WHITE BRYONY; WILD HOP.
Rheumatic pains in the limbs with tension; aggravated by motion and .
Stiffness in the joints (Amm-M., Belladonna, Causticum, Colchicum, Rhus toxicodendron).
Oversensitiveness of the senses to external impressions (Belladonna, Coffea, Nux vomica).
AN IRRITABLE MOOD AND INCLINED TO BE ANGRY (Natrum muriaticum, Nux vomica, Sulphur).
Ailments from charging, mortification or anger (Coloc., Ignatia, Staphysagria) (A.).
Desires things immediately which are not to be had, or which when offered are refused (Chamomilla). (A.).
THE CHILD DISLIKES TO BE CARRIED OR TO BE RAISED (A.).
During delirium the patient expresses a continual “desire to go home”. He imagines that he is not at home and longs to be taken there in order to be properly cared for (F.).
Diarrhoea: bilious, acrid stools, with soreness of the anus; stools like dirty water (leucorrhoea like blackish water-Rhus. T.); stools of undigested food (A.).
Diarrhoea from cold drinks when overheated, from fruit, or sour kraut; worse in the morning, on moving even a hand or foot (A.).
DIARRHOEA: from cold drinks when overheated, from fruit, or sour kraut; worse in the morning, or on moving, even a hand or foot (A.).
Eyes very sore, and feel as if they would be pressed out of the head (Bt.).
During colic, must keep very still (G.).
Peritonitis: with stinging, burning pains (Apis., Arsenicum, Belladonna, Lachesis, Phosphorus, Sulphur); abdomen very sore to the touch, with constipation (Bt.).
Inflammation of the liver, with stitching pains, aggravated by motion (Bt.).
Tensive, burning pain in the region of the liver, which is swollen and sore (Hm.).
FREQUENT BLEEDING OF THE NOSE, WHEN THE MENSES SHOULD APPEAR (G.).
Swelling and stiffness of the affected parts (Apis., Belladonna, Colchicum, Kali carb.).
PRICKING, DARTING AND STINGING IN THE JOINTS, MUSCLES AND INNER PARTS.
Inflammations of the inner parts (lungs and liver).
Pain in the bones, as if the flesh had been beaten off.
COLOUR OF THE FACE BLUISH-RED.
HEADACHE FROM IRONING (Sepia) (A.).
HEADACHE : AS IF THE HEAD WOULD SPLIT OPEN; GREATLY AGGRAVATED BY MOTION, OPENING THE EYES, OR STOOPING; RELIEVED BY PRESSURE AND CLOSING THE EYES (Bt.).
Headache from constipation (Nux vomica) (A.).
Congestive headache, as if forehead would burst open, with epistaxis (Lachesis, Sepia) (Bt.).
Nausea while drinking (K.).
CANNOT SIT UP FROM NAUSEA AND FAINTNESS (G.).
VOMITING OF BITTER SUBSTANCE (BILE) (Cadm-S, Eup-P., Ipecac., Nat-S., Nux vomica, Podophyllum).
THIRST; HE DRINKS NOT OFTEN, BUT MUCH AT A TIME.
The taste is bitter and the tongue is dry and has a yellowish coat.
Dry, cracked lips (Natrum muriaticum) (G.).
The mouth is unusually dry, with thirst (Arsenicum, Natrum muriaticum, Sulphur) (Bt.).
EVERYTHING TASTES BITTER (EVERYTHING TASTES BITTER EXCEPT WATER- Aconite, Stann.) (Bt.).
Food is thrown up immediately after eating (Arsenicum) (G.).
PRESSURE IN THE PIT OF THE STOMACH, AS IF THERE WAS A STONE IN IT; GOES OFF WITH MUCH ERUCTATION (Carbo vegetabilis, Nux vomica, Puls). (Bt.).
CONSTIPATION : FROM INDURATION OF THE STOOLS, OR BECAUSE THE FAECES ARE TOO LARGE IN SIZE (Opium, Plb., Selenium, Sulphur).
Diarrhoea in the morning, as soon as the moves (Nat-S.) (Bt.).
Diarrhoea brought on by cold drinks in warm weather (diarrhoea) from drinking impure water-Zingib. (Bt.).
Diarrhoea after castor oil (K.).
