The word chamomile comes from Greek (chamaimlon), “earth-apple”, from (chamai), “on the ground” “apple”, so called because of the applelike scent of the plant.
incarnate is useful in nervous sleeplessness, clean tongue seems to be an indication, also useful in convulsions and tetanus.
:Children awake in the night and are lively and full of play; this indicates impending cerebral trouble.
Sleepy (Bell) but cannot sleep, is sleepless and restless at night, especially the fore part. Patient is over sensitive to pain. Great irritability pains ameliorated by heat, drive him out of bed at night, cannot keep still, with twitching of the limbs. Burning soles puts the feet out of bed (Sul), to cool them off. Cramps in the legs and calves. Cough during sleep. Cough better when getting warm in bed. Whooping cough wants to be carried, gags, vomits is very irritable and capricious in all of its wants, coughs during sleep. Worse from 9 o'clock to midnight, better after midnight. Coughing spells from anger. During sleep at night baby coughs in its sleep is feverish has taken cold; one side of the face is flushed.
Pulsatilla is mild and gentle; Chamomilla is snappish and irritable, both sensitive to pain (Chamomilla more sensitive).
Stool is grass green, or yellow and white, intermingled with grass green mucus felt hot while it passed, smells like sulphuretted hydrogen.
Colic abdomen distended like a drum; ameliorated by warm applications.
Fetid smell from mouth.
Better when carried (colic, bowel troubles, earache, fevers, cold and teething trouble).
Children if healthy (dentition should never be a diseased state, it should always be normal) they would cut teeth without sufferings but in slow teething there is irritable state, over sensitiveness, child can not sleep; wakes up in excitement as if had awful dreams, vomits, has diarrhea with teething.
Children's (impatient and restless; wants to carried about and petted; wants and cries for things and when it gets them it throws them away; children that are especially sensitive to pain, snappish, short and cannot be civil, consequences of anger; start during sleep, the muscles of the hands and face twitch, there may be colic, and the face is red, especially one cheek) colds with stuffed up nostrils (Nux vomica, Sambucus and Sticta.).
The nose is stopped up yet runs a watery mucus; sneezing and inability to sleep; a dry, teasing cough, keeping the child awake, or else a rattling cough, as if the bronchi were full of mucus.
Cross and irritable (Staphisagria and Bryonia) mental state, intolerance of pain, etc. < by warmth, in the evening and at night.
Stools of yellowish green, slimy mucus, looking like chopped eggs and spinach, of foul rotten-egg odor, occurring in teething children, or after taking cold, accompanied by colic; the anus is sore, caused by the hot stools.
Aversion to coffee, warm drinks, to soups and liquid foods (Chamomilla is antidote to coffee).
During labor when the pains begin in the back and pass off down the inner side of the thighs; the patient is intolerant of the pain, makes a great fuss, is impatient and spiteful, the os being rigid. Suppression of milk due to a fit of anger.
Want of appetite, great thirst for cold water and desires acid drinks. Inflammation of tonsils sore throat.
Toothache ameliorated from cold things; worse before midnight. Toothache when coming into a warm room; better in the cold air; absent in the daytime but at night, starts when the patient gets into the warm bed. Hot face redness of one side; anything warm taken into the mouth brings on aching in the teeth aggravated in a warm room or getting warm in bed, anything that heats up the body will aggravate this toothache; ameliorated by holding cold drinks in the mouth. Sweat only about the head, the hairy scalp; face sweats after eating or drinking; face red on one side. Pain concerning outer nerves in the face ameliorated by heat; but toothache ameliorated by cold. Heat of the face, while the rest of the body is cold.
Fluent coryza (viscid, acrid) with loss of smell lasting till the cold lasts (face hot on one side, and pains in the head and jaws).
Ears sensitive to air; other parts of the face and head are not sensitive to air; pain in the ears better by heat. Worse when thinking about pain / suffering. Pain in the head when attention directed to it, better by busying the mind or by occupation, doing something, thinking of something else; pains inside of the mouth better by cold but ear pain and pains in sides of the head are ameliorated by heat. Sensitive to cold feels chilly - better from heat.
The pains in general are better by heat, patient himself is better by heat; pains worse by heat are of the teeth. Rheumatic pains (drive the patient out of bed and compel him to walk about; the pain almost drives him crazy) relieved by moving about (Rhus toxicodendron, Ferrum metallicum and Veratrum album - lack the feverishness, excitement and irritability of Chamomilla.).



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