Note: Wherever it is found,
"<" denotes aggravation (worse by) and ">" denotes
amelioration (better by)
of fresh bulb.
Change of temperature
< Evening and night
< Cold, wet weather
< Drinking bad water
< After eating
< Open air
> Sitting bent
-he will never get well, not bear any medicine
-of being poisoned.
-Wants many things, pleased with nothing.
-Impatient and restless; must move; impulse to run.
- < when alone [Sadness; fear; restlessness]
to fleshy persons, used to high living,
who suffer from dyspepsia, catarrhal affections.
-The child is drowsy, lifeless, extremely pale, bowels torpid, will not walk.
-Stinging burning pains; increase gradually till they reach their climax, then decline gradually.
-Head-Aches before menses, ceases during, < afterwards.
-Mouth-Tongue pale, red papillae.
-Hair sensation on tongue < reading.
-G.I.T.-Acts on intestinal mucous membranes; increasing peristalsis.
-Patients who eat a great deal more, especially meat, than they drink.
-Voracious appetite. Disposed to excesses at table.
-Desire for butter.
-Digestion is disordered by slightest error in diet.
-Much sweetish saliva, after meals, at night.
-Incarcerated flatus; pressing pain in epigastrium and transverse colon >sitting bent and lying.
-Distensive pains; pressing from within outwards.
-Respiratory system-Pulmonary tuberculosis. Haemoptysis.
-Cough in morning after leaving bedroom, with much difficult expectoration cough when smoking.
-Female genitalia-Suppurating pimples and eruptions in vagina, on breasts, vulva, during menses.
-Extensive excoriation of skin of internal portion of thighs.
-Extremities-The legs do not grow as rapidly as rest of the body.
-Rheumatism of hips.
-Intolerable pain in hips; in common tendon of psoas and iliacus muscles < least movement; on attempting to cross legs, unbearable pain causing him to cry out; but no pain, if he lifts the limb gently with his hand.
Voracious appetite. Patients who eat a great
deal more, especially meat, than they drink.
2. Much sweetish saliva, after meals, and at night.
3. Hair sensation on tongue < reading.
|NUCLEUS OF REMEDY
- High living.
- Voracious appetite.
- Craving meat.
- Sweetish saliva.
- Foetid sputum.
Voracious appetite. Patients eat a great deal
more, especially meat, than they drink.
voracious, Arterial hypotension, Colitis,
Dyspepsia (in fleshy subjects),
Haemoptysis, Hip joint disease, Kochs, Peristalsis increased, Vaso-dilatation.
-Affects deeply all flesh eating animals and hardly at all vegetarians. Hence, its special applicability to meat eaters rather than to exclusive vegetarians.
-Incompatible- Aloe, Allium-c, Scilla.