Agaricus PhalloidesAgaric Phalloides, Hall Agar-ph.
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Cholera, cramps in stomach, cold extremities, urine suppressed.≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Movements and positions
convulsion; convulsive movement
convulsion; upper limbs; extending to trunk (torso)
Skin; discoloration; upper limbs; bluish-grey≡ more ...
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Agaricus Phalloides
Ant-t > general
Antimonium Tartaricum is another powerful emetic. I can remember the time when the old allopaths used it almost as generally as the botanics did Lobelia inflata, to "clean out the stomach." Now-a-days, washing out the stomach by lavage, and the rectum and colon by enemas, according to "Hall's method," is quite fashionable, and is withal much more sensible, inasmuch as they are so lame in their therapeutics.
Agar > relationships
Compare: Muscarine, the alkaloid of Agaricus (has much power over secretions, increasing lachrymal, salivary, hepatic, etc., but diminishing renal; probably neurotic in origin, stimulating the terminal fibres of the secretory nerves of all these structures, hence Salivation, lachrymation and excessive perspiration. Atropia exactly opposes Muscarine. Resembles Pilocarpine in action.) Agaricus Muscarius VERNUS- spring mushroom - a variety of Agaricus Phalloides - Death cup - active principle is PHALLIN< active like Muscarine. Amanita phalloides(Death Cup - Deadly Agaric.) The poison is a toxalbumin, resembling the poison in the rattle snake and the poison excreted by the cholera and diphtheria germs. It acts on the red blood corpuscles, dissolving them so that blood escapes into the alimentary canal and the whole system is drained. The amount of this toxic principle is small, even handling of specimens and breathing of spores affects some people unpleasantly. The poison is slow in development. Even 12 to 20 hours after taking it the patient feels all right, but vertigo violent choleraic symptoms with rapid loss of strength with death the second or third day, preceded by stupor and spasms. Fatty degeneration of liver, heart and kidneys, hemorrhages in lungs, pleura and skin (Dr. J. Schier). Vomiting and purging. Continuous urging to stool, but no gastric, abdominal or rectal PAIN. Intense thirst for cold water, dry skin. Lethargic but mentally clear. Sharp changes from rapid to slow and from slow to rapid breathing, extreme collapse, suppressed urine, but NO cold extremities or cramps.) Agaric. Emet ( severe vertigo; all symptoms Better, cold water; longing for ice-water; gastritis cold sweat, vomiting sensation as if stomach was suspended on a string. TAMUS (chilblains and freckles). Cimic.; Cann-i.; Hyos.; Tarantula.
Verat > relationships
Compare: Veratrinum - alkaloid from seed of Sabadilla. - (electric pains, electric shocks in muscles, fibrillary twitchings); Cholos terrapina (cramps in calves); Camph.; Cupr.; Ars.; Cuprum Ars ( Intermittent, cold, clammy sweat); narcissus poeticus (gastro-enteritis with much griping and cutting pain in bowels. Fainting, trembling, cold limbs, small and irregular pulse); Trichosanthes - (diarrhoea, pain in liver, dizziness after every stool); Agaric. Emetic ( Vertigo; longing for ice-cold water; burning pains in stomach); Agaric Phalloides (cholera, cramps in stomach, cold extremities, urine suppressed). Veratrine (Increased vascular tension. It relaxes it and stimulates the elimination of toxins by skin, kidneys, and liver).
