Red-wood; Ball-wood. Meliaceae.
Tincture and triturations of the bark.
Symptoms, pathogenetic and clinical, by Petroz. See Allen's Encyclopaedia, vol. 4, p. 512.
Vertigo, on stooping; reeling on seeing objects in confusion.
Buzzing and sensation as if brain were falling forward.
Sensation as of blow on head, leaving a sort of stupefaction, with diminution of power of thought for several days.
Objects appear greyish.
Dilatation of pupils.
Sensation as if eyeballs were being pushed out.
Chemosis where the pad was so extended and so thick that nothing of eye could be seen but pupil, at the bottom of a veritable tunnel. ~ After cataract extraction.
Paralysis of eyelids.
Tearing pain in tongue; lancinations; paralysis of tongue.
Tongue heavy, swelled, bleeding; greenish-yellow fur.
Tongue feels cold and dry.
Swelling of tonsils, rendering swallowing difficult.
Sensation of constriction and burning heat in throat.
Throat amel. from warm drinks.
Sensation of rupture at precordial region; agg. after supper.
Sensation as if bruised; itching; constriction.
Pressure in region of umbilicus.
Pain, tensive as if contused, in abdominal walls.
Lancination in groins and inguinal rings.
Ailments from flatulence.
Inflammation of bladder.
Frequent desire to urinate in evening.
Asthma of Miller; attacks of suffocation, burning; sobbing respiration; intermittent constriction of chest; respiratory symptoms agg. from putting hand to throat.
Whooping cough, with bloody sputa; dry, hacking-cough; cough deep, suffocating, violent, with expectoration.
Inner Chest and Lungs
Sense of anxiety; emptiness; distension of chest; heaviness.
Lancinations in right side of chest agg. by deep inspirations.
Cutting pain in back.
Constricted feeling in back; burning in loins.
Cutting pain in sacrum.
Violent shocks in arms; cramps in arms; burning heat in arms; brown spots under arms; boils.
Trembling of hands.
Paralysis of metacarpus.
Swelling of hands.
Weakness; sensation of distension.
Weakness of the muscles.
Cramps and convulsions of children.
Cramps when touched.
Convulsions during vomiting.
Heat of upper part and coolness of lower part of body.
During fever, anxiety, forgetfullness, pain in eyes, coated tongue, desire to vomit, oppression of chest, chest painful.
Intermittent fever, principally before noon; cold followed by heat with sweat; shivering, with flushes of heat; horripilation in affected parts.
Sweat, principally when eating or after eating.
As if brain were falling forward; sensation as of blow on head; as if eyeballs were being pushed out; as if ears were stopped up; pain in face as if burnt; sensation of rupture at precordial region; as if bruised at scrobiculum and stomach; as if contused in abdominal walls.
Pain: in rectum; in eyes; in chest; in bones.
Lancinations: of tongue; in groins and inguinal rings; in right side of chest.
Tearing pain: in tongue.
Cutting pain: in back; in sacrum; in legs; in joints.
Cramps: in arms; of children.
Compressive, corrosive pain: of teeth.
Tensive pain: in abdominal walls.
Burning heat: in throat; in loins; in arms; in limbs.
Heat: of upper part of body.
Constriction: in throat; of stomach; of chest; in back.
Pressure: at stomach; in region of umbilicus.
Emptiness: of chest.
Heaviness: of chest.
Dryness: of mouth.
Roughness: of palate-bone.
Tongue feels cold and dry.
Twitchings of mouth.
Itching: at stomach.
Steatoma; hot swelling; swelling of affected parts.
Suppuration of glands.
Caries of bones; nocturnal pain in bones.
Itching eruptions; dry eruptions; eruptions of burning vesicles.
Lupus of an ochre-red color.
Compare: Apis (chemosis, asthma Millari, etc.); Arnic. (injuries); Phosphor. (steatoma); Ignat. (nerves); Mercur. and Silica (bone pains, suppuration, etc.).
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 05, 1887|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Guarea trichilioides|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|