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Chamomilla.
Matricaria Chambilla. (Compositae)

Persons, especially children, with light brown hair, nervous, excitable temperament; oversensitive from use or abuse of coffee or narcotics. Children, new-born and during period of dentition. Peevish, irritable, oversensitive to pain, driven to despair (Coff.); snappish, cannot return a civil answer. Child exceedingly irritable, fretful; quiet only when carried; impatient, wants this or that and becomes angry when refused, or when offered, petulantly rejects it (Bry., Cina, Kreos.); "too ugly to live;" cross, spiteful. Piteous moaning of child because he cannot have what he wants; whining restlessness. Patient cannot endure any one near him; is cross, cannot bear to be spoken to (Sil.); averse to talking, answers peevishly. Complaints from anger, especially chill and fever. Pain: seems unendurable, drives to despair; < by heat; < evening before midnight; with heat, thirst and fainting; with numbness of affected part; eructations <. One cheek red and hot, the other pale and cold. Oversensitive to open air; great aversion to wind, especially about ears. Toothache if anything warm is taken into the mouth (Bis., Bry., Coff.); on entering a warm room; in bed; from coffee; during menses or pregnancy. Labor pains; spasmodic, distressing, wants to get away from them; tearing down the legs; press upward. Diarrhoea: from cold, anger or chagrin; during dentition; after tabacco; in child-bed; from downward motion (Bor., Sanic.). Stool green, watery, corroding, like chopped eggs and spinach; hot, very offensive, like rotten eggs. Nipples inflamed, tender to touch (Helon., Phyt.); infant's breasts tender to touch. Milk runs out in nursing women (runs out after weaning, Con.). Convulsions of children from nursing, after a fit of anger in mother (Nux - after fright in mother, Op.). Violent rheumatic pains drive him out of bed at night, compel him to walk about (Rhus). Sleepy, but cannot sleep (Bell., Caust., Op.). Burning of soles at night, puts feet out of bed (Puls., Med., Sulph.).

Relations: - Complementary: Bell. in diseases of children, cranial nerves; Cham., abdominal nerves. In cases spoiled by the use of opium or morphine in complaints of children. Compare: Bell., Bor., Bry., Coff., Puls., Sulph. Mental calmness contra-indicates Chamomilla.

Aggravation. - By heat; anger; evening, before midnight; open air; in the wind; eructations.

Amelioration. - From being carried; fasting; warm, wet weather.

 

Chelidonium Majus.
Celandine (Papaveraceae)

Persons of light complexion, blondes; thin, spare, irritable; subject to hepatic, gastric and abdominal complaints (Pod.); every age, sex and temperament. Constant pain under the lower and inner angle of right scapula (Kali c., Mer. - under the left, Chenop. g., Sang.). Ailments: brought on or renewed by change of weather (Mer.); all lessen after dinner. Tongue coated thickly yellow, with red edges, showing imprint of teeth (Pod. - large, flabby, with imprint of teeth, Mer.). Desire for very hot drinks, unless almost boiling stomach will not retain them (Ars., Casc.). Periodic orbital neuralgia (right side), with excessive lachrymation; tears fairly gush out (Rhus). Constipation: stool, hard, round balls like sheep's dung (Op., Plumb.); alternate constipation and diarrhoea. Diarrhoea: at night; slimy, ligh-gray; bright-yellowish; brown or white, watery, pasty; involuntary. Face, forehead, nose, cheeks, remarkably yellow. Yellow-gray color of the skin; wilted skin; of the palms of hands (Sep.). Hepatic diseases; jaundice, pain in right shoulder. Pneumonia of right lung, liver complications (Mer.). Spasmodic cough; small lumps of mucus fly from mouth when coughing (Bad., Kali c.). Affects right side most; right eye, right lung, right hypochondrium and abdomen, right hip and leg; right foot cold as ice, left natural (Lyc.). Old, putrid, spreading ulcers, with a history of liver disease, or of a tubercular diathesis. Gall-stones, with pain under the right shoulder-blade (terrible attacks of gall-stone colic, Card. m.).

Relations: - Chel. antidotes the abuse of Bry., especially in hepatic complaints. Compare: Acon., Bry., Lyc., Mer., Nux, Sang., Sep., Sulph. Ars., Lyc., Sulph. follow well, and will often be required to complete the cure.

