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Materia Medica by Allen



AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM

(aesc)

HORSE CHESTNU SAPINDACECEAE

For persons with haemorrhoidal tendencies, and who suffer with gastric, bilious or catarrhal troubles.

FULLNESS IN VARIOUS PARTS, as from an undue amount of blood; heart, lungs, stomach, brain, pelvis, skin.

Venous congestion, especially portal and haemorrhoidal.

Despondent, gloomy; very irritable; loses temper easily and gains control slowly; MISERABLY CROSS (Cham.).

Mucous membranes of mouth, throat, rectum are swollen, burn, feel dry and raw.

Coryza: thin, watery, burning; rawness and sensitive to inhaled cold air.

Follicular pharyngitis: violent burning, raw sensation in throat; dryness and roughness of throat.

Frequent inclination to swallow, with burning, pricking, stinging and dry constricted fauces (Apis, Bell.).

Rectum: DRYNESS AND HEAT OF; feels as if FULL OF SMALL STICKS; knife-like pains shoot up the rectum (Ign., Sulph.) ; haemorrhoids blind, painful, burning, purplish, rarely bleeding.

Rectum sore, with fulness, burning and itching (Sulph.).

Constipation: hard, dry stool, difficult to pass; with dryness and heat of rectum; SEVERE LUMBOSACRAL BACKACHE.

Stool followed by FULNESS OF RECTUM and INTENSE PAIN IN ANUS for hours (Aloe, Ign., Mur. ac, Sulph.).

Prolapsus uteri and acrid, dark leucorrhoea, with lumbo-sacral backache and great fatigue, from walking.

Severe dull backache in lumbo-sacral articulation ; more or less constant; affecting sacrum and hips.

BACK "GIVES OUT": during pregnancy, prolapsus, leucorrhoea; when walking or stooping; must sit or lie down.

Sensation of heaviness and lameness in back.

Paralytic feeling in arms, legs and spine.

 

Relation
Similar: to, Aloe, Coll., Ign., Mur. ac, Nux, Sulph., in haemorrhoids.

After Coll. has improved piles, Aesc. often cures.

Useful after Nux and Sulph. have improved, but failed to cure piles.

 

Aggravation
Motion; backache and soreness, by walking and stooping; inhaling cold air.