Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Malaria Officinalis
Arum-d > general right malar region, right external malleolus, thenal eminence of right thumb, left malar region. Pulse 84, small and somewhat irregular. Occasional shooting and aching pains along the right humerus and right thumb.
Pip-n > general Feeling as if temples and malar bones were pressed in, worse on left side.
Eup-cyp > general the erysipelatous inflammation was most marked in the malar region, being of a livid or dark-red hue, and extending along the outer and lower margin of the orbit (the second morning).
Guai > general Pain in the bones of the face, nose and teeth. Face red and swollen, spotted. Heat in the face in the evening. Sharp pain in right malar bone. Paroxysmal pain in face, head and neck, every day at 6 P.M., lasting until 4 A. w. Dull ache in left side of jaw. Tearing, stitching in teeth. Pain in teeth when biting jaws together. Inflammation of the tonsils, worse from drinks, and there is much burning. Perverted taste. Tongue coated thick white, or brown.
Sang-n > general While Ferrum has a uniformly red, plethoric face, Sanguinaria has a pale face. In the chest complaints Sanguinaria has a circumscribed red spot over the malar bones, such as seen in hectic patients.
Culx > general Pain over the right malar bone going to the left the next day and here you will see one of the characteristic red spas the she of a twenty-five cent piece feeling as if red pepper had been rubbed in.
Culx > general from the malar bone will be shooting pains to the temple and forehead in the evening, made worse by setting the jaws together.
Nat-s > relationships Compare: Natrum succinate (5 gr. every 3 hours. Catarrhal jaundice). Malaria Officinalis - decomposed vegetable matter - (Has evident power to cause the disappearance of the plasmodium of malaria. Malarial cachexia. General sense of weariness. Spleen affections. Malaria and rheumatism. Functional hepatic diseases. Sixth potency and higher.) Natrum choleinicum - Fel Tauri Depuratum - (constipation; chronic gastric and intestinal catarrh; cirrhotic liver; diabetes; Nape of neck pains; tendency to sleep after eating; much flatus; ascites); Momordica - Balsam Apple - (Colic, dysmenorrhoea with gushes of blood.) Pulmo vulpis - Wolf;’s lung (persistent shortness of breath causing a paroxysm of asthma on the slightest motion. Strong, sonorous bubbling rales. 1x trit.). Peumus boldus - Boldo - (atonic states of stomach and intestinal canal; liver states following malaria. Burning weight in region of liver and stomach, bitter taste, languor; abscess of liver; asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, oedema of lungs); Natrum jodat ( Incipient rheumatic endocarditis; chronic bronchitis, rheumatism and tertiary syphilis. Chronic catarrhal affections, arteriosclerosis. Here various symptoms, as Angina pectoris, vertigo, dyspnoea become less marked after continued use of 5-10 grs., 3 times a day.) Natrum hydrosulph ( liver-spots, locally and internally); Sulph.; Thuja; Merc.; Stilling.
Calc-caust > general Back, pains in. Coccygodynia. Corns. Feet (pains in heels). Hoarseness. Jaw, affection of. Malar bones, pain in. Neuralgia. Paralysis. Rheumatism. Spleen, affections of. Stiff-neck. Tapeworm. Toothache.
Stry > general pains in. Breasts, pains in. Cough, explosive. Cramps Diaphragm, spasms of. Emphysema. Enuresis. Exophthalmos. Eyes, optic nerve, sclerosis of (n). Headache. Hemiplegia. Influenza. Joints, stiffness of. Laryngeal crises of locomotor ataxy. Locomotor ataxy. Malar bones, pains in. Neurasthenia (p). Night-blindness. Paraplegia. Proctalgia. Rheumatism. Scrotum, abscess of. Spinal irritation (p). Tetanus.
Zinc > general suppressed. Malar bones, neuralgia in. Masturbation. Memory, weak. Meningitis. Mental weakness. Milk, defective.
Polypo > general Anus, prolapse of. Constipation. Haemorrhoids. Intermittent fever. Liver, affections of. Malar bone, pain in. Prolapsus ani. Rheumatism. Spleen, affections of. Tonsils, enlarged.
Bad > general as if beaten. very sensitive. Profuse coryza, coming from nostril with a gush. L. cheek and malar bone sore to touch. Lancinating pains in stomach.
