17 Homeopathic Medicines for Travel



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When packing for a trip, we all have our must-have lists of items to fill our suitcases. A recent blog reader asked me for a list of homeopathic medicines to include while traveling. It’s a great request, but not easy to fill without more information.

Where are you going?

If I were going to a foreign country where the food and water may disrupt my digestive tract, I would certainly want to include homeopathic medicine for gastrointestinal upset. If my family and I were going skiing, I’d probably be less apt to worry about tummies and, instead, I’d be more concerned about medicines applicable to overexertion and injuries. If I were going to a tropical island, I might need the ability to address someone’s sunburn. Or, if I were visiting elderly relatives, I may consider bringing medicines that could assist them with the pathologies of aging.

So, without knowing that crucial piece of information — your destination — I have formulated a list of 17 homeopathic medicines that meet the broad criteria of “travel.” This is by no means an absolute list, and one may choose to customize the list according to their family’s needs and the potential requirements of the destination.

I’m presenting these medicines differently today because I want you to do a little research yourself. In this list of 17 homeopathic medicines for travel, each is linked to a homeopathic pharmacy, where they may be purchased online.* However, I always encourage my students to read, read and read some more. So, I am also including a previous blog post detailing at least one condition for which the medicine might be utilized and which potency of the medicine has been historically shown to act. (One may even choose to travel with more than one potency of some of these medicines to address several conditions.)

So, there’s “homeowork” to do.

Obviously, I can’t list every blog post pertaining to each medicine in this article. Goodness, it would be as long as my arm! So, utilize my website’s search tool to learn even more. Put each medicine’s name in the search bar and read all the blogs that present. Or simply use Google to search my site by each medicine’s name. Don’t know how to use Google for this purpose? Read Let Me Google That for You.

Download — for free — the Remedy Cards from each associated blog and keep them with your new “travel kit.” While you’re at it, download and print the photo below as a label (and reminder).


  1. Aconitum napellus Emergency Remedy Series: Aconitein My Purse
  2. Apis mellifica Edematous Swelling and Apis
  3. Arnica montanaWhen in Doubt: Arnica!
  4. Arsenicum albumStomach Flu
  5. BelladonnaIf You Can’t Stand the Heat … Grab the Belladonna
  6. Cantharis vesicatoriaCantharis for Burns
  7. China officinalis (Chinchona)Sunburn and Dehydration? Homeopathy Offers the Cure
  8. Coffea crudaExquisite Tooth Pain
  9. Gelsemium sempervirensE, F, G: Exhausted, Fatigued … Gelsemium
  10. Hypericum perforatumEmergency Remedy Series: On My Last Nerves
  11. Ignatia amaraPsychological Protection
  12. IpecacuanhaIpecac: The Cough That Nags and Gags
  13. Ledum palustreSummertime and the Ledum Is Easy
  14. Lycopodium clavatumBloating
  15. Mercurius solubilisA Fungus Among Us
  16. Nux vomicaAll Creatures Great and Small
  17. Pulsatilla nigricansFake Medicine

Although homeopathic medicines are readily available in many locales, it’s better to keep your family happy and well during trips away from home by carrying your own small inventory of commonly needed remedies. Better to be safe and smart.

Over time, you’ll customize your own travel kit to meet your family’s needs. Let me know what you always travel within the comments below.

Enjoy your trip!

(And, as always, pass on the good news of homeopathy!)



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I am a homeopath with a worldwide practice working with families and individuals via Zoom. I'm also a teacher and most importantly, a mom who raised my now-adult children depending on homeopathy over the last 31 years. I lived decades of my life with food intolerances, allergies, and chemical sensitivities until I was cured with homeopathy, so I understand pain, anxiety, and suffering. You may feel that your issues are more severe or different than anyone else’s, but I have seen it all in my practice and in my work in India. My opinion is that nothing has come close to the reproducible, safe and effective results that my clients, students and I have achieved with homeopathy.

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