Terminalia chebula. Homeopathy

Terminalia chebula
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR pathogenesis of Terminalia chebula
1 - () Worse: heat of the sun, by motion, for the strong pressure, for the effort. Better: cold applications, eating, during sleep and rest.
SPECIFIC Terminalia chebula
2 - () Vertigo violent, starting at the nape and extended to the right side of his head worse by sunlight and strong pressure. Headache worse by the sun, moving and strong pressure, better by cold water bathing, the air cool and dry in the evening, for sleeping and eating.
3 - () Sialorrhea with desire to drink cold water. Gums swollen and hard.
Tongue swollen, brown, with drypoint. Foul breath.
4 belching foul. Constant acidity of tomorrow, with belching. Gastric fullness.
5 Borborygmi and pain in the lower right abdomen with flatulence. Rn liver pain, better by pressure.
6 frequent ineffectual efforts to move the belly. Stool scanty.
Suda when defecating.
7 Oliguria. Frequent urination at night.
8 Pain in the right half of thorax. Chest pain.
9 Pain in neck and back. Severe back pain, can not sit.
10 Rheumatism of right deltoid.

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

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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