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Crocus Sativus - General symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Crocus Sativus: Fatigue

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



(Morning), After waking, headache.

pain in eyeball. feels worse.

coated tongue. after rising, taste in mouth.

after rising, on empty swallowing, feeling in throat.

fasting, eructations. griping above navel.

while lying in bed, rumbling in abdomen.

in bed, on motion, pains in small of back.

while lying in bed, twitchings on top of shoulder.

weakness, etc. after waking, heat in face..

Vacillating, peevish mood.

the slightest cause excites his anger, for which, next moment, he is sorry, which however, soon returns, because his calmness frets him and prevents his exposing his feelings.

usually he changes a hard word which he has on his tongue to a mild one, but the latter seems too mild, and he now chooses a more severe word, which he again changes to a still milder one, and so on in speech, though, and action.

after several days, in the evening,.

Great ill-humor. the behavior of relatives and friends excites her to anger, and she is at the point of permitting an outbreak of passion towards them, but at this moment she feels calm.

at the next moment this calmness seems a weakness.

she is vexed with herself, and her anger becomes greater than even.

this very unusual vacillation of mood lasts several hours (second day, towards evening),.

After lying down in bed, in the evening, he hears a sound in the left ear like a distant softly sounding ringing, so like a real sound that he can only persuade himself that it is an illusion by completely stopping the ear, when he hears it almost equally loud.

it continues until he falls asleep, and only disappears on forcibly fixing his thoughts away from it.

several evening,.

At night he was awakened by desire to urinate, and a bruised pain with sensation of numbness in the left humerus, upon which he was lying.

he found only the lower portion of the body from the middle downward covered with sweat.

on rising he was dizzy, staggered, and he had a sensation as though a cold wind were blowing upon the sweaty parts, together with a feeling in the feet as though a cold sweat were trickling down,.

After coming into a moderately warm room from having walked in a somewhat raw air, a sudden uneasy burning-crawling motion in the tips of the fingers, as if they were asleep, with a tensive sensation as if they were tightly bound up and the blood could not circulate freely.

he bends the fingers up into a fist, when only the burning-crawling sensation remains, which soon disappears (after twenty-three hours),.



Distended veins, with a sensation of heat, without much increase of temperature,

Anxious trembling through the whole body,

Every evening, spasms, with delirium, alternating with tender humor, wildness, and outbreaks of rage, with inclination to bite,

Lassitude, indolence, sleepiness,

Weakness in the whole body, hands, and feet,

Weakness, even to sinking down, with sensation as if sweat would break out over the whole body, and rapid pulse,

In the morning, excessive weakness, yawning, weariness; she felt better on going into the open air; worse in the room,

Extreme exhaustion, with sensation as though general sweat would break out; he was scarcely able to stand, constantly desired to sit and lie, and even then continued to feel the lassitude (after four hours),

Excessive prostration, with weakness and weariness in the evening, after a very simple and moderate meal, as if he had made the most difficult physical exertion, with great sleepiness and sleepy pressure upon the eyelids, with a feeling as if they were swollen; literary occupation removed this weakness,

Frequent attacks of faintness,

She lay as though in apoplexy (from smelling of it),


Sensation of weakness and great indolence in the whole body, even with a sensation of approaching faintness,

Uneasiness in the blood, with palpitation of the heart,