CONSTIPATION, STOOLS DRY AND HARD, AS IF BURNT (Bt.).
Constipation, from inactivity of the rectum (Alumina, Opium, Sulphur); no inclination (Platina, Sepia, Silicea); stool large, hard, dark and dry (A.).
Constipation of emigrants (from carriage-riding-Ignatia, Platina).
Constipation on going to sea (Platina; constipation at sea-shore-Mag-M.) (A.).
RESPIRATION OPPRESSED AND DEEP (Ant-T., Arsenicum, Phosphorus).
Cough: dry, spasmodic, with gagging and vomiting (Kali carb.); with stitches in the side of the chest; with headache, as if the head would fly to pieces; worse after eating, drinking, entering a warm room, and a deep inspiration.
Dry, and racking cough, with scanty expectoration (Nux vomica) (A.).
Blood spitting or haemoptysis (Aconite, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Cact., Ferrum, Lachesis, Millefolium, Acid nitricum, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Rhus toxicodendron, Sepia) (A.).
COMPLAINTS FROM SUPPRESSED DISCHARGES (SUCH AS MENSES, MILK-ETC.) OR ERUPTION OF AN ACUTE EXANTHEMATA (A.).
Chilliness after anger (Aconite, Arsenicum, Chamomilla, Nux vomica, Teucrium) (A.).
The pulse is hard and hurried (Aconite, Belladonna, Ferr-P., Stramonium, Verat-V.).
REPERCUSSION OF ERUPTIONS (Apis., Arsenicum, Cuprum, Helleborus, Phosphorus, Sulphur Zincum met.).
Undeveloped measles (Apis., Gelsemium, Zincum met.) (B.).
Urine : hot, red, and diminished in quantity (Bt.).
Dark and scanty urine (A.).
Menses: too early, too profuse, and worse on motion (G.)
Frequent bleeding of the nose when the menses should appear (G.).
Vicarious menses (Lachesis, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla) (A.)(>)
During menses, tearing pains in the legs, worse on motion (G.).
MAMMAE: HEAVY; OF A STONY HARDNESS; PALE BUT HARD; HOT AND PAINFUL (Bell); MUST SUPPORT THE BREASTS (Phytolacca) (A.).
Milk fever (Ferrum P., PUls., Rhus-T) (F.).
Suppressed lochia (Belladonna, Chamomilla, Hyoscyamus, Nux vomica, Opium, Pulsatilla, Pyrog., Secale, Stramonium, Sulph, Veratrum, Zincum met.) (K.).
CHEWING MOTION OF THE JAW (Aconite, Belladonna, Calcarea, Chamomilla, Helleborus, Ignatia, Mercurius, Phosphorus) (K.).
DELIRIUM: TALKS CONSTANTLY ABOUT HIS BUSINESS (Arsenicum, Cantharis, Hyoscyamus, Stramonium). OR IN HIS DELIRIUM DESIRES TO GET OUT OF BED AND GO HOME (Cimic., Hyoscyamus). (A.).
A sovereign remedy or all inflammation that have advanced to the stage of serous effusion (Apis., Sulphur) (Bt.).
Sour or oily sweat (Calcarea, Magnesia carb., Mercurius, Nux vomica, Sumb., Thuja (B.).
Complaints of heavy pressure just over the sternum (phos.) (F)
Pleurisy with effusion (Apis, Kali-c, Phos, Sulphur)
Pleuro-pneumonia; after croupous exudation (F)
Synovitis: the affected joint, is pale-red tense; there are sharp, stitching pains, aggravated by any motion (F)
In intermittent fever the chills commences at the lips, or from the tips of the fingers and toes.
In typhoid fever it is frequently of service when the mucous membranes are dry, the lips and tongue are parched and cracked, and the stools are dry, as if burnt. The patient is drowsy, or sleeps during the day, but is delirious at night, and desires to remain perfectly quiet.
At 9 P.M.: by motion; from moving the affected parts during inspiration; while lying on the painless side, from touch; from warmth, and during summer.
While exhaling, while lying on the painful side, by tightly bandaging the affected parts; from pressure; during rest; and from taking cold things.
RELATIONSHIP; Complementary; Alum, and Rhus-t,
Similar to; Apis, Bell, Hep, Kali-c, Merc, Phos, Puls, Ran-B, Sep and Sulph.