Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stramonium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Strong disposition to sleep by day.
Deep sleep, with snoring, cries, and howling.
Lies on back with open, staring eyes.
Restless sleep, with tossing about, twitching, and screaming.
(Restlessness of old age; she constantly wakes up those about her.)
R. T. C.).
Comatose somnolency, with a ridiculously solemn expression of countenance on waking.
(Boy wakes in a great fright from indefinable terrors; stammers and puffs on least excitement.)
R. T. C.).
Agitated sleep, with vivid dreams.
Frightful visions during sleep.
Kneeling position in bed, and starting at least touch, with shrieks and wild gestures.
Convulsions, which resemble St. Vitus' dance.
Convulsions (in children) with profuse perspiration followed by sleep.
Convulsions, as in epilepsy, but without loss of consciousness.
Face red and bloated.
Cannot walk or keep on the feet in a darkened room. is sure to fall.
Restlessness of the body; staggering when walking; pithy, numb feeling of outer parts.
Complaints concomitant to morbid sleep.
agg. During perspiration; after sleep, when first awakens from sleep will shrink away as if in fear; in the dark; in solitude.
amel. In company.
The Stram. patient longs for light; if lying down, longs to sit up, and dislikes having head on pillow.
Spasmodic, drawing, paralytic pains in muscles and joints of limbs.
Contractive cramp in limbs.
Tingling in the limbs.
Sensation as if limbs were separated from body.
Slow contraction and extension of limbs.
Attacks of cramps of different kinds.
Opisthotonos (the body is bent backwards with distorted countenance).
Cramps, and other hysterical sufferings.
Stiffness and contraction of several of the limbs.
Attacks of cataleptic stiffness in body, with loss of consciousness, preceded by headache with vertigo.
Easy movement, or great heaviness, of limbs.
Involuntary motions; hydrophobia.
Excessive aversion to liquids.
The movement of the muscles subject to the will is easier and increased.
Convulsive jerking of limbs, with weeping.
Convulsive movements and jerks, esp. on touching, or fixing the eyes on brilliant objects (such as a candle, a mirror, or water), or else appearing periodically.
Syncope, with stertorous breathing.
Unconscious snoring; jaws hang down; hands and feet twitch; pupils dilated.
Trembling of limbs (also in drunkards).
Tottering of limbs, when walking, and when standing upright.
Paralysis, sometime, after an attack of apoplexy.
(General paralysis of insane.)
R. T. C.).
Symptoms as from old age, sight becomes dim, has to use glasses, mind gets weak, cannot complete sentences, avoids people and suspects them; wakes with r. arm over his head and cannot get it down again (produced.)
R. M. Theobald.).
Weakness, with necessity to lie down.
Suppression of all secretions and excretions.
Painlessness with most all ailments.
Restlessness and nervousness beyond description.
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