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Nux Vomica - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Hering

Poison-nut, Nux, Nux vom, Colubrina, Nux-v.

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HPUS indication of Nux Vomica: Vomiting

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

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Defective memory; manner shy and awkward.

Can't read or calculate, for she looses the connection of ideas; thinks she will lose her reason.

Time passes too slowly.

Delirium tremens, with oversensitiveness, nervous excitability and malicious vehemence.

Desire to talk about one's condition, with anxious reflections about it.

Inclined to find fault and scold; morose; stubborn; an insane desire when alone with her husband, whom she adores, to kill him.

Disinclination to work and great lassitude or weakness in the morning.

Cannot bear reading or conversation; irritable and wishes to be alone.

Anxiety, with irritability and inclination to commit suicide, but is afraid to die.

Despondent and buoyant alternately.

Hypochondriac mood of persons of sedentary habits, and of those who dissipate at night, with abdominal suffering and constipation; also when worse after eating, with sensitiveness.

Loss of energy.

Careful, zealous persons, inclined to get excited and angry, or of a spiteful, malicious disposition.

Irritable, morose, sullen; apt to become quarrelsome if disturbed.

Anger with habitual malicious, spiteful disposition.

Fiery, excited temperament.

Oversensitiveness to external impressions; noise; smells; light and music; or the most trifling ailments are unbearable and affect him much.

Oversensitiveness, every harmless word offends, every little noise frightens, anxious and beside themselves, cannot bear the least, even suitable medicine.

Ailments after continued mental labor.

Worse after mental exertion.

After anger, chilliness alternating with heat, vomiting of bile, and thirst; great laziness and aversion to occupy oneself.

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