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


      SOW BREAD.


      It has many things in common with Pulsatilla (Bl.).

Best suited for leuco-phlegmatic persons with anaemic or chlorotic conditions (A.).

Easily fatigued, and in consequence not inclined to any kind of labour (A.).

Pale, chlorotic, with deranged menses, and accompanied by vertigo, headache and dim vision (A.).

Satiety after a few mouthful (Lycopodium); food then becomes repugnant, causes nausea in throat and palate (A.).

THIRSTLESSNESS (Ant-T., Apis, Chin, Colchicum, Gelsemium, Helleborus, Ipecac., Meny., Nux-M., Acid phosphoricum., Pulsatilla, Sabad.).


Saliva and all food has a salty taste (A.).

Desire for lemonade (Belladonna, Calcarea, Eup-Per) (K.).

Hiccough during pregnancy (Opium) (B.).

Aversion to bread and butter (Magnesia carb.) (C.).

Chilly all over (Nux vomica, Pulsatilla) (B.).

CATAMENIA TOO PROFUSE (Bovista, Calcarea, China, Cocc., Erig., Ferrum, Helonias, Ipecac., Millefolium, Murx., Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sabin.).


Post-partum haemorrhages, with colicky, bearing-down pains, which are relieved after a gush of blood (Bl.).

Milk in virgin breasts (Asafoetida, Mercurius, Pulsatilla, Tuberculinum, Urt-U.) (B.).

Sensation of something alive in the abdomen (Croc., Hyoscyamus, Sepia, Thuja) (K.).

Inclined to weep (Gelsemium, Ignatia, Pulsatilla) (A.).

Irritable, morose, ill-humoured (A.).

Great sadness and peevishness (Natrum muriaticum) (A.).

Ailments: from suppressed grief and terrors of conscience from duty not done, or bad act committed (A.).

Desire for solitude (Anacardium, Gelsemium, Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, Nux vomica) (A.).

Pressing, drawing and tearing pain, principally in the periosteum.

Chilblains of the feet (Agaricus, Anacardium, Carb-An., Lycopodium, Mercurius, Petroleum, Pulsatilla, Zincum met.).

As long as he walks about, he feels well with the exception of languor, but as soon as he sits down, especially in the evening, he suffers various inconveniences.

Burning, sore pain in the heels, when sitting, standing or walking in open air (Agaricus, Causticum, Phytolacca, Valer.) (A.).

Aversion to open air (reverse of Pulsatilla) (A.).

Acne in young women (Calcarea phos.) (Br.).

Palpitation in the evening (Pulsatilla) (C.).

Headache in anaemic patients (Calcarea phos., Ferrum, Natrum muriaticum) with flickering before eyes or dim vision, on rising in the morning (A.).

Flickering before eyes (Belladonna, Carbon sulph., Graphites, Lachesis, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sepia, Sulphur) (A.).

Sees fiery sparks, as of various colours, and glittering needles (A.).

Dim vision of fog or smoke (Arsenicum, Calcarea, China, Croc., Gelsemium, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Sulphur, Zinc) (A.).

Sees countless stars (Aurum, Calcarea, Conium, Hyoscyamus, Kali carb., Puls) (Br.).

The catarrhal discharges are thick and bland (Kali-M., Pulsatilla, Stann.) (Bl.).

Nasal catarrh, with loss of taste and smell (Pulsatilla) (F.).

Periodical, semilateral headache, with dizziness (Bt.).

Frequent sneezing (Am-M., Arsenicum, Carbon sulph., Coc-C., Mercurius, Nux vomica, Sulphur) (K.).

Spasmodic sneezing (Arsenicum, Gelsemium, Kali-I., Rhus toxicodendron, Sabad.).


      In the evening; while at rest; in open air; from cold water; from cold bathing; before menses; from fat food; when sitting; and when standing.


      Whilst walking; during menses; in a warm room; from moving about.


      Antidote: Camph., Coffea, and Pulsatilla

Compare: Ambr., China, Ferrum, Kali-P., Lachesis, Mercurius, Nux vomica, Pulsatilla, Rhus toxicodendron, Sepia, Silicea and Sulph.

Compare, especially China, Ferrum, and Pulsatilla in chlorosis, and anaemic affections.


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Profuse perspiration between the thighs (Aurum, Hepar, Nux vomica), which is offensive and corrosive.

Chest oppressed, feels contracted; relieved by stretching himself.

Salivation (China, Kali-I., Mercurius, Acid nitricum, Pulsatilla, Rhus toxicodendron)

Intense headache; he cannot raise his head from the pillow; relieved by external pressure.


      In the evening; at night (except of the perspiration, which is worse at midday); after sleeping; from lying on the right side; from touch; from light; and from dampness.


      In the open air; after dinner; and in Sunshine.


      Compare: Carb-An., Hepar, Kali bichromicum, Kali-M., Mercurius, Merc-C., Nit- Ac., Sepia and Thuja

ANTIDOTES : Hepar, and Sulph.

complementary: Thuja

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)