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Lac Caninum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Lac Caninum: Alternating sides

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


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MIND

Mind

Illusions or hallucinations about snakes; imagines they are all around her; that they are creeping into her bed; fears to close her eyes.

Horrible visions, fears they will take objective form; when sitting still and thinking.

Wakes at night with a sensation that she was lying on a large Bothrops Lanceolatus snake.

After menses, imagines all sorts of things about snakes.

Woke at daylight, feeling that she was a loathsome, horrible, mass of disease.

Could not bear to have any one part of her body touch another; felt if she could not get out of her body in some way, she would soon become crazy; could not think of anything but her own condition.

Feels weak, and nerves so thoroughly out of order, that she cannot bear one finger to touch the other (nervous throat affection).

Is impressed with the idea that all she says is a lie; that all her symptoms are unreal, and the result of a diseased imagination; it seems to be very difficult to speak the truth, but continually distrusts things; when reading anything she rapidly changes the meaning, omitting or adding things.

Imagines that he wears some one else's nose (diphtheria).

Felt very short in morning while walking; ditto in evening.

Finds it very difficult to read understandingly anything requiring a mental effort to follow it.

Very restless; cannot concentrate her thoughts or mind to read; wants to leave everything as soon as it is commenced.

When speaking, substitutes the name of the object seen for that which is thought.

Cannot remember what she reads, but can remember other things.

In writing, uses too many words or not the right ones; very nervous.

Absent-minded.

Cannot bear to be left alone for an instant (diphtheria).

Fear of disease; of consumption; of heart disease; of falling downstairs.

Fits of weeping two or three times a day (metritis).

Depression.

(Thinks she is looked down upon by every one, and feels insulted thereat.).

Anxious.

Easily excited; easily startled.

Cross and irritable; while headache lasted.

(Attacks of rage, cursing and swearing at the slightest provocation.)

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