HOMOEOPATHIC USES OF ABROMA AUGUSTA

Abroma augustum or Abroma augusta, Devil's cotton belongs to family malvaceae, It has dark red flowers with an characteristic and unusual appearance. It is widely distributed in Asia
The leaves and stems are covered with soft bristly hairs that are very irritating to the touch. The bark yields a jute-like fiber
PART USED – Leves and roots are used for the preparation of mother tincture
HOMOEOPATHIC USES
 DIABETES MELLITUS -- Urine profuse < at night and of high specific gravity. Excessive thirst with dryness of mouth. Patient suffers from insomnia and prostration, and patient is averse to do any physical and intellectual labour. Mentally patient is of irritable nature, forgetful and morose.
DYSMENORRHEA – Colicky pain in lower abdomen . Menses are irregular , lasting for short or long time . Blood is dark and clotted
BRONCHITIS- Pain in chest and sides on coughing . Cough worse in the evening and during night. Respiration is rapid and expectoration white
POTENCY - 6


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