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Hyoscaminum

Hyoscyaminum

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Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Hyoscaminum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

  GENERAL

General

Hyoscyamine. A crystalline alkaloid of Hyoscyamus Niger Hyoscyamus Niger. C17 H23 NO3, Trituration or solution of the sulphate and hydrobromate. (A non-crystallisable alkaloid, Hyoscine, is also used in medicine in the form of the hydrobromate.)

No specific differences between the two alkaloids have been observed. The majority of the symptoms of the Schema are the effect of the Sulphate, which was extensively proved by Harley. Hyoscyamus Niger Hyos. hydrobro. 3x trit. has been reported curative in a case resembling paralysis agitans after excessive use of alcohol and tobacco.

and in highly excitable, nervous children who have been frightened. The hydrobromate of Hyoscyamine is credited with relieving the tremors (right side) in a case of paralysis agitans, the curative effect having followed instillation of the alkaloid into the eye for another purpose. With the 4x attenuation of Merk's, Hyoscyamus Niger Hyos. hydrobro., Delameter relieves the tremors of disseminated sclerosis.

Clear when engaged in conversation, but dreamy when undisturbed, eyes wide open, he reached to an object on the table and looked about on the floor, when questioned said that he thought something had dropped from the table, and that the walls appeared to move.

afterwards quiet, but meddlesome when not engaged in conversation, grasping at objects, attempting to remove them before the hand reached them.

when left alone he lapsed into forgetfulness and dreamy, meddlesome delirium, picking at objects.

having reached them after unsuccessful efforts he fumbled with them till he dropped them, then on attempting to pick them up lost his balance.

when aroused he rubbed his hand, gaped, answered readily, a remark excited a risibility which he could not restrain, and occasionally the suppressed chuckle burst into a hearty laugh.

Clinical

Ciliary neuralgia; spasm. Delirium. Fevers. Mania. Nervousness. Paralysis agitans. Sleeplessness. Spinal sclerosis. Throat, sore. Typhus fever. Vision, disordered.

Characteristics

Hyoscyamus Niger Hyos. Sulphur sul. is a very powerful poison obtained from Hyoscyamus Niger Hyos. nig. It is sometimes used by occulists in place of Atropine to dilate the pupils for the purposes of ophthalmoscopic examination, and like Atropine it has the property of causing dryness of the mouth and fauces in some cases. Two cases have been recorded in which, whilst dilating the pupil, it caused intense boring pain in the eyes from cramp of the ciliary muscle. Dr. H. A. Hutchinson, who took gr. 1/4 of Hyoscyamus Niger Hyos. Sulphur sul., became flushed, arteries throbbing, lost power of co-ordination, fell into a comatose sleep, pulse 138, respiration 36, temperature 106 F., entire relaxation of voluntary muscles, except occasional spasmodic movement of arms and legs. The hydrobromate of Hyoscine, gr. 1/43, in solution, caused in a tall, robust lady, of 33 Numbness of body and limbs, dry throat, dim vision, flushed face, rambling talk, dilated pupils.

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  MIND

Mind

Delirium violent, failed to recognise his family, saw animals about him, next day remembered nothing that had passed except the dreams of animals.

Wakeful, quiet, and usually pleasing delirium, with illusions of sight; or great sleepiness, and when aroused lapsing into dreamy sleep, broken by occasional mutterings and jerking of limbs.

Dulness, heaviness.

Difficulty in concentrating thoughts.

Coma, with relaxation of voluntary muscles, except occasional spasmodic movements of arms and legs.

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  HEAD

Drunkenness, nausea, and vomiting.

Giddiness with staggering on rising from a seat; with staggering on walking; weight across forehead.

Headache

Headache; congestion of head and face, violent throbbing of carotids with every impulse of heart.

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  EYES

Eyes

Eyes suffused; sclerotic and conjunctiva injected.

Eyeballs restless.

A most intense boring pain in eyes (an hour after instillation, probably due to cramp of ciliary muscle).

Pupils dilated; and insensible.

Vision misty; letters run together, can read fine print only at distance of a yard; double vision.

Yellow vision.

Vision perverted as to colour and size; she thought some pills in a box were larger than others; inability to read unless the print was within two or three inches of the nose.

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  FACE

Face

Face flushed and hot; esp. cheeks.

Heavy look.

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  MOUTH

Mouth

Mouth clammy and moist, exhaling an offensive odour; suddenly moist; sensation of mastic in it.

Gums and teeth

Dryness of mouth; except gums.

Tongue

Tongue dry and brown; at centre; also with clamminess of rest of mouth; hard; and rough, except margins.

Tongue and throat so dry that articulation was indistinct.

Forepart and margins of tongue wet with acid secretion.

Palate

Hard and soft palates dry and glazed, afterwards tongue and palates covered with a sticky, acid, offensive secretion, as after Belladonna Belladonna.

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  THROAT

Throat

Dryness of throat with moisture of mouth; of pharynx; with difficult swallowing.

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  CHEST

Respiration

Dry, tracheal cough.

Rapid respiration.

Heart and pulse

Heart's action excited and rapid.

Pulse increased in rapidity, force, and volume; then slow; then decreased in rapidity, force, and volume.

Pulse rapid; then slow and soft.

Pulse slow; and at first increased in force and volume. 21. Limbs.

Limbs jerking occasionally, and fidgety.

Inability to walk.

Inability to rise from his chair or walk without assistance, and as he sat, twitching now and then of the extensors of the legs, so as to advance the foot with a little jerk.

Weakness of legs; of feet, so that I could only walk by fixing eyes on the ground.

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  ABDOMEN

Vomitting

Vomiting during the coma.

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  GENITALS ETC

Urine

Urging, dysuria, and discharge in a feeble dribbling stream, partial retention (urine contained Hyoscyaminum).

Urine changed from high-coloured to glaucous green; from acid to alkaline and opalescent on boiling; and on standing a deposit of triple phosphates, the specific gravity increased.

Urine pale, specific gravity decreased.

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  FEVER AND CHILL

Fever

Heat of skin with dryness.

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  GENERALITIES

Sleep

Yawning; and sighing; and tired feeling.

Sleepiness.

Either wakeful or excessively somnolent; sleep broken by mutterings and slight jerking of the limbs.

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