Coffea cruda (Coff) = ungeröstete Kaffebohne von Coffea arabica           

 

= Bell.-ähnlich - benommen/= Nux-v.-ähnlich - gereizt/= Sulfur.-ähnlich + nicht so tiefschürfend/= für Herzinnervation wie Cact. für Herzmuskel;

Thema: Arbeit; Lösung: negativ: Übermüden; positiv: Auszeit nehmen;

Leitsatz: Ich weiß nicht;

Vergiftung: Erregung wie Rausch + Ohrensausen/Kopfschmerz/Schwindel/Herzklopfen/ Muskelsteifheit/schlaflos/Unruhe/Gedankenverwirrung/Delirium/Krampf/Durchfall/ Verstopfung./HarnDRANG/übel,

chronisch: Muskelschwäche/Verstopfung/nervöse Plethora/Hämorrhoiden/Dispepsie/Akne;

Gebrauch: aufputschend - alle Organfunktionen verschnellt (Puls/Atem/Denken) - Nervosität - Zittern - vermehrte Urin- und Stuhlausscheidung - exzessive pathologische Steigerung

der Organfunktionen - gesteigerter Appetit;

[Ruth Heather Hull]

The Pharmacological Effects of Coffea cruda

A cup of brewed coffee contains a wealth of chemical compounds, most notably caffeine, citric acid, chlorogenic acids, phenols, acetylaldehyde, trigonelline, malic acid and potassium

(Coffeechemistry.com: online) and coffee has both positive and negative effects on the human body.

According to the American Chemical Society (viewed online at coffeechemistry.com), caffeine blocks adenosine receptors in the brain. Adenosine has many functions, but one of them is

as a neuromodulator that promotes sleep and regulates blood flow.

In blocking adenosine receptors, caffeine increases wakefulness.

Caffeine is metabolised into three different molecules in the liver. These are theobromine which increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the brain; paraxanthine which enhances athletic

performance; and theophylline which increases heart rate and ability to concentrate.

Together, these metabolites increase brain activity and a sense of wakefulness. Hence, health benefits of caffeine include an increased alertness, increased arousal and an increased ability for the body to cope with stress (Persad, 2011); a shortened reaction time; increased time of auditory and visual vigilance; improved visual acuity; a thermogenic effect; increased basal metabolism; a lipolytic effect; and increased elimination of carbon dioxide (Caballero, 2003: 1513).

Coffee supplies the body with niacin, potassium, manganese and magnesium as well as soluble dietary fiber (Caballero, 2003: 1512). The aroma and taste of coffee are thought to

help enhance relaxation and give one a sense of well-being. Coffee contains chlorogenic acids which have a cholagogic effect on the body and studies show that it lowers the risk of

gallstone formation as well as various liver diseases (Vermeulen and Johnston, 2011c: 623).

However, the caffeine in coffee also has negative effects on the body: it increases the time needed to fall asleep; decreases sleep duration; increases glycogen-glucose transformation

and has a diuretic effect (Caballero, 2003: 1513). It also increases blood pressure and respiratory rate and excites the small intestine. Amounts of more than 300g per day of

caffeine impair learning; congest memory replay; impair motor skills; and can bring on anxiety, panic attacks and hallucinations (Persad, 2011). Very high amounts of caffeine can cause

caffeine intoxication bringing on symptoms of “nervousness, irritability, anxiety, muscle-twitching, insomnia, headaches and palpitations” (Persad, 2011). Large amounts of coffee also have

negative effects on male fertility by reducing sperm motility rates (Vermeulen and Johnston, 2011c: 630);

Kind/Anhang: nervös/lebhaft/glänzende Augen/rotes Gesicht/können nicht schlafen/ruhelos/ADD. Zahnungsprobleme, Säugling: schreit/schlaflos

Kinder können es manchmal nicht ertragen, herumgetragen zu werden. weint # lacht leicht;

