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


SABAD – Semen Sabadillae, Veratrum Sabadilla, Alder Buckthorn, Berry-bearing Alder. See Stapf’s “Additions.”.


Belladonna, Hyoscyamus, Ignatia, Lycopodium, Mercurius, Natr-mur., Nux-v., PHosph., Pulsatilla, Rhus-tox., Sepia, Staphysagria, Sulphur, Veratrum


Camph., Pulsatilla


Painful drawing in all the limbs and heaviness in the feet. Drawing through all the limbs and sensation as if paralyzed. Pain in the limbs, especially the lower. Intense but transitory pain, as of bruises, in various parts of the body. Sensitiveness to cold. Intense pain in all the bones, especially the joints. Tremulous sensation and trembling in the upper and lower limbs. Weakness of the whole body. Weariness in the limbs. Great weariness and heaviness in all the limbs, especially the joints. Weariness and heaviness in all the limbs.


Burning creeping sensation about the body.


Frequent yawning, with lachrymation. Excessive drowsiness. REstless sleep. Unrefreshing sleep. Pulsation all over, in the evening, before falling asleep. Excessive itching all over, at night in bed. Sleep disturbed by frightful restless dreams.


Small spasmodic pulse and coldness of the limbs. Febrile shivering through the whole body. Shivering over the back; he feels chilly through the whole body. Burning heat in the face, with chilliness over the body, especially in the extremities. Febrile condition there is seething of the blood; irresistible desire to sleep, with yawning icy-cold shuddering without shaking; constant nausea. Intermittent fever. Chilliness or external coldness with shaking of the limbs, with little or no thirst, followed by heat with little thirst, and accompanied or followed; by sweat. Quotidian tertian or quartan fevers, occurring at a regular hour, attended with loss of appetite. Oppressive bloatedness of the stomach, pain in the chest, cough, debility, and thirst between the chilly and hot stages. During the chilliness: pain of the upper ribs, dry, spasmodic cough, and lacerating in all the limbs and bones. During the hot stage: delirium, yawning, and stretching. Sleep during the sweat. After the fever the limbs feel bruised without any other complaint.


Cheerful disposition. Anxious restlessness. Great anguish. Rage.


Vertigo, as if everything were turning. Vertigo, as if he would faint, with obscuration of sight. Gloominess of the head. His head feels dull and heavy.


Aching in the vertex. Pressure in the head, with heaviness. Tensive pain in the forehead, with pressure. Stupefying, oppressive sensation in the forehead. Headache, as if the head were violently squeezed from all sides. Painful pressure in the head, as if the whole head would be pressed asunder. Itching, with pressure in the head, most violent in the forehead. Constant headache, or sort of tension. Dull sensation in the forehead. Slight jerking headache. Headache, especially after every walk. Headache, occasioned by continued attention. Pulsative headache in the right side of the forehead. Sticking headache, especially in the forehead. Confused headache, with burning and itching of the scalp. Tension of the scalp, particularly during the fever. Stinging in the scalp, particularly on the forehead and temples. Burning pain on the hairy scalp. Itching of the hairy scalp.


Head and stinging itching in the face. Burning of the lips, as if scalded. Pain of the lower jaw on touching it, as from swelling of the glands.


Pressure in the eye-balls. Blue rings around the eyes. REdness of the margins of the eye-lids, and sensation in the yes as if an inflammation would take place. Dim-sightedness, with vertigo. Lachrymation. Blackness before the eyes.


Otalgia and snapping as of electric sparks in the ears. Humming and buzzing about the ears.


Contractive, biting sensation in the nose. Itching tingling in the nose. Bleeding from the nose. Occasional sneezing, accompanied with sticking contractive headache over the eyes, and red margins of the eye-lids. Fluent coryza, with disfigured countenance and dullness of the head.


The lower jaws, when touched, are painful like swollen glands. Drawing in the jaws and teeth. Subdued beating and drawing in the teeth.


Burning at the tip of the tongue. The tongue feels sore, and as if full of blisters. The tongue is coated, mostly yellowish. The tongue is coated white, the tip is bluish. Dryness of the mouth, without thirst. Burning of the tip of the tongue, with great soreness of the throat.

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.