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Barosma - General symptoms - Clarke

Buchu, Barosma Crenata Baro.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Barosma in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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GENERAL

General

B. betulina, B. crenulata, B. sanatifolia. Buchu (South Africa). N. O. Rutaceae (Genus, Diosmeae). Tincture of dried leaves.

The leaves of several species of Barosma contain in vittae a volatile oil, having a warm camphoraceous taste and an odour something like mint. There are no provings of the remedy, and the only uses made of it have been with the tincture. But it has a markedly specific effect on mucous membranes generally, and especially on the genito-urinary system, closely resembling that of Sabal Serrulata Sabal ser., Populus Tremuloides Populus, Copaiva, and Thuja Thuja. Hale gives as indications chronic affections of genito-urinary organs having muco-purulent discharges, abundance of epithelium mixed with pus and mucous corpuscles. Irritable bladder, with vesical catarrh or gravel.

with spasmodic stricture. Prostatic disorders. Vaginal Leucorrhoea. Undue secretions from mucous follicles of urethra, vesiculae seminales, or prostate produced by excessive venery or self-abuse.

Clinical

Bladder, affections of. Calculus. Catarrh. Gravel. Leucorrhoea. Prostate, disorders of. clinical

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