Chel > general Chel. is a predominantly right-side medicine (like Sang. and Lyc.), and besides the right infra-scapular pain and the action on the liver it has neuralgia over the right eye and in right malar bone, and also an action on the caecum and right ovary.
Cimic > general as of a bolt through from base of skull to vertex. Inspired air seems to penetrate skull and into brain, causing a cold sensation. Intense pain in and around eyes (lancinating), agg. moving head or eyes. In cases of tinnitus aurium it has proved curative in old-school practice, in 15 to 30 drops of the tincture, whether due to direct or reflex irritation (L'Art Méd., July, 1898). In the face there is malar neuralgia, ceasing at night. There are many symptoms of disordered digestion, bad taste and breath and coated tongue.
Cimic > general agg. in warm room. The symptoms are agg. at night (malar neuralgia amel. at night).
Hura > general sensation of a splinter under thumb-nails. The eruptions of Hura, he says, prefer the skin covering projecting portions of bone, or the malar bones. He compares it with Cantharis. Mure's provings were made with single doses of the 5th attenuation.
Iridium > general in ears and throughout the body. A feeling as if the eyes were being affected from below upward. A feeling as of a triangle on face, the base formed by the two malar-bones, the apex in the vertex. The numbness, and a cramp-like contraction in right calf, show a resemblance to the action of Plat. Irid. needs and deserves a fuller proving. The majority of symptoms appeared on the left side. In the Revue Hom. Française of February, 1892 (translated New York Med. Times, November, 1892), M. Laboucher gave an account of this remedy and compared it with others. He does not mention how the symptoms were obtained. They will be found in the Schema marked with "(L)" after each. Those unmarked are Tafel's. Laboucher says it is "admirable in all cases of anaemia".
Mag-c > general But I have many times removed with it corneal opacities left by ulceration; and I practically cured with it a tumour of the right malar bone.
Mag-c > general I worked up the case more carefully and found this under Mag. c. "Throbbing pain in antrum of Highmore with swelling of right malar bone".
Nat-n > general in malar bones. Flatulent troubles with weight in lower abdomen. Painful retraction of abdominal muscles. Painful constipation. Anaemia and excessive exhaustion. The symptoms were agg. by exertion.
Ol-an > general It occurs in the malar bones "Sensation in both malar bones as if pulled forcibly upward." And it also occurs in the testicles. "Both testicles are drawn up and very painful." This led to the cure of a "long-standing neuralgia of spermatic cord.
Ol-an > general Among the Peculiar Symptoms mentioned by Olds are Twitching of lips and swelling beneath right lower jaw. Malar bone feels as if pulled forcibly upward.
Pip-n > general The Peppers are tropical climbing shrubs. Piper nig. yields the pepper of commerce. The fruit when ripe is red. It is gathered before it is fully ripe and spread on mats in the sun, when it loses its red colour and becomes black and shrivelled. This is Black pepper. White pepper is the same fruit freed from its outer skin by maceration in water and subsequent rubbing (Treas. of Bot.). The symptoms of the proving are Houat's. The only additional symptom is one recorded by Berridge as having occurred in a lady on two occasions from taking a large quantity of pepper "Feeling as if temples and malar bones were pressed in, agg. on left side." This confirms one of Houat's symptoms. The full, heavy headache of Houat's provings I can confirm by personal experience I get the headache whenever I take food highly peppered.
Sin-n > general and it also causes contraction of the walls of the stomach and consequent expulsion of flatus into the duodenum." Peculiar Sensations of Sin. n. are Vertex as if empty. As if she had taken cold. As if scalp was adherent to bones. As of pins sticking in eyeballs. Eyeballs as if pressed on from above. As if nostrils stopped up. As if movements impeded all round the chest. As if something heavy oppressed her on all sides from neck to diaphragm. As if cheeks were bulged out by a bubble of air below malar bone. Skin of lips as if stiff. As if blisters on tip of tongue. As if a load on stomach. Pain as if heart were on right side. As of hot water in blood-vessels.
Syph > general a furious inflammatory mass of syphilitic sores, scabs, and eczema, red and angry, with a fiery base extending from one malar prominence to the other, across nose up to eyes and forehead.
