Pareira BravaChondrodendron Tomentosum, Virgin-vine, Pareira
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Pareira Brava may help, unprocessed Pareira Brava may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pareira Brava in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
The urinary symptoms are most important. Useful in renal colic, prostatic affections, and catarrh of bladder. Sensation as if bladder were distended, with pain. Pain going down thigh.
Tincture, to third potency.≡ show all authors ...
Compare: Parietaria N/A (renal calculi; nightmare, patient dreaming of being buried alive); Chimaphila N/A (chronic catarrhal congestion following cystitis; acute prostatitis; feeling of a ball in perineum when sitting); Fabiana, see Pichi Pichi (dysuria; post-gonorrhoeal complications; gravel; vesical catarrh); Uva Ursi Uva.; Hydrangea Arborescens Hydrang.; Berberis Vulgaris Berber.; Ocimum Canum Ocim.; Hedeoma Pulegioides Hedeom.⥄ Show reverse lookup of Pareira Brava relationships from all sources
Bladder; catarrh mucous-pus (see urine, sediment containing pus)
indurated (hard from inflammation, like cartilage)
retention of urine (see urination delayed); night, 3 to 6 a.m.
retention of urine (see urination delayed); from enlarged prostate
retention of urine (see urination delayed); painful
urge to urinate, but producing nothing
thickening of walls of bladder
urging to urinate (unhealthy desire); constant
urging to urinate (unhealthy desire); ineffectual
urging to urinate (unhealthy desire); painful
urging to urinate (unhealthy desire); after urinating
urination; dribbling (by drops)
with enlarged prostate
involuntary; with retention
involuntary; with sudden, sharp pain in head of penis (glans)
urination; painful or difficult urination; night; after midnight, 3 to 5 a.m.
urination; interrupted (intermittent)
urination; involuntary, incontinence; in aged people; men with enlarged prostate
urination; delayed, difficult; must wait for urine to start
urination; delayed, difficult; can pass urine only when on the knees, pressing head against floor
urination; delayed, difficult; can only pass urine while bent forward
pain; region of; extending to other parts; groin
pain; ureters (tubes between kidneys and bladder); left side
pain; ureters (tubes between kidneys and bladder); radiating from kidney region
pain; ureters (tubes between kidneys and bladder); extending to other parts; thighs and feet
pain; cutting; ureters (tubes between kidneys and bladder)
pain; shooting (see sudden, sharp); sore, bruised
pain; sudden, sharp, stinging, sticking; extending to other parts; down ureters (tubes between kidneys and bladder)
Stomach; nausea; after urinating≡ show all authors ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
Burning (includes hot)
Odour; like ammonia
Sediment; like jelly
sand; red (brick-dust)
Black, bloody, thick mucous urine. Constant urging; great straining; pain down thighs during efforts to urinate. Can emit urine only when he goes on his knees, pressing head firmly against the floor. Feeling of the bladder being distended and neuralgic pain in the anterior crural region ( Staphysagria Staph.) Dribbling after micturition ( Selenium Selen.) Violent pain in glans penis. Itching along urethra; urethritis, with prostatic trouble. Inflammation of urethra; becomes almost cartilaginous.
Urethra (urinary part of genitals); discharge; gonorrhoea
pain; burning; during urination
pain; stitching, sudden, sharp; passage
pain; tearing; passage
Male; pain; penis; head (glans)
pain; penis; head (glans); on urging to urinate
pain; burning; penis; head (glans)
pain; tearing; penis; head (glans)
prostate gland; enlargement
prostate gland; inflammation
prostate gland; pain
stitching, sudden, sharp; while urinating≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Cramps; leg; on attempting to urinate
Pain; thigh; while straining to urinate
thigh; extending to other parts; down thigh; during effort to urinate
Swollen; foot≡ show all authors ...
Pain; pressing; externally≡ show all authors ...