Lippspringe - General symptoms - Clarke, Lipp.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lippspringe in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The waters of the mineral spring in Lippspringe, Westphalia, containing Sulphates of Sodium and Calcium, Chloride of Magnesium, and other salts in smaller proportion, with carbonic acid, nitrogen, and oxygen gases, which are freely evolved. Dilution.
Lippspringe is a cold, sulphurated, saline spring, and very gaseous, of saline and piquante taste. "It is used in drink and bath as a refreshing and laxative medication. It is vaunted above all against commencing phthisis complicated with haemoptysis, when the subjects are plethoric, irritable, and liable to pulmonary congestion" (Constantin James). The homoeopathic data are derived partly from provings and partly from observations on patients. The purging effect was very marked, as also the diuretic. The urine was increased in quantity and the urging great.
in one case many calculi were found. There was amel. after micturition in one case.
"a peculiar feeling of comfort." "Itching of nose and anus" suggests Lipp. as a worm remedy. Alternation of bloody stools with haemoptysis occurred in one case. Jerking of the limbs.
uneasiness. cramp in calves. Perspiration and diarrhoea were agg. at night. Sneezing, palpitation, cramp and restlessness were agg. evening. Heaviness of chest was agg. after coitus.
and agg. by smoking. agg. By walking. amel. After micturition.
Diarrhoea. Haemoptysis. Haemorrhoids. Jaundice. Leucorrhoea. Menorrhagia. Urinary calculi. Urticaria. Worms.