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Ranunculus Bulbosus.

The Common Field Buttercup. Ranunculaceae.

Provings by Franz, Archiv fr Homeopathische Heilkunst, vol. 7.


- Hemeralopia (2 cases), Billig, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 149; Neuralgia of stomach, Custis, Hom. Phys., vol. 2, p. 403; Jaundice, Custis, Hom. Phys., vol. 2, p. 403; Diarrhea, Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 43; Pains in chest, Pope, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 38; Smith, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 247; Sore spots after pneumonia, Ockford, Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 19, from H. W., vol. 9, p. 198; Pneumonia, Buchner, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 328; Smith, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 250; Pleuritis, Smith, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 249; Hydrothorax and pleurisy, pneumonia, Smith, Times Ret., 1877, p. 40; Sensation of coldness on chest, Burnett, B. J. H., vol. 33, p. 730; Pleurodynia, Dudgeon, B. J. H., vol. 24, p. 160; Strong, Hom. Rev., vol. 10, p. 753; Intercostal neuralgia, Black, B. J. H., vol. 2, p. 274; Gerstel, Times Ret., 1877, p. 119; Pain at scapula, Jeanes, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 334; Raue's Rec., 1872, p. 33; Herpes on hands and fingers, Schweikert, Haubold, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 45; Wart on thumb, Chancre, A. H. Z., vol. 102, p. 64, from Bib. Hom., Jan., 1881; Sciatica, Smith, N. E. M. G., vol. 12, p. 248; Times Ret., 1877, p. 39, from Mass. Trans., vol. 4, p. 760; Pain in knee and abdomen, Heath, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 233; Cerebro-spinal affection, Colton, A. H. O., vol. 10, p. 471; Rheumatism, Hartmann, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 536; Black, B. J. H., vol. 2, p. 274; Herpes zoster, Marwick, B. J. H., vol. 30, p. 133; Pemphigus, Rummel, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 4, p. 165; Eczema, Pope, A. H. Z., vol. 107, p. 45; Chilblains, shingles, Marwick, Hom. Rev., vol. 15, p. 64.

MIND. [1]

Vanishing of thought on reflection; stares at one point.
Obtuseness of senses.
Quarrelsome, angry mood, easily provoked.
Afraid of ghosts; does not like to remain alone.
At the beginning of delirium tremens, with talkative mania; unusual exertions and powerful efforts to escape from bed; convulsions of facial and cervical muscles; risus sardonicus; stitches in liver; long-lasting gastralgia, burning changing to a dull pressure, with nausea; vertigo; confusion of head, as if intoxicated.


Vertigo, with danger of falling, when going from room into open air.
Dizziness of head; sensation as if head would be enlarged and distended, making it difficult to think.


Headache over right eye; agg. lying down; amel. walking and standing.
Pressing headache in forehead and on vertex, as if pressed asunder, with pressure on eyeballs and sleepiness; amel. in evening and when entering a room, from cold air, or vice versa.
Pain in temples; drawing and pressure in evening while walking, with feverish restlessness and difficulty of breathing.
Congestion of blood to head, sensation of fullness and enlargement of head.
Headache, with nausea and sleepiness.
Headache is caused or aggravated by a change of temperature.


Head feels too large.
Crawling, creeping, or burning pricking in scalp.


Mist before eyes.
Hemeralopia during pregnancy; heat, biting and pressure in eyes; redness of conjunctiva and lids, especially inner surface of lower lids; lachrymation; pus in canthi; pustules on eyes; eyes look weak; pupils dilated; candlelight appears to her as a bright circle; can see well during day.
Sudden hemeralopia in a boy aet. 3 3/4 years; pupils but slightly dilated; mother similarly affected.
Pressure and smarting in eyeballs.
Painfullness of right eyeball.
Sensation of burning soreness in right lower eyelid.
Smarting and soreness in outer canthus of right eye.
Herpes zoster supraorbitalis, with bluish-black vesicles, high fever and usual pains.


Sticking in right ear in region of tympanum.
Stitches in ears, principally in evening.


Redness and inflammatory swelling of nose, with tension.
Scabs in nostrils; sore nose.
Hay fever; smarting in eyes; eyelids burn and feel sore; nose stuffed up, especially toward evening, with pressure at root of nose and tingling and crawling sensation within its cavity; sometimes this sensation attacks posterior nares, causing patient to hawk and swallow and endeavor in every way to scratch affected part; hoarseness; sharp, stitching pains in and about chest; general muscular soreness; neck of bladder may be affected, producing some burning in passing water.


