German Secale Cornutum Dilution 6C, 30C, 200C, 1M, 10M
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About Secale Cornutum Homeopathy Dilution
Also known as Ergot(Claviceps Purpurea)
Anaemic condition, coldness of limbs, numbness of limbs are covered. One of the useful remedy for old people with shriveled skin-thin, scrawny old women. Best remedy for haemorrhages; continued oozing; thin, fetid, watery black blood. Helps to increase blood pressure.
Secale Cornutum Patient Profile
Mind : Anxiety all the time. Dull and sad person.
Head : Passive and congestive headache occurs, with pale face. Falling of hair. Dry and gray hair.
Eyes : Eyes sunken and surrounded by a blue margin. Pupils dilated.
Face : Pale and sunken face. Cramps in face and spread over whole body. Livid spots on face.
Mouth : Dry and cracked tongue; blood like ink exudes in tongue, coated thick; viscid, yellowish tongue. Tingling of tip of tongue. Tongue swollen, paralyzed.
Stomach : Ravenous appetite; craves acids more. Unquenchable thirst. Nausea; vomiting of blood and coffee-grounds fluid. Burning in stomach and abdomen. Eructations of bad odour.
Stool : Cholera like stools, with coldness and cramps all over body. Involuntary stools; no sensation of passing faeces, anus wide open. Olive green, thin, putrid, bloody, with icy coldness and intolerance of being covered, with great exhaustion.
Urine : Paralysis of bladder. Retention of urine with urging. Discharge of black blood from bladder. Enuresis in old people.
Female : Menstrual colic pain, with coldness and intolerance of heat over the body. Passive haemorrhages in women. Burning pains in uterus. Menses irregular, copious, dark; continuous oozing of watery blood until next period. Brownish, offensive leucorrhoea. Breasts do not fill milk properly. Dark, offensive lochia. Puerperal fever, putrid discharges, coldness, suppressed urine.
Chest : Angina pectoris. Difficult in breathing and oppression of chest, with cramp in diaphragm. Boring pain in chest. Palpitation with contracted and intermittent pulse.
Sleep : Profound and long. Sleeplessness with restlessness, fever with anxious dreams.
Back : Spinal irritation, tingling of lower extremities; can bear only slightest covering. Numbness of back.
Extremities : Hands will be dry and cold. Feets of smokers with feeling of fuzziness in fingers. Trembling of hands and feets. Numbness of extremities. Fingers and feet bluish in colour. Violent cramping pain all over. Icy coldness of extremities. Violent pain in finger-tips, tingling in toes.
Secale Cornutum as per Boericke Materia Medica:
Produces contraction of the unstriped muscular fibers; hence a constringent feeling throughout the whole body. This produces an anæmic condition, coldness, numbness, petechiæ, mortification, gangrene. A useful remedy for old people with shriveled skin-thin, scrawny old women. All the Secale conditions are better from cold; the whole body is pervaded by a sense of great heat. Hæmorrhages; continued oozing; thin, fetid, watery black blood. Debility, anxiety, emaciation, though appetite and thirst may be excessive. Facial and abdominal muscles twitch. Secale decreases the flow of pancreatic juice by raising the blood pressure (Hinsdale).
Head.--Passive, congestive pain (rises from back of head), with pale face. Head drawn back. Falling of hair; dry and gray. Nosebleed, dark, oozing.
Eyes.--Pupils dilated. Incipient cataract, senile especially in women. Eyes sunken and surrounded by a blue margin.
Face.--Pale, pinched, sunken. Cramps commence in face and spread over whole body. Livid spots on face. Spasmodic distortion.
Mouth.--Tongue dry, cracked; blood like ink exudes, coated thick; viscid, yellowish, cold livid. Tingling of tip of tongue, which is stiff. Tongue swollen, paralyzed.
Stomach.--Unnatural ravenous appetite; craves acids. Thirst unquenchable. Singultus, nausea; vomiting of blood and coffee-grounds fluid. Burning in stomach and abdomen; tympanites. Eructations of bad odor.
