ARUNDO MAURITANICA



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Reed (ARUNDO) A remedy for catarrhal states. Hay-fever. Head.–Itching; falling off of hair; roots of hair painful. Pustules. Pain in occiput, extends to right ciliary region. Deep seated pain in sides of head. Ears.–Burning and itching in auditory canals. Eczema behind ears. Nose.–Hay-fever begins with burning and itching of palate and conjunctiva. Annoying itching in the nostrils and roof of the mouth (Wyethia). Coryza; loss of smell (Nat mur). Sneezing, itching of nostrils. Mouth.–Burning and itching; bleeding of gums. Ulcers and exfoliations in the commissures. Fissures in tongue. Stomach.–Coldness in stomach. Longing for acids. Abdomen.–Movement as from something alive. Flatulence pain at pubic region. Stool.–Greenish. Burning at anus. Diarrhœa of nursing children (Cham; Calc phos). Urine.–Burning. Red sediment (Lyc). Male.–Pain in spermatic cord after embrace. Female.–Menses too early and profuse. Neuralgic pains from face to shoulders and pubis. Desire with vaginal pruritus. Respiratory.–Dyspnœa; cough; bluish expectoration. Burning and pain in nipples. Extremities.–Itching, burning; œdema of hands and feet. Burning and swelling of soles. Copious and offensive sweat of feet. Skin.–Eczema; itching and crawling, especially of chest, upper extremities. Fissures in fingers and heels. Relationship.–Compare: Anthoxantum-sweet vernal grass (a popular medicine for hay-fever and coryza). Lolium; Cepa; Sabad; Silica. Dose.–Third to sixth potency.   Share this post Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Pin it on pinterest Share with Stumblers Tweet about it

Reed
(ARUNDO)

A remedy for catarrhal states. Hay-fever.

Head.–Itching; falling off of hair; roots of hair painful. Pustules. Pain in occiput, extends to right ciliary region. Deep seated pain in sides of head.

Ears.–Burning and itching in auditory canals. Eczema behind ears.

Nose.–Hay-fever begins with burning and itching of palate and conjunctiva. Annoying itching in the nostrils and roof of the mouth (Wyethia). Coryza; loss of smell (Nat mur). Sneezing, itching of nostrils.

Mouth.–Burning and itching; bleeding of gums. Ulcers and exfoliations in the commissures. Fissures in tongue.

Stomach.–Coldness in stomach. Longing for acids.

Abdomen.–Movement as from something alive. Flatulence pain at pubic region.

Stool.–Greenish. Burning at anus. Diarrhœa of nursing children (Cham; Calc phos).

Urine.–Burning. Red sediment (Lyc).

Male.–Pain in spermatic cord after embrace.

Female.–Menses too early and profuse. Neuralgic pains from face to shoulders and pubis. Desire with vaginal pruritus.

Respiratory.–Dyspnœa; cough; bluish expectoration. Burning and pain in nipples.

Extremities.–Itching, burning; œdema of hands and feet. Burning and swelling of soles. Copious and offensive sweat of feet.

Skin.–Eczema; itching and crawling, especially of chest, upper extremities. Fissures in fingers and heels.

Relationship.–Compare: Anthoxantum-sweet vernal grass (a popular medicine for hay-fever and coryza). Lolium; Cepa; Sabad; Silica.

Dose.–Third to sixth potency.

 

Manisha Bhatia

Dr. Manisha Bhatia, M.D. (Hom) is a leading homeopathy physician working in Rajasthan, India. She has studied with George Vithoulkas through the IACH e-learning course. She is Director of Asha Homeopathy Medical Center, Jaipur and is also a Lecturer of Homeopathic Repertory at S.K. Homeopathy Medical College, Jaipur. She is also a Director of Hpathy.com. Find more about her at www.doctorbhatia.com

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