Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cicuta Virosa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Cow-bane. Water Hemlock. N. O. Umbelliferae. Tincture of fresh root gathered at time of flowering.
moans and howls. great agitation.
makes gesticulations. odd motions.
strange desires, as to eat coal. "Head turned or twisted to one side" is no less indicative of the drug in convulsions of children or adults. (See cases referred to below.) It corresponds to falls and the effects of concussions. Utter prostration follows the convulsive attacks.
sudden rigidity, then jerks and violent distortions.
then prostration. "jerking of the left arm all day" is a very characteristic symptom. Tremor when touched. Trembling palpitation. Convergent strabismus.
from fall or blow. Soporous sleep, weeps on being roused, distorts facial muscles and stares vacantly. Pupils dilated. Shocks from head down body. Face bluish. Froths at mouth. Jaws locked. Bites tongue. Hiccough. Hungry immediately after a meal. Tearing, jerking in coccyx. Cicuta has a marked action on the skin eruption of pustules which run together with yellowish honey-coloured scabs, especially about mouth, and matting the whiskers. Nash cured eczema capitis in a young woman with Cic. v.
male. married. a user of alcohol and tobacco.
bookkeeper. After the intense summer heat, these symptoms developed Convulsion.
from turning the head.
from slightest touch (renews the spasms).
from cold. amel. From warmth. Immediately after eating bellyache and sleepiness. Immediately after commencing to eat feels satisfied. Soon after a meal-great hunger.