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Hyoscyamus Niger - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Henbane, Hyoscy, Hyos, Hyoscyamus Hyos.


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HPUS indication of Hyoscyamus Niger: Twitching
Common symptoms: Twitching, Falls suddenly, Jerks, Spasms.

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


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GENERALITIES

Sleep

Somnolency, like coma vigil.

Retarded sleep, or sleeplessness caused by excessive nervous excitement, or by great anguish, sometimes with convulsions and starts.

Nightly sleeplessness.

Child sobs and cries in sleep without waking.

Profound, comatose sleep, with convulsions and involuntary movements of the limbs, esp. the hands.

When sleeping, carphologia; or smiling countenance; or starts with fright.

Convulsions

Spasms and convulsions (with watery diarrhoea).

Epileptic convulsions, alternately with attacks of cerebral congestion (apoplectic fit).

Convulsions resembling St. Vitus' dance.

Convulsions with cries, great anguish, oppression of the chest and loss of consciousness.

After the epileptic convulsions, profound sleep, with snoring.

Generalities

Incisive tearing, and dull pulling in the limbs and joints.

Limbs, cold, trembling and numbed.

Convulsive movements and shaking of some of the limbs, or of the whole body, sometimes on making the slightest effort to swallow liquid.

Jerking of the feet and of the hands.

Epileptic fits, sometimes with bluish colour and puffing of the face, involuntary emission of urine, foaming at the mouth, drawing back of the thumbs, sensation of hunger and of gnawing at the pit of the stomach, eyes prominent, cries, grinding of the teeth, &c.

Uncommon sinking of strength.

Fainting fits (repeated attacks).

Great weakness and debility.

Sensation of levitation; as if walking on and through air.

Paralysis.

Jerking of the tendons (subsultus).

The majority of, and the principal symptoms, manifest themselves after eating or drinking, as well as in the evening.

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