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Lilium Tigrinum.
Tiger Lily. (Liliaceae.)

Affects principally the left side of the body (Lach., Thuja). Tormented about her salvation (Lyc., Sulph., Ver.), with ovarian or uterine complaints; consolation <. Wild, crazy feeling on vertex; confused ideas. Profound depression of spirits; can hardly avoid weeping; is very timid, fearful and weeps much; indifferent about what is being done for her. Anxious: about the disease; fears the symptoms indicate an organic affection; marked in both sexes. Disposed to curse, strike, to think obscene things (Anac., Lac c.); alternates with uterine irritation. Listless, yet cannot sit still; restless, yet does not want to walk; must keep busy to repress sexual desire. Desire to do something, hurried manner, yet has no ambition; aimless, hurried motion (Arg. n.). Fears: being alone, insanity, heart disease; fears she is incurable; some impending calamity or disease. Headaches and mental ailments depending on uterine irritation or displacement. Menstrual irregularities and irritable heart. Cannot walk on uneven ground; Pains in small spots; constantly shifting (Kali bi.). Frequent urging to urinate; if desire is not attended to, sensation of congestion in chest. Bearing-down sensation; in abdomen and pelvis, as though all organs would escape (Lac. c., Murex, Sep.); < supporting vulval with hand; with palpitation. Menses: early, scanty, dark, offensive; flow only when moving about; cease to flow when she ceases to walk (Caust. - on lying down, Kreos., Mag. c.). Sensation as if heart was grasped in a vise (Cac.); as if blood had all gone to the heart; feels full to bursting; inability to walk erect. Pulsations over whole body, and full, distented feeling as if blood would burst through the vessel (Aesc.). Palpitation, fluttering; faint, hurried, anxious sensation about apex; sharp pain in left chest awakens at night; irregular pulse; extremities cold and covered with cold sweat; < after eating, lying on either side (on left side, Lach.). Rapid heart-beat, 150 to 170 per minute. Constant desire to defecate and urinate (with prolapsus), from pressure in rectum. Weak and atonic condition of ovaries, uterus and pelvic tissues, resulting in anteversion, retroversion, sub-involution (Helon., Sep.); slow recovery after labor; nearly always with constipation, from inactivity.

Relations: - Compare: Act., Agar., Cac., Helon.,

 

Lobelia Inflata.
Indian Tobacco. (Lobeliaceae.)

Best adapted to persons of light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, inclined to be fleshy. Gastric derangements, extreme nausea and vomiting; morning sickness; spasmodic asthma; pertusis, with dyspnoea threatening suffocation. Headache: gastric, with nausea, vomiting and great prostration; following intoxication; < afternoon until midnight; sudden pallor with profuse sweat (Tab.); < by tobacco or tobacco smoke. Vomiting: face bathed with cold sweat; of pregnancy, profuse salivation (Lac. ac. - at night, Mer.); chronic with good appetite, with nausea, profuse sweat and marked prostration. Faintness, weakness and an indescribable feeling at epigastrium, from excessive use of tea or tobacco. Urine: of a deep orange red color; copious red sediment. Dyspnoea: from constriction of middle of chest; < with every labor pain, seems to neutralize the pains; < by exposure to cold or slightest exertion, going up or down stairs (Ipec.). Sensation of congestion, pressure or weight in chest as if blood from extremities was filling it, > by rapid walking. Sensation as if heart would stand still; deep seated pain at base (at apex, Lil.). Sacrum: extreme sensitiveness; cannot bear the slightest touch, even of a soft pillow; sits leaning forward to avoid contact with clothes.

Relations: - Compare: Ant. t., Ars., Ipec., Tab., Ver.

Aggravation. - Slightest motion; touch, cold.

Amelioration. - Chest pain by walking rapidly. For the bad effects of drunkenness in people with light hair, blue or grey eyes, florid complexion, corpulent, Lobelia bears the same relation that Nux vomica does to persons of the opposite temperament.

 

Lycopodium Clavatum.
Wolf's Foot; Club Moss (Lycopodiaceae)

