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


VIPER R. Italian Viper. See Herings’ Treatise on the Poison of Serpents”.




Paralysis of the single limbs, or of one-half of he body, frequently during life. Fainting with vertigo. nausea, a and pain about the heart. Fainting, with stinging about the heart. Rigidity and coldness of the body, with clammy sweat. Convulsions and spasms., with shrieks. Convulsions in hydrophobia. The spirits of Viper are recommended for epilepsy.


Large gangrenous blisters around the wound. yellow spot on the red and swollen limb. Reddish, black, lentil -sized spots all over, even in the face. Incipient erysipelas, or boils.


Great drowsiness, with languor, Sopor, with languor loss of sight, difficulty breathing, retching, vomiting, spasms, violent pain in the umbilical region, tension of he abdomen, and small frequent pulse. Ill feeling at night, delirium and vomiting. followed by profuse sweat.


Coldness, with clammy sweats. Shuddering, mingled with flashes of heat. Shuddering, after violent heat. Feverish motions, with quick, small, contracted, unequal, intermittent pulse. Burning heat through the whole body, with swelling of both hands. Pulse small and contacted or feeble and irregular, or frequent, small, and contracted. pulse intermittent and small. Pulse slow, hard, and full, with stiffness, coldness, and sweat. Cold sweat, during the violent paroxysms. Profuse or warm sweat.




Delirium, during vomiting or pains. Frequent vertigo, to fainting, particularly during he nausea and vomiting. Violent headache, with disposition to sleep, restlessness increasing to despair, glistening eyes, yellow complexion with red cheeks, violent thirst with moist, white tongue with red borders, feels, s small pulse, constant disposition to faint, pains in the loins, warm, dry skin, constipation, and copious secretion of clear urine.


Heat in the eyes and profuse lachrymation. Protrudes eyes. Dark-yellow eyes. Weakness of one eye. Obscuration of sight. Swelling of the face. or particularly of the lips and eye-lids.


Burning on the tongue. Moist tongue, with white borders, and red in the centre. Swelling of he tongue, which turns back-brown, and protrudes. Difficulty of speech, with swelling of the tongue, or lock-jaw. Burning in the fauces and chest Difficulty of swallowing.


Burning thirst, with violent heat. Nausea and fainting. Bilious vomiting. Convulsive vomiting., with eructations. Vomiting and Diarrhoea. Vomiting and colic.


Violent pain in the umbilical region, during the vomiting. Enteritis.


Diarrhoea and vomiting, with profuse emission of urine.


Difficulty of breathing, with cold sweat. Oppression of the chest, with anguish, or with chills and vertigo. burning in the larynx and chest, excessively painful. Pain about the heart, with fainting. Stinging pain about the heart, with great weakness, difficulty breathing, and copious wets.


Pain in the back and abdomen, with Bloatedness or profuse emission of urine. Large swelling on the neck. Violent lacerating in the arms, wrist, elbow, particularly in the axilla, shoulders, and chest, with restlessness, vomiting, and sleeplessness.

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.