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Anatherum Muricatum - General symptoms - T.F. Allen

Cuscus - An East Indian Grass, Anantherum Muriaticum, Anantherum Muricatum, oenanthe, Anantherum, Anan.

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HPUS indication of Anatherum Muricatum: Boils

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



Coughs slightly, and expectorates with difficulty a reddish mucus (second day).

expectorates a thick reddish mucus (third day).

expectoration bloody (fourth day).

cough troublesome, sputum dark, but not so bloody (seventh day).

expectoration copious (ninth day).

very copious, loose, and less bloody.

easy, and becoming white (tenth day),.

Much mucus in the throat raised with freedom (second day).

expectorates a white frothy phlegm (third day).

expectorates a heavy greenish-yellow matter (fourth day).

frequent cough, with copious purulent expectoration, in the forenoon.

cough and expectoration frequent, in the evening (sixth day).

spits a large quantity of heavy purulent mucus (seventh day).

expectorates with great difficulty the same dark-greenish matter (ninth day),.

Watery vomiting, with whitish particles in it, and most foul eructations.

stitches and cramps in the stomach and extremities.

urging to stool, and very liquid diarrhoea.

painful icy coldness over the whole body.

excessive thirst pressure and constriction in the epigastrium.

spasms. agitation. cold perspiration, especially on the head.

a state like intoxication, prostration and emaciation.

Whitish, choleraic stools, with cramps, general coldness, painful pressure, and constriction at the epigastrium, colic and burning in the abdomen, unquenchable thirst, with frequent inability to drink on account of spasms of the throat and stomach.

vertigo, burning in the head, weakness in thinking, great prostration, emaciation, and suppression of urine.

In a state of almost immovable rigidity.

insensible, moaning, and breathing stertorously.

countenance livid. eyes fixed.

pupils dilated. sanguineous foam issuing from the mouth.

intense action of the dorsal and lumbar muscles, or opisthotonos.

the pulse very feeble, and the heart's action even scarcely perceptible.

lower jaws firmly locked.

the tongue much injured and slightly protruding.

in eight or ten minutes from the time of first seeing him, he expired gently and without a struggle,.

The first attacked with symptoms of poisoning was a boy, aged three years.

whilst eating a cake he fell down in convulsions, and was quite unconscious (after a quarter of an hour).

he remained this way till 10 o'clock that night, when he died. Immediately afterwards, a little boy, aged five years, and a girl, about the same age (both of whom had had some of the root), were attacked in the same way. The body died about 7 o'clock that evening.

the girl recovered. In another house, a girl, aged six years, was attacked, together with a boy about the same age. The girl died the next afternoon about 4 o'clock.

the boy recovered. There were others affected, but in a lesser degree. The signs of poisoning were the same in all the cases.

about fifteen minutes after eating the root they became unconscious, and were violently convulsed, at the same time the jaws were closely locked, the mouth covered with foam, in some cases mixed with a little blood.

the convulsive fits recurred, one after another, with extreme rapidity, there being scarcely an interval of half a minute between each.

in the case of the girl, who lived nearly a day, there was considerable opisthotonos, or aching of the back, on the second day, which had taken the place of the violent general convulsions of the previous evening.

about three hours before she died the convulsions ceased altogether.

the other two died in the convulsions,.

In one hour, some fell into syncope and convulsions.

one died before the doctor arrived, two hours after supper.

a second was expiring.

he recovered warmth, and then insensibly movement and life.

the first signs were efforts to vomit, which, aided by the emetic, were effectual. The vomiting went on for days, take what he would. He fell asleep for fifteen hours. The third day his tongue was extremely sore and swollen from biting during the convulsions. He remembered nothing that had befallen him from the first to the third day of his illness, nor of the circumstances that had accompanied, nor those which had caused it,.

Fell down in strong convulsions.

the struggling was soon over, and he became better, but retained a wild expression of countenance, which was pale, and in a short time he had another fit.

about half an hour later it was manifest that he was dying.

his bloated livid face, the sanguineous foam about his mouth and nostrils, the stertorous snort and convulsive breathing, extreme prostration and insensibility plainly indicated that every remedial measure would be useless.

he died in five minutes,.