Colocynthis - RelationshipsBitter Cucumber, Colocy, Colocynth Coloc.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Colocynthis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: Lobelia Erinus Lobelia Erinus (violent cork-screw-like pains in abdomen). Dipodium punctatum (writhing. Twisting like a dying snake. Intractable insomnia.) Dioscorea Villosa Dioscor.; Chamomilla Chamom.; Cocculus Indicus Coccul.; Merc Viv Merc; Plum.; Magnesia Phosphorica Mag. Phos.
Compare Bryonia Bry. (nearest analogue), Elater., Cucurbita Pepo Semen Cucurbita pepo. Diosc. (griping, tearing, cutting, spasmodic pains in body, but amel. stretching body and motion); Digitalis Purpurea Dig. (paraphimosis); Causticum Caust. (Joint rheumatism; follows Coloc. in colic); eyes feel hard, Can. Indium Metallicum ind.; Cantharis Canth., Chamomilla Cham., Chelidonium Majus Chel.; Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. (beer intoxicates easily); Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Gamb., Lycopodium Lyc., Merc Viv Merc.; Nux Vomica Nux; Plumbum Metallicum Plumb. (inclination to assume strange attitudes in bed). Staphysagria Staph. (anger with vexation, abdominal pains, neuralgia)
Compare also Guaiacum Guaiac.; Crot. tig. Causation.
Complementary Causticum Caus
Complementary Merc Viv Merc. (dysentery) with much tenesmus).
Staphysagria Staphis. is very similar with regard to mind symptoms and pains in abdomen.
Smoking relieves pain in bowels.
In aggravations of colic, give a cup of coffee to palliate, and repeat Coloc. if necessary.
Coloc. antidotes Causticum Caustic.
Anger. Indignation. Chagrin. Grief. Catching cold.
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Compare: Sulphur Sulph.; Capsicum Annuum Capsic.; Colocynthis Colocy.; Sinapis Alba Sinapis Alba - Sinapis Alba White Mustard - (throat symptoms marked; especially Pressure and burning, with obstruction in esophagus; sensation of a lump in oesophagus behind the Manubrium Sterni and with much eructation; similar symptoms in rectum). Mustard oil by inhalation (acts on the sensory nerve endings of the trigeminal. Relieves pain in middle ear disease and in painful conditions of nose, nasal cavities, and tonsils.)