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Homeopathic Materia Medica by Farrington



JUGLANDACEAE

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All the Juglandaceae seem to produce a condition of the blood in which that fluid becomes dark and pitch-like in color. They all cause haemorrhages.

JUGLANS REGIA, or the walnut, is useful for menses coming too soon, and composed of nothing but black coagula.

They all cause cutaneous eruptions. The most important here is the JUGLANS CINEREA, sometimes called the JUGLANS CATHARTICA.

This JUGLANS CINEREA is one of the best remedies in occipital headache. The pains are of a sharp, shooting character ; with this symptom, you may use the remedy in diseases of the brain or spinal cord.

Juglans cinerea also causes jaundice, just like NUX VOMICA, with stitching pains about the liver, pain under the right scapula (also CHELIDONIUM and BRYONIA), the patient wakes at three o'clock in the morning and cannot go to sleep, and often these symptoms are associated with the occipital headache just described. The stools are bilious, or yellowish-green, burning the anus, and associated with tenesmus.

In dropsy of the chest Juglans cinerea is useful when there are red spots on the skin, looking very much like flea-bites.

 

 




Homeopathic Materia Medica by Farrington



JUGLANDACEAE

( )

All the Juglandaceae seem to produce a condition of the blood in which that fluid becomes dark and pitch-like in color. They all cause haemorrhages.

JUGLANS REGIA, or the walnut, is useful for menses coming too soon, and composed of nothing but black coagula.

They all cause cutaneous eruptions. The most important here is the JUGLANS CINEREA, sometimes called the JUGLANS CATHARTICA.

This JUGLANS CINEREA is one of the best remedies in occipital headache. The pains are of a sharp, shooting character ; with this symptom, you may use the remedy in diseases of the brain or spinal cord.

Juglans cinerea also causes jaundice, just like NUX VOMICA, with stitching pains about the liver, pain under the right scapula (also CHELIDONIUM and BRYONIA), the patient wakes at three o'clock in the morning and cannot go to sleep, and often these symptoms are associated with the occipital headache just described. The stools are bilious, or yellowish-green, burning the anus, and associated with tenesmus.

In dropsy of the chest Juglans cinerea is useful when there are red spots on the skin, looking very much like flea-bites.