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domingo, 28 de dezembro de 2008

CHINA (CINCHONA OFFICINALIS) - HOMEOPATIA


The chief key-note calling for the use of China is found in the sufferings caused by the loss of fluids, such as hæmorrhage, galactorrhœa, seminal emissions, diarrhœa, etc.; debility of the system, whether much fluid has been lost, or only a little; for any disease or troubles occurring periodically, at certain definite periods. Debilitating diseases or affections from the continuance of immoderate passions; the patient has become sensitive in the whole nervous system; the least noise or excitement is unendurable. A general tendency to dissolution in producing extreme sensitiveness and irritability of nerves, or relaxation of solids.
Head and Face
Temples; has headache from one temple to the other; ringing in ears, as often occurs after the loss of seminal fluid, or after a hæmorrhage. Lobe of the ear. Blue color around the eyes; sallow complexion; pale color of the face; red color of the face; red spots on the cheeks; hollow eyes. Toothache in the upper teeth particularly, and especially where relief is obtained from pressing the. teeth firmly together.
Sexual
Female: During flooding in women, where she is pale, skin cold, is pulseless (or almost), ringing in the ears, etc. Sexual desire too strong; metrorrhagia; blood-colored leucorrhœa; uterine hæmorrhage from atony.
Stomach and Abdomen
Want of appetite; hunger (where the patient may be hungry without any appetite to eat), extreme hunger. Taste unnatural: flat; delicate. Vomiting of sour matter; troubles in the region of the spleen; darting, shooting pain generally from right to left, crosswise in the hypogastric region. Flatulence in general; flatulent colic; rumbling and rolling in the bowels.
Stool
Diarrhœa when very debilitating. Stools acrid; undigested; with ascarides; watery; bilious black; involuntary; painless; putrid; profuse.
Chest
Pneumonia from debilitating losses, or with badly smelling expectoration (Sepia, Silic., Conium, Carb. veg.), green fetid (Arsen.). Incipient phthisis. Respiration loud, without rattling in the throat; expectoration bloody, blood-streaked, mucous, purulent; troubles occurring in lower part of the chest. Palpitation of the heart; pulsation of, intermittent.
Sleep
Unquiet; sleepiness in the afternoon; sleeplessness in general; complaints causing sleeplessness; many dreams.
Fever
Concomitant complaints of fever; concomitant complaints before, during, and after fever. Pulse irregular, intermittent. Chilliness, with shivering. Perspiration in general, on back part of the body only, with thirst; want of perspiration. Great thirst (often like thirst of Arsen.).
Skin
Dryness of; general sensibility of; withered; wrinkling of; soreness of, from lying in bed. Humid gangrene.
Extremities
Painful weariness in the limbs, after a long walk, after debilitating losses; with constant desire to move, stretch, or change the positions of the limbs.
Sensations
Pain as if bruised in outer parts; in inner parts; in joints; of fulness in the abdomen (in China, after eating a full meal; in Lycop., after eating or drinking a very little). Jerking or throbbing pains in inner parts; pressing or darting in inner parts; darting from within outwards; darting in the muscles. Sensation of scraping on or over the bones, over the periosteum; drawing; jerking in bones; drawing in the glands; tearing, jerking sensation.
Generalities
Spermatorrhœa, Nasal secretion bloody, mucous. Affection of the shoulder-blades; bones of the arm; thighs; knee-joints. Bleeding from inner parts. There may be bleeding from every internal part of the body; coldness and passive hæmorrhage. Newly born children lose much blood during parturition; the mucous membrane looks very bloody if there is only a slight bleeding going on; deficiency of blood; congestion of; congestion of to single parts; distension of blood vessels. Contraction of inner parts; also dropsy of. General emaciation. Fainting, especially if resulting from loss of animal fluids. Induration after inflammation. Lassitude of the body; inclination to sit down. Desire for motion. Nervous debility; general debility. Dropsical swelling. Shuddering of single parts. Urine, brick dust in.
Worse
In the night; periodically; after drinking; before, during, and after the fever; from masturbation; loss of fluids; from fruits, milk; after perspiration; from suppressed perspiration; from talking; from touching the parts softly; from ascarides.
Where there has been great loss of blood, it is often well to lower the patients head and shoulders.
Remedies following
Arnic., Arsen., Asaf., Bellad., Carb. veg., Ferrum, Laches., Mercur., Pulsat., Sulphur, Veratr.
Antidotes
(Best), Arsen., Carb. veg., Ipec., Pulsat., Veratr. (Next), Arnic., Bellad., Ferrum, Sulphur also China, very high.
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