Cicuta virosa (Cic) = Cowbane/= Wasserschierling/= Ciqué aquatique/= Waterhemlock/= Giftwütherich/Wurzel/Blätter/Blüten


= heftige Con;

Thema: Verfremdung; Lösung: Retardieren/laut jammern;

Vergiftung: 1. Krämpfen/rotes Gesicht + blasse (blutige) Lippen/Harninkontinenz/ schnelles Atmen, 2. SCHLAF/Tod; 1. Schwindel, schläfrig/berauscht), Pupille erweitert + Krämpfe,

2. DURST (unstillbar)/BrenNEN, 3. Schluckbeschwerden/Zunge gelähmt, Atem keuchend, 4. Tod mit Konvulsionen;

Verbirgt: Gewaltpotential, zeigt: (heftige) Krämpfe/Petit o. Grand Mal/friedliches Wesen/grobes Aussehen;

Akut: Krämpfe (vorausgegangen durch brennen)/oben nach unten;


Negativ: A. HefTIG/Konvulsionen/Krämpfen (Schluckauf/Ticks) ausgelöst durch minimale Reizen (z.B. leichten Druck/fängt in Solarplexus an) # sanft/umgänglich/traurig,

B. < Berührung, C. Beschwerden und Verletzung irgendwann am Kopf/Nacken/Wirbelsäule (werden zurück gebeugt), D. Feindliches/befremdliches Benehmen, E. Verlangt Vertrauen in Menschheit, F. Schluckauf, G. Verlangt Unverdauliches;


Will jeden gefallen/kann nicht nein sagen, EMPfindlich (traurige Geschichten)/alles = fremd/ menschenscheu/-feindlich/ohne Vertrauen wegen Gefühl o. Angst angegriffen

zu werden o. Gewalt angetan zu bekommen, naiv/sanft/traurig (traurige Geschichten/denken o. reden über traurige Geschehnissen), vertauscht Gegenwart + Vergangenheit,

= Kraut für geschlagene Frauen, Angst vor Gesellschaft, starren, >> liegen, Haut (Pusteln + gelbe Krusten (+ ohne Juckreiz)/Meningitis (+ Schrei), < Tabaksrauch/ Berührung/Zugluft/Erschütterung/Kopfdrehen/Geräusche/Kälte, > + verlangt Wärme, Konvulsionen ([James Tyler Kent] a cerebo-spinal irritant; the head is drawn back, opisthotonos; limbs are convulsed and rigid. It has cured traumatic tetanus lockjaw, epilepsy, epileptiform convulsions. Convulsions from above downwards (opposite of

Cupr-met.). He is extremely sensitive to touch, and touch and drafts bring on convulsions);

1. Aggressiv/unbeherrscht, 2. Verletzung, 3. nachgiebig./freundlich/engelhaft;

1. Schwindel nach Druck auf Kopf, 2. Ohnmacht nach Druck auf Kopf, 3. Krampf nach längerem Druck, 4. Schwäche/Schluck auf;               

Ursache: Unfall/Verletzung (chronic effects of concussions of brain or spinal cord when Arn. fails)/Würmer/unterdrückter Ausschlag;

[J.T. Kent]

                                               Between convulsions the Cicuta patient is mild, gentle, placid and yielding, distinguishing it from Strych. and Nux-v.


Komplementär: Carb-v. Cupr-act. Ferr-met. Kali-c. Sulph.


Folgt gut: Arn. Ars. Cann-i. Cina. Con. Cupr-met. Lach.

Gut gefolgt von: Alum. Arg-n. Bell. Cina. Hell. Hep. Op. Ph-ac. Puls. Rhus-t. Sep. Sil. Stann-met.


Vergleich: Cere-s. (Pusteln im Bart)..

Commons. in Cicuta virosa and Conium maculatum

Comparison. Belladonna and others

DD.: Abs. Art-v. Bar-m. Bufo. Cupr. Hell. Hydr-ac. Hyos. Hyper. Mygal. Op. Stram. Strychn.

Siehe: Apiales + Bovisgruppe + Conium- + Teste Sulphur- + Pulsatillagruppe




Cic. = heftige Con.

Cic-m. = Cic-ähnlich + Schweiß.

Oena. = Cic-/= Con-ähnlich + Unruhig/= Picro-ähnlich/= Foen-ähnlich     

Puls. = Phos. - Großzügigkeit/= Ign. - intensiv/= Calc. - pragmatisch + emotionell/= Adon. + Unterleibbeschwerden


Unverträglich: Aeth. Chinin-s. Cupr-ac.


Antidotiert: Arn. Coff. Cupr-act. Cupr-met. Cupr-ar. Op. Tab.

Beschwerden durch Würmer verursacht

Antidotiert von: Arn. Camph. Coff. Cupr-a. Op. Sep. Sul-ac. Tab. Tub
Vergiftung: Tabak/Opium substantiell


Wirkung: 35 - 40 T.


Allerlei: Deutschland/Frankreich, wächst auf nasse Boden, Kraut für geschlagene Frauen, Deutsche Namen weisen auf Wut hin/Nur Wirkung wenn frisch/Wurzel enthält giftiges Harz/Luftkammern.

Enthält gelber Saft                                               

Geprägt von Luft/Wasser


Phytologie: Leber/Magen/Harnwegen

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[Rajan Sankaran]

A person who regresses to a childlike state after being deeply hurt.

Cicuta is a remedy of the plant kingdom. The theme of Cicuta is that the patient has been hurt so deeply and horribly in the past by another human being, especially a man,

that she regresses into a childlike state, and shuts out the rest of the world.

She becomes extremely fearful, hateful, suspicious and contemptuous of men. She gets violent and convulsive when excited or approached, and is especially affected by horrible things and sad stories. This tremendous sensitivity and reactivity of Cicuta, and also its shutting out the world, remind one of Opium, to which it is closely related.

A Swiss colleague, Dr. Hansjorg Hee, narrated a case to me while he was in India. It was the case of a child of 8-9 years, who had developed eczema of the face.

One peculiarity of the eczema was that in spite of it being a wet eczema, with oozing and crust formation, there was no itching.

Also, she had become withdrawn and taciturn. The problem had started a few years earlier when her father told her the story of a girl, an angel, who had been buried alive

in a coffin, and on awakening found all sorts of creatures creeping around her. This story shocked the child so much that her whole attitude and mood changed.

