Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: Santoninum Santonin - (often preferable in worm affections; same symptoms as Cina; corresponding to the “pain in shocks” produced by Cina. Visual illusions, YELLOW sight; violent light not recognized, colors not distinguishable. Urine deep Crocus Sativus Saffron color. Spasms and twitchings, chronic gastric and intestinal troubles sometimes removed by a single dose (physiological) of Santonin ( Dahlke.) Helminthochortos - Worm-moss (acts very powerfully on intestinal worms, especially the lumbricoid.) Teucrium Marum Verum Teucrium; Ignatia Ignat.; Chamomilla Cham.; Spigelia Anthelmia Spig.
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Cina. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Spigelia Anthelmia > compare
Compare: Spigelia Marylandica (maniacal excitement, paroxysmal laughing and crying, loud, disconnected talking, vertigo, dilated pupils, congestions); Aconite Acon.; Cactus Grandiflorus Cact.; Cimicifuga Racemosa Cimicif.; Arnica Arnica (Spigelia Anthelmia is a chronic Arnica); Cannab ( Supraorbital pain); Naja Tripudia Naja; Spongia Tosta Spong ( Heart); Sabadilla Sabad.; Teucrium Marum Verum Teucr.; Cina Cina (worm symptoms).
Teucrium Marum Verum > compare
Compare: Teucrium Scorodonia Teucrium Scorodonia - Wood-Salvia Officinalis Sage (in tuberculosis with muco-purulent expectoration; dropsy; orchitis and Tuberculous epididymitis; especially in young, thin individuals with tuberculosis of lungs, glands; bones and uro-genitals, 3X). Cina Cina; Ignatia Ignat.; Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang.; Silicea Sil.
Viola Odorata > compare
Compare: Ulmus (formication in feet, numb, creeping pain in legs and feet; rheumatic pains above wrists; numbness, tingling, and full soreness where gastrocnemius gives off its tendon); Chenopodium (ears; serous or bloody effusion in the labyrinth; chronic otitis media; progressive deafness to the voice, but sensitive to sounds of passing vehicles and other sounds; buzzing; absent or deficient bone conduction; a consciousness of the ear; hearing better for shrill, high-pitched sounds than for low ones); Aurum Metallicum Aur; Pulsatilla Puls; Sepia Sep; Ignatia Ign; Cina Cina; Cauloph (in rheumatism of small joints).