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Bellis Perennis - General symptoms

Daisy, Bellis Bell-p.


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HPUS indication of Bellis Perennis: Bruised soreness
Bellis Perennis

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


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GENERAL

General

B. perennis, L. Nat. order, Compositae. Preparation, Tincture of the whole plant when in flower.

Authority. Dr. Thomas, Br. Journ. of Hom., 16, 325; proving of the tincture, 20-drop doses repeated for fourteen days; of the 3d dilution; effects of external application of the tincture, and of chewing the flowers.

Large boil on back of neck, commencing with a dull, aching pain, some difficulty and bruised pain in keeping the head erect.

began as a slight pimple, with burning pain in the skin, increasing until, in six days' time, it was very large, of a dark, fiery, purple color, and very sore, burning and aching pain in it.

accompanied with headache extending from occiput to sinciput, of a cold, aching character.

brain as though contracted in frontal region, dizziness, etc. (after two weeks), (from the tincture).

It acts upon the muscular fibers of the blood-vessels. Much muscular soreness. Lameness, as if sprained. Venous congestion, due to mechanical causes. First remedy in injuries to the deeper tissues, after major surgical work. Results of injuries to nerves with intense soreness and intolerance of cold bathing. After gout, debility of limbs.

Traumatism of the pelvic organs, auto-traumatism, expresses the condition calling for Bellis Perennis; ill effects from masturbation. Excellent remedy for sprains and bruises. Complaints due to cold food or drink when the body is heated, and in affections due to cold wind. Externally, in naevi. Acne. Boils all over. sore, bruised feeling in the pelvic region. Eructations, stasis, swelling, come within the range of Bellis Perennis. Rheumatic symptoms. Does not vitiate the secretions. "It is a princely remedy for old laborers, especially gardeners." (Burnett.)

BRUISED SORENESS

Hard, aching, squeezing or throbbing pain

Tired, fagged

Deep trauma or septic wounds; especially abdominal, pelvic, etc

Acrid pus; destroys the hair

Bleeding

Impulse to move

Headache, ending in shooting

Fulness about spleen Falls on coccyx (Hypr)

Boils

Wakeful; too early

Sensitive to cold

Senile blood stasis

Unbearable pains that drive to distraction, worse heat and better cold

Senile vertigo

The Daisy. N. O. Compositae. Tincture of whole fresh plant.

Acne. Arteries, diseases of. Boils. Brain, softening of. Change of Life. Exudations. Fatigue. Giddiness. Gout. Headache. Indigestion. Masturbation. Mydriasis. Overwork. Pregnancy, complaints of. Psoriasis. Railway spine. Rheumatism. Sleeplessness. Spleen affections. Stasis. Traumatism. Tumours. Uterus, fatigued. Varicosis.

The old name of "Wound-wort," or "Bruise-wort," shows one of the main spheres of the action of Bellis, and allies it in action with its fellow Compositae, Arnica Arnica and Calendula Officinalis Calendula. The daisy is a flower which is repeatedly trodden upon and always comes up smiling afterwards.

and being the "day's eye" may be the sign of its too early waking propensities. Dr. Burnett is the chief authority for its homoeopathic uses. "It acts very much like Arnica Arnica, even to the production of erysipelas." He has cured with its aid several cases of tumours originating in a blow. "Stasis" and "fag" are the principal notes of its action. Exudations and swellings of many kinds. Fagged womb. Varicose veins. The giddinesses of elderly people (cerebral stasis). It has marked action on female sexual organs, especially on engorged uterus and breasts. It relieves troubles of pregnancy inability to walk.

varicose veins. Fag from masturbation. Overworked old labourers and workmen.

head sufferings of elderly working gardeners.

commercial travellers.

railway spine. Burnett has generally given it in the Ø tincture. It is a pre-eminently left-side medicine.

causes stitches in spleen. It has produced acne.

boils. rheumatic pains.

giddiness. Headache from occiput to sinciput.

contracted feeling in front brain. A pain in inner side of right arm as if a boil were developing. A leading indication is found in its causation Ill-effects of sudden wet chill to heated stomach or body surface. This may be taken as a keynote "effects of cold or iced drinks when heated".

dyspepsia, amenorrhoea, skin affections (including a striking case of psoriasis), rheumatism from this cause. Near and remote effects of blows, falls, accidents (trauma). It causes a tired feeling with desire to lie down. As a remedy for debility following acute attacks of gout Burnett gives it a very high place, classing it with Vanadium Metallicum Vanadium, of which it is a complement in degenerative states, as brain softening and atheroma of arteries. It has been observed to cause dilatation of the pupil when used locally. It is well not to give it near bed time, as it is apt to cause sleeplessness, waking at 3 a.m. and conversely "waking up too early in the morning and cannot get to sleep again" is a leading indication for its use.

Large boil on back of neck, commencing with a dull, aching pain.

some difficulty and bruised pain in keeping head erect.

began as a slight pimple with burning pain in skin, increasing until in six days it was very large, of a dark fiery purple colour, and very sore, burning and aching pain in it.

accompanied with headache, extending from occiput to sinciput, of a cold, aching character.

brain as though contracted in frontal region.

dizziness, &c.

Region

BLOOD-VESSELS

Nerves

Spleen

Joints

Left side