Pastinaca SativaParsnip, Pastinaca Pasti-s.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pastinaca Sativa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Delirium tremens; illusions of vision; intolerance of milk; Roots used dietetically, cooked in water or as broth or as salad for consumptives and "kidney stones."
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Pastinaca Sativa
Par > relationships
Compare: Pastinaca - Parsnip - (Loquacity; delirium tremens; illusions of vision; intolerance of milk; Roots used dietetically, cooked in water or as broth or as salad for consumptives and "kidney stones.") Sil.; Calc.; Nux; Rhus.
Aur-m-n > general
Our knowledge of Water-parsnip is derived from cases of poisoning through eating the root. The symptoms bear a strong resemblance to those of the other poisonous Umbelliferae. The most pronounced features of the convulsions of Sium were the drawing of the arms to the middle of the body, flexure of the fingers, and the preponderance of the contractions on the left side. The lack of mental energy recalls the action of Aethusa. SYMPTOMS.
Ziz > general
The Meadow Parsnip is a common plant indigenous to the United States on the moist banks of streams and in open wet woods, where it flowers in June and July. Rafinesque speaks of it as vulnerary, antisyphilitic, and sudorific (Millspaugh). Marcy proved Ziz. on himself and some others, and symptoms of poisoning have been added. Exhilaration with increased physical strength was noted.
Aur-m-n > appendix
1, White, Phil. Med. Times, 1873, p. 47, a man, aged forty-nine, ate less than an ounce of the root of the "wild parsnip;" 2, Little, The Clinic, 7, 49, a man, aged sixteen, ate a piece as large as an almond of the common water parsnip, death in less than three hours.