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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Apium Graveolens in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Celery. N. O. Umbelliferae. Tincture of seeds. Tincture of sticks.
Effects of eating the root during the following day and night, most obstinate retention of urine, which could only be relieved by the catheter. On another person this was observed Inability to sit still or lie still in bed from feeling of "fidgets".
cannot keep mind from I thinking. In a proving under the direction of W. P. Wesselhoeft (Med. Advance, April, 1886) a remarkable symptom was a dull ache in sacrum agg. when lying down, amel. when moving about. Another symptom was "sensation as if both eyes were sunken back into their sockets." Throbbing headaches, agg. by slightest motion.
amel. by rest, mostly left-sided. Urticaria, always appearing with shuddering.
intense stinging itching with rapid change of location. Pressure in stomach preceding urticaria, and relieved when it appears. Toothache in left molars amel. by holding cold water in the mouth. Hering cured with Apium g. an old abscess near the umbilicus. Allen mentions "Profuse discharge from granulating ulcers, intense constriction over sternum, with drawing feeling through to back on lying down," as having been cured by it. SYMPTOMS.
Fidgets. Headache. Heartburn. Otorrhoea. Post-nasal catarrh. Rumination. Toothache. Urine, retention of. Urticaria.
A proving of tincture of seeds produced the following symptoms Unpleasant feeling at stomach, with belchings tasting of celery. Heartburn. Spitting up of food. Gone feeling at pit of stomach lasting for hours and partially relieved by eating.