CIMEX LECTULARIUS


Homeopathy medicine Cimex Lectularius from William Boericke’s Pocket manual of homoeopathic materia medica, comprising the characteristic and guiding symptoms of all remedies, published in 1906


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(CIMEX – ACANTHIA)

Of use in intermittent fever, with weariness and inclination to stretch. Hamstrings feel too short (Ammon mur). Flexors mostly affected. Sensation of retraction of arm tendons. Stretching.

Head.–Violent headache, caused by drinking. Great rage; vehement at beginning of chilly stage. Would like to tear everything to pieces. Pain under right frontal bone.

Female.–Shooting pain from vagina up towards left ovary.

Fever.–Chilliness of whole body. Sensation as of wind blowing on knees. Pains in all joints, as if tendons were too short, especially knee-joints. Chill; worse lying down. Thirst during apyrexia, but little during chilly stage; still less during hot stage, and none during sweating. Musty, offensive sweat.

Bowels.–Constipation, feces dry and in small balls (Op; Plumb; Thuj) and hard. Ulcer of rectum.

Dose.–Sixth to two hundredth attenuation.



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