Podophyllum. Homeopathy

(P. peltatum podophyllum)
1 extreme loquacity during fever or chills, delirium talkative, or eating acidic fruit.
2 Although this conscious during the chill, can not speak because he forgets the words. After the fever, forget what has happened.
3 Depression: he thinks he will die soon or that is very ill. Surmenage business and occupations.
4 - () Conditions or alternating states: headache and diarrhea, constipation and diarrhea, headache and liver disorders, ocular inflammation and scrotum, and so on.
5 - () Worse: Morning, especially very early, 2 to 4 hours or 5; at night, by touch, motion, strain, by climbing stairs or walking, outdoors, in hot weather; after eating and drinking, with fruit and sour milk before, during and after stool, during dentition, swallowing. Better: lying, especially on the belly, by friction, by local heat.
6 - () Right side.
7 - () prostration with the pain. Major weakness for diarrhea, for gastralgias.
Desire and aversion of Podophyllum
8 - () Desire for acids
9 - () Vertigo standing or outdoors, with a tendency to fall forward and fullness on the eyes, from gastric or hepatic disorders. Hemicraneas. Chronic headaches, periodicals, especially in the occipital or vertex, preceded by blurred vision, appearing suddenly worse tomorrow, overdrive or walking, relieved by pressure, with flushed face and warmth in the vertex, or constipation, or alternating with diarrhea, (all go away if you have diarrhea) or fakes mouth and nausea. The head is hot and moves from side to side, sleeping or from the teeth, sometimes with moaning and vomiting. The child sleeping in the head Suda.
10 Inflammation of the eyes, worse morning. Corneal ulcers, very soft base, worse on the right. Arcus. Falls. Sunken eyes. Heaviness and swelling of eyelids. Eye pain, throbbing in the temporal arteries. Drawing in the eyes, as if going to have strabismus.
Earache 11 right, extending to the eustachian tube.
12 sharp nose, sore, with granite.
13 Face sallow or pale as a cadaver. Cheeks flushed and hot. Jaw drop.
14 - () A constant tendency to clench the teeth or gums in the baby, each other. Difficult dentition, often accompanied by groans and head movements sleep (see 9), cough and diarrhea. Grinds teeth, waking or sleeping, or rumination on dreams.
15 - () Complete absence of taste or bad taste, or anything like sour, putrid or sweet. Sensation of burning tongue, or palate. Tongue white, moist, dental impressions at the edges, yellow, red, in erect papillae, sometimes bleeding. Fetid breath, over night. Sialorrhea.
Dry mouth and tongue to awaken.
16 Throat dry, hot, with pains that go from right to left and 1xtienden to ears on swallowing, especially liquids, and tomorrow. Goiter.
17 - () Anorexia or voracious appetite. Intense thirst for cold water in large quantities; moderate thirst during fever, but after eating. Early satiety, nausea and vomiting followed. Disgust or nausea at the thought of food or smell. Burning or heartburn. Belching hot acids or rotten egg smell. Extreme nausea and frequent, often without vomiting. Arcades in childhood diarrhea. Vomiting: baby milk, food, putrid smell and taste, of thick bile and blood, frothy mucus; in pregnancy.
Gastralgias, worse from slightest touch or movement. Feeling of emptiness or hollowness or weakness or languor in the epigastrium, without hunger. Stitches in the stomach when coughing. Burning after eating; heat. Burning pain in pylorus and duodenum, with violent retching, belching, bilious vomiting, constipation, mild jaundice and pain on pressure at the point of entry of the bile duct into the duodenum. Catarrhal duodenitis.
18 - () fullness, pain, burning stitches in right hypochondrium, worse from the slightest pressure and better by the constant friction, which is forced to do, pain during liver shivers. Stitches in the hypochondria when eating. Hepatitis with liver pains and constipation.
Biliary lithiasis with jaundice. Liver failure with bitter mouth, headache, dizziness, nausea, bilious vomiting and diarrhea and dark urine. Abdomen much distended, tympanic, as if about to explode, flatulence, rumbling.
