- Mental alienation, Amberg, Schuessler's Tissue Remedies, p. 70; Melancholia religiosa, Amberg, Schuessler; Headache, Wesselhoeft, Schuessler, p. 29; Neuralgia of face, Wesselhoeft, Schuessler, p. 29; Stomatitis, Rapp, Schuessler, p. 43; Cholerine, Schuessler, p. 84; Enuresis, Crowell, Schuessler, p. 64; Amberg, Allg. Hom. Ztg., vol. 103, p. 84; Asthma, Rapp, Schuessler, p. 63.
Loss of memory, or weak memory.
Quiet delirium. ~ Dysentery. ~ Pneumonia.
Delirium tremens; horrors of drunkards; fear, sleeplessness, restlessness and suspicion; rambling talk; endeavors to grasp or avoid visionary images.
Says she is eternally and irretrievably damned; continually weeping and crying, wringing her hands, pulling to pieces and tearing her clothing, as well as bed covering; does not recognize her surroundings; no sleep; staring eyes; often must be held by two persons; food and medicine must be forcibly administered. ~ Melancholia religiosa.
Anxiety, nervous dread without special cause, gloomy moods, fancies, taking dark views of things, dark forebodings.
Melancholia and other similar ailments, which arise from deranged mental function, caused by overstrain of mind, or from exhausting drainings affecting nerve centres of spinal cord.
Sighing or moaning, also when occurring during sleep.
Whining and fretful disposition in children and adults.
Crying or screaming in children, from undue sensitiveness.
Hysterical fits of laughter and crying; yawning.
Shyness, excessive blushing, from undue sensitiveness.
Vexation, restlessness and irritability.
Easily frightened, and inclined to fear.
Depression of spirits and lassitude.
Profound hypochondria and melancholia, weariness of life and fear of death, suspiciousness, weeping mood.
Dread of noise, oversensitiveness to noise and light.
Homesickness, morbid activity of memory, haunted by visions of past, and longing after them.
Excruciating nervous headache, with great sensitiveness to noise, during menses.
Pains and weight at back of head, with feeling of weariness and exhaustion.
Headache of students; brain fag from overwork.
Headache amel. by motion.
Softening of brain; early stage; hydrocephalus.
Brain affections with diarrhea smelling like carrion.
Deafness, from want of nervous perception, weakness, or exhaustion of auditory nerve.
Noises in ears from nervous exhaustion; nervous roaring.
Ulceration of membrana tympani and middle ear suppurations, with foul discharge.
Atrophic conditions of nerve.
Face livid and sunken, with hollow eyes.
Neuralgia in right side of face, proceeding from hollow teeth, amel. by cold applications.
Facial neuralgia; great weakness after attack.
Loss of power in muscles of face, causing contortions, or an involuntary twist of mouth. ~ Paralysis.
Sweat during meals, with feeling of weakness at pit of stomach; “gone sensation”.
Indigestion with great nervous depression; faint feeling.
Inflammation of stomach; failing strength, dryness of tongue.
Diarrhea: painless, watery; with heavy odor; occasioned by fright and other causes depressing and exhausting nerves; putrid, carrion-like stools; great prostration.
Delirium, dryness of tongue, tympanites; carrion-like odor of discharges; dysentery; pure blood is discharged.
Stools: like rice water; offensive, ichorous; pure blood.
Vomiting and diarrhea; painful cramps in calves; rice water stools. ~ Cholera.
Cholera (second stage) caused by affection of nerves of intestinal canal.
Putrid and typhoid dysentery.
Bright's disease; depressed condition of nerves; sleeplessness, irritability, weary feeling.
Diabetes; nervous weakness; breath peculiar, with hay-like odor, thirst, emaciation, often voracious hunger, all consequent on liver derangement.
Inflammation of bladder; asthenic condition.
Catarrh of bladder; vomiting, paleness of face, loss of strength and dryness of tongue.
Paralysis of sphincter, inability to retain urine, generally of old people.
Incontinence of urine, from paralysis of sphincter.
Obstinate enuresis; general weakness.
Menses: premature and profuse in nervous subjects; too scanty; too profuse, with heavy odor, dark red, or blackish red, thin and not coagulating.
Amenorrhea, retention or delay of monthly flow, with depression of spirits, lassitude, and general nervous debility.
Labor pains: feeble and ineffectual; spurious.
Mastitis, pus brownish, dirty looking, with heavy odor; adynamic condition; gangrenous, bad colored, bad smelling pus.
Childbed fever with absurd notions or mania.
Second stage of puerperal fever.
Pain in lower part of left thorax, agg. on coughing; slight catarrhal cough; tongue dry; pulse frequent, small and intermittent; no appetite; great weakness.
Edema pulmonum; dyspnea, spasmodic cough, with expectoration of frothy, serous masses; lassitude and prostration; livid countenance.
Palpitation: from nervous causes; on ascending, with shortness of breath; with nervousness, anxiety; with sleeplessness.
Intermittent action of heart: with morbid, nervous sensitiveness; from violent emotions, grief, care.
Fainting, from weak action of heart.
Pulse intermittent, irregular.
Sluggish circulation, in sensitive, nervous subjects; to strengthen heart's action.
During rest: tearing, paralytic pains agg.
After rest: stiffness; severe rheumatism.
Rising: neuralgic pains agg.; paralytic pains agg.
Beginning to move: paralytic pains agg.
Motion: headache amel.; rheumatic affection amel.; paralytic pains amel.
