Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
53, Lesser Writings of Hahnemann (Dr. Adolph Gerstel, North Am. Journ. of Hom., New Ser., 9, 1878, p. 184); 54, Pluskal, Oest. Woch., 1844 (ibid), effects of leaves; 55, Dr. Schwebe, Caspar's Woch. (Lancet, 1849 (2), p. 637), two children, aet. four and two years, ate some berries; 56, J. B. Carruthers, M.D., Lancet, 1859 (2), p. 378, a child, aet. three years, ate the berries.
Dryness and burning of the throat, with attempts to vomit; intense thirst; great heat of skin; great prostration of strength; pale countenance; and a feeble quick pulse,
The eldest complained of a burning sensation in the mouth and nausea; dryness of the throat and burning at the pit of the stomach; a reddish mucus was discharged from the mouth. In an hour both were plunged into complete narcotism, with coma, convulsive movements of the eyes and the superior extremities, dilatation and insensibility of the pupils,
A robust person took some bark of Mezereum for some ailment, and continuing the drug after the disappearance of his troubles, he soon complained of unbearable itching all over the body, so that he could not sleep one moment. Even after leaving it off for thirty-six hours, he assured me that the itching still kept on increasing. A few grains of Camphora Camphor removed this itching,
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