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

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Symptoms given by Cattell in Br. J. of Hom., 11, 168, Under This Name, (Probably Selected From Orfila's Toxicologie), properly belong under various species of Agaricus Muscarius Agaricus.

Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Hypophylum

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The proving of Hyp. by Müller and others is very complete and brings out the relation of the drug to wounds and their consequences and also its applicability in maladies of other kinds.

Hyper > general
and great anxiety lest she should fall from this height." The particular kinds of wounds for which Hyp. has been found of signal service are wounds of parts rich in nerves, brain, spine (spinal irritation from falls), coccyx, finger-ends.

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The characteristic of the Hyp. wounds is that they are very sensitive to touch (Led. punctures are not particularly sensitive).

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Hence Hyp. was preferred to Led.

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At 3 a.m. there was improvement, he fell asleep, and the next morning was practically convalescent. Hyp. is called for in nervous depression following wounds; effects of shock, fright and mesmerism.

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Gilchrist says Hyp. 3x, given at intervals of twenty minutes for twelve hours or longer, seems to control perfectly the pain following laparotomy.

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But it must not be thought that Hyp. has no sphere outside wounds and their effects.

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Toothache amel. lying on affected side and keeping quiet. Hyp. is sensitive to cold agg. in cold air; in damp; in fog.

Hyos > relationships
rise from every corner and come towards him); sees ghosts and demons, Plat., Kali bro.; fears being poisoned, Glo., Rhus, Kali bro., Bapt.; hiccough, Ign. (Ign. after emotions, Hyo. after abdominal operations); spasms, twitchings, Ign., Tarent.; levitation, Phos. ac., Sticta pul., Hyp.; fits of ungovernable rage, Staph. Teste puts Hyo. in the Mur. ac. group with Viol. od. He also puts it in the Bell. group. Causation.

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