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Cedron


Dr. S.R. Phatak describes the clinically confirmed symptoms of the homeopathic remedy Cedron in his Concise Materia Medica, published in 1977.


Generalities

      Neuralgias occurring at EXACT PERIODICITY is the most marked feature of this remedy. It is adapted to persons of voluptuous disposition, and of an excitable nervous temperament. Antidotes the effect of snake bite and stings of insects. Complaints after coition-chorea in women; neuralgia in men. Trembling. Numbness of the whole body. Malarial affections of damp, warm, marshy countries. Convulsions during menses. Lectophobia.

Better

      Standing erect.

Worse

      Periodically; at the same hour. Open air. Lying down. Before storm. After sleep.

Head

      Orbital neuralgia. Crazy feeling from pain across forehead. Whole body feels numb, during headache. Stammers after coition. Head feels as if swollen.

Eyes

      Burn like fire. Severe pain in eyeballs, with radiating pains around the eye; scalding lachrymation. Iritis. Choroiditis. Eyes red. Pain over the eye worse coition. Objects appear red at night and yellow by day.

Extremities

      Acute sudden pain in ball of right thumb up arm to shoulder, same in right foot to knee, causing her to drop to the floor.

Fever

      Excitement before chill. Malaria.

Related

      Aranea