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Friday, October 27, 2017

ornithogalum umbillatum

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Understanding the rubric Dropsy

The rubric Dropsy is not a complete rubric; its not a prescribing rubric without understanding its causative factor. Here some remedy with their etiological fact.

Acetic Acid: Anemia
Adonis Vernalis: Cardiac
Apis mell:  Renal
Apocynum cannabinum: General
Ars alb: inflammation
Blatta americana: hepato- bronchial
cainca: renal
China officinalis: vital fluids loss
Cholchicum autumnale: gout
Covallaria majalis: cardiac
Crataegus oxyacantha: cardiac
Digitalis purpurea: cardia
Fluoricum acidum: syphilitic,goitre & mercurial poisoning
Helleborus niger: CNS
Kali iodatum: Syphilitic
kali nitricum: cardiac
Lachesis muta: cardiac
Liatrs spicata: hepato spleenic
Oxydendron arboreum: renal and vascular
phaseolus nanus: cardio bronchial
Squilla maritima: cardio bronchial
Strophanthus hispidus: cardiac
Terebinthiniae oleum: renal
Acetanilidum: cardiac
Copaiva officinalis: urticaria
Dulcamara: sycotic damp
Elaterium officinarum: vitamin C deficiency
Eupatorium purpureum: renal
Euphorbium officinarum: erysipelatous inflammation
Ferrum metalicum: loss of vital fluide
Galium aparine: urinary system
Hep sulp cal: Scrofulous diathesis & mercurial poisoning
Iodium: metabolic
Iris versicolor: endocrine
Lac vaccinum defloratum : malnutrition
Aconitum napellus: acute inflammation
Ammonium benzoicum: gouty renal
Arsenicum iodatum: cardio bronchial
Asclepias cornuti: hepato renal cardiac & post scarlatinal
Benzoicum acidum: metabolic renal
Bryonia alb: rheumatic
cactus grandifolia: cardio vascular
Calcarea carbonicum: metabolic & rheumatic
carduus marianus: hepato portal
Cochlearia armoraeia: almergic
Lactuca virosa: inflammation of chest
Lycopodium clavatum: hepato renal & metabolic
Mercurius dulcis: cardio renal
Nitri spiritus dulcis: ill effects of salt, acute nephritis following scarlet fever
Oniscus osellus: broncio renal
Prunus spinosa: renal
Rhus toxicodendron: rheumatic
Sambucas nigrs: bronchial
Solidagi virsaurea: bronchial
Thlaspia bursa pasturis: haemorrhage & uterine

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Special Precautions ,Warnings & SIDE EFFECTS Of some poly Crest mother tincture

ASafoetida : 
Children: Asafoetida is UNSAFEfor infants when taken by mouth because it might cause certain blood disorders. Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It is UNSAFE to take asafoetida by mouth if you are pregnant. It might cause a miscarriage. Avoid use. It is also UNSAFE to take asafoetida by mouth if you are breast-feeding. The chemicals in asafoetida could pass into breast milk and then cause bleeding disorders in the nursing infant. Avoid use.Bleeding disorders: There is concern that asafoetida might increase the risk of bleeding. Don’t use asafoetida if you have a bleeding disorder. Epilepsy or history of convulsions: Don’t use asafoetida if you have epilepsy or some other central nervous system condition that might lead to seizures or convulsions.Stomach and intestinal (gastrointestinal, GI) problems: Asafoetida can irritate the GI tract. Don’t use it of you have a GI infection or other GI condition. High blood pressure (hypertension) or low blood pressure (hypotension): There is some concern that asafoetida might interfere with blood pressure control. Avoid use if you have a blood pressure problem. Surgery: Asafoetida might slow blood clotting. There is concern that asafoetida might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop taking asafoetida at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Do not use ashwagandha if you are pregnant. It is ratedLIKELY UNSAFE during pregnancy. There is some evidence that ashwagandha might cause miscarriages. Not enough is known about the use of ashwagandha during breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. Diabetes: Ashwagandha might lower blood sugar levels. This could interfere with medications used for diabetes and cause blood sugar levels to go to low. If you have diabetes, monitor your blood sugar closely. High or low blood pressure: Ashwagandha might decrease blood pressure. This could cause blood pressure to go to low in people with low blood pressure; or interfere with medications used to treat high blood pressure. Ashwagandha should be used cautiously if you have low blood pressure or take medications for your blood pressure.Stomach ulcers: Ashwagandha can irritate the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Don’t use ashwagandha if you have a stomach ulcer.“Auto-immune diseases” such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or other conditions: Ashwagandha might cause the immune system to become more active, and this could increase the symptoms of auto-immune diseases. If you have one of these conditions, it’s best to avoid using ashwagandha. Surgery: Ashwagandha may slow down the central nervous system. Healthcare providers worry that anesthesia and other medications during and after surgery might increase this effect. Stop taking ashwagandha at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery. Thyroid disorders: Ashwagandha might increase thyroid hormone levels. Ashwagandha should be used cautiously or avoided if you have a thyroid condition or take thyroid hormone medications.

Avena sativa:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Avens might beUNSAFE to take if you are pregnant. It seems to affect the menstrual cycle, and this might cause a miscarriage.


Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Don’t take calendula by mouth if you are pregnant. It isLIKELY UNSAFE. There is a concern that it might cause a miscarriage. It’s best to avoid topical use as well until more is known. There is not enough reliable information about the safety of using calendula if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.Allergy to ragweed and related plants: Calendula may cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to the Asteraceae/Compositae family. Members of this family include ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and many others. If you have allergies, be sure to check with your healthcare provider before taking calendula.Surgery: Calendula might cause too much drowsiness if combined with medications used during and after surgery. Stop taking calendula at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

