SQUILLA MARITIMA signs and symptoms of the homeopathy medicine from the Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by J.H. Clarke. Find out for which conditions and symptoms SQUILLA MARITIMA is used…


SQUILL. See Hahnemann’s “Mat. Medorrhinum Pura,” V.


Bryonia, Dros, Hyos, Iodium, Mur-ac., Natr-mur., Nux-v, Pulsatilla, Rhubarb., Rhus-tox., Seneg., Spongia




Soreness between the limbs. Continued, dull, rheumatic pains in the whole body, abating during rest and increasing during motion. Weariness. Feeling of heaviness in the whole body, as if weary. The whole body become languid, especially when taking a long walk. Uneasiness in the upper and lower limbs. Violent pains in the limbs. Spasmodic movements. Convulsions.


Burning and itching of the skin. Small red spots on the hands, feet, chest, and the whole of the body, assuming the appearance of itch-like pimples. Cold gangrene. Irritates the scirrhous tumors. Scirrhous tumors, accompanied by fever and inflammation, are apt to become cancerous by using Squills.


Frequent yawning, without drowsiness. Stretching of the upper limbs, with yawning. Languor and drowsiness after dinner. Restless sleep. Debility early in the morning, after waking and rising, especially in the region of the hips. Confused feeling and heaviness in the head. Sleep full of dreams.


Heat and redness in the face. Heat in the head, with cold feet. Small hard pulse. Icy-cold hands and feet, the rest of the body being warm. Chilliness and, shortly after, heat over the whole

body. Feeling of heat in the whole body, without thirst or sweat.


Not disposed to think, desponding. Whining mood.


The head feels cloudy and dizzy Vertigo with nausea. Crampy pain in the sides of the head Contractive pain after rising. Extreme heaviness in the whole head. Aching drawing pain in the forehead. Lacerating headache. Digging-up pain in the forehead. Painful sensitiveness of the top of the head and internal stupefaction, early in the morning.


Contraction of the pupils. Dilatation of the pupils. Fine burning in the outer canthi. Violent lacerating in both eyes. Turning sensation before the eyes, with obscuration of sight.


Sore feeling about the margins of the nostrils. Acrid nasal mucus. Frequent sneezing. Coryza, with ulceration of the nostrils. Profuse coryza, with dim, faint, watery eyes.


Distorted, rigid features, large eyes, and staring look, with redness of the cheeks, no thirst. Dark redness during the heat, followed by paleness. Corrosive itching of the forehead and chin. Cracked lips, with brown crusts. Black lips. Black teeth. Pain in the submaxillary glands.


Mouth feels viscid and slimy Mouth open and dry. Vesicles on the tongue. Burning in the palate and throat. Scraping burning in the palate, resembling heartburn.


Complete loss of appetite. Canine hunger. Empty risings. Short eructations. Sour eructations. Nausea and eructations. Desire to vomit in the region of the stomach. Constant nausea during the morning cough. Constant alternation of a desire to vomit in the pit of the stomach and indication of diarrhoea in the abdomen. Excessive efforts to vomit. Violent nausea. Vomiting.


Weakness of the stomach. Deranges the digestive power of the stomach. Painful crampy sensation in the pit of the stomach. Cardialgia. Pressure at the stomach, as from a stone. Excessive pain in the stomach. Inflammation of the bowels. Drawing pain in the abdomen. Lacerating through the abdomen, below the umbilicus. Acute pain between the umbilicus and the pubic region. Cutting- pinching in the abdomen. Ascites.


Hard, scanty faces. Papescent stool, without colic. Discharge of a quantity of brown, loose, slimy, foetid faces. Black diarrhoea. Bloody stools. Itching of the anus.


Tenesmus of the bladder after micturition. Great desire to urinate, with scanty emission. Constant, but ineffectual desire to emit urine. Great desire to urinate. Reddish urine, with red sediment, also hot and dark urine. Sanguinolent urine. Urinates at night. Diabetes.


Anxious dull stitches in the glans. Compressive pain in the testicles. Haemorrhage from the uterus.


Slight irritation in the pit of the throat, inducing cough. Cough in the morning, with profuse mucous expectoration Violent cough early in the morning, with stitches in the side at every turn of cough, with expectoration. Cough from drinking cold water Cough at every inspiration, evening and night. Cough, with expectoration. Constant expectoration of mucus. Cough, with bloody expectoration. Dry, violent cough, occasioning a racking pain in the abdomen, and dryness in the throat. Cough, even to retching. Coughing, talking, or performing the least exercise excites an intolerable feeling of heat, without any heat being perceptible externally. Headache and stoppage of breathing during cough. Pressure on the bladder during cough, and spurting out of the urine.

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.