Arg-n > appendix
1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 4, 340; 2, "J.", 22 years old man, OEst. Zeitschrift, 2, 1; 3, "H.", man, 23 years old, ibid.; 4, "M.", man, 36 years old, ibid.; 5, "P.", woman, 30 years old, ibid.; 6, "N.", girl, 18 years old, ibid.; 7, "E.", man, 20 years old, ibid.; 8, "K. M.", boy, 7 years old, ibid.; 9, Graves, ibid. (quoted from Hygea, 9, 135); 10, Th. Hall, ibid. (Med. and Phys. Journ., 1800), given to a woman for convulsions; 11, Moll, ibid. (Handbuch d. Pharmak.); 12, Stuppe, ibid. (Inaug. Dissert.); 13, Oesterlen, ibid. (Handbuch d. Hidmittellehre); 14, (Bull. de Thérap.), ibid.; 15, (Gazette d. Santé), ibid.; 16, Étienne St. Marie, ibid.; 17, (Med. Chir. Zeit.), ibid.; 18, Moodie, ibid. (Med. and Phys. Journ.), general statement; 19, Gesnerius (De Secretis remed.), ibid.; 20, Westphal., ibid. (Miscell. Nat. Curios.); 21, Blancard, ibid. (Die neue Scheidek.); 22, Boyle, ibid.; 23, Nasse, ibid.; 24, Boerhaave, ibid.; 25, Hildegardis, ibid.; 26, Kinglake, ibid. (Lond. Med. and Phys. Journ.), given to a man for epilepsy; 27, Schneider, ibid. (Hufelands, J.); 28, Balardini, ibid.; 29, Hoffmann, ibid.; 30, Barn, ibid.; 31, Michaelis, ibid.; 32, Ebers, ibid.; 33, Cappe, ibid.; 34, Burdach, ibid.; 35, Richter, ibid.; 36, Wedemeyer, ibid.; 37, Badley, ibid.; 38, De Lens, ibid.; 39, Fodéré, ibid.; 40, Currie, ibid.; 41, Tanchon, ibid.; 42, Glauber, ibid.; 43, Venat, ibid.; 44, Gutceit, ibid.; 45, Brown (Lond. Med. Gaz., 1834), ibid.; 46, Hudson, ibid.; 47, Smith (Lond. Med. Gaz., 1837), ibid.; 48, Meyer, ibid.; 49, Roget, ibid.; 50, Kopp, ibid.; 51, Frank, ibid.; 52, Hering, Hom. v. Jahrschrift, 10, 343; 53, Lembke, N. Z. f. H. K., 11, 130 (20 drops of a solution of 1 grain to 1 ounce of water); 54, J. O. Muller, Z. f. Hom. Aezte. OEst., 1, 45 (10 drops of 6 dil.); 55, Krahmer (Monograph), Review in A. H. Z., 29, 62, took small doses, and once 1/4 grain; 56, Schachert, Dissertation d. Arg. nit. (Review, A. H. Z., 29, 74), took 1/8 grain; 57, Gaz. Med., 1832 (Rust's Mag., 40, and A. H. Z, 5, 133); 58, Gamberini, Med. Neuigkeiten (A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 3, 29); 59, Poumarede, Journ. d. Chim. Méd., 1839; 60, Barbier, Trait. d. Mat. Méd.; 61, Lombard, Gaz. Méd. d. Paris, 1832; 62, Köchlin, Wirkung. d. Metall.; 63, Debeney, Recueil d. Mem. d. Méd., 1843, injection of 12 grains in a healthy urethra; 64, Dawosky, Journ. d. Méd., etc., 1856; 65, Balardini, Omodei Annali d. Med., 1826; 66, Scattergood, Brit. Med. J., 1871, fatal poisoning of a boy.
