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Oenanthe Crocata

Water Drop Wart, Oenanthe, oeNANTHE Oena.
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HPUS indication of Oenanthe Crocata: Tickling cough
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Oenanthe Crocata in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

  GENERAL

General

Epileptiform convulsions; worse, during menstruation and pregnancy. Puerperal eclampsia; uraemic convulsions. Burning in throat and stomach, nausea and vomiting. Red spots in face. Convulsive facial twitching. Skin affections, especially lepra and ichthyosis.

Dose

First to sixth potency.

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  MIND

Mind

Behaviour

attempts to escape

makes gestures; of hands; grasping or reaching at something

shrieking; before convulsions

Dazed; between convulsions

Delirium

talks a lot

maniacal

raging, raving

Delusions, imaginations, hallucinations, illusions

environment and surroundings; carried to a height

sensation of flying

As if in a dream

Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition

laughing; sardonic

rage, fury (see insanity, mania, delirium)

Intellectual faculties; impaired thinking; as if mesmerised, hypnotised

Insanity

mania, madness

from drinking (delirium tremors)

Perception; does not recognise his relatives

Preoccupied

Restlessness, nervousness

after convulsions

Talking, conversation

cursing

talks to himself

talkative

Unconsciousness

automatic conduct (see mental insensibility)

after convulsions (see convulsions)

mental insensibility (see conduct automatic)

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  VERTIGO, DIZZINESS

Vertigo

Pains all over head, dizzy

Open air

Tendency to fall over; falling backward

As if intoxicated

Before stool

With vomiting

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  HEAD

Sudden and complete unconsciousness

Furious delirium, giddiness

Countenance livid, eyes fixed, pupils dilated, Convulsive twitching of facial muscles, trismus, foaming at mouth, locked jaws

Much yawning

Tendency to cry over little things.

Coldness; forehead

Hot; flashes of heat

Movements of head

falling (see heaviness); backward

falling (see heaviness); backward; while sitting

falling (see heaviness); forward; while sitting

rolling head

Headache

Pain, headache

on coughing

Scalp

Hair; falling

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  EYES

Eyes

Lids

half open

unable to open eyes

eyes closed; half open

eyes closed; unable to open eyes

Discoloration; redness

Pain; pulling

Protrusion

Pupils; alternately contracted and dilated in the same light

Staring

Sunken

Swellings

Vision

Dim

Lost vision, blindness; on waking

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  EARS

Ear

Heat

Skin; discoloration; redness; evening

Hearing

Lost, deafness; on waking

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  FACE

Face

Bloated (see swelling, congestion)

Coldness

Congestion (see heat)

Convulsions, spasms

jaws

Heat; evening

Motions of jaw

clenched jaw

lockjaw

Abnormal grin from contraction of facial muscles

Skin

discoloration; black

discoloration; bluish; with convulsions

discoloration; greyish

discoloration; lead-coloured

discoloration; pale

discoloration; red

evening

during convulsion

spots (see skin)

Swelling

Twitching

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  NOSE

Nose

Nose bleed

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  MOUTH

Mouth

Froth, foam, from mouth

bloody

during convulsions

Growths, blisters, swellings; blisters

Inflammation

Pain

burning, raw and smarting

as if excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed)

Speech; unable to speak

Saliva

Dryness

Saliva; mucus, slime

Salivation

with convulsions

Tongue

Biting self; tongue; in spasms

Discoloration; tongue; red; tip

Swelling; tongue

Tongue

movement of tongue; protruded

trembling

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  THROAT

Throat

Choking, constricting

larynx

Feels hot

Inflammation

gullet

Pain

swallowing; on swallowing

burning; larynx

sore

Sounds

rattling trachea (wind pipe, see respiration)

gullet gurgling; during convulsion

Swallowing; impossible

Tickling in the air passages; larynx

Voice; hoarseness

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  CHEST

Chest

Movements in and of chest; spasms of chest; diaphragm

Pain

heart

aching; sides; left

Respiration

Tickling cough, with rattling in the lower part of the chest, and thick, frothy expectoration

Heavy, spasmodic, stertorous breathing.

Pain

sides; breathing in

sides; when breathing; with deep breathing

aching; sides; when breathing in deeply

Difficult (dyspnea)

Interrupted

Problems come on suddenly

Slow

Like deep snoring

after convulsions

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  COUGH

Cough

Night

Rattling

Short

Intermittent

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  EXPECTORATION

Expectoration

Late morning

Evening

Bloody, spitting of blood (see chest haemorrhage)

Greenish

White

Yellow

Copious

Dark

Difficult

Easy

Frothy

Mucous

Containing pus

Thick

and sticky

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  SKIN

Skin

Coldness; during convulsions

Discoloration; red; spots

Loss of feeling

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  BACK AND NECK

Back

Pain

spine

Spasms

opisthotonos (body bent backward and stiffened)

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  ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Swelling; from watery fluid; abdominal cavity; with chronic diarrhoea

Bladder; urination; involuntary, incontinence; during convulsions

Stomach

desires, cravings; cold drinks

Nausea

nausea; before stool

Vomiting

vomiting; during vertigo, dizziness

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  RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Constipation

inactivity of rectum

insufficient, incomplete, unsatisfactory stool

Involuntary stool

during convulsion

Stool

Hard

Large

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  GENITALS ETC

Menses

Female

period; irregular

period; scanty

period; short duration

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  EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Convulsions; opisthotonos

Pain along crural and sciatic nerves, commencing in back

Cold hands and feet

Numbness of hand and foot.

Coldness

upper limbs; hands

upper limbs; hands; blue

lower limbs; foot

Contraction of muscles and tendons

fingers

Cramps

lower limbs

calf

Hands and feet

clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction)

clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction); epileptic convulsion

clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction); thumbs

Movements and positions

convulsion

flexed; limbs feel pulled; inwards; thumbs

loss of power of movement

stretched out; lower limbs

twitching; during period

twitching; hand

Numbness (see tingling)

Perspiration; hand

Skin

discoloration; upper limbs; red; spots

discoloration; upper limbs; spots

discoloration; hand; blueness

discoloration; foot; blueness

out-break on skin

upper limbs

hand

Stiffness; during convulsion

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  GENERALITIES

Sleep and dreams

Comatose; between convulsions

Deep

after convulsions

between convulsions

Sleepiness, tiredness

Convulsions

Convulsions

night

rapid muscle spasm

coldness of the body

without consciousness

epileptic

with falling

backwards

from injuries

in women

before period

in women; during period

in women; instead of period

in women; from childbirth

periodic; every 14 days

during sleep

with tetanus rigidity

Generalities

Faintness, fainting

In women; symptoms during period

Weakness (see lethargic, weariness)

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