Dry heat in face, with redness of cheeks, evenings.
Tingling in face, especially on nose and chin.
Vesicular eruption on face, as from a burn; smarts as if scalded; eruption in clusters. ~ Eczema.


Spasms of lips.


White saliva in mouth, tasting like copper.


Much viscid phlegm in throat.
Scraping, burning in throat and roof of mouth, inflammatory.


Increased thirst in afternoon.


One of our most effective agents for the removal of bad effects of alcoholic beverages; hiccough; epileptiform attacks; delirium tremens.


Frequent eructations.
Spasmodic hiccough. ~ Alcoholism.
Nausea in afternoon, sometimes with headache.


Pressure in pit of stomach.
Violent burning in region of cardiac orifice of stomach.
Sensation of soreness and burning in pit of stomach; agg. from touch.
Neuralgia of stomach; attacks irregular, coming on without special cause; pain in pit of stomach, with distressing burning and soreness; wanted the clothing all loose and to bend back, with great restlessness and some jaundice; attacks preceded by itching of palms of hands inducing scratching.


Sensation of soreness in hypochondria, especially to touch.
Stitches in region of liver, extending into chest.
Pulsations in left hypochondrium.
In evening, hypochondria and lowest ribs feel painful as if bruised.
Jaundice; itching of body, especially of palms of hands.


Rumbling and movements in abdomen.
Stitches in left side of abdomen, in forenoon when walking.
Stitching with pressure, in right side of abdomen, in region of last true rib, arresting breathing, with stitches and pressure on top of right shoulder, when walking after having been seated.
Sore pain and stitches in left side of abdomen, immediately after supper.
Violent stitches from left lumbar region transversely through abdomen, especially below umbilicus and toward right groin, immediately after dinner.
Colic and cutting pains in abdomen when pressing on it, sensation as if everything were sore and bruised.
Burning soreness in abdomen.
Great tenderness of abdomen to touch.


Diarrhea for a week; colorless, watery, painless, a little frothy, generally coming in one gush, about six times daily.
Acute abdominal and thoracic pains following dysentery; chronic serous discharges of dysentery, with stabbing pains in abdomen and chest.


Ulcers in bladder.


Ovarian neuralgia, chronic cases, always excited by atmospheric change.
Leucorrhea, at first mild, then acrid, corroding.


Heavy, short breathing, in evening; must take a deep breath frequently, with burning and fine stitches in left side of chest.


Oppression of chest, with much weeping in evening with sore pain in eyes, especially right; as after deep chagrin, had to take a deep breath frequently.
Pressure and tightness across lower part of chest, with fine stitches which seem to be felt in outer parts of chest first, but then extend deep into chest, now in right now in left side; agg. moving, stooping, or taking an inspiration; in evening when walking or standing, in open air or in room.
Pressing pain in outer parts of chest.
Violent pains in chest whole forenoon.
Pains in chest, stitches in right side and pressure in middle chest, continuing uninterruptedly almost all day, with painful inspiration.
Pain in morning as if bruised, or as if one had been lying in a wrong position, in region of lowest true rib, left side.
Pain in left side of chest, in morning, in region of pectoralis major, near axilla, agg. during motion.
Early in morning, while walking, feels a sticking in region of fifth and sixth left ribs, with great sensitiveness to touch and debility.
Sticking pain in left chest and as if there were subcutaneous ulceration, agg. from motion.
Stitches in interior of left side of chest, when walking in open air, in region of nipple; the stitches disappear when he continues to walk, after which a pain is felt below last true rib in right side of abdomen.
Violent sticking pain above left nipple, near axilla, in morning, when rising; dare not move his arm or raise it; dare not even raise trunk lest he should scream with pain; has to sit or stand stooping, with head and chest forward to left side.
Sticking pain in right side of chest, in region of fifth and sixth ribs, in forenoon.
Painful soreness under short ribs of left side, especially when moving trunk, for several days.
Violent pressure and sensation as if bruised over whole left side of chest, immediately after rising, in morning; every movement of shoulder causes pain; pain spreads over whole chest, with shortness of breath, is unable to speak long sentences on account of want of breath.
Pain as if bruised in region of short ribs, with pain in back, lassitude and ill-humor.
Pressing and pushing in lowest part of right side of chest, toward liver, in forenoon.
Pain in chest and restless nights, continuing for weeks.
Stitches, neuralgic, myalgic, or rheumatic pains in chest.
Chronic soreness on pressure within thorax or abdomen, as from subcutaneous ulceration.
Chronic pains in chest, frequently extending toward liver or from liver into chest.
Chronic cases of internal pains, especially over region of diaphragm; inframammary pains of women.
Diaphragmitis; sharp, shooting pains, pains from hypochondria and epigastrium through to back.
Pleurisy and hydrothorax.
Pneumonia resulting from sudden exposure to cold while overheated, or vice versa; cheeks bright red; tongue clean; respiration difficult, short, oppressed, accompanied by loud rales; dry heat; turgescence of skin without sweat; early prostration, so great at onset that he can hardly walk; small, rapid pulse, with great excitement of heart and circulation; nausea, even fainting when sitting up and on motion.
Left-sided pneumonia with pleurisy; great soreness just below left nipple on drawing a breath, with a sensation as of something tearing, and occasional pleuritic stitches radiating from that point over whole left side of chest, which was quite sensitive to touch; appetite and strength failing from effects of incessant pain; there was but slight cough; while drawing an unusually full breath a sudden sense of tearing in affected part of chest, followed by expectoration of about two ounces of blood.
Small sore spot, as from subcutaneous ulceration; after pneumonia.
Acute thoracic pains after pneumonia or pleuritis, suggestive of adhesions.
Pain about lungs from adhesions after pleurisy.


