Eryngium Maritimum - General symptoms - T.F. AllenEryng, Eryg-m.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Eryngium Maritimum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Eryngium maritimum, Linn.
Natural order, Umbelliferae. Common name, Sea Holly; (Germ.), Meerstrands-maennertreue.
Preparation, Tincture of whole plant, including roots.
Authority. Proving, by E. B. Ivatts (Dublin, Ireland), with 1st dec. dilution, 10 drops once or twice daily, for eleven days; then with the 1/5 dilution, 10 drops once daily, for two days; Am. Hom. Observer, 1873, p. 564.
Circulation deadened, or as if it were stagnated; still great determination of blood to the surface of the body (thirteenth day).
Lassitude towards evening, but in less degree (fourteenth day).
Walked after breakfast two miles; rested at a friend's house three hours; experienced general weakness, debility, and lassitude (thirteenth day).
On sofa all afternoon and evening (thirteenth day).
Took a cab home about 2 P.M.; its shaking did not increase or diminish symptoms (thirteenth day).