Anxiety #1 9X (BACNXIET1X9) Panic attacks, anxiety from injury, or fear of upcoming events
PIPER METHYSTICUM (kava-kava) This remedy is used as a stimulant by the natives in Polynesia before undertaking important business or religious ceremonies because it excites the mind and sharpens the faculties making them capable of more intense mental labor without fatigue. Symptoms include mental tension, constrictive feelings of the chest and stomach, heavy sensation behind upper part of the sternum, insomnia, neuralgias, and nerve pains after dental work. Symptoms are worse when reading or thinking but better from movement and open air.
HYPERICUM PERFORATUM (St. John’s Wort) St. John’s Wort has been used for many, many years in the treatment of a wide range of nervous disorders. These disorders include, among others, general depression and depression following wounds and injury to nerve-rich areas of the body such as fingers, toes, the spine, and the coccyx. Hypericum is indicated whenever there is excessive pain or acute sensitivity to pain and is especially useful when there are shooting pains from the injured part. From the descriptions, I would suggest this for learning disabilities that include omitting letters, mistakes in speaking, using words out of order or incorrectly and for the anxiety that such problems create. A great remedy for those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorders.
ACONITUM NAPELLUS (monkshood) Aconite is a polycrest remedy for accidents or illnesses that were sudden enough or severe enough to induce fear, shock, or great anxiety. The anxiety and fear is often accompanied by a fear of death or fear of the future. There will likely be tingling, with coldness and numbness all over the body. This is an excellent remedy for nightmares, phobias, insomnia with thrashing about, despair from pain, and panic attacks The symptoms are usually worse at night.