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Gelsemium Sempervirens - Generalities symptoms - Hering

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HPUS indication of Gelsemium Sempervirens: Lethargy

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


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GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Puerperal spasms, preceded by great lassitude, dull feeling in the forehead and vertex fulness in the region of the medulla; head feels "big"; heavy with half stupid look; face deep red, speech thick; pulse slow, full; from protracted labor; rigid as uteri; albuminuria.

Chilliness, languid aching in back and limbs; sense of fatigue, desires to avoid all muscular exertion; every afternoon, 4 to 5 P.M.

Sleep

Yawning, chilly.

Sleeplessness; a wide-awake feeling.

Sleepless from violent itching of face, head and shoulders; sleepless during dentition; face red; also from exhaustion.

As soon as he falls asleep, delirious.

Awakened by headache or colic.

Drowsy, dim sight; a kind of drunken stupor.

Stupor in beginning of fevers; especially with children.

Languid, drowsy, but cannot compose the mind for sleep.

Wakeful or lies in a half awake state, with incoherent talk.

Convulsions

Convulsions from reflex irritation; spasms of one leg.

Eruptive fevers especially children, tendency to convulsions at the time of the eruption.

Nausea and vomiting

Eructations sour.

Nausea, giddiness, headache.

Eating and drinking

Wine aggravates, especially the headache and eye symptoms.

Thirst absent or slight.

Tissues

Congestions, arterial or venous, with sluggish circulation.

Hemorrhages, blood in drops, crimson.

Affects more the nerves of motion; causes muscular prostration through the nerves.

Catarrhs of mucous membranes; watery mucus, never purulent discharges.

Contact, Injuries, etc.

Pressure 17. Riding 17.

Nerves

Excessive irritability of mind and body; vascular excitement.

Tetanic spasms; jaws locked.

Jactitation of the muscles.

Paralysis of motion; muscles will not obey the will, feel bruised.

Tingling, prickling, crawling.

Neuralgia.

Acute, sudden, darting pains; shooting, tearing along the tracks of the nerves; especially if aggravated by changes in the weather.

Temperature and weather

Worse in damp weather, before a thunder-storm; southeast wind 19. Heat of sun or summer 2. Open air 39. Changes of weather 36.

Chill, Fever and Sweat.

Chills begin in the hands; chills running up the back; hands and feet cold.

Feet cold, with heat of the head and face; headache.

Slight occasional moisture; sweat coming gradually and moderately, always relieving the pains.

Sweats freely from slight exertion.

Low fevers when pulse is slow and by lifting or turning the patient, it becomes accelerated.

Intense fever-heat, erethism, but less restlessness than Aconite Acon.; less violence and suddenness of aggravation than Belladonna Bellad.; languid; asthenic fever; stupor.

Attacks

Fevers remit or intermit.

Periodical attacks.

Every day at the same hour.

Sides.

Right 7, 13, 19, 28, 31. Left 7. Right to Left 13. Below upwards 7, 10, 40. Before backwards 24.

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