General Information:

Description: Aconite belongs to the category of poisonous plants of the family of buttercups. All parts of the plant are poisonous, the level of toxicity Aconite depends on the specific species and place of growth. A straight-standing, rarely curly stem reaches a height of two or more meters, the root is thickened, tuberous. Flowers have a helmet-like shape of various colors, usually collected in a long multi-flower brush up to 50 cm long. Flowers of a peculiar form, depending on the species, have a blue, violet, yellow, less often mottled or white color.

Aconite in medicine:

To begin with, it must be recalled that all chemotherapeutic drugs used in standard cancer treatment regimens refer to aggressive substances with a huge number of side effects.

Thus, official antineoplastic agents, like alcohol extract of alkaloid aconite, are harmful not only to cancer cells, but also to healthy organs and tissues. This also applies to chemotherapy drugs of the last generation, working selectively.

However, the action of official medicines in the vast majority of cases can be planned and controlled.

As for the tincture of aconite, the use of this poison even in homeopathic doses is associated with a high risk, since for a stable therapeutic effect, the drug must be taken for a long time.

Aconite Wolfsbane is not included in the WHO approved cancer treatment regimen, as well as other serious diseases.

Nevertheless, homeopathic remedies based on aconite tincture are officially authorized for use in China and India, as well as in Bulgaria.

The healing properties of the plant have been known since ancient times. Moreover, ancient oncologists successfully used aconite in the complex treatment of cancer tumors.

Healing properties of Aconite:

  • perfectly cures various pains in the joints, bones and muscles. The plant has an anesthetic, antibacterial, hemostatic and anti-inflammatory effects;
  • helps cope with a variety of feverish conditions, especially typical of the inhabitants of south-eastern and southern Asia. It is used a hot broth that causes sweating and warming;
  • in people suffering from hypertensive illnesses lowers blood pressure. Moreover, it acts as a stabilizer, it takes 3-4 months to take the tincture;
  • perfectly copes with a variety of hepatitis, which are accompanied by yellowing of the sclera and skin;
  • removes sepsis, including the DIC-syndrome accompanied sepsis;
  • helps to treat almost all diseases associated with the endocrine system;
  • helps to cure natural infectious diseases: enteritis and colitis, all kinds of infectious diseases, diseases of internal organs and upper respiratory tract;
  • has an opposing effect on systemic and autoimmune diseases, which affect several organs simultaneously;
  • activates and raises the weakened immunity;
  • perfectly copes with a variety of poisoning, taking into account and alcoholic. Good for hangover;
  • helps people with cancer. If taken with other herbs in a complex way, Aconite can cure a man completely.

Aconite uses in the treatment of skin diseases, mucous membranes and hair follicles:

External use of aconite tincture gives positive results in the treatment of neuro-allergic diseases with severe cutaneous manifestations: psoriasis, neurodermatitis, erysipelas.

Aconite treatment of aconite tincture has a quick and complete effect in scabies and lice.

Aconite used in the complex treatment can give positive results in the treatment of skin and mucosal cancer, including melanoma.

Aconite uses in the treatment of infectious diseases:

Aconite has been used for a long time to treat infectious diseases, including especially dangerous ones – anthrax, leprosy – and venereal diseases prone to relapse. To obtain a stable effect in these cases, homeopaths prescribe aconite tincture in combination with local treatment of foci of infection on the skin.

Aconite uses in the treatment of allergies, poisoning with berries and mushrooms, bites of poisonous snakes, insects:

One of the most amazing features of extracting alkaloids of aconite is the opportunity to act as an antidote for poisoning by strong poisons of a similar structure.

In this case, the therapeutic effect occurs due to the binding of aconitine to blood cells and / or other human tissues, preventing their interaction with deadly substances.

The alkaloids of aconite ideally “fit” in their chemical formula to the structure of cell receptors. Therefore, the receptors interact with alkaloids of aconite, and not with more dangerous poisons.

Aconite uses in injuries and diseases of bones and joints:

Tincture of aconite helps with bruises, dislocations and fractures, arthritis and polyarthritis, gout and osteochondrosis, radiculitis, various forms of bone cancer.

