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This remedy belongs to the group OVERLY CONCERNED FOR THE WELFARE OF OTHERS like Calcarea Carbonica.
They suffer for those they love, and even feel their pain. But things always work out differently than we expect and we cannot control another's destiny. Red Chestnut is a good remedy for codependents and enablers. One must learn to have faith that each person will find their way. Good remedy for countertransference. It is similar to Chicory but much more selfless. But there is great attachment to those held dear. Overprotection and self-sacrifice are common in this state. The person is even afraid of harmless symptoms, and constantly tells their children to "be careful.”
Red Chestnut also belongs to the group THOSE WHO HAVE FEAR along with MIMULUS, ROCK ROSE, CHERRY PLUM, and ASPEN. Weakness and nervousness are common. There is a tightening of the stomach to hold on to others, and worry wears away at the nervous system. It is a state caused by trauma or fear, and like HYDROGEN requires wholeness to survive. One can harbor feelings of helplessness and self blame, as well as extreme terror and panic. A good antidote to accidents, sudden illness and natural disasters, when there is difficulty coping with the onrush of elemental energies. Also excellent in the treatment of holocaust survivors and refugees. The solar plexus is frozen with fear, like Stramonium. There is an accelerated heart rate, sobbing, choking sensation, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, sensitivity to noise and touch, fainting and internal trembling. RED CHESTNUT WILL RESTORE EQUILIBRIUM AFTER A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. The adrenal overload is repaired after so much fright, and peace of mind is restored. A perceived closeness to death of self or loved one can cause panic and internal trembling. It also antidotes chronic worry and loss of sleep. PTSD, ANGER, HATRED, IRRATIONAL BEHAVIOR, RESENTMENT and
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