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Viral infection that places itself in the mucus membranes of the nose is called head cold. Head cold is a very common in the winter months, and it is also called a common cold. Although it can make you quite miserable for a several days, infection in cases of head cold is pretty harmless, and last only up to ten days.

Symptoms and problems associated with head cold usually are sneezing, runny nose, together with congestion and headaches, watery eyes, or mild fever. Staying warm and drinking lots of hot fluids usually helps the body to eventually overcome the infection.

Homeopathic remedies may also be very helpful in relieving the symptoms of head cold homeopathic remedies are diluted plant substances that are safe to use and which can effectively relieve the head cold symptoms. Homeopathic remedies have no side effects and you mist consult your homeopathic expert in order to help you which particular remedy to choose, based on yours specific symptoms, and also to advice you about dosage and ways of use.

Here is short description of some of those remedies, recommended for use in cases of head cold.


Usage of this homeopathic remedy is indicated by symptoms of ache, lethargy, chills along the spine, headache or fever. Also shakes or trembles and heat pressure on the nose and face may be among the symptoms.


This is a commonly used remedy in cases of head cold with watery, red and irritated eyes. Phlegm that is collected in the throat is causing cough and irritation. All those symptoms may get worse at night.

Natrum Muriaticum

Morning sneezing and clear nasal discharges, as a product of head cold are indications for use of this remedy. Also cold sores around the mouth and cracked lips may be present, together with dampened sense of smell and headache.

Aconite Napellus

This particular homeopathic remedy is usually used at first signs of intense and abrupt cold symptoms. Other symptoms that indicate usage of this remedy may be agitation, thirst, aggravation, anxiety, nose discharge or dry nose.


Head colds that produce thick green or yellow mucus are indicators for usage of this remedy. Nose may be runny on the outside and stuffy on the inside. Fever may be elevated in the evenings, and so are the congestion of airways and nose.

Baryta Carbonica

This is a recommended homeopathic remedy in cases of recurrent head colds. Swollen tonsils, lymph nodes and adenoid glands may also be the symptoms for use of this remedy.

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