1. Sallow-complexioned subjects ; lax fibre ; “bilious” temperament. Children.
2. Depression about his disease, etc. ; thinks he will die.
3. Alternating complaints ; e.g. winter headache alt. summer diarrhoea.
4. Difficult dentition ; moaning and grinding of teeth at night ; intense desire to press gums together (Phytolacca) ; head hot and rolling from side to side (Belladonna, Helleborus) ; often with diarrhoea as 6.
5. Hepatic troubles ; torpidity of liver with white or yellow-coated tongue, jaundice, etc. ; constant desire to rub or shake liver region with the hands.
6. Acute or chronic diarrhoeas ; painless or with colic ; various stools but gen. profuse, watery, foetid’ and exhausting ; with tendency to haemorrhoids or prolapse of rectum ; < early morning, continues during forenoon, followed later in the day by a natural stool (Aloe) ; < eating or drinking ; dentition diarrhoea of dirty water soaking through napkin ; while being washed.
7. Prolapse of rectum or of uterus especially from over-straining or lifting, with aching and bearing down pains.
8. Intermittent or remittent fevers where bilious symptoms predominate ; violent chills then intense fever with great loquacity, followed by sleep ; attacks come on at 7 a.m.
9. Right-sided complaints. e.g. ovarian pains.
10. Modalities ; < hot weather ; early morning.
Dr. AG ClarkePodophyllum
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 11th, 2012 at 11:50 am.
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Keywords: Colic, Dentition, Depression, Fever, Headache, Jaundice, Loquacity