FOOL’S PARSLEY; GARDEN HEMLOCK.
Useful in gastro-intestinal troubles, especially in gastro-intestinal troubles, especially in gastro-intestinal catarrh and convulsions of children during dentition (C.).
Dozing of Child after vomiting spells (Ant-T.), or after the stool (Nux-M). (C.).
Head feels bound up, or in a vise (Argentum nitricum) (Br.).
Regurgitation of food an hour or so after eating; copious greenish vomiting (A.).
VIOLENT VOMITING OF CURDLED MILK (Calcarea, Magnesia carb., Iris) AND CHEESY MATTER (C.)
Complete absence of thirst (Apis, Pulsatilla; reverse of Arsenicum) (A.).
CANNOT BEAR MILK IN ANY FORM (A.).
INTOLERANCE OF MILK; IT IS FORCIBLY
EJECTED ALMOST AS SOON AS SWALLOWED:
THEN WEAKNESS CAUSES DROWSINESS; IN NURSING CHILDREN (C.).
Cholera infantum: after much purging and vomiting the child becomes cold, clammy, stupid, loses consciousness. and often lies with staring eyes and dilated pupils (G.).
HUNGRY AFTER VOMITING; EATS AND VOMITS AGAIN (N.).
The buccal cavity is usually very dry (G.).
Stool: undigested or partly so (Ant-C.) green, thin, bilious, with violent tenesmus before and after stool; bright yellow, or greenish, watery, slimy stools, with crying and drawing up of the feet in infants (G.)
An expression of great anxiety and pain, with a drawn condition and well- married linea nasalia (A.).
Herpetic eruption on the tip of nose (Br.).
Deathly aspect; blue white pallor about lips (B.).
Sweat with aversion to uncovering (B.).
Vertigo, during and after rising from a seat (L.).
Idiocy in children (Bar-C.); incapacity to think; confused (A.).
Awkwardness (Apis., Bovista, Ignatia, Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum Nux vomica) (F.).
Headache: violent pain, as if the brain were dashed to pieces, with a desire to have a band fastened tightly around head (L.).
Great weakness; children cannot stand; unable to hold up the head (Abrotanum); prostration with sleepiness.
Epileptic spasms with clenched thumbs red face, eyes turned downwards, pupils fixed and dilated; foam at the mouth jaws locked; pulse small. hard and quick (A.).
BRAIN FAG (Anacardium, Kali-P) (Br.).
STUDENTS CANNOT CONCENTRATE THEIR MIND ON THEIR WORK AND PREPARE FOR AN EXAMINATION (Kali-P, Nux vomica) (Bl.).
INABILITY TO THINK OR TO FIX ATTENTION (Br.).
Profound exhaustion and lack of reaction (B.).
After eating or drinking, after vomiting; after stool, after spasm; during dentition; from milk; and during hot weather.
From covering: from tightly bandaging the head; and during rest.
Similar to: Ant-C., Arsenicum, Calcarea, Cicuta, Sanicula, Sepia, and Sulph.