Positiv: temperamentvoll/fröhlich/ausgelassen/lebhaft/munter/erfrischt anderen und muntert auf/beschwingt/beweglich/Arbeit geht flott von der Hand/zaudert nicht lange, erledigt alle Handlungen flink und behände/heiter und gelassen hin. Scharfe Sinne/gute Auffassungsfähigkeit/erstaunliches Erinnerungsvermögen und lebhafte Phantasie. Witzig/fröhlich/ausgelassen/beweglich,

Geist + Körper = Aktiv/Fantasie/romantisch;

Negativ: A. Erschöpft, B. Gereizt, C. Ungeduld, D. alle Funktionen gesteigert/aktiver Geist + Ideenfluss (wandernd/schmiedet Plänen/Erwartung kommende Ereignisse/stellt Theorien auf/kann darum nicht einschlafen)/macht Sinnen EMPfindlich + aktiviert (Gehör/Sehen/Gerüche/Tastsinn + < Berührung), E. Schmerz = unverträglich (+ ohne sichtbaren Befund), F. < frische Luft + abgeneigt;

 

möchte zurück in der frühen/behüteten Kindheit Launisch, Todesangst, Sinnesorganen + Nerven = sensiTIV (Geräusche), schlafLOS; Reue/sozial anpassend,

kaum soziale Kontakten/von Familie (Mutter) abgewiesen ,

kreative und arbeitsame Kinder und Erwachsene, mit Schlaflosigkeit, Überaktivität, Schmerzempfindlichkeit, Schwitzen ...

lang/mager/gebeugt/dunkel, Menopause,

heiter + Jähzorn geneigt ohne Bösartigkeit; wechselnde Stimmung.

Schmerz = unerträglich/treibt zur Verzweiflung. Schmerz > kaltes Wasser;

Nervöse Verdauungsstörung/plötzlich (Menses); > durch Erbrechen; qualvoll, obwohl es dem Patienten sonst gut geht

Zahnschmerz + > kaltes Wasser im Mund Migräne,

Schlaflos durch geistige/körperliche Überanstrengung.

< + frische Luft abgeneigt/Wein/nachts > hinlegen/ kaltes Wasser

>: Coffea-Zahnschmerz durch Spülung mit kaltem Wasser/Zähne Zusammenbeißen/Kälte und Urinabgang/Wärme/Hinlegen/Eis im Mund halten/Licht/lockern der Kleidung.

<: Berührung/Bewegung/kalte und frischer Luft/Wärme/nach vorne beugend/durch Eile/in Erwartung freudiger Ereignisse/müde/Musik/Nachrichten/Narkotika/starke Gerüche/Lärm/im Freien/nachts (vor Mitternacht)/durch Schlafmittel/Entbindung/Klimakterium/hinsetzend/Überessen/kaltem Wind/heiß Baden/Eile/Mitleid/Kleiderdruck; Abgeneigt: Getränke/Kaffee/Speisen/Rauchen der gewohnten Zigarre/Berührung/Abhängig =/sprechen/getragen zu sein/entblößen während Fieber;

[remedia.at]

Ursache:

für Säuglinge, deren Mütter in der Schwangerschaft häufig Kaffee getrunken haben

übermäßige Freude oder Erwartungsspannung (am Vorabend oder nach einem erlebnisreichen Tag)

Symptome:

erregbar, überaktiv und schlaflos (wie nach viel Kaffeetrinken)

überempfindlich für alle Sinnesreize (Geräusche, Gerüche, Licht) und Schmerzen (treiben zur Verzweiflung)

erstes Mittel für drohenden Schlaganfall mit Röte des Kopfes, Blutstau im Kopf, Hitze, Erregung und starkem Herzrasen

Kind zuckt beim kleinsten Geräusch zusammen und erwacht

Symptome, die jeder kennt, der einmal zu viel Kaffee getrunken hat: Schlaflosigkeit, Schwitzen, Zittern, Herzrasen, evtl. Durchfall

Zahnschmerzen in der Schwangerschaft

Fieber, Durchfall, Weinerlichkeit und Schlaflosigkeit während der Zahnung

<: Geräusche/Aufregung (auch positive)/geistige Anstrengung/im Freien/Erkältung/Wein;

>: Wärme/Schlafen/kaltes Wasser (bei Zahnschmerzen);

[Ruth Heather Hull]

Homoeopathically, this remedy is characterised by over-sensitiveness (noise and pain).