Ars > appendix
(1 to 89, from Hahnemann, Chr. Krank., 5). 1, Hahnemann; 2, Baehr; 3, Fr. Hahn'n; 4, Hartlb. and Trinks; 5, Hering; 6, Hornburg; 7, Langhammer; 8, Meyer; 9, Stapf; 10, Whl.; 11, Ebers (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 12, Friedrich (poisoning of a woman); 13, Morgagni (1, poisoning of a woman of 60; 2, of a male adult; 3, of female adult; 4, same case as Wolff's; 5, poisoning of a man); 14, Guldenklee (effects of vapor); 15, Richard (poisoning and adult); 16, Marcus (after Ars. of Pot. in a fever patient); 17, Myrrhen (from drawing sol. of A. into nostrils for a coryza); 18, Quelmalz (poisoning of a girl by black oxide); 19, Kaiser (poisoning of whole family by A.); 20, Forestus (from orpiment in a woman); 21, Henning (application of A. to a diseased breast); 22, Verzasch; 23, Alberti (cases of poisoning in healthy adults); 24, Büttner (poisonings); 25, La Motte (woman took A. for suicide); 26, Guilbert (poisoning of an adult); 27, Pyl (do.); 28, Misc. Nat. Cur. (same as Myrrhen, No. 17); 29, Lusitanus (poisoning of a youth); 30, Pearson (effects of Ars. of Pot. in an epileptic); 31, Buchholz (poisoning of several adults by black oxide); 32, Thomson (poisoning of a woman); 33, Tennert; 34, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); 35, Wedel; 36, Jacobi (from suppression of ague by A., in a young man); 37, Knape (effects of powdering hair with A.); 38, Baylies (general statement from authors); 39, Heimreich (1, effects of A. sprinkled on the air; 2, effects of large doses of Ars. of Pot.); 40, Siebold (effect of dressing pustular scalp with mixture of A. and cinnabar); 41, Vicat (from powdering hair with A.); 42, Schlegel; 43, Neue Med. Chir. Wahrn.; 44, Heun (from application of A. to cancerous ulcer of cheek); 45, Müller (general statement); 46, Eph. Nat. Cur. (poisoning of a man by twelve grains of A.); 47, Majault (1, poisoning of a man with realgar; 2, of a woman with orpiment; 3 and 4, of a youths with A.); 48, Jenner; 49, Fowler (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 50, Isenflamm-Steining (general statement); 51, Van Eggern; 52, Kopp (poisoning of a man of 56); 53, Feldmann (from a plaster of A. applied for a quartan); 54, Preussius (poisoning of a boy); 55, Thilenius (effects in a patient with scirrhus of breast); 56, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); . -Hughes. 57, Salzb. M. Chir. Zeit. (effects of A. applied to fungus on the head); 58, Kellner (poisoning of a girl of 20); 59, Gerbitz (from orpiment); 60, Wolff (poisoning of two women); 61, Goritz; 62, Löw; 63, Cruger (poisoning of an adult); 64, Tachenius (from inhaling sublimed A.); 65, Degner (effects of applying sol. of A. for itch, in two men); 66, Stahl (poisoning of two adults); 67, Greiselius (S. 1759 from vapor in self, rest in miners); 68, Klinge (observation of miners in A.); 69, Borellus (from carrying A. in pocket); 70, Montanus (poisoning of a woman); 71, Cardanus (general statement from authors); 72, Gabezius; 73, Fernelius (from sprinkling A. on cancerous ulcer of breast); 74, Justamond (from A. given to a young woman with cancer of the tongue); 75, Pet. de Appono (effects of realgar); 76, Hammer (poisoning of a girl of 20); 77, Bernhardi; 78, Huber (states that he knows a woman so affected by A.); 79, Hartmann; 80, Degrange (from rubbing A. into head); 81, Pfann; 82, Heinze; 83, Hargens (from application of A. to a cancerous ulcer); 84, Storck (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 85, Borges (poisoning of an adult); 86, Hall, Allg. Lit. Zeit. (inhalation by a man of Arsenetted Hyd.); 87, Bonetus (from cases of poisoning); 88, M. N. Zeit, 1798; 89, Rau (from application of A. to scalp); numbers 90 to 94, inclusive are taken from Imbert-gourbeyre's provings with 4th trit., l'Art Médicale, 17, 433 et seq.; 90, Damour; 91, M'lle E.; 92, Imbert-Gourbeyre; 93, Bonjean; 94, Souleyre; 95, Robinson's provings on females with the 12th, B. J. of Hom.; 96, (ibid.), with the 30th; 97, (ibid.), with 200th; 98, (ibid.), with 1000th; 99, Mad. Buchmann's proving (a grain of A. in some water, taken by