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

What is Lilium tigrinum?

Lilium tigrinum is considered a female remedy in homeopathy. It acts on the ovaries and uterus. It is therefore used for lowering symptoms such as bladder insufficiency and impending prolapse of the uterus, white discharge, menopausal and menstrual problems.

The remedy supports the uterine involution after childbirth and helps with postnatal depression. Occasionally, the tiger lily is also used for heart problems when these occur as a result of menstruation.

Leading symptoms

  • dejection
  • fear for health
  • Impaired vision and lacrimation
  • Constant urge to stool and urinate
  • irritability or anger
  • Always in a hurry
  • craving for meat
  • heart tremor

Information about the agent

How do you recognize patients who need Lilium tigrinum?

Lilium tigrinum is irritable, short-tempered, swears a lot, is driven by hectic, aimless, often short-sighted. Excitement causes knee and hip pain and shaky joints. The mood is melancholic, tearful, constantly worried. People stick to religious or traditional guidelines, believe they are impure and sick, and constantly waver between their own needs and moral norms. Sexual desire is excessive, with propensities for obscenity and promiscuity.

Patients feel a lot of pressure in the female parts (v) with soreness, as if the uterus is leaking out, they have to cross their legs as if for protection, put their hand under the female part (v) or wear bandages. They complain of nervous palpitations, chest tightness, vertigo and frontal headaches, and have a feeling of bloating all over their body. They suffer from a constant urge to urinate and defecate, Lilium people do not like bread or coffee, have a great appetite for meat and are very thirsty. Pain usually occurs on the left.


Lilium tigrinum is indicated for all typical symptoms that are ameliorated or worsened by the following modalities:


  • Movement
  • occupation
  • outdoors
  • cool
  • Rub


  • warmth
  • overheated rooms
  • Stand

What are typical areas of application for Lilium tigrinum?

  • menstrual cramps

Areas of application in detail

Menstrual cramps

Stagnant, lumpy and dark red menstrual bleeding that only gets flowing when you move. Nervous heart problems, chest pains and aching pains in the ovaries occur. The uterus appears to be descending.

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

Dosage forms of Lilium tigrinum

In the case of menstrual problems oral D4 potencies are given. Lilium is administered as an alternative to cuttlefish when there is a desire for meat with the same symptoms.

Typical potencies: D2 to D6

fabric type: plant


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