Thuj > general The symptoms are agg. By touch (scalp; vertex; eruption; anus; condylomata; = fingers to bleed); but amel. pain in eyebrow and in left malar bone.
Cimic > modalities etc (Forenoon), At 9 o'clock headache; at 10 o'clock, aching of eyes; eyeballs painful; coryza; at 10 o'clock, feeling in malar bones, etc.; sense of aching along oesophagus; faintness in epigastrium; at 10 o'clock, rumbling in abdomen; restlessness; chilliness.
Cina > modalities etc (Pressure), Drawing in temples; pain on vertex; pressure on margin of orbit; pain in malar bones, pain in ramus of jaw; sticking in left side; pain in navel; stitches near sternum.
Sabin > modalities etc (Touch), Aching in left malar bone; pain in angle of right lower jaw; pain in gum; pain in glans; pain in left axilla and above left nipple; pain in muscles of upper arm; pain in right radius; tearing in dorsum of foot; pain in pimples on cheek.
Pyrog > relationships Compatible Arn, Bap, Rhus, Eup per in typhoid and other fevers with muscle soreness, bed feels hard Ars, Ech, Lach, Malar (the vegetable Pyrogen), Ant t, Bapt, Brom, Lyc, Phos, fan-like motion of Alae nasi Bry, cough worse by motion and in warm room Ipec, uterine hemorrhage (if Ipec fails when apparently well selected) Bap, Psor, offensive diarrhea Lept, Psor, black stools Opium, Plumb, Sanic, constipation, hard black balls Nit ac, Sec, thin, offensive lochia Phos, water is vomited as soon as warm in stomach Bell, Melil, throbbing, bursting headache Carbo v, Ech, Psor, offensive varicose ulcers of old people Hep, Sil, Calc sulph, tendency to profuse suppuration Sulph, Psor, patient continually relapsing after the apparent similimum
Pyrog > relationships Compare Septicaemin (B. Sanderson says bacteria and pus cells produce the same chemical result; Pyro. and Sept. may therefore he identical, but I think it best to keep them distinct); Malar. (the vegetable Pyrogen); Lach. In typhoid with soreness, bed feels hard, Bap., Arn., Rhus. amel. Motion and stretching limbs, Rhus. Cough agg. by motion and in warm room, Bry. Uterine haemorrhage, Ipec. ("if Ipec. fails when indicated give Pyro.," Yingling). Offensive diarrhoea Pso. Black stools, Lept. Constipation, Op., Sanic., Pb. Lochia thin, fetid, Nit. ac. Vomits water as soon as warm in stomach, Pho. Throbbing headache, Bell. Varicose, offensive ulcers of old persons, Pso. Skin ashy, Sec. Suppuration, Hep. Causation.
Lycps > vertigo, dizziness Acute darting from anterior superior angle of left parietal to malar bone at 2 P.M., succeeded by sensation as if the brain were compressed, followed by long-continued irritation of scalp over the line of pain (twentieth day),
Mag-arct > head Drawing-boring pain in the right temple, accompanied with a spasmodic pain below the right malar bone
Arg-n > head Sticking and afterwards digging pain in the left frontal and vertex region, extending as far as the malar bone (2d potency),
Ars-i > head Dulness of the head, with dull pain in the left malar bone, and occasional slight frontal headache, the entire morning,
Caj > head Severe headache all over the head, with neuralgic pains in the malar bones and a stiff dry feeling in the jaws, on waking at 5 A.M. (sixth day),
Euon > head Painful drawing from the left side of the frontal bone to the malar bone,
Urt-u > head Pain in r. side of sinciput; and in r. side of face, extending to malar-bone; over r. eye and eyeball; over eyes during the day and evening; neuralgic, in r. side of forehead and face at 9 p.m.
Rhus-t > head Stitches extending two ears, root of nose and malar bones, with toothache.
Glon > head Headache began in the left malar bone, rose from there, and extended over the entire front of the crown for half an hour,
Lil-t > head Old pain in left side of head, temple, and parietal bone, and malar bone, when sitting and not at work; relieved by motion and occupation; followed by diarrhoea and pressure on the bladder (sixty-first day),
Thuj > head Tearing in the right side of the head and face, transversely across the nose, extending into the malar bone and over the eyes, worse in the morning and evening,
Ran-b > head Pain in the region where the right malar and temporal bones unite, about noon (sixth day),
Sulph > general in one hour, in the frontal bone a painful aching, which extended across the nasal bones and both malar bones (fiftieth and fifty-first days),.
