Azadirachta indica. Homeopathy

Azadirachta indica (Indian Lilac)
MENTAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Azadirachta indica
1 - Deprirnido and forgetfulness; want to lie.
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Azadirachta indica
2 - Worse outdoors after noon.
Desire and aversion of Azadirachta indica
3 - Desire for sweets.
SPECIAL Azadirachta indica
4 - Dizziness when getting up from sitting. Throbbing headache on the right, with eye pain, worse in open air. Great soreness of the scalp and hair to touch. Burning in eyes with coryza. Ringing in the ears; crunch to open his mouth.
5 - () sensation of burning tongue. The saliva is salty. Bitter taste in the throat. Great appetite. No thirst or thirsty for large quantities of cold water at long intervals. Pain in the epigastrium and umbilicus; burning. Constipation with hard, knotty stools. Diarrhea. Fetid flatus.
6 - Great sexual excitement.
7 - Cough after bathing. White expectoration, difficult. Cramping and burning in the chest. Needs to breathe deeply at long intervals.
8 - Hands and feet asleep.
9 - It sounds to fights.
10 - () that begins with mild fever or no chills, lasts from 15 or 16.30 until 19.30, with burning, intense heat, especially in the face, eyes, palms and plants outdoors, followed by sweating in the upper body. Badly treated in malaria with quinine.
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Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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