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Alumina - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Hahnemann

Oxide of Aluminum, Argilla, Aluminium Oxydatum, Aluminum, Alum.

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

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Dejected and joyless; the only desires to be left alone, forenoon (on 8th d.).

(He is exuberantly merry.)

Great changableness in his mental moods.

Dejected as to his disease.

He thinks that he cannot get well again.

Fancy paints to itself nothing bur disagreeable, sad pictures (on 1st d.).

Sad thoughts constantly enter her mind, which compel her to weep, with restlessness and anxiety as if something bad would happen to her; whatever she looks at, fills her with sadness (on 11th d.).

Involuntary moaning and groaning as if in great pain, without his knowing it.

In the morning when awaking, as if depresses by sorrow, without clear consciousness.

She looks at everything in the worst light, and weeps and cries for hours (on 2d d.).

The boy falls into continuous weeping against his wish, lasting ½ hour.

Anxiety with much restlessness, the whole day (on 2d. d.).

Serious, anxious mood.

Anxious, introverted, vexed mood.

Anxiety with stupid obtuseness in the head and pressure on the forehead (aft. 12 h.).

Anxiety with external heat and restlessness, as if she had done something wicked.

Anxiety and fearfulness, as if he had committed a crime (on 5th d.).

Restlessness in the evening, as if evil was imminent.

Anxiety with palpitation of the heart and pulsation in various parts of the chest and the abdomen (on 4th d.).

In the morning, anxiety as if he were to have an attack of epilepsy in a few hours.

Apprehension of losing his thoughts, his reason.

She cannot see blood nor knife without horrible thoughts pressing in upon her, as if she should, e.g., commit suicide; though she has the greatest horror of it.

Excited, over-worked, and yet discontented, because not enough had been done.

Very timid, is startled at hearing the least thing fall.

Varying moods through the day, now confidence, then again faint-heartedness.

Discontented with everything, and as it were desperate.

Cross and peevish; she mutters continually.

Ill-humored, nothing pleases him.

Cross and ill-humored, of which she is herself conscious; at 1 P.M. (on 1st d.).

Peevish mood (on 1st d.).

Peevish and inclined to weep, with hot lobules of the ears (aft. 2 d.).

Extremely peevish and self-willed.

She does not wish to do what others wish.

She is extremely peevish, and everything, is offensive to her; she only wishes to scold and to raise a fuss, in the afternoon (on 5th d.).

He laughs contemptuously at everything.

Indisposition to every kind of occupation, and ennui, in the forenoon.

Dislike to every occupation (on 1st d.).

Indifference, distraction and peevishness.

Great absent-mindedness and irresolution. (2d. d.).

Inattention to what is read, the thoughts will not remain concentrated on any subject (1st d.).

The thoughts are occupied with various subjects, without any of them remaining so as to be clearly recognized (4th d.).

He constantly makes slips of the tongue and uses other words than he desires.

Lack of power of recollection and great weakness of memory.

Striking forgetfulness.

Continuous great weakness of memory.

Lack of memory for many weeks.

Great forgetfulness.

Inability to think connectedly.

Dulness of mind.

Inability and dislike to mental work.

Unbearable ennui, one hour seems to him as half a day.

Everything is easy to him, the powers of his understanding and of his body seem excited (1st d.).

Great liveliness of spirit, alternating with absence of mind, while thought, vision and hearing seem indistinct and to have almost vanished.

Numb feeling in the head, with a fear that he would become unconscious.

A numb feeling in the head as if his consciousness was outside of his body; when he says anything, he feels as if another person had said it; and when he sees anything, as if another person had seen it, or as if he could transfer himself into another, and only then could see.

In the morning, the head feels obtuse and silly, which passes after rising (3d d.).

In the morning, his head feels muddled and hot.

Numb feeling in the head, with heat in the face.

From time to time, weakness in the head.

Great stupefaction, with apprehension of falling forward.

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