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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Canna in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Canna
Cann-s > appendix
1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 1, 139; 2, Franz, ibid.; 3, Gross, ibid.; 4, Fried. H---n, ibid.; 5, Hempel, ibid.; 6, Hugo, ibid.; 7, Stapf, ibid.; 8, Hartlaub and Trinks, ibid.; 9, Wahle, ibid.; 10, Haller in Vicat's Mat. Med., a general statement, ibid.; 11, Morgagni, de sed. et causis morb., Ep., 7, 10, 15, 25, cases of disease occurring in adult male hemp-dressers, but not adduced as results of this occupation, ibid.; 12, Neuhold, Acta nat. cur., III, 150, effects of effluvia of hemp before being dried, therefore not mere local irritation, ibid.; 13, Olearius, Orient. Reischeschreib, p. 529, general statement, but Cann. indica must be meant, ibid.; 14, Ramazzini, De morbis artif., cap. 26, affections of workers in hemp and linseed, therefore mere local irritation, ibid.; 15, Dr. Schreter's, proving with the tincture, N. Archiv., 3, 1, 172; 15a, Dr. Schreter's wife, proving with the tincture, ibid.; 16, Dr. Knorre, effects of an infusion of the fresh herb, A. H. Z., 6, 34; 17, Wibmer, effects of 5 to 50 drops of the tincture, Wirk. der Arzneimittel, 1, 23; 18, Lembke, Z. f. H. Kl., 4, 155, proving with 10 to 70 drops of the tincture.