Angelica ArchangelicaArchangelica Ange.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Angelica Archangelica in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Angelica Archangelica
Hyos > general
Nos. 1 to 49, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 4. 1, Hahnemann; 1a, Fr. H-n; 1b, Flaeming; 2, Franz; 3, Langhammer; 4, Stapf; 5, Wislicenus; 6, Barrère, Obs. d'Anatomie, 1753 (not accessible, -Hughes); 7, Barton (symptoms thus noted belong to Smith); 8, Bernigau, in Hufel. Journ., V, p. 905 (from a clyster of Hyosc. in a man); 9, Blom, in Kon. Vetensk. Acad. Handl., 1774, p. 52 (from root eaten by a man); 10, Borellus, cent. IV., Obs. 45 (from root in adults); 11, Cagnion, from Desault, Journ. de Chir., I, p. 370 (from root in children); 12, Camerarius, in Acta Nat. Cur., vol. i, Obs., 12 (p. 250, as last); 13, Clauder, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., V. Ann. 6, Obs. 178 (from preparing a fomentation of Hyosc.); 14, Costa, in Journ. de Méd., vol. xxx, Feb., p. 134 (from seeds in a man); 15, Van Ems, in Praelect. Boerhaavii de morb. nerv., vol. i, p. 236 (not found); 16, Faber, in Schenk, Lib. VII, Obs., 152 (p. 853, from gr. xxv of seeds in adult); 17, Gardane, Gaz. de Santé, 1773, 1774, p. 294 (in several persons, from effluvia); 18, Gesner, Samml. von Beob., I, p. 165 (after case of colic, by Hyos); 19, Gmelin, Reise durch Sibirien, Goett., 1752, vol. iii, pp. 84-85 (general statement from authors); 20, Greding, in Ludw. Advers. Med. Pr., I, pp. 86, 89 (p. 71, from extract administered in disease, cases 1 to 10 melancholico-maniacs, cases 11 to 21, maniacs, cases 22 to 35 epileptics, cases 36 to 40 epileptico-maniacs); 21, Gruenewald, in Miscell. Nat. Cur. Dec., III, ann. 9, 10, App. p. 179 (21a, from effluvia of seeds; 21b, from a clyster of Hyosc.; 21c, in girls who had applied fomentations of Hyosc.); 22, Haller, in Vicat. Mat. Med., I, p. 184 (from seeds in adult); 23, Hamberger, Diss. de Opio, § 18 (from root in boy of three years); 24, Hamilton (Edinb. Med. Essays, II, 243; from gr. xxv of white henbane-seeds in a young man); 25, Heilbronn, in Neues. Journ. der Auslaend. Med. Chir. Lit., V, Hufel and Harles, I, 1804, p. 199 (not accessible); 26, Van Helmont, Jus d., § 22 (from 2 scruples of seeds in adult); 27, Huenerwolf, in Miscel. Nat. Cur. Dec., III, Ann 2. Obs. 92 (from cooked roots, in several persons); 28, Jaskewitz, Diss. Pharm. reg. veg., Vindob., 1775, p. 53 (observations); 29, Joerdens, in Hufel. Journ., IV, p. 539 (from clyster of Hyosc. in a woman); 30, Kiernander, Utkast til Med., Lagfar, 1776, p. 267 (not accessible); 31, Matthiolus, Comment. in Diosc., Lib. VI, p. 1064 (observations); 32, Navier, in Rec. period. d'Obs. de Méd., Tom. IV (p. 113, from Hyosc. eaten as a salad by an adult); 33, Planchon, in Journ. de Méd., Tom. XIX, p. 42 (from repeated doses in adult); 34, Pyl, Neues Mag., II B., III St., p. 100 (from seeds, in a boy); 35, De Rueff, in Nov. Act. Nat. Cur., T. IV, Obs. 59 (from inhaling vapor for toothache); 36, Sauvages, Nosol., II, p. 242 (from root, in several persons); 37, Schulze, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., I, ann. 4, 5, Obs. 124 (cooked root, in several persons); 38, Seliger, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., II, ann. I, Obs. 138 (not found); 39, La Serre, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., II, ann. 6, Obs. 78 (from Clyster of Hyos. given for dysentery); 40, Sloane, in Philos. Trans., No. 457 (xxxviii, 99 from seeds in children); 41, Smith (Duncan's Med. Comm., p. 402, from grains iv of resinous part of extract, in a healthy man); 42, Stedman, in Phil. Trans. (vol. xlvii, from leaves boiled in broth, in several adults); 43, Stoerck, lib. de Stram., Hyosc., Acon., Vien., 1762, pp. 36, 39, 47, 55 (observations on patients); 44, Tozzetti, relaz. di alcuni viaggi., vol. vi, p. 279 (from root in adult); 45, Vicat, Mat. Med., I, p. 185 (general statement); 46, Wedel, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., I, ann. 3, Obs. 21 (from seeds, in child of three); 47, Wendt, in Hufel. Journ., V, p. 390 (from Clyster of Hyosc. in adult); 48, Wepfer, Hist. Cicut. Aquat., Bas., 1716, p. 230 (from cooked roots, in some youths); 49, Desault, Journ. de Chir., Tom. I; 50, Hartlaub and Trinks, M. M. (Kahler's Hufel. Journ., 1829), poisoning of child aged 4 years by the seeds; 51, Lembke, too Gruner's tinct., repeated doses of 2 to 25 drops, N. Z. f. H. Kl., 