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Question about Chelidonium MajusMonths ago I bought a bottle of Chelidonium Majus after reading in a booklet that it was for 'fainting after lifting'. Now I am unable to find any reference to it either on this site, on the internet or through a homeopath.
Can someone please tell me if Chel is ever used for this condition?
luckyme on 2008-10-27
I looked it up in materia medicas and rubrics and couldn't find any reference either.
Is that lifting as to lift a weight or you mean standing up, raising from bed, etc?
raphaeloliveira 9 years agoFaintness after bending over and lifting a weight, i.e. removing something heavy from the trunk of my car and placing it in the trunk of car next to me. It came on suddenly.
luckyme 9 years agoI couldn't find anything more specific like fainting directly associated to lifting but here's a list of remedies which symptoms may aggravate by lifting:
Calc; Carb-an; Carb-v; Graph; Lyc; Rhus-t; Arn; Bor; Bry; Con; Kali-c; Merc; Nat-c; Nat-m; Ph-ac; Phos; Sep; Sil; Sulph
raphaeloliveira 9 years agoIf there is pain in your right shoulder and the other symptoms appear along with that, then Chel is a good medicine.
If your left shoulder has the pain, then Kali Carb is more appropriate with those sympotms.
The symptoms you are mentioning are covered under extreme general lethargy.
♥ PANKAJ VARMA 9 years ago
Thank you for your replies. There is no pain associated with it although there is strain since the objects I lifted were heavy.
I'll make a note of the other remedies sugggested.
Extreme general lethary doesn't seem to fit since I was actively involved in things I liked on two occasions.
luckyme 9 years ago
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