Muscarin - General symptoms, MUSC.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Muscarin in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
An "alkaloid" from Agaricus Muscarius Agaricus muscarius, L.
Authority. S. Ringer, M.D., Lancet, 1877 (2), p. 198, thirteen experiments on four men, seven, three, two, and one each respectively; 1/3 of a grain given hypodermically.
Lachrymation occurred in eight cases, amounting in some instances only to suffusion of the eyes, but generally the tears trickled down the face, so that the patient was obliged to wipe the eyes. It began in six to ten minutes, and lasted generally about twenty to thirty minutes. In each case the pupils became contracted, often considerably.
the contraction beginning in about fifteen-minutes. The vision seemed unaffected.
Sweating occurred in eleven of the thirteen experiments. 1/2 a grain made it free, whilst larger doses, as 3/4 of a grain and a grain, rendered it very abundant.
indeed, it was sometimes as free as the perspiration excited by a 1/3 to a 1/2 grain of Pilocarpin. The perspiration stood in large drops on the face after the larger doses, the nightdress became soaked, and the skin felt sodden. Perspiration began in from three to fifteen minutes, occurring earliest after the larger doses. It lasted from half an hour to an hour and a half. On testing the reaction of the sweat in six experiments, we found it neutral in four and alkaline in two.