Sulph > general after midnight, a great amount of the pains in the frontal and malar bones (tenth day),.
Verat-v > head Slight aching over right eye, also in right temple and right malar bone, just under the eye (twenty minutes, after third dose, first day),
Bry > head Slight drawing in both temples towards the malar bones,
Phys > head Occasionally there was severe, sharp, darting pain in the right malar bone, and in the ramus of the jaw on the right side (fourth day),
Merc-i-f > eyes Slightly dull pain in the superior arch of the left orbit and left malar bones, painful when touched,
Olnd > eyes Pressure in the left eye, from above downward, and in the left malar bone,
Puls-n > eyes Profuse secretion of tears, with dull pains in the eyeball, extending to the malar bone (after one hour),
Viol-o > eyes Cramplike spasms in the eyelids, extending to the malar region, especially of the left side,
Puls-n > eyes Profuse lachrymation with dull pains in eyeball extending to malar bone.
Chin-s > eyes Pain in left infra-orbital, malar, and superior maxillary nerves; aching and boring, worse in cold air, but nearly constant, even involving the eye at times, with tumefaction adjacent to upper molars (fortieth day),
Cinnb > eyes Drawing sensation from right inner canthus across the malar bone to the ear,
Con > eyes Pressive pain in the bones above the right eye, in the nose, and malar bone, late in the evening and lasting ten minutes,
Rhus-t > eyes Drawing and tearing in the region of the brows and in the malar bones,
Spig > eyes Violent pressive pain in the bone of the left orbit, on the temporal side near the malar bone, followed by swelling of the bone, which is sore to touch,
Bry > general in addition to the toothache, which still continued, he was troubled by repeated severe stitches extending from the region of the parotid through the malar bone to the nose. The next morning, the fever had disappeared and he sat up for a few hours.
Spig > ears Pressive pain within the right ear, that extended to the whole malar bone and the right molar teeth (after fifty-seven hours),
Spig > ears Drawing pain in the left ear, extending towards the malar bone,
Thea > ears Neuralgic pains in cartilages of ears, with icy coldness; impossible to warm them; pains extend to malar bones.
Ambr > nose Cramp of the right wing of the nose, toward the malar bone,
Cere-b > nose Pain along right malar bone, running to temple, through the occiput.
Nit-ac > nose Feeling of constriction in the nose, malar bones, and about the eyes,
Sil > nose Drawing in the root of the nose and in the right malar bone,
Chin-s > face Cool air blowing on right side of face, felt rheumatic (or neuralgic) dull pain in zygoma, malar and nasal bones, extending to side of head, with slight tingling in nose, as before sneezing, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),
Chin-s > face Aching about left malar bone in the evening (twenty-fifth day),
Fago > face The left malar bone becomes sore, and also the temporal region, towards evening. This causes pain and pressure in left eye upon closing the jaws firmly, as during mastication (eighteenth day),
Gamb > face Tearing in the right malar bone for a quarter of an hour in the evening, and in the right lower jaw frequently during the day.
Merc-i-f > face A slightly dull pain in the left malar bone, which is painful when touched,
Merc-i-f > face A steady sharp pain in the upper portion of the left malar bone, which is painful when pressed,
Merc-i-f > face Dull bruised pain in the right malar bone, radiating into the forehead and right side of the head; a small spot (at the end of one of the radii) pulsates and burns like fire (after half an hour),
Merl > face Burning pressure in the region of the left malar bone and zygoma (after three hours),
Merl > face Transient tearing in the right malar region (after seven hours),
Myric > face Feeling of pressure in both malar bones (after half an hour, first day),
Sulph > face Tearing in the malar bone, also at other times in the lower jaw, as if the parts would be torn out,
Sulph > face Twitching at times on the malar bone, at times on the chin,
Thuj > face Boring pain in the left malar bone, relieved by touch (after seven, and twenty-nine hours),
Thuj > face Burrowing, painful itching in the left malar bone (after half an hour),
Til > face Constrictive pain in the face, beginning in the left malar bone (first day),
Til > face Extremely exhausting, ulcerative, or sore pain in the right side of the face, corresponding to the malar bone, afterwards also in the left side of the face, beginning in the temple and extending down along the cheek to the lower jaw, and ending in the gum (third day),
Til > face Cutting-drawing pain in the malar bone, beneath the left eye,
Til > face Cutting constrictive pain in the face near the left malar bone,
Tong > face Tension in the right malar bone, with feeling as if there was a slight weight there; pressure removes this, and it returns, but in a less degree (after one hour and a half).
