Guaiacum - RelationshipsGuajacum Officinale, Guaiacolum, Guaiac, Resin of Lignum Vitae, Guaiacum Guai.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Guaiacum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare Acid Phos Phos. ac. (growing pains); Act. r. (pleurodynia and tuberculosis); Bryonia Bry. (chronic rheumatism when the joints are distorted; agg. motion; pleurisy in second stage of phthisis); Colocynthis Coloc. (contractions after rheumatism); Causticum Caust. (Guaiac. is better than Causticum Caust., which it follows well, when either gout or rheumatism causes distortion of limbs agg. every attempt at motion; especially if there are gouty nodosities on joints); Araceae (late tuberculosis; pleuritic pains left apex); Kali Iodatum Kal. i., Mezereum Mezer., Phytolacca Decandra Phytol., Rhodo., Stillingia Sylvatica Stilling.
Phytolacca Decandra Phyt
Kali Bich Kali-bi
Acid Phos Phos-ac
Followed Sulphur sulphur well in cholera infantum.
Guaiacum; has proved useful after abuse of Merc Viv mercury in rheumatism, gout, contraction; antidoted Causticum Caustic., which had much increased the contraction of limbs in a rheumatic patient; also antidoted Rhus Tox Rhus tox.
Nux Vomica Nux vom., antidotes Guaiacum.
Antidoted by Nux Vomica Nux.
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Compare: Dirca Palustris - Leather wood - (a gastro-intestinal irritant inducing salivation, emesis and purgation; cerebral hyperaemia; neuralgic pains, with depression, palpitation, and dyspnoea); Merc Viv Merc.; Phytolacca Decandra Phyt.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Guaiacum Guaiac.; Syphilinum (Luesinum) Syph.