Veratrum Album - Generalities symptoms - ClarkeWhite Hellebore, Veratrum, Ver-a, Verat.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Veratrum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Paralytic pain in limbs, as after great fatigue or exhaustion.
Drowsy insensibility, or coma vigil, with incomplete consciousness, starts with fright, and eyes half open, or shut only on one side.
(Drowsy in evening, yet cannot sleep at night.)
R. T. C.).
Nocturnal sleeplessness, with great anguish.
Sleep, long, uninterrupted, heavy, too profound.
Sleep, with the arms passed over the head.
Dreams anxious, of being bitten by a dog and cannot escape; of being hunted of robbers, with frightened awakening and a fixed idea that the dream is true; of quarrels; frightful, followed by vomiting of a very tenacious, green mucus.
Moaning or whining during sleep.
Sleep with thirst and diuresis.
Paroxysms of pain, which always occasion, for a short time, delirium and dementia.
Drawing pain in limbs, esp. during a long walk.
Pressive pain, as of a fracture, in limbs, muscles, and bones.
Tearing in extensors, when seated.
Pains (rheumatic) in limbs, which are rendered insupportable by the heat of bed, amel. on getting up, and which disappear completely when walking, generally manifesting themselves towards 4 or 5 a.m.
Pains in limbs, agg. in spring and autumn by bad weather, when it is cold and damp.
Pain agg. by hearing another speak.
Relaxation of muscles.
Continuous weakness and trembling.
Fits of cramp, and convulsive movements of limbs.
Tetanic stiffness of the body.
Attack of spasm, with clenching of jaws, loss of sense and movement, and convulsive jerking of eyes and eyelids; before the attack, anguish, discouragement, and despair.
Tonic spasms, sometimes with contraction of palms of hands, and soles of feet, which are spasmodically drawn inward.
Several of the symptoms are renewed by rising up, and amel. by lying down.
Sudden, general, and paralytic prostration of strength.
Excessive chronic weakness, which does not permit to be seated, nor to remain lying down, or else excited by the least movement.
Syncope, sometimes also on the least movement (characteristic).
Tingling in whole body, as far as ends of fingers and toes.
The patient is affected by the open air.
Inflammation of inner organs, esp. those of digestion.
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