1. Phlegmatic scrofulous subjects with low vitality, children who dislike sweets.
2. Various complaints (catarrhal, rheumatic, dropsical, etc.) from exposure to or < by damp, cold atmosphere (Lemna, Natrum sulfuricum) especially sudden changes in hot weather (Bryonia alba), < evening and night.
3. Suppression of discharges or retrocession of eruptions from damp air, working in water.
4. Delicate skin especially liable to nettlerash over whole body, often precedes menstrual period ; chronic vesicular eruptions even to ulceration ; large, smooth fleshy warts.
5. Paralysis of single parts ; parts feel cold.
Dr. AG ClarkeDulcamara
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 16th, 2012 at 5:14 pm.
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Keywords: Paralysis, Ulceration