Anger is the state of mind that reflects an emotional sensitivity. It is caused from emotional sensitivity or weakness or damage to the liver. This can happen from foods and poor dietary habits, pollution and most commonly from almost all medications.
Common over the counter pain relievers are the most frequent offenders. Physical symptoms can also involve digestive problems, high blood pressure and can come from stress.
The medical field may treat anger issues with counseling and various medications such as anti-depressants and other drugs that may have a temporary effect but rarely treats the cause.
The natural perspective is that anger is an emotional imbalance that when properly helped by feeding the liver and heart, a person can find joy and balance in life.
For anger issues in woman due to hormonal imbalance.
Dietary concerns are spicy and sour foods feed anger as well as stimulants and dietary imbalances. Eliminate liver stressors such as tobacco, alcohol, coffee, black tea, caffeine, and sodas.
Simply, eat non-stimulating foods such as a vegetarian diet.
Supplements that aid the liver are NAC (N-acetyl-cysteine), glutathione and magnesium would be helpful with the herbs, cell salt and homeopathics. Also carefully consider a good counselor to help guide you through releasing anger.
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Natural Healing Protocol: Combining supplements will do more to support your body’s ability to function properly than using just one. Use the following remedies for best results — your ability to heal will depend on the severity and length of time your symptoms have been present.
Herbs for Anger Management
Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.
The herbs for relieving anger are generally liver or heart herbs. The liver herbs also address digestive problems. If you get angrier with some of the following liver herbs, then change the herb, or use less as not to aggravate the liver. Healing the heart energy will also rejuvenate the liver energy when liver herbs fail to produce a positive result.
Dave’s Liver Formula – calms the liver energy.
Dandelion root – gentle and effective liver support and cleanser.
Milk thistle – one of the most effective herbs for liver damage and support.
Schizandra – an adaptogen for liver, respiratory, and adrenal glands.
Cordyceps – superb liver adaptogen, athletic performance and adrenal restorer.
St. John’s wort – known for its anti-depressant qualities is actually great for the liver and the nervous system. (Do not use with antidepressant drugs)
Dave’s Positive Mind Formula – calms the heart and mind.
Hawthorn berries – heart tonic rich in antioxidants and cardiovascular, nerve, and antioxidant support.
Cell Salts to Help with Anger
To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.
Cell salts work at an energetic and cellular level to treat organs and unbalanced energy. With cell salt we use a combination for best effects.
#2 Calc phos 6X – shy, insecure, irritable, and for children with growing pains.
#7 Kali sulph 6X – liver support, liver spots.
#9 Nat mur 6X – anger and isolation, doesn’t like to be consoled; craves salt.
Anger Homeopathic Remedies
Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.
Homeopathics are uniquely specific for individuals. Match the symptoms with the individual and see some incredible results. Most homeopathics address liver weakness but will address other organ imbalances and energetic weaknesses.
Bryonia – ailments from anger with anxiety; silent grief; with violence; when answering questions; also in children; when contradicted; worse evenings; from headaches; when frustrated; red face.
Chamomilla – ailments from anger with anxiety; with grief; irritability, yells; children want to be held but refuses things offered; from suppressed menses; digestive issues; with anxiety; coffee increases anger; with red face; with trembling.
Hepar sulph – anger from noise; from pains; with temper tantrums; from slight annoyances; could do violence to others; very sensitive to cold winds; infections.
Lachesis – ailments from anger; cant stand anything tight around neck; fears of snakes; jealous; easily angry; from disappointed love; temper tantrums; from frustration; can cause violence.
Nux vomica – aliments from anger; worse from stimulants; #1 liver remedy; with fright and silent grief; can be violent; with anxiety; often seen in children with stomachaches; from fright; worse mornings; wakes up irritable.
Aconite – anger from shock or a fright.
Anacardium – anger with violence; cursing; unable to emotionally connect.
Aurum metallicum – from business or financial worries or failures; also may feel depressed or suicidal.
Causticum – anger from world injustices; warts on hands or face; tendon problems.
Cina – anger in children with hyperactivity or intestinal parasites; grinds teeth.
Coffea cruda – where the mind is overactive and prevents sleep.
Colocynthis – anger from intestinal upsets or anger causes him to double over in pain.
Ignatia – anger with not wanting to be consoled; sighs from stress of grief.
Kali carb – anger with irritability; this person has a black and white mentality and doesn’t tolerate others; weakness.
Mercurius solubis (or Mercurius vivus) – anger with emotional sensitivity; temperature sensitive person.
Nitricum acid – has also a negative attitude; pains have a splinter-like sensation.
Petroleum – with skin problems such as eczema; worse in winter.
Sepia – anger with hormonal issues; skin issues; low sex drive; feels unattached to family.
Staphysagria – anger from being abused or in a frustrating or abusive situation; may have chronic urinary tract infections.
Sulphur – anger with an intellectual disposition; untidy person; fearless; skin problems; hot feet at night.
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