Digitalis Purpurea

Homeopathy medicine Digitalis Purpurea 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 Dropsy with suppression of urine.

3 Constant urging to urinate, with scanty discharge.

5 Pressure on bladder even after urination, with sensation as if full.

7 Frequent urination at night (Ambr, Borax, Coni, Phos-ac, Sepia).

9 Urine:-

(a) With brickdust sediment.

(b) Thick, turbid, yellowish-brown, or blackish and acrid.

(c) Scanty, dark, turbid.

(d) Frequent and clear.

(e) Dark, brown, hot and burning, only a few drops at a time.

11 Fruitless efforts to urinate, with desire to defecate.

13 Feeling of fullness, continuing after each urination.

15 increased desire to urinate after a few drops have passed, causing patient to walk about in distress, although motion increases desire.

17 Retention of urine, with nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.

19 Bright’s disease of kidneys, with nervous prostration.

21 throbbing pain in region of neck of bladder during straining effort to urinate.

23 Dragging in bladder as if urethra were constricted.

25 Difficult urination as if urethra were constricted.

27 Function of kidneys suspended.

29 Nephritis ((after desquamation in scarlatina), with oedema of lungs and anasarca.

31 Micturition difficult, as if there were almost no urine in bladder, and yet, great urging to urinate.

(Observe the slow pulse of this remedy.).

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