1, p. 8; 52, Dr. Keil took 10, 20, and 50 drops of tinct., Hartlaub's provings, V. J. Sch. f. Hom., 9, p. 241; 53, Gerstel took 15th dil., ibid.; 54, same, took 15 to 20 drops of tinct., ibid.; 55, Lindermann, provings with 15th dil., ibid.; 55a, same, proving with 3d dil., ibid.; 56, same, proving with 3 to 50 drops of tinct., ibid.; 57, Harley, effects of 3 fluid ounces of Succus Hyosc., in a man aged 40, Old Veg. Neurotics; 58, same, effects in a paralytic, aged 75, of 8 grains of extract substituted for the customary dose of morphine; 59, Proving of the "Comite der K. K. Gesellsch. der AErtze in Wien," from Zeit. d. K. K. Gesell. d. AEzt. zu Wien, 1847, six provers took the Prussian extract, beginning with 1/4 grain, increasing the dose by 1/4 grain till 5 1/4 grains were taken at a dose; 59a, subsequent proving, six (in part same) provers took the Austrian extract, beginning with 1/4 grain and increasing to 12 3/4 grains, one prover to 18 3/4 grains, from ibid.; 60, Schroff, Lehrbuch, effects on three persons of fresh juice, alcoholic and ethereal extracts; 61, Liedbeck, effects of 2 drops of the juice of the herb when put into the eye, repeated after fifteen minutes, Hygea, 9, 444; 62, Journ. de Toul (Z. f. Ver. Hom. AEzt. OEst., 1, 376) effects of a clyster of herb Hyosc., in a woman; 63, Gaz. d. Hôp., 1854 (Z. f. V. H. A. OEst., 1, 376), effect in a woman of eating the roots cooked; 64, same, in another woman; 65, same, in a man; 66, Dr. Kahrer; a girl 8 years old, effects of eating seeds; 67, Dr. Wurtemberg, Prag. Monats., 2, 122, effects of eating leaves, in a child; 68, Springer, Archiv. f. Hom. Heilk., 19, 3, 182, poisoning of four children, from 4 to 6 years old; 69, Sir H. Sloane, Med. Museum, 3, p. 231 (1764), (from Philos. Trans.), effects of eating H., in four children (possibly same as last); 70, Donaldson, Bost. Med. Intell., 5 June, 1827, a woman and daughter took a tea containing nearly an entire young plant; 71, Hufeland's Journ., 1829, effects of seeds in a child of 4 years; 72, Med.-Chir. Rev., 20, 205, effects of eating seeds, in two girls, each about 5 years; 73, Solon and Soubeiran, Am. J. Med. Sc., 20, p. 214 (Bull. Gén. de Thérap., 1836), effects of increasing doses of extract in one suffering from headache; 74, Menger, A. H. Z., 9, 13 (Berl. Med. Zeit., 1836), effects of eating roots, in several persons; 75, All. Hom. Zeit., 19, 63 (Reinh. and Casp. Woch., 1840), effects of daily doses of 8 grains of extract in a man; 76, Br. J. of Hom., 1, 412 (OEst. Med. Woch., 1843), a man fumigated his mouth with smoke of the burning seeds for toothache, which it instantly cured, but caused the following symptoms; 77, A. H. Z., 28, 154, a family of nine were all, except one, poisoned by a soup made from the roots; 78, Bernigau, a man took in a clyster an infusion consisting of half an ounce of the herb; 79, Frank, Casp. Woch., two girls ate the seeds; 80, Stein, A. H. Z., 15, 287, effects of eating seeds, in a girl aged four; 81, Sigmünd, a man took an overdose "for a disturbed stomach," Am. J. Med. Sc., 22, 189; 82, same, general effects; 83, Caudray, Lond. Med. Gaz., 47, p. 641, four monks ate the herb by mistake for another vegetable; 84, Lond. Med. Gaz., 45, p. 131 (Casp. Woch., 1849), effects of seeds on a girl of 6; 85, Cabot, Am. J. Med. Sc., 48, p. 369 (1851), effects of a teaspoonful of tincture, taken every hour, to promote action of castor oil which he had taken for pain in abdomen; 86, Sandahl, Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1857, p. 399, effects of eating soup made of herb; 87, Keating, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1858 p. 96 (omitted); 88, Ruschenberger, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1858, p. 97, effects of 4 grains of extract in a man; 89, St. Ange, Syden. Soc. Yr. Book, 1861, p. 423, effects of two cups of infusion in a man; 90, White, Lancet, 1873, p. 8, a woman took 1 drachm in morning (had taken a blue pill the night before); 91, Covert, Trans. Hom. Med. Soc., State of N. Y., 1873, p. 157, effects of seeds in a boy aged 4; 92, Campbell, Lancet, 1874, p. 797, effects of aggregate doses of 7 1/2 drachms of tincture, in a man aged 60; 93, Schillizzi, Gaz. Méd. de Montpellier (Br. J. of Hom., 14, p. 622), effects of eating root; 94, (same as 86); 95, Hempel's Mat. Med., effects in two soldiers, of eating a salad made of young shoots; 96, same, effects of 3 ounces of seeds, taken for pain in rectum.