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Homeopathy for Depression

Homeopathic remedies will help a person with symptoms of depression causes various biochemical causes, including post partum depression. 
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Nutritional Supplements and Depression
Depression and Nutrition
Homeopathic Remedies for Depression
Five Biotypes of Depression

Videos To Watch:
Nutrient Therapy by Dr. Bill Walsh
Five Biotypes of Depression
High Copper and Depression
High Copper and Low Zinc
Under methylation and Depression
Over Methylation and Depression
Pyrrole Disorder and Depression
Mercury Toxicity

Nutritional Supplements for Depression
Key nutritional supplements are also extremely important in depression, and healthy body functions including adequate Vitamin B Complex, unrefined salt for adrenal support, iodine for thyroid support, serotonin and others.

Depression and Nutrition
Adequate diet with enough protein is very important to digestion to make the right amounts of the right neurotransmitters.

Homeopathic Remedies for Depression

  • Alumina
    Powerful depression: despair, anger, anxiety. often contemplates suicide; alternates with contained state. Withdraws into self (like Nat Mur, Aurum). Desire to kill self with knife. PMS; post natal depression. Confusion with sudden bouts of rage or violent impulses

  • Arsenicum album
    For people who worry excessively about health. Perfectionists. Overly critical of themselves and others. Worse in cold weather.  Better with warmth.  Very sensitive to pain and suffer most between midnight and 2 am.

  • Aurum metallicum
    Usually workaholics with an excessive sense of duty. Prone to despair, depression and feelings of worthlessness. Suicidal thoughts can be of jumping from a tall building after failure in their work or losses in their personal life like death of divorce. Better by walking outdoors. Endoginous / organic depression; in the pit of despair, with self-loathing; self-recrimination, isolation. Silent, flat emotional expression. Does not weep. Suicide seems an attractive option; thinks fondly of death.

  • Calcium carbonica
    Strong, dependable and industrious. Inwardly are shy and introverted. Depression from being fatigued, anxious, withdrawn and self-pitying by overwhelming work pressures. Chilly but sweat easily with often a sour odor to sweat or stools. Sluggishness.  Insomnia. Easy weight gain, craves dairy, sweets and comfort foods.  Wants a feeling of protection and support of others in times of depression.

  • Ignatia amara
    Depression after grief, despair or emotional upset. Outbursts of hysteria or mood swings. Constant lump in the throat and frequent bouts of yawning. Used for loss of a loved one or shock of bad news.  The chief remedy for grief (with Nat Mur). Both feel unloved during childhood, trauma of losing love. (Nat Mur) is more controlled, silent grief. Ignatia will sob hysterically at first, shock reaction, followed by weeks of emotional volatility. Loss of control; hysterical. Also tends to isolate herself. Has epilepsy, cramps, numbness, etc. Can be deep or prolonged; uncontrolled weeping, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite; hysteria.

  • Kali phosphoricum
    Exhaustion from overwork. The person becomes shy, withdrawn. Startles at sudden noises. Muscular weakness, yellow discharges and may wake early with hunger pangs.

  • Lachesis mutas
    For depression caused by repression, jealousy or suspicion. Very talkative. They have a strong need to express themselves. Commonly used for menopausal depression.  Worse on waking and suffers with hot flushes or sweats.

  • Lycopodium
    Not really a depressive type; but withdraws; sits/broods; has little self-respect; entertains suicidal thoughts; worse when waking, improves as day goes on.

  • Natrium carbonicum
    Depressed after a loss or disappointment. Gentle and caring type of person. Hide their feelings from others. Weak digestive systems and a intolerance to dairy products. When depressed, they isolate themselves and may listen to sad music.

  • Natrium muraticum
    For sensitive, refined, serious-minded people.  Strongly suppressed feelings of anger, grief or fear of losing control. Closing up these feelings may lead to depression. Aversion to consolation from others. Emotions are not expressed and instead controlled. Need to be alone to cry and can be moved to tears by music. Frequent migraines. Worse in the sun, strong cravings for salt.  More prone to depression than any other group; arises from suppressed sadness, inability to cry. Many abused women. Sudden onset. Triggered by loss of love such as bereavement, separation; series of traumas, starting with difficult birth; lack confidence and self-esteem. A silent depression; apathy; sleeps/eats a lot. Better for company; but withdrawn. Consolation makes her worse. Related to hormones in female cycle. Suicidal; manic depressives, depression alternating with euphoria.

