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Viscum Album


Dr. S.R. Phatak describes the clinically confirmed symptoms of the homeopathic remedy Viscum Album in his Concise Materia Medica, published in 1977.


Generalities

      Mistletoe affects the nerves and female sexual organs. General tremor as if all muscles are in fibrillary contraction. Neuralgia. Chorea from fright. Spinal pains due to uterine causes. Epilepsy, he felt a glow that rose up from feet to head. Gouty and rheumatic complaints. Blood would not clot and wounds would not heal. Sciatica, with otorrhoea.

Worse

      Winter; cold stormy weather. Motion. Lying on left side. Becoming chilled while hot. Suppression of menses.

Mind

      Fear of telephone.

Head

      Vertigo; persistent; after epileptic attack. Sudden throbbing in vertex.

Abdomen

      Feels as if someone were dragging her down from the waist. Sore about waist.

Urinary

      Urine milky; after standing.

Female

      Metrorrhagia; blood partly bright and partly clotted and dark.

Respiratory

      Feeling of suffocation when lying on left side. Bronchial asthma, connected with gout or rheumatism.

Heart

      Palpitation, during coitus, in males. Hypertrophy. Low tension.

Extremities

      Tearing, shooting, pains, in both thighs and upper extremity. Sciatica; with otorrhoea. Sensation of a spider crawling over back of hand and foot. Red hot coal applied to the heel as if. Glow sensation from foot to head. Lumbago from a chill, wants someone to press against the back.

Related

      Bufo.



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