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ACTAEA SPICATA | Materia Medica by Dr. William Boericke

Materia Medica by William Boericke
Materia Medica by William Boericke


Homeopathic Materia Medica by Dr. William Boericke (1849 – 1929) was written in 1901 and he was the compilor and editor of the Pocket Manual of Homoe opathic Materia Medica.

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ACTAEA SPICATA

Baneberry

(ACTEA SPICATA)

Is a rheumatic remedy, especially of the small joints; tearing, tingling pains characterize it. Wrist-rheumatism. Pulsations over whole body, especially liver and renal region. Cardiovascular spasm. Pains worse from touch and motion.

Head.–Fearful, starts easily; confused. Ebullition of blood to head excited by drinking coffee. Vertigo, tearing headache, better in open air, throbbing in brain, pain from crown to between eyebrows; heat in forehead, pain in left frontal eminence as if bone were crushed. Itching of scalp alternating with heat; nose red at tip, fluent coryza.

Face.–Violent pain in upper jaw, running from teeth through malar bones to temples. Perspiration on face and head.

Stomach.–Tearing, darting pains in epigastric region, with vomiting. Cramp-like pains in stomach and epigastrium, with difficult breathing; sense of suffocation. Sudden lassitude after eating.

Abdomen.–Spasmodic retraction. Sticking pain and distension of hypogastrium.

Respiratory.–Short, irregular breathing at night, while lying. Great oppression. Shortness of breath on exposure to cold air.

Extremities.–Tearing pains in loins. Rheumatic pains in small joints, wrist, (Ulmus) fingers, ankles, toes. Swelling of joints from slight fatigue. Wrist swollen, red, worse any motion. Paralytic weakness in the hands. Lame feeling in arms. Pain in knee. Sudden lassitude after talking or eating.

Relationship.–Compare: Cimicif; Cauloph; Led.

Dose.–Third potency.

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