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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Ranunculus Glacialis may help, unprocessed Ranunculus Glacialis is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Ranunculus Glacialis in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
▲ VERTIGO, DIZZINESS
Towards 9.30 A.M., when walking in the open air, enormous weight in the head, vertigo; it seems to me that I an seized with an incipient fit of apoplexy. A cup of café au lait caused this sensation to cease, and the dizziness did not return,
Behind the head, in the region of the cerebellum, sense of tension,
Just before daybreak, drawing headache, more on the right side than the left, which ceased on my getting up,
When turning in bed, slight internal pain in the infero-posterior portion of the chest,
After three days, in the evening, feeling of compression in the whole chest,
A little before midnight I could not endure the weight of the corverlet on the chest,
Stitches in the right side,
When lying in bed, breathing becomes difficult,
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Coldness even on the thighs,
General and copious nocturnal sweat, more abundant on the thighs,
At day-break slight perspiration all over,
Sleeplessness at night,
Broken sleep, at night,
Dr. Coddé, of Spoleto, Journ. de la soc. gal N/A , 1855, vol. 6, p. 729; 1, Mon. F., took tincture; 2, Dr. Coddé, took 1 drop of the 3d dil., at 10 P.M.; 2a, same, took a month later a drop of the 9th dil., at 11 P.M.
R. Glacialis, Linn.
Natural order, Ranunculaceae.
Common names, Carlina or Cacline (mountaineers of Viq.).
Preparation, Tincture of the whole plant.