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Eucalyptus Globulus - Relationships

Blue Gum-tree, Eucalypt, Eucalyptus, Eucalyptol, Eucal.

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HPUS indication of Eucalyptus Globulus: Diarrhea

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



Compare: Oil of Eucalyptus Globulus ( Produces remarkable bodily exhaustion, no desire for any motion, unable to do any real mental work, study, etc. The volatile oil possesses, in common with other, the property of converting water, in presence of air and sunlight, into hydrogen peroxide, or to convert oxygen into Ozone, which is the explanation usually given of its deodorizing and antiseptic properties ( Merrel.) (Locally, in catarrhal affections, especially when of a suppurating or putrid nature.) Eucalyptus tereticortis (menstrual cough and Prostration). Eucalyptol (depresses temperature of healthy body more than Quinine; acts on kidneys like Terebinthina Terebinth.); Anacardium Occidentale Anacard.; Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast.; Kali Sulphuricum Kali-sulph. Eucalyptus neutralizes ill effects of Strychnin. Angophora-Red Gum (dysentery, pains, tenesmus; better lying flat on face; obstinate constipation). Eucalyptus rostrata; Kino.

Compare also the "Red Gum," Angophora lanceolata. It is said to be an antidote to Strychnine poisoning. (Monfrida Musmecin found a decoction of Eucalyptus leaves formed with a solution of a strychnine salt a flocculent precipitate devoid of bitter taste. Animals dosed with the two drugs together survived when the quantity of strychnine was such that given alone it would have been lethal. Even when the Eucalyptus decoction was given after strychnine convulsions had developed the symptoms became greatly modified.).

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These are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Eucalyptus Globulus. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.

Anacardium Orientale > antidotes
Antidote: Grindeleia; Coffea Tosta Coffea; Juglans; Rhus Tox Rhus; Eucalyptus Globulus Eucalyptus.

Elaps Corallinus > compare
Compare: Kino from Pterocarpus (Haemoptysis and haemorrhage from intestines). Eucalyptus Globulus Eucalyptus rostrata (offensive dark discharge from right ear). Crotalus Horridus Crotalus; Alumen Alumen; Carboneum Oxygenisatum Carbo; Arsenicum Album Ars; Lachesis Lach.

Eriodictyon Californicum > compare
Compare: Grind.; Aralia Racemosa Aral.; Eucalyptus Globulus Eucalypt.; Ipecacuanha Ipec.

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