Prunus padus. Homeopathy

Prunus padus
(Cerasus Padus. P. Vulgaris)
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Prunus padus
1 Worse, by pressure, sitting, standing, stooping, walking.
2 general feeling of weakness, starting at one side of the neck and extending to the upper limbs, first right and then left.
SPECIFIC Prunus padus
3 - () Drowsiness, confusion and bewilderment on his head. Pressure front in the left temple and at the base of the skull. Heaviness occipital pain.
4 Mydriasis accentuated.
5 Pulsations in the root of the nose, with visible tremor, worse on stooping.
6 Sore throat with frequent swallowing of saliva.
7 severe nausea. Drawing pain in hypochondria and navel, worse pressure. Abdomen much distended with gas.
8 - () Stitches or stitches in rectum when sitting or walking.
Urine copious yellow 9.
10 - () Stitches in larynx forcing him to swallow. Pressing pain retrosternal with dyspnea at the bottom of the sternum, as if something heavy was leaning there, worse walking. Sudden and violent stitches below the right ribs.
11 - () standing chest tightness. Violent and irregular heartbeats, tumultuous, who felt in the neck and sometimes they shake their heads, worse sitting.
12 weakness at elbows.
13 Common cold feeling in the back. Heat deep in his lower back.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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