I suggested that she be given Cicuta, based on the following:

  Horrible things, sad stories affect her profoundly

  Sadness from sad stories

  Talk, indisposed to, desire to be silent, taciturn

  Man, shuns the foolishness, of

  Sensitive to sad stories

  Company, aversion to, avoids the sight of people

  Quiet disposition

  Dullness, sluggishness

Combined with these, the rubric “Eruptions without itching” from Phatak’s Repertory gives Cicuta. I heard from Dr. Hee that the patient did very well on Cicuta, both mentally and physically.

Other rubrics:

  Delusion, thinks he is again a child

  Answers when spoken to, yet knows no one


  Dancing grotesque

  Delusion, everything is strange


  Recognize, does not, his relatives

  Unconsciousness, periodical

[Edouard Broussalian]

If you merely read what is in current (I mean “standard” or “classical”) Materia Medica, you do not have the slightest chance of finding a prescription for this remedy.

Indeed, it is almost exclusively prescribed on epileptic notions with convulsions propagating towards the lower part of the body.

It is seldom you find any of these ‘heroic’ cases and we have to consider more subtle indications. My attention was initially drawn to this very unusual remedy when some cases where Nat-m. or Sulph seemed well indicated but failed.

With this study, I would like you to discover the very wide action of this remedy (indeed one has to admit that homoeopathic remedies never have a limited action).

Therefore, I will describe it in detail, starting with the less distinctive features so as to place all the pieces of the jigsaw-puzzle until it reveals a coherent picture of the remedy. Let’s start at the beginning, namely a few botanical and pharmacological data.


Hahnemann’s usual preparation mode is used with tincture of fresh roots gathered as soon as the plant starts blossoming. As seen in the picture here, Cicuta belongs to the Umbelliferae family (the plant really looks like an umbrella).

[Edouard Broussalian]

All the members of this family have an action on the nervous system, the mucosa (catarrh), the skin (pustulous or scabby eruptions).

DD.: the remedy with Conium which develops slow symptoms of paralysis, whereas Cicuta excites the nervous system and provokes spasms.

Both remedies bring on scabby eruptions, especially on the lip area where Cicuta has cured cancers which were covered with yellowish secretions. Cicuta does not have

the same powerful effect on glands as Conium (does).

In the field of spasmodic action, Asa foetida is close to Cicuta. It has a well-known anti-peristaltic action– with the phenomenon of lump in the throat, etc. This is a major remedy for hysteria more so than Cicuta which has less analogy with this type of pathology. Asaf exhibits an extreme sensitivity, to the point where one can hardly come

close to him when he is in pain. Cicuta also has this extreme sensitivity as he needs to withdraw in order to escape from his aggression factors.


At first, studying the mental signs of the remedy does not reveal very much. As long as the clue has not been found, it is difficult to have an idea of the remedy since there

is such gibberish of information in total opposition to each other.

Absent minded, catalepsy, automatisms

Symptoms very often found in the Cicuta patient. For a long period of time, he absolutely does not remember what is going on around him. Thus, you will find students

who have missed entire sections of courses and who do not even realize they have stopped taking notes.

When this phenomenon occurs, patients say they are literally “disconnected”. I have even seen cases where the patient was voluntarily able to put himself “off”.


This way of evading is one of the first that leads to understanding this remedy.

Frequent fits of absentmindedness of variable duration or he is so buried in his thoughts that he is no longer aware of what goes on around him.n Hering, we find an even deeper description of the phenomenon:

She knows no one, but when touched and spoken to, she answers

Suddenly consciousness returns, and she remembers nothing of what has occurred. Loss of consciousness with open eyes, knows no one, but when touched or spoken

to answers questions; consciousness returns suddenly, and she does not remember what has passed; attacks twice a day.

This ability to immediately be ‘ back again’ whilst being in his own inner world, is absolutely specific to this remedy. Care should be taken not to mistake this symptom with that typical of Arnica or Baptisia. In this case, the patient is in a stuporous state, replies when spoken to, then falls back into lethargy. Whereas Cicuta can leave his inner world and is immediately able to be “back again”, without reverting to obliviousness.

Quite often, we will also find a closely related sign to those just described: a tendency to automatic actions (listed in Mind under “Unconsciousness”). For example, the Cicuta patient takes his car every morning for the same drive to his office. He is able to drive it in an automatic way whilst being deeply in his thoughts or while being “disconnected”. This true that when he has to run an errand in an opposite direction to the usual one, he will probably drive several miles on his usual way before getting aware of his mistake.

All these phenomena are readily aggravated by the tendency to be mistaken in going to places and in estimating times. Since the patient has a strong tendency to take refuge into his own world (to the point of ecstasy), he can reach the point of mingling the present with the past (we find Dullness of Senses symptoms, everything appears Strange).

You have here all the “ingredients” you need to diagnose of a Cicuta subject.

Be sure to remember the above list, as it makes you understand this process of a sensitive person feeling disappointed and consequently withdrawing into his own world. Cicuta is able to regain cheerfulness and even gaiety every time he feels appreciated or in a friendly environment, but generally he will not willingly seek comfort or companionship, like Pulsatilla does.

Keep in mind these key-words:

Sensitivity, compassion, moral values

Disappointment, grief

Escape, withdrawal

Cicuta has to be added indisputably to the 1 grade in the rubric Ailment from disappointment (as this is just a clinical note, we’ll need pathogenetic confirmations to add

it to a higher grade some day).

Different adaptive mechanisms

Homeopathy teaches us to see both sides of the same hill. Every situation has its own counterpart; every desire is subject to become an aversion, etc. The French school for example, used to describe a Sepia portrait corresponding to a worn out woman, dressed in black, sad and depressed. Practice shows that in fact many Sepia cases look like

a “super” Nux-v, in overactive women.

Likewise, Cicuta is able to display two different pictures whilst struggling to adapt itself in this cruel world. Here the passive mode, that is the more classical one, and the sthenic modes, looking like Caust or Lyc for example.

Passive Mode: The Escape

Escape is quite symptomatic in various Cicuta aspects and at different levels. First, we have seen the mental signs of absentmindedness or deep reflection, they are only

some of many sides of Cicuta. Feeling repelled by human behavior, Cicuta tries to run away from it.

Company, aversion to (3), strangers, presence of (3), avoids sight of people (3), menses, during, desires to be left alone (1,1). Fear, crowd, in a (1), people, of (1), people,

of, men (3,2). Home, desire to go (1). Indifference, external things, to (1). Insanity, escape, tries to (1,1). Recognize not, relatives, his (1). Suspicious (3). Talk, indisposed

to (1). Unconsciousness (2). Unconsciousness, conduct automatic (1), periodical (2/3), recognizes no one but answers correctly when touched or spoken to (1/1).

