Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hydrastis Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Dull aching in region of kidneys.
Urine smells decomposed; increased and of neutral reaction.
Catarrh of bladder, with thick, ropy mucous sediment in urine.
Dysuria; suppression; incontinence.
Dragging in r. groin to testicle; thence to l. testicle, thence to l. groin.
Ulceration of the os, cervix, and vagina; leucorrhoea; debility; prolapsus uteri.
Pruritus vulvae, with profuse leucorrhoea; sexual excitement.
Aching pains in small of back at climaxis; uterine affections with debility and digestive disorders.
Hot watery discharge from uterus.
Uterine haemorrhage; menorrhagia and metrorrhagia, with fibroid tumours; at menopause.
Debility after spermatorrhoea.
Gonorrhoea, second stage, thick yellow discharge.
Gleet, debility; copious, painless discharge.
Leucorrhoea tenacious, ropy, thick yellow.
Os uteri very tender.
Lancinating pain in breast extending up to shoulder and down arm.
Hard, irregular tumour of l. breast, nipple retracted, glands in axilla enlarged and painful, cachectic appearance.
Sore-mouth of nursing women.
Abraided, cracked and sore nipples of nursing women.≡ more ...