Kent (2013: 456): “Coffea has a painful sensitiveness of the skin beyond comprehension”.

Nash (2013: 130): compares its analgesic effects to the well-known analgesic remedies Cham. and Acon.

Used primarily for disorders of the nervous system, the circulatory system and for a person who is excitable, overactive and oversensitive (Vermeulen, 2000: 541).

 

The Original Proving of

Coffea cruda according to Hughes (1991: 422), the original proving of Coffea cruda was conducted by 5 people, one of whom was Hahnemann, and was recorded by Stapf who wrote that the primary effect of Coffea cruda was “a pathological excitation of all the organic functions” with a “peculiar pathological excitation of the mind and soul”.

[Philipp Zippermayr]

Emotional zum Bersten angespannt; meint, mit eigenen Ansprüchen nicht hervortreten, sich nicht exponieren zu dürfen (Ejakulation versagt beim Koitus, Kopfschmerz Erregung; Bewusstlosigkeit

bei Gemütserregung; Apathie gegen Unangenehmes; schreckhaft), weil es glaubt, nur, wenn es sich fügt, ohne zu protestieren und nur wenn es sich bevormunden, benutzen lässt, sozial wertgeschätzt ist (Schmerz Oberkiefer + Schläfen; Herzklopfen + reichlich Urin; Furcht, berührt zu werden; Wahnidee, sei ein Verbrecher, von Erhabenheit);

emotional zum Bersten, jede emotionale Berührung (freudig, traurig) führt zur Ausbrüchen (Neuralgien, Durchfall, Asthma, Bluthochdruck, Krämpfe); Versagensangst (Lampenfieber);

aktiv; heiter; empfindlich; Vernachlässigung, kippt in Zorn oder Verzweiflung;

* extreme Schmerz- oder Geräuschempfindlichkeit (extrem kritikempfindlich, so dass leiseste Erregung zu Reaktionen führt); sehr schreckhaft (Schreckfolge, Schock, Unfalltrauma);

Emotional zum Bersten angespannt; meint, mit eigenen Ansprüchen nicht hervortreten, sich nicht exponieren zu dürfen, weil es nur, wenn es sich fügt, ohne zu protestieren und nur

wenn es sich bevormunden, benutzen lässt, sozial wertgeschätzt ist;

Strategie: sich im Wunsch, zu entsprechen, zurückhalten;

TCM: Nervous agitation and restlessness; extreme sensitiveness, neuralgia, intolerance of pain; bad effects of sudden emotions; convulsions in children; “As if the body would burst”,

feeling of fullness and pressure; remedy of "over-". Tongue dry. Pulse full, frequent, irregular, can be small and weak. TCM: Hot/Fire Wind. Typical example of the influence of Emotions,

best known for "Ailments from excess of Joy"..... nice convergence of TCM and Homeopathy;

1. A. + mehr Muskelspannkraft + beweglicher/Sexverlangen/AppeTIT/ häufige Stühle Wasser lassen/schlaflos, handelt schnell/witzig, antwortet kurz angebunden + unzusammenhängend,

2. Kongestion/Herzklopfen/Blähungen, 3. Trübsinnig/ermattet/Impotent, 4. Alle Funktionen gestört;

Ursachen: Aufregung/unerwartete Emotionen/enttäuschte romantische Gefühlen/(Kaffeekonsum) verlassen von Mutter/Koffein-/Tee-/Alkoholmissbrauch/Folgen von freudigen o. angenehme Überraschungen/anregenden Gesprächen/Streit/Lärm/unglücklicher Liebe/übermäßiger Freude o. Lachen/Furcht/ Heftigkeit/enttäuschte o. unglückliche o. geistige Liebe/Gasvergiftung/Missbrauch von Jod - allopathischer Medikamente, Nachschwärmerei/Verachtung/Schock/Zorn.

