Oenanthe CrocataWater Drop Wart, Oenanthe, oeNANTHE, Oena.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Oenanthe Crocata in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Epileptiform convulsions; worse, during menstruation and pregnancy. Puerperal eclampsia; uraemic convulsions. Burning in throat and stomach, nausea and vomiting. Red spots in face. Convulsive facial twitching. Skin affections, especially lepra and ichthyosis.
First to sixth potency.≡ show all authors ...
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attempts to escape
makes gestures; of hands; grasping or reaching at something
shrieking; before convulsions
Dazed; between convulsions
talks a lot
Delusions, imaginations, hallucinations, illusions
environment and surroundings; carried to a height
sensation of flying
As if in a dream
Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition
rage, fury (see insanity, mania, delirium)
Intellectual faculties; impaired thinking; as if mesmerised, hypnotised
from drinking (delirium tremors)
Perception; does not recognise his relatives
talks to himself
automatic conduct (see mental insensibility)
after convulsions (see convulsions)
mental insensibility (see conduct automatic)≡ show all authors ...
▲ VERTIGO, DIZZINESS
Pains all over head, dizzy
Tendency to fall over; falling backward
As if intoxicated
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Sudden and complete unconsciousness
Furious delirium, giddiness
Countenance livid, eyes fixed, pupils dilated, Convulsive twitching of facial muscles, trismus, foaming at mouth, locked jaws
Tendency to cry over little things.
Hot; flashes of heat
Movements of head
falling (see heaviness); backward
falling (see heaviness); backward; while sitting
falling (see heaviness); forward; while sitting
Hair; falling≡ show all authors ...
unable to open eyes
eyes closed; half open
eyes closed; unable to open eyes
Pupils; alternately contracted and dilated in the same light
Lost vision, blindness; on waking≡ show all authors ...
Skin; discoloration; redness; evening
Lost, deafness; on waking≡ show all authors ...
Bloated (see swelling, congestion)
Congestion (see heat)
Motions of jaw
Abnormal grin from contraction of facial muscles
discoloration; bluish; with convulsions
spots (see skin)
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Froth, foam, from mouth
Growths, blisters, swellings; blisters
burning, raw and smarting
as if excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed)
Speech; unable to speak
Saliva; mucus, slime
Biting self; tongue; in spasms
Discoloration; tongue; red; tip
movement of tongue; protruded
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swallowing; on swallowing
rattling trachea (wind pipe, see respiration)
gullet gurgling; during convulsion
Tickling in the air passages; larynx
Voice; hoarseness≡ show all authors ...
Movements in and of chest; spasms of chest; diaphragm
aching; sides; left
Tickling cough, with rattling in the lower part of the chest, and thick, frothy expectoration
Heavy, spasmodic, stertorous breathing.
sides; breathing in
sides; when breathing; with deep breathing
aching; sides; when breathing in deeply
Problems come on suddenly
Like deep snoring
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Bloody, spitting of blood (see chest haemorrhage)
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Coldness; during convulsions
Discoloration; red; spots
Loss of feeling≡ show all authors ...
▲ BACK AND NECK
opisthotonos (body bent backward and stiffened)≡ show all authors ...
Swelling; from watery fluid; abdominal cavity; with chronic diarrhoea
Bladder; urination; involuntary, incontinence; during convulsions
desires, cravings; cold drinks
nausea; before stool
vomiting; during vertigo, dizziness≡ show all authors ...
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
inactivity of rectum
insufficient, incomplete, unsatisfactory stool
Large≡ show all authors ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
period; short duration≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Pain along crural and sciatic nerves, commencing in back
Cold hands and feet
Numbness of hand and foot.
upper limbs; hands
upper limbs; hands; blue
lower limbs; foot
Contraction of muscles and tendons
Hands and feet
clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction)
clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction); epileptic convulsion
clenching fingers (see extremities; convulsions, contraction); thumbs
Movements and positions
flexed; limbs feel pulled; inwards; thumbs
loss of power of movement
stretched out; lower limbs
twitching; during period
Numbness (see tingling)
discoloration; upper limbs; red; spots
discoloration; upper limbs; spots
discoloration; hand; blueness
discoloration; foot; blueness
out-break on skin
Stiffness; during convulsion≡ show all authors ...
Sleep and dreams
Comatose; between convulsions
rapid muscle spasm
coldness of the body
in women; during period
in women; instead of period
in women; from childbirth
periodic; every 14 days
with tetanus rigidity
In women; symptoms during period
Weakness (see lethargic, weariness)≡ more ...