Thuja Occidentalis

Thuja Occidentalis


Moistening and suppurating sycotic excrescences. Warts on any part of the body with little necks, called fig warts; tubular wart--i.e., long wart, same size all the way out; "mother's mark." Condylomata.

Hydrogenoid constitutions (possessing "an increased capacity to contain water; hence rain, cold, damp weather, beds, and food that increase the number of molecules of water in the system < the symptoms").
 Strumous and sycotic persons.
 Lax muscles; light hair; children.
 Lymphatic temperament, in very fleshy persons, dark complexion, black hair, unhealthy skin.
 Ailments from vaccination or from suppressed or maltreated gonorrhœa. 
Thuja is a strongly left-sided medicine (the left arm is usually vaccinated).

Complaints, while and after passing water; sensation as if water were trickling down the urethra; dribbling urine. Constant, repeated, strong urging to urinate; voids large quantities.

Venereal diseases. Affections in general appearing in male or female genital organs, particularly on the external organs; affections on left side particularly. Ovaries. Nocturnal erections. Abortion at end of third month, commencing with a scanty discharge of blood for five days, then more and more profuse.

Darting pain in outer parts also in joints; burning darting pain; drawing in the blood vessels. Affections of the right abdominal ring; wings of the nose; loins; inguinal glands; fingers; tips of fingers; toes. Painful swelling and redness of the points of the fingers.

 Aneurisms by anastomosis; swelling of the blood vessels. Dreams anxious, especially of dead persons; of falling; of accidents. Flushes of heat.

Twitching, especially in the upper part of the body. Stinging in the limbs and joints. The limbs go to sleep.

<In the afternoon; after midnight; while chewing; stretching the affected limb; while urinating.

>While drawing up the limb.

Aversion to motion.One-sided complaints (left side).

The heat of the bed aggravates many symptoms.An evening aggravation.

Amelioration by rest.

Perspiration of the uncovered parts and dryness of the covered parts.

Fistula in ano. Ranula (bluish). Frequent, small, painful bowel movements. Troublesome, slight, long-lasting cough. Loose bowels.

Bad effect of vaccination, Apis, Ant. t., Vacc., Var.
Aversion to touch or approach, Ant. c. (Thuja on account of fixed ideas).
Illusions of shape, Bapt., Petr., Stram.
Imaginary conditions (Saba., imaginary diseases).
Ozœna with thick green discharge; gleet; gonorrhœal rheumatism; orchitis; prostatitis; Puls. (the discharge of Puls. is thicker than that of Thuja). Ozæna in sycotics, K. bi.
Condylomata, balanorrhœa, greenish leucorrhœa, Nit. ac. (Nit. ac. has more aching in bones, especially when not covered with muscles).
Long filiform condylomata, Staph. (Staph., especially after Mercury, system generally depressed).
Balanorrhœa, Jacar.
Red chancroid sores, Coral.
Iritis; green discharges; rheumatism; sweating, Merc. (Merc. < warmth of bed; sweating more excessive; Thuja, sweat on uncovered parts only).
Condylomata, Sabi. (itch and burn, especially in women). Condylomata large, like cock's-comb, Euphras.
Syphilis and sycosis, fig-warts fan-shaped, much Aching, especially about joints, Cinnab. ("Cinnab. is preferable for warts on prepuce.".H. C. Allen).
Sycotic eruptions, Sars.
Ciliary neuralgia, Spi. (Spi. pains radiate downward; Thuja, upward and backward).
Nails grow soft, Fl. ac. (rapidly).
Diarrhœa, &c., after vaccination, Sil.
Affections of tea-drinkers, Sep.
Urinary affections, Canth.
Effects of fat food, Ipec., Carb. v., Puls.
Fissure about anus, Nit. to. Graph.
Dry, whitish scales on skin, Ars., Calc., Dulc., Lyc., Sep., Sil.
Vaginismus, extreme sensitiveness, Sil.
Hissing or singing of kettle in right ear, Lyc.
Violent movements of fœtus, Op., Croc., Sil., Sul. Sense of levitation, Calc., Can. i., Con., Gels., Sil., Sti. p., Tic douloureux, Spi., Coccin. Phimosis, Cann. s., Merc., Sul., Nit. ac., Sep., Rhus, Sabi.
Left ovarian pains, Colo., Bry., Phos.
Yellow-staining leucorrhœa, Agn. c., Carb. a., Chel., Kre., Nit. ac., Nux, Pru. s., Sep.
Tongue: Ulcer on right border, Sil. (on left, Apis); semilateral swelling of, Calc., Sil., Lauro. (Lauro, left half with loss of speech), Semp. t.
Piles < sitting, Lyc. Ph. ac. (> Ign.).