Gentle exercise: neuralgic pains amel.; stiffness amel.; rheumatism amel.
Going up stairs: shortness of breath.
Starting on being touched, or at sudden noises.
Undue irritability, after exhausting diarrhea or long continued use of purgatives.
Disposition to feel bodily pains too acutely.
Nervous attacks, from sudden or intense emotion, or from smothering passion; in highly nervous and excitable persons; also feeling as of a ball rising in throat.
Fits, from fright, with pallid or livid countenance.
Spasmodic attacks; face pale and sunken, body and limbs cold, violent palpitation. ~ Epilepsy.
Nervous affections, when occurring without reasonable causes, such as impatience, irritability, dwelling upon grievances, merriment becoming oppressive, shedding tears about trifles, making mountains out of mole hills.
Neuralgia, much reduced constitutions, paralyzing pains.
Neuralgic pains, amel. with gentle exercise, agg. on rising.
Paroxysms of pain followed by great weakness.
Feeling of faintness; lassitude and palpitation.
General debility, with nervousness and irritability.
Adynamic typhoid condition.
Collapse, with livid countenance and low pulse.
Tearing, paralytic pains in nerves, most during rest, amel. from motion without exertion, especially felt after rising from sitting, or on beginning to move.
Lameness: recent, paralytic, from exhaustion of nerves, with stiffness after rest, yielding to gentle exercise; rheumatic; rigidity of muscles.
Creeping paralysis; course of disease slow; tendency to wasting, with loss of sense of touch.
Shock of paralysis, with morbid sensibility, or a bruised and painful feeling in part affected, or rigidity of paralyzed limbs.
Paralysis dependent on exhaustion of nerve power in recent cases, as after diphtheria.
Paralytic states, nasal voice, strabismus, etc., after diphtheria.
Infantile paralysis recent, and if connected with teething.
Softening of spinal cord, idiopathic, with gradual deadening of nerves.
Yawning: excessive, unnatural; hysterical.
Sleeplessness: after worry or excitement; from nervous causes; simple wakefullness.
Night terrors, in children awakening with fright and screaming; somnambulism.
Noises in head on falling asleep, feeling as if a rocket had passed through head.
Typhus or typhoid fevers; haggard face, pulse whizzing or very small.
Intermittent fever; sweat profuse and exhausting, fetid.
In yellow fever; if Carbo vegetabilis is not sufficient.
Excessive, exhausting, strong swelling sweats.
As if tongue would cleave to roof of mouth; as of a ball rising in throat; as if a rocket had passed through head.
Pains: at back of head; in lower part of left thorax.
Lancinating nervous headache.
Tearing, paralytic pains; in nerves.
Paralyzing pain: in limbs.
Painful cramps: in calves.
Drawing, laming pains: in sole of foot.
Rheumatic or neuralgic affections: of sciatic nerve.
Neuralgia: in right side of face.
Bruised and painful feeling: in part affected.
Dryness: of tongue.
Weight: at back of head.
Function of brain cells depressed. ~ After concussion.
All ailments which arise from or denote a want of nerve power; hence nervous prostration, exhaustion, nervous rigors; also all affections in which brain, and consequently mind, shows want of vigor.
Insanity, mania or other mental derangement; from exhausted or depressed condition of brain or nerve cells, showing itself in perverted function.
Anemia or leukemia, caused by long lasting mental depression, poverty of blood from continuous influences depressing mind or nerves.
Too rapid decay of blood corpuscles.
Hemorrhages; blood not coagulating, thin, blackish or light red.
Septic hemorrhages; stench from mouth and stomach; discharges smelling like carrion; putrid gangrene; prostration.
Scorbutus, gangrene, noma or stomatitis, gangrenous angina, phagedenic chancre, offensive, carrion-like diarrhea, adynamic or typhoid conditions.
Fatty metamorphosis in muscular fibres.
Atrophy, wasting disease, putrid smelling stools.
Rheumatism, acute and chronic, with pains disappearing on moving about, severe in morning after rest, and on first rising from sitting position.
Rachitis with atrophy; profuse, discolored, foul smelling diarrhea; violent thirst; sometimes discolored vomiting; brown covering of teeth, etc.
Suppurations, dirty, foul, ichorous fetid matter.
Cancer, encephaloid, medullary, soft (brain-like convolutions), chiefly occurring in young.
Vesicles, with bloody ichorous contents.
Greasy, offensive smelling crusts or scales.
Skin diseases with bad smelling discharge.
Scarlet fever: putrid condition of throat; typhoidal.
Smallpox; adynamia and decomposition of blood.
Offensive ulcers; bad colored, ichorous, bad smelling.
Pale, sensitive, irritable persons.
Atrophic conditions in old people.
Girl, aet. 7; enuresis.
Woman, aet. 33, pale and thin; neuralgia of face.
Woman, aet. 44, formerly neither inclined to piety nor fanaticism; melancholia religiosa.
Man, aet. 60; enuresis.
Man, aet. 80; mental alienation.
Compare: Arsen., Baptis., Carbo v., China, Ignat., Kreos., Laches., Mur. ac., Phosphor., Phytol., Pulsat., Rhus tox.
Compatible: Cycl., disordered mental conditions; Kali mur., in puerperal fever; Magnes. phos., bladder troubles; Zinc. phos., incipient paralysis of brain, with nephritic irritation; Natr. mur., Nitr. ac. hemorrhages.
After weakening diseases, mushrooms, by virtue of containing Kali phos., rapidly restore muscle and nerve tissue.