1. Neurotic, hysterical subjects especially women and children. Nervous symptoms predominate in all complaints.
2. Mental and bodily lassitude ; dull, drowsy, dizzy ; wishes to be let alone ; may be desire to throw herself from a height ; or desire for expression in speech or writing with sense of increased power especially of memory.
3. Complaints from mental emotions especially psychic diarrhoeas.
4. Complete relaxation of the whole muscular system with entire motor paralysis ; general tremor ; lack of muscular co-ordination.
S. Spasmodic conditions or partial and local paralysis ; in groups of muscles ; professional neuroses (e.g. writer’s cramp).
6. Dull, tired headache at base of brain ; or beginning nape of neck or occiput and extending over head to one eye (gen. right) or both eyes ; commences with blurred vision and accompanied by vertigo ; < 10 a.m., profuse urination.
7. First stage of fevers ; asthenic tendency ; patient languid and listless, wishes to be let alone ; frequent, soft pulse ; prostration, vertigo ; more or less aching in back and limbs ; little or no thirst ; slight sweat ; chills run up and down the back.
8. Acute catarrhal conditions with watery mucous discharges ; much sneezing early a.m. Influenzas with coryza.
9. Female disorders with severe neuralgic pains shooting into back, hips and down the thighs. Excellent at parturition in atonic conditions.
10. Modalities ; < warm, moist, relaxing weather. < Mental emotions ; tobacco smoking ; thinking of ailments ; heat of sun and in summer yet locally heat often > pains ; < motion except heart symptoms ; > stimulants.
Keynote : Paralysis.
Dr. AG ClarkeGelsemium
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 16th, 2012 at 5:09 pm.
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Keywords: Coryza, Cramp, Fever, Headache, Influenza, Paralysis, Prostration, Sneezing, Tremor, Vertigo