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Helonias Dioica - General symptoms - Nash

Unicorn-root, Helonias, Helon.

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HPUS indication of Helonias Dioica: Weakness
Common symptoms: Weakness, Drowsiness, Meloncholy.

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

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Anaemic women, with prolapsus; worn out with hard work, mental or physical.

Heaviness in pelvic region, languor, pain or burning in back, with continual consciousness of a womb, sore and tender.

Better when mind is off herself.

I have found Helonias Dioica of use in a generally debilitated condition of women, with many and various complaints or symptoms in the region of the uterus, for instance Prolapsus from atony, enervated by indolence and luxury.

worn out with hard work, mental or physical; muscles burn and ache.

There is almost always associated with it a more or less anaemic condition. This. anaemia may seem to be consequent upon too profuse menstruation or flooding, or it may exist entirely independent of any such cause. In these cases I have often found albumen present in the urine, sometimes in large quantities especially in pregnant women, and seen rapid improvement and disappearance of the albumen under the action of Helonias Dioica.

The fact that these anaemic and debilitated states are found, both under profuse and scanty discharges of the uterine organs, seems to indicate that the local symptoms are secondary, or a consequence of general debility and impoverished blood. Again, the fact that Helonias cures both conditions equally well seems to corroborate it.

What are the symptoms? The leading symptoms are anaemia, great general weakness and languor, and great lowness of spirits or profound melancholy. This condition of mind is temporarily relieved by diversion. She is always better if she can get her mind off herself; dragging weakness in sacral region.