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Q: Rhubarb (Polygonaceae)
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Burned-out parents (Lou Klein)
A: Rheum palmatum (with Rumex)
Q: Children with sour diarrhea, difficult dentition. Whole child smells sour
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Sour odor of perspiration and discharges
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Perspiration, ODOR, rhubarb (1), Perspiration, ODOR, sour (78)
A: Rheum palmatum (14 3’s, incl: ARS, BRY, COLCH, LYC, MERC, NIT-AC, SIL, SULPH, VERAT, Rheum)
Q: Capriciousness – rejects things he has been longing for
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Mind, CAPRICIOUSNESS, rejecting the things for which he has been longing, when offered, he is (16)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CHAM, RHEUM, STAPH, Cina, Dulc, Hep, Ip, Puls)
Q: Mind, BROODING (72)
A: Rheum palmatum (IGN, VERAT, Aur-m-n, Gels, Kola, Naja, Ph-ac, Podo, Rheum)
Q: Aversion to play in children (due to colicky pains)
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Mind, PLAYING, aversion to play, children, in (16)
A: RHEUM (RHEUM, Bar-c, Cina, Hep, Lyc, Sulph)
Q: State between Mag Carb (the orphan) and Chamomilla (tantrums), depending on whether the parents are around (e.g. if they go to work and leave him, he is passive, when they return, he seeks IMMEDIATE attention and gratification.)
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Mind, WEEPING, children, in (43)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CHAM, RHEUM, 16 2’s, incl: Bell, Coff, Hyos, Lac-c, Lyc, Puls)
Q: Mind, SHRIEKING (266), Mind, SHRIEKING, alternating with, unconsciousness (5)
A: Rheum palmatum (Apis, Rheum, Zinc, bell, tub)
Q: Mind, SHRIEKING, children, in (63)
A: Rheum palmatum (TUB-4, BORX, LAC-C, SULPH, Cham, Rheum)
Q: Mind, SHRIEKING, children, in, stool, during (4), SHRIEKING, children, in, stool, urging to, during (1)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (RHEUM, Kreos, aeth, valer)
Q: Rectum, DIARRHEA, painful (46)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (MERC-C, RHEUM, RHUS-T)
Q: Mind, IRRITABILITY, chill, during (57)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CALC, CAPS, CON, LYC, PLAT, RHEUM)
Q: Mind, IRRITABILITY, dentition, during (20)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM-4 (CHAM-4, RHEUM-4, Bell, Hell, Podo, Zinc)
Q: Mind, PETULANT (14)
A: Rheum palmatum (Cham, Rheum)
Q: Mind, DULLNESS, says nothing (5)
A: Rheum palmatum (Hell, Lach, Rheum, arn, spong)
Q: Mind, INDIFFERENCE, everything, to (107)
A: Rheum palmatum (CADM-MET, CARB-V, PH-AC, STAPH, THYR, Rheum)
Q: Head: Sweat on hairy scalp, constant and profuse. Cool sweat on the face, especially about mouth and nose
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Head, PERSPIRATION of scalp (115)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (12 3’s, incl: ANAC, BRY, CALC, CHAM, MERC, PHOS, PULS, RHEUM, SIL)
Q: Face, COLDNESS, fever, during (14)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CYCL, IP, RHEUM, Cina, Spong)
Q: Teeth, DENTITION, difficult (93)
A: Rheum palmatum (11 3’s, incl: ACON, ARS, BORX, CALC, CHAM, MAG-M, STAPH, SULPH, Kreos, Rheum)
Q: Stomach, ACIDITY, children, in, infants (5)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (RHEUM, Cham, bell, calc, sulph)
Q: Abdomen, CHILDREN, complaints in, infants (14)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CHAM, IP, RHEUM, Borx, Cina)
Q: Abdomen, PAIN, bending, double, amel (47)
A: Rheum palmatum (COLOC, KALI-C, PULS, Rheum)
Q: Pasty stools - smell sour. Sour diarrhea during dentition.
