Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Polyporus Pinicola in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Polyporus pinicola. Pine Agaricus Muscarius agaric. N. O. Fungi. Tincture of fresh plant.
The Pine Agaricus Muscarius agaric, Pol. pin., like the Larch Agaricus Muscarius agaric, Polyporus officinalis (described in this work as Boletus Laricis Boletus Laricis, its older and less correct name), was proved by Dr. Burt. The symptoms of the two have a very close resemblance, and many are common to both. Despondency.
aching distress in many parts.
stiffness of back. of fingers.
enlarged tonsils with dysphagia and constant inclination to swallow.
neuralgic pains in head, face, and temples.
pain in liver and spleen with diarrhoea or constipation and piles.
Anus, prolapse of. Constipation. Haemorrhoids. Intermittent fever. Liver, affections of. Malar bone, pain in. Prolapsus ani. Rheumatism. Spleen, affections of. Tonsils, enlarged.
these are the chief features of the proving. Hale says it is a remedy for ague in the Middle and Southern States, taken during the intermission macerated in whisky. Quotidian fevers, he says, are most suited to it. The symptoms are agg. by motion; by walking; amel. by rest. agg. In damp air. agg. After stool.≡ show all authors ...
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Despondency with the pain.
Gloomy; spells of depression.
Wants to get away out of sight and lie down.≡ more ...
▲ VERTIGO, DIZZINESS
Congestion to head and face; vertigo when walking; lightness; fulness.≡ more ...
Severe headache, agg. reading or walking; with soreness over eyes.
Sharp, neuralgic, cutting pains in temples.≡ more ...
Severe aching distress in r. malar bone, with neuralgic pains in temples.≡ more ...
Tongue coated white; yellow.
Taste sweet, flat; flat, rough; slimy, coppery.≡ more ...
Throat dry, sore, frequent inclination to swallow.
Tonsils much congested, enlarged; frequent efforts to swallow, quite painful.≡ more ...
Burning distress in praecordial region; sharp pains on full inspiration.
Pulse soft, feeble.
Pressing sensation in larynx with dryness of fauces.≡ more ...
▲ BACK AND NECK
Aching in back; and hips.
Felt ill with aching and sore sensations along spinal column. 21. Limbs.
Constant rheumatic, drawing pains in fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, feet.≡ more ...
Dull, dragging, drawing, aching, burning in both hypochondria.
Pain and distress in liver; and all dorsal region; agg. walking.
Distress and colicky pains in umbilical and hypogastric regions.
Hard, distressing, sickening pain in hypogastrium, causing faintness; followed by stool.
Drawing in r. groin.
Burning in stomach and dragging in r. hypochondrium.
Constant very severe distress in lower epigastrium, causing faintness; agg. by pressure and by walking.
Severe pain in epigastrium all morning.≡ more ...
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Stool ran from bowels in deep yellow stream; loose; hard, dry, lumpy, then mushy; lumpy with mucus and bile; costive, hard, dry lumps, brought on piles and slight prolapsus ani.≡ more ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Drawing in elbows and flexor muscles of both arms.
Fingers ache; feel quite stiff.
Drawing inside r. thigh.
Sharp pain in r. tibia.
Hard, drawing pains in knees and ankles, causing restlessness.
Aching distress, weakness of ankles and feet, walking very difficult.
Soles of feet and heels feel as if pounded; agg. when boots on.≡ more ...
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Paroxysms of chilliness, cold shivering sensations followed by feverishness.
Chills and a shivering sensation.
Face hot, flushed.
Hands and palms hot and dry.≡ more ...
Sleepy, yawning, and stretching.
Wakeful after 3 a.m.
Rheumatic pains in every part of the body agg. in damp weather.≡ more ...