Verat alb is a homeopathic remedy that helps reduce hyperactive behavior and restlessness naturally.
English Name: Verat alb (30C)
Latin Name: Veratrum album
What is Verat alb (30C)?
Verat alb (30C) is the homeopathic ingredient prepared from a perennial plant that belongs to the lily or Melanthiaceae family. A common name for the plant is white hellebore. This homeopathic medicine was discovered years ago and has a long history of medicinal use for the effective treatment of mental and physical symptoms.
Homeopathic medicines may be produced from healing substances, neutral substances or highly toxic substances like arsenic. Yet through the unique homeopathic process, they all become safe, deep-acting medicines. In fact, highly diluted homeopathic treatments made from poisonous or toxic materials have effects that are the opposite from those of the original substance. A 30C preparation has been diluted into a ratio of 1 part to 100 parts liquid 30 times.
Medicinal Uses of Verat alb (30C)
Verat alb (30C) is a proven homeopathic remedy used to bring about emotional stability in adults and children. It can help soothe the nerves during episodes of tumultuous inner struggle or conflict. Regular use of this treatment can result in fewer temper tantrums in adults and children who struggle with self-regulation and emotional control1.
Verat alb is often recommended for children who display hyperactive behavior, including those who tend to be critical and restless in nature, as it can induce calmness and ease mood swings1.
Verat alb is also an effective homeopathic remedy for the symptoms of parvovirus in dogs, such as vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and intense retching. The remedy will promote firmer, healthier stools.
Products Featuring Verat alb
1. Editors, ADDitude. "Homeopathic Remedies for ADHD: Research and Reviews of Popular Options." ADDitude. March 22, 2018. Accessed February 09, 2019. https://www.additudemag.com/homeopathy-for-adhd-popular-remedies-scientific-evidence/.
2. ‘Parvovirus.” All Dog Zen. February 10, 2016. Accessed 3/1/2019. https://www.alldogzen.com/homeopathic-remedies/parvovirus/