 

Cicuta Virosa.
Water Hemlock (Umbelliferae)

Women subject to epileptic and choreic convulsions; spasms of teething children, or from worms. Convulsions: violent, with frightful distortions of limbs and whole body; with loss of consciousness; opisthotonos; renewed from slightest touch, noise or jar. Puerperal convulsions: frequent suspension of breathing for a few moments, as if dead; upper part of the body most affected; continue after delivery. Epilepsy: with swelling of the stomach as from violent spasms of the diaphragm; screaming; red or bluish face; lockjaw, loss of consciousness and distortion of limbs; frequent during the night; recurring, first at short, then at long intervals. When reading, the letters seem to turn, go up or down or disappear (Coc.). During dentition, grinding of teeth or gums; compression of the jaws as in lockjaw. Abnormal appetite for chalk and indigestible things; for coal or charcoal; child eats them with apparent relish (Alum., Psor.). Suffer violent shocks through head, stomach, arms, legs, which cause jerkings of the parts; head hot. Injurious chronic effects from concussions of the brain and spine, especially spasms; trismus and tetanus from getting splinters into flesh (Hyper.). Pustules which run together, forming thick, yellow scabs, on head and face. Sycosis menti. Eczema: no itching; exudation forms into a hard lemon-colored crust. Brain disease from suppressed eruptions.

Relations: - Compare: Hydr. ac., Hyper., Nux, Strych.

Aggravation. - From tabacco smoke (Ign.); touch.

 

Cina.
Worm Seed. (Compositae)

Adapted to children with dark hair, very cross, irritable, ill-humored, want to be carried, but carrying gives no relief; does not want to be touched; cannot bear you to come hear it; averse to caresses; desires many things; but rejects everything offered (compare, Ant. t., Bry., Cham., Staph.). Constantly digging and boring at the nose; picks the nose all the time; itching of nose; rubs nose on pillow, or on shoulder of nurse (Mar. v.). Children, suffering from worms; pitiful weeping when awake, starts and screams during sleep; grinding of teeth (Cic., Sulph.); ascarides (Mar. v.). Face is pale; sickly white and bluish appearance around mouth; sickly, with dark rings under the eyes; one cheek red, the other pale (Cham.). Canine hunger: hungry soon after a full meal; craving for sweets and different things; refuses mother's milk. Urine; turbid when passed, turns milky and semi-solid after standing; white and turbid; involuntary. Cough: dry with sneezing; spasmodic, gagging in the morning; periodic, returning spring and fall. Child is afraid to speak or move for fear of bringing on a paroxysm of coughing (Bry.).

Relations: - Compare: Ant. c., Ant. t., Bry., Cham., Kreos., Sil., Staph., in irritability of children. In pertusis, after Drosera has relieved the severe symptoms. Has cured aphonia from exposure when Acon., Phos. and Spong. had failed. Is frequently to be thought of, in children, as an epidemic remedy, when adults require other drugs. Santonie sometimes cures in worm affections when Cina seems indicated, but fails (Mar. v., Spig.).

 

Cinchona (China).
Peruvian Bark (Rubiaceae)

For stout, swarthy persons; for systems, once robust, which have become debilitated, "broken down" from exhausting discharges (Carbo v.). Apathetic, indifferent, taciturn (Phos. ac.); despondent, gloomy, has no desire to live, but lacks courage to commit suicide. Ailments: from loss of vital fluids, especially haemorrhages, excessive lactation, diarrhoea, suppuration (Chin. s.); of malarial origin, with marked periodicity; return every other day. After climacteric with profuse haemorrhages; acute diseases often result in dropsy. Pains: drawing or tearing; in every joint, all the bones. Peristeum, as if strainted, sore all over; obliged to move limbs frequently, as motion gives relief; renewed by contact, and then gradually increase to a great height. Headache: as if the skull would burst; intense throbbing of head and carotids, face flushed; from occiput over whole head; < sitting or lying, must stand or walk; after haemorrhage or sexual excesses. Face pale, hippocratic; eyes sunken and surrounded by blue margins; pale, sickly expression as after excesses; toothache while nursing the child. Excessive flatulence of stomach and bowels; fermentation, borborygmus, belching gives no relief (belching relieves, Carbo v.); < after eating fruit (Puls.). Colic: at a certain hour each day; periodical, form gall-stones (Card.m.); worse at night and after eating; better bending double (Coloc.). Great debility, trembling, aversion to exercise; sensitive to touch, to pain, to drafts of air; entire nervous system extremely sensitive. Unrefreshing sleep or constant sopor; < after 3 a. m.; wakens early. Haemorrhages: of mouth, nose, bowels or uterus; long continued; longing for sour things. Disposition to haemorrhage from every orifice of the body, with ringing in ears, fainting, loss of sight, general coldness, sometimes convulsions (Fer., Phos.). Pains are < by slightest touch, but > by hard presure (Caps., Plumb.). One hand icy cold, the other warm (Dig., Ipec., Puls.). Intermittent fever: paroxysm anticipates from two to three hours each attack (Chin. s.); returns every seven or fourteen days; never at night; sweats profusely all over on being covered, or during sleep (Con.).

Relations: - Complementary: Ferrum. Follows well: Cal. p. in hydrocephaloid. Compare: Chin. s. in intermittent fever, anticipating type. Incompatible: after, Dig., Sel. Is useful in bad effects from excessive tea drinking or abuse of chamomile tea, when haemorrhage results.

Aggravation. - From slightest touch; draft of air; every other day; mental emotions; loss of vital fluids.

Amelioration. - Hard pressure; bending double.

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