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


SABIN Juniperus sabina, Savin. – See Stapf’s “Additions.”.


Aconite, Agn. cast., Belladonna, China, Ferrum, Ignatia, Ipecac., Mercurius, PHosph., Platina, Pulsatilla, Rut., Sepia, Staphysagria, Sulphur, Thuja, Zincum met.


Camph., Pulsatilla


Lancinations in all the joints, with sensation as if they were swollen, accompanied with drawing stitches through the long bones. Aching burning pain in the swollen periosteum. Paralytic pain in the joints, especially after an exertion. Rheumatic pains. Heaviness and laziness in the body. General sick feeling. Excessive weariness.


All the symptoms cease in the open air.


Restlessness and anxiety. Restless sleep, with confused dreams. Restless sleep, with seething of the blood, heat, and profuse sweat.


Frequent shudderings. Chilliness the whole day. Intolerable burning heat in the whole body, with great restlessness.


Nervous irritability. Ill-humor.


Vertigo, with stupefaction. Continual vertigo, with mist before the eyes. Dizziness, with rushing of the blood and heat in the head. Weakness of memory.


Pressure and dullness in the head, especially the forehead. Oppression and painful heaviness in the whole head. Sticking pain through the brain, with pressure. Headache early in the morning. Pressing pain in the whole head. Digging-up, boring headache. Smarting stabbing pain. Beating headache with heaviness and stupefaction. The forehead is painful when moved. The vertex is sensitive to the touch.


Blue margins around the eyes. Tensive pain in the eyes. Feeling of heat in the eyes. Pain in the eyes, and discharge of smarting water.


Hardness of hearing. Pinching deep in the ear.


Paralytic pain in the region of the malar bone. Aching in the region of the malar bone, increased by contact.


Aching drawing pain in the angle of the lower jaw in the muscles of mastication. Lacerating pain in the region of the roots of the molars, near the gums. Dullness of the foreteeth. Drawing pain in all the teeth. Neuralgic pain in the face. Also with beating.


Increased secretion of saliva. Contractive and pricking pain in the throat. Dryness of the throat, with drawing pain. Sensation of swelling in the throat.


Sanguineous and greasy taste. Putrid smell from the mouth. Bitter taste in the mouth. Loss of appetite. Acidity in the stomach after every meal. Eructations, accompanied with nausea. Heartburn. Nausea, feeling of fullness. Nausea with cough. Nausea and desire to vomit. Vomiting of bile. Continual vomiting.


Oppressive feeling in the pit of the stomach. The region of the stomach is bloated and distended. Severe stitches from the pit of the stomach through the back. Aching pain in the region of the stomach and liver. Feeling of warmth and burning in the stomach.


Writhing and pinching in the abdomen, in the umbilical region. Colic, as if he had taken cold, and as if diarrhoea would come on. Contractive pain in the region of uterus. Inflammation of the bowels. Pain as if the bowels became constricted. Bruised pan of the abdominal muscles.


Diarrhoea, with emission of much flatulence. Liquid, slimy, and frequent stools. Discharge of bloody mucus from the anus. Stitches in the anus and in the front part of the thighs when walking. Haemorrhoidal tumors, especially painful in the morning.


Retention of urine, with burning, and emission drop by drop. Intermittent, almost painful desire to urinate. Fleeting burning pains in the vesical region. The urine is turbid when coming out. Smarting in the urethra, during micturition. Violent desire to urinate, but little urine being passed. The whole urethra is painful and inflamed, with purulent gonorrhoea.


Burning sore pain of the fig-warts and glans. The fraenulum is swollen and too rigid. Painfulness of the foreskin. Dark redness of the glans. Contusive pain in the testicles. Increased sexual desire.


Irresistible desire for an embrace. Painful feeling of oppressive heaviness in the abdomen, more violent when pressing upon it. Severe stitches in the vagina. violent menstruation, the blood was partly fluid, partly lumpy. Haemorrhage from the uterus, at the period of the menses. Haemorrhage after parturition. Haemorrhage after miscarriage. Miscarriage, metrorrhagia. Swelling of the breasts. Tingling in the nipples. Leucorrhoea, with itching of the pudendum. Milky leucorrhoea, occasioning an itching. Leucorrhoea after suppression of the menses. Permanent disappearance of leucorrhoea of a starch-like consistence, yellowish, ichorous, foetid, and of painful discharge of blood.


Crawling and tickling in the larynx, exciting a cough, with slimy expectoration. Fullness in the chest, with cough. Dry and hacking cough, and titillation in the larynx, expectoration streaked with blood. Haemoptysis.


Asthma, increasing to arrest of breathing. Slight oppression of the chest, with desire to take a deep inspiration. Shooting stitches in the chest. Burning stitches in the chest. Cutting in the chest, above the pit of the stomach. Tensive pain, with pressure, in the middle of the sternum. Aching pain in the whole extent of the sternum. The sternum is painful to the touch. The beating of the heart is increased, more violent, alternating with pulsations throughout the abdomen. Intermittent stitches in the clavicle. Creeping over the back. Paralytic pain in the small of the back. Drawing pains in the small of the back. Sharp stitches in the region of the dorsal vertebrae, increased during an inspiration. Stitching pain in the dorsal vertebrae. Rheumatic drawing in the cervical muscles. Drawing in the neck. Bruised pain, also in the vertebrae.


Pressure in the shoulder-joints. Rheumatic pain in the shoulder-joint. Aching pain in the muscles of the upper arm. Paralytic lacerating along the upper arm, as far as the hand. Stinging in both upper arms. Painful pressure in both upper arms, near the elbow-joint. Lacerating in the joints of the fingers of either hand.


Aching pain in the region of the hip. Pushing and drawing in the thighs and knees. Intermittent stitches in the internal surface of the thigh. Rheumatic pains in the thigh. Paralytic pain in the thigh, above the knee. Painful pressure in the middle of the thighs. Lancinations below the knee, in the tibia. Lacerating pain, with pressure in the metacarpus of both feet. Painful drawing in the joints of the toes, becoming more violent during a walk. Intermittent aching pain below 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.