Chamomilla - RelationshipsGerman Chamomile, Chamomile, Camomile, Chamom., Camomilla, Chamomila, Camomila, Chamomilla Vulgaris
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Chamomilla may help, unprocessed Chamomilla is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Chamomilla in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Compare: Cypriped; Anthemis; Aconite Aconite; Pulsatilla Puls.; Coffea Tosta Coffea; Belladonna Bellad.; Staphysagria Staphis.; gnat. Follows Belladonna Belladonna in diseases of children and abuse of Opium N/A . Rubus villosus - Blackberry - (diarrhoea of infancy; stools watery and clay colored).
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REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Chamomilla. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Cina > compare
Compare: Santoninum Santonin - (often preferable in worm affections; same symptoms as Cina; corresponding to the “pain in shocks” produced by Cina. Visual illusions, YELLOW sight; violent light not recognized, colors not distinguishable. Urine deep Crocus Sativus Saffron color. Spasms and twitchings, chronic gastric and intestinal troubles sometimes removed by a single dose (physiological) of Santonin ( Dahlke.) Helminthochortos - Worm-moss (acts very powerfully on intestinal worms, especially the lumbricoid.) Teucrium Marum Verum Teucrium; Ignatia Ignat.; Chamomilla Cham.; Spigelia Anthelmia Spig.
Coffea Cruda > compare
Compare: Coffea Tosta Coffea Tosta ( Roasting develops certain vitamin-like substances (P. T. Matte). Pigeons which have developed “deficiency” neuritis and paralysis on diet of polished rice lost their disabilities on the addition of 8 cc to a 5% infusion of Coffea Cruda to their food. Un roasted coffee was useless.) Caffeine. - (a crystalline alkaloid - is a direct heart stimulant and diuretic. Dropsy depending on cardiac insufficiency. Myocardial degeneration. Cardiac insufficiency in pneumonia and other infectious diseases. Raises the blood pressure, increases pulse rate and stimulates the heart muscle; hence, a support in extreme feebleness or threatened failure. Stimulates the respiratory center, nerve centers and Increases diuresis. One of the best stimulants of the vasomotor centers. Acute pulmonary edema. Brachialgia and other neuralgias characterized by Nocturnal exacerbations. Jousset uses equal parts of caffeine and sachar. lac. 3 grains taken in divided doses every other day. Hypodermically, 1/4 grain. Excruciating facial neuralgia from decayed teeth; Aconite Acon.; Chamomilla Cham.; Nux Vomica Nux; Cypripedium Pubescens Cyp.; Caffeine and plants containing it, as KOLA, Thea Sinensis Thea, etc. Strong black Coffea Cruda, drunk as hot as possible, is indispensable as an antidote in a large number of poisons, especially narcotics. Hot coffee by rectum in cases of extreme collapse.)
Colocynthis > compare
Compare: Lobelia Erinus Lobelia Erinus (violent cork-screw-like pains in abdomen). Dipodium punctatum (writhing. Twisting like a dying snake. Intractable insomnia.) Dioscorea Villosa Dioscor.; Chamomilla Chamom.; Cocculus Indicus Coccul.; Merc Viv Merc; Plum N/A .; Magnesia Phosphorica Mag. Phos.
Ipecacuanha > compare
Compare: Emetine - principal alkaloid of Ipecacuanha ( A powerful amebicide, but is not a bactericide. Specific for amebiasis; of remarkable value in treatment of amebic dysentery; also as a remedy in pyorrhoea, 1/2 gr. daily for three days, then less. Emetin, 1/2 gr. hypodermically, in Psoriasis. Emetin hydroch. 2X, diarrhoea with colicky, abdominal pains and nausea. Emetin for endameba dysentery. In physiological doses must be carefully watched. May produce hepatization of lungs, rapid heart action, tendency for the head to fall forward and lobar pneumonia. In hematemesis and other hemorrhages, compare: Gelatin (which has a marked effect on the coagulability of the blood. Hypodermically; or if by mouth, a 10 percent. Jelly, about 4 oz., three times a day). Arsenicum Album Arsenic; Chamomilla Cham.; Pulsatilla Puls.; Antimonium Tartaricum Tart. Em.; Squill convolvulus (colic and diarrhoea.) Typha latifolia - Cat-tail flag (dysentery, diarrhoea) and summer complaint. Euphorbium Euphorbia Hypericifolia - Garden Spurge - (Very similar to Ipecac. Irritation of the respiratory and gastro-intestinal tracts and female organs). Lippia mexicana - (Persistent dry, hard, bronchial cough - asthma and chronic bronchitis). In Asthma, compare: Blatta Orientalis Blatta Orientalis.