Note: Wherever it is found,
"<" denotes aggravation (worse by) and ">" denotes
amelioration (better by)
Thapsus hahnemanni, Thapsiforme.
mullein is prepared by placing crushed yellow
Blossoms in a bottle which is corked and allowed to stand in the sun.
Change of temperature
< Biting hard
< With every cold
< 9a.m. to 4 p.m.
< Sitting bent
< Twice a day, at same hour
< Indoor air
< Lying down
> Rising up
> Deep inspiration
-Insanity, madness, anxiety with facial neuralgia.
-Weakness of memory during vertigo.
-Dreams of dead people.
-Excessive gaiety with laughter or morose; ill humoured.
Pains benumbing, pinching, pressing, stitching,
-Coryza with tears (Euphr).
-Catarrh with colds with periodical prosopalgia.
-NEURALGIA affecting LEFT side of face with lachrymation.
-CRAMPING, SQUEEZING, CRUSHING, PARALYSING FACEACHE in malar bones < talking, < chewing, < motion, < change of temperature.
-Pain in EAR. Deafness especially from getting water in ears. Dry, scaly condition of meatus.
-Voice HOARSE, harsh, like a trumpet.
-Deep, hollow, bellowing or TRUMPET toned cough.
-Cough in sleep, without waking, nervous. >deep breathing.
-Piles itching, inflammed, obstructing stools.
-Urine, dribbling constantly. Enuresis at night and < coughing.
-Stiffness and soreness of joints of lower extremities.
as if parts were crushed with tongs.
-Copious salt water in the mouth.
|NUCLEUS OF REMEDY
and catarrhs, spasmodic effects and
The drug has a special affinity for the inferior branch of the trigeminal nerve.
In chronic coughs, try Verbascum Q -Hom.
2. Good remedy for nocturnal enuresis - Dr. Cushing.
3. In deafness, when the patient complains of a feeling as if there is a skin covering the ear, Verbascum should be thought - Dr. Ellis Basker.
4. Acute otitis.
5. Trigeminal neuralgia.
||:||Compare: Cor-r, Dros, Mag-m, Plat, Spong, Stann, Sulph, Verat