Work, mental work, evening (1,1/3).

Needless to say how infrequent are the extreme following symptoms: he no longer recognizes his close ones and madness with attempt to escape…

This aversion to company leads us to talk about a frequent behavior. The Cicuta patient no longer wants to meet people he does not know. He cannot stand crowds, not because of a claustrophobia feeling as seen in several other remedies, but because he feels repelled by the frequent instinctive reactions of an anonymous crowd.

Cicuta patients describe quite acutely how they cannot stand the lack of regard shown to others by people they come across (street scuffle, cigarette butts thrown everywhere, etc…), so, rather than getting angry and rebelling, they prefer not to be confronted with it.

Indignation is an omnipresent component in Cicuta. This reminds us of Staphysagria, a remedy for the wounded dignity of someone who avoids conflicts, refusing to quarrel.

Cicuta will find refuge in intellectual work. The repertory only mentions this evening modality but we often find people who like to carry on literary or philosophical works, etc… Depending on previously mentioned circumstances, the Cicuta patient is often taciturn, distrustful and not very talkative.

Active Mode: Provocation, anger

The depressive description of the disappointed philanthropist appeared to me initially. Upon developing a better knowledge of the remedy, I have discovered that there are often very sthenic forms of the remedy, prior to the patient’s withdrawal on himself, exhausted by his permanent struggles.

In these conditions, we often find an easily irritable patient who gets angry while voicing his indignation on subjects he feels concerned with: the way employees are treated

in such factories, our governing heads’ corruption, etc… I have noticed that many teachers are possible Cicuta subjects. Indeed, these people are often idealistic, sometimes to the point of utopia. They feel directly shocked by the harsh reality of a crushing administration. All the conditions are there to reveal Cicuta cases.

The first signs of backing out are “I can no longer stand to be in a group, I am rejected, I am troublesome”. But the patient still has enough energy to pursue his fights and stand up for his ideals.

How will he react?

To my knowledge, there are two types of reactions which, sometimes, can be found in the same person.

1. Provocation, contestation

Initially, provings show a childish behavior linked to epilepsy. A woman on coming out of the cataleptic attacks often takes on childish behavior. A man thinks that he is

a child and acts like one; silly laughter, playing with toys, and other acts of childish behavior..[Kent]

Considering the cases I have come across, I think the reality (I mean, at the present day) is more subtle. In fact, this wounded subject tries to attract attention on his suffering, although without seeking consolation. This attitude, somewhat haughty and proud, warrants the place of the remedy in the followings rubrics:

Censorious, critical (1). Haughty (1). Contemptuous (1). Reproaches (1)

Feeling constantly disappointed, Cicuta is reproachful to everyone and can come to have a haughty way, considering himself above everyone else since he thinks he is the only one to have human and moral values in this “degenerated world”.

Platinum is one of the differential diagnoses. Plat always has an authoritative side and shows off in eccentric, costly and very immodest clothes, whereas Cic does not like

to show off and does not care about his look (it could even be an additional contestation). It is a fact that Plat is often a very idealistic person also disappointed by reality.

This disappointment in Platinum is compensated either by a “Natrum aspect” when patients keep dwelling on sad things of the past, or by an unrestrained narcissism.

This is in no way like Cicuta. The sexual drive is very strong in Plat, this is not the case in Cicuta.

As his sensitiveness does not allow him to easily show his feelings – remember that Cicuta is aggravated while speaking of unpleasant things – acting then like a clown to be noticed is the only option left for him.

Cheerful (3). Childish (3). Dancing(2); grotesque, (2). Foolish behavior (1). Gestures (1); ridiculous or foolish (1). Jesting (2); ridiculous (2). Laughing (1); silly (1). Shrieking (3). Singing (2). Weeping (3), aloud (1).

Our sensitive Cicuta will not hesitate to joke grossly, to make people laugh at all costs, to act like a clown, to sing, etc… It looks like a sort of provocation or an attempt to ward off his own sensitiveness in trying to appear as rude or rustic as possible, which really is in total opposition to what he truly is.


Sometimes, he feels so fed up that his inner anger bursts out.

In the repertory, we find some interesting rubrics:

Answer, abruptly (2). Discontented (1). Hatred (3). Impulsive (2). Irritability (1). Malicious (1). Rage, fury (1). Sensitivity, noise (1). Violent (3). Violent, deeds, leading to (1).

Our Cic subject can then express all the resentment he feels against people who offended him (Staph); but there again the anger has seldom something to do with personal matters, it’s rather directed towards people – he thinks – involved in anti-humanitarian actions. Therefore, we discover that Nat-m is not the only remedy to have this

“Indian hate”, as mentioned by Lathoud, Cicuta can also be very caustic.

Impulses can often be overwhelming and the person will have real fits of rage.With such a behavior one should also think of Nux Vomica: sensitivity to noise, sympathetic. Sometimes, the Cicuta patient only shows these fits of anger and his sensitivity to noise, which is the reason why it can be confused with Nux. However, we’ll see that Nux usual modalities are not there, there is no desire for “good food”, wine, coffee, spicy food, no insomnia, no bloating, no fussiness. This means that Cicuta should come to mind.

Other neurological issues

Although nowadays Cicuta is rarely prescribed for epileptic troubles or chorea, this remedy is nevertheless still “flirting” with neurological phenomena.

Shocks and shakes

These symptoms are often found in various entries of the repertory:

Head: Motions of, jerking (2), jerking, lying on back (2), backward (2), talking (2/1); Shocks, in head (2), electrical (2), cold, air (2/1), motion, on (2), sudden (2), extending, extremities, to (3/3).

Stomach: Shocks (3). Shocks, convulsions, before (3/1).

Back: Pain, jerking, coccyx (2,2), coccyx, menses, during (2/1); Shocks, along spine (1), dorsal (1).

Extremities: Jerking (3), upper limbs (3), left (2), forearm (3), talking, while (1/1), fingers (3), fingers, epilepsy, in (3/1), lower limbs (3), foot (2); Shocks sensation of(2), upper limbs (3), left (2), lower limbs (2), violent, causes leg to jerk (1/1).