But it isPOSSIBLY UNSAFE for your baby if you take capsicum by mouth. Skin problems (dermatitis) have been reported in breast-fed infants when mothers eat foods heavily spiced with capsicum peppers. Children: Applying capsicum to the skin of children under two years of age is POSSIBLY UNSAFE. Not enough is known about the safety of giving capsicum to children by mouth. Don’t do it. Damaged or broken skin: Don’t use capsicum on damaged or broken skin. Surgery: Capsicum might increase bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using capsicum at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking chirata if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.Diabetes. Chirata might lower blood sugar levels in some people. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use chirata as a medicine. Intestinal (duodenal) ulcers: Chirata can make ulcers in the intestine worse. Surgery. Chirata might lower blood sugar. In theory, chirata might interfere with blood sugar control during and after surgical procedures. Stop using chirata as a medicine at least two weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Don’t use cinchona if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. There is some evidence that cinchona isUNSAFE to use during pregnancy. Not much is known about the safety of using cinchona if you are breast-feeding, so it’s best to avoid it.Stomach or intestinal ulcers: Don’t use cinchona if you have ulcers. It might increase the risk of bleeding. Surgery: Cinchona can slow blood clotting, so there is a concern that it might increase the risk of extra bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using cinchona at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding:There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking damiana if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.Diabetes: Damiana might affect blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use damiana. Surgery: Since damiana seems to affect blood glucose levels, there is a concern that it might interfere with blood glucose control during and after surgery. Stop using damiana at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy or breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of echinacea during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. “Auto-immune disorders” such as such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a skin disorder called pemphigus vulgaris, or others: Echinacea might have an effect on the immune system that could make these conditions worse. Don’t take echinacea if you have an auto-immune disorder. An inherited tendency toward allergies (atopy): People with this condition are more likely to develop an allergic reaction to echinacea. It’s best to avoid exposure to echinacea if you have this condition.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Eucalyptus isLIKELY SAFE for pregnant and breast-feeding women when consumed in food amounts. But don’t use eucalyptus oil. Not enough is known about safety during pregnancy or breast-feeding. Children: Eucalyptus oil is LIKELY UNSAFE for children. It should not be taken by mouth or applied to the skin. Not much is known about the safety of using eucalyptus leaves in children. It’s best to avoid use in amounts larger than food amounts. Diabetes: Early research suggests eucalyptus leaf might lower blood sugar. There is concern that using eucalyptus while taking medications for diabetes might lower blood sugar too much. Blood sugar levels should be monitored closely. Surgery: Since eucalyptus might affect blood sugar levels, there is concern that it might make blood sugar control difficult during and after surgery. Stop using eucalyptus at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Ginger is LIKELY SAFE for most people. Some people can have mild side effects including heartburn, diarrhea, and general stomach discomfort. Some women have reported extra menstrual bleeding while taking ginger. When ginger is applied to the skin, it may cause irritation. Special Precautions & Warnings:Pregnancy: Using ginger during pregnancy is controversial. There is some concern that ginger might affect fetal sex hormones. There is also a report of miscarriage during week 12 of pregnancy in a woman who used ginger for morning sickness. However, studies in pregnant women suggest that ginger can be used safely for morning sickness without harm to the baby. The risk for major malformations in infants of women taking ginger does not appear to be higher than the usual rate of 1% to 3%. Also there doesn’t appear to be an increased risk of early labor or low birth weight. There is some concern that ginger might increase the risk of bleeding, so some experts advise againsting using it close to your delivery date. As with any medication given during pregnancy, it’s important to weigh the benefit against the risk. Before using ginger during pregnancy, talk it over with your healthcare provider. Breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the safety of using ginger during breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and don’t use it.Bleeding disorders: Taking ginger might increase your risk of bleeding. Diabetes: Ginger might lower your blood sugar. As a result, your diabetes medications might need to be adjusted by your healthcare provider. Heart conditions: High doses of ginger might worsen some heart conditions.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Ginkgo isPOSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. It might cause early labor or extra bleeding during delivery if used near that time. Not enough is known about the safety of using ginkgo during breast-feeding. Do not use ginkgo if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.Infants and children: Ginkgo leaf extract isPOSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth for a short time. Some research suggests that a specific combination of ginkgo leaf extract plus American ginseng might be safe in children when used short-term. Do not let children eat the ginkgo seed. It is LIKELY UNSAFE.Diabetes: Ginkgo might interfere with the management of diabetes. If you have diabetes, monitor your blood sugar closely. Seizures: There is a concern that ginkgo might cause seizures. If you have ever had a seizure, don’t use ginkgo. Infertility: Ginkgo use might interfere with getting pregnant. Discuss your use of ginkgo with your healthcare provider if you are trying to get pregnant. Bleeding disorders: Ginkgo might make bleeding disorders worse. If you have a bleeding disorder, don’t use ginkgo. Surgery: Ginkgo might slow blood clotting. It might cause extra bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using ginkgo at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Panax ginseng:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Panax ginseng is POSSIBLY UNSAFE when taking by mouth during pregnancy. One of the chemicals in Panax ginseng has been found to cause birth defects in animals. Do not use Panax ginseng if you are pregnant. Not enough is known about the safety of Panax ginseng during breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and don’t use it.Infants and children: Panax ginseng is LIKELY UNSAFE in infants and children. Using Panax ginseng in babies has been linked to poisoning that can be fatal. The safety of Panax ginseng in older children is not known. Until more is known, do not use Panax ginseng even in older children. “Auto-immune diseases” such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or other conditions: Panax ginseng seems to increase the activity of the immune system. It might make auto-immune diseases worse. Don’t use Panax ginseng if you have any auto-immune condition. Bleeding conditions: Panax ginseng seems to interfere with blood clotting. Don’t use Panax ginseng if you have a bleeding condition. Heart conditions: Panax ginseng can affect heart rhythm and blood pressure slightly on the first day it is used. However, there are usually no changes with continued use. Nevertheless, Panax ginseng has not been studied in people with cardiovascular disease. Use Panax ginseng with caution if you have heart disease. Diabetes: Panax ginseng might lower blood sugar. In people with diabetes who are taking medications to lower blood sugar, adding Panax ginseng might lower blood sugar too much. Monitor your blood sugar closely if you have diabetes and use Panax ginseng.Hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, endometriosis, or uterine fibroids: Panax ginseng contains chemicals (ginsenosides) that can act like estrogen. If you have any condition that might be made worse by exposure to estrogen, don’t use Panax ginseng.Trouble sleeping (insomnia): High doses of Panax ginseng have been linked with insomnia. If you have trouble sleeping, use Panax ginseng with caution. Schizophrenia (a mental disorder): High doses of Panax ginseng have been linked with sleep problems and agitation in people with schizophrenia. Be careful when using Panax ginseng if you have schizophrenia.Organ transplant: Panax ginseng might make the immune system more active. This could interfere with the effectiveness of medications that are given after an organ transplant to reduce the chance that the organ will be rejected. If you have received an organ transplant, don’t use Panax ginseng.

Children: Ipecac is LIKELY SAFE for children when used appropriately as a prescription product to induce vomiting. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics' recommendation to keep a 1-ounce bottle of syrup of ipecac at home has recently been reversed. The new statement reads, “Syrup of ipecac should no longer be routinely used as a poison treatment intervention in the home.” The thinking is that keeping ipecac at home hasn’t been proven to save lives. Talk with your healthcare provider or poison control center about how to use ipecac correctly in cases of poisoning in children. Ipecac is UNSAFE when used in high doses or in children under the age of one year. Children are more sensitive than adults to the side effects of ipecac. Misuse of ipecac can lead to serious poisoning, heart damage, and death. Signs of poisoning include difficulty breathing, digestive tract problems, abnormal heart rates, blood in the urine, convulsions, shock, coma, and death.Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It is LIKELY UNSAFE to use ipecac if you are pregnant. It might stimulate the uterus and cause a miscarriage. Not enough is known about the safety of using ipecac if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.Unconsciousness or certain kinds of poisonings: Ipecac should not be used in people who are unconscious or have been poisoned with certain chemicals including corrosives, petroleum products, strychnine, and others. Talk to your healthcare provider or poison control center about whether ipecac is appropriate to use in each case of suspected poisoning. If ipecac is used incorrectly, serious complications can arise including damage of the esophagus, pneumonia, and convulsions.Digestive tract problems including ulcers, infections, or Crohn's disease: Ipecac can irritate the digestive tract. Don’t use it if you have one of these conditions. Heart disease: Ipecac can affect the heart. Don’t use it if you have a heart condition.

Children: Taking neem seeds or oil by mouth isLIKELY UNSAFE for children. Serious side effects in infants and small children can happen within hours after taking neem oil. These serious side effects include vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, blood disorders, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, brain disorders, and death. Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Neem oil and neem bark are LIKELY UNSAFEwhen taken by mouth during pregnancy. They can cause a miscarriage. Not enough is known about the safety of need during breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. “Auto-immune diseases” such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or other conditions: Neem might cause the immune system to become more active. This could increase the symptoms of auto-immune diseases. If you have one of these conditions, it’s best to avoid using neem. Diabetes: There is some evidence that neem can lower blood sugar levels and might cause blood sugar to go too low. If you have diabetes and use neem, monitor your blood sugar carefully. It might be necessary to change the dose of your diabetes medication. Reduced ability to have children (infertility): There is some evidence that neem can harm sperm. It might also reduce fertility in other ways. If you are trying to have children, avoid using neem. Organ transplant: There is a concern that neem might decrease the effectiveness of medications that are used to prevent organ rejection. Do not use neem if you have had an organ transplant. Surgery: Neem might lower blood sugar levels. There is a concern that it might interfere with blood sugar control during and after surgery. Stop using neem at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Papaya isPOSSIBLY UNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. Do not take papaya by mouth in medicinal amounts if you are pregnant. There is some evidence that unprocessed papain, one of the chemicals found in papaya, might poison the fetus or cause birth defects. Not enough is known about the safety of papaya during breast-feeding. It is best to avoid taking it in amounts higher than normal food amounts. Diabetes: Papaya that has been fermented can lower blood sugar. People with diabetes who are taking medications to lower their blood sugar should pay close attention to their blood sugar as adjustments to medications might be needed. Low blood sugar: Papaya that has been fermented can lower blood sugar. Taking this form of papaya might make blood sugar too low in people who already have low blood sugar. Papain allergy: Papaya contains papain. If you are allergic to papain, avoid eating papaya or taking products that contain papaya.Latex allergy: If you are allergic to latex, there is a good chance you are also be allergic to papaya. If you have a latex allergy, avoid eating papaya or taking products that contain papaya.Surgery: Papaya that has been fermented can lower blood sugar. In theory, this form of papaya might affect blood sugary during and after surgery. If you are taking papaya, you should stop 2 weeks before surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Pulsatilla isUNSAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy. Both the fresh plant and the dried plant might cause a miscarriage or birth defects. Applying fresh pulsatilla directly to the skin is also considered UNSAFE. Don’t do it. Not enough is known about the safety of applying dried pulsatilla directly to the skin during pregnancy. Stay on the safe side and avoid use. It’s UNSAFE to take fresh pulsatilla by mouth or apply it to the skin during breast-feeding. Not enough is known about the safety of the dried plant when taken by mouth or applied to the skin. Don’t use it.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s UNSAFE to use strophanthus if you are pregnant. It might make the uterus contract, and this could cause a miscarriage. It’s also UNSAFE to use strophanthus if you are breast-feeding. Heart conditions: Strophanthus may cause irregular heartbeat. Don’t use strophanthus if you have a heart condition, without the direct supervision of a healthcare provider.

