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Culex Moscae

Culex, Culex Musca, Culx.

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HPUS indication of Culex Moscae: Swelling

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



When blowing the nose

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Discharge from nose

crusts, scabs, inside

crusts, scabs, inside; behind nostrils


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Swallowing; constantly

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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Culex Moscae

Gels > relationships
Compare: Ignatia (gastric affections of cigar makers); Baptisa; Ipecac.; Acon.; Bell.; Cimicif.; Manges. Phos ( Gelsemium Sempervirens contains some Magnes. phos.) Culex - (vertigo on blowing the nose with fullness of the ears.)

Cod > relationships
Compare Opium in sickness, pains in stomach and region of solar plexus, constipation, sexual excitement. Agar. (twitching of eyelids; Ars. (pains in legs, nightly restlessness); Hyo. (twitching of eyelids after reading); Lach. (sensitiveness of surface); Rhus, Sul., Sul. ac. (trembling); Culex (vertigo on blowing nose). Causation.

Thuj > general
Ranula, varicose veins on tongue, Amb. "On blowing nose, a pressing pain in the hollow tooth or at the side of it" (Culex, vertigo every time he blows his nose).

Trom > relationships
Compare Rheumatism, Ledm. Diarrhoea, Sulph. agg. Blowing nose. Culex, Thuja. Stitches up anus, Ign., Nit. ac., Sul. ac.; with prolapse, Pod.

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