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Datura Ferox


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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Datura Ferox in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.



Datura ferox, Linn.

Natural order, Ranunculaceae (Chinese Datura, probably the most poisonous species).

Preparation, Trituration of the seeds.

Authority.1, Waitz Prakt. Beob. üb. Java. Arzum., 1829, a girl ate half an unripe fruit (as large as an acorn) mixed with her food.

After a quarter of an hour she was completely out of her mind, was dizzy, sleepy; at last fell into a sleep, in which the eyes remained more or less open, and if disturbed she sprang up raving, and uttered unintelligible words; if one Sanguinaria Canadensis sang she began to dance in the Javanese fashion,

Pulse was slow and full,

Mouth very dry,

Buchner's Toxicologie, 1827, states that if the lips are held for a short time to a glass rubbed with a leaf, one is made to rave.

Gmelin, Reise, etc., state that beer poisoned with the seeds of this plant causes ravings.

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