Brassica NapusBrassica Nappus, Rape-seed, Brassica, Brass-n.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Brassica Napus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Dropsical swellings, scorbutic mouth, voracious appetite, tympanitis, dropping of nails, gangrene
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Brassica Napus
Sec > relationships
Compare: Ergotin ( Beginning arteriosclerosis progressing rather rapidly. Increased blood pressure: 2x trit. Edema, gangrene and purpura hemorrhagia; when Secale Cornutum, though indicated, fails); Pedicularis canadensis (symptoms of locomotor ataxia; spinal irritation); Brassica Napus - Rape-seed - (dropsical swellings, scorbutic mouth, voracious appetite, tympanitis, dropping of nails, gangrene); Cinnamon.; Colch.; Ars.; Aurum MUR. 2x (locomotor ataxia); Agrostema - Corn cockle - active constituent is Saponin, which causes violent sneezing and sharp burning taste; burning in stomach, extends to oesophagus, neck and breast; (vertigo, headache, difficult locomotion, burning sensation); Ustilago; Carbo; Pitutrin (dilated os, little pain, no progress. Dose, 1/2 c. c., repeat in half hour, if necessary. Hypodermically contraindicated in first stage of labor, valvular lesions or deformed pelvis).
Raph > general
A patient of mine, a man, has these symptoms whenever he eats even a single radish "Burning sensation in epigastrium, followed by hot eructations, lasting a whole day and ending in a headache." Turnips (Brassica rapa) produce in him a similar effect, but in less degree.