Selenium - RelationshipsSelen, Selenium Metallicum Sel.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Selenium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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RELATIONS - Antidoted by: Ign., Puls., Mur-ac. Incompatible: Chin., Wine. Compatible after: Calad., Nat-c., Staph., Ph-ac. (in sexual weakness). Itch checked by Merc. or Sulph. often requires Sel.
COMPARE - (1) Agn., Calad., Sulph., Tell., Ph-ac. (2) Arg-n. - Nervous imbalance with weakness, trembling, vertigo, ataxia. (3) Alum. - Paretic weakness, especially of the rectum and bladder. (4) Stannum - Nervous exhaustion and extreme weakness of the respiratory organs. (5) Calad. - Depressive state as a result of excess of tobacco and sexual over-indulgence. (6) Rauw.
Compare Hunger at night, Cin., Psorinum Pso., Ignatia Ign., Lycopodium Lyc. Impacted stool, Aloe Socotrina Alo., Calc Carb Calc., Sanic., Sepia Sep., Sel. Impotence (Chlorinum ( Chlorum ) Chlor. sudden). Priapism, glans drawn up, Berberis Vulgaris Berb.; (glans drawn down, Cantharis Canth.). Aphonia of singers, Causticum Caust., Argentum Metallicum Arg. m., Stan., Ar. t., Graphites Graph. Prostatitis and urethritis, Lithium Carbonicum Lith. c., Digitalis Purpurea Dig., Cyc., Causticum Caust., Lycopodium Lyc., Cop. Hot weather fatigue, Lachesis Lach., Camphora Camph., Natrum Carbonicum Nat. c., Nat Mur Nat. m. Bad effects of mental exertion and loss of sleep, Sulphur Sul. Impotence, Sulphur Sul. (Sulphur Sul. has more coldness and shrivelling of the organs; Sel. more total relaxation, so that semen escapes involuntarily and dribbles). Exhaustion consequent on protracted diseases, Sulphur Sul. (Sulphur Sul. has flushes of heat on least motion; and gone feeling in forenoon). Periodical headaches, Sulphur Sul. (Sel. every afternoon, agg. from tea; Sulphur Sul. once a week, agg. from coffee). Headaches of drunkards or debauchees, Sulphur Sul. (Sulphur Sul. agg. from all forms of alcohol; Sel. headaches are sometimes amel. from brandy; also its gastric symptoms). "Cat-naps," Sulphur Sul. (Sel. wakes precisely at same hour, before rising time, at which all symptoms agg.; Sulphur Sul. has not the periodic hour for waking, and does not fall asleep again). Itching in folds of skin, Sulphur Sul. (Sel. has also "tingling in spots"). Chronic enlargement of liver, Sulphur Sul. Loss of appetite in morning, Sulphur Sul. (Sulphur Sul. has increase of thirst; Sel. has not. Sel. has white tongue; Sulphur Sul. has not). Emaciation, Nat Mur Nat. m., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. Debility from loss of fluids, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. Twitching of face, Tell. Bores fingers in nose, Cin., Ar. t. Throbbing after meals, Natrum Carbonicum Nat. c. agg. From tea, Thuja Thuj., Fer. Pain in back with emissions, Cob. Fatigue, Pic. ac. Sun effects, Sol. Larynx, Nat. sel. Causation.
Related Nat Mur Nat-m
Alcohol. Tea. Sugar. Salt. Lemonade. Debauchery. Walking. Exertion. Masturbation. Loss of fluids.
Incompatible Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Wine. Compatible after Caladium Seguinum Calad., Natrum Carbonicum Nat. c., Staphysagria Staph., Acid Phos Pho. ac. (in sexual weakness) Itch checked by Merc Viv Merc. or Sulphur Sul. often requires Sel.
Incompatible Cinchon., wine.
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Selenium. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Compare, in sexual weakness; Agnus Castus Agnus; Kali Bromatum Kali-brom.; Lycopodium Lycop.; Selenium Selen.; Yohimbinum Yohimbine. In diarrhoea: Chelidonium Majus Chelid.; Gamboge.; Sulphur Sulph.; Nymphoea odorata - Sweet Water Lily - (early morning diarrhoea, backache); acrid leucorrhoea, offensive ulcers; bronchorrhea; ulcerative sore throat.)
Tellurium > compare
Compare: Radium.; Selenium Selenium.; Tetradymite - crystals from Georgia and North Carolina containing Bismuth, Tellurium AND Sulphur - (coccygodynia, ulceration of nails; pains in hands, in small spots, ankles, heels, and tendo-achilles); Sepia Sep.; Artemisia Vulgaris Arts.; Rhus Tox Rhus.