Aethusa CynapiumAethusa, Fool's Parsley, Ęthusa
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Aethusa Cynapium in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
The characteristic symptoms relate mainly to the brain and nervous system, connected with gastro-intestinal disturbance. Anguish, crying, and expression of uneasiness and discontent, lead to this remedy most frequently in disease in children, during dentition, summer complaint, when, with the diarrhoea, there is Marked inability to digest milk, and poor circulation. Symptoms set in with Violence.≡ show all authors ...
Worse, 3 to 4 A.M. and evenings; warmth, summer.
BETTER in open air and company.≡ show all authors ...
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Restless, Anxious, crying
Sees rats, cats, dogs, etc
Inability to think, to fix the attention
Idiocy may alternate with furor and irritability.≡ more ...
Feels bound up, or in a vise
Occipital pain extending down spine; better lying down and by pressure
Head symptoms relieved by expelling flatus ( Sang.) and by stool
Hair feels pulled
vertigo with drowsiness, with palpitation; head hot after vertigo ceases.≡ more ...
Photophobia; Swelling of meibomian glands
Rolling of eyes on falling asleep
Eyes drawn downward; pupils dilated.≡ more ...
Stopped up with much thick mucus
Herpetic eruption on tip of nose
Frequent ineffectual desire to sneeze.≡ more ...
PUFFED, red-spotted, collapsed
Expression anxious, full of pain; Linea nasalis marked.
Appearance as if dead (see sunken)
Skin; drawn, pulled
Skin; out-breaks on skin; cold sores, herpes; nose≡ more ...
Tongue seems too long
Burning and pustules in throat, with difficult swallowing.≡ more ...
Excoriation of thighs in walking
Surface of body covered with clammy sweat
lymphatic glands swollen
Itching Eruption around joints
Skin of hands dry and shrunken
Anasarca.≡ more ...
Heart; Violent palpitation, with vertigo, headache and restlessness
Pulse rapid, hard and small.≡ more ...
Difficult, oppressed, anxious respiration; crampy constriction
Sufferings render patient speechless.≡ more ...
Want of power to stand up or hold head up
Back feels as if in a vise
Aching in small of back.≡ more ...
Stomach; Intolerance of milk; vomiting as soon as swallowed or in large curds
Hungry after vomiting
Regurgitation of about an half hour after eating
Violent vomiting of a white frothy matter
Nausea at sight of food
Painful contraction of stomach
Vomiting, With sweat and great weakness, accompanied by anguish and distress, followed by sleepiness
Stomach feels turned upside down, with burning feeling up to the chest
Tearing pains in the stomach extending to oesophagus.
Cold, internal and external, with aching pain in bowels
Colic, followed by exhaustion and drowsiness.
Stomach; indigestion; after milk
Stomach; vomiting; after drinking; after milk
Stomach; vomiting; milk
Stomach; vomiting; milk; curdled≡ more ...
Undigested, thin, greenish, preceded by colic, with tenesmus, and followed by exhaustion and drowsiness
Cholera infantum; child cold, clammy, stupid, with staring eyes and dilated pupils
Obstinate constipation; feels as if all bowel action is lost
Choleraic affections in old age.
Cutting pain in bladder, with frequent urging
Pain in kidneys.≡ more ...
Female; Lancinating pains in sexual organs
Pimples; itching when warm
Swelling of mammary glands, with lancinating pains.≡ more ...
Weakness of lower extremities
Fingers and thumbs clenched
Numbness of hands and feet
Squinting of eyes downward.≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
Disturbed by Violent startling; cold perspiration
Dozing after vomiting or stool Child is so exhausted, it falls asleep at once.≡ more ...
Fever and chill
Great heat; no thirst
Profuse, cold sweat
Must be covered during sweat.≡ more ...