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Lolium Temulentum

Lolium Lol-t.

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HPUS indication of Lolium Temulentum: Writer's cramp
Common symptom: Writer’s cramp..

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

 

  GENERAL

General

In TREMBLING of hands and legs

Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Lolium Temulentum

Arund > relationships
Compare: Anthroxantum - Sweet Vernal Grass (a popular medicine for hay-fever and coryza). Lolium; Cepa; Sabad.; Silica.

Merc > relationships
Compare: Capparis coriaccea (polyuria, glandular affections, mucous diarrhoea; influenza); Epilobium - Willow herb - (chronic diarrhoea with tenesmus and mucous discharges; ptyalism, dysphagia; wasting of body and much debility; cholera infantum); KALI-Hyd ( in hard chancre); Mercur. Acet ( Congestion with stiffness, dryness and heat of parts affected. Eyes inflamed, burn and itch. Lack of moisture. Throat dry, talking difficult. Pressure in lower sternum; chancre in urethra; tenia capitis favosa margin of ulcers painful: Mercurius Auratus (Psoriasis and syphilitic catarrh; brain tumors; lues of nose and bones; ozaena; swelling of testicles); Mercurius Bromatus (secondary syphilitic skin affection); Mercurius Nitrosus - Nitrate of Mercurius Vivus - (especially in pustular conjunctivitis and keratitis; gonorrhoea and mucous patches, with Sticking pains; syphilides); Mercurius Vivus Phosphoricus (nervous diseases from syphilis; exostoses); Mercurius Praecipitatus Ruber (suffocative attacks at night on lying down While on the point of falling asleep, obliged to jump up suddenly which relieves; gonorrhoea; Urethra felt as a hard string; chancroid; phagedenic ulcer and bubo; pemphigus, mucous patches, eczema with rhagades and fissures, barber’s itch; blepharitis, internally and externally; leaden heaviness in occiput, with otorrhoea); Mercurius tannicus (syphilides in patients with gastro-intestinal diseases, or, if very sensitive, to ordinary mercurial preparations); Erythrinus - South American Red Mullet Fish - (in pityriasis rubra and syphilis; red rash on chest; pityriasis); Lolium Temulentum (in Trembling of hands and legs); Mercur. cum kali (inveterate colds, acute facial paralysis). Henchera - Alum root - (Gastro-enteritis nausea, vomiting of bile and frothy mucous; stools watery, profuse, slimy, tenesmus, never get done feeling. Dose, 2 to 10 drops of tincture).

Oxyt > relationships
Compare: Astrag.; Lathyr.; Oxal-ac.; Baryta (Loco plant is rich in Baryta). Lolium.

Arund > relationships
Compare Other Gramineae, Ananth., Lolium. Also Cepa, Sul., Calc. c., Lyc., Sabad., Psor.

Anthro-o > relationships
Compare Cepa, Arsen., Naphthal., Sabad., Psorin.; and its botanical allies, Ananth., Avena, Arundo, Lolium, and Sacch. off.

Sec > appendix
The fungus Claviceps purpurea, Tulasne, is the cause of this disease in rye (and in other grasses), see Lolium. Moisture favors the development of this fungus; epidemics, known as Raphania, Kriebelkrankheit, etc., are traced to the use of rye flour poisoned by this fungus.

Lolium Temulentum is not available to buy over the counter.