  • Nat Sulph
    Depression and mania. Pressure of thoughts, dwells on past. Thoughts crowd in, obsessive. Many regrets. Unrealistic romantic desire. A gentle melancholy, but resists suicide because of strong family ties. Very sensitive, emotional person, strong sense of values. Claustrophobia, stoicism, self-reproach in more depressive cases.

  •  Phoshoric Acid
    Profound grief, ailments from grief; separation from partner, emotions shut down. They can remember a time when they were happy, and that their feelings are not normal. Being in a state of limbo. Long term grief. Very passive.

  • Pulsatilla
    Wandering pains. The person is impressionable and childish with emotions. Mood swings, clingy, yielding and sensitive. Cry easily and want consolation and need the support of others when sad or depressed. Used for depression due to hormonal changes after childbirth or menopause. Crave sweet foods and put on weight more easily. Sensitive to withdrawal of affection; insecure, weeps, runs to bedroom when unhappy, or shouts and cries; irritable. When happy, excitable or mild and co-operative; fun loving, sociable; flirtatious; interested in personal side of relationships.

  • Sepia
    The depressed person feels exhausted and irritable.  Feel overwhelmed by their family or work responsibilities. Irritable towards their loved ones. Very useful for post partum  depression (from high copper toxicity), loss of sexual libido and menopause symptoms. There is a dragging down and sagging feeling in the pelvic area and uterus. When true nature suppressed, loses spirit, deadens appetite for life; sluggish mentally and physically, loses enthusiasm; emotions blunted, she becomes indifferent (to family), just feels irritable, impatient; unsociable. Loses enjoyment of being sociable, indifferent to pleasure. Drained of energy and motivation. Feels panicky, weepy, anxious; restless; fears develop; fear of insanity; depression, suicidal; agoraphobia, withdrawal.

  • Staphysagria
    Suppressed emotions, including rage, that can erupt under severe pressure. The person is usually sweet, mild and yielding, but they can be addicted to work. A high sex drive is present. Stress related headaches and chronic stomachache occur remedy and ailments from mortification or insult.

  • Veratrum Album
    Manic-depressive psychosis, with manic side more to the fore. Restless, aimlessly busy, cannot sit still. Depression - brooding despair; sits silently for hours thinking about how wretched he feels. Despairs of recovery; suicidal.

Nutrient Therapy For Behavior Disorders by Dr. Bill Walsh
(1:45 minutes)

Excess Copper Type of Depression

  • These people have high norepinephrine (which is a precursor to adrenaline) as a result of high copper.
  • These people have low zinc means low GABA, which is a calming neurotransmitter
  • Based on Dr. Walsh's research, 17% of the people with depression are in this category.
  • These are the key symptoms in this type of depression:
    • ADHD hyperactivity in childhood
    • Hormone imbalances
    • Intolerance to estrogen, shellfish, and chocolate (these are all high copper foods)
    • Ringing in the ears (Tinnitus)
    • Severe anxiety
    • Sleep disorder
    • Skin sensitivity to metals and rough fabrics
    • Sensory issues with light, odors, sound and texture (tactile defensiveness) and Sensory Processing Disorder symptoms)
    • Commonly seen in seen in post-partum depression in women (95%)
    • Commonly seen in ADHD, autism, schizoprehnia, etc.
    • Low metallothinine
    • Low zinc means low GABA, which is a calming neurotransmitter
    • High copper means too little dopamine and very high norepinephrine

High Copper and Depression Video by Dr. Bill Walsh
(1:07 minutes)


High Copper and Low Zinc by Dr. Bill Walsh
(1:27 minutes)


  1. Under Methylated Type of Depression
    • These people have low levels of serotonin and dopamine.
    • Based on Dr. Walsh's research, 38% of the people with depression are in this category.
    • These people have high histamine and when tested their whole blood histamine test results are above 70.
    • These are the key symptoms in this type of depression:
      • Very strong willed, stubborn

      • History of competitiveness in sports

      • Obsessive/compulsive tendencies

      • History of perfectionism

      • Ritualistic behaviors

      • Seasonal inhalant and other environmental allergies (75% have this)

      • Low tolerance for pain

      • Frequent headaches

      • Allergic reactions like hives and to mosquito bites

      • Addictive tendencies (can be addicted very quickly as adult to alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc.)

