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Secale Cornutum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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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MIND

Mind

Delirium,

Delirium

she abandons her relatives and does absurd things,

he makes no answer (in a child eight years old),

Muttering delirium, very restless, agitated, and fearful of death (first day),

Muttering delirium (in six hours),

Delirium with violence,

Confusion of mind, with delirium bordering on mania; every patient raved and could be restrained only with great difficulty; followed after some hours by violent involuntary vomiting, and by continued deep sleep; after this there remained excessive vertigo, as after intoxication, with a feeling of exhaustion and powerlessness,

Rage,

Raving, etc.

Raving, with an attempt to jump into the water,

Raving, so that she must be restrained,

In two hours delirium came on, succeeded by heavy sleep and snoring. She could be roused, not to consciousness, but to low muttering, wanderings,

Extreme excitement, with wild look and impaired vision,

Excited and confused,

Transient delirium with the headache (second and third days),

Slight attacks of delirium,

Mild delirium,

A considerable degree of exhilaration, with preternatural wakefulness, both of them lying awake, with a very pleasant train of sensations and thoughts, through nearly the whole succeeding night,

Sensorium disturbed in the night; could not get rid of the impression that there were two sick persons in the bed, one of whom recovered and the other did not (fifth night),

She was conscious, but the room presented to her the impression of water excessively agitated on its surface. She could compare it only to the "foaming of a troubled sea,"

Illusions of sense,

Imbecility,

Mind weak for a long time,

Foolishness,

Those usually sad become jolly and even foolish,

Cheerful and constant joyous mood,

Strong desire to recover (eighth day),

Constant moaning and fear of death, with strong desire to live (eleventh day),

Constant moaning and swaying of the arms to and from the head (first day),

Moaning, sighing (tenth day),

Extreme sadness, ; (after one hour),

Sad mood,

Loathing of life; despair (tenth day),

Desire to be left undisturbed (first day),

Great depression,

The greatest depression of mind and loss of strength, a very sick feeling,

Depression of spirits,

Constant despondency and fearfulness,

Increased despondency,

Anxiety, ,

Great anxiety,

Frightful anxiety,

Anxiety and difficult respiration,

Anxiety, obstinacy (tenth day),

Anxiety and fear of death (tenth day),

Melancholia,

Hypochondria; patient says she must have something to relieve her or she must die (ninth day),

Excessively nervous and irritable,

Obstinacy, in a boy eight years old,

Indifference to everything,

Disinclination for work,

Disinclined to answer,

Great weakness of thought,

Thought disturbed,

Thought and speech difficult,

Intellectual languor (after three hours),

The only expression that he gave utterance to was a stupid kind of "I am hungry,"

Forgetful, weak-minded,

Weakness of memory (first day),

Memory lost, forgot what he had just said,

Diminution and loss of the senses, sight, hearing, etc.,

All the senses benumbed,

Great dulness of sense,

Gradually became insensible and died without struggling (eleventh day),

Consciousness seems to continue till the last breath, and just before death it seems as though the patient would improve,

Apathy,

Felt ill at ease, stupid, sleepy (after one hour),

Mind stupid,

Stupor, with dilated pupils,

Stupefaction, ,

Stupor,

Chronic stupor,

Complete loss of senses,

Loss of consciousness,

Incomplete coma (in six hours),

Coma,

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