Astragallus mollisimus. Homeopathy

ASTRAGALLUS MOLLISIMUS
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis ASTRAGALLUS MOLLISIMUS
1 - () This weed, eaten by animals, affects as alcohol, snuff and morphine to man. In the first stage, produces a period of mania with hallucinations, decreased vision and action rare. After it takes the taste to the plant, rejects all other food intake. In the second stage, there are weight loss, sunken eyes, dull hair and slow, until, in a few months, dying of hunger. This effect suggests the possibility of its therapeutic use in drug addiction.
SPECIFICATIONS (in man) of ASTRAGALLUS MOLLISIMUS
P - Fullness in the right temple and upper jaw, and head. Dizzy. Pressing pain in temples. Pain over left eyebrow. Pain in facial bones. Pain and pressure in the jaw.
3 - Weak and gastric emptying, a vacuum better by eating. Burning in pharynx, esophagus and stomach. Nausea with thrills and chills.
4 - Sense of hum on the outside of his right foot from heel to toe.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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