Verlangt: (kreativer) Aktivität)/Tab;

 

Komplementär: Acon. Am-m. Cars. Cham (= An). Ign. Nat-m (Coff = A). Puls.

             

Folgt gut: Bel-p. Cham. Cycl. Op. Thea. Sulph.

Gut gefolgt von: Acon. Asaf. Aur-met. Aur-m. Bell. Cham. Fl-ac, Ign. Lyc. Nux-v. Op. Puls. Sulph.

 

Vergleich: enthält: K + Mn + fats + carbohydrates + organic acids + phenolic acids + nitrogen compounds + traces of the alkaloids trigonelline, theophylline and theobromine);

Anag. Prototyp von Bacts-10 . Chin. Ip. Coff. unterstützt: Dig. + Coc-c. + Colch. + Kamfer;

Cich. = Coff. - Tachykardie and nervöse Beschwerden (= Wegwarte/= Chicoré sauvage/= Wild chicory/= Sonnenwirbel/= Cich/= Zigeunerblume/= Blue Dandelion/= Blue-sailors/= (Wild/Garden) Chicory/= Coffeeweed/= Endive/= (Wild) Succory);

Coffea arabica (= Bergkaffee/Bonsaigruppe.).x

Carbo coffeae w

Gali-a. [Seeds = a substitute for Coff. (dried and slightly roasted/Sweden].

Strychnos henningsii. (= Afrikaans: koffiehardepeer/rooi bitter bessie, English: coffee bean strychnos/= coffee hard pear/= Natal teak/= panda’s strychnos/= walking stick/Zulu: umdunye/umnonono, umqalothi).

DD.: Acon. Ang. Asar. Cham. Chin. Ign. Nux-v. Op. Phos. Ther. Zinc-met.

Catha edulis. (Ephe-/= Amphetamin- + schwach/= Coca-/= Coff-/= Ritalin-ähnlich).

Gymno. (= Geweihbaum/= Kentucky coffeetree/= doodsbeenderenboom).

Rham-cal. = Kreuzdorn/= Coffeetree

Trios. = Fieberwurz/= Wilder Ipecacuanhawurzel/= Wild Coffee

Comparison. Belladonna and Coffea

Comparison of Psychoactive Plant Drug Group to General Drug Remedy Themes. (Ruth Heather Hall)

Erregung Voisin S. 314 + 487

Schlaflos Voisin S. 449

Erregt + empfindLICH Voisin S. 459

Siehe: Gentianales + Anagallisgruppe + Bonsaigruppe + Gemeinschaftsgruppe+ Valeriannebengruppe + Anhang (Ruth Heather Hull/Ursula Sommer/Irene Witzel/Philipp Zippermayr/Subhuti Dharmananda) + Anhang 2 (Ulrike Sommer)

Ars (schwach + unruhig) Chin. * (schlaflos durch Gedankenfluss)

Bell (roten Kopf/heiß/geweitete Pupillen * Lach (handelt schnell/lustig)

Chin Morind-? Coff

* (Kaffeeklatsch) Ang (schüchtern/kleinmutig/Verdruss/teilt Emotionen mit) Nux-v (empfindlich)/Rhus-t (Unruhe)

* Ephe Camph

Nux-v (irritiert/kleinlich) (schlaflos/witzig) Bell (roten Kopf/heiß/geweitete Pupillen)/Cham (Schmerz = unerträglich)

Nux-v (ambitiös/böswillig) (weniger) Lach (witzig)

Lyc (buckelt nach oben + tritt nach unten/> nach essen) Mate * (schlaflos/frühreif)

Rhus-t (> Bewegung) + Arn (wund/< Berührung/Bluterguss) + * (zittern/< abends) = Bad (< morgens/Bewegung/Haut blau verfärbt)

Coffeagruppe

Cacao. = Coff-ähnlich

Caul. = wie Coff

Cich. = Coff. – Tachykardie/nervöse Beschwerden/als Kaffeesubstitut gebraucht

Coff. = Bell.-ähnlich - benommen/= Nux-v.-ähnlich - gereizt

Coffin. = Coff + Herzbeschwerden + < Erregung/= Cham-ähnlich,

Coff-t.

