Prunus Padus - General symptoms - ClarkePrunus Padus E Cortice, Prun-p.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Prunus Padus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Cerasus padus. Padus racemosa. P. vulgaris. Bird cherry. N. O. Rosaceae. Tincture of leaves and bark of small twigs collected when in blossom.
Prunus padus was proved by Lembke. The plant is now classed with the Cherries, but I retain it under its old name. "In Scotland it is known as the Hayberry. The fruit is small, black, and nauseous to the taste. In the North of Europe it enters into the formation of a palatable liqueur.
the juice is also expressed and drunk with milk, while the residue of the fruit is kneaded up into cakes" (Treas. of Bot.). Lembke's proving brought out marked symptoms in head, rectum, chest, and heart. Pains were pressive in head, sticking in rectum, pressive beneath sternum. Heart-beats were tumultuous. The symptoms were agg. by pressure.
sitting. standing. stooping, and walking.
Headache. Heart, affections of. Rectum, pains in.