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Agaricus Semiglobatus

, AGARICUS.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agaricus Semiglobatus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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  GENERAL

General

A. semiglobatus, Batsch. Common on dung, England and United States. Stem, 2-3 inches high.

Authority. Poisoning cases.

Spirits exhilarated.

Stupor.

Tongue parched; slightly streaked with white.

Severe pains in bowels, increased by pressure, with violent purging and vomiting.

Urine scanty.

Miscarriage in second month.

Pulse 100-120.

Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Agaricus Semiglobatus

Agar-em > appendix
AGARICUS.

Agar-em > appendix
t, Toxicological (numerous scattering cases). No poison cases accepted unless the species of Agaricus was certainly known.

Agar-em > appendix
36, Voigtel, general statement of the effects of Agaricus; 37, Murray, ditto; 40, Pharm. Lex.; and 41, Lerger, not accessible; S. 48, not found; S. 70, old people remain stupid after the intoxication has passed off; S. 2267. after drinking their own urine passed during the intoxication; S. 2309, reaction after the intoxication.

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