CISTUS CANADENSIS symptoms from Manual of the Homeopathic Practice by Charles Julius Hempel. What are the uses of the homeopathy remedy CISTUS CANADENSIS…


CIST. Rock Rose. See North American Journal.


Belladonna, Carb. v., Phosph. These three remedies may be used alternately with Cistus-canadensis.


Evening pains in the knees, right hand, and lefts shoulder. Drawing in. the muscles of the hands and lower limbs, with pains in. the joints of the hands, finger, and knees. Drawing and lacerating in every joint, particularly in. the knees and the skin, without eruption. Chilliness. Cold feet. Violent chilliness, with shaking, afterwards heat. with red, swollen ears, and swelling of he cervical glands. heat, with thirst, during which he drinks a good deal.


Aggravation of the symptoms towards morning, and by every mental agitation.


Aching pain in the head, with pressure about the eyes and in. he forehead Feeling of the heaviness above the eyes. Sensation in the eyes as if something write turning about in it, with stitches.


Swelling in the internal ear. Swelling, from the ear to the cheek. Stoppage of the ears, from the swelling, with discharge. Discharge of fetid pus and oozing from the ears.


Inflammation and painful swelling of the nose. Sneezing without coryza.


Sensation as if the facial muscles were drawn to one side.

Flushes of heat in the face. Heat and burning in the face. Caries of the lower jaw.

Mouth, THROAT,

The gums are swollen, standing off from the teeth, readily bleeding, and of a disgusting appearance The tongue loose as if it were sore. Dryness of the tongue and palate. Occasional itching of he throat. Titillation and soreness in the throat, and heat. Sensation as if sand were in the throat. the throat symptoms abate after a meal. Pain in the throat when inspiring the open air. Feeling of qualmishness in the oesophagus. Dartings, inducing a cough, at every mental agitation. Difficult expectoration of tenacious mucus.


Frequent nausea. Pain in the stomach after a meal.


Pains in the larynx. Cough, which is occasioned by darting in the throat. Expectoration of bitter mucus. FEtid breath, Difficulty breathing and anguish in the evening, in bed, with itching of the whole body, the breathing is relieved in the open air. Feeling of fullness in the chest. Pressure in. the chest.


Red spot below the scapulae, with pain by contact, and subsequent erysipelas, with burning pain, which is aggravated by contact. Violent evening pains about the shoulder and breast. Swelling and suppuration of the cervical glands.


Pains in the shoulder. Pain as if sprained in the wrist-joint, with drawing and lacerating. Violent pains in. the hand in. the afternoon, hindering the use of his limbs. Pains in the fingers when serving. Lacerating in the thigh when walking. Pains in the knee and thigh, when sitting and walking.

Charles Julius Hempel
Charles Julius Hempel (5 September 1811 Solingen, Prussia - 25 September 1879 Grand Rapids, Michigan) was a German-born translator and homeopathic physician who worked in the United States. While attending medical lectures at the University of New York, where he graduated in 1845, he became associated with several eminent homeopathic practitioners, and soon after his graduation he began to translate some of the more important works relating to homeopathy. He was appointed professor of materia medica and therapeutics in the Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia in 1857.