Pulse full, hard, rapid in evening, slower in morning.


Whenever she goes out of doors a sensation as if she had cold wet cloths applied to three different parts of anterior wall of thorax, viz., in both infraclavicular fossae and just under left breast; sensation comes on at once on going out of doors, is constant as long as she is out, and disappears immediately on going into house; it prevents her from conversing with any one while out; after a fall two and a half years ago.
Stitches about chest in every change of weather.
External painfullness of whole trunk.
External soreness of chest and abdomen, agg. from touch, motion and coughing, accompanied by tightness of chest as if a full breath could not be drawn on account of acute pain and mental anxiety.
Chest feels sore, bruised; agg. from touch, motion, or turning body. ~ Pleurodynia.
Sharp, shooting pains about chest. ~ Intercostal neuralgia.
Acute pain principally in shoulder, axilla and mamma, so severe in breast that she dreaded cancer. ~ Intercostal neuralgia.
After overstraining himself threw up some blood; it rose into mouth at night or after exertion, and seemed to draw from right side about hip; blood-spitting ceased, but more or less pain continued in that part ever since, and down into arm toward insertion of pectoral muscle; the breast swells the size of hand and is tender to touch and when arm is moved; agg. from cold, singing, hard work; feels much depressed, wishes to lie down and give up. ~ Pleurodynia.
Slight rigor; pain in left side about sixth or seventh ribs, increasing during night and following day; sat bent forward in bed and leaning toward left side; slightest motion caused intense pain like a knife thrust into side and through back; intense dread of any movement; is afraid to take a full breath; unable to lie down for a moment; could not bear least touch on affected side; screamed if compelled to make least movement; pulse 120, small, weak; much exhausted by want of sleep and the awkward position. ~ Pleurodynia.
Pleurodynia, rheumatic, myalgic or neuralgic.
Rheumatism of several months standing caused by catching cold during a sea voyage; pains confined almost entirely to trunk; chest and abdomen feel bruised; on least motion pains become cutting and sharp.


Pain along inner edge of left scapula, often extending below its inferior angle or through lower half of left side of thorax.
Stitches in and between shoulder-blades.
Muscular pains about lower margin of shoulder-blades in women who follow sedentary employments; pain burning, often over only a small space, greatly agg. by long-continued needlework or writing.
Pain in back, lassitude, and pain as if bruised in region of short ribs, with ill-humor.
Stitches in right lumbar region when walking, with a slight burning sensation.
Pain depending upon spinal irritation.


Spasmodic, rheumatic pains in arms.
Stitches in arms and hands.
Jerking pain in right upper arm.
Sudden tearings in right forearm and between thumb and index finger; while writing.
Herpes or blisterlike eruption in palms of hands; blue blisters on fingers.
Cold hands.
Frequent tingling in single parts of fingers.
Cauliflower-like wart on outer side of terminal phalanx of right thumb.


