ACALYPHA INDICA


ACALYPHA INDICA

When to use ACALYPHA INDICA

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Hæmorrhages having a
morning aggravation (rectal hæmorrhage, chest hæmorrhage). Dry cough, followed by spitting of blood, which is pure in the morning, but dark, lumpy and clotted in the evening, with a constricted feeling around the chest. Early stages of phthisis. Sadness, mental depression. Severe fit of dry cough, followed by spitting of blood. Cough most violent at night.Sputtering diarrhœa. Progressive emaciation. Leucorrhœa, sometimes thick, sometimes watery. Constant and severe pain in chest. Slow fever.

Dose.30,200,1M potency.


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Iodium
Catamenia at one time too late, at another too early. Menses premature, violent and copious. Atrophy of ovaries and breasts, with sterility. Great sensitiveness of r. ovarian region during or after menses. Thick, yellow, burning leucorrhœa, > after eating. Induration and swelling (cancer?) of the uterus. Uterine hæmorrhage renewed after every stool .Leucorrhœa, corroding the limbs and the linen; acrid; profuse; worse at time of menses. Flaccidity and atrophy of the breasts. Mammary hyperæsthesia. Heaviness of breasts as if they would fall off. Acute pain and soreness in breasts with metritis. Galactorrhœa; thin, watery milk; weakness; emaciation. Milk suppressed; breasts atrophied and relaxed.

 

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