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Aethusa Cynapium - Fever And Chill symptoms - T.F. Allen

Aethusa, Fool's Parsley, Aethusa, Aeth.

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HPUS indication of Aethusa Cynapium: Milk intolerance

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



General coldness,

Internal coldness,

Chill through the whole body and external coldness, without thirst, for two days,

Violent chill and external coldness, so that she cannot get warm at all (forenoons, soon after taking it), with sleepiness; lasts the whole day,

General coldness during sleep,

Coldness, with red face,

Cold extremities,

Coldness of abdomen and lower extremities,

Shivering, which is more frequent in the afternoons,

Horripilation in the open air.

Horripilation, with heat, which pervades the whole body,

During the horripilation the limbs feel as if broken, with hot breath and restlessness,

General heat,

Remarkable increase of bodily heat,

Temperature somewhat increased,

Fever-heat (in two children),

In spite of the great general heat complete adipsia,

General perspiration,

Sweat when going to sleep,

He perspires very soon from the least bodily exertion,

He cannot bear to be uncovered during the sweat,

The febrile symptoms occur more particularly in the morning, and are accompanied with very great malaise and tendency to delirium, which cease during the sweat,


Aethusa cynapium, L. Nat. order, Umbelliferae. Common names, Fool's Petroselinum Parsley; (Fr.) Petite Ciguë; (Germ.) Gleisse, Hundspetersilie; (Ital.) Cicuta Virosa Cicuta minore. Preparation, Tincture, from the whole flowering plant.

1, N-g, Prac. Mitth., 1828; and H. and T. Annalen, 4, 113; 2, Hartlaub, ibid.; 3, Petroz, Bulletin d. [left] Soc. Méd. Hom., 4, 337; 4, Didier, Archiv. d. [left] Med. Hom., 1, 318; 5, Roth (Mat. Mad., includes several poison cases; 6, Bigler, Am. J. of H. M. M., 5, 459 (observed in a patient After the 3d dec.); t, Toxicological.

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