Generals: Jerking internally (1), convulsions, like (2), muscles (3,2); Pain, jerking, externally (1); Shocks, electric like (2), cerebral commotion, from (1/1), sense, return of the,

on (1/1).

There is a wide spectrum of symptoms going from the feeling of shock, like an electrical shock, to the actual shaking of a limb. Epileptic patients acutely describe the feeling

of a shock in the stomach just before having a fit. I would recommend systematically looking for the feeling of a sudden shock in the head, since many patients experience it. Before pointing this out to them, it is something they have a hard time defining as it is a sudden shock with a variable loss of senses, vision, although it is not like an ordinary positional vertigo. This feeling will often propagate in the rachis and feels like the brain is dropping out.

At other times, as the patient is quietly sitting in front of his TV set, he will jolt everyone by suddenly stretching a limb.

Nat-m.mainly has lower limbs restlessness, also known as “the fidgets”. He also has shakes when falling asleep, which differs from Cicuta who has sudden discharges while being awake. Sudden starts and sensitivity to touch

The following headings give an idea on the remedy’s nervous sensitiveness:

Frightened, easily (2). Starting (1). Starting, noise, from (3,2), easily (3,2), fright, from (3,2), bed, in (0/3)

Touch brings about numerous troubles, the Cicuta patient feels countless contused pains, the slightest touch is painful. In common cases, touch causes sudden starts, it can go to the point of convulsions…. The person is easily frightened, which is showed by jumps, but Kent gives examples where children start squinting whenever they are scared.

Sensitiv to touch, sudden starts, shocks in the stomach area also remind us of Kalium carbonicum. The resemblance stops here, Kali-c being a conservator, down to earth and very regular in everything. However, Kali-c often shows a sensitiveness for what is fair or unfair, while Cicuta is concerned with humanity’s well being.

Kali-c tends to cling on, with a fear of letting go, for example, it often is the remedy for women who stay with husbands who give them a lot of trouble.

On the opposite, Cicuta slowly breaks away from everyone. Moreover, Kali-c does not have as strong a tendency to convulsions as Cicuta.

After-effects of head and rachis injuries

Again, it is difficult to get away from Nat-m which also shows this modality. In fact, Cicuta is a major remedy for traumas, not only for mental ones:

Head: Concussion of brain (3). Pain, injuries, after (2,2). Injuries of head, from (2).

Stomach: Shocks (3). Shocks, convulsions, before (3/1).

Mind: Injuries, mental symptoms following (1). Sadness, injuries of the head, from (2).

Throat: Injuries oesophagus (2/1), splinter, bone (2/1), convulsions, provokes (2/1).

Generals: Injuries, concussion (1), glands (1). Shock injuries, from (2). Shock electric like, concussion of brain, from(1/1). Convulsions, commotion of the brain (3), splinter

in throat (2/1), injuries (2). Wounds (1)5, knife (1), splinters (3,2), penetrating (1).


The Cicuta patient often has dizzy spells, which is easy to understand, considering the nervous irritation specific of the remedy. Of course, it can be dizziness following cranial trauma, but there are many kinds of dizziness. There can often be a tendency to stagger, wobble, and sometimes fall. It can also be a very strong orthostatic sickish feeling with loss of vision and the classical feelings of shake in the head and drop of the brain, etc..


Fortunately, we no longer find cases such as described by Kent, but in order to be exhaustive on the subject, you will find below his much detailed description:

It has cured cerebro-spinal meningitis when there were convulsions and the convulsions were aggravated from touch, with fever and even spotted mottled skin. Mind and head symptoms after injuries. On going into a cerebro-spinal meningitis the patient sits in a chair talking as if nothing were wrong, when, quick as a flash, he passes into another state in which be knows no one; he falls over limp, he is put to bed, and though he answers questions he remains in a semi conscious state, knowing no one.

This may change into a spasm. The head is bent back in spasms; jerking back of the head; spasms begin in the head and go downward. Violent shocks in the head, arms and legs. Head hot and extremities cold, like Bell. in its convulsions. Sweat on the scalp when sleeping. Child rolls head from side to side. Hot head.

Convulsive action about the eyes; pupils dilated and insensible patient lies fixed in one place, with starting, fixed, glassy, upturned eyes, like Cupr-met.

Strabismus may be the only spasm the child is subject to from cerebral irritation. Every time the child is frightened it has strabismus; when touched or when it has cold, or after a fall biting the head, or coming periodically, it has strabismus.

Skin issues: Rashes

To complete the picture, let’s not forget rashes. Although there are numerous sorts of rashes in Cicuta, I focus on the cephalic extremity which is most frequently concerned.


There are rashes on the beard or on the side-whiskers. Generally speaking, we can say that Cicuta shows rashes on all the hairy parts (beard, eyebrows, chest, etc…).

Cicuta is also very helpful with aftershaving rashes.


It is the typical scabby eczema on the head. Scabs in addition to convulsions are quite exclusively found in Cicuta (Morrison). Sometimes, it can only be common dandruff,

but generally the Cicuta patient has scabs exuding with yellowish serosities, which can bleed when removed.

Other characteristics


I have never met any patient with marked alimentary cravings. Typically, Cicuta feels like eating stodgy (langweilig/unverdaulich) foods, coal, etc… He also craves for alcohol, cabbage and starchy foods.


The remedy is able to provoke all sorts of ulcerations. Kent mentions cases of cancers on the corner of lip cured by Conium. However, although this is not mentioned in the repertory, Cicuta cures, just as well, stomach ulcers. In the case of strong annoyances, instead of systematically thinking of Lyc. or Nat-m., remember Cicuta.

Foot position

In the repertory you will find a rubric where Cicuta is the only remedy at the 1st grade: walks on the external side of the foot.

Observing several Cicuta subjects has enabled me to go deeper into the meaning of this symptom. It is not so much a way of walking, but rather of keeping the foot on the external side, varus-like. When you meet teenagers going through an existential crisis, disappointed in humanity, who like to sit anywhere with their feet in that position, do

not give Staph, nor Nat-m., but Cicuta. This is typical of the remedy.

Clinical case:

Here is a typical case of a decompensated form as reported by our friend, Dr. Emmanuel Blesch of Yutz.

“Strung out”

Yves is a guitar maker; a friend suggested that he would come for a consultation. He is exhausted; tall, dark complexion, sparse hair on the frontline, he comes into my small office, glancing furtively and anxiously. Feeling uneasy, he sits in front of me with his feet strangely positioned on the external side (varus) and not flat on the floor. The look is gentle, a bit anxious, he looks tired; he has rings around his eyes in spite of a smiling air. Right away I find him likeable and the contact is easily made.


