Ambra Grisea

Ambra Grisea symptoms of the homeopathy remedy from Keynotes and Red Line Symptoms by Adolph von Lippe. What are the symptoms of Ambra Grisea? Keynote indications and uses of Ambra Grisea…




      Nervous affections of old people; nerves worn out (A.).

Especially called for young girls, who are excitable, nervous and weak (A.).

Forgetful; cannot remember the simplest fact (Anacardium, Kali -P., Lycopodium, Silicea) (F.).

Intensity shy, blushes easily (Br.).

Time passes slowly (D.).

Does everything in a hurry (Argentum nitricum). (D.).

Great sadness, sits for days weeping 9Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, Stann.). (A.).

Dwells on unpleasant things (Br.).

Is especially suitable for lean or aged persons. Asthma of children, or old people (Ant_T., Carbo vegetabilis, Lycopodium, Phosphorus, Sulphur).

Asthma worse during coition (AEth.; worse after coition-Asafoetida, Cedr., Kali bichromicum). (k.).

Many complaints appear while sleeping and disappear after rising (Lachesis).

Itching and burning in the skin.

Suppressed cutaneous eruptions (Amm-C., Arsenicum, Bryonia, Cuprum, Phosphorus, Psorinum, Silicea, Sulphur, Zincum met.)

Weakness in the morning and at night, when awakening.

Cough is followed by eructation (Ang., Sulph-Ac., Veratrum). (F.).

Whooping cough (Arnica, Belladonna, Drosera, Ipecac., Kali carb.). (A.).

Violent cough, worse from talking or reading aloud (a.).

COUGH, WORSE WHEN STRANGERS ARE PRESENT (Arsenicum, Bar-C., Phosphorus) (D.).

Spasmodic cough (Arsenicum, Belladonna, Cuprum, Drosera, Hepar, Kali-M., Lycopodium, Mercurius, Nat-S., Phosphorus, Silicea, (N.).


The present of others, even the nurse, is unbearable during stool (A.).

Nose bleed during menses (Bryonia, Nat-S., Pulsatilla, Sepia, Sulphur). (B.).

Hysteria, with fainting fits (Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, Acid phosphoricum.,, Sepia) (Bt.,

Itching, from the small of the back through the right leg, and burning, especially where the skin turns into the mucous membranes.

Ebullitions and pulsations in the whole body, after walking in the open air.

Sleeplessness, arising from worriment to mind, as from business troubles (F.).

Fetid odour from the mouth (Arnica, Bryonia, Kali-P., Nux V., Pulsatilla, Sulphur). (C.).

Spasms and twitches in the muscular parts.

Frequent ineffectual desire for stool (Anacardium, Nux vomica, Pulsatilla, Sulphur). (C.).

The urine deposits a brown sediment (C.).

Menses too early and too profuse (C.).

Falling off of the hair (Graphites, Hepar, Lycopodium, Nat_m., Phosphorus, Sepia,) (C.).

One sided complaints (perspiration, tearing numbness and sensation of coldness in the abdomen.).

Tearing in the muscles of the joints, often one-sided.

Defective reaction, from nervous weakness (Amm-C.,) Arsenicum, Bromium, Calcarea, Caps., Conium, Gelsemium, Helleborus, Hydr-Ac., Laur., Medorrhinum, Olnd., Opium, Acid phosphoricum., Psorinum, Sulphur). (D.).


Bluish-white discharge from the vagina (Bl.). Itching of the pudendum, with soreness and swelling (Br.).

Nymphomania (Apis., Belladonna, Hyoscyamus, Lachesis, Orig., Platina, Stramonium) (Bl.).

Copious nose-bleeding, early every morning (G.).

Ranula (Calcarea, Fluor-Ac., Mercurius, Thuja) (G.).

Is of service in the male, when there is voluptuous itching on the scrotum and burning in the region of the spermatic vesicles, priapism, and painful rawness between the thighs (Bl.).


      In the evening while lying in a warm place; from being in a warm room; from warm drinks; from music; on lying down; awakening; when reading or talking aloud; after walking; and from the presence of many people.


      After eating; in cold air; from cold food and drinks; on rising from bed; while lying on the painful part; and from slow motion in open air.


      Similar to Actea racemosa, Asafoetida, Coca, Ignatia, Mosch., Phosphorus, Valer., Zincum met.).

Adolph Lippe
Adolph Lippe (born near Goerlitz, Prussia, 11 May 1812; died in Philadelphia, 23 January 1888) was a homeopathic physician who worked in the United States. Adolph got a legal education at Berlin. After completing his legal studies, Lippe became interested in homeopathy, and emigrated to the United States in 1837 to further his study. In 1838, he enrolled in the North American Academy of Homeopathy at Allentown, Pennsylvania, from where he graduated in 1841. He settled in Philadelphia, where from 1863 until 1868 he was professor of materia medica in the Homeopathic College of Pennsylvania. Besides some essays and treatises from the French, German, and Italian which became standards, Lippe was the author of:
Comparative Materia Medica (Philadelphia, 1854)
Text-Book of Materia Medica (1866)