Hyoscyamus NigerHenbane, Hyoscy, Hyos, Hyoscyamus
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 Hyoscyamus Niger in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
WORSE, at night, during menses, after eating, when lying down.
Better, stooping.≡ show all authors ...
Antidotes: Bell.; Camph.
Compare: Bellad.; Stram.; Agaric.; Gels.; Hyoscyamus Niger. Hydrobrom. - scopolamine hydrobromide ( Paralysis agitans; Tremors of disseminated sclerosis. Sleeplessness and nervous agitation. Dry cough in phthisis. Similar in its effects to Alcohol, both recent and remote. Corresponds to the effects of strong poisons introduced into or generated within the body. Symptoms of uraemia and acute nervous exhaustion. A remedy for shock. Third and fourth Dec. trituration. In physiological dosage (1-200 gr.) mania and chorea; insomnia. Scopola (Japanese Belladonna) - chemically identical with Hyoscine ( Joyous delirium, licking of lips and smacking of mouth; sleepless; tries to get out of bed; sees cats, picks imaginary hairs, warms hands before imaginary fire, etc.)
Talkative, obscene, lascivious mania, uncovers body; jealous, Foolish
Great hilarity; Inclined to laugh at everything
Delirium, with attempt to run away
Low, muttering speech; Constant carphologia, deep stupor.
Behaviour; attempts to escape
makes gestures; as if intoxicated
makes gestures; picks at bedclothes
makes gestures; ridiculous or foolish
jumping; out of bed
runs about (see escape)
Delusions, imaginations, hallucinations, illusions
illusions of fantasy
about self; circumstances; wrong; has suffered (see injured)
Desires, wants; company
to be naked
to hit something
Symptoms follow intense emotions; disappointed love
Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition; cheerful, happy
mirth, hilarity, liveliness, etc.
rage, fury (see insanity, mania, delirium)
tries to kill people
violent, intense feeling
excessively religious (see anxiety, despair, fear)
Uncooperative; refuses to eat
Intellectual faculties; impaired thinking; dull, sluggish
impaired thinking; imbecility
Insecure, uncertain, scared; fear; of being alone (see company)
fear; of people
fear; of water
frightened easily; starting, startled
during sleep; starting from sleep
Memory; active memory
weakness of memory
for what has heard
for what has been said
Perception; does not recognise his relatives
Talking, conversation; aversion to answering
answers not lucid; daze returns quickly after answer
muttering (see delirium)
as if intoxicated
lies naked in bed
Unconsciousness≡ more ...
Feels light and confused
Vertigo as if intoxicated
Brain feels loose, fluctuating
Inflammation of brain, with unconsciousness; head is shaken to and fro.
Pain, headache; in forehead≡ more ...
Pupils dilated, sparkling, fixed
Eyes open, but does not pay attention; downcast and dull, fixed
Spasmodic closing of lids
Objects have colored borders.
insensitive to light
Objects seem distorted; objects seem large
Lost vision, blindness≡ more ...
Tongue dry, red, cracked, stiff and immovable, protruded with difficulty; speech impaired
Foams at mouth
Teeth covered with sordes
Lower jaw drops.
Discoloration; tongue; brown
Froth, foam, from mouth
Inflammation; indurated (hard from inflammation); tongue
Tongue; movement of tongue; difficult (see protruded)
deposits on teeth during illness (see mucus)≡ more ...
Cannot swallow liquids
on swallowing (compare stomach; retching); liquids
larynx; during cough (see cough choking)
Elongated uvula (lobe at back of mouth)
Mucus; in the air passages
Tickling in the air passages
while lying down
Voice; rough≡ more ...
Spasm, forcing bending forward
Dry, spasmodic cough at night (worse lying down; better sitting up), from itching in the throat, as if uvula were too long
Hemoptysis.≡ more ...
waking from the cough
In cold air
With or after chill or fever; during fever
Constant; lying down
while lying down
From emotions; nervous; while lying
Hacking cough; while lying down
While lying down
Comes on suddenly
Racking; sitting up
Violent≡ more ...
Stomach; Hiccough, eructations empty, bitter
Nausea, with vertigo
Vomiting, with convulsions; hematemesis; violent cramps, relieved by vomiting; burning in stomach; epigastrium tender
After irritating food.
Colic, as if abdomen would burst
Colic, with vomiting, belching, hiccough screaming
Red spots on abdomen.
Bloated; trapped wind
Pain; cutting; lower part of abdomen
Bladder; urging to urinate (unhealthy desire); ineffectual
urination; involuntary, incontinence; during convulsions
Stomach; appetite; ravenous, excessive; before epilepsy
aversion to certain foods or drinks; all drinks
aversion to certain foods or drinks; water
disordered; before epilepsy
hiccup; with convulsions
hiccup; after eating
inflammation≡ more ...
Diarrhoea, colicky, pains; Involuntary, aggravated by mental excitement or during sleep
Diarrhoea during the lying-in period
Involuntary defecation.≡ more ...
Lascivious; exposes his person; plays with genitals during fever.
Female; Before menses, hysterical spasms
Excited sexual desire
During menses, convulsive movements, urinary flux and sweat
Spasms of pregnant women
Female; period; bright-red
pain; labour pains; spasmodic
sexual intercourse; desire increased≡ more ...
Picking at bed-clothes; plays with hands; reaches out for things
Epileptic attacks ending in deep sleep
Spasms and convulsions
Cramps in calves and toes
Child sobs and cries without waking.
Movements and positions; convulsion
Perspiration; lower limbs≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
Sopor, with convulsions
Starts up frightened
Falling asleep; from the least mental exertion
night; from excitement
night; after mental exertion
Waking; from cough≡ more ...
Fever and chill
Periodic, recurring; every fourth day
in brain (cerebral)
dazed from fever
in complete daze
Stages of chill, heat and sweat; chill followed by heat≡ more ...
Nerves; Great restlessness; Every muscle twitches
Will not be covered.
Blood vessels; excited, rapid blood flow; after emotions
veins and arteries swollen from inner pressure, during fever (distended)
veins and arteries swollen from inner pressure
rapid muscle spasm
in women; from childbirth
Fluid build up; excess of blood, or other fluids
Lying down; lying down
Pain; cutting; internally
In women; symptoms at beginning of period
symptoms during period
Temperature (felt and effects of temperature); after becoming cold
Weakness (see lethargic, weariness)≡ more ...