Pediculus Capitis - General symptoms - ClarkeHead-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.
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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.