Eupatorium in homeopathy: properties, benefits and uses (all you need to know)

What is Eupatorium?

Homeopathy macerates the entire above-ground part of the Wasserast in alcohol and uses the resulting remedy  Eupatorium for influenza or malaria with body aches. Typical symptoms are a fever that begins with chills and turns into heat, profuse sweating with great thirst, aching bones and inner restlessness.

In addition, there is often a headache, which is aggravated by sweating, and vomiting of bile, which improves the general condition.

Leading symptoms

  • Bone and limb pain
  • High fever
  • Great thirst for cold drinks
  • Persistent cough with loose sputum and chest soreness
  • exhaustion

Information about the agent

How do you recognize patients who need Eupatorium?

The patients appear emaciated and emaciated due to their symptoms. They complain of feeling bruised, a bitter taste in the mouth, and pain in the chest muscles and eyeballs. With yellow-coated tongues and cracked lips, they feel a great desire for cold water or ice cream; however, often throw up again after the recording.


Eupatorium is indicated for all typical symptoms that are ameliorated or aggravated by the following modalities:


  • conversations
  • in the flat
  • sweat


  • Move
  • fresh air
  • cold air
  • In the morning

What are typical uses for Eupatorium?

  • fever

Areas of application in detail


The fever is highest in the morning and decreases over the day. Patient feels bruised, has a red face and is sweating. Often accompanied by a dry cough, occipital pain and eye pressure. The patient is very thirsty, especially for cold drinks; drinking can cause nausea.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Application information

Dosage forms of Eupatorium

Eupatorium is found in many commercially available flu and cold medicines. The homeopathic application amounts to gifts in potencies D3 to D12.

Eupatorium dosage

Eupatorium is given at the beginning of the symptoms five times a day in the potency 6X with five globules each. After two days, the dose is reduced to a frequency of three administrations. This dosage is maintained until symptoms subside. In the case of violent vomiting, the globules should first be taken without water. From the third day, a solution in water is recommended.

Eupatorium in pregnancy

Eupatorium is suitable for pregnant women who are suffering from a severe cold or flu. The remedy relieves symptoms such as bruises, chills, bronchitis, hoarseness, sinus problems, frontal headaches and vomiting.

Eupatorium should also be considered as a therapeutic agent for fevers that last for three days and then resolve with a fever rash. If long-distance travel is undertaken during pregnancy and typical jet lag symptoms occur due to the time difference, eg muscle and bone fatigue, a feeling of bruise, the remedy helps with the adjustment to everyday life.

Pregnant women can use Eupatorium to relieve the pain of bone fractures.

Side Effects of Eupatorium

The symptoms can worsen for a short time under the administration of Eupatorium, but should subside within a few hours. If no noticeable improvement in the symptoms can be observed three days after the start of therapy, the drug should be discontinued and expert advice sought.

Expertise for homeopaths

Supplemental Funds

  • Hyoscyamus niger
  • sodium chlorate
  • Acidum nitricum
  • Sanicula
  • sepia

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Similar/Related remedies

  • Bryonia
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Typical potencies: D3 – D12

fabric type: medicinal plant


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