Homeopathy treatment for Agalactia from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Agalactia…

Aconite [Acon]

Mammae congested, hot, hard and distended, with little or no milk.

Agnus-castus [Agn]

Despairing sadness; milk scanty or disappears.

Asafoetida [Asaf]

Deficiency of milk, with oversensitiveness, and when the milk flows it is offensive to the babe; veins unnaturally distended.

Causticum [Caust]

Amaurosis threatens; pulsations and noises in the ears; anxiety and despondency, sallow face-the woman has suffered from night- watching and troubles; rheumatic diathesis.

Dulcamara [Dulc]

Suppression from exposure to cold, damp air; milk scanty and skin sensitive to cold.

Lac-defloratum [Lac-d]

Breasts diminish in size and the secretion of milk nearly stops.

Mercurius [Merc]

Milk scanty, with scorbutic gums, swelling of glands, etc.

Pulsatilla [Puls]

Mammae swollen and painful; flow of milk scanty or absent; patient gloomy and tearful, though in apparent good health.

Rhus-tox [Rhus-t]

Entire want of appetite, mental derangement and thoughts of suicide; vitiated lochia, lasting too long; loss of power in lower extremities.

Secale [Sec]

Thin scrawny women, whose breasts do not properly fill with milk; there is much stinging in them.

Urtica-urens [Urt-u]

(Chief remedy. E.A.F.) Non-appearance of milk without any appreciable cause.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.