HippozaeniumGladerinne-mallein-farcine, Hippozaeninum Hippoz.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hippozaenium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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All glands swollen; painful; form abscesses.
Abscess; submaxillary gland (gland under jaw, by throat)
Bloated (see swelling, congestion)
Inflammation; parotid gland (gland in front and below ear lobe)
out-breaks on skin; pus-filled pimples; nose
flesh between nostrils
flesh between nostrils; with perforation
out-breaks on skin; red; erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour)
burning inflammation, beneath skin
out-breaks on skin; tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps); wings of nose
parotid gland (gland in front and below ear lobe)
submaxillary gland (gland under jaw, by throat)≡ show all authors ...
Catarrh, ozaena, ulceration
Discharge acrid, corroding, bloody, offensive
Tubercles on alae nasi
Papules and ulceration in frontal sinus and pharynx.
Decay (see discharge if applicable)
septum (flesh between nostrils)
Discharge from nose
albuminous (white, thick)
crusts, scabs, inside
wearing away skin
from ulcer or disease of nasal bones
thick and sticky, tough
Skin or lining of nose
powdery flaking skin nostrils (see discharges)
ulcers; septum (flesh between nostrils), round ulcers
painful to touch
root≡ show all authors ...
Growths, blisters, swellings; ulcers
Lining; false membrane
Thrush (whitish flakes)
Gums and teeth
Discoloration; gums; sooty
Growths, blisters, swellings; ulcers; gums
Discoloration; tongue; black
Growths, blisters, swellings; cyst under tongue, from obstructed salivary gland (ranula)
Decay; palate (roof of mouth)
Growths, blisters, swellings; ulcers; palate (roof of mouth); on soft palate (back of roof of mouth)≡ show all authors ...
Larynx (voice box); bruised feeling
Voice; hoarseness≡ show all authors ...
bronchial tubes (bronchitis)
out-breaks on skin
out-breaks on skin; nodules
Noisy breathing; short, irregular
Cough, with dyspepsia
Bronchitis in the aged, where suffocation from excessive secretion is imminent
from mucus in the wind pipe
aged people≡ show all authors ...
Bloody, spitting of blood (see chest haemorrhage)
Copious≡ show all authors ...
Articular non-fluctuating swellings
Nodules in arm
Pustules and abscesses
ulcers; discharges; corrosive
ulcers; with deep hole (fistula)
ulcers; painless, slow developing
Inflammation; skin erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour); gangrenous
Out-breaks on skin
small, solid, no pus
pus-filled pimples≡ show all authors ...
Abscess; in spleen
Swelling; groin region; glands
Kidneys; inflammation; generating pus≡ show all authors ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
Albuminous (white, thick)
abscess on penis
tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps); penis; head (glans)
Female; miscarriage≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Diseased hip-joint (see pain in hip)
Inflammation; upper limbs; skin erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour)
skin cracks at bends of joints
out-break on skin; upper limbs; nodules
out-break on skin; forearm; nodules on the flexors of forearm
suppurating (producing pus); knee
Swollen; lower limbs; fluid in tissues≡ show all authors ...
Blood vessels; septicaemia (blood poisoning - chills, fever, must lie down, inflammed lungs, liver, kidneys and other organs)
Emaciated (extremely thin)
Faintness, fainting≡ more ...