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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Caulophyllum Thalictroides in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Painful menstruation; spasmodic, intermittent pains in bladder, stomach, groins, even chest and limbs; congestion and irritability of uterus; scanty flow.
Every few minutes sharp, stinging pains in glans penis.
Tension and fulness in hypogastrium; sensation as if uterus congested.
Spasmodic pains in uterus.
Threatened abortion; spasmodic bearing-down; severe pain in back and loins, but uterine contractions feeble.
Habitual abortion from uterine atony.
Amenorrhoea, spasms, cramps or great atony.
Hysteric convulsions during dysmenorrhoea.
Leucorrhoea sharp, acrid, very weakening; with heavy eyelids; of profuse bland mucus; in little girls; with forcing-down pains; with sterility.
Spasmodic rigidity of os; pain like pricking needles in cervix.
Labour-pains short, irregular, spasmodic, patient very weak and irritable.
Weak labour-pains passing off with a shiver.
Before menses pain in small of back; great aching and soreness of lower limbs; bad breath; bitter taste; vertigo; chilliness; flow very scanty; blood very light; with intense nausea and vomiting of yellow bitter matter; pain unremitting for several hours; habitual cold feet became warm under the remedy.≡ more ...