Pregnancy: There is some evidence that Terminalia arjuna is POSSIBLY UNSAFE during pregnancy. The safety of the other two species during pregnancy is unknown. It’s best to avoid using any terminalia species. Breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of Terminalia if you are breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.Diabetes: Terminalia might lower blood sugar levels. Your diabetes medications might need to be adjusted by your healthcare provider.Surgery: Terminalia might decrease blood sugar levels and interfere with blood sugar control during surgery. Stop taking Terminalia at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s LIKELY UNSAFE to take thuja by mouth if you are pregnant. Thuja might cause a miscarriage. It is also LIKELY UNSAFE to take thuja by mouth if you are breast-feeding because of possible toxicity. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.“Auto-immune diseases” such as multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or other conditions: Thuja might cause the immune system to become more active, and this could increase the symptoms of auto-immune diseases. If you have one of these conditions, it’s best to avoid using thuja.Seizures: Taking thuja might cause seizures in some people. Don’t take thuja if you have a history of having seizures.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Taking tribulus during pregnancy is POSSIBLY UNSAFE. Animal research suggests that tribulus might harm fetal development. Not enough is known about the safety of using tribulus during breast-feeding. It’s best not to use tribulus if you are pregnant or nursing. Prostate problems or prostate cancer: There is a concern that tribulus might make prostate conditions such as benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH) or prostate cancer worse. Developing research suggests that tribulus can increase prostate weight. Diabetes. Tribulus might decrease blood sugar levels. Dose of diabetes medications might need to be adjusted by your healthcare provider. Surgery: Tribulus might affect blood sugar levels. This might interfere with blood sugar control during and after surgery. Stop using tribulus at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Pregnancy or breast-feeding: Yohimbe isLIKELY UNSAFE. Yohimbe might affect the uterus and endanger the pregnancy. It might also poison the unborn child. Don’t take yohimbe if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.Bleeding conditions: Taking yohimbe might increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders. Schizophrenia: Use yohimbe with caution. The yohimbine in yohimbe might make people with schizophrenia psychotic. Prostate problems: Use yohimbe with caution. Yohimbe might make the symptoms of BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) worse. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Don’t use yohimbe. There is a report that four individuals with PTSD suffered worse symptoms after using yohimbe. Liver disease: Don’t use yohimbe. Liver disease might change the way the body processes yohimbe. Kidney disease: Don’t use yohimbe. There is a concern that yohimbine might slow or stop the flow of urine. High blood pressure or low blood pressure: Don’t use yohimbe. Small amounts of yohimbine can increase blood pressure. Large amounts can cause dangerously low pressure. Chest pain or heart disease: Don’t use yohimbe. Yohimbine can seriously harm the heart. Anxiety: Don’t use yohimbe. Yohimbine might make anxiety worse. Depression: Don’t use yohimbe. Yohimbine might bring out manic-like symptoms in people with bipolar depression or suicidal tendencies in individuals with depression. Diabetes: Don’t use yohimbe. Yohimbe might interfere with insulin and other medications used for diabetes and cause low blood sugar. Surgery: Yohimbe might increase the risk for bleeding. People who take yohimbe should stop at least 2 weeks before surgery.


Friday, September 2, 2016

Miasmatic events of carcinosinum

Tuesday, May 24, 2016


Luesinum. Lueticum. Syphilitic virus. A nosode. Attenuations. Luesinum.

It is a lysate corresponding to 0001 cc per cm3 of treponemic serous fluid without any stabilising or preserving agent.

HISTORY: From 1830  Lux suggested the therapeutic use of the secretion of a syphilitic chanced as an etiologic nosode. But it is Swan who published the first pathogenesis in the Medical Adventist,1880.

Clinical: Abscess; succession of abscesses. Alcoholism; hereditary craving for alcohol. Anus, fissure of. Aphasia. Asthma. Breasts sensitive. Bubo. Constipation. Crying of infants. Deafness. Deltoid rheumatism. Dentition. Diplopia. Dysmenorrhœa. Epilepsy. Headache; syphilitic. Hoarseness; before menses. Iritis. Leucorrhœa; infantile. Mouth, ulcerated. Myopia. Neuralgia. Night-sweats. Ophthalmia. Otorrhœa. Ovaries, affections of. Ozœna. Pemphigus. Psoas abscess. Ptosis. Rectum, stricture of. Rheumatism. Sciatica. Sleeplessness. Spine, caries of. Strabismus. Stricture. Sunstroke. Syphilis. Teeth, carious. Throat, ulcerated. Tibia, pains in. Tongue, cracked, ulcerated. Ulcers. Whitlow.
Causation: Sun. Damp weather. Thunderstorms.

HIGHLIGHT:  Generally a latent syphilitic or syco- syphilitic dyscrasia, syphilitic inherited or acquired, poor reaction, remedies hold only temporarily or just palliation, low resistance,chronocity, mercury poisoning with or without syphilis( either neurotic or destructive).

MAKE-UP: Dirty, disgusting to themselves; suppurating; constant dread of infection. Allergic. Unhapeliness; Bald head,pointing lips; cleft chin and a big belly; smaller, retrousse nose, irregular rudimentary teeth, stubby hands; skeletal deformity of children, dwarfed, puny,skinny, shrivelled up and old looking( wrinkled face); distorted cupped teeth and nail; Asymmetry ( one eye or ear higher or larger, six fingers on one hand only, pupils uneven,squint). Delicate, scrofulous children, with club- foot, delayed milestone, h/o of inherited  syphilis or suppressed eruptions; disposed to wasting and phthisis; look crying day and night.

