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Rhus Tox - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Toxicodendron Radicans, Poison-ivy, Rhus, Rus tox, Rhustox, Rustox, Rhus Toxicodendron, Rhus Toxicodedron Rhus-t.

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Rhus Tox

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Rhus Tox in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Delirium, ,

Though naturally inclined to melancholy, she felt merry and disposed for work as soon as she swallowed the infusion,

Grief; inclination to weep; melancholy; extreme irritability even from his own thoughts, or from the slightest cares,

Full of sad thoughts, anxious and fearful, wherewith she gradually lost strength, and was obliged to lie down for hours in order to regain vigor,

Melancholy, ill-humor, and anxiety, as if a misfortune would happen, or as if she were alone and all about her were dead and still, or as if she had been forsaken by a near friend; worse in the house, relieved by walking in the open air,

Sad, begins to weep without knowing why,

Sadness; loved to be alone (after ten hours),

She seldom had a joyful thought,

Satiety of life, with desire to die without sadness,

Involuntary weeping without a weeping mood, with rumbling in the abdomen,

Great despondency, for eight years,

Feels despondent; don't like to be spoken to; nervousness; starts suddenly at every slight noise (after seventy-two hours),

If disagreeable thoughts came into her mind she could not free herself from them,

Extremely low-spirited, with sense of great prostration; she could not prevent herself from crying, every morning after the dose (after some days),

Depression and discouragement and dissatisfaction with the world, in the evening (eighth day),

Depression of spirits and indisposition to conversation, with the pain above superciliary ridges (sixteenth day),

Depression of spirits with the aching over left eyebrow (twenty-second day),

Discouragement and apprehension, followed by short cough, from severe tickling and irritation behind the upper half of the sternum after a siesta, from noon to 3 P.M. (sixth day),

Apprehensive, anxious, and tremulous (from tenth to twenty-seventh day),

Inexpressible anxiety, with pressure at the heart and tearing in the small of the back,

Frightful anxiety with mental uneasiness, with dryness in the throat,

Real anxiety at the heart, more in the afternoon than in the forenoon; she did not sleep more than half the night on account of great apprehension, and was so anxious that she perspired (after twelve days),

Anxiety; while sitting she was obliged to take hold of something because she did not think she could keep up on account of the pain (beating and drawing pains in the limbs),

Very restless mood, with anxiety and apprehension, that constantly clawed at her heart (at the pit of the stomach), with difficult breathing,

Anxiety and hot skin (after eighteen hours),

Anxiety at night; he would flee from bed and seek help on account of an indescribable distressing sensation,

Anxiety, with loss of strength, as if he would die, more after midnight than before,

Anxiety and apprehension as if he wished to take his own life, for an hour in the twilight, towards evening,

Great apprehension at night; cannot remain in bed,

(The anxiety which she had before taking the drug disappeared, but at times she was obliged to weep),

Fear and despair on account of sad thoughts, which she could not get rid of,

He thought an enemy wished to poison him,

He is frightened by a trifle (on falling asleep) as if he had dreaded the greatest misfortune,

Ill-humored, depressed; could easily begin to weep,

Ill-humored, depressed, and in despair,

Fretfulness in the open air, he could fall asleep while walking,


Disposition to criticize and find fault, from 7 to 9 P.M. (seventeenth day),

Impatient and vexed at every trifle; she does not endure being talked to,


Impatient desire to accomplish several kinds of business, chiefly intellectual, with the fulness and pain in the forehead (twenty-third day),

Confusion of mind, he thought he would die,

Great averse to any kind of labor, for eight years,

He was severe to every, even slight occupation,

Inaptitude to mental labor, at 9 and 10 P.M., preceding an itching from the middle of left leg to the ankle, more on the skin and outside of it (fourth day),

Very slow ideas,

Can not be satisfied, is indifferent to business,

He could control the flow of ideas and unimpededly think of whatever he wished without being disturbed by any distracting thoughts,

He is able to control his thoughts, and can reflect quietly as long as he wishes upon any subject that pleases him, and then can change to another train of thought, with quiet slow respiration,

Mathematical and mechanical calculations (thirteenth night),

Loss of thought

it seems as though he were thinking, yet he has no thoughts,

for example, if he wished to write twelve he put down one, but could not think of the two; when he held the paper in his hand he was first obliged to recall to mind what he really had in his hand,

Loss of thought, like a swimming of the eyes, frequently like a vanishing of all thoughts,

Thought at times vanished, and she became dizzy,

Absence of thought, while walking, after a meal (after twenty-eight hours),

He was exhausted, thought was difficult, and talking irksome, or he was quite averse to it,

Mental exhaustion for several days, he could not at all collect his thoughts, and was almost stupid,

Forgetfulness; he could not recollect what had just taken place,

Memory is very dull; he can with difficulty recall things and names, even the most familiar, though sometimes the memory is quite clear and distinct, if he has no chill,

Weakness of memory,

Considerable coma,

Intellect clouded, has little recollection of her suffering,

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