Green Hellebore. Burt. Melanthaceae.
Mental confusion, loss of memory; vertigo; cerebral hyperaemia.
Insanity from cerebral congestion.
Puerperal mania; silent, suspicious; will not see her physician, he seems to terrify her; fears being poisoned; sleepless, can hardly be kept in her bedroom.
Depression of spirits.
Headache from nape of neck, with vertigo, dim vision, dilated pupils.
Congestion to head: from high living, abuse of stimulants; during dentition.
Fulness in head, throbbing arteries: increased sensitiveness to sounds : buzzing in the ears; double or partial vision. Sunstroke.
Meningitis, high fever intense congestion, later rolling of head; vomiting; or face haggard, cold, and pulse slow; breathing labored.
Severe frontal headache, with vomiting.
Dimness of vision, with dilated pupils.
Green circles around the candle, which turn to red.
Traumatic erysipelas of eyelids.
Twitching, contortion of eyes, rolling of eyeballs; paralysis of lids.
Deafness from moving quickly, with faintness.
Roaring in ears; congestion; nausea, vomiting.
Ears cold and pale.
Profuse secretion of mucus from the nose.
Cold, bluish, covered with cold sweat; nose pinched, cold, blue; paleness of the lips and around alae nasi.
Convulsive twitchings of facial muscles.
Face flushed; cerebral congestion.
Mouth drawn down at one corner.
Lips dry; mouth dry, or thick mucus in mouth.
Teeth Dentition; cerebral congestion, excited pulse; convulsions.
Tongue: yellow, with red streak down the middle; feels scalded.
Copious secretion of saliva.
Dryness and heat in throat, with severe hiccough.
Burning in fauces and oesophagus, with constant inclination to swallow.
Spasm of oesophagus, with or without rising of frothy, bloody mucus.
Sensation as of a ball rising into oesophagus.
Nausea and Vomiting
Heart-burn with bitter, sour rising.
Vomiting: long-continuing; of glairy mucus after food; of blood; of bile.
Vomiting, with inflammatory or cerebral disease.
Smallest quantity of food or drink is immediately rejected.
Sharp, flying pains n epigastrium and umbilical region passing to pubes.
Excruciating pain, covering a space the size of hand, in lower part of stomach.
Intense drawing, twisting pains in stomach, as if it was drawn tightly against spine, causing pain in dorsal region.
Pains culminate every five minutes in severe vomiting.
As if drawn in, following cramp in stomach.
Pains at right of umbilicus, passing down to groin.
Enteritis, with high fever, great vascular excitement; vomiting; dark, bloody stools.
Stools: bloody; black, in typhoid; copious, light, mornings; mushy, preceded and followed by cutting in bowels.
Hemorrhoids red and dark blue; neuralgic pains in the rectum.
Increased, pale; deposits a reddish sediment.
Specific gravity of urine diminished.
Female Sexual Organs
Menstrual colic, preceded by great congestion, and troublesome strangury; plethoric women.
Suppressed menses, with cerebral congestion; plethora.
Vomiting during pregnancy.
Puerperal convulsions, during labor, after blood letting; furious delirium; arterial excitement; cold, clammy sweat.
Labored, must sit up, cold sweat on the face; decreased from to, pneumonia.
Oppression of the chest.
Short, dry, hacking; loose, rattling; worse going from warm to cold.
Congestion of chest, with rapid respiration, nausea, vomiting; dull burning in region of heart.
Pneumonia, pulse hard, strong, quick or, engorgement of lungs, with faint feeling in stomach, nausea, slow or intermittent pulse.
In cardiac region: burning; prickling; or dull aching.
Heart’s beat: loud, strong, with arterial excitement; low and feeble; fluttering.
Faintness and blindness; when rising from lying; from sudden motions; better lying quietly.
Pulse : suddenly increases and gradually decreases below normal; slow, soft, weak; irregular, intermittent.
Aching in back of neck and shoulders.
Muscles of back contracted, drawing head backward.
Opisthotonos; arterial excitement; hands and feet cold; shocks in limbs; congestion of brain and spine, loss of consciousness.
Heat and redness down spine; back of head hot. Spotted fever.
Pain in either great trochanter when lying on it.
Lancinating pain in right hip.
Right ankle feels as if dislocated, can scarcely walk; later left.