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FamilyQ: List of important Umbellifera
FamilyA: Conium, Aethusa, Asafoetida, Cicuta
TopNotesQ: Conium
TopNotesA: Old people, Mental dullness, Slowly progressing indurated tumors
TopNotesQ: Aethusa
TopnotesA: Devoted to animals, Violent symptoms, Total intolerance to milk, Cholera infantum
TopnotesQ: Asafoetida
TopnotesA: Foul, Hysterical hypochondriacs, Fat and Flabby, Trapped gas comes only upwards
TopNotesQ: Cicuta
TopNotesA: Childishness, Violent seizures and spasms (incl grand mal), Craves inedible things
FamilyKeyWordQ: Suddenly attacked
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Stabbed, wounded, blows, preparing for a blow
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Unexpected attack
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Abuse
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Escape, Furious attacks, Mania, Violent
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Sudden weakness, regressed, paralysis
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Seizures and hysteria
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Marked action on central nervous system
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Engorgement and atrophy of glands
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Action on mucus membranes, producing catarrh
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
FamilyKeyWordQ: Action on the skin, producing pustular eruptions
FamilyKeyWordA: Umbelliferae
KeynotesQ: Emotionally closed, flat or hard people
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Mental dullness, confusion, Brain fag
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Mental activity tires patient due to progressive mental deterioration
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Slowness of old age, learning becomes very difficult, sustained mental effort impossible
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Confusion after siesta
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Great feeling of unhappiness every two weeks
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Aversion to company, aversion to friends during pregnancy
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Thoughts of death, suicidal ideation
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Fears burglars
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Mentally deranged patients constantly picking noses till they bleed
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Worse suppressed sexual desires
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Widow's and widower's remedy - worse abstinence, esp. after satisfying relationship
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Diseases of old people, esp. old spinsters or bachelors
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Vertigo, worse lying or turning in bed, turning head to left, moving eyes, esp. in elderly people, with headache
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Vertigo before and during menses with nausea
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Headaches with feeling of fullness, head about to burst
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Hydrocephalus with pain < on waking, in open air, after meals. Encephalitis in children
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Photophobia, keratitis and ulcers of cornea with intense photophobia, left to right
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Lachrymation with photophobia
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Upper lids very heavy, can hardly keep eyes open
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Hard swollen cervical glands
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Tracheo-bronchial catarrh, esp. resulting from dry spot in larynx or itching of throat or chest. Old people esp.
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Malignancy
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Tumors and induration of glands, esp. after a blow or trauma to testicles, breasts etc. Stony hard
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Stony hard cancers, esp. of breast (scirrhus) - epitheliomas - cancers of tissue derived from epithelium cells
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Cancer of the breast - hard
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: History of breast cancer
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Swelling & tenderness of breast before menses
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Progressive weakness to point of paralysis, esp. in back
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Difficulty rising from squatting
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Weakness of the elderly - can't stand in the dark, fall down
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Premature Ejaculation
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Impotence
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Retention of urine due to prostatic enlargement with ineffectual urging and headache - esp. older people
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Urination interrupted, starts and stops repeatedly, flows better standing (only remedy)
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Weakness or fainting after stool
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Coldness in anus passing flatus
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Patient wakes after 5 minutes of sleep, soaked in sweat < upper half of body. Perspire heavily on falling asleep or closing eyes
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Perspiration on closing eyes, perspiration on first sleep
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: Chilly, dislike open air
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: < night, < lying with head low, < turning or sitting up in bed
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: < after eating, < walking in open air, < tight clothes, < jolts or blows
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: < milk, < physical or mental effort, < celibacy (extended), < alcohol
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: > in the dark, > moving, walking, > warmth, > letting affected member hang down
KeynotesA: Conium
KeynotesQ: > bending, > fasting, > sitting, > pressure
KeynotesA: Conium
KeyWordQ: Induration
KeyWordA: Conium Maculatum
EssencesQ: Conium
EssencesA: Slow Progressive Hardening and Induration
DelusionsQ: People entering the house at night
DelusionsA: Conium
DelusionsQ: Someone was coming in at the door at night
DelusionsA: Conium
DelusionsQ: People in front of him
DelusionsA: Conium
<HC1>AtC%DelusionsQ: Sees people in room at bedside
DelusionsA: Atropinum, Conium (AtC)
DelusionsQ: That he is a goose
DelusionsA: Conium
DelusionsQ: Thinking themselves geese
DelusionsA: Conium
ComplementsQ: Conium
ComplementsA: Tuberculinum
ComplementsQ: Tuberculinum
ComplementsA: Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Calcarea carbonica, Conium, Stannum metallicum, Sulphur (PPCCSS)
KeynotesQ: Devote entire life to animals and collects many
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Clearly defined, violent symptoms (vomiting, convulsions, pains, delirium etc)
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Prostration and somnolence following violent symptoms
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Severe acutes w/vomiting, prostration - infants
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Infants fed too frequently (any time desired) who vomit and are immediately hungry again
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Infant is fed too frequently, vomits, and is sleepy after suckling
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Infant is fed too frequently and vomits large curds and liquid
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Infant is fed too frequently, vomits, has greenish, slimy stool, is limp and exhausted, protruding stomach
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Hippocratic face (wrinkled, old-looking), whiteness of upper lip, sunken eyes
