Homoeopathy Treatments


Treatment for Rubella


Droplet infection (i.e. Rubella virus spreads from one person to another when they cough, sneeze or cough. Homoeopathy treatment in such infections can be very effective.

These are the symptoms

Rubella symptoms are generally mild. The disease presents in the following ways.

  • It is common to develop red or pink rashes on the face, trunk, and then extremities.
  • The patient has bright red conjunctiva.
  • One characteristic sign of Rubella is sunken eyes in children.
  • Prevalence of fever, chill and cough
  • The swelling of lymph nodes behind the ears, neck and neck.
  • The child is irritable and cranky.
  • Rubella can cause severe pain or arthritis in the joints for both adolescents and adults.

How long is the Rubella infection spreadable by the Rubella patient to others?

The doctors at Spring Homeopathy says that rubella can spread the infection from patient to patient for nearly 20 to 25 consecutive days. The patient will be contagious for 10 days before the onset rash. He can also remain contagious for an additional 7-15 days.

Rubella, pregnancy: Rubella is a condition in which a pregnant woman contracts it during pregnancy. This can have serious consequences for her child. Congenital Rubella is a condition where the baby of such mothers gets congenital rubella syndrome within one year.

Congenital Rubella Disorder:

  • Cleft lip
  • Cleft palate
  • Inhibition of physical development
  • Mental retardation
  • Congenital cataract
  • Low birth weight
  • Congenital defects of the heart, etc.


The doctors at Spring Homeopathy advise that rubella can usually be prevented by giving the child a vaccine. Before entering the school at age 4-6, the child should have received the MMR (Measles Mumps And Rubella), vaccines at nine months, fifteen months and four years. Parents usually give the child two doses of vaccines. However, most forget to give the MMR vaccine dose at 6-8 years.

Before starting a pregnancy, pregnant women should receive the Rubella vaccination. After receiving the Rubella shot, pregnant women should refrain from becoming pregnant for a minimum of 28 days. Rubella can be transmitted to a person for their entire life.


The most important part of the treatment of Rubella is its isolation. Rubella infection is easily spread from one person to another, so the patient must be kept apart from the rest of the world.

Doctors typically prescribe the symptomatic method of treatment to control the severity of symptoms like fever, body pains, headaches, and colds.

Rubella treatment with homoeopathy

Homoeopathy remedies work well to treat Rubella. Pulsatilla Nigra, Rhus Toxicodendron, Dulcamara, Gelsemium are some of the most frequently prescribed medicines by homoeopathy doctors of Spring Homeopathy.

Homoeopathy treats a person as an individual. This means homoeopathy treats the entire person. Homoeopathy medicines are selected after an in-depth case analysis, which includes a complete medical history and family history.

Spring Homeopathy recommended these top homoeopathic medicines:


This homoeopathy medicine is very effective in treating fever-like rashes. This condition can cause children to become very thirsty. This medicine is often prescribed during the first stage of the illness.


This medicine can be prescribed to patients suffering from high fever.


Patients with worsening conditions in warm places and warmth. They can enjoy the open air, but need to be properly covered.

Treatment for Liver Cirrhosis

Cirrhosis in the Liver

The liver is the largest gland in the human body. A condition that causes the normal liver tissue to become scarred is known as “cirrhosis”.

Healthy liver cells can be replaced with fibrotic, scar tissue slowly and gradually. Conditions that cause liver inflammation (hepatitis), heal by scar tissue formation and fibrosis.

How does cirrhosis affect the liver?

Cirrhosis can cause many problems in the liver. Cirrhosis may be caused by any condition which can cause liver damage. The major source of blood for the liver is the venous network of the intestines. The liver’s ability to circulate blood effectively can be affected by scar tissue. This hinders the efficient transport and elimination of the various products of liver metabolism. Many substances, such as drugs and toxins, are broken down by the liver. Due to chronic inflammation and scar tissues formation, liver function can become slow leading to the accumulation of harmful substances.

The liver serves many important functions.

  • Chemicals such as alcohol, drugs and other toxins can be broken down and eliminated.
  • Red blood cell metabolism.
  • Formation of cholesterol and breaking down of saturated fats.
  • Important clotting elements should be formed and stored
  • Manufacture Bile – An important substance to help you digest your food.
  • The production and storage of sugar as glycogen.
  • Store vital nutrients like vitamins and provide them when their levels are low.

Cirrhosis is a condition that causes the death of a portion of your liver.

Cirrhosis occurs when the liver is damaged by several factors. The most common causes are:

  • Alcohol
  • Chronic viral infection – hepatitis. Types B, C, and/or D.
  • Drugs and toxic substances
  • Autoimmune hepatitis
  • Hereditary conditions such as
  • Hemochromatosis inherited
  • Wilson’s illness
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Conditions that impact the biliary function
  • Primary sclerosing cholangitis
  • Primary biliary cirrhosis
  • Parasite infestations
  • Schistosomiasis (snails)
  • Cardiac disease – also known as “cardiac cysts”


  1. Hepatitis B Cirrhosis: It causes liver swelling.
  2. Alcoholic Cirrhosis: Studies show that people who have drunk alcohol for more than 10 consecutive years have approximate. American Liver Foundation reports indicate that Cirrhosis is a condition in which 10 to 20% of heavy drinkers develop.
  3. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis: It is a disease in which bile juice becomes stuck in the liver.
  4. Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC) is a chronic disease that slowly destroys the Liver. It causes inflammation in the Bile duct which further results in bile duct destruction.

