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


PAR – True love – See “Archiv,” VIII and XIII., Hartlaub and Trinks, III.


Helleborus, Ignatia, Kali, Natr.mur., Nux-v., Pulsatilla, Sabad.


Camph.,? Coffea


Stitches in all the limbs, particularly in the evening. Cramp- like dragging in the joints. Sensation, during every motion, as if the joints were broken. Sensation on turning the joints, as if swollen and sprained. Painfulness of single tendons, on touching them. Malaise. Heaviness in all the limbs also particularly in the evening, with internal coldness. Languor of the feet, and tremulousness in walking.


Soreness of the skin, when touching it. – Panaritia.


Yawning, with drowsiness. Restless sleep at night.


Coldness of the right half of the body. Internal coldness, as if all the parts were contracted by cold, and were trembling. Cold feet at night. Chilliness of the chest, abdomen, and lower limbs, with goose-flesh and yawning, and icy-cold feet. Violent chilliness in the evening and forenoon, with sensation of internal trembling. Creeping shiverings. Increased warmth of the body.


Foolish manners. Indisposition to mental labor.


Dullness of the head. Sense of intoxication.


Headache, aggravated by thinking. Headache, worse in the evening and attended with dullness of the whole sinciput, and a sensation as if the skin of the forehead were contracted and the bone scraped sore, with heat in the eye-lids, surrounded with red margins. Heaviness of the head. Contractive pressure in the forehead. Pressure in the whole head. Feeling of distention, as if the head would swell up, and the temples and eyes were pressed out. Tightness, as if the cerebral membranes and the brain were put upon the stretch. Bubbling in the head, at night on waking, with internal restlessness. Throbbing, undulating sensation in the head. Tension in the skin of the forehead and occiput. Pain of the hairy scalp, when touching it. Itching of the hairy scalp. Small scabs on the hairy scalp. Pimples on the forehead, with aching pain on touching them. Falling out of the hair, with painfulness of the hair on the vertex.


Sensation as if the eye-balls were too large, or swollen, and the orbits too narrow, with unsteadiness of sight, as if the objects were in motion. Pressure in the upper margin of the orbit, apparently in the bone. Darting through the eye, with mistiness of sight. Burning of the eyes, also with lachrymation, or smarting. Quivering of the upper lid. Dilatation of the pupils. Unsteadiness of sight. The eyes swim.


Sudden pain in the meatus-auditorius, as if distended by a wedge. Tearing in the ears. Hardness of hearing.


Feeling of fullness in the upper part of the nose. Violent epistaxis. Frequent sneezing. Alternation of dry and fluent coryza.


Pale face. Feeling of heat in the face. Scraping pressure under the malar bones. Red, itching spots on the cheeks and lower jaws. The lips are covered with eruption.


Violent itching, gnawing, and burning on the lower jaw, in the evening. Beating and drawing in the teeth. Titillating pain, worse in the afternoon, worse at night, aggravated by warm and cold things. Pain as if all the teeth were perforated. Sensation in the gums as if loose.


Dryness of the mouth, on waking. Frequent discharge of watery saliva. Dry tongue. The tongue is rough and coated white, as if covered with millet-seed. Pain about the palate as if excoriated. Dryness and titillating burning about the palate.


Pressure in the throat, as from a ball. Scraping in the throat, also with stinging. Scraping with burning.


Flat, slimy taste in the mouth. Bitter taste, with dryness and roughness of the tongue. Gulpings. Nauseating eructations. Hiccough after every meal. Qualmishness in the stomach. Nausea rising from the abdomen to the chest, after breakfast, with burning, resembling heartburn.


Pinching in the stomach, relieved by eructations. Burning from the stomach to the abdomen.


Cutting in the abdomen, with rumbling. Cramp-like tearing in the muscles up to the pit of the stomach.


Hard, difficult stool. Slimy, diarrhoeic stools. Fetid diarrhoea.


Frequent urging to urinate, with burning while emitting it. The urine becomes turbid and opalescent. Acrid, burning urine. Tenesmus after micturition.


Increased sexual desire, with violent erection.


Burning in the larynx. Roughness in the trachea, with a deep bass voice. Hoarseness on waking in the morning, with dryness of the trachea, as if parched. Paroxysms of hoarseness. Constant hawking, with expectoration of tenacious, white, insipid mucus.


Dull, painful pressure in the right side. Stitches through the lungs. Pinching in the lungs and heart, with sensation, when stooping, as if a stone were lying on the back. Palpitation of the heart, in the evening, also during rest. Corrosive gnawing on the sternum.


Pulsative stitches in the os-coccygis. Stitches thorough the back, on either side of the back, and nape of the neck. Sensation as if the neck were stiff and swollen, on turning it.


Tearing in the shoulders, extending to the fingers. Heaviness in the arms, particularly in the right, even during rest. Drawing in the metacarpal bones. LAmeness of the finger-joints, afterwards affecting the arm and other joints. Alternate heat and coldness of the fingers, with paleness and as if dead. Sensation in the tips as if ecchymozed or subcutaneously ulcerated.


Tearing in the hip-joints. Stitch in the hip. Drawing in the thigh. Tearing in the sole. Formication in the heel.

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.