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Kreosotum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Beech Wood Kreosote, Kreosote, Kreos Kreos.


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HPUS indication of Kreosotum: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Itching, Nausea.

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


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GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Exanthema on face; on cheeks; around mouth; on upper lip; on forehead; burning urine; erethism of blood; yawning in general; complaints accompanying yawning.

Lassitude, heaviness, and painful weariness in all limbs, esp. in legs.

Sleep

Great inclination to sleep, with frequent yawnings; sometimes with putrid taste in mouth, and want of appetite.

Fits of yawning, with shivering, weeping, pressive pains in forehead, or lassitude.

Constant inclination to sleep.

Difficulty in going to sleep, caused by restlessness over whole body, or a sensation of fatigue, with pains in all limbs.

Disturbed sleep, with tossing.

Frequent waking during night.

Unrefreshing sleep, with paralytic sensation in all limbs on waking.

At night, pains in loins, internal shiverings, pulsations in head, restlessness over whole body, pressive and burning pains in eyes, agglutination of the lids, &c.

Starting from sleep in a fright.

Frequent, anxious dreams; dreams of snow, of falling, pursuits, poisoning, emaciation, fire, of erections and of wanting to make water, of foul and disgusting linen, &c.

Generalities

Pain, as from excoriation and ulceration; painful paralytic sensation; pulling and shooting pains.

Haemorrhages; small wounds bleed much.

Putrid ulcers of any kind; putrid diarrhoea.

Glossitis.

Pulse changed in general.

Pinching pains, and shootings, esp. in joints.

Shocks in limbs, esp. when asleep at night.

Nocturnal pains.

Fainting fits on waking in morning.

Fainting (in morning, when rising too early).

Disposition to faint in a warm room, with heat of face and shortness of breath.

Numbness; loss of sensation.

Rapid emaciation.

Attacks of stupor, with paleness and coldness of several parts, which seem then as if dead.

Pains, as from a bruise or contusion.

Excessive excitement of whole body.

Restlessness in whole-body, agg. during repose.

Pains agg. during repose.

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