Materia Medica by Dr. Adolf zur Lippe
Adolf zur Lippe (1812 – 1888) was a German homeopathic physician & a professor in the Homeopathic College of Pennsylvania.
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Mind and Disposition.
Very excited, with pain in the pit of the stomach.
Sighing and groaning of children.
Vertigo when moving slowly, walking, but not when taking violent exercise, with nausea when stooping, not when lying down.
Sensation as if all the blood ascended to the head.
 Violent headache, with twitching of the eyelids and muscles of the forehead.
Agglutination of the eyes in the morning.
Lachrymation and discharges from the eyes.
Redness of the face without internal heat.
 Bleeding from the nose.
Mouth and Throat.
Ulcers on the gums.
Tongue swollen and coated.
Elongation of the palate.
 Ulcers in the throat.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Painful gnawing and digging in the stomach as from hunger.
Burning in the stomach, extending to the chest.
Violent pain in the pit of the stomach (during retrogressive small-pox).
Vomiting when coughing.
 Nausea with vertigo.
Pain in the region of the liver.
Congestions to the portal system.
Colic during menstruation.
 Incarcerated hernia.
Frequent emission of fetid flatulence.
Violent colic, with bloody diarrhoea (during pregnancy).
Stool and Anus.
Haemorrhages from the rectum, caused by too violent exertion.
 Mucous diarrhoea.
Profuse bleeding from the haemorrhoidal tumors.
Involuntary micturition (Incontinence of urine).
Men. Swelling of the penis or testicles.
 The semen is not discharged during an embrace.
Women. Haemorrhage from the uterus from too violent exertions.
Menses too profuse.
Suppressed menstruation with epileptic attacks.
 Barrenness, with too profuse menstruation.
Suppressed lochia with violent fever, suppressed secretion of milk, or convulsions ; convulsive motion of all the limbs and violent pain.
Lochia too profuse.
Very difficult breathing, with tetanic spasms.
 Oppression of the chest, with bloody expectoration.
Haemoptysis (after falling from a height, in the afternoon, in connection with haemorrhoidal symptoms).
Violent palpitation of the heart and spitting of blood.
Upper. Pricking and numbness of the left arm.
Heat of the hands.
 Lower. The feet go to sleep ; first the left foot, later the right, disappearing on walking.
Heat of the feet.
Rheumatic and arthritic complaints.
Convulsions and fainting attacks of infants.
 Paralysis and contraction of the limbs.
Convulsions after parturition.
Epileptic spasms from suppressed menstruation.
Haemorrhages from various organs.
 Violent yawning without being tired.
Goes to sleep late, and does not feel refreshed in the morning.
Pulse accelerated and contracted.
Chilliness with pain in the kidneys.
 Suppressed itch, and from it fever.
Painless varices of pregnant women.
Ulceration of internal organs.
 Wounds -after the operation for the stone of the bladder.
Bruises, bleeding from the wounds.
Bad effects from a fall (from a height) and sprains.
Especially suitable for aged persons, children and for women.
Coffee causes congestion to the head.