Hydrastis Canadensis - RelationshipsGolden Seal, Hydras, Hydrast, Hydrastis Hydr.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hydrastis Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Eucalyptus Globulus > compare
Compare: Oil of Eucalyptus Globulus ( Produces remarkable bodily exhaustion, no desire for any motion, unable to do any real mental work, study, etc. The volatile oil possesses, in common with other, the property of converting water, in presence of air and sunlight, into hydrogen peroxide, or to convert oxygen into Ozone, which is the explanation usually given of its deodorizing and antiseptic properties ( Merrel.) (Locally, in catarrhal affections, especially when of a suppurating or putrid nature.) Eucalyptus tereticortis (menstrual cough and Prostration). Eucalyptol (depresses temperature of healthy body more than Quinine; acts on kidneys like Terebinthina Terebinth.); Anacardium Occidentale Anacard.; Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast.; Kali Sulphuricum Kali-sulph. Eucalyptus neutralizes ill effects of Strychnin. Angophora-Red Gum (dysentery, pains, tenesmus; better lying flat on face; obstinate constipation). Eucalyptus rostrata; Kino.
Gentiana Lutea > compare
Compare: Gentiana Lutea Quinque flora (intermittent fever; dyspepsia, cholera infantum, weakness); Gentiana Cruciata Gentiana Cruciata (throat symptoms in addition to similar stomach symptoms; dysphagia; vertigo with headache; pressing inward sensation in eyes; constricted throat and head and abdomen. Distention, fullness and tightness in abdomen. Creeping over body as from fleas. Hydrastis Canadensis Hydras.; Nux Vomica Nux.)
Hydrocotyle Asiatica > compare
Compare: Elaesis - Elaeis Guineensis South American Palm - (scleroderma, elephantiasis, leprosy, skin thickened, itching and hardened. Anaesthesia). Hura Braziliensis Hura; Trychnos gaultheriana (bites of serpents, ulcers and cutaneous affections generally); Hoang-nan Hoang-na. Chaulmoogra oil from seeds of Taraktogenos; Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast.; Arsenicum Album Arsenic; Aurum; Sepia Sepia.
Lycopodium > compare
Compare: Carbo-nitrogenoid Constitution: Sulphur; Rhus Tox Rhus; Urtica; Merc Viv Mercur.; Hep Sulph Calc Hepar. Alumina Alumina ( Lycopodium Lycop. is the only vegetable that takes up aluminum. T. F. Allen.) Ant. c.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Bryonia Bry.; Nux Vomica Nux; Bothrops Lanceolatus Bothrops (Day-blindness; can scarcely see after sunrise; pain in right great toe). Plumbago Littoralis - A Brazilian plant - (Costive with red urine, pain in kidneys and joints and body generally; milky saliva, ulcerated mouth). Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast. follows Lycopodium Clavatum. in indigestion.
Tuberculinum > compare
Compare: KOCH’S lymph (acute and chronic parenchymatous nephritis; produces pneumonia, bronchopneumonia, and congestion of the lungs in tuberculous patients, and is a remarkably efficacious remedy in lobular pneumonia - Bronchopneumonia); aviare - Tuberculin from birds - (acts on the apices of the lungs; has proved an excellent remedy in influenzal bronchitis; symptoms similar to tuberculosis; relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite, and braces up the whole organism; acute bronchopulmonary diseases of children; itching of palms and ears; COUGH, acute, inflammatory, irritating, incessant, and tickling; loss of strength and appetite); Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast ( to fatten patients after Tuberc.); Formic acid (tuberculosis, chronic nephritis, malignant tumors; pulmonary tuberculosis, not in third stage, however; lupus; carcinoma of breast and stomach; Dr. Krull uses injections of solutions corresponding to the third centesimal potency; these must not be repeated before six months).