Homeopathy treatment for Mania from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Mania…

Aconite [Acon]

Fitful mood, changing from one thing to another, now full of mirth and in a few moments disposed to weep; ecstasy, inclined to be gay, to dance and sing, loquacity, speech hurried.

Agaricus [Agar]

Fearless frenzy, with intoxication, accompanied by bold, vindictive designs; menancing, mischievous rage, directing it even against herself, with great strength; shy mania; excess of fancy, ecstasy, prophecy, makes verses; very marked choreic twitching; extraordinary heaviness and languor in the lower extremities, pain all along the spine, which in several spots is tender to touch; cyanosis breath flatus and stool foetid (sclerosis of the hemispheres of the brain).

Anacardium [Anac]

A great deal of foolish talk and foolish imaginations; loss of confidence in himself, which makes him irritable and quarrelsome; acts stupidly and childish, laughs when he ought to be serious and vice versa; sensation as if he had two opposite wills acting against each other.

Antimonium-crud [Ant-c]

Anxious reflections about himself, his present and future face, disposition to SHOOT himself in the night; continued state of exalted love and ecstatic longing for some ideal female; more in the fresh air than in the room. Satyriasis.

Baryta-carb [Bar-c]

Perfect irresoluteness; all self-confidence has disappeared; angry on account of trifles, when he may even commit crimes; sudden, excessive, but transient burst of anger.

Belladonna [Bell]

Derangement of the will faculty; amorous mania, with sexual excitement; senseless talking with staring, protruding eyes; merry craziness; gives offense without any cause; wants to touch every one and everything; foolish gesticulation; irritable, curses horribly, wants to strike and bite; wants to DROWN himself;f or that somebody else should kill him; despondency and indifference.

Bovista [Bov]

Sensation as if the head were enormously increased in size; great irritability; everything affects him unpleasantly; awkward lets everything drop, tired of life in the morning, pleasant in the evening.

Camphor [Camph]

MANIA TO DISPUTE; acts and talks too hastily; feels insulted about everything; oversensitiveness; food has a strong taste; all objects appear bright and shining; amorous desires, with weakness of the sexual organs.

Cannabis-ind [Cann-i]

Exaltation of spirits, with great gayety and disposition to laugh at the merest trifles, is full of fun and mischief; excessive loquacity; pleasant hallucination of sight and hearing; a perfect horror of darkness; constant fear to become insane.

Cantharis [Canth]

Great restless, obliging him to move constantly; uneasiness day and night, with hot head; strange ideas crowd on him against his will; noisy insolent and contradicting; unbounded frantic sexual desire.

Cicuta-vir [Cic]

Crazy delirium; funny gesticulations with redness of face and heat of body; confounds things of the present with those of the past; is afraid of society and wants to be alone. Epilepsy after concussion of brain.

Crocus [Croc]

HYSTERIA; excessive mirth and cheerfulness alternating with melancholy. childish follies; pleasant dementia with paleness and headache; immoderate laughter.

Euphorbium [Euph]

Temporary attacks of craziness, insists on saying his prayers at the tail of his horse; knows his freaks and wants to be by himself and in silence.

Hyoscyamus [Hyos]

Indomitable rage, wants to kill somebody or himself; horrid anguish; complains of being poisoned; thinks he will bit by animals and wants to drown himself;fantastic craziness; converses with people who are not present; looks at men as hogs; considers the stove a tree and wants to climb up; loves smutty talk; wants to go naked (hyperaesthesia of the skin). Erotomania; very little rush of blood to head; restless sleep; dizziness; muscular twitching dry mouth and dilated pupils; no appetite or bulimy, but eating aggravates all symptoms.

Lachesis [Lach]

Malice; thinks only of mischief; undertakes many things, persevere in morbid talkativeness in chosen language, but jumping from one subject to another; haughtiness, mistrusts those around him.

Paris-quad [Par]

Loquacious vivacity; jumping with a good deal of self- complacency, from one subject to another, merely for the sake of talking; indisposition to any mental labor.

Phosphorus [Plat]

Irritable weakness, with ecstasy; thinks his body is all in fragments and wonders how he is going to get the pieces together; imagines himself a great person; shameless sexual excitement; erotic mania, followed by apathy and coma.

Platina [Plat]

NYMPHOMANIA; hysteria, with great lowness of spirits; nervous weakness and vascular excitement; imagines that everything around her is small, and everybody around her inferior in body and mind; involuntary disposition to whistle and sing; canine hunger, and eats greedily.

Sabadilla [Sabad]

Cheerful disposition, which is not natural to him; imagines all sorts of strange things about his body; is absorbed in every the whole day; mind excited, almost strained with fanciful notions and the body cold.

Secale [Sec]

Excessive sadness, which gradually changes to imbecile cheerfulness; talks and acts foolishly; rage, followed by continuous deep sleep.

Selenium [Sel]

COMPLAINTS INCIDENT TO OLD AGE, particularly at the critical age; full of melancholy, with profuse micturition; dread of society; exhaustion even from light labor; rage and cruelty in his dreams, as if he were a hyena or a wild beast.

Stramonium [Stram]

Loquacious delirium, with strange ideas; imbecility; talks with absent persons; behave himself nasty and unclean; frightful fancies; all his features show fright and horror;religious mania, with pious looks; desire for light and company (reverse of Bell).

Tabacum [Tab]

Cheerful and merry mania; sings the whole day; talks nonsense; becomes quite stupid, loses his senses;praecordial anguish, with faintness.

Veratrum-alb [Verat]

MANIA DE GRANDEUR; alternation of laughing and moaning; attempts a great many things but accomplishes nothing; only conscious of himself as in a dream; rage, with great heat of the body; eats his own faeces. Suicidal tendency from religious despair.

Verbascum [Verb]

Excessive mirthfulness; lascivious fancies; ideas crowd upon him; indisposition to mental or bodily work; liable to neuralgia.

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.