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Chamomilla - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

German Chamomile, Chamomile, Camomile, Chamom., Camomilla, Chamomila, Camomila, Chamomilla Vulgaris, Cham.

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



Yawning and stretching.

Sleepiness, during the day, without being able to sleep, on lying down.

Coma, and coma-vigil, with pulling pain in the head, and nausea, or with feverish restlessness, short respiration, and thirst.

Nocturnal sleeplessness, with attacks of anguish, visions, and illusions of the sight and hearing.

Snoring breathing when asleep.

On sleeping, starts with fright, cries, tossing, tears, talking, raving, groans, snoring, and constant separating of the thighs.

Fantastical, lively, quarrelsome and vexatious dreams, with morose and sullen aspect.

Nocturnal delirium.


Attacks of spasms and of convulsions, with face red and bloated, and convulsive movements in the eyes, the eyelids, the lips, the muscles of the face, and of the tongue.

Epileptic convulsions, with retraction of the thumbs, and foam before the mouth, preceded by colic, or followed by a lethargic state.


Rheumatic, drawing pains, chiefly at night in bed, with paralytic state, and sensation of torpor in the parts affected, and inclination to move them continually; mitigated by external heat.

Pain with thirst, heat, and redness (of one) of the cheeks, and hot sweating of the head.

Pulsative pains, as from an, abscess.

Over-excitement, and excessive sensibility of the nervous system, with great sensibility to pain, which appears insupportable and induces despair.

Over-sensitiveness of the senses (esp. from coffee and narcotics).

Great sensibility in the open air, and principally to wind.

The extremities feel, as it were, stiff and paralysed.

Great weakness and inclination to fall, with prostration of strength to fainting as soon as the pain commences.

Syncope, with sensation of sinking and faintness in the precordial region.

Attacks of catalepsy, with hippocratic face, extremities cold, eyes half-closed, pupils dilated and dull.

Urgent inclination to remain lying down; a child will neither walk nor be carried in the arms.

Cracking, and pain resembling a bruise, in the joints.

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