Pediculus Capitis - General symptomsHead-louse, Pediculus Ped.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pediculus Capitis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
(Evening), Merry mood.
writes rapidly. 9 P.M., itching of scalp.
8 P.M., roaring in ears.
lips black and cracked.
sore throat. nausea. 9 P.M., colic.
after eating, sensation of strangulation.
8 P.M., suffocating feeling in chest.
9 P.M., pain in chest.
when sitting or lying, jerks and startings.
miliary eruption on calves.
when lying down, itching in concha of left ear.
itching of forearm. 10 P.M., itching of left wrist.
itching on calves. itching all over.
6 P.M., pricking face and eruption.
8 to 11 P.M., pricking all over.
8 P.M., heat in head and hands.
10 P.M., cold sweat of feet.
Psoric manifestations in children. Eruption on dorsum of hands, feet, neck. Prurigo; pellagra. Unusual aptitude for study and work. PEDICULUS Cooties transmit typhus and trench fever.
Pediculus capitis. Head Louse. N. O. Hemiptera. Tincture of the insects.
Pediculus belongs to the same class of remedies as Cimex and Trombidium. It was proved by Murex Mure, who says that he thought that nature pointed to the Louse as a specific for hereditary psora, in which belief he was strengthened by the fact that Psorinum Psorinum develops pediculosis in healthy persons, and he adds that he has found Pedic. one of the most useful agents in diseases of children. This is the only clinical observation I have met with in regard to the remedy. Five persons, took part in the proving, but no particulars are given as to the doses they took. All developed symptoms. Among these were Eagerness and aptitude for study and work. One prover, a stammerer, had unusual fluency of words. Constriction of pharynx. Jerks and starts in evening when sitting or lying. Miliary eruptions, itching, and formication almost all over. The symptoms are agg. by contact.
in evening. after dining.
after eating. standing.
Children, diseases of. Colic. Diarrhoea. Ganglion of foot. Hair, falling off. Irritation. OEdema. Psora, hereditary. Skin, affections of. Stammering.
Horripilation all over, eight or ten times in succession (after half an hour, first day),
Formication on the tips of the middle and index fingers (third day),
Pricking all over, especially on the anterior portions of the thigh and left arm, from 8 to 11 P.M. (third day),
Pricking in the face, and eruption of small red inflamed pimples, at 6 P.M. (third day),
Pricking all over, all day (third day),
The itching lasts a long time,
Great itching during the night (sixth day),
Itching all over, when walking or sitting (third day),
Itching all over, especially on the wrists (fifth day); better (ninth day); less itching (thirteenth to thirtieth day),
Itching all over (thirteenth day), ; (thirteenth and twenty-third days), ; (eighth day),
Itching all over, with redness (ninth day),
Itching all over, especially in the evening (eleventh day),
The itching becomes general, grows less at times, and then gets worse again (fourth day),
Violent itching on the left temple (sixth day),
Long itching of the left eyebrow; it extends to the face (third day),
Itching in the concha of the right ear (thirteenth day),
Itching in the concha of the left ear, when lying down, in the evening (second day),
Itching in the concha of the left ear (sixth day),
Itching of the tip of the nose, as from worms (third day),
Itching and pricking on the left wing of the nose (sixth day),
Itching on the lower part of the right side of the face (sixteenth day),
Itching of the face and scalp (third day),
The whole beard itches (sixth day),
Itching at the nape of the neck and between the shoulders at 5 P.M. (third day),
Great itching of the nape of the neck almost all night (sixth day),
Itching on the nape of the neck, left temple, and back (sixth day),
Itching on the back (tenth day),
Itching of the forearm, in the evening (fourth day),
Itching of the right forearm, in the evening, when lying down (fourth day),
Itching of the external portion of the left wrist, at 10 P.M. (first day),
Itching of the wrists (third day), ; (sixth day),
Itching on the left wrist (first day), ; (tenth day),
Itching on the backs of the hands (fourteenth day),
Itching on the ring finger (fifteenth day),
Itching on the first phalanx of the right index finger (third day),
Redness and itching of the right hip, for half an hour (thirteenth day),
Itching at the bend of the leg, as from nettles (fourth day),
Itching here and there at night (first day),
The itching continues as bad as ever; it grows worse on the calves in the evening (sixth, seventh, and eighth days),
Very severe itching on the right instep; it does not last long (tenth day),
Itching spreading over the back and soles of the feet (eleventh day),