Bellis perennis - Veterinary Materia Medica of Homeopathic Remedies
Homeopathy
Veterinary Materia Medica, Arsenicum, Ars. Homeopathy, Remedy
Bellis perennis, (English Daisy)

Homeopathic remedy for


SPRAINS - BLUNT TRAUMA (animals that have been hit by a car) - MUSCULAR STRAINS

This remedy is indicated an all kinds of
trauma where Arnica does not completely heal.

These animals, like those needing Arnica, do not want to be touched because of the pain.

Bellis is a
deeper-working remedy than Arnica. This remedy is botanically related to Arnica, and its use is very similar. Its primarily used for post traumatic conditions. It is especially useful for deep pain (this remedy goes deeper than Arnica), bruising and pain in internal organs. For example, when an animal has been hit by a car, consider giving Arnica first then Bellis later.

Sprains and strains in the Musculoskeletal system

Injuries to the
Testicles

Postpartum Pain. It should be routinely given after the birthing process, as it has a great affinity for the female pelvic area. A 200c dose right after, is extremely healing for the trauma and bruising of the birth canal. It also brings back the muscle tone of the uterus.

Mastitis and Injury to the Breast

After
surgery, when there is bruising after the procedure
.
Deep bruises and swelling

Muscle soreness

Keynotes:

  • ANIMAL DOES NOT WANT TO BE TOUCHED
  • INTENSE PAIN
  • Motion may relieve the pain when Bellis is indicated

Modalities:


Worse: Left side, warmth of bed, cold water applications
Better:
Motion may relieve the pains.

Dose:
6C to 200C potency.

For detailed
treatments and dosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' for dogs, cats, horses or birds.

Please Note: Any information given in this website is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice. Anyone with an animal with a medical condition requiring veterinary attention should consult a qualified DVM practitioner or veterinary emergency care clinic.
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