I learnt the value of this nosode from Skinner, who has made with it some very brilliant cures. It has been proved by Swan in the potencies, and Hering's Schema, from which mine is taken, comprises also disease symptoms─marked "(n)"─and cured symptoms, which have generally the name and the disease appended. Cured cases of secondary syphilis I have marked "(s.s.)." The widespread distribution of syphilis, acquired and hereditary, and the virulence and persistence of the virus, give this nosode a high degree of importance in homœopathic practice. It has been mainly, almost exclusively, employed by those who are familiar with the use of high attenuations. I have used no potency lower than 200, and rarely repeat the dose oftener than once a week. The leading features of the disease are the keynotes for the use of the remedy, and (1) first in importance is the "Night <": "Pains from darkness to daylight; begin with twilight and end with daylight." "All symptoms < at night." "Terrible dread of night, on account of mental and physical exhaustion on awaking." This night aggravation will be found in a large proportion of the cases needing Syph.; in ophthalmia, the pains are < at night, and during the night the lids grow together. Neuralgia, and headache, asthma, coughs < from sunset to sunrise, whether syphilitic or not, will be benefited by Syph. Sleeplessness is itself a leading indication for Syph., which vies with Sul. as a sleep restorer. (2) Next to the Night <, is Ulceration: this may affect mouth, nose, genitals, or skin, and the ulcers have greyish bases; in the nose they produce the most offensive form of ozæna with discharge of fetid clinkers. In such cases I have foundSyph. of the greatest service. Fetid discharges from the ear come in the same category. (3) Abscesses with foul secretions. (All pus-formations of Syph. are fetid.) Succession of abscesses is one of the grand keynotes of the materia medica. Eyes, teeth, and skin give other leading indications. In ophthalmia neonatorum the lids adhere during sleep; pains < 2 to 5 a.m.; pus profuse; > cold bathing. Iritis, syphilitic or rheumatic, has been cured with Syph. Ptosis; sleepy look from drooping lids. Diplopia, one image seen below the other. Teeth decay at the edge of the gums and break off; are cupped, have serrated edges; dwarfed in size and converge at their tips. The typical eruption ofSyph. is copper-coloured spots, but it covers many other forms, including pemphigus. The glandular system is affected throughout and nutrition impaired, leading to extreme emaciation. Burnett has recorded in his book on Delicate Children many instances of the power of Syph. to free stunted children from this constitutional blight. Further indications for Syph. are: Pains < and > gradually; are shifting, and require frequent change of position. Leucorrhœa; profuse, soaking through napkins and running to heels. Craving for alcohol in any form. Hereditary tendency to alcoholism. (Bacchus and Venus are close allies). The orifices of the body are all affected by syphilis, and Syph. has a great sphere in rectal pain and constipation. "Obstinate constipation for years; rectum seems tied up with strictures; when enema was used the agony of passage was like labour." Bones are affected, and especially bones of head and tibiæ. Nodes on the head. H. C. Allen says: "Syphilitics, or patients who have had chancre treated by local means, and as a result have suffered from throat and skip troubles for years, are nearly always benefited by this remedy at commencement of treatment unless some other remedy is clearly indicated." Thomas Wildes (H. P., xi. 267) gives his experience with Syph. In chancre he gives Syph. 1m (Swan)─according to Skinner's calculation this is much lower than 1m of the centesimal scale─one dose every night. The chancre increases for the first two weeks and then gradually fades away, not being followed by secondaries. Where the edges of the chancre assume the appearance of proud flesh in the third or fourth week, and become everted, jagged, and angry dark red, he gives Lac can. cm (Swan) every night for ten to fourteen days, until the sore takes on a more natural appearance, when Syph. 1m is again given to finish the case. For any remaining induration Nit. ac. 30, four times a day, is given. Headaches in great variety he cured with it; aphasia; ptosis; paralysis of tongue; facial paralysis; hemiplegia; "persistent pains in any part of the body;" catarrhal and nerve deafness; itching of nostrils; dark purple lines between alæ nasi and cheeks. Itching scabby eruptions on face or breast; singly or in clusters, looking like herpes. Pain and pressure behind sternum. Epilepsy. Wildes cured withSyph. 1m a bookkeeper who for many months had had a piercing, pressing, excruciating headache over right eye extending deep into brain. It was so severe, he was losing continuity of thought and memory. Under Syph. every night the headache disappeared entirely in ten days and the mental faculties were fully restored; but in six weeks the whole eyebrow on that side broke out into a sickly, yellow, syphilitic eczema with a red, angry, and oozing base extending under the arch to the lid from canthus to canthus up into forehead and down the side of the nose. The cure of this was tedious, because, Wildes thinks, he did not stick to Syph., but changed the remedy. This man had had syphilis a few years before. In 1879 a lady, 26, extremely bright and intelligent, came to Wildes with a dreadful ozæna. She had also curvature of the spine and congestion of right ovary. Always delicate from a child. Syph. cured the ozæna and improved the health, but it "drove out a saddle to which the Sepia saddle is but a shadow"─a furious inflammatory mass of syphilitic sores, scabs, and eczema, red and angry, with a fiery base extending from one malar prominence to the other, across nose up to eyes and forehead. This took eighteen months to cure. The ozœna never returned. A boy, 4, had an obstinate rash, a combination of prurigo and herpes, on chin, lips, cheek-bone, forehead, and hairy scalp; on arms, chest, back, bends of joints and on the joints, and on fingers and hands, nowhere profuse. In spite of authorities to the contrary, Wildes maintains that syphilitic rashes may itch, and that prurigo is infectious and is one of the initial stages of leprosy. This boy had a spot of eruption on the left thigh the size of the top-joint of a man's thumb. This was distinctly a leper spot. Syph. 1m caused the rash to come out strongly all over the body in patches, the face was one-third covered with a thick, yellow, scabby eruption. The remedy was continued and the boy got well, wonderfully improved in health, no longer nervous, growing well; sleeping well; appetite good. Girl, 16, had measles a year before which did not come out properly. A year and a half prior thereto subject to neuralgic headaches. Ailing about two years; very despondent, wants to die, headaches growing more violent. During the headaches the temple veins stand out, has pains all over the body, is very irritable, restless, walking about much of the time, does not wish to be soothed,violent on being opposed, has tremors and seems on the verge of convulsions, dazed, absent-minded, and almost insane. Always washing her hands. Was formerly constipated, but now subject to "a kind of diarrhœa." Menses never have come on properly, and for the past year have been very irregular, much delayed, scanty, and always extremely painful. Often feverish. Sleep anxious, distressed, and oftenwakeful and violently restless. The italicised symptoms indicated Syph., and under this she steadily recovered. A young lady contracted "lepra-syphilis" from vaccination. She had an immense blood-boil on her arm which would not heal. Face broken out with a lumpy fiery rash. With Syph. 1m at bedtime she recovered rapidly; the arm healed quickly and her face became free from eruption. Boy, 3, had cluster of yellow blotches on fingers and roots of nails, distorting the nails. The boy's father was epileptic. The boy was helped with Fluor. ac. and cured with Syph., the nails becoming straight. Many persons, says Wildes, after taking Syph. for a few days, complained of heavy, crushing, cutting pains across the base of the cerebellum; others of heavy aching and stiffness from base of neck up through muscles and cords of neck and into the brain; others of a heavy, clouded, dull feeling at base of brain with physical lethargy, and sometimes with dizziness, sometimes with confusion of thoughts and often a feeling as if going insane or about to be paralysed. Sometimes a far-away feeling, with a feeling of indifference to the future. Accompanying these there may come a heavy, dragging, dull feeling in lumbar region, with stiffness and want of elasticity.Peculiar Sensations are: A seething feeling as if hot water or hot oil running through all veins of the body, all night long. As if going insane or about to be paralysed. Tongue feels as if paralysed. A far-away feeling with apathy. As if head were pulled back by a weight. As if blood went to right inner canthus and temples and could get no further. As if sand in eyes. As if right eye were wide open and cold air were blowing in it. Fluttering as of something alive in teeth. As if a worm in tooth. As if teeth had got out of place. Distress as if in omentum. As if rectum were tied up with strictures. As if urethra had been stuffed up and clogged. As if sternum was being drawn towards dorsal vertebræ. As if she would suffocate with rough. As if skin were drawn up in centre of chest on drawing back head. Coccyx as if swollen. As if toes on right foot were disjointed. Like growing-pains in limbs. As if bones were sawed. Palms and soles as if pricked by needles. As if throat tearing to pieces. As if top of head were coming off. As if teeth were loose. As of a nervous chill commencing in anus and running down legs. As if bitten by bugs. A number of linear pains have been observed in Syph. cases. G. H. Carr (M. A., xvii. 162) relates this case: An old man had been troubled two or three winters with an intense cold pain in both legs; it came on every night on lying down; and lasted all night, the only relief being by getting up and walking. Magnetic leggings had given most relief. Syph. mm, one dose daily, was given. He lost the pain for six weeks, when it returned in milder form. Syph. cmm was given, and he had no more pains all the winter. This medicine, he said "made his genitals ache so that he couldn't sit still." This lasted over a month. Syph. cm cured (ibid.) a lady of "asthma" that she had had for twenty-five years, the attack coming on only at night after lying down, orduring a thunderstorm. Swan (M. A., xxviii. 239) says he gave crying infants, when they developed the propensity immediately after birth and did not cease, one dose of Syph. cmm, and it was difficult to make them cry after that. Yingling (M. A., xxix. 135) reports this case: Rev. D., 30, dark, free from venereal taint, had a constant dull, heavy ache above inner angle of right eye, very distressing, with an occasionalthrust as of an iron rod from the same spot through to lower part of occiput. This thrust was excruciating. He was due to preach next day, but the pain quite incapacitated him, hence his appeal for help. Haggard look. Syph. cm, one dose, was given. He was free from pain before he reached home, next morning was perfectly well. The symptoms are < by touch (tibia; os uteri). Pressure = pain in spot middle of thigh; > throat; pressing teeth together > toothache. No position suits. Motion <. Raising arms laterally <. Walking > pain in hips and thighs. < At night. Warmth and cold < and >. Warmth > headache; of stove > pain in swollen wrist and big toe. Hot or cold things < toothache. Cold water > ophthalmia pains. Damp weather; warm, damp weather; thunderstorm; seaside <. >In mountains. < Winter.

