Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Helleborus Niger in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Drowsy, when left alone, he goes to sleep.
Soporous sleep, with shriek and starts.
Dreams confused, anxious, cannot by remembered.
During sleep, muscles twitch.
Convulsions with extreme coldness; of sucklings.
Nausea and vomiting
Nausea, cannot take food, though hungry.
Vomiting of greenish-black substances, with colic.
Red parts become white; anaemia.
Loss of flesh; aphthae.
Dropsy of brain, chest or abdomen; suddenly swellings; anasarca; after scarlatina, nephritis, intermittents, etc.
Concomitants debility, fever, pains in limbs, diarrhoea, suppressed urine.
Stinging-boring, in the periosteum worse in cool air.
Contact, Injuries, etc.
Touch 19. Chewing 8.
Pricking, tearing, pressing pains, running across affected parts.
Convulsive twitching of muscles.
Automatic motion of one arm and leg in hydrocephalus.
Epilepsy, with consciousness, followed by deep sleep.
Sudden relaxation of muscles.
Temperature and weather
Worse from uncovering; better in warm air, or wrapping up.
Feels better in open air; with sensation as after a long illness.
Cool air 44. Open air 3. Aversion to uncovering 40.
Chill, Fever and Sweat.
Chill spreads from arms; gooseflesh, pains in joints; face hot; drowsy; worse after getting out of bed, and from motion.
Burning heat, followed by chill and colic.
Burning heat, with internal chilliness and aversion to drink; can drink but little at a time; evening in bed.
Heat or sweat, with aversion to uncover.
After lying down in bed, heat, generally with sweat.
Sweat cold, clammy; sticky; less after sleep; relieves; towards morning, temperature unchanged.
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