Great weakness in lower limbs, in forenoon, when walking.
Sciatica especially in women; pains agg. moving about, yet not better lying down; agg. in rainy, stormy weather; stitching-burning pains, radiating from dorsal region of spine.
Drawing pain in thighs, extending downward.
Severe pain on inner aspect of left knee, very sore to touch, point of pain easily covered with finger end; sometimes amel. from motion agg. from pressure; knee joint cracked on stretching limb; also sore spot on abdomen about two inches above navel and same distance left of median line; it was sore as a boil, but no external evidence; agg. from pressure.
Stinging and soreness in feet and toes.
Pulsative stitches in left heel, when standing, in forenoon.
Corns sensitive to touch, smart and burn.
Stump of amputated leg a mass of chilblains, many places being much ulcerated; intense pain and itching, preventing rest at night.


Lying down: headache over right eye agg.
Could not lie down: pain in side.
Could not lie on side: dyspnea.
Sitting up: fainting.
Sat bent forward in bed and leaning toward left side: pain in side.
Has to sit or stand stooping, with head and chest forward to left side.
Standing: headache over right eye amel.; stitches and tightness in chest; stitches in heel.
Indisposition to standing or walking: irritability of cerebro-spinal system.
Change of position: bruised pains agg.
Motion: pain in left side of chest agg.; of arm or trunk agg. sticking above left nipple; causes fainting; soreness of chest agg.; abdomen agg.; of arm, tenderness of breast; slightest, causes intense pain in side; sciatica agg.; sometimes amel. pain in knee; bruised pains agg.
Walking: headache amel.; pressure in head agg.; stitches in abdomen; after having been seated stitches in shoulder; stitches and tightness in chest; sticking in left chest continuous; stitches disappear; weakness in lower limbs.

NERVES. [36]

Tired and broken down all day.
Lassitude, ill-humor; pain in back and as if bruised in region of short ribs.
Twitching of muscles.
Epileptiform attacks. ~ Alcoholism.
Sudden weakness, with fainting.
Trembling of limbs, with oppression of breathing, after fright or anger; agg. in evening, and sometimes after eating, from change of temperature, especially from heat to cold.
Intercostal or spinal neuralgial; rheumatic or neuralgic pleurodynia.
Great depression of spirits, almost amounting to suicidal mania; constant twitching and jerking of muscles of neck and of face and chest contiguous of this region; muscles of back, between shoulders, also contributed to increase this jerking movement; the principal direction of the movement was to bring chin directly, or from side to side, toward chest; sterno-mastoid and sternohyoid muscles frequently drawn into ridges by tonic contractions of their fibres; agg. from talking and presence of individuals; while talking, if shoulders were constantly moved up and down, the spasm was considerably amel. and the articulation easier; marked indisposition to stand up for any length of time, also to walking, even about house. ~ Irritability of cerebro-spinal system.

SLEEP. [37]

Falls asleep late in evening and wakes several times at night, not from any pain, but because he is not sleepy.
Disturbed sleep at night.
Sleeplessness, often with dyspnea, heat and ebullitions; cannot lie on side.

TIME. [38]

Morning: pain as if bruised in region of lowest true rib left side; sticking pain above nipple; pressure and bruised sensation in left side of chest; pulse slower; sweat scanty.
Forenoon: stitches in abdomen; violent pain in chest; weakness in lower limbs.
Day: tired and broken down.
Immediately after dinner: stitches through abdomen.
Afternoon: increased thirst; nausea; stitches in heel; chilly, with heat in face agg.
Evening: pressing headache agg.; pressure in temples; stitches in ears; nose stuffed up; dry heat in face; hypochondria feel painful; heavy short breathing; oppression of chest; stitches and tightness in chest; pulse full, hard, rapid; trembling of limbs; falls asleep late; chilly, with heat in face agg.
Night: sleep disturbed by itching of chilblains; wakes several times.
After midnight: intermittent fever.


Room: stitches or tightness in chest.
Open air: stitches and tightness in chest, as if she had cold cloths applied to thorax; well-covered chest is chilly.
Change of temperature: causes or aggravates headache; excites ovarian neuralgia; stitches about chest; trembling of limbs.
From room into open air: vertigo; pain in forehead and vertex agg.
From cold air into room: headache agg.
Sudden exposure to cold while overheated, or vice versa; pneumonia.
Cold: tenderness of breast agg.; ulcers agg.
Draft of cold air: bruised pains in different parts of body agg.
Rainy stormy weather: sciatica agg.; rheumatic pains agg.

