Tussilago Fragrans - General symptoms, Tus-f.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Tussilago Fragrans in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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petasites fragrans, Moen.
Natural order, Compositae.
Common name, Italian or fragrant Tussilage.
Preparation, Tincture of whole plant.
Authority. Dr. Demeures, Journ. de la Soc. Gall., vol. iv, p. 109, three drops on the tongue.
State of mind such that I was satisfied with everything.
everything about me seemed pleasing.
severity of disposition.
benevolence of language.
I could engage in discussions of the most exciting interest with calmness, while making use of the most appropriate expressions.
in fine, entering upon them without hesitation, and succeeding in them, being beforehand confident of success (fifth to tenth day).
January 5th (ninth day) I started for Toulon.
I returned thence on the 12th, stouter in person than on my departure. I often take this journey, and at my return I always have been reduced in flesh, owing to irregular diet. From January 10th to February 5th, this increase in size continued, and was perceptible to myself.
but, on the other hand, I felt, after the 10th of January, a degree of plethora, which might easily have overcome me. The abdomen, which had a tendency to corpulency, was reduced to its normal size. Eight years later it had not yet regained that former protuberance.
Pylorus pain, plethora and corpulency
petasites fragrans. Italian or fragrant Tussilage. N. O. Compositae. Tincture of whole plant.
Demesnes proved Tus. fg. taking three drops of the Ø tincture on the tongue. After first causing a disagreeable, spiteful mood, it set up, in a few days, an opposite condition, which lasted some time. A journey taken on the ninth day of the proving, which usually caused loss of weight, did not do so. Stoutness increased, and plethora was added.
later the abdominal protuberance permanently disappeared. A Peculiar Sensation induced was as if a morsel of food lay at the bottom of the cardia and would not pass. SYMPTOMS.