Note: Wherever it is found, "<" denotes aggravation (worse by) and ">" denotes amelioration (better by)
||:||Is an Ophidian of the FAMILY: of Crotalidae. Its an
inhabitant of the island of Martinique.
||:||Solution of poison in glycerine, attenuation in
||:||< Right side 3
||:||1. Forgetfulness of words. While speaking, hunting
2. Mistakes makes, talking, using wrong word.
3. Desire to be silent, taciturn indisposed to talk.
||:||-Haemorrhages -Blood becomes extremely fluid and
dark, sometimes spouts out in jets.
-Haemorrhage from every orifice of the body, in broken-down haemorrhagic constitutions.
-Black spots on the skin.
-Diagonal course of symptoms (intolerable pain in right great toe, patient is bitten in left thumb).
-Great slowness and sluggishness, with lassitude.
-Septic condition with slight shivering, followed by profuse sweat and nervous trembling.
-Thrombotic phenomenon, aphasia without affection of the tongue, unable to articulate.
-Hemiplegia - paralysis of one arm, one leg only.
-Face-Besotted appearance of face.
-Day blindness, can scarcely see her way after sunrise, from hemorrhage into retina. Conjunctival haemorrhage.
-Throat-Red, dry, constricted, swallowing difficult, cannot pass liquids.
-G.I.T.-Epigastric distress, black vomiting, bloody stools.
-Respiratory system-Pulmonary congestion.
-Oppressed breathing and bloody expectoration which is profuse.
-Skin-Swollen, livid, cold with haemorrhagic infiltration.
-Malignant erysipelas, lymphatics swollen.
-Gangrene. Bones become bare from gangrene and become neurotic.
||:||1. Aphasia, unable to articulate, without affection
of the tongue.
2. Day blindness cannot see her way after sunrise.
|NUCLEUS OF REMEDY
||:||-Thrombotic phenomena, as hemiplegia aphasia;
hemorrhagic septic states.
-Haemorrhagic conditions - Blood dark and fluid.
-Right sided affections.
-Slowness, lassitude, forgetfulness.
||:||1. Hemiplegia (right) sided with aphasia without
affections of tongue.
2. Haemorrhges- dark and fluid.
||:||-Amourosis, Aphasia, Conjunctival haemorrhage,
Erysepelas (malignant), Gangrene, Haematemesis, Haemorrhages,
Hemiplegia, Septic states, Thrombosis, Trembling (nervous), Tympanitis.
||:||-Compare-Crotalus, Elaps, Lach, Naja.