Morphinum - Relationships - ClarkeAn Alkaloid of Opium, Morphinum Aceticum, Morphia, Morphine, Morphinum Muriaticum, Opium, Morph.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Morphinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare Op., Codein., Apomorph. In excessive sensibility, Aconite Aco., Chamomilla Cham. Weeps in telling symptoms, Pulsatilla Puls. Vertigo on least movement of head, Mosch. (Mosch. has also vertigo from movement of eyelids). agg. By movement, Bryonia Bry. (cats and other felines, and fowls, are insensible to Morph. (H. W., xxvi. 334; xxix. 532) as rabbits are to Belladonna Bell.) Causation.
Antidote to Electricity (Morph. acet., see ELECTRICITAS).
Electric shock. Lightning-stroke. Thunderstorms.
Inimical Vinegar (it increases the painful symptoms, vertigo, &c.).
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Morphinum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Aceticum Acidum > antidotes
Antidotes to potencies are For depressing, agonising feeling, Tabacum Tabac., Aconite Acon.; for gastric, pulmonary and febrile symptoms, Nat Mur Nat. m., and afterwards Sepia Sep. It antidotes Anaesthetics, Aconite Acon., Asarum Europaeum Asar., Coffea Tosta Coffea, Euphorb., Ignatia Ignat., Opium, Plumbum Metallicum Plumb. (colic), Sepia Sep., Stramonium Stram., Tabacum Tabac. It counteracts sausage-poisoning. It aggravates the effects of Belladonna Bell., Merc Viv Merc., Arnica Arn., Lachesis Lach. Disagrees when given after Borax Borax, Causticum Caust., Nux Vomica Nux v., Ran. b., Sarsaparilla Sars. Scilla Maritima Scilla, Colchicum Autumnale Colch., and Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang. have more effect in curing some diseases when prepared with Aceticum Acidum Acet. ac. than with Alcohol.
Aethusa Cynapium > compare
Compare Cicuta Virosa Cicut.; Conium Mac Coni.; OEnan. Crocus Sativus croc.; Ant. crud. and Calc Carb Calc. c. (vomiting of milk); Arsenicum Album Ars.; Asarum Europaeum Asar.; Cuprum Metallicum Cupr.; Ipecacuanha Ipec.; Op. It antidotes Opium; and is antidoted by vegetable acids. Teste places AEthus. in the Sulphur Sulphur group with Cicuta Virosa Cicuta, Conium Mac Con., Asterias Rubens Aster., Bovista Bov., Lobel., Merc Viv Merc., Kreas.
Antimonium Tartaricum > antidotes
Antidoted by Asa Foetida Asaf., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Conium Mac Con. (pustules on genitals), Ipecacuanha Ipec., Laurocerasus Lauro., Op. (Opium in large doses is the best antidote in poisoning), Pulsatilla Puls., Sepia Sep. It antidotes Baryt. c., Bryonia Bry. (dyspepsia), Camphora Camph., Causticum Caust. (dyspepsia), Pulsatilla Puls. Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. t. differs from Merc Viv Mercury in producing a purely local action on the mouth similar to its action on the skin. The action of Merc Viv Merc. on the mouth is indirect. Causation.
Arsenicum Album > chemical antidotes
Chemical antidotes Carbo Animalis Animal charcoal, Hydrated peroxide of iron, Magnesia, Limewater. Dynamic antidote Opium; it may be administered by clyster if not retained on stomach. Brandy and stimulants if there is depression and collapse. If urine is suppressed, Sweet spirits of nitre in large quantities of water.
Capsicum Annuum > antidotes
Antidoted by Caladium Seguinum Calad., Camphora Camph., Cina Cina, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Sulphur Sul. ac., or vapour of burning Sulphur sulphur. It antidotes Effects of Alcohol, Coffee, Opium, Quinine. Compatible Belladonna Bell., Lycopodium Lyc., Pulsatilla Puls., Silicea Sil.
Chloralum > compare
Compare Belladonna Bell., Chlorof., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., and Opium in stertorous breathing and puffing out cheeks; Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels., Nux Vomica Nux.; in urticaria, Astacus Fluviatilis Astac.
Compare Opium in sickness, pains in stomach and region of solar plexus, constipation, sexual excitement. Agaricus Muscarius Agar. (twitching of eyelids; Arsenicum Album Ars. (pains in legs, nightly restlessness); Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. (twitching of eyelids after reading); Lachesis Lach. (sensitiveness of surface); Rhus Tox Rhus, Sulphur Sul., Sulphur Sul. ac. (trembling); Culex (vertigo on blowing nose). Causation.
Helleborus Niger > compare
Compare Apis Mel Apis. (Apis Mel Apis has exquisite sensitiveness of abdomen; Hell. n. complete sensorial apathy; Hell. n. has puckering of face, dropping of jaw, and automatic action of limbs of one side; Apis Mel Apis has agg. from heat, Hell. n. amel. from heat); Apocy., Digitalis Purpurea Digit. (slow pulse); Kali Bich Kali bro., Lachesis Lach.; Digitalis Purpurea Dig., Terebinthina Tereb. (breathes better lying down); Acid Phos Phos. ac. (sensorial depression, drowsiness, apathy; but Acid Phos Phos. ac. can be roused easily; muscles not completely relaxed, has not the dirty nostrils of Hell. n.). Opium (but the stupor of Op. is more profound; face dark, breathing stertorous); Zincum Metallicum Zinc. (checked exanthemata; hydrocephalus; Zincum Metallicum Zinc. has fidgety motion of feet); Lachesis Lach. (coffee-ground sediment in urine; muscular weakness; jelly-like mucous diarrhoea accompanying dropsy); Pip. meth., Ox. ac. (amel. when mind diverted); Nat Mur Nat. m. (agg. from consolation). Causation.
