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Gaultheria

Gaultheria Procumbens


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HPUS label indication: Burning skin

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Below are the strongest indications of Gaultheria in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

Materia Medica Sources
 
H.C. Allen - no Gaultheria
T.F. Allen  
Boenninghausen - no Gaultheria
 
Boericke - no Gaultheria
 
Boger - no Gaultheria
Clarke  
Hahnemann - no Gaultheria
 
Hering - no Gaultheria
 
Kent Lectures - no Gaultheria
 
Kent New remedies - no Gaultheria
 
Reversed & reworded Kent repertory - no Gaultheria
 
Morrel - no Gaultheria
 
Nash - no Gaultheria
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  GENERAL

General

. Gaultheria procumbens. Wintergreen. N. O. Ericaceae. Tincture of fresh leaves. Oil obtained from leaves. An evergreen trailing vine found in cool, damp woods. The oil contains methyl salicylate, and is one of the sources of Salicin.

Preparation

Gaultheria procumbens, Linn.

Natural order, Ericaceae.

Common names, Wintergreen, Checkerberry, etc.

Preparation, Tincture of leaves.

Clinical

Gastritis. Neuralgia. Pleurodynia. Rheumatism. Sciatica.

Characteristics

Several cases of poisoning with the oil have been recorded in which symptoms of acute gastritis appeared prolonged vomiting, set up afresh by the least thing taken, as a cup of water; severe pain in epigastrium, slow, laborious breathing, insensibility and hot skin. Inhalation of Ammonia aroused the patients from stupor. B. F. Lang (H. R., ix. 214, 340) has related his experience with material doses in

ciliary neuralgia; facial neuralgia; gastric, ovarian, uterine, and menstrual neuralgias; sciatica; and inflammatory rheumatism.

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  RELATIONSHIPS

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Compare Bry., Rhus, Salol., Nat. salicyl., Kalmia, Ledum. SYMPTOMS.

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  MIND

Mind

Very stupid, soon,

Very stupid soon.

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  EYE

Eye

Eyes slightly injected with blood, though this is presumed to be owing to his constant cries for something to eat (second morning),

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  EAR

Ear

Speech rather indistinct, in consequence of the swollen condition of the tongue (second morning),

Ears

Marked dulness of hearing.

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  THROAT

Throat

Slight increase in the intenseness of the beat of the carotid arteries (second morning),

Tongue dry, smooth, and slightly swollen; speech rather indistinct from the swelling.

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  RESPIRATION

Respiratory organs

Very slow, laborious, prolonged, and peculiarly loud respiration, but not stertorous (second morning),

PULSE.

Pulse 125 (second morning),

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  ABDOMEN

Stomach

Inordinate, uncontrollable appetite for food, notwithstanding irritability of the stomach,

Severe and very nearly fatal attack of gastritis,

Inordinate, uncontrollable appetite for food, notwithstanding irritability of stomach; everything taken, even cold water, is immediately rejected.

Very severe pain in epigastrium and inferior part of the hypochondria, greatly agg. by pressure of finger.

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  STOOL

Stool

Two copious evacuations from the bowels during the night (first night),

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  GENERALITIES

Generalities

Very restless (second morning),

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