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In eczema and poorly healing wounds Aristolochia clematis is outstanding by superior to calendula in this respect.

~ Dr. Edward  Whitmont





Further study of Clematis

Tags: aristolochia, calendula, dushyantdhari, whitmont, wounds

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This is news to me. Did Dr Whitmont mean to take in potency or apply to the wound itself?

It is quit interesting as well as useful. I am eagerly waiting for more details. 

Very nice info Dr Dushyant. Can you kindly suggest in what potency it is recommended and also tell us orally or in form of mother tincture.

Tincture form for outer applications and in potency for internal intake.

from

Psyche and Substance, by Whitmont

page176

external injuries from rubbing, pressure and contusions.

Chronic ulcers and suppuration of hands and feet.

Phlegmon, infected ulcers, dermatitis

(10% ointment or 1-2 tablespoons of tincture to 500 cc water.)

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