≡ ▼

Cotyledon Umbilicus - General symptoms

Cotyledon, Cot.

Available in 2X-30X, 12C-30C from $6.59
Purchase options

Have you ever used Cotyledon Umbilicus? Yes No

< < Cotyledon Umbilicus- main page

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



For upwards of a month after the proving there remained a very troublesome palpitation and fulness at the sternum, on walking up-hill.

no exertion seemed to induce it so much as this.

it gradually increased for the first fortnight, and afterwards declined in strength and frequency.

the sensation occurred at intervals of two or three minutes, and consisted of one or two jumps or rolls of the heart, with occasionally an intermission of the pulse at the wrist,.

Repeated attacks of a kind of palpitation similar to that felt after quick running, as if the heart beat heavily and with difficulty.

it is accompanied by dull pain, as from an obstruction, somewhere at about an inch to the left of the nipple.

this recurs at intervals, aggravated by stooping and taking a deep inspiration in the evening (twentieth day).

continue to recur during the proving,.

Slight tingling under the angle of the left scapula, amounting now and then to pricking (after five minutes).

this lasted only a few minutes, but when it passed off, I immediately felt a pain under the angle of the right scapula, as if produced by the pressure of a blunt point. This pain increased in intensity all day, and spread round to the front, being particularly severe under the left mamma. The pain there, and under the angle of the scapula, was a constant dull pressure, but on making any sudden movement with the arm, walking, or expiring strongly, it became shooting, and occupied the interior space, appearing to shoot sometimes from the back to the front, sometimes in the opposite direction. By evening the pain was so great as nearly to prevent my moving about (fourth day).

continuing the next day. Had to stay in bed till noon,.



Incapacity for any exertion (third day),

Very weak, particularly in the lower extremities (fifth day),

Very weak and faint (fifth day),

Occasionally during the day had attacks of faintness, with green shadows before the eye (second day),


Feels extraordinarily well (fifth day),

Weariness (third day),

She feels languid and nervous (seventh day),

Pain in the body after eating (twelfth day),

She declares the symptoms to be similar though different to the beginning of a rheumatic fever, or severe cold (seventh day),

Pains sore and aching, increased on taking a deep inspiration in the same localities as before, but not nearly as severe as on the third day (fifth day),

Pains, aching soreness, chiefly in the bowels and across the loins, and hanging about the chest and scapulae (fifth day),

Creeping in the flesh, and feeling as before severe cold or rheumatic attack (fourth day),

Cotyledon umbilicus. Umbilicus pendulinus. Pennywort. Navelwort. Kidneywort. Le Nombril de Venus. N. O. Crassulaceae (Houseleek-family). Tincture of the plant.

were absent. The senses of sight and hearing are dulled. A yellow patch follows the sight. Disagreeable surging in ears.


Heart affections. Hysteria. Sinuses. Spleen, affections of. Rheumatism.


Cotyledon has had a considerable proving, but I am not aware of any clinical experience with it having been recorded. The whole houseleek family are deserving of careful study by homoeopathists. Among the most peculiar symptoms of Cotyl. are a feeling as if some part of the body

a foot or the head