Asimina Triloba - General symptomsAmerican Papaw, Asim.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Asimina Triloba in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Anona triloba, L. Nat. order, Anonaceae. Common name, Pawpaw. Preparation, (?)
Authority. Edward H. Eisenboeg (Thesis, Hahnemann Medical College, 1870, MSS.); 1, 2d potency, repeated doses for six days; 2, 4th potency, repeated doses, three days.
Five children ate freely of the pawpaw, without being fastidiously nice as to the ripeness of greenness. Next morning they seemed a little languid and pale, but the pawpaw eating went on. About 10 P.M. I found my only boy aet two years and six months, with a violent fever. He had vomited awhile before I arrived, and I found that he was covered with a bright scarlet eruption. His pulse was 130, full and steady, and at 10.30 the thermometer, remaining in the axilla ten minutes, showed a temperature of 105°. Among the vomited ingesta were many small pieces of unripe pawpaw. The next day the eruption remained in full blush, the temperature dropped to 104°, the fauces were red and swollen, the tonsils and submaxillary submaxillary glands were considerably enlarged, and a diarrhoea of yellowish discharges set in. Each day the temperature dropped until it was normal.
a general desquamation of the cuticle took place, and a carbuncle formed on the anterior aspect of the left thigh, and was two weeks finishing the process of suppuration. The diarrhoea continued more than four weeks, although many remedies were given to check it or control it..
Asimina Triloba produces a series of symptoms much like scarlet fever; sore throat, fever, vomiting, scarlet eruption; tonsils and submaxillary glands enlarged, with diarrhoea. Fauces red and swollen, face swollen. Desire for ice-cold things. Hoarseness. Languid, drowsy irritable.
Acne. Itching in evening on undressing.
Paw Paw, or Custard Apple. N. O. Anonaceae. Tincture of ripe and unripe fruit, green leaves, bark, and root.
Aphthae. Carbuncle. Cramp. Diarrhoea. Fever. Scarlatina. Throat, sore.
The Anonaceae, to which Asimina belongs, are allied to the Magnolia Grandiflora Magnolia family. From eating the unripe fruit five children developed high fever, sore throat, and a scarlet eruption, with diarrhoea, one of them having eventually a carbuncle. It has also been proved. The mouth, throat and stomach are irritated. Drinks much. Desire for ice-cold things and agg. after eating.