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About Menyanthes Trifoliata Dilution
Also known as a Buck bean(Menyanthes), Trfolium Fibrinum, Mephitis Mephitica
Buck-bean(MENYANTHES)A remedy for certain headaches, intermittent fever. Coldness of abdomen. Twitchings. Sensation of tension and compression. Fidgets and urinary difficulties in women. Diabetes.Head-Pressing in vertex; better, hard pressure with hand.
It has been considered curative for certain headaches, chilliness in the abdomen, malarial fever and muscle contractions in the body. It is also associated with urinary difficulties in women, diabetes and sensation of tension.
Trifoliata Patient Profile
Head - A remedy for pain starting in the nape and extending over the whole head, cracking of jaw, muscle contractions in the face muscles and pressure on the vertex.
Stomach - Treats the feeling of coldness extending to the oesophagus, extreme hunger, desire for meat and complete loss of thirst.
Abdomen - The treatment covers coldness and swelling in the abdomen which increases by smoking.
Extremities - It is an effective remedy for cramps, cold hands and feet and jerking and contractions in the legs.
Fever - As reported, it is indicated in coldness which mostly dominates the abdomen and the legs and tips of the nose.
Menyanthes Trifoliata as per Boeric Materia Medica
A remedy for certain headaches, intermittent fever. Coldness of abdomen. Twitchings. Sensation of tension and compression. Fidgets and urinary difficulties in women. Diabetes.
Head.--Pressing in vertex; better, hard pressure with hand. Pressing-together pain. Weight pressing on brain with every step on ascending. Pain from nape over whole brain; better, stooping, sitting; worse, going upstairs. Cracking in jaw and twitching of facial muscles.
Stomach.--No thirst at any time. Revenous hunger; passing away after eating a little. Desire for meat. Sensation of coldness extending up to śsophagus.
Abdomen.--Distended and full; increased by smoking tobacco. Coldness of abdomen.
Extremities.--Icy coldness of hands and feet. Cramp-like pain. As soon as patient lies down, legs jerk and twitch.
Fever.--Coldness predominates; felt most acutely in abdomen and legs and tip of nose.
Modalities.--Worse, during rest, ascending better, pressure on affected part, stooping, motion.
Relationship.--Compare: Caps; Puls; Calc; Phos ac; Sang.
Dose.--Third to thirtieth potency.