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Stool, ODOR, sour (56)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (CALC, HEP, MERC, RHEUM, SULPH)
Q: Rectum, DIARRHEA, dentition, during (57)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM
Q: < uncovering, < after eating, < moving about
A: Rheum palmatum
Q: Fever, HEAT (185)
A: RHEUM PALMATUM (28 3’s, incl: ACON, BELL, BRY, LYC, NAT-M, NUX-V, RHEUM, SEC, VERAT)
Q: Yellow Dock (Polygonaceae)
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Burned-out parents (Lou Klein)
A: Rumex crispus (with Rheum)
Q: Affinity for mucous membranes (Larynx, trachea, throat, bowels), Nerves
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Very sensitive to cold air, open air
A: Rumex crispus
Q: < change of temperature – especially cough worse
A: Rumex crispus
Q: < lying down, uncovering or undressing
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Dry, sensitive mucous membranes
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Profuse discharges – expectoration, early morning diarrhea
A: Rumex crispus
Q: > drinking, sucking on candy, covering mouth, wrapping up, warmth
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Cough < cold or open air, < undressing
A: Rumex crispus
Q: < touch, pressure to throat or larynx
A: Rumex crispus
Q: < change of temperature
A: Rumex crispus
Q: < inspiration, irregular breathing, talking, laughing
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Tickle in throat from cold air
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Cough, COLD, air (104), Cough, COLD, air, walking in (10)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (walking in: PHOS, RUMX, Ars, Kali-n, Seneg, Sul-ac)
Q: Cough, INSPIRATION (49)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (RUMX, Brom, Calc, Camph, Hep, Kali-bi, Nat-m, Puls)
Q: Cough, PAROXYSMAL, morning, waking, after (5)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (RUMX, Agar, Ambr, Con, thuj)
Q: Rawness in larynx,
A: Rumex crispus
Q: Cough, RAWNESS, Larynx excites cough, rawness in (20)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (NUX-V, PHOS, RUMX, SULPH, Alum, Bry, Coc-c, Hep, Sil)
Q: Cough, TICKLING, throat-pit, in (44)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (CHAM, RUMX, SANG)
Q: Cough, IRRITATION, from, throat-pit, in (21)
A: RUMEX CRISPUS (IGN, RUMX, SANG)
Q: Snake Root. Milkwort (Polygalaceae)
A: Senega
Q: Affinity: Mucous membranes (Chest, eyes, nose, bladder)
A: Senega
Q: Obese persons, fat persons of lax fiber, fat, chubby children, old persons (Clarke) (Little in the way of themes for this remedy)
A: Senega
Q: Chest, CATARRH, old people (10)
A: SENEGA (BAR-C, SENEG, Amm-c, Ant-t, Bac, Chin, Nat-s, Tub)
Q: Cheerful, childishly playful, a slight cause makes him mad and vehement
A: Senega
Q: Ailments from mortification
A: Senega
Q: Mind, AILMENTS from, mortification
A: Senega (COLOC-4, STAPH-4, IGN, LYC, NAT-M, PALL, PH-AC, Seneg)
Q: Playful, but also morose, cross, fretful, ill-humor, peevish – forenoon
A: Senega
Q: Sequelae of catarrhs or cough
A: Senega
Q: Sensitiveness of walls of chest, < touch, percussion, sneezing, moving arms
A: Senega
Q: Great weakness, mostly originating in the chest
A: Senega
Q: > open air, esp. Headache and chest symptoms but cough and chilliness < open or cold air
A: Senega
Q: < warm room, warm air, warm bed, warm wraps, < lying on right side
A: Senega
Q: < touch, pressure, rubbing
A: Senega
Q: > dry weather, lying on back, rising up, bending head backward
A: Senega
Q: Mucous secretions increased, ropey, clear, white
A: Senega
Q: “They have the most tough and gluey sputum of any remedy.” (Blackie)
A: Senega (Kali-bi has ropey, tough mucus, but tends to green, Senega is more gluey, tough, and is white or clear)
Q: Chronic bronchitis with thick, viscid mucus.