Ephe. = Coff-ähnlich/= Adren-ähnlich/= vegetabiles Extasy

Mate. hat gleiche Anteil Coffin, aber LANGsamer freigesetzt

Peumus boldo.

Senec. = vor Frauen wie Coff vor Männer

Unverträglich: Aster. Arg-n. Aur-nm. Bov. Calen. Camph. Canth. Carc. Caul. Caus. Cina. Cist. Clem. Cocc. Ferr. Hell. Ign. Iod. Ip. Lac-ac. Lup.

Lyc. Mill. Nux-v. Stram. Rhus-t. Stry. Sulph. Valer. Vinc. Fieber. Migräne.             Wein/Weihrauch

Antidotiert: Nach Angabe von Vithoulkas alle Mitteln

giftige Pflanzen. Erfrieren. Nikotin. Alkohol. Kaffee.       

 

Antidotiert von: Acet-ac. Acon. Am-m. Arn. Aspar. Bell. Brom. Caps. Caust. Ham. Chin. Cic. Coc-c. Grat. Guai. Ign. Merc. Nux-v. Op. Puls. Sulph. Tab. Tub.                 Kaffee.

nach Kaffeegebrauch: Adren. Cham. Coff. Guaran. Ign. Merc. Nux-v. Sulph.

Wirkung: 1 - 7 Tage   psorisch/lymphatisch/sanguinisch/choleirisch/typhoid/raboid

Bier verträgt sich besser mit Tee; Wein besser mit Kaffee,

 

Allerhand: [Ruth Heather Hull]

History and Mythology of Coffea cruda

Coffee is one of the most commonly used psychoactive drinks in the world and it has a rich and interesting history.

Coffee’s use dates back as far as 900 BC where references to it can be found both in Arabian legends and in Homer’s writings where he mentions “a mysterious black and bitter beverage with the

power to ward off sleep” (Erowid, 2002).

Legend: Ethiopian goatherd named Kaldi noticed that his goats, upon eating berries from a specific tree, became so spirited that they could not sleep at night. He reported his findings to

the abbot of the local monastery who made a drink from the berries which then kept him awake during his evening prayer. From here, word of the energizing effects of coffee began to spread

(National Coffee Association USA, n.d.).

Although first discovered by an Ethiopian, it was the Arabs who originally cultivated and traded it. Public coffee houses, called “qahveh khaneh”, opened in cities across the Near East and because

they attracted performers, musicians and stimulating conversations they were soon referred to as “Schools of the Wise” and coffee became known as the “wine of Araby”.

By the 17th Century coffee had been introduced to Europe (National Coffee Association USA). Yet, despite its growing popularity, it was also a controversial substance. Roden (cited in Vermeulen

and Johnston, 2011 c: 628) writes that “coffee became a subversive drink, gathering people together and sharpening their wits, encouraging political arguments and revolt”.

By the mid-17th century European and British coffee houses were becoming known as “penny universities” - centers of social activity and stimulating conversation all for the price of one penny

(which could buy one cup of coffee). Businesses, such as Lloyd’s of London, actually grew out of these specialized coffee houses and “it was a coffeehouse conversation that catalysed Newton’s

composition of his Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy” (Vermeulen and Johnston, 2011c: 591). Many great philosophers and writers (Voltaire/Rousseau/Kant) were lovers of this ‘cerebral

liquor’ and the French novelist de Balzac, was thought to have drunk approximately 50,000 cups of coffee in 30 years.

Despite coffee consumption flourishing in Europe and Britain during the 17th century, it was only in the 18th century when Americans revolted against heavy taxes imposed on tea that they began to

drink more coffee.

This revolt was known as the Boston Tea Party of 1773 and was integral to the start of the American Revolution (National Coffee Association USA, n.d.).

Amongst homoeopaths, coffee has always been a ‘touchy’ topic, perhaps because Hahnemann himself was so against it. According to Vermeulen and Johnston (2011c : 629), Hahneman found coffee

to be a pernicious thing’, saying it “throws life off its natural rhythm, it diminishes and almost annihilates the disagreeable sensations analogous to the wise organization of our bodies, it creates a life

artificially doubled, artificially exalted!”

