Schinus MolleSchinus Schi-m.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Schinus Molle in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Schinus molle, Linn.
Natural order, Anacardiaceae.
Common names. This evergreen shrub, a native of Mexico and South America, is frequently cultivated in Southern California under the names "Pepper tree," "Chili pepper," etc.
Preparation, Tincture of the berries.
1, Dr. P. W. Poulson, Med. Invest., 1875, 1, p. 449, Miss --- ate three or four berries after dinner; 2, effects on Dr. P. of eating leaves and berries.
She was shortly after attacked with pain in the bowels and long-continued vomiting. She expressed herself to me, "It was if all my bowels should be emptied out." When the gastric symptoms abated a little, a profuse diarrhoea continued all night. The vomiting was extremely painful, but the diarrhoea was painless,
Heartburn, dryness of the oesophagus and breath, rolling and flatulence of the bowels, and a griping sensation in the liver; also a kind of drawing sensation as in the spinal cord and cerebellum,≡ more ...