Aethusa Cynapium

Especially for children during dentition in hot summer weather; children who cannot bear milk. Great weakness; children cannot stand; unable to hold up the head (Abrot.); prostration with sleepiness.

Idiocy in children; incapacity to think; confused. An expression of great anxiety and pain, with a drawn condition and well-marked linea nasalia.

Features expressive of pain and anxiety.

Herpetic eruption on end of the nose.

Complete absence of thirst (Apis, Puls. – rev of Ars.).

Intolerance of milk: cannot bear milk in any form; it is vomited in large curds as soon as taken; then weakness causes drowsiness (compare Mag. c.).

Indigestion of teething children; violent, sudden vomiting of a frothy, milk-white substance; or yellow fluid, followed by curdled milk and cheesy matter.

Regurgitation of food and hour or so after eating; copious greenish vomiting.

Epileptic spasms, with clenched thumbs, red face, eyes turned downwards, pupils fixed and dilated; foam at the mouth, jaws locked; pulse small, hard, quick.

Weakness and prostration with sleepiness; after vomiting, after stool, after spasm.

Relationship. – Similar: to Ant. c., Ars., Cal., Sanic.

Aggravation. – After eating or drinking; after vomiting; after stool; after spasm.

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