Homeopathic Medicine :: Hydrastis Canadensis – Golden Seal

Indicated in affections of the mucous membrane in any part of the body, as: eyes, nose, throat, yellowish discharge; also in conditions tending toward malignancy; in stomatitis, aphthous sore mouth; gastro-duodenal catarrh; chronic constipation, in old people; in many diseases of women, with tenacious, yellow leucorrhoea, inflammation, hardening, ulceration, chiefly of the cervix, fungoid growths, prolapsus uteri; gonorrhoea. Hard, nodular tumors in the breast, with lancinating pain.

Tongue, large, slimy, showing imprint of teeth.

Great debility; gastric inertia, constipation.

Nasal catarrh, with watery, excoriating or yellowish-green, thick, offensive discharge. Dropping of mucus into the throat.

Ozaena, with ulceration of the septum.

Faintness and goneness at the stomach, with sense of weight and bitter taste in the mouth.

Constipation, with weight and goneness at the stomach, malaise, debility and heavy pain in the rectum, persisting for a long time; haemorrhoids.

Pain lancinating (breast); like a distressing weight (rectum); with much heat and itching (vagina, rectum).

Worse from exposure to cold.

(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)

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