Stool.--Cholera-like stools, with coldness and cramps. Olivegreen, thin, putrid, bloody, with icy coldness and intolerance of being covered, with great exhaustion. Involuntary stools; no sensation of passing feces, anus wide open.
Urine.--Paralysis of bladder. Retention, with unsuccessful urging. Discharge of black blood from bladder. Enuresis in old people.
Female.--Menstrual colic, with coldness and intolerance of heat. Passive hæmorrhages in feeble, cachectic women. Burning pains in uterus. Brownish, offensive leucorrhœa. Menses irregular, copious, dark; continuous oozing of watery blood until next period. Threatened abortion about the third month (Sab). During labor no expulsive action, though everything is relaxed. After-pains. Suppression of milk; breasts do not fill properly. Dark, offensive lochia. Puerperal fever, putrid discharges, tympanitis, coldness, suppressed urine.
Chest.--Angina pectoris. Dyspnœa and oppression, with cramp in diaphragm. Boring pain in chest. Præcordial tenderness. Palpitation, with contracted and intermittent pulse.
Sleep.--Profound and long. Insomnia with restlessness, fever, anxious dreams. Insomnia of drug and liquor habitudes.
Back.--Spinal irritation, tingling of lower extremities; can bear only slightest covering. Locomotor ataxia. Formication and numbness. Myelitis.
Extremities.--Cold, dry hands and feet of excessive smokers with feeling of fuzziness in fingers. Trembling, staggering gait. Formication, pain and spasmodic movements. Numbness. Fingers and feet bluish, shriveled, spread apart or bent backwards, numb. Violent cramps. Icy coldness of extremities. Violent pain in finger-tips, tingling in toes.
Skin.--Shriveled, numb; mottled dusky-blue tinge. Scleræma and œdema neonatorum. Raynaud's disease. Blue color. Dry gangrene, developing slowly. Varicose ulcers. Burning sensation; better by cold; wants parts uncovered, though cold to touch. Formication; petechiæ. Slight wounds continue to bleed. Livid spots. Boils, small, painful, with green contents; mature slowly. Skin feels cold to touch, yet covering is not tolerated. Great aversion to heat. Formication under skin.
Fever.--Coldness; cold, dry skin; cold, clammy sweat; excessive thirst. Sense of internal heat.
Modalities.--Worse, heat, warm covering. Better, cold, uncovering, rubbing, stretching out limbs.
Relationship.--Compare: Ergotin (Beginning arteriosclerosis progressing rather rapidly. Increased blood pressure: 2x trit. Œdema, gangrene and purpura hæmorrhagia: when Secale, though indicated, fails); Pedicularis Canadensis (Symptoms of locomotor ataxia; spinal irritation); Brassica napus-Rape-seed--(dropsical swellings, scorbutic mouth, voracious appetite, tympanitis, dropping of nails, gangrene); Cinnamon; Colch; Ars; Aurum mur. 2x (locomotor ataxia); Agrostema-Corn-cockle-active constituent is Saponin, which causes violent sneezing and sharp burning taste; burning in stomach, extends to œsophagus, neck and breast; (vertigo, headache, difficult locomotion, burning sensation); Ustilago; Carbo; Pituitrin (dilated os, little pain, no progress. Dose, 1/2 c, repeat in half hour, if necessary. Hypodermically contra-indicated in first stage of labor, valvular lesions or deformed pelvis).
Antidotes: Camph; Opium.
Dose.--First to thirtieth potency. Non-homeopathic use. In hæmorrhages of the puerperium, after the uterus in entirely emptied, when it fails to contract satisfactorily and in secondary puerperal hæmorrhage the result of incomplete involution of the uterus, give one-half to one dram of the fluid extract. Remember Pagot's law. "As long as the uterus contains, anything, be it child, placenta, membranes, clots, never administer Ergot".