Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chionanthus Virginica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Fringe Tree. Oleaceae, The bark, which is the part employed, contains Saponin. Tincture.
Chion. acts powerfully on the liver and is indicated in hypertrophy.
obstructed liver in malarious districts. The following are the leading indications Enormous liver, constipation, clay-coloured stool, jaundice, and high-coloured urine. Liver region sore. Chronic jaundice. Jaundice recurring every summer. Sensation of contraction of stomach as if something alive moving in it.
with uneasy sensation in liver and spleen. Rheumatic pains in left ankle and tarsal bone. A proving of Chionanth. was made by Dr. John Z. Lawshe, and was communicated, with additions, to the Southern Journal of Homoeopathy by H. C. Morrow. Chion. is suited to so-called bilious temperaments. One observer (H. Recorder, xii. 369), who gave Chio. to a nursing woman who had liver disorder with jaundiced tint, noticed that whilst rapid improvement of the liver symptoms occurred, at the same time the milk disappeared and the menses returned. The medicine was stopped and Sabal Serrulata Sabal. serr. given and the milk returned. Six weeks later Chio. was again given and identically the same result took place. "jaundice with arrest of menses" should be a strong indication. Sherbino cured a case of neurasthenia in a clergyman who complained of Perspiration all summer. Weakness in arms and legs. Prostrated after preaching mind ran on sermon and kept him awake. Stupid, drowsy all the time appetite poor.
all food gave distress.
Constipation. Debility. Emaciation with liver-disorder. Gall-stone colic. Headache. Jaundice. Liver, disease of; hypertrophy of. Malaria. Neurasthenia. Nursing women, complaints of.