Convulsive syndrome in children of early age

As the German name “Sumpfporst” convulsive syndrome in children of early age, Ledum is a marsh plant. Sometimes it is also called wild rosemary. It is found in the Northern Europe and Canada.

For medical purposes, their dried peaks are used. Ledum is the tested remedy for stitch wounds, for example in bite wounds and insect bites. Typical fields of application: For cuts, abrasions and stitches, also for insect bites, especially when the injured parts of the body are cold, injuries to the eye and joint pain. The symptoms are relieved by cold. Ledum palustre is indicated when swelling does not heal and persist. Complaints are a result of bite wounds or stitch wounds, inflammations or injuries. The first choice for rheumatic ailments.

The affected person suffers from rheumatic pain, stiffness in the muscles next to the spine, in the neck and between the shoulder blades. The person concerned has a tearing and twitching in shoulders, elbows, and hands. Cold runs help even though the affected area already feels cold. The person concerned has a lack of warmth. The affected, injured limb is cold, but can not bear warmth. The affected person has rheumatism, which begins at the ankles. The person concerned has a punishment offense.

The affected person has an insect sting or suffers from its consequences. The affected person suffers from chronic rheumatism, combined with venous congestion, passive edema, and hemorrhages. The affected person suffers from rheumatism, associated with pain and stiffness, which improve by cool applications and by cold. The affected person suffers from swelling or inflammation of the feet and ankles. The person concerned has a strong desire to put his feet in cold water. The affected person suffers from gout, especially in the knees and feet.

The affected person suffers from sprains, especially sprains of the lower limbs, and bruises. The sufferer suffers from a puncture and suppuration. The affected person suffers from abscesses, which improve by cold baths or cold envelopes. The affected person suffers from cellulitis, accompanied by swelling and lymphangitis, which improve by heat and deteriorate by cold.

The affected person suffers from persistent discoloration after injuries. The affected areas feel cold from the outside, but a burning sensation is inside, so the pain is relieved by cold. The affected person has to tear, piercing pain in his small joints. The affected person has painful gout nodes on their joints.

The affected person has a burning sensation in the joints, the joints are swollen and painful. The affected person has inflammation that begins with painful joints in the feet and knees. There are infected animal bites or tick bites. The affected person has great pain, swelling, and itching.

A red discoloration is produced along the lymph. The affected person has an internal feeling of heat, swelling is cool and does not recede. Aggravation of the symptoms: Worsening by heat and by warming. Improve the complaints: Improvement by cold and cold envelopes. There is an injury to the sensitive skin or body parts.

There is a local feeling of coldness in the wound area. Improve the complaints: Improvement by the cold. Ledum palustre D 30: Twice daily to the lasting improvement. The affected person has a bruise, like painted glasses. Ledum palustre D3: Three times a dose a day. The injured area is cold on the outside, but there is a strong burning inside. This remedy follows Arnica if the complaints were not improved by Arnica.

Aggravation of the symptoms: Deterioration due to heat and warmth. Improve the complaints: Improvement by cold, ice and by cold envelopes. Ledum palustre D12: Three times a day. The affected person has acne on the face, on the neck, as well as on the shoulders.

The complaints often come with very sensitive, nervous girls. Ledum palustre D6: Twice daily until an improvement occurs a tablet. The affected person has to tear, piercing pain in her small joints. The pain hangs upwards, for example when shaking hands, when the pain emanates from the wrist to the elbow. The injured area is cold, internally however strong burning. Aggravation of the symptoms: Worsening by heat, by warming, and by alcohol. Improve the complaints: Improvement by cold and cold applications.