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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.
Affections of the mind in general; tired of life, but fear to die; amativeness; haughtiness; delirium; madness; sensitiveness; memory weak, or entirely lost (H. N. G.).
Melancholy dejection, sadness, and inclination to weep.
Inconsolable affliction, with howlings and cries on account of imaginary misfortunes.
Melancholy, head hangs down, sits brooding in silence.
Excessive anguish and inquietude, with apprehension and troubled conscience, esp. at night, or in morning, often also when getting out of bed, or rising from a seat.
Strong tendency to be frightened, and timidity.
Discouragement and despair (hopelessness of life).
Busy restlessness, constant motion, with great inclination for labour.
Disposition to be angry at the least thing, often followed by anxiety, and palpitation of the heart.
Woman, 66, after paralytic seizure became maniacal, extremely angry, constantly accusing her nurses, pupils contracted, continual excitement, often incoherent a dose of Ver. a. increased these symptoms, and then a single dose of Ver. v. Ø calmed all down (R. T. C.).
Loquaciousness, he talks rapidly.
Swearing, inclination to run away, tearing things.
Is conscious only as in a dream.
Cannot bear to be left alone; yet persistently refuses to talk.
Strong disposition to silence, with abusive language on the slightest provocation; if he talks he scolds, and the voice is weak and scarcely audible.
Disposition to converse about the faults of others.
(He hunts up other people's weak sides and reproaches them.).
She is continually accusing and scolding her husband when dying of phthisis.
Never speaks the truth; does not know herself what she is saying.
Erroneous and haughty notions.
Thinks himself distinguished; squanders his money, proud of his position.
Imagines he is a hunter.
Immoderate gaiety and loquacity.
Fury, with impulse to bite, to tear everything, and to run away.
Loss of memory.
Absence of ideas.
Loss of sense.
Insanity, he wants to cut up everything.
Unusually joyous mood.
Mild delirium, with trembling excitement.
Mental alienation and insanity, with singing, whistling, laughing, inclination to run from place to place, extravagant and haughty ideas and actions, or else a disposition to ascribe to one's self diseases which are altogether imaginary (thinks herself pregnant, or that she will be delivered soon).
Persistent raging with great heat of body.
Swallowing his own excrement.
Paroxysms of amorous or religious alienation.
Mental disorders, with lechery and obscene talk.
Kisses everybody; before menses.
Puerperal mania and convulsions.
Nymphomania with violence and destructiveness.
Violent delirium (religious or exalted).
Suicidal tendency from religious despair.≡ more ...