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Nux vomica (Poison Nut, Strychnos) is a popular 'opening remedy' and is used to clear toxins and waste products from the body. Especially indicated in animals after being treated with many drugs, which it will help counteract the ill effects. Its action will help clear the way so other remedies can do their job. It is also an important constitutional remedy.
It is one of the great, polychrests, because the bulk of its symptoms correspond in similarity with those of the commonest and most frequent of diseases. Nux is called for in many of the conditions that correspond to modern life and domestication.
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