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Coccus Cacti - Rectum, Anus, Stool symptoms - T.F. Allen

Cochineal, Coc-c.

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HPUS indication of Coccus Cacti: Spasmodic cough

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



Burning pain in the rectum, following the stool (first day),

Sticking in the rectum,

Sticking pains in the rectum with every stool, for several days, much worse on the ninth day, with great exertion to stool, when it lasted several hours, always aggravated on walking (ninth day),

Violent jerking and boring stitches in the rectum, constantly jumping to the neck of the bladder and along the ureters to the kidneys, and at last disappearing (fifth day),



Some diarrhoea,

Three soft stools mingled with hard lumps, during the day,

Two soft stools, in quick succession, on the third day, soon after taking the drug,

Soft stool, preceded by griping about the umbilicus, at 11 A.M., twice repeated in the afternoon (third day),

Very copious soft stool (seventh day),

Copious stools after walking (fourth day),

Daily copious pasty stool (unusual),

Very profuse, pasty, not offensive evacuation, with much flatulence and decided relief, an hour after eating (follows constipation for a week), (eleventh day),

Stool, with straining, with slight burning and protrusion of the haemorrhoids, consisting of faeces enveloped in mucus (first and second day),

Stool with straining, faeces gluey; stool followed by spasmodic, exceedingly troublesome pain in the rectum, just at the lower end of the sacrum, for a short time,

Stool irregular, throughout the whole proving,


Hard dry stool (fifth day),

Hard unsatisfactory stool, the first after six days (eleventh day),

Stool delayed from 8 A.M. to 2 P.M. (first day),

No stool (third and fourth day),

Much secretion of moisture in the fissure between the nates and anus,

Slight burning in the anus,

Severe twinges in the anus, after moderate exercise,

Slight crawling in the anus,

Rather severe itching in the anus,


Urging to stool, followed by hard faeces,

Urging to stool, frequently ineffectual,

Frequent urging to stool, without result (fourth day),

Frequent ineffectual urging to stool, followed by three evacuations, relieving the pains in the lumbar and sacral regions (ninth day),

Diarrhoea-like urging to stool, followed, however, only by a pasty-like evacuation, with much flatulence,

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