Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sinapis Nigra in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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(Nos. 1 to 10, provings by Dr. Clarence W. Butler, N. Am. J. of Hom., 1872, p. 541.) 1, C. S. F., took 15th dil. twice a day for three days without effect, then 2d dil. twice a day for about ten days; 2, A. C., took 15th dil. twice a day for a week; 3, J. B. T., doses not mentioned; 4, H. C. C., 1st dec. dil., two doses; 5, G. S. H., took repeated doses for nine days (prover suffering from naso-pharyngeal catarrh); 5a, same, took 1st dec. dil., repeated doses, for a week; 6, G. T. H., repeated doses for three days; 6a, same, took 10 drops of the 1/3d dil.; 7, A. H. H. doses not mentioned; 8, G. W. R., took 1st dec. dil.; repeated doses, for three days; 9, Miss J. S. S., took 30th dil. three times a day for three days; 10, D. M. B., took 12th dil. twice a day for five days, then the 1st dil. sixth day; 10a, same, a month later, took the 1/3d several times a day; 10b, same repeated proving; 11, Arneville, Lancet, 1850, 1, 33, fatal effects of mustard applied to swollen glands on neck; 12, Cattell, Br. J. of Hom., 11, 524, symptoms; 13, action of mustard baths, from Trousseau (Butler).
Natural order, Cruciferae.
Common name, Black mustard.
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