Valer > face Repeated transient crampy jerkings in the region of the left malar bone,
Valer > face Painful crampy drawing in the right malar bone, transient (after a quarter of an hour),
Verb > face Sensation as if one were violently pressing upon the left malar bone as far as the ear, aggravated by pressure with the hand, frequently during the day, in the evening before going to bed, and in the morning on waking,
Verb > face Tension in the left malar bone, in the articular elevation of the temporal bone, and in the frontal eminence, on going into the open air and in a draught of air,
Verb > face Violent pressure on the right malar bone (after thirty-six hours),
Verb > face Benumbing, intermittent pressure on the upper margin of the left malar bone,
Verb > face Intermittent frightful sticking in the left malar bone,
Polypo > face Severe aching distress in the right malar bone, with neuralgic pains in the temple (after one hour),
Lit-met > face Pain in the right malar bone, a sticking-burning sensation, going from below upwards (after six minutes),
BIS > face Pressure regularly recurring at short intervals in the right malar bone, unchanged by touch,
Glon > face Red during headache. Burning twitching or simple pain in malar bone. Sensation As if swelled, as if chin were elongated, as if lower lip were hanging down, of gnawing in masseter muscles. contraction of temporal and masseter muscles.
Hep > face Heat and fiery redness of. Erysipelatous swelling of. Yellow, with blue rings around eyes. Pain in bones of, when touched. Thrusts in malar bone. Boils on lips, chin and neck, very painful to touch. Chronic facial eruptions, very sensitive to touch.
Kali-bi > face Yellowish, sickly, anxious. (Lyc.) Drawn, pale, and covered with cold, clammy sweat. Acne on. Bones of, Bruised feeling, periodical tearing, boring, sensitiveness of, and of cranium. (Merc - cor.) Tension in scalp and face making features stiff. Swelling, over malar bones, under nose.
Merc-c > face Swollen, worse lower part, tense shining cheeks, and red. Pale, anxious and pinched. Frowning. Hippocratic, with sunken eyes. Convulsive motions of. Tearing in malar bones. Necrosis of upper jaw. Painfully swollen glands.
Mez > face Pale. Squeezing, benumbing pressure in malar bones, extending into temples. Swollen, cracked lower lip.
Mez > face Intolerable nightly burning pains in abscess of the antrum of Highmore; periosteum more affected than the bones, with dull, crampy pain referred to malar bone, with anguish, pale face, chilliness or cold sweat.
Plat > face Cramp-pain, steady compressing, numb feeling and boring in malar bones.
Spig > face Prosopalgia, mostly left-sided, with tearing, shooting, burning into eye, malar bone and teeth, periodical; from morning until sunset, worse at noon; worse from motion or noise; with lachrymation, ciliary neuralgia, palpitation; cheek dark red.
Thuj > face Faceache, from left malar to ear, teeth, nose and head; painful spots burn like fire, and are sensitive to the sun; also, after checked eruption.
Kali-bi > face The bones of the face are often very sore, with shooting pains in the malar bones. Pain in the malar bones on coughing. With the catarrhal conditions there is much suffering from the malar bones, like Merc It has cured lupus exedens. It has cured ulceration of the lip. Swollen parotid is quite a common feature in its proving. It has cured impetigo.
Plat-m > face Sensation of coldness of the face, numbness of the face, cramping, pressing pains in the face. Neuralgia of the face. Coldness, crawling, numbness of the face. Numbness of the malar bone. Tearing boring pain in the face.
Carb-an > face Shooting and stitches in malar bone, especially left, running towards the ear.
