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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cicuta Virosa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Cicuta virosa, Linn. ("Cicuta aquatica" is Phellandrium Phellandrium aquaticum). Nat. order, Umbelliferae. Common names, Water Hemlock, Cowbane; (G.) Wasserschierling, Wütherich; (Fr.) La cigue vireuse.
Preparation, Tincture of the fresh root, collected when the plant begins to flower (Hahnemann).
If she is allowed to sit quietly a long time her head gradually sinks down, while her eyes remain staring at the same point, so that when the head has sunk low down the pupils lie almost under the upper lid.
when she has ceased with a kind of internal jerk, whereby she suddenly returns to consciousness for a short time, she again falls into a similar insensible condition, wherefrom she is aroused from time to time by an internal shivering, which seems to her like a chill,.
Staring (after quarter of an hour).
she stares with unaltered look at one and the same place, and cannot help it, although she wishes to do so very much, wherewith she has not entire control of her senses, and must be very much excited to answer correctly.
she makes a visible effort by turning the head to abandon objects with her eyes, but by so doing she loses her consciousness, and everything becomes black before her eyes,.