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Nux Moschata | Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger

Homeopathy Materia Medica by Cyrus Maxwell Boger
Homeopathy Materia Medica by Cyrus Maxwell Boger

The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935)  was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.

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Nux Moschata

[Nux-m.]

Mind.– Thoughts vanish, as when going to sleep. Absence of ideas, the power to collect his thoughts returns slowly. Great forgetfulness. Imbecility. confusion of intellect. Difficult comprehension. Stupefaction. Great irresolution, vacillation and fickleness in his undertakings. Inclination to laugh. Continuous rush of disagreeable idea. Changeableness, wants this, then that. Hysteria, with rapidly changing moods, somnolency and inclination to faint. Sense of duality. Vertigo. As if intoxicated. Extraordinary dizziness and dull confusion in head. Fainting with palpitation then sleep.

Head.– The brain feels loose and wobbles as though’ it struck against the skull when moving or shaking head. Oppressive confusion in forehead. Aching from a disordered stomach, most violent after breakfast. Temples sensitive to lying on them and touch. Left – sided headache. Apoplexy. Worse: Uncovering, after eating, from cold, wet weather. Better: Wrapping up head, external heat.

Eyes.– Feel dry. Objects at a greater distance. Staring. Worse: Light especially artificial. Better: Darkness.

Ears.– Oversensitive hearing. As if stuffed.

Nose.– Stuffed coryza, full or partial (one sided) obstruction. Hypersensitive smell. Dark nosebleed.

Face.– Hot and red cheeks. Pale, with blue circles about eyes. Numerous freckles.

Teeth.– Sticking ache, external warmth. Compressive ache from cold damp air, they feel as if grasped tongs. Sensitive or painful incisor or bicuspid teeth. Dull feeling, as though’ coated with lime. Worse: Cold damp air, drawing in air, during pregnancy, when sucking with tongue.

Mouth.– Excessive dryness of end of throat and tongue without thirst. Tension in posterior pharynx, as from dryness. Difficult swallowing as from paralysis of throat.

Taste: Like chalk. Earthy. As though’ he had eaten strongly salted food.

Stomach.– Fullness of, with oppressed breathing. Weakness, especially in the age. Better: Before eating.

Appetite: Thirstlessness. Excessive.

Nausea: Qualmishness when driving. Vomiting during pregnancy.

Abdomen.– Relaxed, with sense of heaviness in upper. Cutting in, with twisting about navel as from worms with sleepiness. Distended by flatus, which disturb his sleep. Wind colic.

Stool.– Tendency to diarrhoea from weakness or after taking cold. Like chopped eggs with loss of appetite and sleepiness, in children. Soft, but passed with difficulty. Inactive rectum.

Urine.– Scanty, highly saturated. Odor of violets.

Sexual Organs.– Desires coition, with relaxed sexual organs. Seminal emissions. Spasmodic, false labor pains.

Female.– Menses: Irregular, of dark, thick blood. Too early and too profuse. Uterine hemorrhage. Preceded by lumbar pains. Diseases during pregnancy, parturition or child – bed.

Respiration.– Oppression of chest, seems to start from epigastrium, with congestion of blood to heart. Sudden suffocative attacks. Short breath after eating.

Cough.– Dry, with obstructed breathing, after taking cold from being in water. Dry, when heated or becoming warm in bed. In pregnancy. Expectoration slimy, bloody, mostly dark. Haemoptysis.

Larynx.– Hoarseness coming on when walking against wind.

Chest.– Pressure, as of a load on. constriction. Palpitation.

Back.– Bruised pain in, and in lumbar region. Backache when driving. Tabes.

Extremities.– Joints feel sprained, stiff and weak. Children stagger, waver and often fall when walking. Pains caused by exposure to damp cold.

Generalities.– Suits females, drunkards. Inclination to faint. Great weakness, especially in small of back and knees, with sleepiness. Tremblings. Spasms and convulsions of children, with consciousness. convulsive motions. Great sensitiveness of body and bruised pain in parts on which he lies. Cyanosis congenitalis. Sensation of: Itching internally and prickling externally, humming and whizzing in body, tingling, crawling, numbness, painful shocks more internally. Inflamed mucous membranes, increased mucous sensations. Hard parts feel soft. Lameness of inner organs. Dropsy of external parts. Disposition to catch cold. Worse: Uncovering, getting warm in bed, from suppressed eruptions, damp cold, getting wet, drafts of cold air, washing, to which he also averse. Better: Warmth and warm air, dry weather.

Skin.– Sensitive. cold, and dry, wanting in natural moisture. Extraordinarily sensitive to cold damp air. Very painful ulceration of.

Sleep.– Irresistible desire to. Stupefying somnolency, as from intoxication. Sleepiness accompanies almost every complaint, after eating. coma.

Fever.– Pulse: Frequent. Tremulous. Somewhat accelerated, as from on ebullition. Faster from wine. Chill: Every time he uncovers, and chilliness in the open, especially the cold, wet air, with a very pale face, soon gets better in a warm room. cold feeling of feet, with heat of hands. Chilliness in evening, but with greater sleepiness chill and somnolency predominate. Heat: of face and hands in forenoon with hypochondriacal mood, thirstlessness and dry mouth and throat. Sweat: Little, dry mouth and throat. Sweat: Little, which is, however sometimes red, like blood.

Relationship.– Allied Remedies: – Asaf., Coccl., Con., Croc., Gel., Ign., Mag-c., Mos., Nux – v., Op., Pulse., Sep., Sul., Terch.

Complementary: Calc-c., Lyc.

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