CASSIA SOPHERA - FOR ASTHMA

Botanical name- Cassia sophera L
Family- Fabaceae
English- Senna sophera
Distribution- This plant is found throughout India and in most tropical countries. It is common in waste lands , on road sides and in the forests
Description- A shrub, glabrous or nearly so, 3 m in height.Leaf compound, leaflets 6-12 paired, oblong –lanceolate , acute or tapering. Rachis with a single gland at the base. Flowers yellow in color , in corymbose racemes . Fruit a pod. Seeds 30-40, broadly ovoid, compressed and dark brown
HOMOEOPATHIC USES
It has been used by ancient Indian physicians for its efficacy in respiratory disorders. Dr. B.K. Basu has proved this drug on himself. He has also recommended in common cold and asthma
OSTEOARTRITIS--  Pain in knee joints agg. movement, rising from seat. amel. continued motion & pressure.
ASTHMA-   Dyspnoea (breathlessness) agg. in winters, from exposure to dust, change of weather, cold drinks, light exertion, smoke, morning, evening, night and from walking
 ALLERGIC RHINITIS Coryza with thin nasal discharge and sneezing. Nose obstructed at night

POTENCY - 30

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