Homeopathy Treatment for injuries

An injury is caused by external violence. A distinction is made between blunt injuries (bruise) and penetrating injuries (stab, cut or gunshot wounds). Larger injuries usually require medical attention. In the case of minor injuries, the administration of homeopathic remedies to alleviate the symptoms has proven itself in addition to wound care. 

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for injuries that best suits your situation.


against acute injury shock.


for painful tendons and ligaments also in connection with broken bones to support callus formation and the periosteum. For blunt injuries of the eye, facial injuries and phantom pain.

Endless wars

Tendency to rapid hematoma formation and the occurrence of blood sponges (hemangiomas). Wounds heal slowly and bleed again.


Poorly healing cuts, also after operations, often accompanied by urinary retention due to trauma.

Rhus toxicodendron

Tearing or pulling pain from tendon irritation, physical overexertion, muscle and joint pain.

Vipera brush

Snake bites with heart trouble. The puncture site is very swollen and discolored bluish red.

Spider’s crown

Injuries from injections (syringe abscesses). The wound has turned purple and is very painful.

Animal carbon

Coccyx injuries with burning pain and great weakness. Aggravation from touch and cold.

Sprains and bruises


First aid for any injury such as sprains, bruises, bruises, bleeding, wounds, including cuts. Also in meningitis or epilepsy caused by traumatic injuries and traumatic shock.


for nerve injuries as well as sprains and bruises of the spine, coccyx bruises and bruised fingers and toes.


for bone bruises, bruises, strains and sprains.

Endless wars

After injuries or overuse of the muscles, also in the case of bruises, bruises, bruises. The patient feels exhausted and bruised all over.


Bruises, lacerations, scars, wild flesh

Causes of injuries

  • accidents
  • Animal bites, insect bites
  • falls
  • physical violence

Injury Symptoms

  • Pains
  • bleeding
  • tissue damage
  • wounds
  • broken bones
  • Schock

Further tips and information on treatment

Minor injuries such as a cut finger or a grazed knee can be treated by yourself. The wounds must be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. A doctor should be consulted if the wound is bleeding profusely. 


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