Loss of memory (n).
- Loss of self confidence, don't know if what they do is right or wrong.
─Loses remembrances of passing occurrences, names, dates, &c., while all occurrences previous to inception of disease are remembered as distinctly as ever (n).

─Very nervous, weeping without cause.

─Cross, irritable, peevish.

─Irritable, excited, walking much of the time, does not want to be soothed, violent on being opposed, has tremors, seems on the verge of convulsions, dazed, absent-minded, always washing her hands.

─Periodical neuralgia in head (neuralgia).

─Very despondent, does not think will ever get better (s.s.).

─Terrible dread of night; always < as night approaches; leaves her about daylight, which she prays for (spring cough).

─Feeling as if going insane, or about to be paralysed.

─A far-away feeling, with apathy and indifference to future.

─Crying infants, who begin immediately after birth.
- Fear of catching cold- so strong will stay indoors. Different kind of fear, not knowing what afraid of.
- Check things 10 times over.
- Develop a tremendous aversion to anything dirty after sex with a prostitute. May become so strong will wash clothes if someone touches them in a bus. Will not even shake hands with you. Wash hands 50-200 times daily. If not able to wash hands will develop sweat, headache. If a cat passes near clothes when on washing line, has to wash them again.
- Anxiety about heath, but they will deny it.
Vertigo on looking up, seems to be caused by heat.

─Headache: linear, from or near one eye backward; lateral; frontal; from temple to temple; deep into brain from vertex; as from pressure on vertex; in either temple, extending into or from eye >by warmth; in bones of head; < by heat of sun; after sunstroke.

─Sick-headache, pains intolerable, arteries of head full and pulsating violently; high fever, frequent retelling on trying to vomit; menses regular, but very scanty.

─Lancinating pain in occiput, invariably < at night (n).

─Neuralgic headache causing sleeplessness or delirium at night, always commencing about 4 p.m.; <at from 10 to 11 and ceasing at daylight.

─Bursting sensation in vertex as from severe cold.

─Pain from eyes through to occiput, with sensation of weight in occiput drawing head back; or as if it were pulled back; eyes ache and smart.

─Constant linear headache, commencing at both angles of forehead and extending in parallel lines backward

─a precursor of epileptic attack.

─Heavy, crushing, cutting pain across base of cerebellum.

─Heavy, clouded, dull feeling in base of brain.

─Headache through temples, thence vertically like an inverted letter T.

─Coronal headache (s.s.).

─Headaches accompanied by great restlessness, sleeplessness and general nervous erethism.

─Syphilitic headache for many months, piercing, pressing excruciating over r. eye; extending deep into brain; losing continuity of thought and memory; makes repeated mistakes in figures.

─Suffusion and full feeling in face, throat, and head, with innumerable small enlarged cervical glands.

─Sore, one and a half inches in diameter, on occipital bone, covered with a thick, yellow-white scab.

─Dirty eruption on scalp.

─Great loss of hair (n).

Red papulous eruption round l. inner canthus, with isolated pimples on side of nose, cheek and eyebrow; these pimples were red, with depressed centre, circumscribed areola, became confluent where they were most dense; pimples bleed when scabs come off; agglutination of lids.

─Myopia (n).

─Sharp, pulsating pain, occasionally at outer end of superior border of r. orbit, apparently in periosteum.

─Upper lids swollen.

─Ptosis: paralytica; eyes look sleepy from lowering of upper lid.

─Diplopia, one image seen lower than the other.

─Strabismus paralytica, eye turning inward, and pupil can only be turned outward as far as median line.

─Chronic recurrent phlyctenular inflammation of cornea; successive crops of phlyctenules and abrasion of epithelial layer of cornea intense photophobia; profuse lachrymation; redness and pain well marked delicate, scrofulous children, esp. if any trace of hereditary syphilis remains.

─L. eyeball covered with fungus-like growth, pain intense, <at night.

─Acute ophthalmia neonatorum (n).

─Redness and swelling of outer half of both lower tarsal edges.

─Syphilitic iritis, intense pain steadily increasing night after night; < between 2 and 5 a.m., coming almost at the minute and ceasing same way (s.s.).

─Pain in r. inner canthus as if blood went there and could go no farther, also in r. temple (rheumatic iritis).

─Both eyes glued in morning; conjunctiva injected; photophobia, constantly wears a shade.

─Eyes dull.

─Infantile syphilis.

─Ophthalmic pains, < at night, > by told water.

─R. eye alone affected congestion of conjunctiva and sclerotica, with some chemosis; lids inflamed, esp. at outer canthus; sensation of sand in eyes; lids agglutinated in morning; great photophobia (hereditary syphilis).

─Neuralgia every night, beginning about 8 or 9 p.m., gradually increasing in severity until it reached its height about 3 or 4 a.m., and after continuing thus for two or three hours gradually decreased and finally ceased about 10 a.m. (rheumatic ophthalmia).

Intense earache in r. ear, incisive pains thrusting into ear; purulent watery discharge from ear with pain.

─Gathering in l. ear which discharges a great quantity of pus (hereditary syphilis in a child).

─Deafness gradually increasing until she could scarcely hear at all.

─Complete deafness; nothing abnormal to be seen.

─Catarrhal or nerve deafness with marked cachexia.

─Calcareous deposit on tympanum.

─Small, acrid, watery discharge occasionally from ears, no deafness (ozæna).

L. side of nose, inside ala, itching.

─Nose stuffed up and burning.

─Attacks of fluent coryza.

─Offensive, thick yellow-green nasal discharge; during sleep dry scabs form in both nostrils; following an application of salve for sore eyes; l. submaxillary gland, which had been swollen and indurated, softens, discharges and, after forty-five days, begins to heal slowly.

─Ozæna syphilitica; (Syph. brought out an eruption of sores with a fiery-red base on nose and over frontal sinuses).

─L. side of nose inside and out very sore, likewise lips and chin; sores itching and scabbing over.

─Itching in nostrils.

Face drawn to one side, difficulty of speaking, masticating, blowing (n).

─Spasmodic twitching of many muscles, esp. in face (paralysis agitans), with great melancholy and depression of spirits.

─Facial paralysis r. side, thick speech, hemicrania, jactitation of r. eye and lid.

─An old gentleman has had for some years cancer on r. malar bone; no rest, his agony excruciating in extreme (relieved).

─Face pale.

─Itching, scabby, eczematous eruptions singly or in clusters, looking like herpes.

─Nose and cheeks covered with eruptions and scabs in layers rising to a point.

─Dark purple lines between alæ nasi and cheeks.

─Lips and teeth covered with bloody mucus.

─Sores on lips and chin, esp. l. side scabbing over.

Single small lunæ cleft in upper incisors, permanent set, which incisors are dwarfed in their general dimensions, and converge at their tips; inherited syphilis (n).

─Children's teeth are cupped.

─Teeth decaying at edge of gum and breaking off (n).

