DuboisinumCork Wood Elm, Duboisia Myoporoides, Duboisia
Below are the strongest indications of Duboisinum based on traditional homeopathic usage. Indications have not been reviewed by the FDA. If symptoms persist always consult a medical professional.
Acts chiefly on the nervous system, eyes, upper respiratory tract. Recommended in pharyngitis sicca, with black, stringy mucus. It dilates the pupil, dries the mouth, checks perspiration, causes headache and drowsiness. On the eye it acts more promptly than Atropia, much stronger as a mydriatic. Red spot floats in the field of vision. Sensation as if stepping on empty space. Vertigo with pale face; not gastric in origin. Scarlet fever; locomotor ataxia. Palliative in exophthalmic goitre.
It antagonizes Muscarine. duboisin sulphate 1-100 gr. Sedative in mania. 2-4 milligrams a day. Hysteroepilepsy. Motor restlessness of insane. Has been used as a substitute for atrophia in doses of 1-20 of a grain hypodermically.) Antidotes: Morphia;; Pilocarp. Compare: Bellad.; Stram.; Hyos.
Third to twelfth potency.
Entries on a white background are from Boericke's Materia Medica. Entries on a green background are from a reversed Kent's repertory, with some alterations to modernise the language. Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.