CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS

Cactus Grandiflours
Cactus Grandiflours

NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS

CACTACEAE

RUBINI

C A3 C T S2 F3 O P2

C

  • Congestive, periodic, rt sided – headache and neuralgia; severe, throbbing, pulsating pain.

A3

  •  – As if caged whole body feels, each wire being twisted tighter and tighter.
  •   As if an iron band prevented normal motion – oppression of chest, as from a great weight.
  •   As if clasped and unclasped rapidly by an iron hand – heart feel, as if bound, “had no room to beat”

C

  • – Constriction: of throat, chest, heart, bladder, rectum, uterus, vagina; often caused or brought on by the slightest contact.

T

  • – Tight cord around lower part of chest, marking attachment of diaphragm.

S2 

  • Sanguineous congestion in person of plethoric habit; often resulting in haemorrhage; sanguineous apoplexy.
  •   – Stomach, rectum, bladder, nose, lungs – haemorrhage.

F3 

  • Fear of death; believes the disease incurable.
  •   Fever paroxysm returns at 11 a.m. and 11 p.m.
  •   Flow of menses ceases when lying down

O

  • On vertex – pressing like heavy weight –headache; climacteric headache.

P2

  • Pains everywhere; darting, springing like chain lightning, and ending with sharp, vise like grip, only to be again renewed.
  •   Palpitation: day and night ; worse when walking and lying on left side; at approach of menses.

RELATIONS – Compare: Acon., Dig., Gels., Kal., Lach., Tab.


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