ATROPINUM signs and symptoms of the homeopathy remedy from the Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Rare Homeopathic Remedies by Oscar Hansen. Find out the indications for the use of homeopathy medicine ATROPINUM…

Characteristics Symptoms

      Delirium; when spoken to often turns his head to the wrong side. Unconsciousness. Sticking in base of skull, and especially over eyes, on every motion, and aggravated by stepping. Feeling as if screwed up, and walking caused sticking. Sticking in left temple in morning on waking, extending behind ear, aggravated by moving about in open air. Pupils dilated. Diplopia. Red and hot face. Expression of mania. Dryness in the throat. Swallowing produces suffocative spasms, is painful, with grimaces and facial spasms. Vomiting of milk and of all food. Contractive, burning, pressing pain of the pit of the stomach with soreness. Empty eructations. Stiffness of left knee, left leg, and in right great toe. Redness like scarlatina over face and upper half of body; skin hot and dry.


      Neuralgia, supraorbital, aggravated by emotions, under the knee, ameliorated by wrapping up warmly. Ear-ache, meningitis, spinal irritation, scarlatina with Belladonna symptoms. Atropine is best adapted in the purely neurotic sphere of Belladonna symptoms (Casper). Chronic affections of the stomach, especially ulcus ventriculi, with great pains and vomiting of all food. (Bahr, Kafka; confirmed by author in many cases). Also recommended in syphilis, gall-stone colic, peritonitis, and in the sweat stage of intermittens (Puhlmann).

Oscar Hansen
Dr. Oscar Hansen, M.D., from Denmark, was a corresponding member of the British Homeopathic Society and the American Institute of Homeopathy. His book 'Textbook of Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Rare Homeopathic Remedies' was published in 1899.