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Secale Cornutum - Generalities symptoms - Hering

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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Inclination to sleep; drowsiness.

Great sleepiness; deep, heavy sleep, stupor.

Restless and sleepless; from formication which worries.

Nausea and vomiting

Eructations with disagreeable taste; sour; tasteless, but with subjective, disagreeable empyreumatic odor.

Nausea; inclination to vomit; painful retchings.

Vomiting of food; of a yellowish-green, frothy mass; first of contents of the stomach, then only mucus, of mucus mixed with lumbrici; of decomposed matter.

Haematemesis, patient lies still; great weakness; but no pain; abdomen soft.


Dissolution of blood corpuscles, blood thin; passive hemorrhages.

Neuralgia caused by pressure on branch of a nerve by a distended vein.

Thrombosis of abdominal vessels.

Tumefaction of glands.

Lymphatic tumors.

Collapse from choleroid diseases.

Rapid emaciation of paralyzed parts.

Ulcers, worse from external warmth.

Gangrene from anaemia; external injuries, application of leeches or mustard; better from cold, worse from heat; dry, of old people.

Contact, Injuries, etc.

Touch 17, 23. Pressure 31, 44.

The slightest wound causes bleeding for weeks.


Formication under the skin.

Burning in all parts of body, as if sparks were falling on them.


Spasmodic twitchings.

Irregular movements of whole body.

Spasms, with the fingers spread out.

Convulsive jerks and starts in the paralyzed limbs.

Painful contractions in the flexor muscles.

Tetanic spasms, with full consciousness, followed by great exhaustion.

Sudden and great exhaustion.

Loss of power of voluntary motion.

Feels as if walking upon velvet; paralysis from disease or lower part of spine, sensory, then motor.

Sinking spells at 3 A.M.

Temperature and weather

Aversion to heat or to being covered.

May feel cold, but does not wish to be covered.

Desire for fresh air.

Cold better 44. Heat worse 44.

Chill, Fever and Sweat.

Disagreeable sensation in back, abdomen and limbs.

Skin cold, with shivering.

Violent chill but of short duration; followed soon after by internal burning heat, with great thirst.

Burning fever, interrupted by shaking chills.

Cold limbs, cold sweat, great weakness.

Cold stage preceded by vomiting, succeeded by moderate sweating.

Severe and long-lasting dry heat, with great restlessness and violent thirst.

Sweat, especially on upper body.

Cold, clammy sweat over the whole body.

Profuse sweats.

Colliquative sweats.


Right 28, 32, 33.

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