Substances & Homeopatic Remedies

Terebinthina laricina

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Clinical information:

At this point it is not known, which Terebinthina was used in the first provings.
The German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia, (HAB1) in its edition of 1978 (and supplements) prescribes the Terebinthinae laricina (Resina laricis): this is the crude, non-distilled Larch turpentine oil.
It is the resin obtained by drilling trunks of Larix decidua Mill, containing not less 10 and not more than 20 per cent of constituents, volatile in steam. The mother tincture is prepared by method 4a using ethanol.