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Jasminum Officinale - General symptoms - Clarke

Jasminum, Jas-o.

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

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Jasminum officinale. White Jessamine. N. O. Jasminaceae. (Lindley. Some botanists include the jasmines in the Oleaceae.) Tincture of red berries.

The only observation on this plant is one made by W. H. Hull on a boy who ate the red berries. They produced a comatose state, vomiting and convulsions ending in tetanus. The Treasury of Botany states that the bitter leaves of J. floribundum are used in Abyssinia against tapeworm.

and the bitter root of J. angustifolium, powdered and mixed with the powdered root of Acorus calamus, is considered in India an excellent application in ringworm. Jasmin. offic. has not been used in medicine, but the poisoning case shows that it is a very powerful drug. The convulsive symptoms were amel. by a bath. Symptoms go from above downwards and from left to right.


Convulsions. Tetanus.

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