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Agaricus Phalloides
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Agaricus Phalloides

Agaric Phalloides, Hall

WHP - Washington Homeopathic
Available in 6C-30C, 200C, from $6.99
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HPUS indication: Cold sweat

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 Agaricus Phalloides in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

Materia Medica Sources
H.C. Allen - no Agaricus Phalloides
T.F. Allen  
Boenninghausen - no Agaricus Phalloides
Boger - no Agaricus Phalloides
Hahnemann - no Agaricus Phalloides
Hering - no Agaricus Phalloides
Kent Lectures - no Agaricus Phalloides
Kent New remedies - no Agaricus Phalloides
Reversed & reworded Kent repertory  
Morrel - no Agaricus Phalloides
Nash - no Agaricus Phalloides
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Cholera, cramps in stomach, cold extremities, urine suppressed.
Death Cup — Deadly Agaric. The poison is a toxalbumin, resembling the poison in the rattle snake and the poison excreted by the cholera and diphtheria germs. It acts on the red blood corpuscles, dissolving them so that blood escapes into the alimentary canal and the whole system is drained. The amount of this toxic principle is small, even handling of specimens and breathing of spores affects some people unpleasantly. The poison is slow in development. Even 12 to 20 hours after taking it the patient feels all right, but vertigo violent choleraic symptoms with rapid loss of strength with death the second or third day, preceded by stupor and spasms. Fatty degeneration of liver, heart and kidneys, hemorrhages in lungs, pleura and skin Dr. J. Schier. Vomiting and purging. Continuous urging to stool, but no gastric, abdominal or rectal PAIN. Intense thirst for cold water, dry skin. Lethargic but mentally clear. SHARP CHANGES from rapid to slow and from slow to rapid breathing, extreme collapse, suppressed urine, but NO cold extremities or cramps.

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