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Functions of Cantharis Vesicatoria-200

Dear Doctors,
I want to know functions of Cantharis Vesicatoria on sexual and genitals of males. Is this remedy good to cure violent sexual desire and can this remedy cure erectile dysfunction? Thanx.
 
  Cool boy on 2009-12-15
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This should answer your question :



Common name.- Spanish Fly.

General Analysis.-

Cantharis acts especially upon the mucous membranes and upon the skin.

Its decidedly most important action is upon the mucous lining of the urinary tract, where it produces conditions ranging all the way from an irritation to a violent destructive inflammation, either of a part or of the whole tract.

The mucous membrane of the digestive tract is also involved in an inflammatory condition.

On the skin the irritative action of Cantharis results in an erysipelatous form of inflammation, and vesicular conditions in general.

The chief characteristic of this drug is its constant urging to urinate, scanty discharge, and violent cutting, burning pains before, during, and after the discharge.

Characteristic symptoms.

Mind.- (Cantharis)

Anxious restlessness, ending in rage.

Constant, complete, furious, almost frenzied delirium. (Bell., Hyos., Oenan., Stram.)

Insolent and contradictory mood. (Bry., Nux v.)

Head.- (Cantharis)

Soreness and burning in the brain. (Acon., Arn.)

Scales on the scalp ; enormous dandruff (Bad., Mez.) ; hair falls out when combing. (Calc. c., Graph., Natr. mur., Nitr. ac., Sep., Sulph.)

Eyes.- (Cantharis)

Eyes protruding ; fiery, sparkling, staring look. (Bell., Hyos., Stram.)

Eyes yellow (Cinch., Chel., Podo., Iodi., Plumb.) ; objects yellow.

Face.- (Cantharis)

Expression of extreme suffering. (Ars.)

Death-like look during and after the pains. (Verat. alb.)

Mouth.- (Cantharis)

Tongue thickly furred ; red edges.

Sublingual glands swollen and red.

Tongue and back of mouth in part excoriated, in part covered with small blisters.

Dryness in the mouth.

Burning pain in the mouth. (Acon., Ars., Caps.)

Lockjaw, with grinding of the teeth.

Throat.- (Cantharis)

Burning sensation in throat (Ars., Caps., Merc. cor.) ; feels 'on fire.'

Throat inflamed, and covered with plastic lymph.

Throat swollen. (Bell., Merc., Kali bi.)

Constriction and intense pain at back of throat.

Aphthous ulcers in back part of fauces and on right tonsil.

Swallowing very difficult. (Bell., Hyos., Stram.)

Stomach.- (Cantharis)

Intense thirst, with burning pain in throat and stomach. (Ars., Iris, Phos., Mez., Verat. alb.)

Nausea and vomiting. (Ant. tart., Ipec.)

Acute pain in region of stomach and bladder, with such exquisite sensibility that the slightest pressure produces convulsions.

Abdomen.- (Cantharis)

Great distention and tenderness of the abdomen. (Bell.)

Violent burning pain through the whole intestinal tract. (Ars.)

Cutting in the abdomen. (Acon., Ars.)

Stool and Anus.- (Cantharis)

Violent burning in anus after diarrhoea. (Ars., Bry.)

Pain in perineum, seemingly arising from the neck of the bladder.

With stool, cutting in abdomen ; after stool, shivering. (Merc.)

Stool : blood and mucus (Merc.) ; slimy, bloody, white, or blood-streaked mucus (Merc. cor.), like scrapings from intestines (Colch.) ; pure blood.

Urinary Organs.- (Cantharis)

Cutting and contracting pains from ureters down to penis ; pressure on glans relieves a little.

Dull pressing pain in region of kidneys.

Violent pains in the bladder, with frequent urging ; intolerable tenesmus.

Tenesmus of the bladder. (Merc. cor.)

Violent burning, cutting pains in neck of bladder, extending to navicular fossa of urethra.

Passage of blood from urethra.

Violent burning, cutting pains in urethra before, during, and after urination. (Ant. tart., Can. sat.)

