Sarsaparilla - RelationshipsSmilax, Sarsaparilla Officinalis, Sarsap Sars.
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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Compare: Berberis Vulgaris Berb.; Lycopodium Lycop.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Petroleum Petrol.; Sassafras; saururus - Lizard’s tail - (Irritation of kidneys, bladder, prostate and urinary passages. Painful and difficult micturition; cystitis with strangury). Cucurbita citrullus - Watermelon. Infusion of the seed acts promptly in painful urination with constriction and backache, relieves pain and stimulates flow.
Antidote: Belladonna Bell.
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Sarsaparilla. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Asparagus Officinalis > compare
Compare: Althaea Officinalis Althaea - Althaea Officinalis Marshmallow - (contains asparagine; irritable bladder, throat and bronchi.) Physalis Alkekengi Physalis Alkekengi. Digitalis Purpurea Digital.; Sarsaparilla Sarsap.; Spigelia Anthelmia Spigelia
Berberis Vulgaris > compare
Compare: Ipomea - Convolvulus Duartinus - Morning Glory. - (Pain in left lumbar muscles on stooping. Kidney disorders with pain in back. Much abdominal flatulence. Aching in top of right shoulder renal colic; aching in small of back and extremities), Aloe Socotrina Aloe; Lycopodium Lycopod.; Nux Vomica Nux.; Sarsaparilla Sarsap. Xanthorrhoea arborea (severe pain in kidneys, cystitis and gravel. Pain from ureter to bladder and testicles; pain in small of back returns from least chill or damp). Xanthorrhiza apifolia - Shrub Yellow Root - Contains Berberine. Dilatation of stomach and intestines, atony, enlarged spleen.
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.
Sulphur > compare
Compare: Aconite Acon (Sulphur often follows in acute diseases); Merc Viv Mercur and Calc Carb Calcarea are frequently useful after Sulphur, not before. Lycopodium Lyc; Sepia Sep; Sarsaparilla Sars; Pulsatilla Puls; Sulphur hydrogenisatum (delirium, mania, asphyxia); Sulphur terebinthinatum (chronic rheumatic arthritis; chorea); Tannic acid (Nasal haemorrhage; elongated uvula; gargle; constipation). Magnes artificialis (great hunger in evening, profuse sweat on face, bruised pain in joints, rectal constriction after stool). Magnetis polus Articus (anxious, coldness of eyes as if a piece of ice lay in orbit, increased flow of saliva, constipation, sopor, trembling, abdominal flatulence). Magnetis Polus Australis (dryness of lids, easy dislocation of ankle, ingrowing toe-nails, aching in patella, shooting in soles).