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Cimicifuga Racemosa - Nose symptoms - T.F. Allen

Actaea Racemosa, Actaea Racemosa Cimicifuga, Actea, Macrotys, Cimic (actea Racemosa), Macrotin, Cimicif, Cimifuga, Actea racemose, cimicifuga, Cimicifuga, actea racemosa, Cimic.

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HPUS indication of Cimicifuga Racemosa : Minor back pains
Common symptoms: Minor back pains, Dry cough, Headache.

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




Obstruction of left nostril, in evening,


Fine stitch to outside of right wing of nose,

Stinging sensation in the nose, in the evening (second day),



Sneezing at 4 P.M. (fourth day),

Sneezing several times (after half an hour),

Frequent sneezing and fluent coryza, during the day (second day),

After pain in the head, which continued ten days, coryza, sore throat, and extension to bronchial mucous membranes,

The pain in the head was followed by coryza, with sore throat and a gradual extension of the disease to the bronchial mucous membrane, dry, short, and hacking cough, night and day, continuing two weeks, which is uncommon, the prover not having had a catarrh or cold for several years,

Constant coryza during the day,

Smarting and burning coryza relieved,

Fluent coryza (third day),

Fluent coryza of whitish mucus, during the day,

Fluent coryza, aching, and soreness in the nose, during the day (second day),

Fluent coryza, more so than for many weeks, as if caused by cold, at 4 P.M. (fourth day),

Abundant watery coryza,

Copious coryza (fourth day), ; (fifth day),

Copious coryza during the forenoon (fifth day),

Profuse coryza in the forenoon; aching pain in the head; pain in both eyeballs many times through the day (third day),

Very profuse, greenish, and slightly sanguineous coryza,

Very profuse, greenish, and slightly sanguineous coryza, after rising (fourth day),

Inclination to sneeze, twice in the afternoon,

Frequent inclination to sneeze, in the afternoon,

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