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Digitalis Purpurea - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Digitalis Purpurea: Anxiety
Digitalis Purpurea

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


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MIND

Mind

Strange hallucinations (after two hours); repeated (second day),

Agitated,

Great agitation (after eleven hours),

Irritable and excitable about trifles (nineteenth day),

Irritable mood and ill-humor, which I have noticed during the last few days, are decidedly increased to-day (ninth day),

Very irritable and sensitive during the past few days, easily vexed by trifles (ninth day),

Intellectual.

With the languor and prostration, the mental faculties seemed enfeebled, as, while reading for an examination, the eye glanced over the words, but the mind refused to receive or retain their import (12 mill.), (after ninth day),

Emotional.

Secretive insanity, with obstinacy; he tries to escape,

Delirium (third day),

Slight delirium at night, with some agitation (third day); rather violent delirium in the night (fourth day); so delirious during night that it was necessary to use restraint (fifth day),

Irrational talking, with uneasiness, at night,

I was in a state bordering on drunkenness (second day),

Intoxicated feeling,

Excessively intoxicated,

Many lively fancies,

Great desire to be alone,

Disinclination to talk,

Continual sighs and groaning (fifth day),

Gayety bordering on intoxication, with debility,

Peaceful, quiet mood (curative action),

Great depression,

Dejection,

Dejection of mind and apprehensiveness,

Sadness, with feeling as though he were very sick; all objects appear to him as to one sick with a fever,

Great sadness and dejection throughout the whole proving,

Weeping sadness about many things which have disappointed him,

Gloominess and ill-humor,

Anxiety, as though he had done wrong,

Anxiety, with great dread of the future, worse about 6 P.M., with sadness and weeping, which bring relief,

Great anxiety,

Internal anxiety, like pangs of conscience, as though he had committed a crime, or expected to be reproved, continuing nearly three months,

Fear of death,

Apprehensiveness, as if rising from the upper abdomen,

Apprehensiveness, with much sighing, throughout the whole proving,

Fearful apprehensiveness of a sad character, with great depression, extremely aggravated by music,

Very irritable and out of humor (seventh day),

Great irritability; everything, especially sad things, affect him very much, and the merest trifle can make him hopelessly despondent; lasting more than three months,

Gloomy, morose mood; he gets angry at everything,

Much agitated; continually complaining (fourth day),

Indifference,

Indifference mood in general, as if he had not slept as much as usual, yet without sleepiness,

Very indifferent to everything, for several days,

Increased energy of the intellectual faculties; the imagination in particular was unusually active (first day),

Great desire to work (after one hour and a half),

Inclination or mental labor and all kinds of business (curative action),

Mind incapable of study (ninth day),

Intellectual faculties obscured and dull (seventeenth day),

Intellectual faculties greatly weakened (after seven days),

Intellectual faculties seemed to be affected, as if I had taken more wine than usual (fifteenth day),

Intellectual faculties were in a state bordering on delirium (third day),

Impaired thought (fourth day),

Thinking is difficult, and he forgets everything, immediately, with internal and external heat of the head,

Dulness of mind, with indifference, especially at evening,

Confusion of ideas for six days,

Was unable to connect my ideas (sixteenth day),

Weakness of memory,

Patient stupefied (seventh day),

Intellectual faculties were in a state approaching stupor and delirium (fourth day),

Stupor, and decided comatose condition; answered questions vaguely (after four days),

Lost his consciousness, and at last fell down in a state of syncope (second morning),

Intellect destroyed,

Coma (fifth day),

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