FEVER. [40]

Chilly, with heat in face, agg. afternoon and evening; the well-covered chest is chilly out-doors.
Pulse full, hard and rapid in evening; slower in morning; chill predominates, with heat in face; agg. in afternoon and evening.
Chilliness and heat in face after dinner.
The fever consists only of a chill.
Heat, with internal chill at same time.
Heat in evening, agg. on right side of face, with cold hands and general discomfort.
Sweat scanty, only in morning on waking.
Intermittent fever after midnight; heat and violent thirst, with full, soft, quick pulse, followed by general sweat, mostly on forehead.
Rainy, stormy weather: sciatica, agg.; rheumatic pains agg.


Daily: diarrhea six times.
For weeks: restless nights and pain in chest.


Right: headache over eye; painfullness of eyeball; soreness of lower eyelid; soreness of outer canthus of eye; sticking in ear; stitching with pressure in side of abdomen; stitches and pressure on top of shoulder; stitches in side of chest; pressing and pushing in lowest part of right side of chest; blood seemed to draw from side about hip; jerking pain in upper arm; tearing in forearm and between thumb and index finger; wart on terminal phalanx of thumb; heat agg. side of face.
Left: pulsations in hypochondrium; stitches in side of abdomen; stitches from lumbar region through abdomen toward right groin; burning and stitches in chest; sticking in region of fifth and sixth ribs; stitches in interior of side of chest; violent sticking above nipple; violent pressure and bruised sensation over whole side of chest; pneumonia; soreness below nipple, along inner edge of scapula, or through lower half of side of thorax; severe pain on inner aspect of knee; pulsative stitches in heel.


Confusion of head, as if intoxicated; as if head would be enlarged; as if head were pressed asunder; hypochondria in lowest ribs painful as if bruised; as if everything in abdomen were sore and bruised; as if there were subcutaneous ulceration; as if bruised in left side of chest; in region of short ribs, as if bruised; as of something tearing in chest; as if she had cold wet cloths applied to three different parts of wall of thorax; as if a full breath could not be drawn; as of a knife thrust into side and through back; muscles as if they had been pounded.
Pain: over right eye; in temples; in pit of stomach; in chest; in region of lowest true rib left side; in region of pectoralis major; in back; about lungs; along inner edge of left scapula.
Intense pain: in stump of amputated leg.
Violent pains: in chest.
Acute pain: in chest; in shoulder, axilla and mamma.
Severe pain: on inner aspect of left knee.
Cutting pains: in abdomen.
Stabbing pains: in abdomen and chest.
Shooting pains: from hypochondria and epigastrium to back; about chest.
Tearings: in right forearm and between thumb and index finger.
Stitches: in liver; in ears; from liver into chest; in left side of abdomen; on top of shoulder; from lumbar region through abdomen; in left side of chest; in right side; in interior of left side of chest; in and between shoulderblades; in right lumbar region; in arms and hands.
Pulsative stitches: in left heel.
Stitching pains: in and about chest; in right side of abdomen.
Stitching burning pain: radiating from dorsal region of spine.
Jerking pain: in right upper arm.
Pressing pain: in outer part of chest; in lowest part of right side of chest.
Drawing pain: in thigh.
Rheumatic pains: in chest; in arms; in muscles about trunk.
Sticking: in right ear; in region of fifth and sixth left ribs; in left chest; above left nipple; in right side of chest.
Stinging: in feet and toes.
Smarting: in eyeballs; in outer canthus of right eye; in eyes; of eruption on face; of corns.
Burning soreness: in lower eyeball; in abdomen.
Burning: in region of cardiac orifice of stomach; in pit of stomach; in neck of bladder; of corns; of eczema; of ulcers.
Soreness: of nose; in pit of stomach; in hypochondria; under short ribs in left side; just below left nipple; in feet and toes.
Burning pricking: in scalp.
Painfullness: of right eyeball.
Pressure: in forehead; on vertex; on eyeballs; in temples; in eyes; at root of nose; in pit of stomach; on top of right shoulder; across lower part of chest; in middle of chest, over whole left side.
Pulsations: in left hypochondrium.
Heat: in face.
Tightness: across lower part of chest.
Oppression: of chest.
Tingling: in face; in single parts of fingers.
Crawling: in scalp; in nose; in skin of fingers.
Creeping: in scalp.
Itching: of palms; of body; of stump of amputated leg; of vesicles on fingers.
Chilliness: in face; in chest.


