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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Aesculus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Medicines having much trouble with the veins are often disturbed by hot bathing, weakness after a hot bath, weakness in warm weather, aversion to heat and desire for cold.
It is the state of Pulsatilla Pulsatilla The Pulsatilla Pulsatilla veins contract in cold weather, and the shrivelling up makes the patient feel better, but the veins fill and become engorged in the warm air and after a hot bath.
A tepid bath sometimes makes a Pulsatilla Pulsatilla patient feel better, but a Turkish bath is generally distressing. Many of the complaints of Aesculus Glabra Aesculus are of this sort; Aesculus Glabra Aesculus often feels better in cold air.
The symptoms of Aesculus Glabra Aesculus are often brought out, by temperature, especially the little stinging pains. It is characteristic of these superficial pains that they are nearly always ameliorated by heat, while the deeper affections are oftentimes ameliorated from cold.
Now, in Pulsatilla Pulsatilla, the stinging pains of the scalp and those over the body, here and there, are often ameliorated by the local application of heat, while the patient himself wants to, be in the cold.
in the same way Aesculus Glabra Aesculus stinging pains are better from heat, while the patient is often better from cold, although at times he is aggravated from cold, damp weather in rheumatic and venous conditions.
Again, in Secale Cornutum Secale, we see that the little sharp pains that follow the course of the nerves are better from beat, but the patient himself wants to be in the cold air, or to be uncovered, except the spot of pain, which he wants kept warm.
We notice the same thing running through Camphora Camphora.
during the twinges of pain he wants the windows closed and wants hot applications.
but as soon as the pain is over he wants the windows up and desires to be uncovered so that he can breathe. These are general things, things that are to be observed in analyzing symptoms.
It is a general venous stasis, and is sometimes worse in sleep, worse from lying, better from bodily exertion.
The symptoms pass away after considerable exertion; moving about, doing something, keeping busy relieves.
(Early in morning), Gnawing and emptiness in stomach.
(Morning, on waking), Sore all over, etc.
(Forenoon), Sore throat.
(Evening), Throat sore, etc.
(Periodical), Eructation of mucus; tightness in scrobiculus cordis; palpitation of heart.
(When breathing), Feels lung moving painfully.
(Breathing in), Cool feeling in nose.
(Breathing deeply), Short cough; increase of pains.
(Drawing full breath), Soreness over lungs, etc.
(Drawing breath), Pain in scapula, etc.
(Cold air), Skin feels chilly, etc.
(Riding in cool air), Great chilliness.
(After eating), Dryness of throat; pain in stomach; stomach feels full.
(Eating a grape), Pain in throat.
(Near light), Pain in eye.
(Motion), *Backache; stiff back; pain in small of back; sore.
(Rising from seat), Headache; pain in small of back and hips.
(After rubbing), Flush of blood to face.
(Rubbing after washing), Red spots under skin.
(Stooping), Headache; backache; pain in lumbo-sacral region.
(Swallowing), Dry and stiff throat; burning in throat; tonsil painful; short cough.
(After tea), Nausea.
(Walking), Pain in hypochondria; *fulness and itching at anus; *tearing in small of back; *backache.
(Walking erect), Pain.
(Trying to walk), Burning in epigastrium, etc.; aching in lumbar region.
(After washing), Pricking in hands.
WORSE, in morning on awaking, and from any motion, Walking; from moving bowels; after eating, afternoon, standing.
Morning, on waking
(Afternoon), Sore throat.
(After moving), Pain in small of back and hips.
(When passing wind), Stitch in lung.
BETTER, cool open air.
COOL Open air
Lying 24, 33. Motion 44. Walking 23, 24, 31, 33. Stooping 31. Sitting 24.
Morning 17, 37, 44. Evening 40.