and poisons injected with insect saliva. Ledum can be used as a prophylactic treatment for mosquitoes and ticks. Add Ledum to your health regime for health concerns following bites, such as Lyme disease.
Ledum's Mini Materia Medica:
Ankle or Foot Sprains: Corrects the tendency to sprains
Arthritis: Pain in lower extremities, especially left hip.
Bites and Stings: Helpful for bites/stings with pains that extend upward
Black Eye: Useful for a black eye caused by a blow
Bruises: Helpful for bruises with discoloration that lingers. Better from: Cold application. Worse from: Warm application, Heat of bed, Night,
Puncture: Useful for injured parts that feel cold but are relieved by cold
Rheumatism: Helpful for rheumatism with pains beginning in feet, traveling upward. Shooting pains, especially in small joints. Soles painful. Heels feel bruise, Ankles swollen. Gouty pains in big toe,
Wounds: Useful for wounds with pain at site of injection. Ledum is also known as Ledum Pal or Ledum Palustre.
Dosage and potency guidelines.
1/2 oz with 400 pellets