Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis - Generalities symptoms - ClarkeChina, Peruvian Bark, Chinchona, China Officinalis, Cinchona Officinalis , Chin.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Drowsiness during the day (and after eating), often with palpitation of the heart.
Frequent yawning, with stretching.
Retarded sleep, and sleeplessness, caused by a great influx of ideas.
Confused dreams when falling asleep.
Sleeplessness with pressive pain in the head, or bulimy.
Disturbed, unrefreshing sleep.
Starting with fright, on going to sleep.
On sleeping, the patient lies on the back, with the head turned back, and the arms extended over the head, with slow respiration, and with full and quick pulse.
Groans, snoring, and blowing expiration during sleep, even in children.
Painful, frightful dreams, which continue to produce agitation after waking.
Disordered, senseless dreams, after midnight, with a sort of stupidity on waking.
Dreams of failing from a height.
Tensive pullings, or starting and shooting tearings, esp. in the large bones of the limbs, with paralytic pains, and weakness of the parts affected.
Tearing rheumatic pains in the limbs, on beginning to walk.
Pains and sufferings provoked or aggravated by touch, at night, or after a meal.
Uneasiness in the parts affected, which obliges the patient to move them.
Sensation of torpor in different parts.
Numbness of the parts which are pressed, on lying down.
Arthritic swelling, which is hard and red in some parts.
Dropsical swelling of some parts, or of the whole body.
Erysipelatous swelling of the whole body.
Great general weakness, with trembling, difficulty in walking, and great tendency to perspiration during movement and sleep.
More than ordinary vivacity, with fixedness of the eyes.
Convulsive movements of the limbs.
Over-sensitiveness of the nerves (from loss of fluids).
Veins are much enlarged.
Over-excitability of the whole nervous system.
Aversion to mental and bodily exertion.
Fainting-fits; esp. if resulting from loss of animal fluids.
Attacks, of asphyxia.
Atrophy and emaciation, esp. of the arms and legs.
Great sensibility to a current of air, and sufferings on being exposed to it even slightly.
Heaviness of the whole body.
Nasal secretion bloody, mucous.
Affections of the shoulder-blades, bones of the arm; thighs; knee joints.
There may be bleeding from every infernal part of the body; coldness and passive hćmorrhage.
Newly-born children lose much blood during parturition; the mucous membrane looks very bloody if there is only a slight bleeding going on; deficiency of blood; congestion of single parts; distension of blood vessels (Guernsey).
Contraction of inner parts; also dropsy of inner parts.
Induration after inflammation.≡ more ...