Senecio Jacobaea - General symptomsSenecio Jacoboea, Senecio, Senec-j.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Senecio Jacobaea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Giddiness (third and fifth days).
occasional giddiness (ninth, tenth, and eleventh days).
giddiness, a sensation as if the brain was pressing forward so strong that it feels like hard work to stand up (twelfth day).
giddiness in the open air (fourteenth day).
giddiness (twenty-fifth day).
giddiness, coming on suddenly, several times to-day, feeling like a wave from the occiput to the sinciput (twenty-ninth day),.
Faeces in hard lumps, mixed with mucus of a yellow color (eighth day).
faeces seem to be natural (ninth day).
morning, stool a little thinner than usual, composed entirely of faeces, as far as I can judge from its appearance, in the evening, after supper, thin dark-colored stool, with much straining (tenth day).
stool thin, of a dark color (eleventh day).
one thin watery stool, with much tenesmus (fourteenth day),.
Increased flow of urine (fourth day).
urine about 24 ounces, and high-colored (seventh day).
about 20 ounces and high-colored (eighth day).
urinated three times to-day, in all about 20 ounces of high-colored urine (ninth day).
8 ounces of high-colored urine (tenth day).
12 ounces, specific gravity 1035, and high-colored (eleventh day).
12 ounces (high-colored, sp. gr. 1030) (twelfth day).
10 ounces, high colored, sp. gr. 1038 (fourteenth day).
10 ounces, sp. gr. 1040, in the morning, 1030 in the evening (fifteenth day).
12 ounces, high-colored, sp. gr. 1038 (seventeenth day).
40 ounces, sp. gr. 1036 (eighteenth day).
normal quantity, sp. gr. 1025 (nineteenth day).
normal quantity, sp. gr. 1030 (twentieth day).
normal quantity, sp. gr. 1040 (twenty-first day).
normal quantity, sp. gr. 1040 (twenty-second day).
normal in quantity and color, sp. gr. 1040 (twenty-third and twenty-fourth days).
for the past two weeks the urine has been of the normal color and quantity, from 30 to 35 ounces a day, average sp. gr. 1040 (thirty-seventh day),.
Restless sleep. lascivious dreams (fourth night).
unquiet sleep (fifth night).
restless sleep. frequent waking during the night.
walking so imperceptible that, without an effort, I could not tell whether I had been asleep or not, and sometimes not even then (ninth night).
slept better than last night, but sleep is still restless and uneasy (tenth night).
slept well (fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth nights).
sleep uneasy (seventeenth night),.
Many dreams (fifth night).
many dreams, mostly of an intellectual character, and about different events of my life, showing an uncommon activity of memory and of the intellectual faculties generally (sixth night).
dreams indistinct (seventh night).
many dreams about ships and cargoes, wagons and teams, writing, fighting, and breakneck adventures, always coming off lucky (ninth night).
many dreams, about the events of the day mostly (tenth night).
many dreams about everyday occurrences.
pleasant dreams (eleventh night).
many dreams of an intellectual character (fourteenth night).
many dreams of a pleasant character (fifteenth and sixteenth nights),.
Senecio jacoboea. St. James' Wort. Staggerwort. Ragwort. N. O. Compositae. Tincture of fresh plant.
Cooper has published (H. W., xxxv. 154) observations with Sen. jac., the common Ragwort, which, with its yellow flowers, is such a conspicuous feature of English roadsides and commons throughout the summer months. Cooper ($51$) gave a lady, 57 (who had slight otorrhoea of left ear with deafness on that side), a single dose of Sen. jac. Ø. Immediately after, she began to feel depressed in mind and body.
it seemed as if her brain would not work, for she talked incoherently. The bowels began acting in gushes, and a bladder weakness was aggravated, so that there was enuresis night and day for three days. (2) Another woman from a single dose of the same had "exhaustion in the back of the head." (3) A lady, 51, had had depression all her life, coming in fits. "Memory and everything goes," cannot talk coherently to herself, and dislikes conversation in others. On July 1, 1900, she wrote "Have suffered agony from awful feeling of torpor of brain, which has made it an effort to put words together, memory seemed to go, felt altogether insensible.
bowels have been confined." One dose of Sen. jac. Ø was given, and removed the depression and relieved all the other symptoms.
it also produced this Constant rigidity of muscles, chiefly of neck and shoulders, agg. at night.
it seems like a habit, "and I try to relax them but find it most difficult.
it seems to run back involuntarily, so that the weight of the head is somehow held in this way, and though touching the pillow does not rest on it. Sometimes in the day the upper part of the legs gets a sort of ague fit of shaking." On this Cooper remarks "The exhaustion felt after a dose of Sen. jac. in the back of the head in case 2, and the cropping up as a new symptom of this strange-looking rigidity of the muscles of the neck, at night chiefly, together with the shaking of the legs in the daytime, points to inco-ordinate muscular action due to deranged cerebral control." Cooper adds this case A man, 68, many years apoplectically inclined, had constant twitchings at night with vascular deafness of right ear, loss of memory, pressure and heat of head after a dose of Sen. jac. Ø he remained comfortable for three months and hearing improved. Sen jac. has been used like Sen. Aurum Metallicum aur. in cases of menstrual irregularity. Gerarde mentions "green wounds and old filthy ulcers" as benefited by it, also "old aches and pains in the arms, hips, and legs." SYMPTOMS.
Brain, affections of. Cerebro-spinal irritation. Depression. Enuresis. Headache. Twitchings.