─Felt like a worm in tooth, could not tell which tooth.

─Singular feeling as if teeth had all got out of place, and on closing jaws teeth do not come well together.

Tongue red and thick; two deep cracks running lengthwise in it; one on each side of median line.

─Aphasia, difficulty of finding words; debility.

─Tongue feels as if paralysed.

─Fetid breath.

─Tongue coated; white, edges indented by teeth.

─Putrid taste in mouth before epileptic fit.

─Tongue very red and thick; covered with herpetic eruption, two deep cracks running lengthwise on each side of median line, making it difficult to swallow (s.s.).

─Tongue thickly coated, dirty, edges indented or serrated by teeth (n.).

─Twenty ulcers in mouth, every part involved, top and under side of tongue, lips, buccal cavity, fauces and nose; septum of nose threatened, both alæ nasi very painful, smarting with burning as if on fire; pains and burning prevented sleep; hungry but could eat nothing but fluids as mastication was impossible; tongue heavily coated white, large quantities of stringy, viscid, saliva running from mouth of a sweetish taste; a putrid, sickening odour filled whole house; all symptoms < toward night (s.s.).

─Herpetic eruption in mouth, tonsils, hard palate and fauces, completely covering inside of mouth and throat, making it very difficult to swallow even liquids.

─Syphilitic destruction of hard and soft palates.

Chronic hypertrophy of tonsils (hereditary syphilis).

─Chancrous ulcer extending across velum palati to l. pillar of pharynx (s.s.).

─Acute pharyngitis (s.s.).

Appetite indifferent and capricious (psoas abscess).

─Total loss of appetite for months, little or nothing satisfies him; formerly was generally ravenous.

─Thirst,Tendency to heavy drinking; alcoholism.

─Aversion to meat.

─Dyspepsia; flatulence, belching of wind; nervous dyspepsia.


─Heartburn with pain and rawness from stomach to throat-pit, often with cough.

─Vomiting for weeks or months due to erosion from superficial ulceration of lining of viscus, herpetic, of syphilitic origin.

Pain or distress deep in abdomen as if in omentum.

─Feeling of heat internally in hypogastric region.

─Pain in r. groin followed by swelling of glands.

─Large painless bubo in r. groin opened and discharged freely (s.s.).

─Slight lancinating pain in one groin, < at night.

─Inguinal bubo.

Stool and Anus:
Bowels torpid for five weeks (periodical neuralgia in head).

─Obstinate constipation for many years; rectum seemed tied up with strictures, when injections were given agony of passage was like child-bearing.

─Chronic constipation, with fetid breath, earthy complexion, gaunt appearance.

─Stools very dark and offensive (infantile syphilis).

─Bilious diarrhœa at seashore, painless, driving her out of bed about 5 a.m.; stools during day, later causing excoriation; face red, suffers from heat; occasional painless, whitish diarrhœa when at home, always > by going to mountains.

─Fissures in anus and rectum.

─Two indurated ulcers at mouth of anus somewhat sore; slight itching of anus (primary syphilis).

Urinary Organs:
Itching in orifice of urethra.

─A sensation, in morning on going to urinate, as if male urethra were stuffed up or clogged, about an inch from orifice.

─Scalding urine.

─Urination difficult and very slow; no pain, but a want of power, so that he has to strain.

─Urine infrequent, not oftener than once in twenty-four hours, scanty, of a golden-yellow colour.

─Profuse urination after chill; passed during night nearly a chamberful.

─Rich lemon-yellow scanty urine.

─Frequent urging to urinate all night, at least from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m.

Male Sexual Organs:
Chancre on prepuce.


─Burning in chancre size of a split pea, on prepuce above corona glandis; edges raised, bottom covered with lardaceous deposit; glans purple, on l. side covered by an exudation.

─Chancre on penis, third in two years, all on same spot (s.s.).

─Aching of genitals, could not sit still for over a month.

─After suppressed chancre, disease attacked testes and scrotum, which became painful and swollen; this was supposed to be cured, but ever since, every few weeks, if exposed at all to damp weather would be seized with pain as if in kidneys, seemingly traversing ureters, but instead of passing into bladder followed spermatic cord, down groins and into testes; pain agonising, chiefly in cord, in present attack in r.; pricking in chancre.

─Chancroid, phagedænic, spreading rapidly; buboes commencing in each groin.

─Inflammation and induration of spermatic cord.

Female Sexual Organs:
Uterus and all surrounding parts loose, soft and flabby; profuse, thick, yellow leucorrhœa; constant pain across small of back.

─Yellow offensive leucorrhœa, watery or not, so profuse it daily soaks through napkins and runs to heels of stockings if much on her feet.

─Profuse yellow leucorrhœa, <at night; in sickly, nervous children (inherited syphilis).

─Soreness of genitals, and muco-purulent discharge, in a child.

─Acrid discharge causing violent itching and inflammation of external organs, < at night from warmth of bed, parts very tender; itching and inflammation >during menses.

─Nocturnal < of r. ovarian pain, preventing sleep.

─Sore on r. labium majus, extending to l. (s.s.).

─Menstruation painful, two weeks too soon; pink-red, bright, profuse, running free for some days; napkins wash easily.

─Painful menstruation.

─Sensitiveness of os uteri, < to intolerable pain at menses, or on introduction of finger or penis; frequently causes abortion (n).

─Sharp zigzag shooting pains in region of uterus.

─Ovaries congested and inflamed; tendency to ovarian tumours.

─Sore aching in l. ovarian region, extending to r. with darting pains.

─L. ovary swollen, during coitus, at moment of orgasm, a sharp cutting pain like a knife, and twice there was smarting as of a sore; ovary swelled so much that its size and shape could easily be felt through abdominal walls (caused byBuboin).

─Uterine and ovarian diseases with pronounced nervous disorders, esp. in married women.

─Mammæ sensitive to touch, feeling sore; during menses, and at other times.

Respiratory Organs:
Hoarse, almost complete aphonia, day before menses.

─Diseased cartilages of larynx (tertiary syphilis).

─Chronic asthma, in summer, esp. when weather was warm and damp; most frequently in evening, passing off at daybreak.

─Pain and oppression at bifurcation of bronchia and in larynx, it hurts her to breathe.

─Attacks of spasmodic bronchial asthma for twenty-five years; they come on only at night after lying down or during a thunderstorm, producing most intense nervous insomnia, entirely preventing sleep for days and nights.

─Violent attacks of dyspnœa, wheezing and rattling of mucus, from 1 to 4 a.m.

─Cough: hard cough < at night, when it is continuous, preventing sleep.

─Hard, constant cough, with thick, yellow, tasteless expectoration.

─Dry, racking cough, with thick, purulent expectoration, caused by a sensation of rasping or scraping in throat, always at night.

─Whooping-cough with terrible vomiting.

─Cannot lie on r. side, as it causes a dry cough.

─Muco-purulent expectoration, greyish, greenish, greenish-yellow, tasteless.

─Expectoration without cough, quite clear, white, feels like a round ball and rushes into mouth.

Rattling in chest and throat.

─Soreness of chest, with great anguish and inability to retain a recumbent position; in winter, severe bronchial cough succeeded asthmatic attacks; a regular type of chills and fever developed; suffered from this many years ago.

─Pain in centre of chest as if skin were drawn up, on drawing the head back.

─Lack of sleep produces a sudden faintness and sinking sensation in chest; three spells succeeded each other during a single night.

─Oppression of chest to such an extent as almost to arrest breathing; asthma caused by sensation as if sternum were being gradually drawn towards dorsal vertebræ; expansion of chest difficult; confusion of mind as if unconsciousness might follow.

─Sensation of pressure under upper part of sternum.

─Pain and pressure behind sternum.

─Angina; ptosis l. eye; facial paralysis l. side, slight aphasia; impotence (relieved).

─Eczematous herpetic eruptions on chest.

Lancinating pains in heart at night, from base to apex (Medor. has reverse).

─Valvular disease of heart.

Neck and Back:
Heavy aching and stiffness from base of neck up through muscles and cords into brain.

