(Gelsemium sempervirens)

Although Gelsemium is often called yellow jasmine, it is not really part of the jasmine family but it is related. Taken in large doses, Gelsemium causes paralysis, impairing physical and mental functions and ultimately leading to convulsions and death.

Homoeopaths prescribe minute amounts of Gelsemium for ailments that are accompanied by symptoms like those of Gelsemium poisoning.

In its Homoeopathic form, Gelsemium is prepared from the fresh root in highly diluted potencies.

This Homoeopathic Remedy May Aid...

  • anxiety

  • flu with aches

  • chills and exhaustion

  • headache

  • measles

  • sore throat

  • fever with chills that move up and down the spine


Available over the counter in various potencies, in both liquid and tablet form.

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

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