Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Have you ever used Cina? Yes No
< < Cina- main page
Artemisia Vulgaris Artemisia maritima, var. Stechmanniana, Besser; (A Lecheana, Karel et Kiril; A. maritima, var. pauciflora, Weber).
Nat. order, Compositae; Common names, Flores Cinae (Semen Cinae), Wormseed, Wurmsamen.
Preparation, Tincture of the flower heads (commonly called seeds).
(Morning), Headache, etc.
weakness of eyes. after rising, agglutination of canthus.
hawking, etc. dryness of throat.
fasting, eructations. colic in ileum.
after rising, hollow cough.
gagging cough. after rising, mucus in larynx.
after rising, on stretching out arms, pain in forearm.
on rising, weakness, etc.
cold hands, etc..
Trembling of the body, with shivering sensation while yawning,
Paralytic jerkings in various parts of the body, especially in the limbs,
Paroxysms of spasmodic stretching out of the body at 4 P.M., followed by trembling of the whole body, with blue lips and weeping complaints about pains in the chest, throat, and all the limbs,
Before coughing, the child raises herself suddenly, looks wildly about, the whole body becomes stiff, she loses consciousness, just as if she would have an epileptic spasm; then follows the cough,
General convulsions (after ten minutes), lasting an hour.
they consisted of distortions of the limbs in all directions, except that the fingers and toes remained unaffected.
the head and trunk were drawn now backward, now forward, now to one side, while the arms and legs were thrown about.
then from time to time violent shocks through the whole body, with motion downward like stamping the feet, with jerking of the head upward and backward.
the shocks were felt by the hand to be especially violent in the lower portion of the chest and upper part of the abdomen.
the face, at first pale, became gradually livid, and at last quite blue.
the eyeballs were turned convulsively upward, so that only the whites were visible, then again they were directed staringly forward.
pupils moderately dilated and insensible.
at times the tongue was contracted to a cylinder, and spasmodically protruded between the lips, without any effort being made to vomit,.
Dull stitches, sometimes like a cramp, sometimes like a pressure, sometimes like a blow or jerk, sometimes like an itching, here and there in the body, now in the limbs, arms, feet, toes, now in the side or back, now in the nasal bones, but especially on the posterior portion of the crest of the ilium, on the hip.
the places are painful on pressure, as if sore or bruised,.
Slight twitchings of facial muscles. After midnight severe convulsions set in, more like tetanus.
throwing the head backwards, eyes rolling about, countenance distorted, body sometimes nearly curved, with legs turned back. At intervals grasping at everything.
gnawing of fingers. Burning pains apparently torment her, as she forces everything in her mouth. After four convulsions she died about 2 A.M. (second night),.