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Materia Medica by Allen



RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS

(ran-b)

BUTTERCUP RANUNCULACEAE

One of our most effective remedies for THE BAD EFFECTS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; spasmodic hiccough; delirium tremens.

Day blindness; mist before eyes; pressure and smarting in eyeballs (Phos.).

Muscular pains about margins of shoulder blades in women of sedentary employment, often burning in small spots (Agar., Phos.) ; from needlework, type-writing, piano playing (Act.).

Pains: STITCHES, SHARP, SHOOTING, NEURALGIC, MYALGIC OR RHEUMATIC IN WALLS OF CHEST, coming in paroxysms; excited or brought on by atmospheric changes; inflammatory; depending upon spinal irritation (Agar.).

Pleurisy or pneumonia from sudden exposure to cold, while overheated, or VICE-VERSA (Acon., Arn.).

Corns sensitive to touch, smart, burn (Salic. ac).

Intercostal rheumatism; chest sore, bruised < from touch, motion or turning the body (Bry.); in wet, stormy weather (Rhus).

Shingles: preceded or followed by intercostal neuralgia (Mez.) ; vesicles may have a bluish appearance.

 

Relations
Compare: Acon., Am., Bry., Clem., Euphorb., Mez.

Incompatible: with Sulph. and Staph.

 

Aggravation
Contact; motion: atmospheric changes, especially, wet stormy weather (Rhus).