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Q: Ericaceae remedies
A: Arbutinum (Acute), Gaultheria procumbens (Wintergreen, Typhoid), Kalmia latifolia (Malarial), Rhododendron chrysanthum (Sycotic), Chimaphila umbellata (Cancer), Ledum palustre (Leprosy)
Q: Sudden need to move from one place to another
A: Ericaceae
Q: Pain moves, but does not change character
A: Ericaceae (Berberidaceae: Pain moves in location AND character)
Q: Punctured wounds (bites, stings, pointed instruments) - cold to the touch, but better external cold (ice cold applications or bathing)
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Skin, COLDNESS, injured parts (1)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE
Q: Generals, WOUNDS, cold, become (2)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (Scor – Scorpio Europaeus)
Q: Punctured wounds with suppuration - cat bite, steps on a nail - > cold applications
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Bites and stings of insects, often with much swelling and inflammation
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Generals, SWELLING, inflammatory, bites and stings, after (1)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE
Q: Generals, WOUNDS, penetrating, punctured (16)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (APIS, NIT-AC, Carb-v, Hyper)
Q: Generals, WOUNDS, penetrating, punctured, palms and soles, of (3)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE-4 (HYPER, PLAN – Plantago major)
Q: Given immediately after a punctured wound, it prevents tetanus
A: Ledum palustre (Hypericum when tetanus develops)
Q: Generals, TETANUS, prophylaxis (9)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (ARN, HYPER)
Q: Generals, CONVULSIONS, tetanic rigidity, injured parts become cold as ice and spasms begin in the wound (1)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE
Q: Irresolution, indecision: changeable
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Pains change location frequently
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Ascending rheumatic or gouty affections, from feet
A: Ledum palustre (Kalmia: Pains descend)
Q: Gout, esp. Feet and knees, > putting feet into ice cold water
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Eye, ECHYMOSIS (40)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (ARS, CACT, LYC, Acon, Arn, Ham, Sul-ac)
Q: Eye, TEARS, acrid (50)
A: Ledum palustre (ARS, EUPHR, MERC-C, SULPH, Led)
Q: Face, ERUPTIONS, crusty, scabby, Herpetic
A: Ledum palustre
Q: Urine, COPIOUS (= increased) (314)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (24 3’s, incl: ALOE, ARG-N, ASPAR, CANN-I, MERC, PH-AC, PULS)
Q: Female Genitalia/Sex, Leucorrhea, copious (135)
A: Ledum palustre (CALC, GRAPH, SEP, SIL, STANN, SUL-I – Sulphur iodatum)
Q: Female Genitalia/Sex, Menses, copious, MENSES, frequent, too, METRORRHAGIA
A: Ledum palustre (2 in all)
Q: Extremities, ARTHRITIC nodosities (63)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE (APIS, BENZ-AC, CALC-F, CALC, CAUL, GRAPH, LED, LITH-C, LYC)
Q: Chilly, but worse external heat and warmth of bed
A: Ledum palustre (Puls, Bry, Camph)
Q: Generals, HEAT, lack of vital heat, and warmth agg (44)
A: LEDUM PALUSTRE-4 (PULS-4, ALUM, APIS, BRY, CAMPH, CARB-AN, GRAPH, LYC)
Q: Mountain laurel, American laurel, Calico bush
A: Kalmia
Q: Afflictions of HEAD, EYES, HEART
A: Kalmia
Q: Stiffness of skin, esp. eyelids
A: Kalmia
Q: Neuralgia AND rheumatism
A: Kalmia (Spig, Cimic, Berb)
Q: Pains extend from above downward (radiation of the pain, and metastasis to new, lower joints and muscle groups)
A: Kalmia (Ledum: Pains ascend)
Q: Pains increase and decrease during the day, with the sun
A: Kalmia (Glon, Nat-m, Spig, Stann, Sang)
Q: Chilly < cold
A: Kalmia
Q: Organic heart disease, esp. from suppressed arthritis
A: Kalmia
Q: < windy and stormy weather, < motion, < physical exertion, < looking downward (vertigo)
A: Kalmia
Q: > eating (neuralgic pains), > profuse urination (headache, pain in eyes, pain in face), > stretching, > sitting erect (pain in stomach, behind sternum)
A: Kalmia
Q: Extreme thirst
A: Kalmia
Q: Afraid of thunder, < before storm
A: Rhododendron chrysanthum
Q: All symptoms worse when atmosphere is heavy and charged with electricity just before a thunderstorm
A: Rhododendron
Q: Generals, WEATHER, thunderstorm, approach of a (44)
A: RHODODENDRON (PSOR)
Q: Rheumatic remedy, restless legs
A: Rhododendron
Q: Sleeps with legs crossed at the ankles
A: Rhododendron
Q: Wintergreen
A: Gaultheria procumbens
Q: Extremities, INFLAMMATION, joints (121)
A: Gaultheria (ACON, APIS, BELL, BRY, LED, SIL)
Q: Generals, INFLAMMATION, joints of, rheumatic (5)
A: Gaultheria (Rham-cal – Rhamnus californica, Lil-t-1, Rad-br-1, Thyr-1)
Q: Generals, FOOD and DRINKS, alcoholic drinks, desire (160)
A: Gaultheria (AGAR, ARS, LACH, NUX-V, SULPH)
Q: Mouth, SALIVA, frothy (75)
A: Gaultheria-1 (12 2’s, incl: Apis, Bufo, Cupr, Dig, Hyos, Ip, Nat-m, Nux-m)
Q: Prostate gland, IRRITATION in
A: Gaultheria-1 (Dig, Cact-1, Gnaph-1)
Q: Chest, INFLAMMATION, pleura, painful (1)
A: Gaultheria-1 (Per Synthesis, but Bryonia is known for very painful pleurisy.)
Q: Generals, burns (83)
A: Gaultheria (ARS, CANTH)