Switching on the lights with Lithium Carbonicum

This article first appeared in Homeopathy in Practice - autumn/winter 2017 I have always wondered why Lithium carbonicum is not a major polychrest in homeopathy given that its significance in orthodox medicine is almost iconic. This does not preclude the fact that its impact on physical organs such as the heart and kidneys can be harmful when taken in ma- terial doses – even though it is not a drug but a mineral and is found in the earth, in seawater, and in trace amounts in most plants and animals. In fact, no unique symptoms for this remedy appear in the ‘Mind’ sec- tion of the repertory, and very few in the physical symptoms categories (Murphy, 2005). Its written picture is nebulous in wh




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