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Botanical name : Aesculus carnea Hayne.

Family : Hippocastanaceae

Synonyms :

  • Latin : Aesculus rubicundal Loisel;
  • English: Red horse-chestnut horse-chestnut) and A. pavia (Red buckeye), native of eastern North America.
  • German: Rosskastanie


Fear for another, rooted in strong bonds of affection that appear to be threatened by adverse circumstances. Need to protect the threatened other; yet, this may not be possible due to distance or other reasons, and anxieties escalate. Imaginations in regard to adverse happenings, such as accidents, assume exaggerated proportions; one anticipates disaster. Irrational worries and anxieties, loss of calm reasoning power, superstitions, faithlessness. Inability to let go, to release the other to destiny and providence. Self-blame for not being able to protect the other as one wishes. Underlying fear of being abandoned. Heightened nervousness, fragility of nerves, sense of alarm.

  • MIND – CONFUSION of mind
  • MIND – SPEECH – inarticulate


Intense nervousness, is easily startled; inner tremor. Weakness, low stamina, and insomnia from fright and continued worry; . Tightening with simultaneous weak feeling in stomach and abdominal region; these responses appear as futile psychosomatic attempts to hold on and protect the other from dangers;

  • Digestive weakness.
  • Any illness that carries fears for another in its symptom picture; chronic nervousness and digestive disturbances during acute phases appear as the leading physical manifestations.


Rock Rose: Terror and fright as a loved one is threatened with approaching death or severe illness; extreme fragility of nerves. Aspen: Superstitious fears and forebodings, lack of faith.

Cherry Plum: Fear of personally hurting a loved one due to heightened mental strain and failure to control irrational, homicidal impulses.

Star of Bethlehem: Trauma, shock, and grief after a loved one has been hurt.

Chicory: Fussy overcare and concern with details in regard to another’s welfare; attempt to be in charge.

Agrimony: Repeated, milder worries about the health and welfare of others; anxious projection into the future; restlessness and lack of inner peace.

Homoeopathic Medicine And Red chestnut

Rhus toxicodendron: Intense fear for others, especially for own children; nervous apprehension and restlessness; tendency to superstitions; compulsiveness; want of appetite; diarrhea containing blood and mucus; (rheumatism and arthritis, worse cold and wet); insomnia.

Platinum: Irrational fears that absent husband would never come home; fears to be abandoned; (self-absorbed and haughty); nausea, anxiety, and weakness in stomach region; eating disorders (bulimia); spasms, numbness, constrictive feeling as from a band around parts; nervousness; insomnia.

Arsenicum album: Seeks safety for own self and others; wants to establish order; anxious when out of touch and helpless, worries that others could meet with an accident; cannot tolerate the sight or smell of food; gastralgia; dysentery, bloody; intense nervousness, restlessness; insomnia.

Causticum: Fear that loved ones are harmed, intensely sympathetic and caring; motivated socially to aid the oppressed and those who suffer from illness or other calamities, yet may not be able to help; (acidic stomach); emaciation from continued worry; nervous weakness; (generally improved in wet weather).

Cocculus indicus: Anxiously watches over loved ones, especially during illness; attends day and night, gives unceasingly; cannot think of anything else; loss of appetite, disgust at smell of food; nausea and faintness, worse from motion; abdomen aches, sharp pains, distended; nervous depletion, sensation of interior hollowness; insomnia from anxious worry for others.

Carcinosin: Sensitive and sympathetic, may worry about others, is especially concerned with health of loved ones; anxious, timid, and prone to anticipatory worries; (may repress anger, prone to feel guilty); (loves travel, dancing, music, excitement, thunderstorms); (chronic fatigue syndrome); insomnia.

Hepar sulphur: Oversensitive to outside impressions, pain, and cold; overly anxious; fears for the health of loved ones, nervous apprehension; impulse to kill family members with a knife, with subsequent regret (cf. Cherry Plum); loss of appetite, burning in the stomach, easily deranged digestion; insomnia.

Zincum sulphuricum: Nervous anxiety and depression; irrational fears such as from distressing imagination of one’s child or loved one getting hurt, particularly during headache (Clarke, 1901); cramps, pain, and burning in stomach, with prostration; chronic dysentery with emaciation; (constriction, titillation, and sensations of electric shock in various body parts).

Arnica montana: Distraught and nervous over worry for loved one; feels shaky and fragile, prone to start and shun away from jar or impact; fear of approaching vehicles; inner trembling; stomach region and region about navel feel weak and sunken, with prostration; weakness and pain as from dislocation in limbs; insomnia from anxious thoughts; (several of author’s cases in need of Arnica montana showed a concurrent Red Chestnut dynamic).

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