Ficus religiosa. Homeopathy

Ficus religiosa
(Lacquer Tree)
MENTAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Ficus religiosa
1 Sad, melancholic. Still, unwilling to move, or restless and very weak.
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Ficus religiosa
2 - () The main action is haemorrhages, where their effect is almost magical and in many cases, instant: in hematemesis, hematuria, and meno metrorrhagia, hemoptysis, bleeding hemorrhoids, stools mixed with blood (dysenteric) epistaxis. The blood is bright red, and the medication is given in drops (1 to 5) of the tincture every 3 to 4 hours, or an X through 3 Even been used successfully applied topically to wounds very bloody.
SPECIFIC Ficus religiosa
3 - () Headache (with bleeding), with nausea and dizziness. Burning in the vertex. Blurred vision, epistaxis. Face yellowish.
4 - () Vomiting bright red blood. Nausea and gastralgias. Dysentery with blood, with menorrhagia.
5 - () Hematuria. Frequent urination.
6 Hemorrhage of bright red, with bearing down pains in the hypogastric.
7 Dyspnea. Cough with hemoptysis. Pulse very weak.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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