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Secale Cornutum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Claviceps Purpurea, Ergot, Secale, Secal, Secale cereale Sec.

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HPUS indication of Secale Cornutum: Restlessness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Secale Cornutum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Great lassitude and indolence.


Strong inclination to sleep and coma.

Deep, lethargic sleep.

Sleeplessness, with agitation and dry heat.

Coma with delirium, starts, and fright.


Epileptiform convulsions.


For female complaints chiefly, and esp. when occurring in thin, scrawny, wrinkled females or children.

Skin is cold, but the patient does not wish to be covered up.

Copious vomiting of a mixture of thick, black, pitchy, bilious, and slimy matter.

Dry gangrene, particularly on r. side, beginning in toes and running up the limb.

Amaurosis occurring in patients characteristic of Secale Cornutum; hard hearing; blue colour around eyes.

agg. From drawing up limbs; esp. in troubles of childbed.

amel. From stretching out the limbs.

Drawing, tearing, and tingling in the limbs and joints.

Violent and wandering spasmodic pains.

Cramps in legs, arms, and chest.

Burning sensation in all parts of the body, as if caused by sparks.

Tonic spasms; of all extensors.


General atrophy and emaciation.

Rapid emaciation of paralysed parts.

Unsteady gait; unsteadiness of the whole body; trembling; rapid sinking of strength.

Collapse when the patient cannot bear covering.



Complete mortification of some parts by sphacelus.

Affections in general of r. side; crooked limbs; sensation of deadness in any part.

Loss of sensation throughout the body.

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