Abelmoschus. Homeopathy

Abelmoschus (Hibiscus Abelmoschus. Ambarilla. Ambrette musk or grass)
Pathogenesis made by L. of Legarreta, from Mexico (1961).
MENTAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Abelmoschus
1 - () Fear of animals: insects, flies, spiders, scorpions, snakes.
Nighttime fears and obsessions of being attacked by poisonous animals.
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Abelmoschus
2 Worse: at night.
Desire and aversion of Abelmoschus
3 Desire for cold drinks and foods.
Abelmoschus SPECIFIC
Cephalic 4 Heaviness, as if head were squeezed by a vise.
5 - () Scotoma: spots before the eyes that impede vision. Tearing in the eye caused by a nail.
6 Hearing loss when descending stairs.
7 - () Face pale yellowish, with itching. Tremors, or paralysis of the lips and jaw. Lockjaw.
8 - () Excessive salivation, with sensation of dryness in the mouth. Saliva thick, sticky. Difficulty speaking.
Dysphagia 9. Epigastric pain.
Dyspnea 10. Sensation of thoracic constriction. Sharp pain in the chest.
11 chest constricted feeling. Rapid heartbeat, in anguish.
12 - () tremor, paresis or paralysis of the limbs with edema. Edema of hands and legs.
13 Somnolence.
14 - () In Legarreta recommended daily dose of 15 drops 3AX as protection against mosquito bites.

() Very effective. () Effective. () Util

Source: "Homoeopathic Materia Medica Vijnovsky

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