Crotalus horridus, commonly known as the timber rattlesnake, canebrake rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake, is a species of venomous pit viper endemic to the eastern United States. This is the only rattlesnake species in most of the populous northeastern United States and is second only to its cousins to the west, the prairie rattlesnake, as the most northerly distributed venomous snake in North America.



Used for pain relief.


Bleeding: This homeopathic remedy is especially prescribed to stop profuse hemorrhages from any orifice. As mentioned earlier, Crotalus hor. is particularly effective for treating hemorrhages where the bleeding is slow, and watery, and there is copious flow of dark blood that does not clot quite easily. In such conditions, it may often seem as if the blood is present even in the patient’s sweat or tears. Such types of bleeding might possibly be related to a condition of total collapse or any acute infection. In addition, this homeopathic remedy is prescribed to treat septicemia accompanied by hemorrhaging wherein the disintegration of the red blood cells (RBC) is so intense that even the live is besieged, resulting in the commencement of severe health conditions, for instance, jaundice.

Heart disorders: Crotalus hor. is the appropriate homeopathic remedy for administration in the instance of a partial or total collapse after a bout of angina or a heart attack. In such cases, the patient my experience debility, become unconscious and even undergo pain which is more intense on the left part of the body and it will probably spread downwards along the arm to the left hand. In addition, the patient may demonstrate extreme unwillingness to make any movement owing to a sensation that something is about to explode beneath the breastbone.

Stroke: Crotalus hor. is often given to a patient in the case of extreme debility or total collapse following a stroke. In such cases, the patient may suffer from paralysis or damaged functioning of the limbs, which normally occurs on the right side and takes place together with pain that spreads downwards to the left hand. The patient may also undergo additional symptoms, such as nosebleeds and retinal hemorrhaging. In addition, in some cases, the patient is also likely to experience hallucination. Turning to the homeopathic remedy Crotalus hor. helps to ease the symptoms as well as cure the main problem.

Delirium: People who require the homeopathic remedy Crotalus hor. most are those who are perplexed and have disorderly thoughts owing to any severe infection, a heart attack or a stroke. In such conditions, the patients are likely to be touchy, anxious and may be unable to answer queries put forth to them. In addition, some patients may also suffer from insomnia. People who are affected by this symptom may jump out of the bed all of a sudden and try to escape, while babbling and muttering. In effect, these symptoms are also likely to be related to episodes of hallucination mostly attributable to alcoholism.

Throat infections: As a homeopathic remedy, Crotalus hor. is effective for conditions like inflammation and/ or contagions of the throat that are often caused by tonsillitis or laryngitis. When affected by such conditions, the patients experience piercing pain especially on the left portion of the throat and it frequently occurs together with a desiccated, irksome cough. Tender or aching throat is another typical symptom related to the use of Crotalus hor. In such cases, the sore throat is related to problems in swallowing anything. Crotalus hor. is an excellent homeopathic remedy for people who are somewhat slow moving in nature. Such people are inclined to be absentminded and also lose their way even in their own neighbourhood. These people are very likely to fail to remember their place of residence or even the names of people, including relatives and intimate friends. Crotalus hor. as a homeopathic remedy, is beneficial to people who are likely to have some kind of dislike towards some of their family members for several reasons.


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Other names

 Timber rattlesnake, canebrake rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake


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