Eugenia jambosa

Last modified on January 25th, 2019

Eugenia jambosa signs and symptoms of the homeopathy medicine from the Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by J.H. Clarke. Find out for which conditions and symptoms Eugenia jambosa is used

      Eugenia vulgaris. Malabar Plum-tree. Rose-apple. *N. O. Myrtaceae. A tree native to the tropics, never without flower or fruit. Tincture of fresh seeds.

Clinical

Acne rosacea. Catarrhal fever. Catarrhs. Comedones. Constipation. Coryza. Cough. Diarrhoea. Diplopia. Hernia. Hiccough. Impotence. Influenza. Otitis. Pimples. Throat, sore.

Characteristics

Like *Eucalyptus, *Eugenia causes a condition of drunkenness. It makes the prover very talkative but indolent. The most characteristic symptom of the proving is: ” better after urination.” Sudden great change in him after micturition. Everything seems more beautiful and bright, sky and trees more joyous and clear, but after a quarter of an hour everything became gloomy again. There are many symptoms relating to the eyes and vision: whirling in head while sitting, houses at a distance seem to turn bottom upwards. Darkness and double vision, on looking intently double vision disappears. Whirling before right eye as if it would become dark, eye becomes inflamed. It seems as though fire came out of eyes, and tears ran out in streams in evening and night. worse By sun, causes eyes to fill with water. worse By closing eyes, it makes the burning worse, prevents sleeping at night. Nausea better by smoking. Pain in small of back and calves. Aching in sacrum and knees. Sticking pain in back as if something were sticking in spine, better by bending back. Among the peculiar sensations are: Headache as if a heavy board were lying on right side. Sensation as of cramp in orifice of stomach, as if a ten-pound weight were hanging on rectum, and as if everything below would fall out. An old wound from a thrust became painful again. Rheumatic pain wanders from place to place with catarrh. Open air: much exhaustion, yawning while walking in morning. Cold water does not better burning in eyes. Skin disease is worse during catamenia.

Relations

Compare: Eucalypt. ( a myrtaceous tree) in catarrhal conditions, Laur. and drugs containing Hydrocyanic acid, Pulsatilla (fugitive rheumatic pains). Antidoted by: Coffee, by smoking tobacco.

SYMPTOMS.

Mind

Continued state, like intoxication, with great loquacity and indolence. Disposition to isolation. The patient is uncomfortable wherever he may be, desires to lie down when seated, and to rise up when lying down. Sudden great change in him after micturition, everything seems more beautiful and bright, after quarter of an hour everything gloomy again.

Head

Vertigo, during which all objects seems to be reversed. Fits of megrim in the evening, and rolling and burning pain in the head, with forcing towards the eyes, lachrymation, nausea and vomiting, during which the pains are aggravated. Pains in the head at night, with burning pain in the eyes, violent thirst, and copious discharge of urine. Cramp-like, pressive pains in the head. Neuralgia in forehead over eye. Headache as from a sticking from all sides at once, or as if everything was drawn together from within, recurring like a slow pulsation.

Eyes

Lachrymation, with burning and gnawing pains. Burning pain in the eyes in the afternoon. Suddenly biting in the eyes as from pepper. Needle-like stitches in inner canthus right eye. Violent internal itching in eyes and nose, evening. Darkness before eyes, everything seems double, better looking intently. Whirling before right eye. Eyes look sleepy and drunken.

Face and Mouth

Pimples on the face, with painful sensibility of their circumferences. Abundant accumulation of frothy and viscid saliva in the mouth, especially before a meal, and when talking.

Throat

At night, burning in eyes, violent thirst from dryness low down in throat, so that he did not feel the drink, which also did not better the dryness. Pain in small spot in region of left corner of hyoid bone. Inflamed throat (in catarrhal fever).

Appetite

Appetite increased. Agreeable taste of tobacco, when smoking, of food, and of drink. Great thirst. Great desire to smoke tobacco.

Stomach and Abdomen

Cramp in orifice of stomach, causing nausea. Nausea rising up from end of oesophagus. Flatulence rumbling in bowels. Drawing about navel. Inguinal hernia from a fall.

Stool

Loose evacuation, followed by vomiting. Scanty evacuation of excrement, of the consistence of pap, and sandy. Urging to stool and colic. Evacuations scanty, spurting, and fetid, with burning pain in the abdomen. Constipation. Scanty, hard stool, after much pressing, followed by spasmodic closure of anus. Tenesmus.

Urinary Organs

Deep-coloured urine. After making water, shuddering, or sudden increase of brightness and of light before the eyes.

Male Sexual Organs

Impotence. Emission of semen too slow, or entirely wanting during coition. After coition, perspiration and thirst.

Chest

Moist cough, without expectoration in the evening and at night. Expectoration of yellowish sanguineous mucus.

Limbs

Desquamation and suppuration of the skin round the nail of the thumb. Hot hands. Cramp-like and paralytic pains in the tibia and in the heels. Nocturnal cramps in the sole of the foot.

Generalities

Sufferings occur especially in the evening and at night. An old wound from a thrust became painful again. Rheumatic pain wanders from place to place with catarrh.

Sleep

Profound stupefying sleep, even at noon, with confused dreams.

Fever

Shiverings run over him after micturition. Coldness, as if the body were naked. Perspiration in the morning, with burning thirst. Hot hands. Fever, heat before midnight, with little thirst and much sweat, during fever for several hours in morning, pain in back, better bending inward.

About the author

John Henry Clarke

John Henry Clarke

John Henry Clarke MD (1853 – November 24, 1931 was a prominent English classical homeopath. Dr. Clarke was a busy practitioner. As a physician he not only had his own clinic in Piccadilly, London, but he also was a consultant at the London Homeopathic Hospital and researched into new remedies — nosodes. For many years, he was the editor of The Homeopathic World. He wrote many books, his best known were Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica and Repertory of Materia Medica

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