Intense feelings of emptiness and fatal weakness in the stomach, especially after stool as if everything were to go, with prolapse (rectal or womb). Cramps in the stomach and transverse colon, worse at 3 or 4 am or morning or lying on his back and better by pressure or thighs flexing or bending or leaning forward or by external heat or dusk, or lying on the belly. Pendulous abdomen, fallen.
19 - () Diarrhea copious and exhausting (it is, perhaps, the principal remedy of diarrhea in general), especially in the early morning or 4 driving out of bed, or before noon or night, bilious in children, especially in hot weather or from the teeth, for cider or drinking water (sometimes immediately) after eating, from eating fruit and milk; worse by movement, often painless. The diarrhea is preceded by rumbling or gurgling and violent cramps that make it bend, and is followed by tenesmus and extreme weakness and prostration, with sensation of emptiness in the stomach and rectum and, frequently, rectal prolapse (more in children).
The stool is very rich, fetid or putrid, yellow, watery, driven jet, or mucosanguinolentas pure or blood or blood-streaked, green, with remains undigested, or putty-colored or white as milk or chyle, or pieces of chalk or black as tar. Diarrhea alternates with constipation or headache (with hard, dry stools, changing).
Anal prolapse, especially during childhood diarrhea worse before, during or after stool; worse by sneezing or vomiting; after childbirth. Painful piles. Cancer of the rectum.
20 painful urination, scanty, or frequent and copious drinking immediately. Diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Yellow urine, with sediment red. Enuresis. Urgency.
21 Acute pain in the spermatic cord. Pustular eruption on the scrotum. Diseases of the prostate with rectal disorders.
22 - () prolapse of uterus, especially as you move the belly, as if to leave all Fondling, worse during diarrhea, postpartum, by efforts, by washing, by lifting, or constipation. Violent pain in right ovary, extending to the thigh or femoral nerve, descend or worse before and during menses. Ovarian tumor, right or left. Bearing down pains in ovaries and uterus, worse during menstruation and defecation. Amenorrhea in young women with pelvic pressure, cramps and diarrhea. Menses delayed, abundant strain.
23 Tendency to breathe deeply, sighs. Suffocation just go to bed at night. Chronic bronchitis. Pneumonia. Asthma from taking cold. Loose or dry cough, with tions in the chest with remittent fever, teething or liver disease. Pertussis with constipation and anorexia.
Pains in the chest when breathing deeply, feeling of constriction in the chest.
24 Sensation as if heart rise to his throat. Punctures precordial. Palpitations or emotional strain. Pulse quick and small, or slow and almost imperceptible.
25 Stiffness and soreness in the neck. Pain under right shoulder blade.
Back pain between the shoulders, worse at night and morning, and by movement. Sacrococcygeal pain when walking or standing. Lumbar pain and sensation of cold, night and aggravation by movement. Lumbosacral pain worse and after defecation.
26 Pain in the limbs, worse at night. Joint weakness, but in the knees. Pain in left forearm and fingers. Fingering asleep. Pain in the radial nerve. Weakness of the wrists. Pain and weakness in his left hip, worse when climbing stairs. Heaviness and stiffness of knees, cracking on motion. Cramps in the calves, thighs and feet, diarrhea.
Paralytic weakness in the left side.
Drowsiness by day 27, but before noon, with eyes half closed, moaning and crying, especially in children. Great restlessness and takes many turns in bed, yawning and stretching to improve it. Sleepwalking.
Insomnia in the first part of the night. Bed feels too hard.
Chills 28 when it moves over the foot and at bedtime, immediately followed by sweating. Chills at 7 pm, preceded by back pain. Fever that begins during the chills, worse after noon, covering her much better in bed with violent headaches, talkativeness, thirst and ravenous hunger. Waves of heat going up the back when bowel movements. Ague. Malaria in its everyday forms, tertian and quartan. Copious sweat dripping from his fingers and toes. Cold sweats, hot head and legs.
29 Jaundice, even in children. Scales in arms and legs. Pustules that are slow to heal. Erysipelas. Cold, clammy skin. Intolerable itching.
Natrum Muriaticum.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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