Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Dulcamara in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, Hahnemman, Chronische Krank.; 2, Ahner, ibid.; 3, Cubitz, ibid.; 4, Gross, ibid.; 5, Muller, ibid.; 6, Neuning, ibid.; 7, Hartlaub and Trinks, ibid.; 8, Rückert, ibid.; 9, Stapf, ibid.; 10, Wagner, ibid.; 11, Wahle, ibid.; 12, Althof, ibid., from Murray, Appar. Med., statement from observation; 13, Carrère. Traité des Propriétées, Usages, et Effets de la Douce-amère. Paris. 1787. Effects of Dulcamara when given for chronic rheumatism, suppressed secretions, and cutaneous diseases. 14, Gowan, Mem. de la Soc. de Montpell., not obtainable, ibid.; 15, De Haen, Rat. Med., iv, p. 228, Observation in Disease, ibid.; 16, Linné, Diss. de Dulcam., not accessible, ibid.; 17, Piquot, Samml. br. Abhandl., statement from observation, ibid.; 18, Starke, Translation of Carrère into German; Roth says that his symptoms are of the same kind, ibid.; 19, Tode ibid., not found; 20, Fritze, Annal. des Klin. Inst. in Berlin, statement from observation, ibid.; 21, Dr. Rockwith, proving with 5 drops of tinct. taken at 9 P.M., Am. J. Hom. M. M., N. S., 1, 289; 22, Knorre, symptoms from juice and first dil., A. H. Z., 6, 35; 23, Berridge. Mr. --- took one dose of 3m. (Jenichen), N. Y. J. of Hom., 2, 460; 24, Robinson, proving with tinct., and 24b, with the 1000th dil. of Jenichen, B. J. of Hom., 24, 513; 25, Prof. Hoppe, effects of 2 1/2 drs. of infusion of Herba Dulcamara daily for three days, on a woman suffering from uterine trouble and affections of both hip-joints, A. H. Z., M. B., 2, 14; 26, ibid., a boy, aged 20 suffering from "coxarthrocace," took a tea of Dulcamara; 27, Dr. J. S. Douglas, symptoms, Am. Hom. Obs., 1867, p. 32; 28, Dr. Bodenmuller, Frank's Mag., 2, p. 80, a boy ate a quantity of the berries; 29, Schlegel, Frank's Mag., 2, 720, a man took an infusion of the herb and also half an ounce of the extract; 30, Plaetschke, Caspar's Wochenschrift (Am. J. of M. Sc, 1851), a man took one forenoon, for a cough, three to four quarts of an infusion of a peck of the stalks; 31, Journ. de Chimaphila Umbellata Chim. Méd., 6, 143 (from Orfila, Toxicologie), poisoning of three children by the berries; 32, Heintz (from Orfila), poisoning of two children by the berries.
Authority.33, Dr. Benjamin Phillips, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1839-40 (1), p. 904, effects of daily doses of a pint and a half.
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