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Conium Maculatum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Hahnemann

Poison Hemlock, Conium, Coninum, Conium Mac Con.


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HPUS indication of Conium Maculatum: Lightheadedness
Conium Maculatum

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

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MIND

Mind

More inclined to be sad than cheerful.

She is easily affected by trifles and moved to tears.

Hypochondriac dejection and indifference when taking a walk.

Hysterical attack, with chill and a sort of spasmodic motions.

Hysterical anxiety.

Anxiety.

Anxiety in the region of the scrobiculus cordis.

Lost in deep meditation, the anxiously thought over the present and the future, and sought solitude.

Shyness at the approach of people, and yet also dread of being alone.

The propinquity and the talk of people passing by is very offensive to him, and he feels impelled to assault and maltreat them.

Superstitious thoughts.

Timid, lachrymose, despondent.

Fear of thieves.

He imagines that somebody has come in at the door by night.

Timidity.

Frequent thoughts of death.

Gloomy ill-humor (1st d.).

Very morose; every afternoon, from three to six o'clock, as it a great guilt weighed him down; at the same time a sensation of paralysis in all the limbs; indifferent and unsympathizing.

Extremely peevish and anxious thoughts after a meal, in the morning, with obtuseness in the forehead (aft. 29 h.).

Peevish mood, he does not know what to do with himself, the time passes too slow for him (aft. 8 h.).

Moroseness; all his surroundings made a disagreeable impression on him.

Great dissatisfaction.

Peevish and vexed about trifles.

Constant ill-humor and vexation.

He thinks of vexation and anger.

Readily moved to vexation and anger.

Indifference.

Lack of sympathy.

No agreeable affections in the mind.

Indisposed to work.

Cheerful mood and inclination to talk (curative effect.) .

Cheerful open mood (aft. 3, 4, d.), (curative effect).

Cheerful, well and strong, in the morning (alternative curative effect aft. 24 h.).

Lack of memory.

Loss of memory.

Unable to recollect, on awaking from noon siesta.

Extraordinary inability to recollect.

He cannot well express himself in talking, nor can the rightly remember.

He often utters the wrong words.

Dullness, difficult comprehension of what is read; obtuseness of the head.

Dullness, like stupefaction, it is hard for him to understand what he reads.

Dullness of the head, after drinking.

Obtuseness of all the senses.

Insensibility and laziness.

He walks about as if half asleep.

Full of phantasies, in the morning (aft. 24 h.).

Hastiness.

Confusion of thoughts.

Delirium.

Insanity, deliriums.

Obtuseness of the head (aft. 1 h.).

Obtuseness of the left half of the head, as from coldness, or as if the brain did not fill out the skull.

Constant obtuseness of the sinciput, in the forehead, in the region of the eyebrows and the root of the nose (the 1st days).

Obtuseness and heaviness of the head, after awaking from a sound sleep.

Obtuseness and heaviness of the head (aft. 5 d.).

Heaviness of the head.

The head is heavy.

Feeling of heaviness in the occiput, frequently passing away and recurring, comes from sitting bent double from time to time, and always goes off by raising the head.

Dizziness and whirling in the head, for two days.

Very dizzy while walking.

Intoxication.

The least spirituous liquor intoxicates him.

Even a mixture of water and wine affects his head.

Constant stupefaction of the head, with continual inclination to sleep.

Reeling.

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