Hahnemann believed that coffee antidoted homoeopathic treatment and that it also endangered the soul of Germany: “I well know that to abound in luxuriant imaginations, to compose lascivious

romances and to make flippant jocular and pointed poems, the German must drink coffee”.

Today coffee is a huge commodity. According to the National Coffee Drinking Trends market research report for 2013, 83% of American adults drink coffee and Americans consume more coffee

than they do soft drinks (National Coffee Association USA, n.d.).

Every year it continues to grow in popularity and as Fuller (cited in Vermeulen and Johnston, 2011c: 629) said: “The popularity of coffeehouses reveals a continuing connection between coffee and

spirituality – and more particularly, a spirituality that flourishes outside our official religious institutions. Corner coffee shops, sixtiesish coffeehouses, and even the neighbourhood “Kaffeeklatsch

provide a forum of spirited -and spiritual-human exchange”.

Ursprung: Äthiopien; Junge Kaffeebäume brauchen Schutz gegen Wind/Sonne,

Eletteria cardamomum (= Cardamon) entgiftet Kaffee wenn zugefügt während Zubereitung

Pulverkaffe enthält 2x so viel Coffn als Coff-t.

Jungfrau, Sonne-Saturn und Uranus-Chiron.

Repertorium:

Sinne empfindLICH/Händezittern (weiß nicht was sie mit Händen anzufangen/Trigeminusneuralgien [(<) nachts]/Krämpfe nach Überreizung/Wochenbett/mit Zähneknirschen

gute Konzentrationskraft/nervös/gereizt/Konzentration gestört. Unruhe/auf Langsamkeit anderer wird mit Gereiztheit reagiert (Nux-v./Arn.)/

Augen: Verträgt kein Kerzenlicht/vom breiten, trüben Hof umgeben/schmerzhaften Druck in Augenbrauen/“Wie Nebel vor Augen“/unscharfem Sehen mit zusammenkneifen/Schmerz/“Wie Fremdkörper“/Stiche (im Augenlid)

Ohren: Gehör empfindLICH/Musik klingt stark und gellend/Widerwillen gegen Geräusche = unangenehm, Ohrneuralgien, Sausen/

Herz/Kreislauf: Tachycardien/unregelmäßiges Herzklopfen (nervös/+ häufigem Wasserlassen)/Kreislaufschwäche/kräftigen + schneller Herzschlag (= Nicot-ähnLICH);

Pulsfrequenz gesteigert aber nicht sehr kräftig/eher klein/schwach o. intermittierend. Coff = für Herzinnervation wie Cact für Herzmuskel ist. Herzbeschwerden durch FREUDE/Ärger/Schreck/Zorn/Kaffee-/Alkohol-/Nikotingebrauch..Herzempfindumgen + niedriger Reizschwelle gegen Schmerz/Geräusche/Gerüche/„oft überdreht und „Noch eine Kleinigkeit und der Kreislauf zusammenbricht“/“Als ob 2 Ltr Kaffee getrunken.“. Kreislaufschwankungen (+ Schweißausbrüchen/Kleidung = klatschnass“.

Mund: Zähne: empfindlich/Schmerz < nachts/Menses/Schwangerschaft; > Eis/kaltes Wasser („Wie Neuralgie“)/Zucken innerlich/“Wie Stromschlag“ /schwieriges Zahnen

seltsamer scharfer o. süßlicher Geschmack/trockene Mund/kleine Entzündungen der Mundhöhle/Zunge gräulich belegt + roten Rand, Bläschen auf Zungenspitze

Magen: Durst (nachts + erwacht öfters zum Trinken)/DURST ohne Hitze/ohne trockene Mund/ isst + trinkt hastig (gierig)

Magendruck nach Essen/“Als ob Magen überladen“/Druckempfindlichkeit gegen Kleidung in der Magenregion. Magenkrämpfe, Blähsucht.+ galliges Erbrechen. Auch morgendliches Erbrechen von eiweißartigem Schleim und Schmerz in Magengrube. Magensymptome oft + dick belegten Zunge/Übelkeit/jede Aufregung schlug sofort auf den Magen/“Wie permanent brodelnder Magensäure + Brennen im Magen ohne Aufstoßen/Magendruck und Magenschmerzen/Magenschmerz > hand drauf halten.

