Cholera & Cholerine

Chininum-sulph [Chin-s]

Heaviness in head as from a cold; nausea and loathing of food; pressure in pit of stomach up into throat, (<) after drinking water; pains in bowels, especially after eating; heaviness and aching in all limbs and especially in joints; great sensitiveness to external influences; chilliness, especially in back, alternating with flushes of heat. During premonitory symptoms in connection with ozonized water.

Cicuta [Cic]

LOUD-SOUNDING, DANGEROUS HICCOUGH; little diarrhoea, but the vomiting alternates with violent TONIC SPASMS OF THE CHEST; sopor; convulsions; starting or upturned eyes; heavy breathing; congestion of blood to the head or chest; vomiting or diarrhoea nearly ceased.

Coffea [Coff]

Cases caused by fear, excitement, unexpected news; extreme nervousness and sleeplessness.

Colchicum [Colch]

Vomiting and purging of rice-water stools; with thirst; aversion to food, loathing the sight and still more the smell of it; only perfect quiet, without the least movement, prevents vomiting; burning or icy coldness in stomach and abdomen; constant vomiting and passages of green matter, with cutting pain about navel, each successive stool becoming more watery; lassitude, with anxious expression of face; sudden loss of all power.

Colocynthis [Coloc]

Vomiting, first of the ingesta, afterwards of green substances, with violent colic; retention of urine; cramps in the calves; frequent watery diarrhoea which with every new stool becomes more colorless and watery.

Croton-tigl [Croto-t]

After violent nausea, violent vomiting of ingesta; sudden attacks of vomiting, yellowish-white frothy fluid with the most violent efforts of the stomach; anguish, oppression and pressure in stomach; nausea and much water in the mouth; burning in stomach; many liquid stools, with tenesmus; no colic, or nausea and colic; yellow-colored water running out like a short; violent purging, with a disagreeable sensation through the whole body and nauseous taste; sweat during stool; weakness, fainting spells.

Cuprum [Cupr]

SPASMODIC VARIETY. Spasms first in lower limbs, then in the upper ones, then in the muscle of the abdomen and chest; orthopnoea, cannot bear even a cloth approached to his face, it takes away the breath; threatening suffocative syncope, invading diaphragm and muscles of heart; drink descends with gurgling noise; DESIRE FOR WARM FOOD AND DRINK rather then cold; violent cramping in stomach, horrid colic, with nausea and than cold; violent cramping in stomach, horrid colic, with nausea and vomiting; drinking sips of cold water prevents vomiting; vomiting water after slight nausea, with tears in eyes; SPASMS IN THROAT PREVENT SPEECH; cholera collapse, with coldness, blue surface, deathly nausea, suffocation, epigastric distress and cramps; uraemic eclampsia in cholera, with loquacious delirium and asthma, followed by apathy, cold tongue and breath and deathlike prostration.

Cuprum-ammon-sulph [Cupr-am-s]

Excessive thirst, constant vomiting of large quantities of fluids, which pour away, as it were; cramps in calves of legs, restlessness, tossing about and constant uneasiness; changed features full of anguish.

Cuprum-ars [Cupr-ar]

Choleraic discharges with severe and painful cramps in abdomen and extremities; cramps in fingers and toes; singultus; intense coldness of body; blueness of skin; epigastric distress with most INTENSE DYSPNOEA.

Elaterium [Elat]

Profuse watery diarrhoea, without vomiting; stools frequent, frothy, watery, and of a pea-green color; cutting-griping pains in the bowels; chilliness, with continued yawning; difficult; breathing; suppression of urine; the whole attack followed by great prostration.

Euphorbia-corollata [Euph-c]

Violent vomiting of large quantities of water mixed with mucus; then clear fluid like rice-water and purging of watery light- yellow, liquid, with WARM SWEAT on forehead and face; the ejections are thrown out with much force; cramps in calves and coldness of body; death-like sense of faintness and exhaustion; PATIENT WANTS TO DIE.

Gratiola [Grat]

Cholera resulting from drinking excessive quantities of water of moderate coolness; yellow-green, frothy, stools, gushing out

forcibly, with rumbling in abdomen; COLD FEELING IN ABDOMEN; frequent spitting, with inclination to vomit; nausea not relieved by vomiting, which is very severe; cramps spread from solar plexus over whole body.

Hydrocyanic-acid [Hydr-ac]

Sudden cessation of all discharges; pulselessness; cold clammy sweat; involuntary stools; starting fixed look, with dilated pupils; breathing slow, deep, gasping, difficult and spasmodic, at long intervals; hiccough; clutches at the heart as if distressed; long-lasting faints, apparently dead.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.