Cactus Grandiflorus

1. Fear of death (more persistent than in Aconite) especially in plethoric persons subject to local congestions. 2. Constrictive sensation as of hoop in various organs ; of whole body as if caged, each wire being twisted tighter and tighter ; with numbness. 3. Cardiac troubles, acute and chronic, with characteristic constriction ; heart feels


1. Adapted to nervous, excitable temperaments, especially in women and children ; children during dentition ; rheumatic diathesis. 2. Every degree of ill-temper ; fits of spiteful irritability ; uncivil even to best friends (no underlying ill nature like Nux Vom.) ; confesses the fault but repeats it ; affirms “cannot help it, I feel


1. Thin, single women with rheumatic tendencies and nervous, hysterical temperament. 2. Unstable mental state constantly relapsing into profound depression ; anxiety and fears of death, insanity, nature and extent of illness, etc. ; loquacity ; mental and physical restlessness ; mental state alternating with physical. 3. Utero-ovarian disorders, with various reflex disturbances incidental thereto


1. Fair women and children of weak, nervous temperament with tendency to spasmodic complaints ; sensitive, romantic girls. 2. Patient cannot bear least contradiction ; angry and offended at mere trifles ; times passes too quickly. 3. Great lassitude of the whole body with trembling weakness. 4. Sensation of emptiness or hollowness in various organs


1. Acute, sub-acute and chronic rheumatism ; pains severe, suddenly change locality, going from joint to joint, with numbness, gen. < early part of night or soon after going to bed. 2. Cardiac diseases assoc. with rheumatism or in post influenza conditions ; violent shooting, stabbing pains ; palpitation ; great dyspnoea ; slow, weak


1. Light-haired, irresolute persons of phlegmatic temperament ; often scrofulous or syphilitic. 2. Hypochondriasis ; indifferent to everything and everyone ; angry at trifles but soon sorry. 3. Vesicular and pustular eruptions, especially after vaccination ; copious exudation of thick pus over which tough scabs form ; appear especially about the face and head ;


1. Sanguine, thin, dark-haired women of rigid fibre. 2. Alternating mental states ; peculiar arrogance and illusionary greatness ; sometimes impulses to injure or even kill persons previously cared for (often distresses patient). Melancholy mood ; life wearisome yet fears death which she thinks near ; long sulks ; vexation at trifles. 3. Physical and

Rhus Toxicodendron

1. Adapted to the rheumatic diathesis. 2. Great sadness and apprehension with Inclination to weep ; < at night, in the house > out of doors. 3. Sub-acute and chronic rheumatism and rheumatoid affections with the characteristic modalities ; pains as if the bones were scraped with a knife ; also paralytic weakness with numbness

Secale Cornutum

1. Tall, thin, scrawny, feeble women of lax muscular fibre ; old, decrepit subjects. 2. Extreme debility with restlessness, great anxiety and fear of death. 3. Collapse in choleroid and other diseases, hippocratic face with contortion especially about the mouth ; skin cold to touch yet external warmth, covering, etc., intolerable. 4. Passive haemorrhages ;


VESPA CRABRO – Live Wasp Skin and female symptoms marked. Indurated feeling. Vasomotor symptoms of skin and mucous membranes. Dizzy, better lying on back. Fainting. Numbness and blindness. Nausea and vomiting, followed by creeping chills from feet upward. Cramping pain in bowels. Axillary glands swollen with soreness of upper arms. Perspiration on parts laid on