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FamilyKeyWordQ: Vexation
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Mortification
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Raw nerves
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Sensitive to trifles
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Shocked, annoyed, distressed, harassed
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Several emotions felt at the same time
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Anger with guilt, anger with shock
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Emotions easily excited
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Somatization
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Sharp, stitching, stinging pains
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Stabbing and stitching pains
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Stinging and shock like pains
FamilyKeyWordA: Ranunculaceae
KeynotesQ: Soft, timid, easily influenced, dependent
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Open and malleable
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Weeps easily
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Weeps in interview telling of problems (Sep, Staph)
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Sadness (Thuj, Nat Sulph)
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Changeable moods
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Feels forsaken
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Asks mother or spouse "Do you love me?"
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Better consolation
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Blond, red lips, red cheeked, plump, phlegmatic
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Worse sun
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Better open air and breezes
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Better walking slowly in open air
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Worse fatty or rich foods
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Worse warm stuffy rooms
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Worse pregnancy, menopause, menses (Sepia)
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Migraine HA that occurs at last of her menstrual flow
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Dry mouth but no thirst
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Hay fever
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Bland and greenish nasal DC
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Conjunctivitis
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Itching, lachrymation, pain in eye better cold
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Desire butter and cream
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Desire cheese, ice cream, cold food, peanut butter
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Averse fat, pork, butter
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Bladder pain, worse end of urination
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Menses easily suppressed, amenorrhea, metrorrhagia
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Menses short duration
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Menstrual flow irregular and changeable
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Marked dysmenorrhea
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Allergic asthma
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Dyspnea worse lying, evening, taking a cold bath/shower
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Cough at night in children preventing sleep
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Sensation of cold water poured on back
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Wandering arthritis
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Pain worse first motion but better on moving
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Pain worse heat and better cold
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Pains in the heels
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Varices (Enlarged and tortuous veins, arteries or lymphatic vessels) (Sepia)
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Must put feet out from covers (Sulph)
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Sleep on abdomen or back with arms over head
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Sleep disturbed by a particular song or phrase
KeynotesA: Pulsatilla
EssencesQ: PULSATILLA
EssencesA: Changeability with softness, Malleability
EssencesQ: Irritable Pulsatilla, Conservative and rigid
EssencesA: Cuprum Metallicum
SankaranEssenceQ: Feels forsaken
SankaranEssenceA: Pulsatilla
FearsQ: Heights, Robbers, Claustrophobia, Insanity, Dark, Mirrors
FearsA: Pulsatilla
<HC1>CHIRMD%FearsQ: Pulsatilla
FearsA: Claustrophobia, Heights, Insanity, Robbers, Mirrors , Dark (CHIRMD)
DelusionsQ: Baby looks odious
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Naked man wrapped in bedclothes
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Naked man in bed
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla (2)
DelusionsQ: Surrounded by strangers
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla (3), Nitric acid
DelusionsQ: People making noise
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Sees bees
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Sees black cats
DelusionsA: Belladonna, Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Black dogs
DelusionsA: Belladonna (2), Pulsatilla
DelusionsQ: Strikes at visions & holds up cross
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla (2)
DelusionsQ: Women are evil and will injure his soul
DelusionsA: Pulsatilla
SidednessQ: Pulsatilla (Bill Gray)
SidednessA: Right
SleepPosnQ:Pulsatilla
SleepPosnAns:Abdomen or back with arms over head
HC1>CBS CPI%FoodCravingsQ: Pulsatilla
FoodCravingsA: CREAM (#1), BUTTER, Sweets, CHEESE, Peanut Butter, ICE CREAM (CBS CPI)
FoodAversionsQ: Pulsatilla
FoodAversionsA: FAT (#1), PORK (#1), BUTTER, Warm food
TemperatureQ: PULSATILLA
TemperatureA: Warm
TimeAggQ: PULSATILLA
TimeAggA: Twilight or 2 PM
SimilaritiesQ: Argentum Nitricum
SimilaritiesA: Between Phosphorus and Pulsatilla
SimilaritiesQ: Cicuta
SimilaritiesA: Pulsatilla
<HC1>SLC CCC%SimilaritiesQ: Chilly Pulsatilla
SimilaritiesA: Silica, Lac Caninum, Caulocynthis, Cocculus, Cyclamen, Cimicifuga (SLC CCC)
<HC1>KSL FTC%ComplementsQ: Pulsatilla
ComplementsA: Kali Sulphuricum, Silica, Lycopodium, Fluoricum Acidum, Tuberculinum, Calcarea carbonica (KSL FTC)
<HC1>PPT%ComplementsQ: Allium Cepa
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Phosphorous, Thuja occidentalis (PPT)
<HC1>PC%ComplementsQ: Kali Sulphuricum
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Carbo Vegetabilis (PC)
<HC1>SPIN CLS%ComplementsQ: Lycopodium
ComplementsA: Sulphur, Pulsatilla, Iodum, Nat Mur, Chelidonium, Lachesis, Sepia (SPIN CLS)
<HC1>PC NT%ComplementsQ: Medorrhinum
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Cannabis Indica, Nat Sulph, Thuja (PC NT)
<HC1>PABA%ComplementsQ: Mercurius Corrosivus
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Arsenicum, Badiaga, Aurum metallicum (PABA)
<HC1>PS FTC%ComplementsQ: Silica
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Saniculinum, Fluoricum Acidum, Thuja, Calcarea Carbonica (PS FTC)
<HC1>NAP CAP%ComplementsQ: Sulphur
ComplementsA: Nux vomica, Arsenicum, PULSATILLA, Cyclamen, Aconite, Psorinum (NAP CAP)
<HC1>AP%ComplementsQ: Sulphuric Acid
ComplementsA: Arnica, Pulsatilla (AP)
<HC1>PP CC SS%ComplementsQ: Tuberculinum
ComplementsA: Pulsatilla, Phosphorus, Calcarea carbonica, Conium, Sulphur, Stannum metallicum (PP CC SS)
ContraindicationsQ: Dislike consolation
ContraindicationsA: Pulsatilla
KeynotesQ: Orchitis of the right testicle
KeynotesA: Clematis erecta
KeyWordQ: Irritated mucous membranes
KeyWordA: Clematis erecta
DelusionsQ: Motion of bed and ground
DelusionsA: Clematis
KeynotesQ: Thick ropey DC from the sinuses
KeynotesA: Hydrastis
KeynotesQ: Exhausted and sick from anxiety over a loved one
KeynotesA: Cocculus
KeynotesQ: Slow mental processes, time passes quickly
KeynotesA: Cocculus
KeynotesQ: Slowed nerve conduction
KeynotesA: Cocculus
KeynotesQ: Must lie down from the severity of the vertigo
KeynotesA: Cocculus
KeynotesQ: Weak paralyzed feeling in low back, < menses
KeynotesA: Cocculus
KeyWordQ: Motion sickness
KeyWordA: Cocculus
DelusionsQ: Being hollow in organs
DelusionsA: Cocculus(2), Oxytocin
DelusionsQ: Poison
DelusionsA: Cocculus
DelusionsQ: Time passes too quickly
DelusionsA: Cocculus (2), Sulphur, Theridion
SimilaritiesQ: Chilly Pulsatilla
SimilaritiesA: Caulocynthis, Cocculus, Cyclamen, Cimicifuga, Lac Caninum, Silica