mistake), Hom. V. J. S., 10, 119; 100, Borri, from Hartl. and Trinks (effects of fumes of wax candles containing A.); 101, Trevasso, from H. and T. (internal administration of A.); Nos. 102 to 165, inclusive are taken from Roth's collection of poison cases, Hom. V. J. S., 12, 25; 102, James; 103, 104, and 105, Rummel; 106, Jaquernin; 107, Orfila; 108, Heifelder; 109, Puchelt; 110, Hohnbaum; 111, Schreyer; 112, Kortum; 113, Stachow; 114, Rothhamel; 115, Klose; 116, Spengler; 117, Sonderland; 118, Canetta; 119, Schapper; 120, Van den Dale; 121, Tonnellier; 122, Kraft; 123, Opler; 124, Scheulen; 125, Koch; 126, Hausbutner; 127, (ibid.); 128, Kellermann; 129, Hornung; 130, Brenner; 131, Neumann; 132, Bodenmuller; 133, Watson; 134, Franque; 135, Reuter; 136, Zöllner; 137, Beauchesne; 138, Leroy; 139, Dehenne; 140, Odier; 141, Barrier; 142, Orfila; 143, J. de Chim. Méd., 1846; 144, Wepfer; 145, De Haen; 146, Falconer; 147, Pinel; 148, Missa; 149, Gerard; 150, Devergie; 151, Leuret; 152, Fielitz; 153, Hafter; 154, Alquie; 155, Flechner; 156, Huss Bush; 157, Nissen; 158, Pfaff; 159, Bruckner; 160, Coqueret; 161, Edwards; 162, Skillman; 163, Angouard; 164, Schäfer; 165, Husemann; 166, Johann Schellhammer (effects of large doses, N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 317); 167, Dailand, tox., N. A. J., 7, 389; 168, Tox., N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 473 (from Med. Repos., 5, 43); 169, Dr. Rhees, Am. H. Rev., 2, 510 (effects of Arsenic applied to kill the nerve of a tooth); 170, Tox., Dr. Hill (N. Y. St. Trans. (Hom.), 9, 232); 171, Taylor, on Poisons; 172, Wetmore, N. A. J. of Hom., 6, 369 (tox., 127 grains of Arsenic); 173, Isidore, Rec. de Mem. de Méd., etc.; 174, Smoler, Oest. Zeit. f. Heilk., 1863 (three cases of Ars. paralysis); 175, Keber, V. J. S. f. Ger. Med.; 176, Dr. P. in U. (Henke's Zeit., 1862); 177, Barnes (Lancet, 1847); 178, Wagner (Med. Annals); 179, Platner (Omodei Am. Univ., Hah. M. M.); 180, Lachese (Ann. de Hygične, H. Mat. Méd.); 181, M. Diville (Lancet, 1838); 182, Rayner (Lancet, 1838); 183, Murray (Lancet, 1838); 184, St. Thos. Hosp. Rep. (Lancet, 12, 509); 185, Greening (Lancet, 1834); 186, Lancet, 1829; 187, Lancet, 1839; 188, Burns (Lancet, 1839); 189, Thompson (Lancet, 1840); 190, Foster (Lancet, 1840); 191, Hedley (Lancet, 1842); 192, Gaz. des Hôp. (Lancet, 1842); 193, Bird (Lancet, 1843, poisoning by the vapor of Arsenic); 194, Shipman (Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1838); 195, Argent (Lancet, 1844); 196, Kelso (Lancet, 1844); 197, Farget (Lancet, 1851); 198, Waite (Lancet, 1858), Arsenic applied to pulp of tooth; 199, Dermott (Lancet, 1851); 200, Ryan (Lancet, 1851); 201, A. McLeod (Ed. M. and S. J., 15, 553); 202, Ward (Ed. M. and S. J., 33, 61); 203, Dymock (Ed. M. and S. J., 59, 350); 204, Gairdner (Ed. M. and S. J., 32, 305); 205, Jeesche (Hom. V. J. Schrift, 8, 467); 206, N. Z. f. H. Kl., 12, 56; 207, Brämer (A. H. Z., 19, 223), Horst (A. H. Z., 19, 241), and Buchner (A. H. Z., 46, 64); 208, Hoppe (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 209, Kurtz (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 210, Bartlett (Chicago Pharmacist, 1872); 211, Scales (N. E. Med. Gaz., 2, 226, effects taken for the complexion); 212, Benham (Am. Observer, 1864); 213, Malmstein, Hygeia, 1873 (Schmidt's Jahrb., chron. Ars. poison); 214, Levin (effect of Arsenic applied externally; Hirch's Zeit., 19, 112); 215, Bouvier (L'Art Méd., 6, 31); 216, Colton (Med. Investigator, 9, 241); 217, Wibmer (effects of the fumes); 218, Zeit. f. Hom. Kl., 3, 137 (effects of Arsen. paper); 219, Goullon (on Arsen. paper, A. H. Z., 64, 81); 220, Brit. Med. J., 1873 (poisoning by paper and pigments); 221, Oppenheim (Verhandlung, 1859, Arsen. paper); 222, Lorinzer (Wien Med. Wach., 1857, Arsen. paper); 223, Dudgeon (B. J. of Hom., 20, 200, Arsen. paper); 224, Bayer (M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 597, Arsenical paperhangings); 225, M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 413 (Arsen. paper, symptoms observed in four children); 226, Dr. H. Reynolds, Hahn. Month., 10, 53 (tox.).
