Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sarsaparilla in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Diminished secretion of urine.
Frequent discharge of pale, copious urine.
Tenesmus, with pressure on bladder, and discharge of a white and turbid matter, mixed with mucus.
Frequent and ineffectual want to urinate, or with scanty emission.
Frequent urination with hard stool.
Burning while urine passes with discharge of elongated flakes.
Frequent and profuse emission of pale urine, day and night, often without any sensation in urinary organs.
Turbid urine, like clay water.
Fiery, scanty, red urine.
Thread-like flakes in urine.
Blood in urine towards the end of an emission (after which the pain, when urinating, abates).
Urine charged with gravel or small pebbles.
Where the patient has gravel, and there is considerable deposit in the urine which looks like grey sand; also pus in urine.
Great pain just as the urine ceases to flow; excessive pain in urethra which may run back into abdomen.
The infant cries before and during micturition, passes large quantities of sand.
Can pass urine only when standing; when he sits it dribbles.
Burning sensation in urethra during every urination.
(Burning in urethra with incontinence of urine, agg. in daytime, agg. when urine is high-coloured, and agg. after drinking beer.)
Much scalding up urethra while urinating, urine high-coloured with lithates, enuresis day and night.
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Cramps in bladder, with contractive pain.
Stones in the bladder.
Discharge of pus from the urethra, as in gonorrhoea.
Jerking sensation along male urethra.
Pain at meatus urinarius with women.
Inflammation and redness of glans.
Herpes on the prepuce.
Desire for coition, with frequent and painful pollutions.
Bloody pollutions; spermatic cords swollen, sexual excitement makes them ache and sensitive.
Fetid exhalation from genital organs.
Swelling of cords from unrequited sexual excitement.
Bad effects from gonorrhoea suppressed by Merc Viv Mercury.
Old dry sycotic warts remaining after mercurial treatment for gouty pains.
Dysmenorrhoea, began in morning, with bitter vomiting, diarrhoea, and fainting fits, with exceedingly cold sweats; l. breast so tender held her hand in front of it to avoid contact.
Leucorrhoea on walking; pain at meatus urinarius after urinating.
Climaxis asthma agg. lying down; back pains agg. by pressure.
Suppuration of breasts.
Nipples retracted; shrivelled, insensitive, not irritable.
Catamenia retarded, scanty, and acrid; very copious, even to haemorrhage (in an old maid).
During menses, want to urinate, excoriation between thighs, pinchings in abdomen, and squeezing, as if by a claw, in loins and pit of stomach.≡ more ...