The skin symptoms of this species of Rhus are most severe.
Antidote: Clematis. The California Poison-oak (Rhus Diversiloba) is identical with it. It antidotes Radium and follows it well. Compare: Anacard.
Sixth to thirtieth potency.
▲ ▼ MIND (click for more)
Great melancholy; no desire to live, gloomy.
▲ ▼ HEAD (click for more)
Eyes nearly closed with great swelling
Heavy, frontal headache; worse, walking or stooping
Nose red and shiny
Vesicular inflammation of ears
▲ ▼ EYE (click for more)
eye; swellings; lids; ;
▲ ▼ FACE (click for more)
face; skin; itching (see skin);
▲ ▼ MOUTH (click for more)
Fissured in middle
mouth; discoloration; tongue; red; tip; ;
Tongue red at tip
Vesicles on under side.
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Pain in hypogastrium before every stool.
Profuse, watery, white stools in morning, 4 A.M., with colicky pains; expelled with force
▲ ▼ GENITALS (click for more)
genitals; male; out-breaks on skin;
▲ ▼ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS (click for more)
extremities, limbs; emaciated, extremely thin; leg; ;
extremities, limbs; skin; out-break on skin; blisters; containing fluid;
Paralytic drawing in right arm, especially wrist, and extending to fingers.
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chill; periodic, recurring; annual chill; ;
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Erythema nodosum, with nightly itching and pains in long bones.
erysipelas; skin dark red
Itching; relieved by hot water
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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.