─Caries of cervical spine with great curvature in same region, directly forward; pain in curvature always < at night (no proof of syphilis).

─Enlargement of cervical glands and a number of pedunculated pin-head warts on neck, cured by Syco-syphilinum(hereditary syphilis; girl, 10).

─Enlargement of glands in different parts of body, particularly abundant about neck; indurated and slightly painful, causing a sensation of fulness and suffusion in face, throat and head (n).

─Enormous swelling of glands of head and neck (Hodgkin's disease).

─Rigidity of muscles.

─A heavy, dragging, dull feeling in lumbar region, with want of elasticity.

─Great pain in back in region of kidneys, < after urinating (s.s.).

─Pains commencing in sacral regions internally, and apparently coming around to uterus.

─Pain at coccyx at its junction with sacrum, sometimes in lower sacral vertebræ;< on sitting, with a sensation as if swollen, though it is not.

─Caries of dorsal vertebræ with acute curvature, for five months, every night most intense neuralgic pains, commencing generally from 5 to 7 p.m., and never terminating till about 5 a.m.; < by least motion, and slightly> by warm poultices.

─Psoas abscess first l. then r.

─Nocturnal < of pains in back, hips and thighs.

Aching pains in limbs like growing pains.

─Gradual rigidity of all joints after eruption; flexors seem contracted.

─Rheumatic swelling of l. wrist and big toe, bluish red, with pains as if somebody sawed at his bones with a dull saw; > by heat of stove; < from sundown to sunrise; no appetite; has lasted two weeks (rheumatism).

─Feeling of numbness in palms and soles, at times a prickly sensation as if numb parts were punctured by a great number of needles.

─Excruciating arthritis; swelling, heat, and redness intense.

─Rheumatism, muscles are caked in hard knots or lumps.

Upper Limbs:
Rheumatism of shoulder-joint or at insertion of deltoid, < from raising arm laterally.

─Can only raise arms to a right angle with axilla; trying to force them higher causes muscles to suddenly become paralysed and they drop pendant (n).

─Lameness and pain of arm on motion, < on raising arm up in front as if reaching; pain located about insertion of deltoid in upper third of humerus, not painful to pressure.

─Fingers and thumbs have runarounds (infantile syphilis).

─Always washing the hands.

─Hands badly ulcerated on backs (s.s.).

─R. second finger swollen and stiffened (s.s.).

Lower Limbs:
Swelling of legs from knees down, soles painful when standing on them; swelling goes down in morning, comes back at night.

─Pains in lower extremities, excruciating, completely banish sleep; < from hot fomentations; > pouring cold water on them (n).

─Cannot sit in a low chair, or squat down, owing to loss of control over knee and hip-joints (n).

─Pains in long bones of lower extremities, also in joints (n.).

─Dull pain over backs of feet to toes, began soon after getting into bed, lasting until 4 or 5 a.m.

─For two or three winters intense cold pain in both legs, < in l., came on every night on lying down, lasting all night; > by getting up and walking, and in warm weather.

─Pain in three toes of r. foot as if disjointed.

─Slight contraction of tendons beneath r. knee (psoas abscess).

─Tearing pains in hip and thighs, < at night, > about daybreak,> by walking, not affected by weather (improved).

─Redness and rawness with terrible itching between toes (s.s.).

─Bubo with pain in spot on middle of r. thigh in front, only when standing and on deep pressure, which seemed to touch spot, which was apparently on periosteum.

─Two ulcers larger than a crown piece, dirty stinking, slouching, with jagged, elevated edges, one on thigh above patella another on head of tibia; two large pieces of bone came away from head of tibia (s.s.).

─Osteosarcoma in centre of r. tibia the size of half an ostrich egg, pains agonising at night, growth irregular, spongy, partly laminated, very hard (s.s.).

─Contracted, painful feeling in soles, as if tendons were too short.

Utter prostration and debility in morning.


─Dwarfed, shrivelled-up, old-looking babies and children.

─Epileptic convulsions after menses.

Pustular eruption on different parts of body; in patches on certain places, particularly on wrists and shins, where bones are nearest cuticle, and isolated other large pustules on other parts, these break, discharging an ichorous fluid for one or two days, then heal, leaving characteristic pockmark cicatrice; patches take longer to heal, discharging same fluid till healing process commences.

─After healing of chancre a fresh pustular eruption appears on different parts of body, which, when pustules have discharged an ichorous liquid and healed up, leaves fresh coppery pockmarks Medorr. removed it permanently, causing it to turn yellow-brown, dry at edges and scale off, leaving skin permanently clear and free.

─Biting sensation in different parts of body, as if bitten by bugs, at night only.

─Syphilitic rash, very prominent on forehead, chin, arms and front of thorax, an abundance of fine scales peeling off; large prominent spot on centre of forehead, filled with fluid, as also are some smaller patches (s.s.).

─Syphilitic bullæ discharging freely on cheeks, under chin, on back of shoulders, on scalp and other parts of body (infantile syphilis).

─Maculæ; copper-coloured (s.s.).

─Pemphigus, looking like a pock, often confluent and persistently reappears.

─Skin bluish.

Great restlessness at night, impossible to keep leg in one position.

─Absolute sleeplessness (vies with Sul. in producing quiet, refreshing sleep).

─Wakes soon after midnight and cannot sleep again till 6 a.m.

Great pains in head, whole body extremely cold, looked blue; wanted to be covered with blankets or couldn't get warm; no appetite; sleeping almost continually, could not be roused (s.s.).

─Nervous chills preceded by pains in head, esp. occiput and scalp of that part; pains below waist, in pelvis, legs, esp. tibia, which is sensitive to touch; bowels torpid; cross, irritable, peevish; pains begin every day 4 p.m., culminate at midnight, disappear at daylight.

─After retiring nerve chill beginning in anus, running down legs; desire for stool, > by profuse urination and by eructations.

─Fever: dry, hot, shortly after going to bed, parted lips, great thirst; 11 to 1 daily.

─Sweat: profuse at night, sleepless and restless; esp. between scapulæ and down to waist, with excessive general debility.

anger, irritability, vexed easily;bones; chronicity; despair hopeless; eyelids falling, drooping; hairfall; headache;nails, affections; nausea, vomiting; reaction poor, lack of;salivation; sensation as of air, as if fanned; shrieking, cries, weeps;syphilis

complaints alternate
craves milk soaked in bread
exudations - pleurisy
joints stiff, lame, contractures
marasmus, esp lower extremities (arg-n)
metastasis, complaints change type (puls)
paralytic effects
ravenous appetite, yet loses weight (iod, nat-m)
rheumatism and gout
tuberculosis (tub)
worse checked secretions, suppression

antisocial (anac)
apathy, indifference
calculation is difficult
despair of recovery (ars,psor)
loss of memory, cannot remember names
sensation as if going insane
washes hands often (lac-c,med)
as if about to be paralysed
as if going insane
as if top of head coming off
feeling of cold air blowing on eyes
lancinating pains in hear from base to apex
sees one image below another, diplopia
dull, red, copper-colored eruptions with odor
indented, deep longitudinal cracks in tongue
muscles contracted in hard knots
pain in shoulder < raising arm laterally
ptosis, sleepy look from drooping eyelids (caust,graph)
redness and rawness between toes
salivation, dribbling in sleep
teeth decay at edge of gums
teeth dwarfed in size, converge at tip
arms, raising laterally < [p]
burning in soles on stepping after sitting long and itching soles on walking [t]
diplopia, one image seen below the other [a]
dull, copper colored eruptions becoming blue when cold [a]
face, paralysis, twitching of eyelids, with [p]
hereditary tendency to alcoholism [a]
neuralgic headache at night causing sleeplessness and delirium [a]
nightly headache with falling of hair [a]
pains from darkness till daylight, begin with twilight and end with daylight [a]
pains shifting and require frequent change of position [a]
putrid taste before convulsions [kr]
teeth are cupped, edges serrated, dwarfed in size, converge at tips [a]
teeth cupped in children [kr]
terrible dread of night on account of mental and physical exhaustion on awakening, it is intolerable, death is preferable [a]
throat and skin troubles ever since chancre treated by local means [a]
worse from twilight to daylight [a]

W orse-• Night.• Sundown to sunrise.- Damp.Extreme heat or cold. Every alternate full moon.During thunderstorms.In any position.Motion. Raising arms laterally. Squatting.Winter.Summer. Sea shore.Protruding tongue.

