Homeopathy Method

Methods described in this page to be performed with qualified physician / practioner!

Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine in which practitioners treat patients using highly diluted preparations that are believed to cause healthy people to exhibit symptoms that are similar to those exhibited by the patient.. So substances that would cause certain symptoms in otherwise healthy individuals
will actually treat those same symptoms in ill persons. In an article written in 1919, Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) was considered an
excellent treatment for hydrocele. The described treatment involves aspiration initially, so is probably not a treatment you can do yourself.

Professor A. J. Howe cured hydrocele almost exclusively with this agent [Thuja]. The following is the course he adopted as described in his own words:

In an ounce of warm sterilized water pour a dram of Lloyd’s Thuja. Mix thoroughly by drawing a quantity into the syringe,and forcing it back repeatedly for a few times, then draw up about two drams of the dilute mixture in the barrel of the syringe to be ready for use. Introduce a large exploring needle into the sac of the tunica vaginalis testis and allow the fluid to escape. Before withdrawing the needle, place the nozzle of the loaded syringe into the needle’s open mouth and with a plunge of the piston force the diluted Thuja into the cavity recently distended with serum. Then in order to cause the liquid to enter every crevice of the sac of the hydrocele, pinch and knead the scrotum with the fingers quite vigorously. The needle is then withdrawn. The pain induced is quite considerable for at least half an hour, then the patient goes about his business and usually no additional treatment is required.

The above method, with some unimportant variations, has been in general use among our physicians since suggested by Professor Howe, and the result as reported by very many has been satisfactory.

Click the link below for more information on Thuja:
http://www.henriettesherbal.com/eclectic/ellingwood/thuja.html

One of the buttercup species, Rununculus bulbosus (also known as Acrid
Crowfoot, Bulbous Buttercup, Cuckoo Buds, Crowfoot, Frogwort, King’s
Cup, Meadowbloom, Pilewort, St. Anthony’s Turnip) is used topically to
treat a hydrocele. It is available as a tincture for external
application. Sanukehl Myc 5X, a diluted extract from a bacteria called Mycobacterium bovis is used by homeopaths to treat a hydrocele.

It is usually used as an injection so again, a qualified practitioner would need to administer it.