Baptisia Tinctoria

Baptisia Tinctoria homeopathy medicine, complete details of homeopathic remedy Baptisia Tinctoria from Keynotes and Characteristics by H C Allen…

For the lymphatic temperament.

Great prostration, with disposition to decomposition of fluids ( Pyrogen ); ulceration of mucous membranes.

All exhalations and discharges fetid, especially in typhoid or other acute disease; breath, stool, urine, perspiration, ulcers ( Psorinum, Pyrogen ).

Aversion to mental exertion; indisposed, or want of power to think.

Perfect indifference, don’t care to do anything, inability to fix the mind to work.

Stupor; falls asleep while being spoken to or in the midst of his answer (when spoken to, answers correctly, but delirium returns at once, Arnica ).

Tongue: at first coated white with red papillae; dry and yellow-brown in center; later dry, cracked, ulcerated.

Face flushed, dusky, dark-red, with a stupid, besotted drunken expression ( Gelsemium ).

Baptisia Tinctoria Can swallow liquids only ( Barayta carbonica ); least solid food gags (can swallow liquids only, but has aversion to them, Silicea ).

Painless sore throat; tonsils, soft palate and parotids dark red, swollen; putrid, offensive discharge ( Diphtherinum ).

Dysentery of old people; diarrhoea of children, especially when very offensive ( Carbo vegetabilis, Podophyllum, Psorinum ).

Baptisia Tinctoria Cannot go to sleep because she cannot get herself together; head or body feels scattered about the bed; tosses about to get the pieces together; thought she was three persons, could not keep them covered ( Petroleum ).

In whatever position the patient lies, the parts rested upon feel sore and bruised ( Pyrogen – compare, Arnica, Pyrogen ).

Decubitus in typhoid ( Arnica, Acid Muriaticum, Pyrogen ).

Baptisia Tinctoria Relation. – Similar: to, Arnica, Arsenicum, Bryonia, Gelsemium, in the early stages of fever with malaise, nervousness, flushed face, drowsiness, and muscular soreness.

When Arsenicum has been properly given or too often repeated in typhoid or typhus.

After Baptisia : Crot., Hamamelis, Acid nitricum and Terebintha act well in haemorrhage of typhoid and typhus.

H. C. Allen
Dr. Henry C. Allen, M. D. - Born in Middlesex county, Ont., Oct. 2, 1836. He was Professor of Materia Medica and the Institutes of Medicine and Dean of the faculty of Hahnemann Medical College. He served as editor and publisher of the Medical Advance. He also authored Keynotes of Leading Remedies, Materia Medica of the Nosodes, Therapeutics of Fevers and Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever.