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

Terebinth urine has the odor or violets.

Terebinth Tongue: smooth, glossy, red, as if deprived of papillae, or as if glazed ( Pyrogen ); elevated papillae; coating peels off in patches leaving bright red spots, or entire coating cleans off suddenly (in exanthemata); dry and red; burning in tip (compare, Acid Muriaticum ).

Terebinth Abdomen: extremely sensitive to touch; distention, flatulence, excessive tympanitis; meteorism ( Colchicum ).

Diarrhoea: stool, watery, greenish, mucous; frequent, profuse, fetid, bloody; burning in anus and rectum, fainting and exhaustion, after ( Arsenicum ).

Worms: with foul breath, choking ( Cina, Spigelia ); dry, hacking cough; tickling at anus; ascarides, lumbrici, tapeworm segments passed.

Terebinth Haematuria: blood thoroughly mixed with the urine; sediment, like coffee-grounds; cloudy, smoky, albuminous; profuse, dark or black, painless.

Congestion and inflammation of viscera; kidneys, bladder, lungs, intestines, uterus; with haemorrhage, and malignant tendency.

Purpurea haemorrhagica; fresh ecchymosis in great numbers from day to day ( Acid Sulphuricum ).

Ascites with anasarca, in organic lesions of kidneys; dropsy after scarlatina ( Apis, Helleborus, Lachesis ).

Haemorrhages; from bowels, with ulceration; passive, dark, with ulceration or epithelial degeneration.

Violent burning and drawing pains in kidney, bladder and urethra ( Berberis, Can., Cantharis ).

Violent burning and cutting in bladder; tenesmus; sensitive hypogastrium; cystitis and retention from atony of fundus.

Albuminuria; acute, in early stages, when blood and albumin abound more than casts and epithelium; after diphtheria, scarlatina, typhoid.

Urine rich in albumin and blood, but few if any casts; < from living in damp dwellings.

Strangury; spasmodic retention of urine.

Relations. – Compare: [Alumen], Arnica, Arsenicum, Cantharis, Lachesis, Acid nitricum

Is recommended as a prophylactic in malarial and African fevers.

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.