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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Juglans Cinerea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Juglans cathartica. Butternut. (U.S.A.) N. O. Juglandaceae. Tincture of bark of root. Triturations of the resinoid Juglandin.
The Butternut and the Black Juglans Regia Walnut (Juglans nigra) are the American representatives of the Juglans Regia Walnut family. J. ciner. and Juglans Regia Juglans regia, or Nux juglans, have both been proved and studied. With both the digestion is first disordered, and with this other symptoms, as headache, occur. These run an acute course and then skin affections manifest themselves, and these run a chronic course (Clotar Willer, quoted by Hale). Before the homoeopathic provings were made Jug. c. had a reputation as a mild cathartic and was successfully used in camp diarrhoea and dysentery in the early American wars. Applied to the skin, the juice causes reddening and blistering. "The green rind rubbed on tetters and ringworms dispels them." The provings brought out the characteristics in much detail, and clinical use has still further developed them. Jug. r. has been used with much success in scrofulous and scorbutic conditions.
and both Jug. r. and Jug. c. cause dark, clotted haemorrhage. Jug. c. from the lungs and Jug. r. from the uterus. Both act on the axilla, Jug. c. causing acute pains and numbness, Jug. r. affecting skin and glands. Jug. c. has some remarkable head symptoms. Sharp shooting pain in occiput is very characteristic. There is a headache with frequent micturition and burning. It has morning headaches like Nux Vomica Nux, Bryonia Bry., Chelidonium Majus Chelid., and Iris Versicolor Iris.
and it much resembles the last in the disturbance of the digestive organs. Pains in liver and right scapula.
acute diarrhoea. It is one of the medicines which produces epigastric sinking. This extends to the abdomen and is accompanied by headache. One patient who was taking Jug. c. for acne developed all the symptoms of angina pectoris. But the skin is the organ most of all affected by the drug. All kinds of eruptions have been caused or cured by it, including scarlatina and rodent ulcer. There are a good many rheumatic pains in the remedy. The itching is agg. when overheated from exercise. Walking agg. chest pains.
amel. pain from rectum to bladder. Going up hill agg. or = retrosternal pain. Stooping = pain in scapula and back. Dull headache is amel. when getting up.
Pain between scapulae.
under scapula. under r. scapula, making breathing difficult.
under vertical border of r. scapula, agg. moving the part and drawing a long breath.
in region of lumbar vertebrae and r. sacro-iliac symphysis.
in region of lumbar vertebrae in afternoon, with restlessness.
in lumbar and dorsal vertebrae at night.
in region of sacro-iliac symphysis, agg. sitting, also in forenoon, and in region of lumbar vertebrae.
in lumbar vertebrae, extending through lumbar region and up spine.
Acne. Angina pectoris. Axilla, pain in. Chest, pain in. Coryza. Ecthyma. Eczema. Erysipelas. Erythema nodosum. Headache. Herpes. Hydrothorax. Impetigo figurata. Usnea Barbata Lichen. Migraine. Pemphigus. Ringworm. Rodent ulcer. Scapula, pain in. Scarlatina. Tetters. Vision, lost.