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Sarsaparilla - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Smilax, Sarsaparilla Officinalis, Sarsap, Sars.

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HPUS indication of Sarsaparilla: Flatulence
Common symptoms: Flatulence, Dry skin, Itching.

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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Merriness and feeling of strength,

Merrier and livelier than usual (first and second days),

In very good spirits, merry and full of fun, all day,

Happier and livelier than usual (first and second days),

Soul and body restless before midnight,

The soul is affected inordinately by the pains; the mind is depressed, the mood dull; he feels wretchedly, and moans involuntarily,

Inclined to weep, and out of humor, forenoon,

Sad and depressed, absorbed within himself,

Much depressed in mind and sluggish,

Depression of spirits,

Great anxiety, first in the head, then in the whole body, with trembling, mostly in the feet, forenoon,

Anxiety and fears, with palpitation of heart,

Great anxiety, with constriction of the throat,

She thinks she cannot bear the headache,

Dulness of temper, and stoppage of nose,

Silent moroseness,

Very easily vexed, and cannot forget the cause of vexation,

Extremely ill-humored, even vexed "by the fly on the wall,"

Every word may offend him,

Ill-tempered and moody, afternoon,

Cross, but with disposition to work,

Very ill-humored, in the morning, with heaviness of the head (eighth day),

Cross, without disinclination to work,

Very ill-humored all day; better in the evening (seventh day),

Has aversion for everything; nothing gives her pleasure; only in the forenoon (sixth day),

Very changeable humor, every two or three days (fifth day),

Inclined to work, in the afternoon,

Inactive, sluggish, indisposed to work, awkward,

Inaptitude for mental application (immediately),

Indisposed to work, cross, and hot in the face (immediately),

Spelt the word "write" "right," and could not think for a minute how it should be spelled (sixth day),

Felt it almost too much trouble to write down the symptoms and to seek for their conditions (sixth day),


Stupid and heavy in the head (eighth day); sometimes as if the temples were being compressed, forenoon, 11 o'clock,

Stupor, weakness of head,

Without consciousness; cannot speak, with headache,

Loss of consciousness after nausea and dizziness; fell down,

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