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Crocus Sativus - Mental (inc. personality) 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.




Childish foolishness; silly dementia,

Suddenly there arises before her fancy a concert which she attended a long time since, as vividly as if she were listening to it; she even imagines she can hear the different instruments; after a time this vivid recollection of the past disappears, and she is no more able to recall the music,

An unpleasant sensation, as if he were longing for something without knowing what, with a kind of apprehension, where with, however, he was very joyous,

Inclination to sing (after half an hour),

If any one happens to sing a single musical note, she begins involuntarily to sing, and then is obliged to laugh at herself; she, however, soon sings again in spite of her determination to stop,

Even when out of humor, quiet repetition of a lively melody,

Stinging in sleep,

Children begin to laugh immediately on smelling the bottle,

Almost constant unbecoming laughter,

Immoderate laughter, as if he would die,

Sardonic laughter, and attacks of morbid jollity,

It causes a lively mood in a most unnatural degree,

Lively and joyous mood, much more than natural,

Very lively mood, witty, jocose, excessively talkative,

Very gay and laughing mood in a dream,

Great joyousness even in those who are naturally melancholic and hypochondriac,

Excessive gayety, bordering upon delirium; paleness, headache, obscuration of vision,

Irresistible inclination to joke and laugh, with great prostration, and great dilatation of the pupils (after four hours and a half),

Melancholic, sad hypochondriac mood,

Deep melancholy,

During an interesting lecture he became suddenly and peculiarly sad, so that he was unable in spite of every exertion to fix his mind upon the subject (after ten hours),

Uneasy, anxious, sad mood,

The slightest thing puts her out of humor; she then does not know what she is doing; with anxiety and trembling of the whole body,

A slight cause which would usually have made her laugh, now causes a most violent ill-humor, almost rage, so that she frequently loses her consciousness; afterwards she is astonished at this outbreak (fourth day),

Indifference to everything,

Joy and sadness alternating; with paleness,

A joyous mood frequently alternates with a sad one,

He takes everything in anger and suddenly repents of having injured others,

Disagreeable mood; vehement, peevish, quarrelsome; an hour later talkative, lively, laughing, singing,

At times she is very peevish, and morose to others, and, next moment, wishes to embrace,


Disinclination to very work,

It suddenly seems, for a moment, as though her thoughts would vanish,

The least thing which affects her makes her very thoughtless,

On attempting to write down anything, he is unable to do so without loss of ideas,

Senses easily vanish, and it becomes black before the eyes,

Confusion of mind,

He makes mistakes about the time or about objects, although they are quite clear and distinctly visible (after eight hours),

Great forgetfulness; she asks about something, and next moment entirely forgets that she has done so,

Absence of mind and forgetfulness; he doses not recognize a person whom he frequently sees; on coming near she seems like one wholly unknown to him; he looks wonderingly at her, remembers having seen her, but cannot recall her name, and mistakes her for another; only recognizes her after a long time,

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