Nux Vomica

Nux Vomica homeopathy remedy keynote symptoms from the book 700 Red Line Symptoms by J.W. Hutchinson. Find out the keynote symptoms of homeopathy medicine Nux Vomica…

529. Careful, zealous persons, inclined to get excited and angry, or of a spiteful, malicious disposition.

530. Hypochondriac mood, worse after eating, especially in those of sedentary habits or in those who dissipate, with abdominal sufferings constipation on and hemorrhoids.

531. Coryza; fluent during the day, and stooped up at night.

532. Constipation, wit frequent and ineffectual desire for stool and sensation of constriction of rectum.

533. After stool, sensation as if more remained but could not be evacuated.

534. Menses a few days before the time, and rather too copious, or keeping on for several days longer, with complaints at the onset and remaining after.

535. Dry, fatiguing cough in the evening after lying down, or very early in the morning, also with roughness, rawness, and scraping in the chest.

536. Awakes at 3 a.m., lies awake for hours with a rush of thoughts falls into a dreamy sleep at day-break from which he is hard to arouse, and then tired and weak and averse to rising.

537. Sleepy in the early evening and sleepless at night.

538. Ailments from continued mental labours.

539. After aromatics in food, or as medicine, especially ginger, pepper, etc., and after most kind of so-called hot medicines

540. Feels worse in the morning soon after working, and worse after mental exertion and after eating.

J.W. Hutchinson
JOHN WESLEY HUTCHINSON, West Saginaw, Michigan, was born in Hibbert township, Perth county, Ontario, Canada, November 15, 1869, son of John and Matilda (Nesbitt) Hutchinson. He attended the district schools in his native county, and pursued a business course at
the People’s Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and a literary course under private tutors.
After reading medicine with Dr. Enos E. Kinsman of Saginaw, Michigan, he attended the Chicago Homoeopathic Medical College, from which he was graduated in 1897, and after receiving his degree he practiced in West Saginaw. He did post-graduate work in the Chicago Homeopathic Medical College.
He was a member and vice-president of the Saginaw Valley Homoeopathic Society, a member of the Homoeopathic Medical Society of the State of Michigan, the American Institute of Homoeopathy.