Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ephedra Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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E. vulgaris. N. O. Gnetaceae. Tincture of branches and flowers.
Ephedra has been proved in Russia by Dr. B. H. Mouravow (Universal Homoeopathic Annual, p. 56). It produced symptoms when twenty drops of a strong alcoholic extract were taken five times a day.
fifteen drops four times a day having been taken without apparent effect. Extreme apathy was produced, stiff-neck, and backward pulling of whole body on turning the head. There was also starting of the eyes from the orbits as if pushed out. This suggested exophthalmic goître to Mouravow, who considered that the drug acted on the ganglions of the sympathetic nerve, and caused congestion of the spinal cord.
Exophthalmic goître. Headache.