Berberis Vulgaris

Homeopathy medicine Berberis Vulgaris from William D. Gentry ‘s Rubrical and Regional Text Book of Homeopathic Materia Medica, comprising the characteristic symptoms of homeopathic remedies from drug provings, published in 1890….

1 Sticking, digging, tearing or pulsative pain in region of one or other of kidneys, as if suppurating.

3 Burning pain in bladder (Acon, Ars, Cantharis).

5 Burning and soreness about kidneys.

7 Burning stitches between loins and kidneys.

9 Violent sticking, cutting pains from kidneys into bladder and urethra (Cocc-c.)

11 Drawing, contracting, sticking pain from back through ureters to region of bladder.

13 Cutting, contracting and burning in urethra, worse after urinating (while urinating; Cantharis)

15 Painful, cutting pain originating in left kidney, extends along ureter, and locates on left side of bladder.

17 Pain, soreness and tenderness in back about kidneys.

19 Pain in bladder on movement.

21 Pain in loins and hips when urinating.

23 Tearing, pulsating pain in right kidney.

25 Violent urging after urinating, especially in morning.

27 Burning, cutting pain in female urethra during and after urinating.

29 Bubbling pulsation in region of kidneys.

31. Kidneys sensitive; so sore that any jar, riding in wagon or jumping is unbearable.

33 Sticking, pressing pains in kidneys, extending along ureters to loins and bladder.

35 Pain in kidneys, worse when stooping, on rising again, and when sitting or lying, than when standing.

37 Crampy, contractive pain in region of bladder.

39 Continuous aching pain in region of bladder.

41 Stitch in urethra, extending to bladder.

43 Titillating pain in urethra.

45 Pain in urethra, excited or aggravated by movement.

47 Urging to urinate, with scanty, burning urine; pain in neck of bladder.

49 Urine flows very slow, with pain and pressure in front of bladder.

51 Urine :-

(a) Dark, yellow, red, copious.

(b) Bright-yellow, with profuse mucous sediment.

(c) Blood-red, quickly becomes turbid, and deposits a thick mucous, bright-red, mealy sediment.

(d) Dark, turbid, with much sediment.

(e) Contains clear, mucous sediment.

(f) Pale, yellow, with transparent, gelatinous sediment, or turbid, flocculent, clay-like, mucous sediment, mixed with white or whitish-gray, and later a reddish, mealy sediment (Agar, sep)

(g) Greenish, with deposit of mucus.

53 After urinating, feeling as if some urine remained in bladder, and as if will have to urinate again very soon.

William Daniel Gentry
William Daniel Gentry. (1836-1922) was the author of Concordance Repertory of the Materia Medica and The Rubical and Regional Textbook.