Inflammation of serous membranes, particularly of pleura or peritoneum; acute stabbing pains in chest in case of pleuritis; effusion of serum, with great anxiety, dyspnea and distress.
Rheumatism of muscles, particularly in muscles about trunk; intercostal rheumatism; muscles sore to touch, feel bruised as if they had been pounded.
Tearing-stitching bruised pains, now in one then in another part of body; pain agg. from touch, motion, change of position, draft of cold air; fever; heat of one side of body with coldness of hands and feet.
Rheumatic pain agg. in damp weather, and particularly from change of weather or change of temperature; rheumatic headache.
Rheumatic and arthritic soreness, with stitches over whole body.


Touch: burning in pit of stomach agg.; soreness of hypochondria; tenderness of abdomen; sensitiveness of left side of chest; breast swells and is tender; left knee very sore to touch; corns sensitive; muscles about trunk sore; ulcers agg.
Pressure: on abdomen, bruised feeling; agg. pain in knee.
After a fall two years ago: as if she had cold wet cloths applied to thorax in open air.

SKIN. [46]

Coarse itching in hollow of hand.
Crawling in skin of fingers.
Vesicles on fingers, transparent, dark-blue, elevated as large as pin's head; intolerable burning itching; herpetic horny scurf forms after vesicles open; scratching brought on a shining red, loose swelling of fingers, with inflammation; after applying hart's grease the horny scurf no longer formed, but in places, the size of a shilling, crowded groups of small holes of size of pin's head (as if they were the pores) were formed, emitting a yellow lymph in shape of drops of sweat and changing to small, flat, spreading ulcers, healing with difficulty, with corroded sharp borders and intolerable burning-stinging itching, depriving him of rest for weeks.
Vesicular eruptions as from burns.
Herpes zoster; zona; vesicles filled with serum which burn, may have a bluish-black appearance; especially when following course of supraorbital or intercostal nerves and followed by sharp stitching pains.
Herpes: preceding neuralgia costalis; on fingers and in palm of hand; over whole body.
Pemphigus: large blisters form, burst, and leave raw surfaces; in children, blisters of two, three or four inches in diameter; restlessness; prostration.
Constantly repeating eruption of blisters, secreting a foul-smelling, gluey matter, forming crusts and healing from centre. ~ Pemphigus.
Eczema: vesicles followed by scurfs, then a fresh eruption of vesicles, with burning and itching; attended by thickening of skin and formation of hard, horny scabs.
Pain like that of shingles, without eruption.
Shingles and intercostal neuralgia.
Flat, burning, stinging ulcers, with ichorous discharge; pus sanious or acrid; agg. from touch or cold.
Hornlike excrescences.


Boy, aet. 3 3/4 years, mother affected with same trouble during her pregnancies; hemeralopia.
Lady, aet. 27, three weeks after confinement went out driving on a cold day and met with an accident which frightened her considerably; affected evening of same day; pleurodynia.
Mary J., aet. 30, teacher, two and a half years ago had a fall, since then suffering; cold sensation on chest.
Man, aet. 30, black hair, irritable temper, blacksmith, four years ago overstrained himself and threw up some blood, since then suffering; pleurodynia.
Woman, aet. 30, pregnant, suffering since seventh month, similarly affected during former pregnancy; hemeralopia.
Mrs. E., aet. 38, widow, mother of three children, nervobilious temperament, engaged in nursing, and subjected to care and anxiety; cerebro-spinal affection.
Man, aet. 42, pain in knee and abdomen.
Man, aet. 50, suffering two months; neuralgia of stomach.


Antidoted by: Bryon., Camphor., Pulsat., Rhus tox.
Incompatible: Sulphur, Staphis., Spir. nitr. dulc., alcohol, wine and vinegar.
Compare: Acon., Arnica, Bryon., Cactus, Clemat., Crot. tigl., Euphorb., Mezer., Sabad.


Source: The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 09, 1890
Description: Clinical materia medica of Ranunculus bulbosus
Remedies: Ranunculus bulbosus
Author: Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.
Year: 1890
Editing: errors only; interlinks; formatting
Attribution: Legatum Homeopathicum
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