Crot-t > appendix
1, Hermann, Praktische Mitt. (from Roth's Mat. Med.); 2, a girl, aged 25, took one drop on sugar, from Buchner's collection, Archiv. f. Hom. Heil, 19, 116; 3, effects of one drop on a young, black-haired girl, ibid.; 4, effects of three drops on a girl, aged 26, with carious teeth, ibid.; 5, effects of three drops on another girl, ibid.; 6, effects of three drops on a girl of 36 (taken for urticaria), ibid.; 7, effects of three drops triturated with sugar, and taken in three doses, on a girl aged 26, ibid.; 8, effect of three drops on a student, aged 23, ibid.; 9, a girl, aged 20, took one-eighth of a drop daily, afterward three-eighths, afterward one-half, and again three-fourths of a drop daily, ibid.; 10, a man, aged 32, took one drop on sugar, ibid.; 11, Dr. S. T., aged 26, took repeated doses of three-tenths, one-half, three-fourths of a drop, and one drop, ibid.; 12, a girl, aged 32, took one-half a drop for several days, afterward three-fourths of a drop, ibid.; 13, K. M., aged 26, effects of smelling a solution of two drops to 100 of Al., afterward of the pure oil, and of taking two or three drop doses, ibid.; 14, B., a man, aged 27, took numerous doses of from one-tenth to one drop each, during a period of about seven weeks, ibid.; 15, effects on a girl of 15 of rubbing five drops on the arm, ibid.; 16, Commensur. Jour. d. Pharm., 13, p. 394, effects of getting some into the eye, ibid.; 17, Tavernier, Froriep's Notizen, 12, p. 287, rubbed some oil about the umbilicus, ibid.; 18, C. M., rubbed some oil over the left deltoid muscle, and afterward a little below the same place, ibid.; 19, the same, effects of the fumes inhaled while rubbing the oil into the arm; 20, the same, effects of rubbing oil above the umbilicus; 21, Dr. Joret, effects of one or two drops taken internally (Archiv. Gén. de Méd., 1833), A. H. Z., 4, p. 69; 22, A. H. Z. Mon. Bl., 9, p. 62, a man drank some by mistake, taking about half an ounce; 23, Rumph, effects of the whole plant, especially of the leaves, Herb. Amboin, t. 4, p. 98, from Wibmer; 24, Buchner, effects of chewing and spitting out a seed, Toxicologie, 1827, from Wibmer; 25, Wibmer, effects of one drop made into two pills, taken with an interval of half an hour; 26, Landsberg, effects of half a large seed, Pharmacog. Euphorb. Diss. Berol., 1831, from Wibmer; 27, same, effects of one drop on sugar; 28, same, effects of rubbing oil into the abdomen; 29, Hencke, effects of rubbing oil into umbilical region, Archiv. f. Hom. 20, 2, 183; 30, same, proving with 2d trit. of seeds; 31, Dr. Brentzer, proving with 15th dil., ibid.; 32, same, provings with 4th dil.; 33, Connell, general effects, from Buchner's collection, Archiv. Hom., 19, 1, 119; 34, Piedagnel, general effects, ibid.; 35, Meinel, effects of rubbing oil into inguinal region, Fr. Mag., 4, 966 (from Deutsch Kl., 1851); 36, Guttseit, effect of two drops, repeated after two days, for obstinate constipation, Fr. Mag., 4, 274 (from Med. Zeit., 1846); 37, Graefe and Walther, effects of one drop, Fr. Mag., 1, 592 (Rust's Mag., 1836); 38, Hutchinson, general effects of rubbing in