Tincture of the bark of the root.
Provings by Paine, Clark, Cressor and Hale. See Allen's Encyclopaedia, vol. 5, p. 193.
- Retrosternal pain, Burnett, Hom. Rev., vol. 32, p. 205; Scarlatina (20 cases reported cured), Horton, A. H. O., vol. 8, p. 174; Erysipelas, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 4, p. 162; Eczema, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 3, p. 551, and vol. 4, p. 161; Herpes circinatus, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 3, p. 551; Impetiginous eruption, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 3, p. 551; Impetigo figurata, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 3, p. 551; Lichen lividus, Horton, A. H. O., vol. 4, p. 162.
Aching pain in right temple.
Dull headache on rising, passing off on getting up.
Fullness of head at night.
Sharp, shooting pains in occiput, often associated with liver disturbance.
Erythema of face.
Erysipelas of entire face, agg. right side, extending around to right ear, which was swollen twice its natural size; eyelids turgid and infiltrated, nearly obscuring sight, agg. right side.
Pain in right side of fauces.
Sore throat, with dry lips and moist mouth.
Throat feels swollen, with pain on right side.
Chronic inflammation of throat, with general debility.
Pain in epigastrium and boring in stomach.
Sinking sensation at stomach.
Indigestion, with gastric irritability; flatulence.
Flatulence and aching in abdomen after dinner.
Deep seated pain on left side near kidneys.
Heat and pain in hypogastrium.
Irritation and inflammation of mucous membrane of bowels, followed by dysentery.
Loose stool which smells like onions.
Tenesmus and burning after stool.
Bilious, yellowish green stools with burning and tenesmus.
Constipation preceded by diarrhea.
Colic, very severe and prostrating, with purging.
Diarrhea of soldiers in camps.
Great oppression in chest, with cutting pains in lungs.
Retrosternal pain, agg. or only felt when walking out of doors, after meals, or when hurried, or going up hill.
Suffocating pain in chest, especially when walking, so that he has to stand still. ~ Angina pectoris.
Pain in left side, agg. on pressure.
Congestion of lungs.
Dropsy of chest of rheumatic origin, when there are bright red erythematous spots.
Scrofulous consumption, with great emaciation.
Stitchlike pain under right scapula, when stooping.
Aching pain in small of back on stooping.
Aching or shooting pain in lumbar region.
Aching in right, pain in left shoulder.
Great pain in right axilla, extending down arms along course of nerves.
Aching pains in arms and wrists, as if sprained.
Rheumatic pain in right shoulder, extending to pectoral muscles, producing inability to draw a deep inspiration; a single thickly set patch of impetigo figurata upon inside of left leg, between knee and in step which soon became crusted, discharging a purulent, ichorous secretion, irritating surrounding skin, producing a wide, inflammatory margin; painful and sore; difficulty in walking.
Rising: dull headache amel. when getting up.
Stooping: stitch-like pain under right scapula; aching in small of back.
Could neither sit nor lie with any comfort on account of eruption.
Going up hill: retrosternal pain agg.
Walking out of doors: retrosternal pain agg.; suffocating pain in chest so that he has to stand still; difficult on account of eruption on legs; pain from rectum to bladder amel.
Night: fullness of head; cramplike pain in left hip.
Attacks come on first half of night: pain from rectum to bladder.
Latter half of night must walk his room.
Right: aching pain in temple; erysipelas of face agg., extending to ear; eyelid turgid and infiltrated; swelling in submaxillary glands agg.; pain in side of fauces; stitch-like pain under scapula; aching in shoulder; pain in axilla; rheumatic pain in shoulder.
Left: coryza from nostril; deep seated pain on side near kidneys; pain in side; pain in shoulder; cramplike pain in hip; a single thickly set patch of impetigo figurata upon inside of leg.
Arms and wrists as if sprained.
Pain: in right side of fauces; in epigastrium; in each hypochondriac region; hypogastrium; retrosternal; in left side; in left shoulder; in eczema of hands.
Great pain: in right axilla, extending down arms along nerves.
Cutting: in abdomen; in lungs.
Sharp pain: in occiput.
Shooting pain: in lumbar region.
Stitchlike pain: under right scapula; in occiput; about liver.
Suffocating pain: in chest.
Severe pressing pain: extending from rectum to neck of bladder.
Very severe and prostrating colic.