Aconite uses in neurology and psychiatry:

Homeopathic treatment of Aconite infusion is highly effective in the complex treatment of diseases caused by disorders of the various parts of the nervous system.

In psychiatric and psychotherapeutic practice, Aconite is successfully used in convulsions and epilepsy, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses, neuroses and psychopathies, impotence.

In a neurology, Aconite is used in the therapy of neuralgia and neuritis, migraine and dizziness, Parkinson’s disease, paralysis, beriberi disease, etc.

Aconite uses in the treatment of inflammatory and allergic diseases of the respiratory system:

Aconite is effective for slow and neglected pneumonia, pleurisy and bronchitis, pulmonary tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, angina and acute respiratory infections.

Aconite uses in the treatment of digestive disorders:

Tincture intake helps with gastritis, stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer, constipation and flatulence, hepatitis and cholelithiasis, intestinal colic, worms.

Relaxing action of Aconite on the walls of arterial vessels allows the successful use of its tincture in the complex treatment of angina and hypertension.

Aconite uses in the treatment of other diseases:

Tincture of Aconite is used for:

  • anxiety;
  • anemia;
  • hearing and visual impairment;
  • senile decline of strength;
  • problems with the thyroid gland (goiter);
  • diabetes mellitus;
  • baldness;
  • fibroids of the uterus and persistent uterine bleeding of another nature;
  • edema and cystitis (as a diuretic and anti-inflammatory);
  • adenoma of the prostate;
  • kidney stone disease, etc.

Important information! For oral administration, Aconite is prescribed in microdoses, according to special schemes and with mandatory constant monitoring of well-being. The dose and timing of treatment are most often selected individually. Occurrence of pronounced side effects and complications serves as a signal for the immediate cessation of the administration of aconite, the question of the further possibility of treatment should be decided only by a doctor after professional medical consultation. However, considering the ambiguous attitude of official world medicine to highly toxic poison, the treatment with Aconite under the official supervision of a doctor is very often difficult or impossible.

Aconite uses in the treatment of cancer: advantages and opportunities:

The centuries-old practice of using tincture and / or broth of Aconite in cancer treatment regimens testifies to its high effectiveness and makes it possible to consider it a full-fledged alternative to chemotherapeutic drugs, including medicines of the latest generation.

The main advantages of homeopathic therapy based on high-fatality alkaloids:

prevents the formation of metastases, as well as a significant slowdown (and in some cases – the reverse development) of existing secondary foci of tumors;
the correct application of Aconite practically does not lead to irreversible processes in internal organs;
strict adherence to dosage minimizes the side effects of Aconite;
Aconite not only counteracts the progression of the tumor, but also significantly reduces or eliminates the main symptoms of cancer: pain, depression, intoxication, etc., which is especially valuable in treating elderly people, as well as oncological patients who are weakened by the disease or prolonged courses of official chemotherapy.


If you have an allergy to the action of the poison, the further use of Aconite is completely contraindicated in any doses!

Aconite overdose:

Severe poisoning with Aconite infusion causes dangerous disruption of the vital organs and signals the urgent action to prevent irreversible changes in the body, including death.

In this situation, the drug should be immediately cancelled. If necessary, the patient should receive the antidote. In this case, the effect of treatment is reset, but in this case there is simply no other way out.

In the process of treatment strictly according to the scheme, there may develop signs of intoxication. However, if these signs are noticed in time, and the treatment regimen is adjusted, it will not have to be interrupted. Thus, the patient will have a chance to take advantage of the harmful effect of the drug on tumor cells without significant harm to his health.

The first signs of Aconite poisoning include:

  • general weakness;
  • nausea;
  • impaired sensation and tingling at the fingertips and tongue;
  • malfunctions in the heart (violations of the normal rhythm of the heartbeats).

When these symptoms appear, it is necessary to reduce the single dose of the drug by 3 drops and continue treatment with this dosage until the patient’s condition improves. Only 5% of patients have such measures ineffective. This group of people shows the cessation of treatment and a 2-week rest, after which it is necessary to start again the course of therapy, selecting the appropriate concentration, dosage and sequence of taking the tincture.


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