Naja TripudiaVenom Of The Cobra, Naja Tripudians, Naja Tripudens, Snake, Serpent
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Naja Tripudia may help, unprocessed Naja Tripudia may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Naja Tripudia in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Naja Tripudia produces a typical bulbar paralysis (L.J. Boyd). Causes no hemorrhage but only oedema, hence the victims of this reptile frequently bear very little sign of external injury, a small scratch or puncture being the only indication where the fangs have worked their havoc. The tissue lying beneath the wound is colored dark purple, and a large quantity of viscid blood-like fluid collects in the vicinity of the wound. An intense burning pain at the spot bitten is the first symptom. In man there follows an interval before fresh symptoms occur. The average is about an hour. Once developed, the symptoms follow a rapid course. A feeling of intoxication is produced, followed by a loss of power over the limbs. The patient is bereft of speech, swallowing, and the control over the movement of the lips. The saliva is ejected in large quantities, the respiration gradually becomes slower and slower, and at length ceases. Conscious all time. Is not a hemorrhagic or septic, medicine like Lachesis Lachesis and Crotalus Horridus Crotalus. Naja Tripudia's action settles around the heart; valvular troubles. Marked surging of blood upwards, marked dyspnoea, inability to lie on left side. Hypertrophy, and valvular lesions. Organs seem to be drawn together. Very susceptible to cold. With heart symptoms, pain in forehead and temples. Diseases primarily depending upon degeneration of motor cells. Control of sphincters lost.
Sixth to thirtieth potency.
Compare: Serpent poisons generally. Bungarus fasciatus (Banded Krait) This venom produces a condition like an acute polioencephalitis and myelitis, both symptomatically and histologically. Lachesis Lach.; Crotalus Cascavella Crotal.; Spigelia Anthelmia Spig.; Spongia Tosta Spong.
Broods constantly over imaginary troubles
Suicidal insanity ( Aurum Metallicum Aur.) Depressed
Aversion to talking
Dreads to be left alone
Fear of rain.
Hay-fever, with dry larynx
Suffocative spells after sleeping ( Lachesis Lach.) Eyes staring
Ptosis of both lids.
Pain in left temple and in left orbital region, extending to occiput, with nausea and vomiting
Illusions of hearing; otalgia; chronic otorrhoea, black discharges; smells like herring brine.
Pain; rawness; larynx
Paralysis; after diphtheria
Heart; Dragging and anxiety in precordia
Feeling of weight on heart
With the heart symptoms pain in forehead and temples
Pulse Irregular in force
Threatened paralysis of heart, body cold, pulse slow, weak, irregular, tremulous
Acute and chronic endocarditis
Stitching pain in region of heart
Damaged heart after infectious diseases
unable to speak
Movements in and of chest; fluttering
Pain; heart; rheumatic
stitching, sudden, sharp; heart
Weakness; feels weak around the heart
Grasping at throat, with sense of choking
Asthmatic constriction in evening
Asthma beginning with coryza.
Female; Neuralgia of left ovary; often serviceable in obscure pain in left groin, especially in post-operative cases; Seems to be drawn to heart.
Sleep and dreams
Profound, like a log, with stertorous breathing, a typical reptilian state.