QuebrachoAspidosperma quebracho, Kebrako, Asp-q Queb.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Quebracho in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Quebracho
Coca > general
The mountaineer’s remedy. Useful in a variety of complaints incidental to mountain climbing, such as palpitation, dyspnoea, anxiety and insomnia. Exhausted nervous system from physical and mental strain. Caries of teeth. Loss of voice. - Give 5-6 drops, every half hour, two hours before expected demand on voice. Nocturnal enuresis. Emphysema (Quebracho).
Acon > relationships
Compare: Bell.; Cham.; Coffea; Ferr-p. Aconitine. - (Heavy feeling as of lead; pains in supraorbital nerve; ice-cold sensations creep up; hydrophobia symptoms. Tinnitus aurium 3X.) Tingling sensation. Aconitum Lycoctonum. - Great Yellow Wolfsbane. - (Swelling of glands; Hodgkin’s disease. Diarrhoea after eating pork. Itching of nose, eyes, anus and vulva. Skin of nose cracked; taste of blood.) Aconitum Cammarum. - (Headache with vertigo and tinnitus. Cataleptic symptoms. Formication of tongue, lips and face.) Aconitum Ferox. - Indian Aconitum Napellus. - Rather more violent in its actions than A. napellus. It is more diuretic and less anti-pyretic. It has proved valuable in cardia dyspnoea, neuralgia, and acute gout. Dyspnoea. Must sit up. Rapid respiration. Anxiety, with suffocation from feeling of paralysis in respiratory muscles. Cheyne-Stokes breathing. Quebracho (cardiac dyspnoea) ( Achyranthes. - A Mexican drug - very similar to Aconite in fevers, but of larger range, being also adapted to typhoidal states and intermittents. Muscular rheumatism. A great diaphoretic. Use 6X.) Eranthis hymnalis - (Winter Aconite - acts on solar plexus and works upwards causing dyspnoea. Pain in occiput and neck.)