Oleum Morrhue - General symptoms - T.F. AllenCod-liver Oil, Oleum Jecoris Aselli, Oleum Morrhuae, Oleum jecoris, Ol-j.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Oleum Morrhue in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Oleum morrhuae, cod-liver oil.
The oil obtained from the liver of various species of fish, mostly of the genus Gadus, especially from the species Gadus morrhua, L. (the Newfoundland cod); order of fishes, Telostei.
Provings made with De Jongh's Norwegian oil.
A regular tertian intermittent fever commenced on the 8th of February returning four times, receding two hours at each renewed attack.
the first paroxysm occurred at 12 M., the second at 10, the third at 8, and the last at 6 A.M.
the chill lasted about two hours, passing down the back and around the abdomen.
this chill was succeeded by a fever, with profuse perspiration,.
Sense of fluttering, like the movements of a watch, commencing in the region of the sacrum and gradually rising to the occiput.
as the sensation ascends the back, it affects the abdomen and chest in such a way that she becomes, as it were, transfixed.
she can move neither hand nor foot.
these sensations occur whilst in a state of motion or rest.
if in motion, she must at once cease all movements,.