His professional life is not simple: although he loves his work, making string instruments is a meticulous work and the pitiless law-market makes it unprofitable. He confides to me that his banker was due to lend him money but in the last minute, he retracted; all this upset his plans and he was stuck with anticipated purchases contracts, a ludicrous situation he cannot cope with. He wants to leave everything, he is fed up and his vision of the present world has become very pessimistic; he smokes enormously, sleeps badly, drinks coffee; he is discouraged, considering the misery of current events with compassion and weariness. Further on in the conversation, he tells me that he went to India a long time ago, where he had enjoyed the “freedom” and “selflessness” aspects.


He prescribed Cicuta 30CH.


In the next few days, he told me that everything has cleared up; he is more detached from his problems, hardly smokes and is making many plans. Two months later he comes back saying he feels fragile again, due to court affairs not completely settled and which bring back anxiety.


Since then, no news, good news!


In this case, the major symptom for this man is his need to break away from an unbearable and crazy world.



Now that we have studied Cicuta in detail, as always, I dread abusive prescriptions of this remedy, in cases where Nat-m., Sulph. or Staph. would be a better indication.

Cicuta is a very valuable remedy which can be surprising if one knows how to track it down. Indeed, I think that further observations in the future will increase our knowledge of this very interesting remedy, which may resemble some others, but which has its specific personality.

It can be added to the following rubrics:

  Anticipation: Cicuta (2nd degree)

  Atheist: Cicuta

  Anger with indignation, following: Cicuta

  Disappointment/deception, following: Cicuta

  Music, sensitive to: Cicuta

  Fastidious: Cicuta

  Salivation, during sleep: Cicuta

  Dreams, blood, missing teeth: Cicuta




Gemüt: Benommen/stupid, geistiger Torpor. - - Weinen/Jammern/Heulen.

- „Als ob an einem fremden Ort“, dies macht Angst. - - Geistverwirrung, er singt, bedroht schreiend die Umgebung, macht groteske Tanzbewegungen.

- Liebt kindische Spielereien, springt in glücklichen, kindischen Zustand aus dem Bett.

- Gibt kurze Antworten. Ruhige Stimmung; Zufrieden und glückselig.

- Ängstliche Zukunftsgedanken; Gefühl von Traurigkeit.

- Alte Leute fürchten lang dauernde Krankheiten vor dem Tode.

- Angst, traurige Geschichten ergreifen ihn außerordentlich.

- Misstrauen und Menschenscheu; verachtet Andere.

Schwindel: aufstehend aus dem Bett, „Als ob sich alles von einer Seite zur andern bewegte o. sich näherte und dann zurückwicht“; taumelt; fällt bückend.

- Nachteilige Folgen von Gehirnerschütterung, wenn Krämpfe eintreten.

Kopf: Druck tief im Gehirn; Schwere im Vorder- o. Hinterkopf. - - Zerreißender, schneidender Schmerz in einer Seite; beim Daran denken verschwindet der Kopfschmerz.

- Morgens aufwachend Kopfschmerz, „Als ob Hirn locker“ und würde gehend geschüttelt; wenn man über seine genaue Beschaffenheit nachdenkt, hört er auf.

Kopf sinkt, wenn sie sitzt, auf einen Gegenstand hinblickt o. anscheinend im Schlaf, vornüber; wenn sie geweckt wurde, war Kopf nach vorn gebeugt und Hals steif.

- Rucken und Jucken des Kopfes. - - Auffahren, Zittern des Kopfes, < Bewegung

zugleich einzelne Stöße wie elektrische Erschütterungen, < im Kalten, > in Ruhe und Wärme.

Augen: Beim Hinstarren auf einen Gegenstand neigte sich der Kopf nach vorn.

- Augen sind gegen Licht empfindlich. - - Buchstaben tanzen auf und nieder o. verschwinden; o. sie sind von Regenbogenfarben umgeben; Gegenstände erscheinen doppelt und schwarz.

- Pupillen: erweitert bei Gehirnerschütterung; kontrahiert bei Krampf; Affektionen.

- Blauer Rand um die Augen; Augen sind eingesunken.

Ohren: Überempfindlichkeit des Gehörs. - - Schwerhörigkeit bei alten Leuten.

- Ohren sind HEIß, dann Zeit KALT - - Brennender, eiternder Ausschlag an und um Ohren.

Nase: ist gegen Berührung empfindlich, bei leisesten Berührung blutet sie.

- Gelber Ausfluss aus Nase; gelber Schorf in derselben. - - Häufiges Niesen ohne Schnupfen.

Gesicht: totenblass und kalt/rot/bläulich/aufgedunsen. - - Herpes im Gesicht.

- Verzerrt entweder in schrecklicher o. lächerlicher Weise. Konvulsion der Gesichtsmuskeln.

- Dunkelrote Pickel im Gesicht und an Händen, sie erscheinen mit brennendem Schmerz und vereinigen sich. - - Brennende, eiternde, zusammenfließende Gesichtsausschläge.

Kinnbackenkrampf, die Zähne sind fest aufeinander gepresst.

- Gelber Schorf in der linken Mundecke, in der sich eine gelbe, fressende Flüssigkeit absondert, kann sich über Lippe, Kinn und Backe ausbreiten. - - Krebs der Oberlippe.

Zähne: Zähneknirschen.

Mund: Geschwulst an der Zunge; weiße, schmerzhafte, brennende Geschwüre an den Rändern der Zunge; schmerzhaft bei Berührung.

- Erschwertes Sprechen; sprechend fühlt er einen Stoss im Kopf von vorn nach hinten gehend, als müsste er wie beim Schluckauf ein Wort verschlucken.

Schaum im und um den Mund.

Schlund: Schlucken unmöglich. - - „Als ob Rachen innen zusammengewachsen“; schmerzt äußerlich „Wie gequetscht“, bei Bewegung o. Berührung; Aufstoßen, das vom Mittag bis Abend anhält. - - Nach dem Verschlucken eines scharfen Knochenstückchens schließt sich der Ösophagus und es tritt Erstickungsgefahr ein.

Magen: Verlangt auf Holzkohle. - - Durst + unfähig zu schlucken.

Essen und Trinken:

- Unmittelbar nach Beginn des Essens fühlt er sich gesättigt/Bauchweh/Schläfrigkeit.

