Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sarsaparilla in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Lachrymose, and very ill-humored, in the forenoon.
The soul is extraordinarily affected by the pains, the spirit is oppressed, the mind troubled; he feels unhappy and groans involuntarily.
Sad and dejected; engrossed in himself.
Great anxiety, first in the head, then in the whole body, with trembling chiefly in the feet.
Inactive, languid, indisposed to work, awkward.
Indisposed to work, sullen and hot in the face (at once.).
Sullen, without disposition to work.
Sullen, but disposed to work.
Very ill-humored, in the morning, with heaviness in the head.
Very bad humor, all the day.
Disgusted with everything, she has no pleasure in anything, only in the forenoon.
Extremely peevish, the fly on the wall vexes him.
Very much vexed and cannot forget vexatious matters.
Readily insulted by a word.
Very changeable mood, every two or three days.
More bright and cheerful than usual (1st, 2d d.).
Very good-humored, merry and joking all day long.
Disposed to work, in the afternoon.
More bright and cheerful than at other times (1st, 2d, d.).
Inability to do mental work (at once).
Obscuration in the head, attended with flatulence.
Stupid feeling and heaviness in the head, at times, as if the temples were being pressed together.
Heaviness in the left temple.
The head feels somewhat heavy in the left temple, till noon.
Heaviness in the head with tension in the right side of the neck, especially on moving the head.
Muddled feeling in the head when sitting for a while, with a mist before the eyes, bruised sensation in the limbs, stuffing of the nose and troubled mind.
The muddled feeling in the head always passed away toward evening.
Dull and muddled in the head, all the forenoon, in the afternoon peevish and ill-humored.≡ more ...