Cina is a homeopathic remedy used for irritable temper issues and intestinal worms.
The Many Benefits of Cina
English Name: Snake Jasmine
Latin Name: Rhinacanthus nasuta
What is Cina Made From?
Cina is prepared by harvesting the wormseed herb plant in the fall. The unopened flower heads are coarsely ground and formed into a powder, which is then macerated in alcohol. The solution is diluted and succussed to form the homeopathic remedy.
What is Cina?
Cina is a homeopathic remedy commonly used as a safe, reliable natural treatment for children. The unopened flower heads contain the vermicide “santonin,” known as a treatment for some types of intestinal worms. Cina is also known as a fever reducer and a digestive aid.
Homeopathic medicines may be produced from healing substances, neutral substances, or highly toxic substances. Yet through the unique homeopathic process, they all become safe, deep acting medicines. In fact, remedies made from poisonous or toxic material have effects opposite from the original substance. Homeopathic remedies are based on the belief that “like cures like,” in tiny dilution.
Medicinal Uses of Cina?
Cina is a homeopathic remedy often given to children. It is used for intestinal worms, temper tantrums and irritability, coughs and colds, whooping cough (pertussis), sleep problems such as difficulty falling asleep or restless sleep, and twitching or spasming muscles, especially from being scolded.
From a homeopathic remedy profile perspective, Cina is most beneficial to people who are very irritable, restless and frantic, and have a hard time sitting still. It is often helpful for children and young people. Cina is also helpful for those who have a difficult time sleeping.
Products Featuring Cina
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Reviewed by Master Herbalist, Mary Ellen Kosanke