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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Compare: Dirca Palustris - Leather wood - (a gastro-intestinal irritant inducing salivation, emesis and purgation; cerebral hyperaemia; neuralgic pains, with depression, palpitation, and dyspnoea); Merc Viv Merc.; Phytolacca Decandra Phyt.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Guaiacum Guaiac.; Syphilinum (Luesinum) Syph.
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Mezereum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Rhus Tox > antidotes
Antidotes: Bathing with milk and Grindelia Robusta Grindelia lotion very effective. Ampelopsis trifolia - Three-leaf Woodbine - (Toxic dermatitis due to vegetable poisons - 30 and 200. Very similar to Rhus Toxicodendron poisoning. Desensitizing against Ivy poisoning by the use of ascending doses of the tincture by mouth or by hypodermic injections is recommended by old school authorities, but is not as effective as the homeopathic remedies especially RHUS 30 and 200 and Anacardium Occidentale Anacard., etc. Anacard.; Croton.; Grindelia; Mezereum Mezer.; Cypripedium Pubescens Cyp RIP.; Plumbago (eczema of vulva); Graphites Graph.
Xanthoxylum Fraxineum > relationships
Compare: Gnaphalium Gnaph.; Cimicifuga Racemosa Cimicif.; Staphysagria Staph.; Mezereum Mezer.; Piscida Erythrina Piscidia - White dogwood - (a nerve sedative. Insomnia due to worry, nervous excitement, spasmodic coughs; pains of irregular menstruation; regulates the flow. Neuralgic and spasmodic affections. Use tincture in rather material doses.)