Better- Continued or slow motion.Changing positions.High altitudes.Applied heat.During day.

Comparative study:

abortion, habitual-apis; caul; ferr; syph.

anus, fissure-cham; graph; nat-m; nit-ac;paeon; rat; syph.

aversion to meat (rev, staph)-calc-s; graph; mur-ac; nit-ac; petr;sil; syph; tub.

bones, affections-asaf; aur; calc-f; calc-p; calc; fl-ac; kali-i; merc; mez; ph-ac; phos;phyt; sil; syph.

bones, caries-fl-ac; mez; syph; tell; ther.

bones, night <-aur; kali-i; merc; syph

cannot rest in any position-pip-m; ran-b; rhus-t; sanic; syph;xanth

complaints increase and decrease gradually(rev, bell, nit-ac)
gels; glon; kalm; plat; sang;stann; stront; syph.

consolation <-cact; hell; ign; kali-s; lil-t; nat-m;sep; sil; syph.

constipation, obstinate-sul-i; syph.

cravings for alcohol-ars; asar; caps; crot-h; lach; nux-v; staph; sulph; syph.

direction, right side to left-calc-p; caust; lyc; merc-i-f; sil;syph; verat.

dwarfish-ambr; bar-c; bar-m; calc-p; con;med; ol-j; syph; thyr.

emaciation, atrophy-acal; calc-i; hell; lec; ornith; phos;plb; sanic; sars; syph.

face, brown across nose-carb-an; op; sanic; sep; syph.

face, old look-arg-n; bar-c; lyc; op; sanic; sars;syph.

female, leucorrhea acrid, corroding-caul; fl-ac; iod; kreos; merc; prun;syph.

female, leucorrhea causing itching-carb-ac; helon; hydr; syph.

nails, deformed, thickened etc.-ant-c; calc-f; fl-ac; graph; sabad;sep; syph; thuj.

offensiveness of body-bapt; guaj; psor; syph; thuj.

reaction poor, lack of-am-c; ambr; ant-t; caps; con;cupr; dig; hell; hydr-ac; laur; med;mosch; olnd; op; ph-ac; psor;sulph; syph; tarent; ther; tub;valer; zinc.

saliva increased during sleep-merc; syph.

sleeplessness, insomnia-anhal; bell-p; but-ac; chol; coff;hyos; ox-ac; passif; scut; senec;syph; zinc-val.

teeth decay, caries at edge of gums-syph; thuj.

tendency to wash hands-coca; lac-c; psor; syph.

children infants, fontanelles depressed, open-apis; calc-p; calc; ip; merc; puls;sep; sil; sulph; syph.

infantile marasmus-abrot; ars-i; aur; calc-hp; calc-p;calc; chin; iod; lyc; mag-c; nat-m;plb; sanic; sil; sulph; syph; ther;tub.

newborn children who cry continuously-syph; thuj.

Compare: In bone diseases and syphilitic affections, Aur., Asaf., K. iod., Merc., Nit. ac. < At night, Aur., Merc., Sul. (Med. and Sycotics <early morning). < At sea-shore; >inland (Med. opp). < At seaside; averse to consolation, Nat. m. Dysmenorrhœa, Med. Deep-in headache, Bac. Pains increase and decrease Slowly, Stn. Ozæna with offensive clinkers. Sep., Pul., Pso., K. bi. Succession of abscesses (Anthrac., succession of boils). Syphilitic stomatitis, Lach., Lac c., Merc. Nodes, K. iod., K. bi., Mang., Merc. Emaciation, Abrot, Iod. Lancinating pains in heart (from base to apex), Med. (from apex to base), Spi. (from base to clavicle or shoulder). Fears suffering from exhaustion on awaking, Lach. Ptosis, Caust., Graph. Hereditary tendency to alcoholism, Asar., Pso., Tub., Sul., Sul. ac. Constipation with labour-like pains. Lac d., Tub. Fissure in anus, Thuj. Shoulder rheumatism < raising arm laterally, Rhus, Sang. (r. shoulder), Fer. (left), Urt. ur. Dentition troubles < night (Med. <early morning). Hereditary syphilis; dentition, Kre. Vertigo < looking up (Sul., looking down). As if teeth out of place (Tub. as if jammed together). Thunder, effect of, Pho.

Suggested Trios:

1.Ars > phos> syph
2.Penic > puls > syph
3.Lach > anac > syph
4.Bell > merc > syph

Works best in very high potency- (50M-CM). Don't expect it work quickly. May have to wait (6 months- 1 year) for any action develop.


1. A Dictionary of practical Materia medica - J. H. CLARKE
2. Lotus Materia Medica - ROBIN MURPHY, ND, page -( 1716- 1719)
3. A select Homoeopathic Materia medica- P. ISHWARDAS TARKAS AND AJIT K. KULKARNI, part - 1, page-( 431-444)
4. Materia medica of Homeopathic medicines - DR. S. R. PHATAK
5. Materia Medica of NOSODEA - O. A. JULIAN ,page - (280- 298)
6. Homeopathic quick reference ( HQR), VERSION: 3.0
7. Essence of Materia Medica - GEORGE VITHOULKAS, page -( 197- 198)

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Fulfil you symptoms and rubrics

colic, gall-stones : Ars., bapt.Bell.Berb.,bry.calc.Card-m.cham.chel.Chin.,chion.chlf.chlol.cupr., dig., dios.ip.,iris.kali-ar., kali-bi.kali-c.lach.laur.,lept.lith.Lyc., mang., merc., Nat-s.nux-v.podo., puls., rhus-t., sep.Verat.
This is not a complete symptoms or rubrics, it's an auxiliary symptoms. Please fulfill it by take total case with causation, symptoms and nature of stone.


It's not clear what causes gallstones to form. Doctors think gallstones may result when:
  • Your bile contains too much cholesterol. Normally, your bile contains enough chemicals to dissolve the cholesterol excreted by your liver. But if your liver excretes more cholesterol than your bile can dissolve, the excess cholesterol may form into crystals and eventually into stones.
  • Your bile contains too much bilirubin. Bilirubin is a chemical that's produced when your body breaks down red blood cells. Certain conditions cause your liver to make too much bilirubin, including liver cirrhosis, biliary tract infections and certain blood disorders. The excess bilirubin contributes to gallstone formation.
  • Your gallbladder doesn't empty correctly. If your gallbladder doesn't empty completely or often enough, bile may become very concentrated and this contributes to the formation of gallstones.

Types of gallstones

Types of gallstones that can form in the gallbladder include:
  • Cholesterol gallstones. The most common type of gallstone, called a cholesterol gallstone, often appears yellow in color. These gallstones are composed mainly of undissolved cholesterol, but may contain other components.
  • Pigment gallstones. These dark brown or black stones form when your bile contains too much bilirubin.


Factors that may increase your risk of gallstones include:
  • Being female
  • Being age 60 or older
  • Being an American Indian
  • Being a Mexican-American
  • Being overweight or obese
  • Being pregnant
  • Eating a high-fat diet
  • Eating a high-cholesterol diet
  • Eating a low-fiber diet
  • Having a family history of gallstones
  • Having diabetes
  • Losing weight very quickly
  • Taking some cholesterol-lowering medications
  • Taking medications that contain estrogen, such as hormone therapy drugs.

    Gallstones may cause no signs or symptoms. If a gallstone lodges in a duct and causes a blockage, signs and symptoms may result, such as:
    • Sudden and rapidly intensifying pain in the upper right portion of your abdomen
    • Sudden and rapidly intensifying pain in the center of your abdomen, just below your breastbone
    • Back pain between your shoulder blades
    • Pain in your right shoulder
    Gallstone pain may last several minutes to a few hours.