Helleborus Niger

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

Helleborus Niger patient is  Weakly, delicate,, psoric children; prone to brain troubles ( Belladonna, Calcarea, Tuberculinum ); with serous effusion.

Melancholy: woeful; despairing; silent; with anguish; after typhoid; in girls at puberty, or when menses fail to return after appearing.

Irritable, easily angered; consolation < ( Ignatia, Nat., Sepia, Silicea ); does not want to be disturbed ( Gelsemium, Nat. );

Unconscious; stupid; answers slowly when questioned; a picture of acute idiocy (of chronic, Barayta carbonica ).

Helleborus Niger Brain symptoms during dentition ( Belladonna, Podophyllum ); threatening effusion ( Apis., Tuberculinum ).

Meningitis: acute, cerebro-spinal, tubercular, with exudation; paralysis more or less complete; with the cri encephalique.

Vacant, thoughtless staring; eyes wide open; insensible to light; pupils dilated, or alternately contracted and dilated.

Soporous sleep, with screams, shrieks, starts.

Hydrocephalus, post-scarlatinal or tubercular which develops rapidly ( Apis, Sulphur, Tuberculinum ); automatic motion of one arm and leg.

Convulsions with extreme coldness of body, except head or occiput, which may be hot ( Arnica ).

Greedily swallows cold water; bites spoon, but remains unconscious.

Helleborus Niger patient has Chewing motion of the mouth; corners of mouth sore, cracked; nostrils dirty and sooty, dry.

Helleborus Niger patient Constantly picking his lips, clothes, or boring into his nose with the finger (while perfectly conscious, Arum. ).

Boring head into pillow: rolling from side to side; beating head with hands.

Diarrhoea: during acute hydrocephalus, dentition, pregnancy; watery; clear, tenacious, colorless, mucus; white, jelly-like mucus; like frog spawn; involuntary.

Urine: red, black, scanty, coffee-ground sediment; suppressed in brain troubles and dropsy; albuminous.

Dropsy: of brain, chest, abdomen; after scarlatina, intermittents; with fever, debility, suppressed urine; from suppressed exanthemata ( Apis, Zincum met. ).

Relations. – Compare: Apis, Apocynum, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Bryonia, Digitalis, Lachesis, Sulphur, Tabacum, Zincum met. in brain or meningeal affections.

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.