Bauch: stinkende Blähungen/wässrige und schmerzlose Durchfälle (Zahnen/gestillte Kindern/nach Aufregung Hausfrau mit Schwierigkeiten/Überarbeitung/Sorgen)/Durchfall nach Erkältung./Absonderung von extrem leuchtendem, rotem Blut/Hämorrhoiden/Schmerz im Darm/Durchfall beim Stuhlgang morgens

Weibliche Organen: Ausfluss schleimig/milchig/urinierend stärker (blutig + TAUB und äußeren Geschlechtsorgane empfindLICH).

„Wie Krampf“ tief in der Uterusregion. Es kommt zur Sinneswahrnehmung, „Als ob etwas nach außen drückt + kann nicht“ da es ständig Spasmen auslöst.

Produces marked excitement - pulse, hypertension, heartbeat.

Generals: Desires: coffee/meat;

COFFEA CRUDA (coff.) * Nervous sensitivity.

MIND:

 - Nervous EXCITABILITY./SENSITIVE to all stimuli, PAIN. Impressionable.

 - AILMENTS from EXCESSIVE JOY, sudden pleasant surprises. - Moments of great euphoria, ecstasy.

 - Highly sensitive persons. Excitable, cheerful, happy. Later: Overexcitement, agitation, nervousness, fear.

 - Fear of death from pain (during labor).

 - Mildness. Easy suppressed (Staph.). Sentimental.

 - Less will power to make a decision. Insecurity inside.

 - Laughing # crying.

 - Easy comprehension. Perceive rapidly (Lach/Phos/Sulph/Verat.).

 - Racing mind (Med/Lach.). Hurried (Tarent.).

 - Lively fancies. Full of plans for the future (Chin.).

 - Memory active until midnight. Clearness of mind in evening, at night.

GENERALITIES: - - - Increased SENSIBILTY of senses

 - Neuralgic pains.

 - < Noise/touch/stimulants/Anger/excitement/excessive joy/pleasant surprises/odors/taste/open air. > Sleep. Warmth (except face/toothache).

 - Weakness.

HEAD: - - - Headache < joy/noise/narcotics/footsteps/music/touch, etc.

 - Pain as if a nail were driven in head (Ign/Spig/Thuj.).

 - Congestion while speaking, after pleasant surprise.

EYE: - - -- Can read fine print better. Power of vision increased.

EAR: - - - - Acute hearing, overhears distant sounds. Noise hurts.

 - Hardness of hearing with noise of buzzing.

NOSE: - - - - Acute, sensitive smell.

FACE: - - - - Neuralgia < noise, excitement, joy; > cold, ice.

 - Heat with red cheeks.

MOUTH: - - - - Acute taste.

TEETH: - - - - Pain > holding cold water in mouth.

 Pain ext. to fingertips. with restlessness and anxiety.

STOMACH: - - - - Hasty eating and drinking. Appetite increased.

 - Intolerance of tight clothing.

 - Thirst at night, wakens him.

ABDOMEN:- - - - Intolerance of clothing.

 - Colic which seems unendurable, intestines feel cut to pieces.

MALE GENITALIA: - - - - Hot, itching. Desire increased.

 - Nocturnal emissions followed by loquacity and irritability.

FEMALE GENITALIA: - - - - Dysmenorrhea. Severe afterpains and labor pains with fear of death.

 - Hypersensitive to touch (Plat.), can hardly bear a napkin during menses.

 - Voluptuous itching, but to sensitive to rub or scratch.

 - Menses too early, long-lasting, large clots of black blood.

COUGH: - - - - Short, dry, hacking, nervous cough, < night, after measles; with sleeplessness and anxiety. Feels exhausted after coughing.

CHEST: - - - - Violent, irregular palpitations from excessive joy or excitement.

