Aconitum napellus 30C Pellets

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Aconitum napellus 30C Pellets 

  • Main Indication: High fever of sudden onset with dry skin*
  • Common Name: Monkshood

 Approx. 80 pellets.

About Aconitum Napellus:

  • Product Category: Cold and Flu
  • Indications: High fever of sudden onset with dry skin*
  • Directions: Adults & children: At the onset of symptom, dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved.
  • Origin: Vegetable

High fever of sudden onset with dry skin

Active ingredient**
Aconitum napellus HPUS (0.443mg)

The letters HPUS indicate that this ingredient is officially included in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.

Inactive ingredients
lactose, sucrose

Adults and children: At the onset of symptoms, dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a doctor.

Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist for more than 3 days or worsen.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use.

Keep out of reach of children.


Do you carry a tube of Aconitum napellus in your purse or first aid kit? If not, you should consider adding it. While the name may sound like a wizard’s incantation or magic spell, it’s actually a homeopathic medicine that helps with sudden trauma, fever, and earaches. Find out what it’s made from and how to use it.   

A Purple Poison

Homeopathic Aconitum napellus is made from a garden perennial of the same name that grows at high altitudes in Europe, Asia, and the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. Commonly called monkshood, its flowers resemble the cowl (or hood) found on clergy robes. Wolfsbane is yet another common name, as it was once used to bait and kill wolves (and werewolves, according to lore).

As with most plants used in homeopathy, Aconitum napellus is as toxic as it is beautiful. All parts are lethal if ingested and irritation, nausea, and dizziness can develop through touch alone. The use of Aconitum as a poison dates to ancient history, where it was smeared on arrow tips for deadly effect.

Homeopathic Fever Reducer  

The homeopathic form of Aconitum napellus is prepared in a way that removes toxicity. It’s a premier remedy for managing shocks to the system, whether from sudden illness or emotionally traumatic events. The 30C dilution works best for panic attacks after a scare like a car accident or bad news. Parents, take note — it also relieves high fever of sudden onset with a hot face and dry skin and earaches following a cold wind.* Use the 6C dilution every 2 hours until fever or earache improve. If sweat develops, switch to Belladonna 6C for continued fever relief.

Click here to watch this video featuring pharmacist Gary Kracoff, NMD, RPh, to learn more about the homeopathic uses of Boiron Aconitum napellus.