Berberis Vulgaris - Generalities symptoms - T.F. AllenBarberry, Berberis, Berber, Berb.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Continued, even slight, occupation fatigues her very much, and sweat breaks out easily.
In the evening frequently great fatigue, so that she cannot keep awake.
In the evening and after supper she was very soon tired, and she was obliged to go to bed very early (first day),
Great fatigue in the evening; he goes to bed two hours sooner than usual, and falls asleep sooner than usual (first day).
General bruised sensation in the whole body, especially in the lower limbs, as after great fatigue.
Sleep and dreams
Yawning, alternating with eructations (after one and a half hours).
Tearing in the left side of the chest (after nine hours).
Repeated sleepiness during the day, especially in the morning, also after eating, so that he is obliged to lie down.
Sleep unusually long, till 7 o'clock in the morning, with a weary and bruised sensation and a pressive pain in the head, back and loins (forty-sixth day).
Difficult waking in the morning, when she cannot rightly recollect, cannot collect her thoughts, and must exert all her power to get awake (seventh day).
She is unable to fall asleep before 2 o'clock in the night (twelfth day).
He wakes frequently and very easily about 2 to 4 o'clock, cannot sleep again in spite of the fact that he is still very tired, or he falls asleep again, but also wakes again; with tension in the head, rush of blood to it and excitement.
Frequent waking from sleep in an unusual position on the left side.
Frequently restless sleep disturbed by itching-burning or by anxious dreams.
Restless sleep full of dreams, which is quite unusual.
In the morning when waking he often does not feel refreshed, but weary in body and mind.
At night a condition between sleeping and waking; in which she is tormented with a system of education, which at times assumes the form of a tree, at another some other wonderful form; she tries in vain to get rid of the image, arouses from slumber and opens the eyes and becomes very fretful about it (ninth and tenth days).
Attacks of faintness with sudden orgasms of blood after a walk; sweat and heat in the upper half of the body, coldness, paleness and sunkenness of the face, oppression of the chest, shortly before going to sleep; on lying down in bed she shivers; she sleeps heavily, tosses about uneasily and has heavy dreams (fifty-first day).
Faintlike weakness when walking, standing, or if she rises up, with vertigo (twelfth and thirteenth days).
Great weakness in the limbs, and in the whole body, increased by walking or long standing, even slight exertions affect her very much.
Exhaustion even to trembling, so that she feared that her knees would break down; vertigo on rising up when she stooped (thirteenth day).
General prostration, so that she has no desire to do anything, after six to ten hours.
A condition near to faintness, after riding, followed by a short walk, so that she must lie down.
After long stooping, she feels as if bruised and unable to do anything (twelfth day).≡ more ...