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


a. LYCOPERSICUM SOL.LYC. Tomato. Se “Archiv,” XVII.


Frequent waking and tossing about at night, the limbs on which he is lying feel paralyzed.


Stupid feeling in the head. Heaviness and dullness of the head. Pressure in the malar bone. Dry coryza.

b. MAMMOSUM SOL.MAM. Night-shade. See “Archiv” XIII.


Inability to think coherently. Hawks up blood-streaked mucus from the larynx. Uneasiness. Great weariness and disposition to sleep.

c. NIGRUM SOL. NIGR. See “journal de Chimie Medorrhinum” Hirtz, of strasbourg, 1848.


Complete cessation of the mental functions. Vertigo. Horrible headache. The face is congested with blood. Red, bloated face. Confused and anxious expression of countenance. Open, humid, glistening eyes. Extreme dilatation of both pupils. Alternate contraction and dilatation of the pupils. Mistiness before the eyes. Loathing. vomiting of the ingesta. Frequent vomiting, first of mucus, afterwards of a bluish or gray-blackish fluid. Tenesmus of the anus. Difficulty of breathing. Hot skin, though covered with sweat. Frequent sweats over the whole body. Excessive thirst. Small, frequent pulse. Quick, irregular pulse. Red, scarlet spots on the whole skin. Convulsions and spasms. Tetanic rigidity of the whole body. Trismus. Coma, alternating with convulsions and moaning. Great restlessness. General violent convulsive restlessness. Tremor. Violent subsultus-tendinum. Moaning, as in hydrocephalus.

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.