six drops on the skin, Bost. Med. and Surg. Jour., 8, 411; 39, effects of two drops, taken for scanty menstruation, from the last; 40, Pereira, effects of the dust encountered while emptying packages of the seeds, Mat. Med., 2, 1, 606; 41, Prujer, Rust's Mag., 19, 3, 525, from Roth's collection (Mat. Med.); 42, Koehler, Rust's Mag., 46, p. 45, ibid.; 43, Romberg, Casp. Wochen., 1835, ibid.; 44, Brandes, Hufel. Journ., 57, p. 120, ibid.; 45, omitted; 46, Horn's Archiv., 60, p. 574, ibid.; 47, Murray, App. Med., 4, 150, ibid.; 48, Cohansen, Act. nat. cur., 9, p. 39, ibid.; 49, Boudet, Abeille Méd., 1845, ibid.; 50, Vautherin, effects of inunction of stomach with twelve drops, Monograph des Graines de Crot. Tig., Paris, 1864; 51, Med.-Chir. Rev., July, 1834 (All. Med. Zeit.), general effects of external use; 52, Mayet and Hallé, poisoning of three persons by strawberries impregnated with the oil, Ann. d'Hyg., 35, 193; 53, Maurezin, poisoning of a girl of 6 years by three grammes in "café au lait," Gaz. des Hôp, June, 1868; 54, omitted; 55, C. C. Shayer, general account of poisoning of five persons by eating some birds over which some Crot. oil had been spilled, Am. J. of Med. Sei., Jan., 1867 (the birds had been well washed previous to cooking); 56, Tilbury Fox, general effects of inunction, Lancet, April, 1867; 57, S. R. Percy, general effects of internal and external use, Am. Med. Times, 55, 170; 58, Brydone, effects of a teaspoonful of a mixture of equal parts of Croton and olive oil, Ed. Med. Jour., 1861; 59, J. L. Bunting, poisoning of a woman by one ounce, Med. Record, 3, 274 (Boston Med. and Surg. Jour.); 60, Keith, effects of a teaspoonful on a boy, given by mistake in hooping-cough (Ed. Med. Jour), from Br. J. of Hom., 2, 129; 61, Berridge, proving on a man with several doses of the 200th dil., Lehrmann (A. J. of H. M. M., 1874, p. 128); 62, Marchand, proving on self with two pills of Croton oil taken in bread, "Du Croton Tiglium," Paris, 1861; 63, Vautherin, effects of eight or ten drops taken by mistake with food, "Des Graines de Croton Tiglium," Paris, 1864, p. 88.
Kali-chl > appendix
28, Dr. J. Lewis Smith, Med. Record, vol. xiii, 1878, p. 397; 29, Dr. Hall, ibid.; (30 to 38, A. Jocobi, M.D., ibid., vol. xv., p. 240, collection of cases); 30, Seeligmüller reports fatal case of a boy, aet. six years; 31, Lacombe, a man took 1 ounce instead of Sulphate of magnesia; 32, Jacobi took single 1/2 ounce and 6-drachm doses; 33, Dr. Fountain experimented on himself, taking over 1 ounce; 34, Dr. Krackowizer, a young lady was told to use a mouth-wash and gargle of 1 ounce, but she swallowed the whole; (35 to 38, Conrad Küster, D. Zeit. f. prak. Med., 1877, No. 33); 35, a woman, aet. twenty years, vigorous, for mild angina had a strong solution for gargling and internal use; 36, a man, aet. thirty years, for trifling maculated diphtheritic angina, had a strong solution as a gargle, and took lime-water internally; 37, a boy, aet. three years, for same disease, gargle and administration of the Chlorate; 38, a girl, aet. four years, for mild angina, gargles and administration of the Chlorate.