Collinsonia CanadensisStone-root, Collinsonia
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Collinsonia Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Pelvic and portal congestion, resulting hemorrhoids and constipation, especially in females. Depressed arterial tension, general atony of muscular fiber. Chronic nasal, gastric, and pharyngeal catarrh, due to portal obstruction. Dropsy from cardiac disease. Pruritus in pregnancy, with piles. Constipation of children from intestinal atony. Said to be of special value when given before operations, for rectal diseases. Sense of weight and constriction. Venous engorgement.≡ show all authors ...
▲ MODALITIES ETC
WORSE, from the slightest mental emotion or excitement; cold.
BETTER, heat.≡ show all authors ...
Antidote: Nux Vomica Nux.⥄ Show reverse lookup of Collinsonia Canadensis relationships from all sources
Delirium; nonsense, with eyes open
ailments from emotional excitement
Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition; indecisive
Restlessness, nervousness≡ show all authors ...
Expanded sensation (see swollen)
enlarged sensation; pulling on boots
Sensation of numbness; forehead
Swollen, and feeling swollen
Dull frontal headache; from suppressed hemorrhoids
with stomach complaints
forehead≡ show all authors ...
Irritation; in air passages
hoarseness; overuse of the voice
weak≡ show all authors ...
Heart; Palpitation; rapid but weak
Dropsy After heart symptoms relieved, piles or menses return
Chest-pains alternate with hemorrhoids
Oppression, faintness, and dyspnoea ( Aconite Acon)
haemorrhage (see expectoration)
haemorrhage (see expectoration); coagulated
heart; on movement
Pain; pressing; heart
Skin; out-breaks on skin; breast; inflammation from infection, deep red colour on breast
Cough from excessive use of voice; “minister’s sore throat;” sharp pain in larynx
Harassing, dry cough.
Difficult (dyspnea)≡ show all authors ...
Sensations in throat and air passages (either from coughing, or causing coughing); from irritation in air passages
night≡ show all authors ...
Bloody, spitting of blood (see chest haemorrhage)
Mucous; bloody≡ show all authors ...
lower part of abdomen
pressing; before stool
pressing; lower part of abdomen
cutting; lower part of abdomen
catarrh mucous-pus (see urine, sediment containing pus)
catarrh mucous-pus (see urine, sediment containing pus); with haemorrhoids
Pain; with vomiting, blood and mucus in stool (intussusception); pain in region of liver≡ show all authors ...
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Sensation of sharp sticks in rectum
sense of constriction
Vascular engorgement of rectum
Most obstinate constipation, with protruding hemorrhoids
Aching in anus and hypogastrium
Constipation during pregnancy; with membranous dysmenorrhoea, following labor ( Nux Vomica Nux.) Painful bleeding piles
Dysentery, with tenesmus
Alternate constipation and diarrhoea, and great flatulence
alternating with diarrhoea
inactivity of rectum
Dragging, heaviness, weight
Flatulence; during stool
Haemorrhage from anus
alternating with palpitation
like a splinter
urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing; during stool
Paralysis (see inactivity)
Swelling of anus
Urging, desire to stool (see pain; urge to stool, or urinate, but producing nothing); during stool
like sheep dung
Knotty, nodular, lumpy
Yellow≡ show all authors ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
Dysmenorrhoea; Pruritus of vulva; prolapse of womb; swelling and dark redness of genitals; pain on sitting down
irritation; itching; from vaginal discharge
Membranous dysmenorrhoea, with constipation
Sensation of swelling of labia and of clitoris.
Male; ulcers; from chicken pox
pain; cutting; ovaries
pain; piercing, stabbing; ovaries
Cold feeling in thighs after menstruation
period; amenorrhoea (suppression or absence of period)
period; painful; and difficult (dysmenorrhea)
period; bleeding from another orifice instead of period
pain; piercing, stabbing; ovaries; during period≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Pain; tearing; hand
Swollen; fluid in tissues≡ show all authors ...
Sleep and dreams
in women; during period
Fluid build up; external
sensation of splinters
sudden, sharp; internally
Pulse; frequent, accelerated, elevated, exalted, fast, innumerable, rapid
Swelling; of affected parts
Weakness (see lethargic, weariness); walking; in open air≡ more ...