A: Senega
Q: Expectoration VISCID (169), Expectoration WHITE (118), Expectoration WHITE, albuminous (38)
A: SENEGA (3 in all)
Q: Loose rattling in chest (Ant-t), but the profuse, clear expectoration is tough and slips back (Boger).
A: Senega
Q: Chronic respiratory troubles in elderly patients
A: Senega
Q: Respiration difficult, < lying, > sitting upright, > taking a deep breath.
A: Senega
Q: Unsteady voice due to accumulation of mucus, or sudden hoarseness when reading aloud.
A: Senega
Q: Eye problems, including pain, paralysis of extrinsic ocular muscles, strabismus, weakness, esp. while reading
A: SENEGA (3 in all)
Q: Multiple Chest, PAIN rubrics: Cough, during, sternum, behind, walking fast, clawing, pressing, sore, sore, coughing from, stitching
A: Senega
Q: Generals, DRYNESS of usually moist internal parts (89)
A: SENEGA (12 3’s, incl, ARG-N, CALC, KALI-C, LYC, NAT-M, SENEG, SIL)
Q: Generals, WARM, room, agg (136)
A: SENEGA (14 3’s, incl: APIS, CALC-S, GRAPH, IOD, LYC, PULS, SEC, SENEG, SULPH)
Q: Tree Lungwort
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Affinity: Nerves, Mucous membranes of nose, chest, bronchi, joints (R. shoulder)
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: MUST TALK “Great desire to talk. Doesn’t care whether anyone listens.”
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: FLOATING sensation, as though floating in air
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Floating sensation in legs.
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Great thirst – in hayfever, frequent small quantities
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Chilly. Sudden change in weather increases colds
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: < night (nose, sneezing, cough, rheumatic pains)
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: < Wet weather, < sudden changes in temperature, < night, < lying down
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: > Open air, > least discharge
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Stitching pains – transversely
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: MUCH STUFFINESS OF NOSE. Constant urging to blow nose, but produces nothing
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Nose, DRYNESS, inside, blowing nose, but without discharge, compels (13)
A: STICTA PULMONARIA (KALI-BI-4, STICT, TEUCR, Lach, Psor)
Q: Nose, BLOW the nose, inclination to blow the nose, constant (30)
A: STICTA PULMONARIA (STICT, TEUCR, Am-m, Borx, Hydr, Kali-bi)
Q: Nasal secretions dry quickly and form crusts in the nose, followed by sinusitis
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Nose, CORYZA, discharge, without (=dry) (147), Nose, DISCHARGE, crusts, scabs inside (134), Nose, DISCHARGE, hard, dry (56), Nose, DRYNESS, inside (229)
A: STICTA PULMONARIA
Q: Nose, CATARRH, dry, chronic (11)
A: STICTA PULMONARIA (SIL, STICT, Carb-v, Dulc, Nat-m, Spong)
Q: Pain and fullness at root of nose and forehead from catarrh with crusts and mucous plugs
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Dull, heavy feeling in root of nose (Important characteristic in headache or catarrh)
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Dryness and tickling of throat and larynx brings a cough. Allergic asthma.
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Inflammation of the knee joint
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Restless hands and feet
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Sharp pains of neck and shoulder. Stiffness and heat of joints. Redness in skin over affected joint. Bursitis
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: Extremities, BURSAE (12) (Bursa: Sac filled with fluid in joints or between moving parts)
A: STICTA PULMONARIA
Q: Rheumatic pains with stiffness precede catarrhal symptoms
A: Sticta pulmonaria
Q: “Housemaid’s knee”, shooting pains in knees
A: Sticta pulmonaria