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Linaria Vulgaris

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HPUS indication of Linaria Vulgaris: Nausea

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

  GENERAL

General

Linaria Vulgaris acts prominently within the domain of the pneumogastric. Eructations, nausea, salivation, pressure on stomach. Jaundice, splenic and hepatic hypertrophy. Enteric symptoms and Great drowsiness very marked. Cardiac Fainting. Enuresis. Rectal symptoms. Tongue rough, dry; throat constricted. Coldness. Confusion in head. Irresistible sleepiness. Symptoms worse walking in open air.

Dose

Third potency.

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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Linaria Vulgaris

Equis > relationships
Compare: Hydrangea; Ferr. Phos.; Apis; Canth.; Linaria; Chimaph. Equisetum contains Silica in appreciable quantity.

Equis > general
irritation of the bladder, especially in women. Linaria has enuresis, with frequent painful urging to urinate, causing the patient to rise at night (Farrington). It relieved loss of control over bladder and rectum in a case of general paralysis. Carcinoma uteri is said to have been cured by it. Pain in sacro-iliac joints. agg. From pressure or contact.