Crataegus Oxyacantha

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




      The few provings that have been made show conclusively that its action is directly upon the heart, which, primarily, it excites moderately, but to such a degree that it becomes quite evident that the long-continued use of the drug would result in lowering the tone of the heart and enfeebling its action.

Great pallor of the skin, with rush of blood to the head (Bl.).

Urine: diminished; contains traces of albumen and an excess of phosphates (Bl.).

Giddiness (Cact., Digitalis, Ferr-P., Kali-P.) (Br.).

Apprehensive and despondent (Arsenicum, Aurum, Digitalis, Lachesis, Acid nitricum) (C.).

Pain in the back of head and neck (Coc-C., Petroleum, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea) (Br.).

Extremities are cold and oedematous (Arsenicum, Carbo vegetabilis, Phosphorus) (Bl.).

General anasarca (Apis, Blatta., Digitalis, Merc-Sulph., Nat-S., Phosphorus) (C.).

CARDIAC DILATATION (Arsenicum, Aurum, Cact., Digitalis, Lachesis, Mur-Ac., Phosphorus) (B.).

Weak and exhausted (Gelsemium, Kali-P., Phosphorus, Sepia) (B.).

EXTREME DYSPNOEA ON LEAST EXERTION (Arsenicum, Calcarea, Coca, Ipecac., Lachesis, Lobelia, Lycopodium, Lycps., Natrum muriaticum, Spongia) (C.).

Irregular respiration (Ail., Ang., Belladonna, Cuprum, Digitalis, Morph., Opium) (C.).

Useful in the beginning of heart mischief after rheumatism (Colchicum, Kalm., Ledum, Lycopodium, Phosphorus) (Br.).

Pain in the region of the heart (Aconite, Arsenicum, Aurum, Bryonia, Cact., Digitalis, Lat-M., Rhus toxicodendron, Spigelia, Verat-V.). (C.).

Angina pectoria (Argentum nitricum, Gloninum, Naja., Tabacum) (B.).

Palpitation and tachycardia, dependent upon anaemia (Carbo vegetabilis, China, Ferrum, Phosphorus, Sepia) (Bl.).

Failing compensation (Arsenicum) (Br.).

Pulse irregular and intermittent (Gelsemium, Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Veratrum) (C.).

Insomnia of aortic patients (Br.).

Excessive perspiration (Calcarea, Camph., Carbo vegetabilis, China, Mercurius, Natrum muriaticum, Sulphur, Veratrum) (Br.).


      In a warm room; from least exertion; during night; and from rheumatic affections.


      From fresh air; from remaining quiet; and from taking rest.


      Compare: Apis, Arsenicum, Bryonia, Conva., Digitalis, Ferr-P., Gelsemium, Ipecac., Kali-Arsenicum, Kali carb., Lachesis, Lat-M., Lycopodium, Merc-Sulph., Nat-S., Phosphorus, Rhus toxicodendron, Stroph., Sulphur and Verat-V.

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)