Übelkeit und Erbrechen: Schluckauf und Schreien. - - Übel Morgens und beim Essen.

- Erbrechen: von Galle; von Blut; bückend während Schwangerschaft # tonischen Krämpfen der Pektoralmuskeln und Verdrehen der Augen.

Plötzlicher Stoss tief in Herzgrube verursacht Opisthotonus. - - Hitze im Magen.

- Brennender Druck im Magen und Bauch. - - Anschwellung und Pulsieren in Herzgrube.

Bauch: Kolik mit Konvulsionen, auch Erbrechen.

- Auftreibung und Schmerzhaftigkeit des Bauches. - - Chronische schmerzhafte Hernie.

Stuhl etc: Häufige, flüssige Stühle. - - Cholera, wenn Ausleerungen aufhören und Kongestion nach Hirn und Brust, Augenverdrehen, Atembeschwerden und andere Symptome eintreten. - - Jucken im Rektum mit brennendem Schmerz nach dem Reiben.

Harnorgane: URIN mit starkem Drängen o. gar kein Urin.

- Unwillkürlicher Harnabgang bei alten Männern. - - Blasenlähmung mit darum AngsT

Männliche Geschlechtsorgane: Hoden gegen äußeren Bauchring hinaufgezogen.

- In Uretra, soweit die Eichel geht, empfindlich ziehender Schmerz, der zum Urinieren nötigt.

- Stiche in der Fossa navicularis mit nächtlichen Emissionen.

Weibliche Geschlechtsorgane: Während der Menses Reißen und Ziehen im Os coccygis.

- Verzögerte Menses. - - Krampfhafter Zustand, wenn sie Menses nicht erschienen.

Schwangerschaft: Eklampsie im Wochenbett.

Atmung: Beklemmung, kann kaum atmen (von tonischem Krampf in Pektoralmuskeln)

Husten: mit Auswurf/Lungen: Hitze in Brust.            - - Kältegefühl in Brust.

Brust: Herz, Puls: Zitterndes Herzklopfen.

- „Als hörte Herz auf zu schlagen“; und manchmal Ohnmachtsgefühl dabei.

Wundheitsgefühl am untern Ende des Sternum.

Hals, Rücken: Schmerz im Nacken, krampfhaftes Rückwärtsziehen des Kopfes mit Zittern der Hand. - - Reißen, Zucken im Os coccygis.

- Spannung in Halsmuskeln. - - Tonische Krämpfe der Nackenmuskeln.

Glieder: Nach krampfhaften Zuckungen vollständige Kraftlosigkeit der Glieder.

- Taubheit in den Fingern. - - Venen der Hände erweitert.

- Häufiges unwillkürliches Rucken und Zucken in Armen und Fingern.

Schmerzhaftes Gefühl von Steifheit in Beinmuskeln - - l. Bein zittert

- Beine konnten ihn nicht mehr tragen und er stolperte. - - Gressus vaccinus.

- Gehend tritt sie nicht ordentlich mit Fußsohlen, sondern diese kippen nach innen um.

Nerven: Konvulsionen mit Besinnungslosigkeit, schrecklichen Verrenkungen der Glieder und des ganzen Körpers. - - Konvulsionen mit Opisthotonus.

- Epileptische Anfälle mit Geschwulst des Magens wie von Krämpfen des Diaphragma; Schluckauf; durchdringendes Schreien; Gesichtsröte; Trismus; Bewusstseinverlust und Gliederverdrehungen; unwillkürliches Urinieren. - - Wird plötzlich steif und unbeweglich.

- Tonische Krämpfe, welche bei der geringsten Berührung sich erneuern; ebenso vom Tür Öffnen und lautem Sprechen; Somnambulismus, starrer Blick, Teilweiser Bewusstseinsverlust

- Bei Wurmleiden plötzliche Rigidität mit Zuckungen, nachher Erschlaffung und Schwäche.

- Allgemeine Hinfälligkeit.

Schlaf: Träume: lebhafte von den Ereignissen des vorhergehenden Tages.

- Sopöser Zustand. Cholera. - - Häufiges Erwachen mit allg. Schweiß; fühlt sich neu gestärkt.

Temperatur und Wetter: Verlangen nach Ofenwärme.

Frost, Fieber, Schweiß: Frost und Frösteln und verlangt Wärme und warmen Ofen.

- Frost stammt aus der Brust, geht Beine hinunter und in Arme, dabei stierer Blick.

- Leichte und nur innerliche Hitze. - - Typhoid mit Schwindel, Geräusch in Ohren, Taubheit; trüben glasigen Augen; blassem Gesicht; Durst; Meteorismus; Sopor und stillem Delirium.

- Schweiß Nachts und in Morgenstunden, meist am Unterleib.

- In manchen Körperteilen „Wie Quetschung“.

Haut: Auf Schulterblatt eine rote Blase, die bei Berührung schmerzhaft ist.

- An beiden Händen selbst an Ballen der Finger ein erhabener, erbsengroßer Ausschlag mit brennendem Schmerz bei Berührung; später fließt er zusammen.

Lebensalter und Konstitution: Alte Leute:



* Spasmodic affections.

MIND: - -  Mistrustful. Contemptuous. Discontent. Ill-humor.

  -  CHILDISH BEHAVIOR, silly, excited. Delusion,is a child again and acts like one.

  -  Quiet disposition, contented, happy. Look "like an angel" after convulsions.

  -  Aversion to presence of strangers. Avoids the sight of people. Lost confidence in men.

  -  Excessively affected by sad stories. Horrible things affect her profoundly.

  -  Impulsive. Ridiculous or foolish jesting. - -  Starting from fright, noise.

  -  Violent. Moaning, howling, weeping. - -  Answers when spoken to, yet knows no one.

  -  Stupid feeling. - -  Memory blank for hours or days after convulsions.

  -  Retardation (Bufo. Bar-c. Bar-m). - -  Sadness, dullness, retardation after head injury.

  -  Delirium with singing, dancing, funny gestures.

GENERALITIES: - -  SPASMODIC AFFECTIONS: Hiccough/jerks/spasms/tics/tetanus,

    CONVULSIONS: VIOLENT. Multiple: One fit followed by the oter.

      Before: Shrieking (Cupr., Op.) Staring eyes. Jerks of eyeballs.

      During: SPASMS MOVE DOWNWARD, with shocks trough whole body.

          Grimaces face. Redness of face with blue lips.

          Drawing head backwards. Arching the back. OPISTHOTONUS.

