(Bryonia alba)

Bryonia is commonly found in Europe and its reputation was known to the Greeks of ancient times who used the plant as a cleanser. If you were to consume the root of the plant you may experience tissue inflammation, severe vomiting, and very severe diarrhoea.

Homoeopaths prescribe diluted solutions of Bryonia for illnesses that have similar symptoms. The Homoeopathic remedy is prepared from the root and is mixed with alcohol into an extremely dilute solution.

This Homoeopathic Remedy May Aid...

Take internally for:

  • arthritis

  • backaches

  • bursitis.

  • colds accompanied by chest congestion

  • painful coughs

  • sore throat, with pain upon swallowing

  • influenza

  • severe headaches

  • nausea, vomiting, constipation, gastritis, acute diverticulitis

  • inflammation during breast-feeding.


Bryonia is available over the counter in both liquid and tablet form.

Professional advice is required for
each particular ailment and for dosages.

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