GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS


Keynote symptoms of homeopathy medicine Gelsemium Sempervirens, described by A. L. Monroe in his book, Method of Memorizing the Materia Medica, published in 1882….


(GELSEMIUM)

Girls with Anemia

End with Hysteria

Labor pains inefficient;

Spring-time Intermittent

Even Paralysis producing;

Motion lost, sensation lying

Intact in parts affected,

Nervous one or child selected

Used where Congestive Condition

Makes trouble at time of Dentition:

Severe Neuralgias indicate;

Eyes blurred and face dark red-

“My head feels like a hundred weight,”

Patients oft have said-

Early in case is often given;

Remittents of little Children.

Vertigo complicates some diseases-

Involuntary loss with seminal week-knees,

Rheumatism and cold in head,

Especially in warm, wet weather.

Near to Baptisia on Typhoids’ bed

Symptomatically joined together.

A.L. Monroe