          Biting tongue. Bloody foam from mout. Lockjaw.

          Spasms of diaphragm. Vomiting (during or alternating).

      After: LONG POSTICTAL STATE (over 30 min).

          Dullness. Blank. Childish behavior. Loss of memory.

          Strabismus. Weakness of limbs.

      < Touch/noise/during sleep/heat/being chilled.

      After INJURIES TO HEAD, SPINE (Arn./Hyper./Nat-s.).

      In pregnancy, eclampsia. In meningitis, encephalitis.

      From worms, suppressed eruptions. Shocks as from electric sparks.

  -  > Thinking of complaints, warmth, rest. - -  < Touch, noise, cold.

FOOD AND DRINKS: - -  Desire: Indigestible things: coal, lime, chalk, clay, etc.

HEAD: - -  TURNED or TWISTED to one side Jerks.

  -  Head falls forward while staring at one point, eye directed upward.

  -  SUPpurating ERUPTIONS on scalp with burning pains. Thick yellow scabs. (Olnd.)

  -  One-sided stupefying headache, as from congestion, > sitting erect.

    Headache > rising, flatus, thinking of it. - -  Hot with cold limbs.

EYE: - -  Rolling, jerking of eyeballs. - -  Staring. Pupils dilated, insensible.

  -  CONVERGENT STRABISMUS, periodic, after injury, from fright, after convulsions.

EAR: - -  Sudden detonations on swallowing. - -  suppurating eruptions about ears.

FACE: - -  DISTORTIONS, severe, frightful. - -  Dark red. - -  Tics, jerks.

  -  Suppurating eruptions. Pustules, burning, forming thick, yellow scabs.

MOUT: - -  Swelling of tongue. Difficult speech. - -  Biting tongue.- -  Grinding teeth.

  -  Difficult speech; seems to swallow syllables because of a jerk in the head on talking.

TROAT:- -  Constriction.

STOMACH: - -  Spasms of diaphragm. Hiccough. - -  Vomiting with convulsions.

ABDOMEN: - -  Colic. Spasms.                        RECTUM: - -  Worms.

MALE GENITALIA: - -  Testes drawn up.           

FEMALE GENITALIA: - -  Spasmodic states when menses don't appear

                                                -  Puerperal convulsions. Convulsions during labor.

CHEST: - -  Spasms in pectoral muscles.


    SPASMS/CRAMPS in cervical muscles - -  Jerking, tearing in coccyx during menses.

EXTREMITIES: - -  Spasmodic contortions and fearful jerking. - - Shocks.

  - Weak after convulsion.

SKIN: - -  Purulent eruptions with thick, yellowish scabs and burning pains:



Geist: kindisches Benehmen (foolish/clown/verspielt), Erregung/empfindLICH Geräusch/Licht/Gerüche; Gesellschaft abgeneigt, misstrauisch/argwöhnisch; Anthropophobie; schweigsam + zurückgezogen; gedankenverloren; schreckhaft,

Krampfanfall erschöpft danach (Oena); Zucken/krampfhafte Rucke, Opistotonus (heilte Meningitis); geistige Retardierung (nach Kopfverletzung)

Schwindel: mit Fallneigung < Aufstehen, > Liegen

Bauch: voller geblähter Bauch; Verstopfung., Kolitis; Würmer (mit Bauchweh)

Rektum: Prolaps

Verlangt: Unverdauliches/Kalk/Kohle/rohe Kartoffel/Scharfes/Alkohol/Senf;

Haut: Pustelauschlag, konfluierend, dicke honiggelbe Schorfe (v.a. Kopf + Gesicht); Epitheliom [13,14]

Allgemeines: < 1 - 3 h. + morgens/Kälte/Erschütterung/Alkohol/Wein/Tabak/Kaffee; Folgen von Kopfverletzung (Arn/Nat-s/Hyp/Oena); Krampfanfälle < Hitze/im Schlaf/Berührung/Geräusche/allein; > Wärme/Trost/Gesellschaft;

Abgeneigt: Fett;


Gemüt: Zweifelt/Zurückhaltend, reserviert

Zufrieden (mit sich selbst)/Wohlwollen, Güte



Weinen (Wimmern, Winseln/mit Schluchzen/während Konvulsion/erwachend)

Wahnideen [alles nähert sich und zieht sich zurück/wäre gerade eben geweckt

worden (durch Fieber)/Visionen (Ungeheuern)/Körper sei enorm .vergrößert/würde verfolgt, ihm würde nachgestellt (konkret) (von Feinden)/alles erscheint unwirklich/Gegenstände erscheinen so anziehend schön wie Spielzeug/sonderbar, merkwürdig (Vertrautes scheint fremd/Umgebung erscheint fremd/Gegenstände scheinen/alles sei)/alles erscheint schreck-lich/Phantasiegebilde, Illusionen/sei an einem fremden, fremdartigen Ort/alles würde

näher kommen und zurückweichen/jemand würde liegen in seiner Nähe/GROßER

betrunkener Mann würde kommen und sich neben ihr hinlegen/würde nicht in normalen Verhältnissen leben/lächerlich spielt Possen/tanzt im Kirchhof/sei ein Kind (und benimmt sich wie ein Kind)/Fehleinschätzung i.B. auf eigene Identität/sei weg von zu Hause/sieht Gestalten/des Geruchssinns/Gegenstände (ziehen sich zurück/nähern sich)/alles erscheint

fürchterlich, entsetzlich/Bilder, Phantome/alles bewegt sich von einer Seite zur anderen/sei

.berauscht/ sehr großer Alkoholiker würde kommen und sich neben ihr hinlegen/absurde, lächerliche Gestalten seien anwesend]


Verwirrt geistig (i.B. auf Raum und Zeit/weiß nicht, wo er ist/verläuft sich in bekannten Straßen/Vergangenheit und Gegenwart/im Stehen/sitzend/i.B. auf seine

Identität/Gehen/während Frost/lässt ihn aus Bett springen/morgens (beim o. nach Aufstehen)

Verwechselt Gegenwart mit Vergangenheit


Verächtlich (verachtet die Menschheit)/Unzufrieden/Unentschlossenheit

Unbesonnen/Überstürzt, vorschnell, unüberlegt,

Traurig (Kopfverletzung/durch Schicksalsschläge/wenn er sieht, dass andere

glücklich sind/durch traurige Geschichten/ängstlich)


Tanzen (grotesk)

