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Conium Maculatum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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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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A great feeling of calm and tranquillity, and some slowness of the mental processes (after one hour and ten minutes),

I was fast losing all interest in the game, and doubted whether I could go on with it; but I managed to do so by dint of great effort (after forty-five minutes),


Loss of consciousness, like a faintness,

Liveliest excitement (after twelve hours),


Delirium, etc.

Violent delirium, interrupted by crying out from pain (always with the sounds ah! oh!),

Constant delirium,

Delirious and stupid; they threw themselves into the water, thinking they were geese; for three years they remained partly paralytic, suffering from much pain,

They ran wildly delirious about the whole house, knocking so hard against the walls that they were full of bruises,

Partly foolish and partly delirious, for some months,

Full of fantasies, in the morning (after twenty-four hours),

Intermittent delirium,

The husband, who had been somewhat addicted to liquor, saw all sorts of animals dancing upon the bed, and "picked straws" a little,

Visions of her brother and child, who had died; at the same time, she saw distinctly persons in the room; she was quite aware that this was an illusion, and tried to get it out of her mind, but she could not prevent herself seeing them together, as if they were coming in at the door,

Fancied that some one was coming in at the door, at night,

Constant mirth,

Tendency to laugh, as if coming from the right hypochondrium and stomach, during an exhausted condition,

Tendency to laugh, with loss of vital energy,

Violent weeping, with tears, at night, in sleep,

When alone in the house she was seized by an inclination to weep; on giving way to it, it changed to a loud hiccough, followed by flickering before the eyes and indistinct vision, so that she was obliged to steady herself in walking, followed by exhaustion of all the limbs, and dull headache,

She is easily disturbed by trifles, and made to cry,

Lively, well, and strong, in the morning (alternating curative action), (after twenty-four hours),

Lively free mood (curative action), (third and fourth days),

Lively mood, with inclination to talk (curative action),

Sad mood (after one day),

More sad than lively,

Hypochondriac depression and indifference, while walking in the open air,

Frequent thoughts of death,


Awakened at night by anxiety, so that she lies long awake,

Extreme anxiety constantly impelled them from place to place,

Anxious sensation, with beating of the heart, and profuse nosebleed,

Inclined to be frightened,

Fearful thought, after waking at night,

Very apprehensive thoughts, almost amounting to deathly anxiety, after midnight, while half awake,

Fearful lachrymation, faint-hearted,

Sunk in deep thought; he apprehensively considered the present and future, and sought to be alone,

Dread of men, of their approach, yet with dread of being alone,

Fear of thieves,

Superstitious thoughts,

Constant ill-humor and fretfulness,

Very ill-humored, every afternoon, from 5 to 6, as though a great guilt weighed upon him, with paralyzed feeling in all the limbs, indifference, and taking no interest in anything,

Fretful and peevish about trifles,

Extremely fretful and anxious thoughts about dying, in the morning, with confusion of the head (after twenty-nine hours),

Fretful mood; he does not know how he shall busy himself; the time passes too slowly (after eight hours),

Fretful things absorb his attention,

She feels peevish, vexed, and easily put out about trifles,

Very easily aroused to anger,

Morose mood; everything about him makes an unpleasant impression upon him,

He is averse to being near people, and to the talk of those passing him; is inclined to seize hold of and abuse them,

Great discontent,

Indifference to agreeable sensations,

Insensibility, with indolence,

Extremely insensible,

Disinclination for business,

Inability to sustain any mental effort,

Dulness, like stupefaction; difficulty in understanding what he is reading,

Dulness; difficulty in understanding what he is reading, with confusion of the head,

Frequently makes mistakes in speaking,

Unable to express himself properly while talking, or to think correctly,

Memory weak,

Want of memory,

Loss of memory (in seventy-four cases),

Senseless, after waking from the midnight sleep,

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