ThymolumSoda Or Potash, Chen-a., Thymol
Below are the strongest indications of Thymolum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
General weakness with headaches. Constricting headache. Skin blue, cold. Spasmodic laryngeal cough. Glairy or membranous diarrhea. Excessive salivation with nausea. Frequent urination with compelling urging. Nightly seminal discharge. Pains in the dorsal and lumbar region, spreading to the buttocks. Blood-streaked leucorrhea.
CLINICAL - Colitis. Diarrhea. Enterocolitis. Fainting tendency. Hookworms. Laryngitis. Leucorrhea. Migraines. Neurasthenia. Sexual weakness. Whooping-cough.
Modalities - Better from eating. Worse mental and physical labor. Worse from tobacco.
MIND - Irritable, arbitrary, must have his own way. Craves company. Energy gone. Morose, sad, uneasy. Bewildered state. Uneasy feeling and agitation. Nervous agitation, loquacity, mental confusion.
Abdomen - Enterocolitis.
Back - Tired, aching throughout lumbar region. Worse mental and physical labor. Back pain during the headaches. Pain in the lumbar and sacral regions, spreading to the buttocks.
Ears - Buzzing in the ears. Sound like bells. Temporary deafness. Noises in the ears.
Female - Brown, blood-streaked, evil-smelling, watery leucorrhea. Menses thick, scanty, drawn-out. Pains before and during menses in the ovaries and uterus. Pain from hypogastric heaviness. Metritis of the cervix. Cancer of the uterus or cervix.
Head - Headache with sadness. Menstrual migraines. Constricting pain in the temples, in women, ameliorated when lying down or from external heat. Bilateral temporal headache and at the occiput.
Kidneys - Urinary burning and subsequent dribbling of urine. Urates increased. Phosphates decreased. Frequent urination with urging. Increased urination at night. Urine copious, proteinuria, hematuria. Pains in the kidneys, spreading to the buttocks. Retention of urine.
Limbs - Cyanosed Limbs. Numbness at the limbs. Chronic lumbar rheumatism.
Lungs - Irritating laryngeal and tracheal cough. Dyspnea. Whooping-cough.
Male - Profuse, nightly, seminal emissions with lascivious dreams of a perverted character. Priapism. Ejaculation with erotic dreams. Seminal discharge when going to stool. Nightly seminal discharge. Prostatitis. Adenoma of the prostate gland. Cancer of the prostate. Increased sexual desire.
Mouth - Salivation reduced when eating. Watery salivation with nausea. Ptyalism. Nauseating belchings.
Pulse - Pulse weak, slow or rapid.
Rectum - Hookworms. Diarrhea after constipation. Glairy or membranous diarrhea. Anal pain following diarrhea. Mucous, membranous stools, gray in color.
Skin - Skin blue and cold. Scarlet fever-like or pustulous exanthema.
Sleep - Awakes tired and unrefreshed. Lascivious and fantastic dreams. Erotic dreams.
Stomach - Acrid dyspepsia. Glairy belching with sensation of burning in the stomach, nausea and gastric heaviness. Nausea, ameliorated by eating. Vomiting.
Throat - Spasmodic laryngitis. Irritation of the larynx and trachea.
COMPARE - (1) Carbon Tetrachloride. (2) Cantharis - Irritation and inflammation of the digestive, urinary and cutaneous mucous membranes. Intense burning in the digestive passages with frequent, compelling need to urinate. (3) Merc. corrosivus - Burning pains in the pharynx, painful, frequent urination, urine comes drop by drop, diarrhea with tenesmus. (4) Terebinthina - Irritation of the digestive and urinary mucous membranes with tendency to hemorrhage.
SOURCES - Julian.
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
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.