Tadelt andere/Tadelsüchtig, krittlig

Suizidneigung; Neigung zum Selbstmord/Tod - Gefühl des Todes

Stupor (während Fieber)/Stumpfheit (nach Kopfverletzung/während Frost/> abends)

Stöhnen (im Schlaf)

Stimmung, Laune - veränderlich < nachts

Stilles Wesen/Starren, gedankenloses

Springen (aus dem Bett)

Spricht < von unangenehmen Dingen/undeutlich (während Konvulsion von Kopf und Armen)/schweift von einem Thema zum anderen, abschweifend/langsam/delirös

Spontan, impulsiv

Spielen - Verlangen zu spielen mit Kinderspielzeug/Spaßen (lächerlich o. albern)

Sonderbar, fremd, merkwürdig - Stimmen erscheinen/alles erscheint

Sinne - Vergehen, Schwinden der/abgestumpft, stumpf


Seufzen vor epileptischem Anfall

Selbstbetrachtung/Seelenruhe, Gelassenheit/Schweigsam

Schüchtern, zaghaft - schamhaft

Schreien (bei Schmerz/mit Schluckauf/im Schlaf/“Als ob sie schreien muss“ /Konvulsionen (epileptisch/während/vor)/Cri encéphalique)

Schreckliches und traurige Geschichten greifen sie stark an


Schizophrenie - katatonisch

Ruhelos Herumwerfen im Bett/nachts

Rollt, wälzt sich auf dem Boden herum

Reizbar, Gereizt (durch Blähungen)

Raserei, Tobsucht, Wut

Possen, spielt/Phantasien - übertrieben, hochfliegend


Naiv/Kindisches Verhalten, Benehmen

Mürrisch ((während)



Mitgefühl, Mitleid/Milde

Menschenfeindlich, Misantropie

Menschen - verabscheut Torheiten der Menschen

Meditieren, Nachdenken

Monomanie/Manie (mit Singen/schreiend/anfallweise/nachts - Tanzen/Lachen)/


Lustig, fröhlich

Lachen (sardonisch/krampfhaft/albern/nachts)


Konzentration schwierig

Klammert sich fest vor Konvulsionen


Impulse, krankhafte Triebe Absurdes zu tun

Imbezillität/ Idiotie

Ideen, Einfälle - Mangel an

Ichbezogen, Egotismus, Selbstüberschätzung


Hochmütig, arrogant

Heftig, vehement (Raserei, die zu Gewalttaten führt)

Hause, zu - Verlangen, nach Hause zu gehen

Hass (und Rachsucht/auf die Menschheit)

Gleichgültig, Apathie (nach Gehirnerschütterung/gegen Äußerlichkeiten, Äußerliches/allem gegenüber)

Gesten, Gebärden; macht (lächerlich o. albern/unwillkürliche Bewegungen der Hände (klatscht)

Gesellschaft abgeneigt (während Menses - Verlangt alleingelassen zu werden/

Abgeneigt gegen Anwesenheit von Fremden/vermeidet Anblick von Menschen)

Geräusche - Neigung Krach, Lärm zu machen

Geistige Anstrengung - Verlangt - abends/abgeneigt/>

Geisteskrankheit, Wahnsinn /im Wochenbett/mit Tanzen/Melancholie/anfallweise/

albern, lächerlich)/Geistesabwesend/in Gedanken versunken

Gedanken wandernd, umherschweifend/ Vergehen, Schwinden der Gedanken/ überlegt (über Fehler anderer)/Gedächtnisverlust (nach Kopfverletzung/nach epileptischen Anfall)/Gedächtnisschwäche (periodisch/für den eigenen Namen/für das, was er (eben getan hat/geschehen ist/gesagt hat)/für Ereignisse des Tages)

Froh (klatscht in Hände/springt aus dem Bett/und albern)

Fliehen, versucht zu

Fehler; macht - in Bezug auf Zeit (Zukunft mit Vergangenheit/Gegenwart mit Vergangenheit)/in Bezug auf Raum (und Zeit/in Bezug auf Orte


Erzählen der Symptome <

Erschreckt leicht

Erschöpfung; geistige

Erregung (mit Konvulsionen/nach Hören von Schrecklichem)


Erkennt nicht - eigenes haus o. Verwandten

Empfindlich (traurige Geschichten/gegen Geräusche)

Ekstase (periodisch (scheint zweimal täglich zu sterben/während Hitze)

Denken an Beschwerden - >

Delirium (mit Singen/schrecklich/rasend/manisch/brummt/Blick auf einen Punkt fixiert/flieht und springt plötzlich aus dem Bett auf/albern, töricht)


Bewusstlos (weiß nicht, wo er ist/periodisch/nach Konvulsion/während Frost

o. Fieber/automatische Bewegung/mit offenen Augen)/Betäubung (nach Kopfverletzung/ zwischen Konvulsionen)

Bewunderung, übermäßige

Beschwerden durch Verletzung/Unfälle/Streit/Streitigkeit/schlechte Nachrichten/ Erwartungsspannung

Beschimpfen, beleidigen, schmähen

Beschäftigung >.

Beleidigt, leicht


Auf-/Zusammenfahren ((„Wie“) durch Schreck/im Schlaf/leicht/durch Geräusche/im Bett)

Argwöhnisch, misstrauisch (Verlangt- Einsamkeit)

Antworten - Stupor kehrt schnell nach Antworten wieder/kurz angebunden/

antwortet wenn angesprochen, erkennt jedoch niemanden;

Angst (i.B. auf die Zukunft/mit Ohnmacht; Angst/vor Konvulsionen/mit

Schwitzen des Gesichtes/mit Furcht/durch Flatus/vor Anfälle/mittags)/Qualvolle Angst/Furcht [Unglück/Öffnen der Tür, wenn es dabei Schwierigkeiten gibt/wenn die Tür

geöffnet wird/mit Traurigkeit/in Menschenmenge/Menschen/Männern (aus Vertrauensverlust/ mit Verachtung)/drohender Krankheit/Konvulsionen (zeitlich)/Gesellschaft/durch Geräusche, (an der Tür)/drohender Gefahr/Entsetzen, panische Furcht - nachts]


Albernes Benehmen (nachts)

Aktivität; Verlangen nach

Abscheu vor dem Leben (> essend)

Abgeneigt - gegen Anblick bestimmter Menschen/gegen Männer (Vertrauensverlust/für Verachtung/verabscheut die Torheiten der Männer



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