Nit-m-ac > mouth Immediately a sense of pressure of fulness in the parotid, submaxillary, and sublingual glands, in the order named, with some increase of saliva; on left side, increased more and more towards zygoma and malar bone; less on right side (first day),
Iridium > mouth Increased saliva with sensation in malar-bones, which is more perceptible on l. side.
Cham > mouth Pressive pain and a feeling as if distended by wind in the alveoli of the second and third back teeth on both sides of the upper jaw; this sensation was persistent, with frequent intermissions, and extended deep into the malar bone; it was especially noticed in the right side,
Con > mouth Drawing pain from the lower right teeth into the malar bone,
Ham > mouth Sharp lancinating pain along the molar teeth, extending up to the malar bone, also into the region of the temporal (sixth day),
Lyc > mouth Swelling between the upper gum and malar bone, with some swelling of the cheek and prickling-sticking pain,
Mez > mouth Sticking ache, extending into malar bones and temples. Rapidly become hollow. Boring sticking in hollow t., extending up into zygoma. Dull.
Ham > mouth Sharp, lancinating along the molar teeth, extending to the malar bone; also in temporal region.
Ham > mouth Sharp lancinating along the molar teeth, extending to malar bone; also in temporal region.
Mez > mouth Boring and stinging toothache, which extends to malar bones and temples; chilliness.
Rhus-t > mouth Painful, with stinging at root of nose, extending to malar bones.
Bad > skin Flesh and skin sore to the touch; cheek and malar bone,
Bry > skin A red, round, hot spot on the cheek on the malar bone,
Calc > skin Itching pimples on both cheeks, on the malar bones, for several weeks,
Caust > skin Itching on both eyebrows, on the left malar bone temples, and the ears, relieved by scratching,
Com > general 10.15 A.M., itching at the inner border of the gastrocnemius muscles of the left leg, relieved by rubbing. Immediately after a tingling itching on the right side of the upper lip, then a crawling itching on the right malar region, then an itching moving downwards from the right commissure of the mouth, then an itching on the palmar aspect of the right carpus, moving towards the palm of the hand, then an itching at the angle of the jaw on the right side.
Eupho > general the erysipelatous inflammation was most marked in the malar region, being of a livid or dark-red hue, and extending along the outer and lower margin of the orbit at 10 A.M. (second day).
Olnd > skin Fine sticking itching on the root of the nose and left malar bone near the eye,
Santo > general A small pimple made its appearance upon the right malar bone, which was very painful (sixth day).
Bry > skin Red, round, hot spot on the cheek over the malar bone.
Lach > throat Throbbing in front, in the cervical glands, afterwards extending up into the malar bones, which feel stiff,
Chin-s > back and neck Twinges in lower half of right scapula; immediately after, in right lower jaw, then in upper, in malar region; these sensations succeed each other rapidly, some frequently recurring, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),
Ol-an > back and neck Tearing in muscles of r. side of neck whence it extends into r. malar bone, together with tearing in two r. upper molars.
Tarent > abdomen Nausea and dizziness, with pain in the upper part of the head, extending to the malar bones,
Tarent > general Gastric symptoms, with slight pains in the roots of the teeth, particularly when touching each other. (Many symptoms of the digestive symptom are peculiar, on account of the sympathetic pains which accompany them, or arise on the sides of the head, face, ears, teeth, and malar bones; these pains are of a neuralgic or congestive character),.
Tarent > abdomen (Many digestive symptoms are peculiar on account of accompanying sympathetic neuralgic pains, in sides of head, face, ears, teeth, malar bones.)
Stann-i > genitals etc Menses too early and too profuse; preceded by melancholy; pain in malar bones, which continues during menses.
Coloc > general Contractive pain in the right hand, which constantly increased until a similar one occurred in the left malar bone (in a quarter of an hour).
Gamb > extremities, limbs Tearing, particularly in the bones and tendons (head, ears, dorsum of the nose, malar bone, lower jaw, teeth, cervical tendons, nape of the neck, shoulder, wrist, fingers, hip, bend of the thigh, leg, toes).
Rhus-v > extremities, limbs Pressive drawing in the right, afterwards in the left ankle, then in the right wrist and right malar bone (eighth day),
Bar-ac > fever and chill Shivering chilliness in the head, with dull tension in the malar bone as if there would be gooseflesh in the face, as if the hairs stood on end,