Symptoms and hints related to General Sensibility from the Hahnemann’s therapeutic hints by R.E. Dudgeon, originally published in 1894….


Over-excitability of nerves -STN.

Weakness of nerves-SIL, Over-sensitiveness to pain-CHA., CHI.


– of senses-CUP.

Sensitiveness to cold-ANT., CAL., CAU.

– – – and draught-ANA.

– – -air-CB-A., SEP.

– to air and wind-SUL.

Cannot bear to be touched-ANT.

Nervous sufferings from excessive delicacy and sensitiveness of senses -CUP.

Dulness of senses-CAP., MAN.

Irritability, defective-ANA.

Insensibility-CAM., ZIN.

– of arms and legs-LYC.




Uncertainty in walking (child)-CAU.

Fall, apt to (child)-CAU.

Falling to ground, sudden, when standing or walking-MAG.

Trembling-ARS., CB-V., IGN.


Tremors, after injuries-ARN.

Tremor of nerves, n.-NA-M.

Twitchings-IGN., SUL.

Jerking and twitching-BAR., LYC.

– – – of single limbs or whole body, asleep or awake-LYC.

-in sleep, n-SIL.

Chorea-CUP., STR.

Spasmodic affections-DUL.

Spasms, hypochondriacal-STN.

-tonic, of hypochondriacal-MSC.

Hysterical fits-CON., STN.

Convulsions-IGN., VER.

-of children-LAU., MSC.

-with delirium-DUL.

-with tremor-AGA., CAM.

Convulsions, in measles and small-pox-tea -resembling epilepsy-HYO.

Epilepsy-BEL., CAM., CON., CUP., MAG., NX-V., SIL., STN.

– nocturnal, at full moon, with screaming-CAL.

– caused; by mortification-IGN.

Tetanus-IPE., LAU., MSC., VER.



Pulsation in whole body-PHO.



Dislike to walking-AM.C.

Long of learning to walk-SIL.

Difficulty of movement and laziness-SEP.


Laxity of whole body-NA-C. SEP.

Easily tired by walking-SEP.

Weariness-CON., CUP.

– in bed, m-CON.

-on waking-LYC.

– great, from moderate walking in open air-CAL.

-after walking -PH-X.

-from talking-SUL.

Fatigue from long walk -CAU.

Exhaustion-CAL., LYC., NA-M.

– so as to fall after walking a little-NA-C.

-attacks of -SEP.

Exhaustion from over-exertion-TEA.

– from excessive sexual indulgence-AGA.


Loss of strength-SEP.

Weakness-ARN., ARS.,BAR., CAL., CHI., NA-C., NI-X., SIL.

-trembling-ANA., CAU. HEP., (after smoking), K-CA., NIX., SEP.

-morning-CAL., NI-X.

-after a short walk-CAL.

-on waking-SEP.

– internal-LYC.

– as if coming from stomach-MG-M.

-long continued, and heaviness of feet-NI-X.

– from loss of saliva-CHI.

– – from excessive purging-CHI.

-from loss of semen-CHI.

-from loss of milk-CHI.

-from loss of blood-CHI.

-from loss of humours-CHI.

-after acute fevers-CHI.

-from profuse sweating-CHI.

-from profuse suppuration-CHI -after childbed-K-CA.

Fainting and spasma-SUL.

– fits hysterical-NX-M.

-when lying on side-SIL.

Throbbing here and there-CB.V.

Pains, nocturnal-CON., NA-M. Pains, nocturnal, from mercury-DUL.

-after tooth extraction -ARN.

-aggravated or induced by touching-CHI.

-after dislocations and fractures-ARN.

-burning in various parts-SEP.

-as if broken on the wheel SIL.

– shooting-SUL.

-shooting here and there -CON.

-shooting, worse when at rest-RHS.

-spasmodic with great sadness-COC.

-cause anxiety, trembling and sweat-NA-C.

– in old scars and wounds at change of weather -NI-X.

-aggravated by movement-BRY.

– – by rest-RHS.

– ameliorated by movement-RHS.

– – by rest-BRY.

Sufferings from talking too much-NA-M.

– from prolonged mental labour-NX-V.

-from joyful emotion-COF.

-from vexation-NA-M., SEP., – emotional from excessive pain-CHA.

– from excesses in alcohol NX-V.

-from yesterday’s wine intoxication-CB-V.

-from a sedentary life-NX-V.

Over -exertion, sufferings from-RHS.