For persons intellectually keen, but physically weak; upper part of body emaciated, lower part semi-dropsical; predisposed to lung and hepatic affections (Cal., Phos., Sulph.); especially the extremes of life, children and old people. Deep-seated, progressive, chronic diseases. Pains: aching-pressure, drawing; chiefly right sided, < four to eight P.M. Affects right side, or pain goes from right to left; throat, chest, abdomen, liver, ovaries. Children, weak, emaciated; with well-developed head but puny, sickly bodies. Baby cries all day, sleeps all night (rev. of, Jal., Psor.). Ailments from fright, anger, mortification, or vexation with reserved displeasure (Staph.). Avaricious, greedy, miserly, malacious, pusillanimous. Irritable; peevish and cross on walking; ugly, kick and scream; easily angered; cannot endure opposition or contradiction; seeks disputes; is beside himself. Weeps all day, cannot calm herself; very sensitive, even cries when thanked. Dread of men; of solitude, irritable and melancholy; fear of being alone (Bis., Kali c., Lil.). Complexion pale, dirty; unhealthy; sallow, with deep furrows, looks older than he is; fan-like motion of the alae nasi (Ant. t.). Catarrh: dry, nose stopped at night, must breathe through the mouth (Am. c., Nux, Samb.); snuffles, child starts from sleep rubbing its nose; of root of nose and frontal sinuses; crusts and elastic plugs (Kali bi., Marum). Diphtheria; fauces brownish red, deposit spreads from right tonsil to left, or descends from nose to right tonsil; < after sleep and from cold drinks (from warm drinks, Lach.). Everything tastes sour; eructations, heartburn, waterbrash, sour vomiting (between chill and heat). Canine hunger; the more he eats, the more he craves; head aches if does not eat. Gastric affections; excessive accumulation of flatulence; constant sensation of satiety; good appetite, but a few mouthfuls fill up to the throat, and he feels bloated; fermentation in abdomen, with loud grumbling, croaking, especially lower abdomen (upper abdomen, Carbo v. - entire abdomen, Cinch.); fulness not relieved by belching (Cinch.). Constipation: since puberty; since last confinement; when away from home; of infants; with ineffectual urging, rectum contracts and protrudes during stool, developing piles. Red sand in urine, on child's diaper (Phos.); child cries before urinating (Bor.); pain in back, relieved by urinating; renal colic, right side (left side, Berb.). Impotence: of young men, from onanism or sexual excess; penis small, cold, relaxed; old men, with strong desire but imperfect erections; falls asleep during embrace; premature emissions. Dryness of vagina; burning in, during and after coition (Lys.); physometra. Discharge of blood from genitals during every stool. Foetus appears to be turning somersaults. Hernia: right sided, has cured many cases especially in children. Pneumonia; neglected or maltreated, base of right lung involved especially; to hasten absorption or expectoration. Cough deep, hollow, even raising mucus in large quantities affords little relief. One foot hot and the other cold (Cinch., Dig., Ipec.). Waking at night feeling hungry (Cina., Psor.).

Relations: - Complementary: Iodine. Bad effects: of onions, bread; wine, spiritous liquors; tabacco smoking and chewing (Ars.). Follows well: after, Calc., Carbo v., Lach., Sulph. It is rarely advisable to begin the treatment of a chronic disease with Lyc. unless it is clearly indicated; it is better to give first another antipsoric. Lyc. is a deep-seated, long-acting remedy, and should rarely be repeated after improvement begins.

Aggravation. - Nearly all diseases from 4 to 8 p. m. (Hell. - from 4 to 9 p. m., Col., Mag. p.).

Amelioration. - Warm food and drinks; from uncovering the head; loosening the garments.

 

Lyssin.
The Saliva of a Rabid Dog. (A Nosode.)

Ziemsen suggested Lyssin as a substitute for Hydrophobinum, Encyclopaedia, vol. iii, p 472. The sight or sound of running water or pouring water aggravates all complaints. Lyssophobia; fear of becoming mad. Bluish discoloration of wounds (Lach.). Complaints resulting from abnormal sexual desire (from abstinence, Con.). Mental emotion or mortifying news always makes him worse. Cannot bear heat of sun (Gels., Glon., Lach., Nat.). Convulsions: from dazzling or reflected light from water or mirror (Stram.); from even thinking of fluids of any kind; from slightest touch or current of air. Headache: from bites of dogs, whether rabid or not; chronic, from mental emotion or exertion; < by noise of running water or bright light. Salive; tough, ropy, viscid, frothy in mouth and throat, with constant spitting (Hydr.). Sore throat, constant desire to swallow (Lac. c., Mer.). Difficulty in swallowing, even spasm of oesophagus from swallowing liquids; gagging when swallowing water. Constant desire to urinate on seeing running water (Canth., Sulph.); urine scanty, cloudy, contains sugar. Prolapsus uteri; many cases of years' standing cured. Sensitiveness of vagina, rendering coition painful.

Relations: - Compare: Bell., Canth., Hyos., Stram., in hydrophobia.

Aggravation. - Sight or sound of water; bright dazzling light (Stram.); carriage-riding (Coc. - better from, Nit. ac.).

 

Magnesia Carbonica.
Carbonate of Magnesia. (MgCO3,3H2O.)

For persons, especially children, of irritable disposition, nervous temperament (Cham.); lax fibre; sour smell of whole body (Rheum). The whole body feels tired and painful especially the legs and feet; aching, restless. Spasmodic affections of stomach and intestines (Col., Mag. p.), increased secretion from mucous membranes. Unrefreshing sleep, more tired on rising than when retiring (Bry., Con., Hep., Op., Sulph.). Inordinate craving for meat in children of tuberculous parentage. Heartburn; sour, belching, eructations, taste and vomiting; of pregnancy. Pains: neuralgic, lightening-like, < left side (Col.); insupportable during repose, must get up and walk (Rhus); toothache, during pregnancy < at night. Pain on vertex as if the hair were pulled (Kali n., Phos.). Menses: preceded by sore throat (Lac c.), labor-like pain, cutting colic, backache, weakness, chilliness; flows only at night or when lying, ceases when walking (Am. m., Kreos., - rev. or Lil.); acrid, dark, pitch-like; difficult to wash off (Med.). Diarrhoea: preceded by cutting, doubling-up colic; occurs regularly every three weeks; stools green, frothy, like scum of a frog-pond; white, tallow-like masses are found floating in stool; the milk passes undigested in nursing children. When crude magnesia has been taken to "sweeten the stomach;" if the symptoms correspond, the potentized remedy will often relieve.

Relations: - Complementary: to, Chamomilla.

Aggravation. - Change of temperature; every three weeks; rest; milk, during menses.

Amelioration. - Warm air, but worse in warmth of bed (Led., Mer. - better in warmth of bed, Ars.).

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