Buy Online Conium Maculatum - Mother Tincture -100 ml
An old remedy, rendered classical by Plato's graphic description of its
employment in the death of Socrates. The ascending paralysis
it produces, ending in death by failure of respiration, shows the ultimate tendency of many
symptoms produced in the provings, for which Conium is an excellent remedy, such as
difficult gait, trembling, sudden loss of strength while walking, painful stiffness of legs.
etc. Such a condition is often found in old age, a time of weakness, languor, local
congestions, and sluggishness. This is the special environment that Conium choose to
manifest its action. It corresponds to the debility, hypochondriasis, urinary troubles,
weakened memory, sexual debility found here. Trouble at the change of life, old and
bachelors. Growth of tumors invite it also. General feeling as if bruised by blows. Great
debility in the morning in bed. Weakness of body and mind,
trembling, and palpitation. Cancerous diathesis. Arterio-sclerosis. Caries of
sternum. Enlarged glands. Acts on the glandular system, engorging and indurating it,
altering its structure like scrofulous and cancerous conditions. Tonic after grippe.
Insomnia of multiple neuritis.
Mind.--Excitement causes mental depression. Depressed, timid,
averse to society, and afraid of being alone. No inclination for business or study; takes no
interest in anything. Memory weak; unable to sustain 'any mental effort.
Head.--Vertigo, when lying down, and
when turning over in bed, when turning head sidewise,
or turning eyes; worse, shaking head, slight noise or conversation of others, especially
towards the left. Headache, stupefying, with nausea and vomiting of mucus, with a feeling as
of foreign body under the skull. Scorched feeling on top. Tightness as if both temples were
compressed; worse after a meal. (Gels.;
Atropine.) Bruised, semilateral pains. Dull occipital pain on rising in morning.
Eyes.--Photophobia and excessive
lachrymation. Corneal pustules. Dim-sighted; worse, artificial light. On closing
eyes, he sweats. Paralysis of ocular muscles. (Caust.)
In superficial inflammations, as in phlyctenular conjunctivitis and keratitis. The slightest ulceration or abrasion will cause the intensest photophobia.
Ears.--Defective hearing; discharge from ear blood colored.
Nose.--Bleeds easily-becomes sore. Polypus.
Stomach.--Soreness about the root of tongue. Terrible nausea,
acrid heartburn and acid eructations; worse on going to bed. Painful spasms of the stomach.
Amelioration from eating and aggravation a few hours after meals; acidity and burning;
painful spot the level of the sternum.
Abdomen.--Severe aching in and around the liver. Chronic
jaundice, and pains in right hypochondrium. Sensitive, bruised, swollen, knife-like pains.
Stool.--Frequent urging; hard, with tenesmus. Tremulous weakness after every stool. (Verat.;
Ars.; Arg. n.) Heat and burning in rectum during stool.
Urine.--Much difficulty in voiding. It
flows and stops again. (Ledum.) Interrupted discharge. (Clematis.)
Dribbling in old men. (Copaiva.)
Male.--Desire increased; power decreased. Sexual nervousness,
with feeble erection. Effects of suppressed sexual appetite.
Testicles hard and enlarged.
Female.--Dysmenorrhœa, with drawing-down thighs. Mammæ lax
and shrunken, hard, painful to touch. Stitches in nipples. Wants to press breast hard with hand.
Menses delayed and scanty; parts sensitive. Breasts enlarge and
become painful before and during menses. (Calc. c.; Lac
can.) Rash before menses. Itching around pudenda. Unready conception. Induration
of os and cervix. Ovaritis; ovary enlarged, indurated; lancinating pain. Ill effects of repressed sexual desire or suppressed menses, or from
excessive indulgence. Leucorrhœa after micturition.
Respiratory.--Dry cough, almost continuous, hacking; worse,
evening and at night; caused by dry spot in larynx with itching in chest and throat, when
lying down, talking or laughing, and during pregnancy. Expectoration only after
long coughing. Want of breath on taking the least exercise; oppressed breathing,
constriction of chest; pains in chest.
Back.--Dorsal pain between shoulders. Ill effects of bruises
and shocks to spine. Coccyodynia. Dull aching in lumbar and sacral region.
Extremities.--Heavy, weary, paralyzed; trembling; bands
unsteady; fingers and toes numb. Muscular weakness,
especially of lower extremities. Perspiration of hands. Putting
feet on chair relieves pain.
Skin.--Axillary glands pain, with
numb feeling down arm. Induration after contusions. Yellow skin, with papular
eruption; yellow finger-nails. Glands enlarged and indurated,
also mesenteric. Flying stitches through the glands. Tumors, piercing pains; worse, at
night. Chronic ulcers with fetid discharge. Sweat as soon as one
sleeps, or even when closing eyes. Night and morning sweat, with offensive odor,
and smarting in skin.
down, turning or rising in bed; celibacy;
before and during menses, from taking cold, bodily or mental exertion. Better,
while fasting, in the dark, from letting limbs hang down, motion and pressure.
nosode- (cancerous diathesis; enlarged glands; cancer of breast; worms); Baryt.; Hydrast.; Iod.; Kali phos.; Hyos.; Curare.