Over-lift, tendency to-K-CA., LYC., NA-C., NA-M., PHO., SEP.

Over-lifting, sufferings from -ARN., RHS., SUL.

-apt to be hurt by-CB-A., LYC.

– pain in left hypogastrium, from -CB-V.

Arsenic, sufferings from abuse of -IPE.

Cinchona-bark, bad effects of misuse of-CB-V.

Cinchona a -cachexy-ARN., BEL., IPE.

Coffee, suffering from -CHA., NX-V.

Iron, sufferings from abuse of-HEP., PUL. Lead -disease-MER.

Mercury, sufferings from misuse of -ACO., AUR., CAM., CHI., CLE., HEP., NI-X., OPI., SUL.

-limb pains caused by abuse of -GUI.

Narcotics, bad effects of-CHA.

Opium, bad effects of-COL.

Salt, sufferings from excess in-AETH., NITR.

Stramonium, stupefaction caused by -TAB.

Veratrum, poisoning by-COF.

Cold, slight, causes frost-bites, inflammation itching of limbs- NI-X.

Cold air, aversion to-NA-C., PET.

Catches cold easily-ANA., BAR., CAL., CB-V., GRP., K-CA., LYC., MG-M., NA-C., NA-M. SEP.

– – – and therefrom pinching and cutting in abdomen-NI-X.

– – from exposing feet-SIL.

A chill, causing diarrhoea-DUL.

– with symptoms of suffocation -IPE.

A chill, followed by fever-ACO.

-causing pains-COF.

– followed by pains and lachrymose humour-COF.

-suffering caused by-DUL., NX-V.

Wet weather, sensitiveness-MU-X.

Contusions, sufferings from -ARN., RHS.

Effects of falls, blows contusions, sprains, lacerations -ARN.

Bruises, and wounds with blunt instrument-ARN., Sprains -ARN., RHS.

-tendency to -NA-C., NA-M., SIL.

Bullet wounds-ARN.

Haemorrhage-IPE., MIL.

-from all orifices of body-Ipecac

Inflammation, acute local -ACO., BEL.

Chronio disease with predominance of coldness and deficiency of animal heat-LED.

Rheumatism, chronic-DUL.

Nodes, gouty-AUR.


Angina pectoris-ARS.

Apoplexy-CRO., NX-V.


Apparent death by drowning, suffocation or freezing-COF.

Cancer-ARS., CON.

Cholera, commencement of -CAM.

– second stage-CUP., VER.

-typhoid state-BRY.

-prophylactic-CAM., CUP.

Diabetes-ARG., TRX.

Dropsy-CCH., DIG., EUG., HEL., SAM., SOL., TER.

-with deficient urinary secretion-DIG.

-acute, with suppression of urine-SQU.

Dropsy with remitting fever-HEL.

-anasarca and ascites-KA-C.


Gangrene, moist-CHI.

Hydrophobia-BEL., HYO., LAU., STR., VER.

Hysteria-ACO., CHA., CON., HYO., NX-V.

Influenza-ACO., CAM., NX-V.

Jaundice-CHI., TAX.

Paralytic affections-DUL.

Paralysis, painless-OLN.


Tumours, fungous-CLM.

R.E. Dudgeon
Robert Ellis Dudgeon 1820 – 1904 Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 1839, Robert Ellis Dudgeon studied in Paris and Vienna before graduating as a doctor. Robert Ellis Dudgeon then became the editor of the British Journal of Homeopathy and he held this post for forty years.
Robert Ellis Dudgeon practiced at the London Homeopathic Hospital and specialised in Optics.
Robert Ellis Dudgeon wrote Pathogenetic Cyclopaedia 1839, Cure of Pannus by Innoculation, London and Edinburgh Journal of Medical Science 1844, Hahnemann’s Organon, 1849, Lectures on the Theory & Practice of Homeopathy, 1853, Homeopathic Treatment and Prevention of Asiatic Cholera 1847, Hahnemann’s Therapeutic Hints 1847, On Subaqueous Vision, Philosophical Magazine, 1871, The Influence of Homeopathy on General Medical Practice Since the Death of Hahnemann 1874, Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica, 2 vols 1878-81, The Human Eye Its Optical Construction, 1878, Hahnemann’s Materia Medica Pura, 1880, The Sphygmograph, 1882, Materia Medica: Physiological and Applied 1884, Hahnemann the Founder of Scientific Therapeutics 1882, Hahnemann’s Organon 1893 5th Edition, Prolongation of Life 1900, Hahnemann’s Lesser Writing.