      • Delusions (thought disorders)

      • High libido - high sex drive (teens and adults)

      • Family history of high accomplishment (doctor, lawyer, engineer, MBA, professionals, etc.)

      • Calm demeanor - but high inner tension

      • Absence or sparse body hair

      • High fluidity - watery discharge from, tears from eyes and excessive saliva (including spitting) more than average person

      • Non-compliance with therapies (adults, often males)

    • Read more Methylation

    Under Methylation and Depression Video by Dr. Bill Walsh
    (1:32 minutes)


  2. Over Methylated Type of Depression
    • These people have a folate deficiency.
    • Their whole blood histamine levels when tested are below 40 ng/ml and they have an elevated SAMe/SAH ratio.
    • Based on Dr. Walsh's research, 20% of the people with depression are in this category.
    • These are the key symptoms in this type of depression:
      • High anxiety or panic tendency

      • Sleep disorders

      • Depression

      • Self mutilation (including multiple tattoos, including multiple piercings in teens and adults)

      • Nervous legs, pacing

      • Obsessions without compulsions

      • High energy - hyperactive, bodies have move a lot

      • High pain threshold

      • Low motivation in school

      • Verbosity, loquacity - they talk a lot

      • High artistic and/or musical ability, very creative

      • Paranoia

      • Belief that everyone thinks badly of them

      • High empathy for others, very sensitive emotionally

      • Non-competitive in sports

      • Food and chemical sensitivities

      • Absence of seasonal allergies

      • Intolerant to anti-histamines

      • Low libido (adults)

      • More body hair, hairy (hirutism)

      • Dry eyes (can't wear contact lenses) and dry mouth, dry mucus membranes

      • Adverse reactions to SSRI's, antidepressants, SAMe, Methionine

    • Read more Methylation

    Over Methylation and Depression Video by Dr. Bill Walsh
    (1:41 minutes)


  3. Pyrrole Disorder
    • These people have a reduced serotonin and GABA.
    • Pyrrole levels through urine testing that are less than 10 μg/dL is normal.
    • Pyrrole levels through urine testing that are between 10 and 20 μg/dL is considered borderline.
    • Pyrroles levels through urine testing that are over 20 μg/dL is considered pyroluria.
    • This is a condition of very high oxidative stress.
    • Based on Dr. Walsh's research, 15% of the people with depression are in this category.
    • These are the key symptoms in this type of depression:
      • Abnormal fat distribution
      • Acne
      • ADHD, Bipolar
      • Delayed growth
      • Delayed puberty
      • Dry skin, eczema
      • Easy bruising
      • Extreme mood swings
      • Inability to tan fair skin.
      • Little or no dream recall  (low B6)
      • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
      • Low in Omega 6's (Arachidonic acid)
      • Low levels in B6,  Zinc, and Magnesium
      • Poor stress control
      • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
      • Preference for spicy foods
      • Sensitivity to light and noise
      • Severe anxiety
      • Tinnitus ringing in the ears
      • White spots on fingernails
      • Wound healing is poor

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression Video by Dr. Bill Walsh
(2:00 minutes)

  1. Toxic Overload Depression
    • These people have high levels or arsenic, cadmium, mercury and/or lead.
      • Arsenic - can be determined through hair testing
      • Cadmium: causes kidney damage.
      • Mercury: no safe level, accumulates in the brain and kidney and disrupts numerous brain and body fucntions.
      • Lead: Toxic metals in the brain can cause great mischief including the following: weakening of the blood-brain barrier, altered neurotransmitter levels, destruction or demyelination of the myelin sheath, increased oxidative stress, destruction of glutathione and other protective proteins.
    • Based on Dr. Walsh's research, 5% of the people with depression are in this category.
    • These are the key symptoms in this type of depression:
      • Abdominal pain and cramping
      • Bad breath
      • Depression that arises suddenly during a period of relative calm and wellness
      • Failure to respond to counseling or psychiatric medications
      • Metallic taste in mouth
      • Increased irritability
      • Headaches and muscle weakness
      • Insomnia
      • Low energy
      • Mood swings
      • Muscle twitching
      • Muscle atrophy
      • Nervousness
      • Kidney and liver damage
      • Significant cognitive decline
      • Tremors
      • Weakness

Mercury Toxicity by Dr. Bill Walsh
(3:12 minutes)


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