Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Oleander in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: Conium Mac Con.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Causticum Caust.; Lathyrus Sativus Lathyr. Oleander contains Oleandrin and also Nerein which latter is said to be closely related if not identical with Digitalin. The pulse becomes slower, more regular, more powerful. Diuresis; palpitation, oedema and dyspnoea of valvular disease, disappear.
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Clematis Erecta > compare
Compare: Clematis vitalba (varicose and other ulcers); Silicea Sil.; Staphysagria Staph.; Petroleum Petrol.; Oleander Oleand.; Sarsaparilla Sarsap.; Cantharis Canth.; Acid Phos Phos-ac.; Pulsatilla Pulsat.
Digitalis Purpurea > compare
Compare: Oleander Nerium Odorum (resembles in heart effects Digitalis Purpurea, but also has an action like Strychnia on spinal cord. Spasms appear more in upper part of body. Palpitation; weak heart will be strengthened by it. Lock-jaw). Adonia; Crataegus (a true heart tonic); Kalmia Latifolia Kalmia; Spigel; Liatris Spicata Liatris;