Homeopathic Approach


The basic approach in Homeopathy is to evaluate the disease of CHD in its whole extent, that is giving consideration and value to all the symptoms which might be inter related to one another and characterizing a case as an individual. A lot of emphasis is given to the patient as a whole besides minutely studying various aspects of CHD. There is no single specific remedy for all the cases of CHD, therefore it becomes important to individualize each and every case. By timely management and homeopathic treatment CHD can be effectively controlled.


The Homeopathic Remedies should be taken under the supervision of a qualified Homeopathic Consultant as self-treatment may result in unnecessary side effects and thus complicate the case.

  • In Myocardial infarction the primary need is to absorb the blood clot and prevent further damage to the  heart. The first homeopathic medicine which usually comes into action is ARNICA.
  • For pain and anxiety the following medicines may be helpful: Aconite, Arsenic, Cactus, Carbo veg, Tarentula. The shock that follows Myocardial infarction may be controlled by the following medicines: Arnica, Arsenic album, Carbo veg, Veratrum album.
  • Some supporting homeopathic medicines like:

Arjuna, Apocyanum, Ammonium causticum, Aurum metallicum, Crategus, Cocaine, Cuprum aceticum, Liatris, Natrum iodatum, Sumbul, Sambucus may be helpful

Once acute phase of CHD is under control a constitutional medicine may be prescribed for long lasting relief. These remedies are similar to the peculiar nature of the patient. To select these remedies homeopathic physician must carefully assess your entire symptom picture, figure out your personality, your hopes and fears, your family history, and put it all together to come up with the single individual remedy that best fits your picture.

Some of these constitutional medicines include:

Arnica, Arsenic album, Ammonium carb, Argentum nitricum, Aurum metallicum, Apis, Cimicifuga, Kali carb, Lithium carb, Medorrhinum, Phosphorous, Tabacum, Thuja, Syphilinum, Sulphur