CYCLAMEN – Homeopathic Medicine

Last modified on January 8th, 2019


CYCLAMEN homeopathic drug picture symptoms from A Primer of Materia Medica by T.F. Allen, of the homeopathy remedy CYCLAMEN


      The pains are drawing or tearing, seeming to be seated in the periosteum. Except for weakness the longer he continues to move about the better he feels; but the symptoms return on sitting, especially towards evening.


      Generally depressed mood, with weeping; desire to be alone.


      Headache in the morning on rising, with flickering before the eyes. Vertigo very marked, worse towards evening; sometimes worse when walking in the open air, better when quiet. Vertigo and headache, associated with indigestion and, menstrual irregularities.


      Flickering and dim vision, especially on waking, with spots before vision of various colors.


      Much roaring in the ears.


      Coryza, with much sneezing. Diminished smell.


      Drawing toothache at night. Saliva salt; all food tastes salt. Taste flat, nauseous.


      Loss of appetite, especially as soon as one begins to eat. General absence of thirst. Eructations, with oppression of the stomach. Hiccough after eating, with qualmishness in the epigastric region, as after too much fat. A feeling of fulness and aching in the pit of the stomach, as if overloaded.


      General discomfort and qualmishness. Flatulent colic. Rumbling after eating.


      Diarrhoea after coffee; stools pasty. Frequent urging to urinate; urine profuse, whitish.

Sexual Organs, Female

      Menstruation early, profuse, black and clotted, with pains, extending from back to pubis. Menses black, clotted and membranous.

Respiratory Organs

      Cough, (<) during sleep, violent at night, with tickling and scraping in the larynx. General oppression of the chest. Shortness of breath in the evening, like a feeling of weakness in the chest.


      Palpitation in the evening, with a feeling of rush of blood to the chest.


      Pressure, paralytic as in periosteum from the shoulder to the fingers. Tearing in the fingers as if next to the bones. Cramplike pains posteriorly on the thighs. Pain as from a sprain in the ankles. Sore pain in the heels.


      Restless, dreamy sleep at night, but sleeps late in the morning. Great sleepiness in the evening.


      Chill and heat, without thirst; the thirst comes an hour after the heat. Chill in the evening, with great sensitiveness.

About the author

TF Allen

TF Allen

Dr. Timothy Field Allen, M.D. ( 1837 - 1902)
Born in 1837in Westminster, Vermont. . He was an orthodox doctor who converted to homeopathy
Dr. Allen compiled the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica over the course of 10 years.
In 1881 Allen published A Critical Revision of the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica.

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