Cicuta MaculataCicuta Mac.
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Cicuta Maculata in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Common names, Water hemlock, spotted cowbane, beaver poison, musquash.
Preparation, Tincture of the root gathered in summer.
The effects of the C. maculata are very like those of the Virosa, the most prominent symptom being Falls unconscious, tetanic or clonic convulsions. Body covered with sweat. For comparisons see Cic. v. SYMPTOMS.≡ show all authors ...
Fell on their way, and were picked up unconscious (after one hour),
Delirium (after half an hour),
Fell on their way, and were picked up unconscious.≡ more ...
Dizziness (after one hour),
Began to feel queer about the head (after half an hour),
Head hot.≡ more ...
Pupils dilated to the utmost extent,
Eyes too sensible to light (after half an hour),
Astonishing mobility of eyeballs and eyelids with widely dilated pupils.≡ more ...
Jaws rigidly fixed (two cases), (after two hours),
Face bloated like that of a drowned person, deathly pale.
Face livid, even purple.
Jaws rigid.≡ more ...
Bloody froth issued from mouth and nose,
Frothing at the mouth,
Bloody foam from nose and mouth.≡ more ...
Muscles of deglutition spasmodically affected, on presenting any substance to the mouth,
Spasm of muscles of deglutition on presenting anything to mouth.≡ more ...
Heart and pulse
Scarcely any pulse perceptible,
Fell backwards in convulsions, which with various remissions and exacerbations continued till he died; they consisted of tremors, violent contractions and distortions, with alternate and imperfect relaxations of the whole muscular system, astonishing mobility of the eyeballs and eyelashes, with widely dilated pupils, stridor dentium, trismus, frothing at mouth and nose, mixed with blood, and occasionally violent and genuine epilepsy; the convulsive agitations were so powerful and incessant that I could not examine his pulse with sufficient constancy to ascertain its character,≡ more ...
Stertorous breathing (two cases), (after two hours),
Pulse before the convulsion 51, and of the ordinary strength, afterwards weak; could not be felt during the convulsion,≡ more ...
Colicky pains in bowels (after half an hour),
Burning pain at epigastrium (after half an hour),
Every few minutes he complained of a sensation of universal distress, with oppression of the stomach,
Nausea and vomiting; frothy, glairy fluid. 12, 13. Abdomen and Stool.
Pain in bowels; ineffectual desire for Stool. 20, 21. Back and Limbs.
Falls backward in convulsions.
Every muscle in the body in powerful clonic spasm.
Body and extremities cold.≡ more ...
Rectum and anus
Felt as if he had a call to a dejection, but on going to stool he could do nothing,≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
Complete coma (two cases), (after two hours),
During the intervals of vomiting he lay in a deep sleep,
During intervals of vomiting lay in deep sleep.≡ more ...
Violent convulsive fits, with frothing at the mouth, which continued for about an hour and a half, when he died,
Several convulsions at intervals of ten or fifteen minutes,≡ more ...