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Graphites - Generalities symptoms - Hahnemann

Black Lead, Graphite, Graph.

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HPUS indication of Graphites: Cracks in skin

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

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On walking in the open air, the eyes began to run and they closed, as from drowsiness.

On walking in the open air, very weary.

While taking a walk, faint-like lassitude, as if coming from the abdomen.

Fatigued and feel sick; he has to groan, without knowing for what pain.

Lassitude of all the limbs (aft. 3 or 4 d.).

Weary lack of tone in the whole body, as if from a cold.

Great lassitude in all the limbs (aft. 24 h.).

Great lassitude, especially in the lower limbs, which he can hardly drag along, with continual weariness.

Stretching of the limbs, with lassitude.

Frequent yawning (aft. 1 h.)

Great weariness and sleepiness, in the forenoon and toward evening, with much yawning.

Incredibly tired and drowsy (aft. several h.).

Drowsiness by day and great weariness (aft. 11d.).

Great drowsiness during the day, so that she has to lie down.

Sleep and dreams

Falls asleep too early in the evening, with great weariness.

She cannot go to sleep before 2 A.M.

Restless nights, with heat in the whole body (the first w.).

Restless nights, with heat (aft. 12 d.).

She cannot go to sleep before 12 at night, for heat and anguish.

She could not sleep all night, owing to restlessness in her lower limbs, which she could not keep still.

Constant tossing about during the night, without weariness.

Restless nights, she always awakes about midnight, and cannot go to sleep again before 2 A.M.

Waking up too early.

Frequent awaking at night, as if in a slumber (aft. 15 d.).

Frequent awaking at night.

Waking up in the morning at 2 o'clock, for several nights, with great restlessness.

She awakes at 3 A.M. and cannot go to sleep for several hours, and wakes up at 7, dizzy and fatigued.

Frequent awaking, as if frightened.

Frequent starting up in sleep.

Sleep, troubled with dreams.

Nights constantly full of dreams.

Voluptuous dreams (aft. 3 d.).

Very vivid dreams.

Vivid dreams, long remembered.

Very vivid, anxious dreams.

Anxious dreams, so that on awaking she is quite beside herself.

Anxious dreams, from which she wakes up with anguish or fear.

Dreams about disagreeable things, which she heard of during the day, from which she awakes with anxiety.

Anxious dreams about drowsiness and unconsciousness; then very difficult awaking from a deep sleep, with stiffness in the muscles of the neck.

Anxious dreams, taking away her breath; she screamed and lay in a perspiration.

Anxious talking in sleep.

Anxious, fearful dreams.

Fearful dream of danger threatening from water.

Terrible dreams (aft. 5 d.).

Dreams about the dead (2d night).

Dreams about the dead (aft. 29 d.).

Dream about fire.

Vexatious dreams.

Vexatious, anxious dreams.

Vexatious dreams, with groaning and moaning in sleep.

Dreams, staining the head.

She dreams only what she had seen and thought about during the day.

Troublesome dreams.

Many dreams, with distorted images, with reference to everything that happened the last two days.

All kinds of images before the eyes as soon as she has closed them at night.

Fanciful ravings at night.

At night, continual anxiety, so that he could not stay in bed; he also talked in his sleep continually (aft. 12 h.).

In the night, after lying down, solicitous thoughts, which she cannot get rid of, and which become so tormenting and disquieting, that the blood came into ebullition and she could not sleep all night (5th d.).

He awakes at 2 A.M., restless in mind; he thought of everything that could distress him, and this disquieted him, so that he often did not know where to turn, for seven nights (aft. 12 h.).

She had to think at night about many things, so that she could not sleep all night.

A fixed idea did not allow him to go to sleep before midnight.

At night, restlessness, with anxious warmth and disquieting dreams.


Perspiration even at the slightest motion, in a woman who else was not given to perspiring (aft 4 d.).

Perspiration, coloring the linen yellow, even after a short walk, with fatigue.

Perspiration all over, from a serious conversation (aft. 7 d.).

Night-sweat, for several nights (cured by wine).

For several mornings, in bed, perspiration.

Very fetid transpiration of the body.

Sour smelling perspiration.


The troubles present disappear when walking in the open air.

When starting on his walk, the pains recur.

On taking a walk, pain in the left ankle-joint, as if strained, this goes off in the room.

While walking in the open air and afterwards, weariness, so that he is ready to sink down, with choking and nausea.

Dislike of the open air, in the morning.

Sensitiveness to every draught, with hoarseness, chilliness, dryness of the nose, and anxiety in the evening.

Tendency to take cold; he has to avoid draughts.

Tendency to take cold, and consequent headache (aft. 3 d.).

Strong pulsation of the blood in the whole body, but especially about the heart, increased at every motion.

Pulsation for several minutes, in the heart, the trunk and the head, without anxiety, in the morning in bed.

Tremulous sensation throughout the whole body.

Tremulous, in the morning.

Trembling and quivering about the head, neck and right arm.

Shocks, occasionally, throughout the whole body, as from fright, or from an electric shock, both in rest and in motion.

Twitching of the limbs in the evening, or at least tendency that way, almost every day.

Frequent starts in the hands and feet (aft. 30 d.).

Involuntary twisting outward of the limbs, late in the evening, but while still conscious.

Heaviness in all the limbs, with gloominess.

Great indolence in the whole body; it went off on taking a long walk.

Feels broken down, but the head feels light.

Sudden sinking of the strength.


Fits of fainting (aft. 8 d.).

Paralytic sensation in all the joints.

Very much inclined to extend and stretch the limbs, without being able to stretch sufficiently (aft. 2 d.).

Feels in the morning as if she had not slept enough, it is hard for her to get out of bed.


Very drowsy toward noon.

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