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Dulcamara - General symptoms - Hahnemann

Bitter-sweet, Dulcam, Dulc.


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HPUS indication of Dulcamara: Colds

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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GENERAL

General

SOLANUM DULCAMARA. (BITTERSWEET.)

Dulcamara medicine has a long duration of action, and its excessive action is moderated by Camphora camphor.

It is said to have shown itself useful thus far in diseases in which the following were some of the ailments Boring and burning in the forehead.

sensation as if there was a board before the forehead.

scrofulous inflammation of the eyes.

incipient amaurosis. crusta lactea.

cough with hoarseness.

catarrh of the bladder, with urinary troubles.

a sort of whooping cough, after taking a cold.

tearing pains in the limbs after a cold.

humid, suppurating herpes.

herpetic eruption, with glandular swellings, etc.

It will be found specific in some epidemic fevers, also in various acute diseases brought on by cold.

Save for eight additional symptoms this pathogenesis is identical with that given in Vol. I of the (3d ed., 1830).

and the latter, save for the fifty-two symptoms by which it exceeds the symptom-list of 1822, and which are mainly Nenning's (obtained as already described under Agaricus Muscarius Agaricus), belongs to Hahnemann's earlier manner of working. .

DULCAMARA.

Dulcamara is Carrere's German translator. His work is not accessible, but Roth says that his symptoms are of the same kind as Carrere's own (see below).

Delirious talk.)

Not found.

Statement from observation.

Statement from observation.

No reference given for Trode and he cannot be traced.

With S. 30.

Not found.

See not to S. 361.

Not accessible.

Not accessible. According to Murray this is only a citation of Gouan (S. 106) not an independent observation.

Not found.

During treatment of scrofula with D., there supervened S. 395 going on to 393, and followed by swelling of the inguinal glands, and also those of the neck and axillae. The continued use of D. removed them all.

194, 195, 196 critical.

Critical.

Critical. For "viscid" the original "limpid."

Critical.

Critical.

Critical.

Critical. -See note to S. 361.

Critical.

Curative effect.

220 and 221 ascribed to abundant evacuations.

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Dull violent pain in the whole of the right arm, as from an apoplectic stroke, it feels heavy like lead, immovable, the muscles are tense and the whole arm cold as if paralyzed.

on endeavoring to bent it, and also on touching it, pain in the elbow-joint as if it were bruised.

the icy coldness of the arm returned the following morning after twenty-four hours (aft. ½ h.).;.

Critical.

Drawing shooting in the left hip-joint, extending to the groin, only when walking.

at every step, a sensation as if the head of the hip-bone would be dislocated.

stretching it out forcibly diminished the pain and causes a sensation as if the femur was thereby restored to its place.

but a bruised pain remained for some time, which made him limp (for 14 days).;.

Not found.

Statement from observation.

Not found.

See note to S. 361.

On parts affected by .

Critical. See note to 361.

On seat of vanished .

A youth hereditarily dartrous, and in bad health, after taking D. had S. 349, 211, and 105, with hard and tense pulse. Then came S. 356, with relief to all symptoms. D. was continued and the got well.

Not found.

After much sweating.

See note to S. 182.

See note to S. 182.

Not found.

Not found.

Critical.

Not found.

Critical; in rheumatism.

Not found.

Not found.