Some herbal remedies (in tincture form, 1-3 drop doses two times a day, pulse tested) that have worked for my clients lately:
Sweet Leaf (aka Monarda fistulosa aka Bee Balm) for toes that burn and sting in the winter, with a history of past frostbite.
White Oak Bark (Quercus alba) for a feeling of "looseness" in the pelvis, with history of uterine prolapse.
Wormwood (Artemesia--one drop under the tongue, once a week only!) for two boys with Aspergers. Matt Wood describes Sagebrush/Artemesia flower essence in Seven Herbs: Plants as Teachers as being for persons who have a hard time reflecting on their thoughts. I pulse tested it on one boy, it tested. I then had Lise Wolff test it on my son, and it tested well. I immediately noticed an improvement in his responsiveness to us, and less angry outbursts. Be careful with this herb, it is extremely potent and bitter. I would perhaps use the flower essence if I were you...
That's what I know for sure, right now.
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