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Chenopodium Vulvaria - General symptoms

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HPUS indication of Chenopodium Vulvaria: Bedwetting

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


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GENERAL

General

Chenopodium vulvaria, Linn. Nat. order, Chenopodiaceae; Common names, Stinkender gausefuss, L'anserine fétide; Synonym, Chenopodium olidum, Curt.

The plant has an odor of decaying fish, and contains a large amount of Trimethylamine (Propylamine).

Preparation, Tincture of the entire plant.

Authority. Berridge, proving on Mr. J. R. Croker with 30 to 40 grains of the extract a day for three weeks, M. Hom. Rev., 15, 297.

Increased action of bowels not amounting to actual diarrhoea, sometimes attended with griping.

Often constipation, the bowels not acting for three or four days, and then with difficulty; the constipation was accompanied with external piles.

After some time, a feeling in lower lobe of right lung, as if some fluid wanted to discharge itself into the region of the duodenum; recurring frequently for several days.

Increased secretion of urine of offensive odor.

Increased sexual desire for ten to fourteen days, followed by considerable loss of sexual desire and erectile power, though the secreting power of the testicles was not diminished, but, if anything, increased.

Chenopodium Vulvaria disappeared in about three months.

Late in the proving, a painful feeling of weariness and weakness in the lumbar and lower dorsal region.

The plant has an odor of decaying fish and contains a large amount of Propylamin. Weakness in lumbar and lower dorsal region.

Stinkender Gänsefuss. N. O. Chenopodiaceae. Tincture of fresh plant.

Chenop. v. has an odour of decaying fish, and contains Trimethylamene. It constantly gives off ammonia. It has been proved, and seems to affect the left side more than the right, but the following recalls the characteristic of Chen. Anthemis Nobilis anth. Pain in middle of back on right side of spinal column, increasing gradually to a pressing wedge-like pain, beneath right scapula, agg. when sitting. There is also a pain over spine of left scapula. Pressure on the left side of the head. Constipation with external piles. Nocturnal enuresis. Sensations of dulness and fulness appear in many parts. Cold saliva.

cooling sensation in abdomen. There is restlessness caused by pricking pains. Sitting agg. pain in back.

this is amel. by bending backwards. Walking agg. stitches in spleen and pain in right knee.

Clinical

Constipation. Enuresis. Scapula, pain under. Spleen pain.

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