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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Paullinia Sorbilis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
1, Montegazza; general effects of 1/2 to 4 grammes; Bull. Gén. de Thérap., August 20th, 1867, from Annales d'Omodei, April, 1865; 2, Dr. W. Macdowell; J. D. G., aged 28 years, took 1/2 a drachm, first day; 1 drachm, twice, second day; 1 drachm, three times, third day; 3 drachms, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh days; 4 drachms, eighth day; Practitioner, Sept. 1873, p. 172; 3, J. G. took 1 ounce in drachm doses, ibid.; 4, Dr. Macdowell himself took 30 grains, twice, first day; 30, 45, and 60 grains, second day; 90 grains, twice, third day; 90 grains, four times, fourth day; then after two weeks' interval, 1 drachm, first day; 3 drachms, second and third days; 8 drachms, fourth and fifth days; 1 drachm, three times, eighth day; 1 drachm, twice, ninth day; 1 drachm, three times, tenth and eleventh days; 2 drachms, 4 times, twelfth day; ibid.
Paullinia sorbilis, Mart.
Natural order, Spindaceae. Common names, Guarana, Gurana-üva, Brazilian cocoa.
Preparation, Triturations of the seeds.
Dysuria is a frequent phenomenon,
Redness of the face, staring eyes, slight irregularity of the pulse, moisture of the skin, delirium, dulness of hearing, and vesical and intestinal spasms,
After its use in neuralgic headache, phenomena of its poisonous action may be observed from the appearance of a malaise, more distressing than the headache, which has disappeared under its remedial agency,
Sensation of pricking and cold, extending to the whole cutaneous surface,≡ more ...