SBL Cistus Canadensis 30 CH (30ml) : Sensitive to cold, tonsils, enlarged glands, Itching without eruption


Also known as

Cristian Can



30 CH




82 (gms)


3.5 cm by 3.5 cm by 9.5 cm

Cistus Canadensis(Dilution)

complete plant tincture.

Common Name: Frost-weed, Ice-plant, and Rock-rose

Causes & Symptoms for Cistus Canadensis

  • Subjects who are very sensitive to cold air. Cold feelings: in the abdomen and larynx.
  • Swallowing relieves throat symptoms, which are brought on by even mild cold air inhalation.
  • Sleeplessness due to throat dryness and high touch sensitivity that is made worse by touch.
  • The characteristic soft or spongy feeling is very prominent, along with stitches and cold feelings.

Body and Mind

Missing lunch can cause a headache, and Cistus Canadensis can treat a sick headache that is accompanied by chills.

All mental agitation exacerbates the pain, which is then followed by throat stitches that cause coughing.

nose, ear, and eyes

Weight above the eyes, a headache on the right side, and a piercing pain in the center of the upper rim of the orbit.

Cistus Canadensis reduces ear discharge that is unpleasant and ear swelling that starts at the ear.

Cold air inhalation can cause sneezing, pain, burning, and cold-like symptoms.

Mucus makes the nose feel the most comfortable. Nose eczema.

Throat and Mouth

Cistus Canadensis relieves pain in all of the face’s joints, as well as parotid swelling and inflammation.

Tonsillitis; discomfort upon inhaling cold, dry air; cool saliva; cool sensation upon exhalation.

Gums that are swollen and separating from teeth, large glands that resemble knotted cords, and easy bleeding

Consuming food and liquids eases pain from a dry throat, but to stop the dryness from getting too bad—especially at night—you must swallow saliva.

belly and stomach

Cistus Canadensis relieves empty, cool eructations that occur before and after meals and the cold sensation in the stomach.

nausea and diarrhea on a regular basis, a cool sensation throughout the entire abdomen, and back pain that radiates into the groin.

issues that men have

Cistus Canadensis helps to relieve itching in the scrotum.

women’s grievances

Mammae are prolonged and are susceptible to cold air.

Back and Neck

Cistus Canadensis reduces suppuration and swollen glands in the throat and neck.

Coccyx pain that is burning and bruised and is made worse by contact.


Fingertip eruptions, knee and joint pain, and tearing and drawing pains.

Joint, finger, and knee pains, as well as pain in the lower extremities’ muscles and joints.

Cistus canadensis can be identified by the extremely cold-sensitive tips of the fingers.


Hands, palms, and fingers that are thick, hard, dry, and cracked are made worse in the winter.

No eruptions, just constant body itch

Side effects of Cistus Canadensis

Although there are no such side effects, it is still important to take each medication according to the instructions.

Even if you are taking other forms of medication, such as those obtained through allopathy, ayurveda, etc., it is safe to take the medication.

The effectiveness of other medications is never hampered by homeopathic remedies.

Dosage and rules while taking Cistus Canadensis

Three times per day, mix five drops in a half cup of water.

The globules can also be used as medicine; take them as directed by your doctor, usually three times per day.

We advise you to use medical advice when taking.

Precautions while taking Cistus Canadensis

If you take medication, make sure to wait 15 minutes between eating and taking it.

Consult a homeopathic doctor prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing.

While taking medication, refrain from consuming alcohol or tobacco.

Terms and Conditions

Homeopathic medicines have a variety of uses and are prescribed based on symptom similarity; it is assumed that you have sought medical advice before purchasing this medication and are not self-medicating.

BrandSBL Dilutions
Remedy TypeHomeopathic
Country of OriginIndia
Homeo FormsDilution
Potency30 CH / 30CH
Priceâ‚ą 90

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