Siegesbeckia. Homeopathy

Siegesbeckia
(S. orientalis. Hierba Divina)
MENTAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis Siegesbeckia
1 mental clouding. Fear of being touched or be approached (for pain).
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis Siegesbeckia
2 - () Muscle pain, general or local, traumatized or fatigued muscles, worse when touched, almost identical to that of Arnica, nocturnal agitation but no tendency to ecchymoses and hematomas, or aggravation by shaking.
3 - () Chronic suppurative organ or tissue (abscesses, suppurative adenitis, pyelonephritis, osteitis, etc.). With tenderness in the affected area, and asthenia; without Frilair or sweats. Less frequently in acute suppuration, fever and weakness, no sweat.
4 - () Convulsions. Prostration.
SPECIFIC Siegesbeckia
5 - () feeling of heaviness in the neck, tending to bring the head back.
6 Difficulty keeping eyes open.
7 Nausea, worse by drinking.
8 dry cough that causes pain in the left shoulder.
9 - () septic infection status with fever, chills (especially dorsal) and absence of sweating, with prostration and muscle pain (see 2), with aggravation by touch, movement and night, and relief from the immobility.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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