Ignatia > relationships
agg. sitting, Lycopodium Lyc., Thuja Thuj., Acid Phos Phos. ac.). Piles during menses, Lachesis Lach., Collins., Pulsatilla Puls., Sulphur Sul. Worry and its effects, Nux Vomica Nux, Sulphur Sul. (Sulphur Sul. worried by trifles). Laughter when ought to be serious, Anacardium Anac., Phosphorus Pho. Sadness, Pulsatilla Puls. (Ign. hides her grief, Pulsatilla Puls. shows it). Prolapsus ani, Podophyllum Peltatum Pod. Jealousy, Apis Mel Apis, Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. Disappointed love, Acid Phos Phos. ac. amel. From hard pressure hollow cough as from Sulphur sulphur fumes, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. Laryngismus, Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels. Headache ending in copious flow of clear limpid urine, Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels., Aconite Aco., Silicea Sil., Ver. Worms, Cin. In functional paralysis from fatigue, emotions, or worms, Stan., Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Phosphorus Pho. Hysteria, Cuprum Metallicum Cupr., Platinum Metallicum Plat., Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo., Asa Foetida Asaf., Mosch. (faints easily), Valeriana Valer., Nux Moschata Nux mosch. Spasms in delicate women, Belladonna Bell. (but Belladonna Bell. has bright red face, shining eyes, hot head, fever Ign. has no fever with spasms), Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. (Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. has unconsciousness, Ign. not). Sudden effects of emotions, Opium (very similar, but Op. has dark red, bloated face), Glonoin Glon. (in the convulsions of Glonoin Glon. the fingers spread out widely, also Secale Cornutum Secal.), Ver., Cuprum Metallicum Cupr., Chamomilla Cham. In uterine spasms, Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Chamomilla Cham., Magnesia Muriatica Mag mur., Act. r. Hiccough (Ign. agg. by eating, smoking, emotions), Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. (after operations on abdomen), Stramonium Stram. and Ver. (after hot drinks), Arsenicum Album Ars. and Pulsatilla Puls. (after cold drinks), Teucrium Marum Verum Teucr. (children, after nursing). Nervous cough, the more he coughs the more annoying the irritation, Apis Mel Apis. Sadness, indifference, profound melancholy, Tarentula Hispanica Tarent. (Ign. introverted state of mind; Trnt. cunning attempts to feign paroxysms and wild dancing, no paroxysms if no observers). Chorea; eye symptoms, Agaricus Muscarius Agar. Extreme sensitiveness to pain; flushing of one or other cheek, Chamomilla Cham. Ear symptoms, Phosphorus Phos. (Ign. hard of hearing except to human voice; Phosphorus Pho. exact opposite, over-sensitiveness to ordinary sounds, deaf to voice). Nervous women, Mg. c., Mg. m. Tears, fevers, Nat Mur Nat. m. (Nat Mur Nat. m. is the chronic of Ign.). Teste places Ign. in his Ipecacuanha Ipec. group Nausea and vomiting; reversed peristalsis; congestive headaches and engorgements resulting from vomiting; tenesmus; intermittent fevers are the leading characteristics of the group. Causation.
Kali Permanganicum > compare
Compare Other oxydising salts, especially K. bi.; also Manganum Metallicum Mang., Causticum Caust., Kali Carb K. ca.; in oedematous uvula, Muriaticum Acidum Mur. ac., Apis Mel Apis.; in diphtheria, Diphth., Merc Viv Merc. cy., Ar. t., Kali Bich K. bi.., K. m.; in thick, ropy mucus, Kali Bich K. bi.. K. pm. antidotes Opium. A case of Opium poisoning is reported (H. W., xxxiii. 380), in which recovery took place after half an ounce of laudanum had been swallowed by mistake. Kali Phosphoricum Kali permang. in dilute solution (gr. ii. to the pint) was given repeatedly and acted promptly. Next day only dryness of mouth and throat was felt.
Muriaticum Acidum > antidotes
Antidoted by Carbonates of alkalies and earths (poisoning cases); to small doses Camphora Camph., Bryonia Bry. (Teste says the surest antidote is Ipecacuanha Ipec.). It antidotes Merc Viv Merc., Opium. It "cures the muscular weakness following the excessive use of Opium" (Hering). It follows well Bryonia Bry., Merc Viv Merc., Rhus Tox Rhus.
Antidote to Morphia and Strychnine poisoning.
Veratrum Album > antidotes
Antidote to Arsenicum Album Ars., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Cup. (colic), Op., Tab.; removes the bad effects of Opium and Tabacum Tobacco. Follows well Arsenicum Album Ars., Arnica Arn., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Cuprum Metallicum Cup., Ipecacuanha Ip.; Camphora Camph. (Cholera); Ammonium Carbonicum Am. c., Carbo Veg Carb. v., Bovista Bov. (in dysmenorrhoea with vomiting and purging). Lycopodium Lyc. and Nux Vomica Nux in painful constipation of infants. Followed well by Pulsatilla Puls., Aconite Aco., Belladonna Bell., Chamomilla Cham., Rhus Tox Rhus, Sepia Sep., Sulphur Sul.