Bryonia alba

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Synonyms for Bryonia alba

white-flowered vine having thick roots and bearing small black berries

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Nux vomica (200C potency) helped 34 patients, Arsenic album (10M) aided 26, Bryonia alba (200C) helped 8, and Chamomilla (10M) aided 7.
The adaptogenic effects of Schisandra chinensis were assessed together with the effects of the adaptogen Bryonia alba in a placebo controlled double blind study of several groups of athletes (Panossian 1999).
(3-5) Also, it contains two active botanical ingredients, Bryonia alba 6x and Rhus toxicodendron 6x, that have long been used to treat joint, tendon, and muscle pains.
* Bryonia Alba: Stitches and stiffness in small of the back.
In that influenza pandemic, the two homeopathic medicines used in the most cases were Gelsemium, still a very common medicine prescribed in the first stage of influenza cases today, and Bryonia alba, most often given in the later, more respiratory stages of influenza.