For persons with haemorrhoidal tendencies, and who suffer with gastric, bilious or catarrhal troubles. Fullness in various parts, as from undue amount of blood; heart, lungs, stomach, brain, pelvis, skin.
Horse Chestnut. Sapindacae.
For persons with haemorrhoidal tendencies, and who suffer with gastric, bilious or catarrhal troubles.
Fullness in various parts, as from undue amount of blood; heart, lungs, stomach, brain, pelvis, skin.
Venous congestion, especially portal and haemorrhoidal.
Despondent, gloomy; very irritable; looses temper easily and gains control slowly; miserably cross ( Cham. ).
Mucous membranes of mouth, throat, rectum are swollen, burn, feel dry and raw.
Coryza; thin, watery, burning: rawness and sensitive to inhaled cold air.
Follicular pharyngitis; violent burning, raw sensation in throat; dryness and roughness of throat.
Frequent inclination to swallow, with burning, pricking, stinging and dry constricted fauces ( Apis , Bell. ).
Rectum: dryness and heat of; feets as if full of small sticks; knife-like pains shoot up the rectum ( Ign. , Sulph. ); haemorrhoids blind, painful, burning purplish; rarely bleeding.
Rectum sore, with fullness, burning and itching ( Sulph. ).
Constipation: hard, dry stool, difficult to pass; with dryness and heat of rectum; severe lumbo-sacral backache.
Stool followed by fullness of rectum and intense pain in anus for hours ( Aloe , Ign. , Mur. ac. , Sulph. ).
Prolapsus uteri and acrid, dark leucorrhoea, with lumbo-sacral backache and great fatigue, from walking.
Severe dull backache in lumbo-sacral articulation; more or less constant; affecting sacrum and hips.
Back “gives out” during pregnancy, prolapsus, leucorrhoea; when walking or stooping; must sit or lie down.
Sensation of heaviness and lameness in back.
Paralytic feeling in arms, legs and spine.
Relationship. Similar: to, Aloe , Coll. , Ign. , Mur. ac. , Nux , Sulph. , in haemorrhoids.
After Coll. had improved piles, Aesc often cures.
Useful after Nux and Sulph. has improved, but failed to cure piles.
Aggravation. Motion; backache and soreness, by walking and stooping; inhaling cold air.