Thea Chinensis(Mother Tincture)

Common Name: Tea. 

Causes & Symptoms for Thea Chinensis

  • Thea is well indicated in complaints of nervousness, heart troubles, sleeplessness.
  • Congestion and fullness in the head spreading from one point to other.

Mind and Head

Irritability, aversion to mental work,quarrelsome, desire to lie down.

Persistent thoughts, vertigo while walking.

Shocking and pulsating type of headache with shocks, and weakness.

Eyes, ear, nose

Dizziness with brightness felt in the front of the eyes.

Roaring in the ears, with pains and hearing difficulty is relieved with Thea Chinensis.

Mouth and Throat

Bad breath in the mouth, decayed tooth, dryness felt in the mouth.

Hoarseness with painful swelling in the throat is relieved with Thea Chinensis.

Stomach and abdomen

Loss of appetite with aversion to food, easily satisfied with little food.

Nausea after eating food.

Female complaints

Tenderness, pain and soreness felt in the ovarian region is an indication for Thea.


Complaints of disturbed sleep is relieved with Thea Chinensis.

Trembling felt more in the extremities, with weakness and no desire to wrok.

Side effects of Thea Chinensis 

There are no such side effects. But every medicine should be taken following the rules as given. 

It is safe to take the medicine even if you are on other mode of medication like allopathy medicines, ayurvedic etc. 

Homeopathic medicines never interfere with the action of other medicines.

Dosage and rules while taking Thea Chinensis

Take 10 drops in half cup of water three times a day.

We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.

Precautions while taking Thea Chinensis

Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use. 

Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication. 

Thea Chinensis Q Mother Tincture - 30 ml

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