Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stramonium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sadness, with deadly anguish, and copious tears, esp. in evening, in bed.
Anguish of conscience.
Inconsolable disposition, and susceptibility to irritation by trifles.
Great activity and rapidity of movement.
Obstinacy and self-will.
Bursts of laughter, alternating with choleric passion or moaning.
Howling and groans.
Murmurs, or continued cries.
Ungovernable fury, desire to bite, to strike and to kill.
At one time great indifference to matters of business, at another time fear of being found incapable of discharging them properly.
Love of procrastinating and loss of will-power (cured in a man, 75)
R. T. C.).
Desire to run away.
Desire for society, candle-light, sunshine, because darkness and solitude agg. the moral symptoms.
The moral Symptoms are agg.-After the autumnal equinox.
Loss of memory (loses thoughts before she can utter them; calls things by wrong names).
Dulness of all the senses, insensibility to external influences (insensibility to mental impressions).
Dizziness, with internal agitation.
Mental derangement, esp. in drunkards.
Loquacious delirium and mania.
Mania-à-potu with clonic spasms and desire for light and company.
Deliria, generally characterised by terror, with visions of frightful spectres.
Loss of consciousness, so that the patient forgets his own Relations.
Fixed ideas; the body is supposed to be cut in two.
Delusions of fancy, in which all surrounding objects appear to be very small, and the sufferer himself very large, and on an elevation.
Deliria, with strange ideas.
Mental alienation, with praying and pious actions (prayers, hymns, devout aspect, &c.).
Mania, generally with endless fictions of imagination, lascivious talking, conversation with spectres, affectation of importance, dancing, laughter, and blows, or ridiculous buffoonery, in constant alternation with sad and serious behaviour.
Hallucinations a voice near r. mastoid process scolding her; frightful, of rats, mice, cats, dogs, and animals moving.
Hallucinations that = terror or rage.
Saw people coming out of all corners.
Rush of blood to head with furious loquacious delirium.
Fear of losing his senses; that his lips will grow together; that he will suffocate; of failing; of everything falling on her.
Boy seemed to see black objects, spoke of black people, black clouds, and grasped at air.
Awakens with a shrinking look as if afraid of first thing she sees.
Dulness of senses before a rash.
Conversing in different languages.
Talking in Jewish jargon.
Mania from shock.
Nervousness and restlessness.≡ more ...