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

Arsenicum [Ars]

      See the symptoms of it in Coryza.

Arsenicum Iod [Ars-i]

      See the symptoms of it in Coryza.

Causticum [Caust]

      It is indicated in Influenza after dry cold in Winter, with aching all over the body [Eup.Per.], with burning and rawness in the chest. Hoarseness, (<) in the morning.

Eupatorium Perf [Eup-per]

      It is to be thought of in Influenza, with hoarseness, (<) in morning and cough with extreme soreness of the chest along the trachea. Aching all through the body, as if in bones, which impels the sufferer to move, but without any relief.

Rananculus Bulbosus [Ran-b]

      It may be indicated in Influenza, with fluent Coryza, pains in joints and burning on urination.

Rananculus Sceleratus [Ran-s]

      Symptoms same as under Ranunculus Bulb.

Rhus Tox [Rhus-t]

      It is indicated esp. when the trouble arises from exposure to

dampness, with severe aching of all the bones, sneezing and dry cough, (<) in evening until midnight and from uncovering the body. Cough, from tickling behind the upper half of the sternum.

Sabadilla [Sabad]

      It is useful in Influenza, with violent spasmodic sneezing and lachrymation on going into the open air.

Sinapis Nigra [Sin-n]

      It is indicated when the mucous membrane of the nose is dry and hot, without any discharge. Either nostril may be affected alone or alternately with the other. The symptoms are (<) in afternoon and evening.

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.