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

Aconite [Acon]

      It is indicated when the oxyures (little worms) the child is feverish and cannot sleep.

Artemisia Vulgaris [Art-v]

      It may be indicated when convulsions result from the irritation of the parasites [stan].

Caladium Seguinum [Calad]

      It is the best remedy in little girls when the worms (oxyures) travel over the perinaeum and get into the vagina. The irritation they produce may thus excite masturbation.

It is remedy when nymphomania occurs at the result of worms escaping into the vagina and there excite irritation.

Cicuta Virosa [Cic]

      It may be indicated when spasms occur from the irritation of the worms.

Cina [Cina]

      The most careful analysis of clinical experience has demonstrated that it is most powerful for the elimination of round worms; it is of no avail with the oxyures. The symptoms indicating it are: The sickly appearance of the face, with blue rings around the eyes. Grinding of the teeth. Picking at the nose. Canine hunger. Strabismus. Cough. Convulsions.

Cuprum [Cupr]

      It is esp. indicated in convulsions from worms the spasms of the flexors predominating.

Ignatia [Ign]

      It is sometimes an excellent remedy when there is itching and creeping at the anus from ascarides or thread-worms. with the oxyures it is indicated when the child is simply much excited.

Ind. [Indg]

      It is said to be a good remedy for ascarides, in melancholic children. Honey given at night and morning acts as palliative.

It is the best remedy when convulsions result from worms, and is often useful when the children arouse at night with terrible itching at the anus.

Note of warning: It never does nay good unless the patient is low spirited or sad, or limited.

Kali Bromatum [Kali-br]

      It acts very well in the night-terrors of the children from over- excitement of the brain reflex from worms or dentition.

Quassia [Quas]

      Think of it when other remedies fail in dealing with the oxyures.

Sabadilla [Sabad]

      It is to be used in worms when there are nausea and vomiting, associated with a peculiar colic as though the bowels were being whirled around like a wheel.

Spigelia [Spig]

      It is should be given when there are; Strabismus jerking over the eyes and paleness of the face with blue rings around the eyes. The patient feels faint and nauseated on awaking in the morning when there is also hunger, which is relieved by eating breakfast; there is colic worse about the navel, stools consist of mucus, faeces and worms.

Stannum [Stann]

      It is indicated in weak women, whose faces are apt to be pale, with dark rings around the eyes. There may even be convulsion from irritation of the parasites.

Terebinthina [Ter]

      It is indicated when the child: STarts and screams out in sleep; picks at the nose [Cina]; has a choking sensation and a dry, barking cough. There may even be convulsion.

Teucrium Marum Verum [Teucr]

      It should also be thought of for removing the ascarides [Ign].

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.