Hedeoma Pulegioides - General symptomsPenny Royal, Hedeom, Hedeoma, Hedeoma pulegioides, Hedeo.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hedeoma Pulegioides in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Hedeoma puligioides, Pers.
Natural order, Labiatae. Common name, American Pennyroyal.
Preparation, Tincture of the whole plant.
Authority. Dr. Toothaker, Phil. J. of Hom., 2, p. 655, a woman took a teaspoonful of the oil, repeated after four days, for suppression of menstruation.
Excessive bearing-down pains, with pressure outwards towards vulva, from the whole lower abdomen accompanied by almost unendurable pains in the back, drawing down from the upper sacral spine, extending also to the epigastrium and stomach.
these pains had all the characteristics of true labor pains, returning, if she remained at rest, with regular periodicity, but greatly aggravated by the least movement.
she lay on the floor upon a small mattress, from which she could not be removed, so great was the aggravation from every motion, until the following day (seventh day).
Intolerable bearing-down pains, like labor pains which had continued through the day, recur now every few minutes and extend to the stomach and back.
these pains are periodical if perfectly at rest, but recur at every movement of the chest or lower limbs.
at 6 o'clock (seventh day).
Bearing-down pains, with pressing outward in the utero-vaginal region, accompanied by a feeling of weakness in the limbs, so that she could scarcely stand.
these pains continued severe for about an hour, when they gradually subsided (after one hour, fourth day).
occasional return of the same symptom till the next day, but with diminished force.
Affected all her nerves (fourth day).
Nervous twitching in all parts of the body (seventh day).
Jerkings, not apparently muscular, but nervous twitchings in every fibre of the body, sensible in the pulse or whenever my fingers touched the flesh, and felt by her through the entire system (seventh day).
Nervous weakness and oppression (seventh day).
Nervous weakness, with slight nausea and retching, immediately (first day).
Semi-paralysis, a sort of inability to turn or move herself (seventh day).
Weak, faint feelings, going off when lying down, but could not sit up; everything turned black (sixth day).
Great sense of weakness and prostration following the retching and nausea (fourth day).
General soreness (seventh day).
Female symptoms are most marked; usually associated with nervous disturbances. Red sand in urine. Pain along ureter. Flatulent colic. Antidotes effects of Poison-oak ( Grindelia Robusta Grindelia.)
Hedeoma pulegioides. American Pennyroyal (the British "Pennyroyal" is Mentha pulegium, also a Labiate). N. O. Labiatae. Tincture of whole fresh plant.
Both the American and the British "Pennyroyals" have a popular reputation as "female regulators," which is by no means undeserved. Homoeopaths have verified the relation of the drug to uterine ailments, and an observation by Dr. Toothaker of a case of poisoning affords valuable ground for homoeopathic prescribing. Bearing-down pains were most marked, agg. by any movement, and accompanied by almost paralytic weakness of the legs. Nervous symptoms were very prominent, jerkings and twitchings. Weak, faint, amel. lying down.
inability to sit up. Pains in abdomen agg. after eating or drinking. agg. By touch and pressure.
Excessive bearing-down pains with pressure outward towards vulva, from whole lower abdomen, accompanied by almost unendurable pains in back, drawing down from upper sacral spine, extending also to epigastrium and stomach.
like veritable labour-pains.
returning with regular periodicity if she remained at rest.
greatly agg. by the least movement.
she lay on the floor on a small mattress, and could not be removed, on account of the aggravation, until the following day.
agg. by the least food or drink.
Amenorrhoea. Dysmenorrhoea. Leucorrhoea.