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Arnica Montana - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Leopard's Bane, Arnica, Mountain Arnica, Amica, Arn.

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HPUS indication of Arnica Montana: Bruises
Common symptoms: Bruises, Boils, Jet lag.

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

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Uncommon liveliness

Bright, talkative (this was a curative reaction in a person of an opposite mood),

Calm, bright mood (curative reaction),

Indifference to everything,


After supper she weeps, is peevish, listens to nobody, and does not wish to be told anything,

Depression of spirits and absence of mind (after three hours and a half hours),



Hypochondriac anxiety,

Violent attacks of anxiety,

Anxiety about the present and the future (third day),


Unexpected trifles frighten and cause him to start (after an hour and a half),

Apprehension of future evils,

Horror of instant death,

Uncommonly peevish; everything is disagreeable to her,

Hypochondriac peevishness; he is not disposed to do anything,

She is extremely peevish; all her former cheerfulness and amiable manners have gone (after one hour),

Peevishness; he would like to quarrel with everybody,

Quarrelsomeness and peevishness,

He is contradictory; nothing can be done to suit him (after three and twelve hours),

She is extremely morose and irritable; *she does not speak a word,

Moroseness; one first desires all sorts of things, and afterwards repels them,

Sullen mood, as after a quarrel,

Sullen insolence and imperiousness (after some hours),

Obstinate and headstrong resistance to other people's opinions (after four hours),

Irritable, sensitive mood,

Excessive irritation of the temples; she easily laughed when there was no occasion for it; when something disagreeable was told her she got angry, and broke forth in loud howling,

(Excessive inclination to perform many and long literary labors, without possessing the strength which is required to terminate them without injuring health),

He is easily absorbed by reveries while awake,

He sits absorbed in a revery, although he thinks, properly speaking, of nothing,

Absence of mind

he cannot direct his thoughts long to one object,

his thoughts imperceptibly wander from their object, and dwell upon images and fanciful visions,

After walking in the open air, he is ill-disposed to think or talk, notwithstanding he was very cheerful before (after nine hours),

Aversion to every earnest labor,

He loathes every sort of work,

Uneasiness of body and mind (without there being any anxiety); one feels as if one were prevented from doing something which is extremely necessary, accompanied by a total want of disposition for any kind of work,

Inability to perform continued active work,

Want of memory; he forgets the word he is about speaking,

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