Urine scalds him ; passed drop by drop. (Acon., Bell.)

Urging to urinate, with burning sensation in urethra.

Fruitless effort to urinate. (Nux v.)

Urine passes in thin, divided stream. (Can. sat.)

Retention of urine, causing pain.

Urine red, as if mixed with blood (Acon., Carb. v.) ; dark colored (Acon.) ; bloody (Ars., Millef.) ; turbid ; scanty (Digit.) ; at night cloudy, like mealy water, with white sediment. (Calc. c., Colch.)

Male Organs.- (Cantharis)

Painful swelling of the glans.

Painful priapism.

Strong and persistent erections ; painless, and without voluptuous sensations ; with sore pain along urethra.

Sexual desire increased ; disturbing sleep.

Female Organs.- (Cantharis)

Swelling and irritation of vulva. (Asaf.)

Inflammation of the ovaries, with cutting and burning.

Pruritus, with strong sexual desire.

Violent itching in the vagina. (Coni., Merc.)

Menses too early and too profuse (Calc. c., Nux v.) ; blood black or scanty.

Respiratory Organs.- (Cantharis)

Voice low, with sensation of weakness of respiratory organs.

Stitches in chest (Bry., Phos., Kali c.), particularly in right side.

Exudation within the pleura ; dyspnoea ; palpitation ; scanty urine ; tendency to syncope.

Heart.- (Cantharis)

Palpitation of the heart.

Pericarditis, with effusion ; pulse feeble, irregular ; tendency to syncope.

Back.- (Cantharis)

Pain in the loins, kidneys, and abdomen, with such pain on urination that he could not pass a single drop without moaning and screaming.

Pain in loins, with incessant desire to urinate.

Lower Limbs.- (Cantharis)

Ulcerative pain in soles of feet ; could not step.

Tearing in limbs, relieved by rubbing.

Generalities.- (Cantharis)

Weakness ; prostration ; faintness.

Raw and sore pain in the whole body, internally and externally.

Over-sensitiveness of all parts. (Cinch.)

Convulsions, with dysuric and hydrophobic symptoms. (Stram.)

Skin.- (Cantharis)

Erysipelatous inflammation, forming blisters. (Rhus tox.)

Tearing and ulcerative pains.

Burns, before blisters form.

Therapeutic Range.- (Cantharis)

Especially useful in acute cystitis, nephritis, and inflammatory strangury ; haematuria ; Bright's disease ; spermatorrhoea ; gonorrhoea ; nymphomania ; ovaritis ; sterility ; gastritis ; enteritis ; tetanic convulsions ; erysipelas ; ulcers ; burns ; carbuncles ; gangrene ; inflammation of serous membranes ; pericarditis ; pleurisy after Acon. and Bry. ; ulceration and erosion of internal parts, with symptoms of collapse.

Compare.- (Cantharis)

Acon., Apis, Ars., Bell., Camph., Can. sat., Caps., Copaïva, Kali bi.,

Phos., Merc. cor., Sabin., Sulph., Tereb.

Antidotes.- (Cantharis)

Acon., Camph., Laur., Puls.

Oil (according to Hering) increases the bad effects of Cantharis.





Copyright © Robert Séror 2003
 
Niel Madhavan 8 years ago

The portion of your interest is this :

Male Organs.- (Cantharis)

Painful swelling of the glans.

Painful priapism.

Strong and persistent erections ; painless, and without voluptuous sensations ; with sore pain along urethra.

Sexual desire increased ; disturbing sleep.
 
Niel Madhavan 8 years ago

It can't cure erectile dysfunction. In fact it does the reverse. It helps those who have strong and persistant erections to the point that they feel very uncomfortable.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy 8 years ago

I was adviced to take this remedy. But I am suffering from erectile dysfunction. If this remedy does reverse. Then can I take any other remedy for erectile dysfunction with Cantharis Vesicatoria?
 
Cool boy 8 years ago

Please kindly reply?
 
Cool boy 8 years ago

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