Thuja Occidentalis

Homeopathy medicine Thuja Occidentalis 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 Copious micturition, with frequent urging.

3 After micturition, sensation as if a few drops were running through urethra.

5 Burning in urethra during micturition.

7 Inflammation of kidneys, with oedematous or swollen feet.

9 Stitches from rectum to bladder.

11 Sensation as if bladder were paralyzed; no power to expel urine.

13 Involuntary micturition at night, or when coughing.

15 Scalding during micturition; urethra swollen; stream-forked.

17 Constant urging; passes few drops of blood.

19 Desire to urinate; but a sensation of constriction by a tape prevented.

21 Urine:-

(a) Scanty, dark, or copious and watery.

(b) Contains sugar; foams.

(c) Too frequent and too copious.

(d) Dark-red in morning; deposits a brown mucus, with dark, cloudy sediment (in rheumatism).

(e) Watery, becoming cloudy.

23 Dribbling from urethra after urinating.

25 Micturition stops many times before bladder is emptied (Coni.).

27 Intermittent flow.

29 Voluptuous jerking in fossa navicularis.

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