Zizia Aurea - Appendix symptomsZizia, Meadow Parsnip, Ziz.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Zizia Aurea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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(E. E. Marcy, M.D., North Am. Journ., vol. iv, 1855, p. 52). 1, Judge Gray says a gentleman chewed a piece of the root; 2, same, relates the case of a young lady who ate a large root; 3, Dr. Marcy, in a case of epilepsy the patient took more than the prescribed dose; 4, Marcy himself took 5 drops 3d dil. every four hours, until some effects were produced, also two other gentlemen and one lady took the same dilution, and Dr. O. Fullgraff took 1st dil. and tincture; 5, Under inspection of M. E. Lazarus, M.D., Miss J. L., in her twenty-third year, has suffered in years past from dyspepsia, difficulties of kidneys, and from asthma, during two years past chiefly from occasional paroxysms of nervous and sick headache, with pains between shoulderblades, and disorders of uterine function, without serious organic change or displacement; at each inhalation 4 drops 3d dil. were added to 4 tablespoonfuls of water, and inhaled four times a day for six days, for ten minutes each time; during a proving of four days the symptoms were like those she had often observed, but they all appeared in increased severity in the second proving; the actual state of health at time of beginning the second proving was good.
Carum aureum, Bentham and Hooker.
Thapsium aureum, Nutt. (Smyrnium aureum, Linn; Zizia aurea, Koch).
Natural order, Umbelliferae.
Common name, Meadow parsnips.
Preparation, Tincture of the root.≡ more ...