Cirrhosis Liver

Symptoms of early-stage cirrhosis include no apparent symptoms.

  • Weakness/fatigue/exhaustion
  • Insatiableness
  • Weight loss/sudden weight increase
  • Nausea
  • Jaundice
  • Itching (pruritis).
  • Tightening of the stomach or swelling
  • Swelling of the ankles
  • Easy bruising
  • Spider naevi: dilated veins on the upper chest.
  • Slow healing
  • Palms are warm and vibrant red.
  • Asterexis >> sudden violent, involuntary twitching of the hands when they are held outstretched.
  • Gynaecomastia >> an enlargement in the breast in males
  • Changes in personality
  • Increased irritability
  • Inability of concentrating
  • Memory weakness
  • Indifference to personal appearance

Liver Cirrhosis: Complications

  • Ascites or generalized swelling (oedema of the body)
  • Hepatic Hepatic Encephalopathy
  • Bleeding due to varices. Varices are abnormally longed blood vessels and dilated. Cirrhosis, which is stagnation in blood flow, causes blood vessel swelling. Increased pressures in the vessel can cause it to burst and cause bleeding. Blood vessels in your stomach (food-pipe), umbilical veins (vessels in the centre abdomen),
  • Hypersplenism >> A condition that results in an enlarged spleen
  • Infection

Diagnosis of Liver Cirrhosis

The initial stages of the condition may not indicate cirrhosis. A history that has caused the liver injury is a sign of possible future cirrhosis.

Your doctor will determine if you have cirrhosis.

  • Physical exam
  • Liver function tests >> liver enzymes can show mild-to-moderate elevation.
  • Ultra Sonography Studies >> non-invasive, sensitive indicator if there is an abnormal size to the liver
  • CAT scan >> noninvasive, sensitive test to determine the severity and early detection of cancer.
  • Liver biopsy >> is considered to be the gold standard for diagnosis. It is possible to obtain small amounts of the liver via laparoscopic (percutaneous), transjugular or transjugular procedures.

A liver biopsy is often thought to be the gold standard for diagnosing cirrhosis. However, it can still be useful if it is indicated by radiological and clinical studies.

Treatment of Cirrhosis and Liver Disease

Conventional treatment

The stage and type of liver disease that causes liver cirrhosis can be treated. It revolves around

  • Preventing further damage and loss of liver tissue
  • Avoid complications
  • Treatment for complications
  • Early detection is the best way to detect cancer.
  • Surgery >> Liver transplant.

Preventing liver cells from further degradation

Cirrhosis represents the most severe stage in many liver diseases. But, the good news is that this process can be halted by effective treatment.

  • Alcohol should be consumed in moderation. If possible, avoid alcohol altogether.
  • Hepatitis B causes significant cirrhosis. Talk to your physician about vaccinations for the hepatitis B virus.
  • Avoid high-risk sexual behaviour. HBV/HCV infections are most commonly spread by multiple sex partners, the indiscriminate and uncontrolled use of needles, pills, syringes, and paraphernalia for drug addiction, like nasal cocaine.
  • Avoid contact with chemicals and toxic substances that could harm your liver. Wear protective clothing when working around toxic substances.
  • Avoid smoking. Maintain a healthy diet. Avoid eating saturated fats as well as greasy foods (French fries and cheeseburgers). They are known to increase the liver burden.
  • Keep your weight within the range of your age and gender.
  • Avoid foods that are rich in colours and chemical additives.
  • Consider your safety when purchasing vitamins or other supplements. Some supplements may cause more stress on an already strained liver.

Other options are available:

  • Medications
  • Transplantation of Liver


  • Interferons — drugs used in chronic viral diseases of the liver. It increases the body’s immunity system against viruses.
  • Corticosteroids >> used in cases of cirrhosis or other autoimmune liver diseases. The steroids keep the immune cells in check from attacking the liver cells. Their long-term usage can have adverse side effects that affect almost every organ system in the body.
  • Wilson’s syndrome and Hereditary Hemochromatosis both require that the liver be cleansed of excess substance. Wilson’s condition can lead to excessive copper deposits, while Hereditary Hemochromatosis is associated with excess iron deposition. It is possible to stop the progression and progression of existing cirrhosis by treating the underlying condition.
  • Nutritious supplements, including fat-soluble vitamins, are essential to avoid deficiencies.

Transplantation Liver

Although expensive, a liver transplant can increase survival rates by 80-90%. If you have progressive cirrhosis or multiple serious complications that could be life-threatening, you may need a liver donation.

Homoeopathic Treatments to Liver Cirrhosis

Homoeopathic medicines treat the underlying cause for Cirrhosis. This will help to reduce the effects of Cirrhosis.

Homoeopathy aids in reducing cellular damage. Homoeopathy cannot treat scarred tissues since it is not possible for them to regenerate.

Homoeopathic medicines can reduce the viral count in Hepatitis, which is caused by HBV/HCV, and give symptomatic relief.

Homoeopathic medications can help prevent the progression of liver cirrhosis.


1. Interferon is a drug that’s used to treat chronic Liver Cirrhosis.

2. Leptandra Virginia (Leptandra): This homoeopathic drug can also be used to treat jaundice and pain in the liver region.

3. Corticosteroids: Steroids stop immune cells from attacking the Liver tissues.


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