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Bufo Rana - General symptoms - T.F. Allen

Poison Of The Toad, Rana Bufo Bufo.


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HPUS indication of Bufo Rana: Sadness

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


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GENERAL

General

Rana Bufo, L. Nat. order, Bufonidae, of the Batrachian family of vertebrate animals. Common names, Toads; (German) Die Kröte; (French) Le Crapaud commun. Preparation, Trituration of the poison from the cutaneous glands, obtained by irritating the animal.

Weight in the forehead and eyelids.

disturbed vision. sparks before the eyes, pain at the heart.

cold sweat on the head and in the hair.

coldness of the body, especially the feet, and such piercing colic as almost to cause fainting.

at the same time burning thirst, vomiting after drinking.

vomiting of food, then of bitter and acrid matter.

the least movement aggravates the headache and brings on the nausea and vomiting,.

Lancinations in the cerebellum, making the head fall backwards.

loss of consciousness and falling down.

tonic and clonic spasms.

turgescence and distortion of the face.

convulsive agitation of the mouth and eyes.

bloody salivation. involuntary emission of urine.

repeated shocks through the whole body.

the lower extremities are in more violent motion than the upper.

face bathed in perspiration,.

Four days after getting chilled, pain at the heart every two hours of the day.

straining to vomit. cough with expectoration, tinged with clear red blood.

about 8 o'clock the next morning, the cough, the red expectoration, and the pain at the heart return.

towards the fifth day, the sensation of having two swellings ceases, but the cough and hoarseness remain,.

Pains in the loins so violent that they prevent breathing.

they very nearly cause fainting.

a red-hot iron seems to pierce the loins.

the violence of the pains renders the least movement impossible.

this symptom appears in the morning, two days running.

the first time it lasts five or six minutes, and two or three minutes the second day.

the following day, dull pains in the loins, as from a strain in the back, preventing him from straightening himself, or stooping down.

during the pains in the loins, the urine is scanty, of the color of yellow-ochre, thick, with a yellowish sediment.

the pains in the loins last five or six days,.

Daily pain in the abdomen, on the fortieth day after taking the medicine, after the ulcers on the finger and tibia had healed, especially in the morning and after drinking milk, and also from smoking tobacco.

it was not very violent, but a very troublesome, digging-cutting pain (so that he thought of being poisoned),.