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Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis - Generalities symptoms - Hering

China, Peruvian Bark, Chinchona, China Officinalis, Cinchona Officinalis Chin.


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HPUS indication of Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis: Debility

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

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GENERALITIES

Sleep

Irresistibly sleepy during day and after eating.

Constant sopor or unrefreshing sleep.

Sleepless, aching in head (until 12 P.M.), anxiety on waking, from frightful dreams.

Sleepless, from crowding of ideas, making plans.

During sleep snoring, blowing expiration; moaning, whining.

Sleep too short, unrefreshing; awakens too early.

Worst sleep after 3 A.M.

On awaking cannot collect one's senses vertigo; hunger; sweat; languor; unrefreshed; head hot; oppression of chest.

Convulsions

Convulsions rush of blood to head, throbbing carotids; from great loss of blood.

Nausea and vomiting

Heart-burn, after milk.

Belching, sour rising.

Eructations tasting of the food; or are bitter.

Vomit sour; blackish; bloody; worse at night.

Frequent vomiting.

Eating and drinking

Worse drinking wine and other liquors.

Worse after breakfast.

Sour eructations after milk.

Gastric symptoms from eating fish; excessive use of tea; sour wine; new beer; impure water; fruit.

Warm drinks impede digestion.

Worse from smoking.

Tissues

Hemorrhages from mouth, nose or bowels; wants sour things.

Glands swollen, hot, painful.

Chlorosis, dropsy, poor digestion; after exhausting diseases or discharges.

Red inflammatory swellings.

Wounds become black, gangrenous.

Muscles lax.

Emaciation, especially of hands and feet; atrophy of children.

Humid gangrene; parts turn black.

Anasarca, ascites in the aged; also from liver and spleen disease; drunkards.

Caries with profuse sweat.

Contact, Injuries, etc.

Touch 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 17, 18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 33, 34, 46. Pressure 3, 10, 32. Rubbing 21. Jarring 3.

Sensations

Pain in every joint, bones, periosteum as if strained.

Pains with lameness or weakness of affected parts.

Single parts feel pithy, numb.

Nerves

Great debility, trembling, averse to all exercise; nervous; sensitive to pain, to draughts of air; sleepless.

Complaints from loss of animal fluids.

Paralysis from loss of fluids; after arsenical poisoning; onanism.

Numbness of parts on which he lies.

Twitching of limbs.

Temperature and weather

Room 3. Entering room from open air 8. Warm stove 40. Draught 3, 10, 27, 36. Open air 3, 4, 10, 34. Foggy weather 14. Wet weather 26. Covering up 40.

Chill, Fever and Sweat.

Chill preceded by palpitation, anxiety and hunger.

Chill over the whole body, increased by drinking, thirst before or after, but not during the chill.

Internal violent chill, with icy-cold hands and feet, and congestion of blood to the head.

Chill and heat alternating in the afternoon.

Fugitive chills in the back, tendency to sweat on covering up.

In the evening in bed, he cannot get warm.

Wants to be near the stove, but it increases the chill.

Chill most afternoon or evening; less forenoon.

General heat, with distended veins.

Heat of face, with cold body.

Long-lasting heat, which frequently sets in late after chill.

During the heat thirstlessness or thirst for cold drink only; desire to uncover; aversion to food; or canine hunger; pains in the liver, chest, back, limbs.

Sweat debilitating, night or morning; profuse; partial, cold, or profuse, with thirst; greasy; on the side on which one lies.

During the sweat, increased thirst.

Revulsion of sweat, and therefrom want of sweat.

Heat of the face, with cold body.

Sweat profuse, morning and night.

Sweat partial, cold; or, profuse, with thirst; sweats easily, especially at night in sleep.

Fever, with dry mouth, burning lips; red, face, delirium; chill when uncovered pains in limbs.

Sweat on side lain on; sweat less after meals.

Suppressed sweat.

Hectic fever, frequent night-sweats, diarrhoea, pallor; skin dry, flaccid; sleepless; nervous; hunger; after exhausting disease, loss of fluids, etc.

Acute fevers, with profuse sweats.

Attacks

Worse every other day congestions; chills; neuralgia.

Autumn 26.

Worse during increase of moon.

Alternate weakness and feeling of great strength, especially in joints.

Pains in organs, alternate with wandering rheumatic pains.

Sides.

Right 28, 33. Left 22, 27, 28, 32. Left to right 8. Above downwards 23, 33. Below upwards 28, 33.

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