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


HAEMATOX. Logwood. Noack and Trinks.






Pressure. Compressive pain in the head. Contraction (throat, chest). Pain as if bruised (head, region of the heart).


Some of the pains are aggravated by contact and pressure, some are relieved in the open air.


Irresistible drowsiness.


Chill and goose-flesh. General chilliness, more internal than external.


Ill-humor, sadness. Weakness of mind, vertigo unto falling.


Dullness of the frontal region, feeling of heaviness in the head, difficulty of generating or expressing ideas. Compressive pain in the forehead and occiput, on the left side, extending to the ear, with burning heat in the head. Pain in the forehead, with disposition to vomit on stooping. Pinching and violent aching pain over the eye, and extending to the temporal region.


Redness of the eyes, with blue margins. Feeling as of sand in the eyes. Sensation of heaviness in the eyes, and as if covered with a gauze. Contraction of the pupils, and dimness of sight.


Intense pain of the right ear, down the throat, with contraction of the throat, burning and pain during deglutition, and frequent spitting.


Pale, disfigured face, with sad, desponding look. Pain in the left part of the forehead, spreading over the entire left side of the face, and over the teeth. Pain of the lower jaw, with stinging in the teeth and cheek of the same side.


Contraction of the throat, with desire to swallow.


Loathing inclination to vomit. Pain in the stomach, increased by pressure. General sick feeling, with anguish proceeding from the stomach, and colic. Distention of the stomach and abdomen, anguish, inclination to vomit, sour eructations tasting of the ingesta, headache as from derangement of the stomach, at night.


Tympanitic distention of the abdomen, sensitiveness of the pit of the stomach to the touch, and aggravation of the pain from pressure. Colic, pain in the loins, and loathing. Colic, inclination to vomit, painful digging about in the abdomen. Paroxysms of pain in the stomach and abdomen, as if the parts would be torn. Violent colic in the hypogastrium, as if diarrhoea would ensue, with tympanitic distention, and great sensitiveness of the abdomen to the touch. Violent palpitation of the heart, general sick feeling, anguish, and lastly, shuddering and chilliness over the whole body. Cutting colic, with distention, relieved after soft stool. General chilliness, with burning heat in the palms of the hands after the colic ceases.


Slight quantity of red, burning urine. Logwood tinges the urine and faeces dark-red or purple. Painful pressure on the genital organs. Malaise and pain in the hypogastrium, as previous to the menses, attended with slimy, whitish leucorrhoea.


Oppression. Constriction of the chest down to the pit of the stomach, with a feeling of heat and burning. Pain in the region of the heart, with sensation as if bar were extending from the heart to the right side, and violent pain in the left upper region of the chest. Great painfulness of the region of the heart, oppressive anxiety, increased beating of the heart, small pulse, hot hands, chilliness over the whole body. Palpitation of the heart.


The limbs are painful and languid. Pain and chilliness between the shoulders. Pain in the left shoulder as if inflamed. Suppression of the habitual sweat of the feet.

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.