Best homeopathic remedies for Apoplexy from the book Therapeutic Pointers to Some Common Diseases by E.A. Farrington…

Apis [Apis]

      Complete stupor or coma. Used after Opium, when the latter fails.

Arnica [Arn]

      stertorous breathing. Pulse full and strong. Associated with Hemiplegia or Paralysis, (<) on left side, and an aching soreness all over the body.

Baryta Carb [Bar-c]

      Followed by more or less severe Paralysis, esp. in old people. The patient is childish and has loss of memory, trembling of limbs and well-marked Paralysis of the tongue. Apoplexy in drunkards.

Belladonna [Bell]

      In the initial stage, before the Paralysis sets in. Pulse usually strong. The patient often starts from his heavy, sleep cries out, grinds his teeth, awakens frightened. It is usually followed by Opium

Causticum [Caust]

      Indicated later, when after absorption of effused blood has taken place there still remains Paralysis of the opposite side of the body.

Helleborus [Hell]

      Useful when the attack is followed by idiocy.

Hyoscyamus [Hyos]

      When associated with convulsions.

Lachesis [Lach]

      Used after Belladonna when the pulse is quicker and more feeble and Paralysis is impending; head is hot, the face red, feet cold and the surface heat is irregularly distributed. With convulsions, followed by Paralysis. Apoplexy in drunkards.

Opium [Op]

      Deep red face. Stertorous breathing. Convulsions. Tetanic rigidity of the body. Follows Belladonna Apoplexy in drunkards.

Rhus Tox [Rhus-t]

      Followed by Paralysis [Nux V].

Strontiana [ ]

      Threatening Apoplexy, with violent congestion of the head, hot and red face, everytime the patient walks. Mere exertion increases the circulation upwards towards the head. A preventive remedy.

E. A. Farrington
E. A. Farrington (1847-1885) was born in Williamsburg, NY, on January 1, 1847. He began his study of medicine under the preceptorship of his brother, Harvey W. Farrington, MD. In 1866 he graduated from the Homoeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania. In 1867 he entered the Hahnemann Medical College, graduating in 1868. He entered practice immediately after his graduation, establishing himself on Mount Vernon Street. Books by Ernest Farrington: Clinical Materia Medica, Comparative Materia Medica, Lesser Writings With Therapeutic Hints.