Ruta Graveolens

Ruta Graveolens homeopathy medicine, complete details of homeopathic Ruta Graveolens from Keynotes and Characteristics by H C Allen…

Ruta Graveolens suites for Scrofulous exostosis; bruises and other mechanical injuries of bones and periosteum; sprains; periostitis; erysipelas; fractures, and especially dislocations ( Symphytum ).

Bruised lame sensation all over, as after a fall or blow; worse in limbs and joints ( Arnica ).

All parts of the body upon which he lies are painful, as if bruised ( Baptisia, Pyrogen ).

Restless, turns and changes position frequently when lying ( Rhus ).

Ruta Graveolens has Lameness after sprains, especially of wrists and ankles (chronic sprains, Bovista, Stron. ).

Phthisis after mechanical injuries to chest ( Millefolium ).

Aching in and over eyes, with blurred vision, as if they had been strained.

After using eyes at fine work, watchmaking, engraving ( Natrum mur. ); looking intently ( Sen. ).

Amblyopia or asthenopia from over-exertion of eyes or anomalies of refraction; from over-use in bad light; fine sewing, over-reading at night; misty, dim vision, with complete obscuration at a distance.

Eyes burn, ache, feel strained; hot, like balls of fire; spasms of lower lids.

Constipation; from inactivity, or impaction following mechanical injuries ( Arnica ).

Ruta Graveolens has Prolapse of rectum, immediately on attempting a passage; from the slightest stooping; after confinement; frequent unsuccessful urging.

Pressure on the bladder as if constantly full; continues after urinating; could hardly retain urine on account of urging, yet if not attended to it was difficult afterwards to void it; scanty green urine; involuntary.

Ruta Graveolens Warts; with sore pains; flat, smooth on palms of hands ( Natrum carb., Natrum mur. – on back of hands, Dulcamara ).

Backache, relieved by lying on the back.

Ruta Graveolens Relations. – Compare: Arnica, Argentum nitricum, Conium, Euphr., Phytolacca, Rhus, Symphytum

After Arnica, it hastens the curative process in the joints; after Symphytum, in injuries to bones.

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.