Syzgium, Tabacum, Tanacetum, Taraxacum, Tartarus, Terebinthina, Teucrium, Thlaspi. Homeopathy

Syzygium jambolanum (jambul)
Diabetes mellitus, especially senile diabetes.

Tabacum (snuff)
Vascular spasm. Paresthesias. Angina pectoris with sensation of death. Gangrene. Intermittent claudication. Cold sweat. Salivation. Vertigo. Neuralgia. Migraines. Angiospasm.

Tanacetum vulgare (tansy)
Dysentery. Helminthiasis nerve irritation, for example, twitching, tics. States of nervous irritation and anxiety in children.

Taraxacum (dandelion)
Gallbladder disease. Liver disease with and without jaundice. Bloating, flatulence. Congestion portal. Gastritis.

Tartarus stibiatus (antimony potassium tartrate)
Expectorant. Cough with nausea, vomiting dry. Bronchopneumonia. Emphysema. Scrofulous. Varicella. Urticaria. Rubella.

Terebinthina (oil of turpentine)
Albuminuria. Urine odor of violets. Glomerulonephritis and nephrosis. Nephritis (focal). Cistopielitis. Nephrolithiasis. Hematuria.

Teucrium scorodonia (escorodonia)
Chronic rhinitis. Chronic bronchitis. Nasal polyps. Tuberculosis.

Thlaspi bursa pastoris (shepherd's purse)
Metrorrhagia, menorrhagia, leucorrhoea. Chronic cystitis. Hemorrhage.

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