Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agaricus Muscarius in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare in irritable weakness of accommodative apparatus of eye Physostigma Physostigma (pain after using eyes, muscae volitantes, flashes of light, twitching of lids and around eyes; myopia); Jaborandi (Pilocarpus) Jaborandi; (spasms of accommodation, vision continually changing; eyes tire easily, are irritable).
Mushrooms will not grow in ground containing either iron or coal.
Atropine is said to be antagonistic to Muscarine, but they both, when topically used, dilate the pupil.
Muscarine is very similar to Pilocarpine (Jaborandi (Pilocarpus) Jaborandi), since both cause arrest of heart's action profuse sweat, salivation, lachrymation; contracted pupils, etc. Muscarine acts more on the lachrymal glands, less on sweat and salivary glands; Pilocarpine causes more urging to urinate. Muscarine, given internally, contracts the pupil more than Pilocarpine; used topically only the former dilates the pupil. Gelsem. is here similar to Muscarine.
Antidoted by Carbo Veg charcoal; coffee; wine; brandy; Camphora camphor; fat or oil (relieves stomach); Calc Carb Calc. ostr. (relieves icy-coldness); Pulsatilla Pulsat., Rhus Tox Rhus tox. (nightly backache).