LaurocerasusCherry-laurel, Laurocerasus Officinalis, Lauroc
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Laurocerasus may help, unprocessed Laurocerasus may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Laurocerasus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Spasmodic tickling cough, especially in cardiac patients, is often magically influenced by Laurocerasus. Lack of reaction, especially in chest and heart affections. Drink rolls audibly through esophagus and intestines. General coldness, not ameliorated by warmth. Violent pain in stomach with loss of speech. Spasm of facial muscles and oesophagus. Asphyxia neonatorum.
Tincture, to third potency. Laurocerasus water, two to five drop doses.≡ show all authors ...
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Heart; Mitral regurgitation
Clutching at heart and palpitation
Skin; discoloration; blue; from lack of oxygen in blood
Cyanosis and dyspnoea; worse, sitting up
Patient puts hands on heart
Cough, with valvular disease
Exercise causes pain around heart
Tickling, Dry cough
Constriction of chest
Cough, with copious, jelly-like, or bloody expectoration
Small and feeble pulse
Threatening paralysis of lungs
Gasping for breath; clutches at heart.
Difficult (dyspnea); with heart complaints; and urinary troubles≡ more ...
Bloody, spitting of blood (see chest haemorrhage)
Mucous; bloody≡ more ...
Bladder; urination; feeble stream (slow); with difficulty breathing and heart symptoms
Kidneys; suppression of urine≡ more ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Toe and finger nails become knotty
Sprained pains in hips, thighs and heels
Cold, clammy feet and legs
Clubbing of fingers
Veins of hands distended.≡ more ...
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Coldness; chills and heat alternate
Thirst, with dry mouth in afternoon.
Internal heat≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
Spells of deep sleep, with snoring and stertorous breathing.
Blood vessels; blue discoloration (from lack of oxygen in blood)
blue discoloration (from lack of oxygen in blood); in infants
Eating and food; before eating
Lack of irritability
Pulse; frequent, accelerated, elevated, exalted, fast, innumerable, rapid; and small
Lack of reaction
Weakness (see lethargic, weariness)