Vertigo when closing eyes, Lach., Ther.
Headache as if a nail being driven in, Coff., Ign.
Headache from tea, Sel.
Teeth decay at roots, Mez. (on edges, Staph.).
Teeth crumble, turn yellow, Syph.
Ranula, varicose veins on tongue, Amb.
"On blowing nose, a pressing pain in the hollow tooth or at the side of it" (Culex, vertigo every time he blows his nose).
Abdomen protrudes here and there as from the arm of a fœtus, Croc., Nux m., Sul.
Left ovarian pain when walking or riding, must sit or lie down. Croc., Ust. (Thuja, < at each menstrual nisus).
Stool recedes after being partly expelled, Sanic., Sel.
Early-morning diarrhœa expelled forcibly with much flatus, Alo.
Coition prevented by extreme sensitiveness of vagina, Plat. (by dryness, Lyc., Hdfb., Na. m.).
Large, seedy, pedunculated warts, Staph.
Feeling as if flesh beaten off bones, Phyt. (scraped off, Rhus).
Severe cutting at close of urination, Sars.
Sweat: all over except head (opp. Sel.); when he sleeps, stops when he wakes (opp. Samb.).
Nails deformed, brittle, Ant. c. 
> Bending head back, Seneg. (Thuja, headache; Seneg., eye symptoms > bending head back and closing eyes; Thuja has < closing eyes).
Fluids roll audibly into stomach, Cup.
Enuresis when coughing, Caust.
Desires cold things, Pho.
Swelling and sensitiveness of breasts at menstrual period, Con. Calc.
< Walking, Æsc. h.
Discoloured skin, Adren.
Cracking in cervical vertebræ (K. iod., grating).
Cretinism, Bac., Thyr.

Twitching, especially in the upper part of the body. Stinging in the limbs and joints. The limbs go to sleep. Aversion to motion. One-sided complaints (left side).
The heat of the bed aggravates many symptoms. An evening aggravation. Amelioration by rest. Moistening and suppurating sycotic excrescences. Perspiration of the uncovered parts and dryness of the covered parts. Fistula in ano benefitted. Useful in removing many of the symptoms of gonorrhoea (inferior to medorrhinum).
Painful swelling and redness of the points of the fingers. Ranula (bluish). Of great usefulness in the cure of warts in any part of the body. Curative in frequent, small, painful bowel movements. Long lasting gleet after gonorrhoea (but inferior to medorrhinum). Troublesome, slight, long-lasting cough. Loose bowels.

Thuja is useful in: Abdomen, distended. Abortion. Angina pectoris. Anus, fistula in; fissure of. Asthma. Balanitis. Cancer. Catalepsy. Chorea. Clavus. Condylomata. Constipation. Convulsions. Coxalgia. Diarrhœa. Disparunia. Dysmenorrhœa. Ear, polypus of. Enuresis. Epilepsy. Epulis. Eyes, tumours of; granular inflammation of. Fatty tumours. Feet, fetid. Flatus, incarcerated. Frontal sinuses, catarrh of. Ganglion. Gleet. Gonorrhœa. Hæmorrhage. Hæmorrhoids. Hair, affections of. Headache. Hernia. Herpes zoster. Ichthyosis. Intussusception. Jaws, growth on. Joints, cracking in. Levitation. Morvan's disease. Mucous patches. Muscæ volitantes. Myopia. Nævus. Neck, cracking in. Onanism. Ovary, left, pain in. Ozæna. Neuralgia. Nose, chronic catarrh of; polypus of. Paralysis. Pemphigus. Polypus. Post-nasal catarrh. Pregnancy, imaginary. Prostate, disease of. Ptosis. Ranula. Rheumatism, gonorrhœal. Rickets. Sciatica. Seminal emissions, nocturnal. Sycosis. Syphilis. Tea, effects of. Teeth, caries of. Tongue, ulcers of; biting of. Toothache. Tumours. Vaccination. Vaccinosis. Vaginismus. Warts. Whooping-cough.


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