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Helleborus Niger - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Snow-rose, Helleborus, helleb, Hell.


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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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MIND

Mind

Emotional.

Delirium,

Vivid fancies after lying down in bed, a hundred forms float before his eyes, which vanish as speedily as they come,

He groans and grunts,

Reflective taciturn mood, the whole afternoon,

Home sickness,

Always joyous and in good humor (curative action),

Sad mood, on account of his present condition, everything seems shallow and has no incentive for him,

Depression and sadness, lasting several hours,

Despondent, believes he shall die (in a sufferer from religious melancholy), (fifth day),

He becomes melancholy on beholding a cheerful person, and then, for the first time, feels very unhappy,

Anxiety,

Such anxiety, nausea, and distress that he thinks he will die,

Extreme anxiety,

Anxious mood, in different to joy or sorrow, contented with nothing (second day),

Dread of death (in a sufferer from religious melancholy), (fifth day),

He is doubtful about his own life,

Extremely inclined to be irritable, the most trifling thing which goes contrary to his wishes excites anger (second day),

Fretful mood (twelfth day),

Very indifferent mood, without joy or sorrow (first day),

Intellectual.

Inability to reflect (after ten hours),

Distraction of mind, when studying; cannot hold his thoughts fixed,

(He dresses himself unbecomingly),

(Irresolution),

Weakness of memory, he is only able by exerting himself and after thinking for some time to remember what he wanted to say and why he had asked a question (after half an hour),

Weakness of memory; he does not remember for a moment what he is reading,

Stupidity and slight vertigo (immediately),

The patient answered much more slowly than usual when questioned; this condition of stupefaction bordering on insensibility lasted three hours (fourth day),

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