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Hyoscyamus Niger - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Hering

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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Stupor, unconsciousness; does not reply to questions; does not recognize any one.

Answers properly but immediately stupor returns.

Makes irrelevant answer.

Inability to think; thoughts cannot be directed or controlled.

Stupid, or illusions of the imagination and senses.

Sees persons who are not and have not been present.

Thinks he is in the wrong place.

Delirium continued while awake.

Delirious without apparent heat; the face is pale and the limbs are cold, though the temperature is high.

Delirium talks of business; complaints of imaginary wrongs.

Delirium tremens, with clonic spasms; averse to light and company; visions, as if persecuted.

Insane passion for work.

Indistinct, muttering loquacity.

Silly, smiling laughs at everything, silly expression.

Cried and laughed alternately, gesticulated lively.

Lascivious mania, uncovers body, especially sexual parts; sings amorous songs.

Cries out suddenly.

Whines, but knows not why.

Muttering, picking at bedclothes.

Plays with his fingers (not picking bedclothes).

Wants to go from one bed to another.

Restless, jumps out of bed, tries to turn away.

Does foolish things, behaves like one mad.

Abuses those about him.

Tries of injure those around him; convulsions after trying to swallow.

Scolds; raves.

Answers no questions.

Cannot bear to be talked to.

Anxious apprehension.

Fears being left alone; of poison, or being bitten; being poisoned or sold.

Makes no complaints; has no wants.

Does not know whether or not to take what is offered.


Fright, followed by convulsions.

Unfortunate love, with rage, and incoherent speech.

Disappointed love, followed by epilepsy.

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