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Benzinum

Benzinum (Coal Naphtha), Benzol, C6, H6, Benzolum


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HPUS label indication: Tiredness

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 Benzinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

Materia Medica Sources
 
H.C. Allen - no Benzinum
T.F. Allen  
Boenninghausen - no Benzinum
Boericke  
Boger - no Benzinum
Clarke  
Hahnemann - no Benzinum
 
Hering - no Benzinum
 
Kent Lectures - no Benzinum
 
Kent New remedies - no Benzinum
Reversed & reworded Kent repertory  
Morrel - no Benzinum
 
Nash - no Benzinum
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  GENERAL

General

The most striking fact in the proving of Benzinum seems to be the influence it had on the circulatory system. It caused a slowing of the pulse stream which in the guinea-pigs brought about the formation of infarcts. In the human provers it resulted in a Decrease of the red and increase of white cells ( [right] f. Rabe, M.D.)
It ought to be of use in Leucaemia. Eye symptoms striking. Hallucinations - Epileptiform attacks, coma, and anesthesia.

  MODALITIES ETC

Worse

Worse at night. Worse right side.

  RELATIONSHIPS

Relations

Compare: Benzin. - Petroleum Ether - not as pure a compound as Benzene (Benzinum). It is the same, but with a mixture of hydrocarbons. It seems to exercise a special influence on the nervous system and on the blood. Oxyhaemoglobinaemia. Physical weakness, cramps, exaggeration of knee jerks, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, Heaviness and coldness of limbs. Tremor of eyelids and tongue. Benzin. dinitricum - D.n.b. - (The most obvious results of poisoning by skin absorption are changes in the red blood corpuscles and liver degeneration in amblyopia, color-blindness, retinitis. Field of vision contracted. Black urine). Benzin. Nitricum. Mir bane ( Dark, black blood, coagulates with difficulty; venous hyperaemia of the brain and general venous engorgement. Burning taste in mouth. Blue lips, tongue, skin, nails and conjunctive. Cold skin, pulse small, weak, breathing slow and irregular, unconsciousness, symptoms of apoplectic coma. Rolling of eyeballs in their vertical axis; pupils dilated. Nystagmus. Respiration very slow, difficult, sighing.) Trinitrotoluene (T.n.t.), Trotyl - is a high explosive, obtained by nitrating toluene - a product of coal tar distillation.
When the skin or hair is exposed to T.N.T. by contact a characteristic yellow or tawny-orange stain is produced, which lasts for some weeks. Indicated in graver forms of anemia (pernicious) and jaundice. Produces fatal toxic jaundice.

  HEAD

Head

Sense of falling through bed and floor

Pains from below upward

Tired and nervous.

Frontal headache to root of nose

Dizzy

Pressing feeling in head

Right sided headache.

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  EYE

Eye

Illusion of vision with wide open eyes

Twitching of lids

Photophobia, objects blurred

Aching in eyes and lids

Marked dilation of pupils

Failure to react to light, particularly daylight.

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  NOSE

Nose

Profuse fluent coryza

Especially in afternoon

Violent sneezing.

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  SKIN

Skin

Eruption like measles

Perspiration on side not lain upon

Itching all over back.

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  GENITALS

Genitals

Male; Swelling of right testicle

Severe pain in testicles

Itching of scrotum

Profuse urination.

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  EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Heavy limbs, cold legs, exaggerated knee-jerk

Pains from below upward.

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Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.