Cramplike pain in left hip.
Boring: in stomach.
Deep seated pain: on left side near kidneys.
Deep, drawing, tickling pain: in ears.
Aching: in right temple; in abdomen; in small of back; in right shoulder; in arms and wrists.
Rheumatic pain: in left shoulder; extending to pectoral muscles.
Dull pain: in head.
Heat: in hypogastrium; on inner side of thigh; in feet.
Soreness: of tip of tongue.
Unbearable smarting pains: eczema of hands.
Dryness: of nose; of fauces; of lips.
Fullness: of head.
Oppression: in chest.
Sinking sensation: at stomach.
Tension: eczema of hands.
Painful itching: of eruption upon body, face and arms.
Intolerable itching and soreness of eczema of hands.
Violent itching: over whole body in spots.
Redness of skin, resembling flush of scarlatina; violent itching over whole body, in spots, changing about, first one place then another; agg. when being heated from overexertion.
Erysipelatous inflammation of skin of body and extremities.
Numerous and extensive patches of eruption on body and extremities, varying in size from a dollar to a man's hand. ~ Erythema nodosum.
Eruption upon body, face and arms; painful itching causing an irresistible inclination to tear off the crusts. ~ Ecthyma.
Eruption resembling eczema simplex.
Eruption general and almost confluent; pustules large and thickly set; those upon face seemed to be drying, with steady increase and aggravation of those upon body and extremities; could neither sit nor lie with any comfort; worried; slept but little; appetite poor; diarrhea. ~ Ecthyma.
Impetiginous eruption upon chin, which had been torn and broken, producing hard crusts, which nearly covered entire surface; some scattering crusts of same upon hands and arms; several large aphthous sores upon inside of lips and upon tongue; constipation; child fretful and feverish; ichorous secretion of sores had inoculated mother's breast, producing similar sores around nipples.
Various forms of eruptions emanating from a psoric or sycotic taint.
Entire circumference of leg, from knee to ankle, covered with lichen lividus; the livid character of papula, and ecchymosed streaks running from pimple to pimple, appeared almost like a coarse purple net drawn around limb; severe pressing pain extending from rectum to neck of bladder, thence radiating up spermatic cords; attacks come on first half of night during sleep; amel. walking; must walk his room the entire latter half of night.
Chronic eczema of hands, one attack hardly subsiding before a fresh crop made its appearance, often passing from simple to impetiginous variety; the ichorous and semi-purulent secretion oozing upon exercising the hands, would crust over again, causing most intolerable itching and soreness; is awakened at times from sound sleep and finds himself scratching the skin off hands; dyspepsia, with bronchial irritation and cough.
Simple eczema of hands and wrists, assuming finally all characteristics of a fully developed impetigo figurata in its pustular stage; the patches had coalesced and eruption had become confluent generally; pustules were discharging and crusting over, and there was an unbearable degree of tension and pain about them.
Eczema of hands, disease having reached impetiginoid degree, extending over entire back of both hands, and around ball of thumbs nearly to middle of palms; upon removing bread poultices which patient had applied the softened crusts and intervening epidermis adhered to them, leaving a raw surface, and this was followed by a copious discharge of blood; unbearable smarting pains.
Girl, aet. 18 mos., impetiginous eruption.
Boy, aet. 2 suffering three months; ecthyma.
Girl, aet. 4; herpes circinatus.
Girl, aet. 8; ecthyma.
Boy, aet. 14; impetigo figurata.
Man, had ill health for some time; complained of languor; slight nausea at times, and occasional wandering pains about limbs; was seized quite suddenly during night with acute pain through right hypochondriac region, darting upward into chest; difficult respiration and cough, nausea and fever: Acon. relieved, and three days after there appeared erythema nodosum.
Man, after feeling indisposed a week or two; impetigo figurata.
Woman, aet. 35, afflicted occasionally, for years; eczema.
Man, aet. 65, formerly farmer, debilitated, broken down constitution; lichen lividus.
Woman, aet. 80; erysipelas.
Compare: Bryon. in rheumatic pains, dropsy of chest, stitching in liver, occipital headache; Chelid. in liver pain, especially under right scapula, bilious stools; Nux vom. in jaundice, liver pains, occipital headache; Gelsem., Coccul. and Carbo v. In occipital headaches.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 06, 1888|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Juglans cinerea|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|