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Total intolerance of milk
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: All symptoms aggravated by ingestion of milk, violent onset after ingesting milk
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Cholera infantum
KeynotesA: Aethusa (Essentially the only cure. Allopathics don't help)
KeynotesQ: Children so weak they cannot sit straight nor hold up their heads
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Poor concentration, comprehension when reading, esp. before an exam
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Students indifferent and fatalistic about what they need to learn or about the outcome of the exam
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Idiocy alternating with furor or irritability that interrupts their mental deficiency, < open air
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Violent delirium: Sees cats, dogs, insects or rats that run on the floor
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Worse in the dark
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Fears closing eyes or falling asleep: Feels he may not wake again
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Impulse to jump out of the window
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Great anguish and need to weep in children and adults
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: < 3-4 am
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: < Summer
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: > stool or eliminating flatus
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: > walking in open air, > conversation, company, > coffee, > cold water (DD Pulsatilla: Does not have > coffee or the violent symptoms)
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Vertigo with headache, cannot hold up head during headache and vertigo
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Chronic photophobia, chronic blepharitis of edges of eyelids
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Eruptions on tip of nose
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Herpetic eruptions in the tip of the nose
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeynotesQ: Violent fever but thirstless
KeynotesA: Aethusa
KeyWordQ: Animal lover
KeyWordA: Aethusa
FearsQ: Going to sleep and not waking up, surgery
FearsA: Aethusa
<HC1>AC%DelusionsQ: Frightened by a running mouse
DelusionsA: Aethusa (2), Cimicifuga (2) (AC)
ComplementsQ: Aethusa
ComplementsA: Calcarea Carbonica
KeynotesQ: Hysterical hypochondriacs who are fat, flabby, purple, full of wind that passes only upwards
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Hysteria with flatus, distension of the abdomen
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Great distension of the abdomen with sensation it will burst through the mouth
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Sensation of bubble or lump in stomach rising to throat
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Intestinal gas only expelled upwards. Noisy, difficult eructations
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Globus Hystericus (Ignatia, Nat Mur, Lach)
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Abdomen filled w/gas, but no flatus
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Empty or ineffectual eructations
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Spasms of pharynx and many other organs
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Pain or slightest impression can trigger spasms
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Direction of pain is inside outwards (Kalmia)
KeynotesA: Asafoetida (Ledum: outside inwards)
KeynotesQ: Left-sided laterality
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Pains < night
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: < cold, dry weather
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: > washing, damp, wet weather
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Caries of nose bones, sensation as if the nose would burst, very offensive discharge
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Caries of bones
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Ulcers that are elevated, hard, very sensitive to touch, bleed easily
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Whooping cough of babies
KeynotesA: Asafoetida
KeyWordQ: Globus Hystericus
KeyWordA: Asafoetida
KeynotesQ: Violent convulsions and contortions (esp. face), opisthotonos
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Adults who behave like a child, play with dolls and toys
KeynotesA: Cicuta (Baryta similar, but also hide)
KeynotesQ: Childishness, patient feels like a child
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Ridiculous and foolish jesting
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Aversion to company, avoids the sight of people, dislikes the presence of strangers
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Horrible things, sad stories affect (and can excite)
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Excited after hearing horrible things
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Retardation and/or seizures after head injury, trauma
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Convulsions after head injuries
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Seizures, epilepsy, petit mal, grand mal and febrile seizures. (THE remedy to think of initially for grand mal seizures)
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Violent seizures & spasms, moans and howls, great agitation
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Great agitation before seizures - aura - starts in pit of stomach before aura is felt
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Seizure moves from stomach to head to whole body
KeynotesQ: Seizures after trauma to head, dietary transgressions, slightest touch, choking on a fishbone in children
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Expression of horror in face before seizure
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Unconsciousness during seizure, does not remember what happened
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Opisthotonos, arching of the back
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Head drawn back, spasm of the cervical spine
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Eruptions on head, pustules which burn & coalesce
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Convergent strabismus
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Spasmodic and periodic (convergent) strabismus after a fall or blow to the head
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Lockjaw, tetanus with trismus (early sign of lockjaw) and generalized rigidity, spasms of throat and esophagus
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Cerebrospinal or tubercular meningitis with stiffness of the neck, opisthotonos or head turned to one side and/or seizures.
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Inability to swallow
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Throat closed, feels bruised to touch
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Tightness of chest, patient scarcely able to breathe all day
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Sensation in chest and throat as though something the size of a fist were lodged there.
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Crave inedible things (coal, chalk etc.)
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Cave raw potatoes, wine
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeynotesQ: Urinary incontinence in old people, esp. with enlarged prostate
KeynotesA: Cicuta
KeyWordQ: Childish convulsions
KeyWordA: Cicuta Virosa
DelusionsQ: Thinks he is a child again
DelusionsA: Cicuta (2)
<HC1>PC%DelusionsQ: Everything is strange and terrible
DelusionsA: Platina, Cicuta (PC)
FoodCravingsQ: Cicuta
FoodCravingsA: INEDIBLE THINGS
SimilaritiesQ: Cicuta
SimilaritiesA: Pulsatilla