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Coffea Cruda - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Nash

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HPUS indication of Coffea Cruda: Sleeplessness

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

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All senses more acute; reads fine print easier; smell, taste and touch acute; unusual activity of mind and body; full of ideas, quick to act, no sleep on this account etc.

Affections from sudden surprises, especially joyful surprises; very emotional.

Pains insupportable, drive to despair; exasperation, tears, tossing about in agony; great sleeplessness.

Headache, from over-mental exertion, thinking, talking; one-sided, as from a nail driven into the brain (Ignatia Ign., Nux Vomica Nux); as if the brain were torn or dashed to pieces; worse in open air.

Jerking toothache; relieved by holding ice water in the mouth; returns when water becomes warm.

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Coffea Tosta Coffea cruda, like Chamomilla Chamomilla, acts strongly upon the nervous system. Indeed in nervous troubles, where the patient has not been addicted to the coffee habit, it often takes precedence.

If on the other hand he is a coffee drinker, Chamomilla Chamomilla is the remedy. Doctor Teste, of Paris, used to say that coffee was responsible for a large proportion of the neuralgias of France. The Coffea Tosta Coffea patient is a subject of very great general exalted sensibility. See Hering's characteristic cards. "All the senses more acute, reads fine print easier, smell, taste and touch acute, particularly also in increased perception of slight passive motions." "Unusual activity of mind and body." "Full of ideas, quick to act, no sleep on this account." "Lively fancies, full of plans for the future." These symptoms portray, as plainly as words can, the nervous conditions calling for Coffea Cruda.

It makes one think of Chamomilla Chamomilla, but

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