Are you suffering from Grief? Dr. Tyler tells us the BEST homeopathic medicines for the treatment of Grief….

Pulsatilla [Puls]

      Mild, gentle, tearful: yet remarkably irritable.

Bursts into tears when spoken to, or giving symptoms (Sepia)

Changeable, mentally and physically.

Pleasure in nothing. Vexed about “nothing”.

May have aversion to marriage; thinks company of opposite sex dangerous: Abhors women (Raph.).

Lachrymose. Peevishness. Slow, phlegmatic.

Worse warm room: better cool open air; walking slowly out of doors. (See p.45.).

Raphanus [Raph]

      Aversion to all women: weariness, disgust and rage at approach of women (Pulsatilla, Lachesis).

Aversion to children: especially to little girls.

Attracted to all men without distinction.

Moral feeling completely extinct (Absinth.).

Extreme anxiety and fear of death. (See p.30.).

Cimicifuga /Actea rac. [Cimic]

      Thinks she is going crazy. Fear of death (Aconite).

Sensation of a heavy could settling over her.

All dark and confused, with weight on head.

Loquacity: goes from subject to subject (Lachesis).

Grieved, troubled: sighing (Ignatia): next day joy.

Mind disturbed by disappointed love (Nat. mur., etc.): business failures.

Ignatia [Ign]

      “The sighing remedy.” Remedy of silent grief. Sobbing: Utterly absorbed in grief.

Unable to control emotions and excitement.

Effects from long-continued grief; bad news.

Unhappy love; misplaced affections (Nat. mur.).

The remedy of Moods, of changeable moods.

Delights to bring on her fits and make a scene.

You cannot depend on her being reasonable or rational: what you say will be distorted.

Does unaccountable and unexpected things.

Thinks she has neglected some duty.

The remedy of contradictions: of the unnatural: the unexpected.

Can’t stand contradiction or fault-finding.

Over-sensitive to pain (Chamomilla, Aconite).

N.B.- Ignatia cannot stand past worries and grief; Staphysagria past annoyances. (See p. 39.).

Margaret Lucy Tyler
Margaret Lucy Tyler, 1875 – 1943, was an English homeopath who was a student of James Tyler Kent. She qualified in medicine in 1903 at the age of 44 and served on the staff of the London Homeopathic Hospital until her death forty years later. Margaret Tyler became one of the most influential homeopaths of all time. Margaret Tyler wrote - How Not to Practice Homeopathy, Homeopathic Drug Pictures, Repertorising with Sir John Weir, Pointers to some Hayfever remedies, Pointers to Common Remedies.