Senega - RelationshipsSnake Wort, Senega Officinalis, Polygala senega, Seneg.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Senega in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare Saponin (a derivative of Senega root). In bronchial affections, Ammon. Fat, plethoric people disposed to catarrhs, Calc Carb Calc. Muscular asthenopia, loss of voice, paralysis (facial, &c.), Causticum Caust. Laryngeal and pulmonary catarrh, Phosphorus Pho. Bronchial catarrh, Spongia Tosta Spo. Whooping-cough, Coc. c., Kali Bich K. bi.. (Seneg. clear phlegm, cough agg. towards evening; Coc. c. clear phlegm agg. morning; K. bi. yellow phlegm agg. morning). Pleurodynia, pleurisy, Bryonia Bry. Mucous phthisis, Stn. Causation.
Compare Sapon., Calc Carb Calc. carb., Causticum Caustic., Baryt. (in fat children); Asparagus Officinalis Aspar. (bronchial and cystic catarrh, both drugs have difficult detachment of mucus, turbid urine with burning, etc. Senega, more a shaking cough; Asparagus Officinalis Aspar., one that causes gagging latter has, too, more weakness of heart, and tendency to gravel and gout in old people); Bryonia Bryon., Scilla Maritima Scilla., Hep Sulph Calc Hepar, Cubebs, Copaiva (last two in frothy urine with mucous shreds).
Related Causticum Caus
Bites, poisonous. Sprains.