 - Sudden rise of blood pressure.

 - Emaciation of mammae.

EXTREMITIES: - - - - Sciatic neuralgia < motion, afternoon, night, > pressure.

 - Trembling of hands if trying to hold them still.

 - Pain in limbs < noise./Pains extend to fingers.

SLEEP: - - - - SLEEPLESSNESS: at night, sleepy all day (Staph.). from mental EXCITEMENT, after excessive joy.

-         Waking with many thoughts/ideas./waking from slight noise.

 

[Reversed Kent's Repertory/Presented by Sylvain Cazalet]

 Mind: anger, irascibility (p. 2)

 anger, ailments after anger, vexation, etc. (p. 2)

 anguish (p. 3)

 anxiety (with fear)

 capriciousness (p. 10)

 cheerful, gay, happy (See Mirth) (p. 10)

 complaining (See Lamenting) (p. 12)

 confusion of mind (See Concentration) (p. 13)

 confusion, paroxysms of pain, during (p. 15)

 delirium, maniacal (p. 19)

 delusions, imaginations, hallucinations, illusions (beautiful landscape/think is away from home/voices)

 despair [+ pain (in the stomach)]

 ecstasy (See Exhilaration) (p. 39)

 excitement – at night/excitable/during chill/emotional, ailments from/during perspiration/reading/

exhilaration (p. 41)

 fancies, exaltation of (p. 41)

 fear of – apoplexy/death (during labor)/from pain/of evil/from pleasant surprises (p. 47)

 fright, complaints from (p. 49)

 hurry (drinking)

 hysteria (p. 52)

 ideas abundant – evening/at night/with clearness of mind (p. 52)

insanity in drunkards

irritability

ailments, from excessive joy

lamenting, bemoaning, wailing etc. (compare weeping) (over trifles)

ailments from disappointed love

mania-a-potu (p. 64)

 memory active (evening until midnight)

mirth, hilarity, liveliness, etc. (p. 65)

 nymphomania (p. 68)

 plans, making many (p. 69)

 quick to act (See Thoughts rapid) (p. 70)

 remorse (p. 71)

 restless, nervous (during menses)

sadness, mental depression (p. 75)

 senses, acute (p. 78)

 sensitive, oversensitive (See Offended) (p. 78)

 sensitive, noise, to (p. 79)

 sensitive, noise, to, labor, during (p. 79)

 sensitive, noise, to, slightest (p. 79)

 sensitive, noise, to, stepping, of (p. 79)

 sentimental (p. 79)

 shrieking, pain, with the (p. 80)

 sighing, heat, during (p. 80)

 starting, sleep, on falling (p. 83)

 starting, sleep, from sleep (p. 83)

 surprises, pleasant, affections, after (p. 85)

 theorizing (See Plans) (p. 87)

 thoughts, rapid, quick, etc. (p. 88)

 touched, aversion to being (p. 89)

 tranquility (p. 89)

 unconsciousness (p. 89)

 unconsciousness, emotion, after (p. 90)

 unconsciousness, parturition, during (p. 90)

 vivacious (p. 91)

 weeping, tearful mood, etc. (p. 92)

 weeping, alternating with laughter (p. 93)

 weeping, headache, with (p. 93)

 weeping, joy, from (p. 93)

 weeping, menses, during (p. 94)

 weeping, pains, with the (p. 94)

 witty (p. 95)

 Vertigo:

 coughing, on (p. 98)

 headache, during (p. 99)

 motion, from (agg.) (p. 101)

 rocking, from (agg.) (p. 103)

 Head: cerebral hæmorrhage (p. 108)

 congestion, hyperæmia, etc. (See Fullness, Pulsation) (p. 109)

 congestion, excitement, after a pleasant surprise (p. 110)

 crackling sensation in, vertex (p. 114)

Pain viele

Eye: brilliant (p. 235)

< heat

open, half open (p. 247)

 pain, burning, headache, during (p. 253)

 photophobia (p. 261)

 pupils, dilated (p. 263)

 Ear: noises, buzzing (p. 294)

 noises, buzzing, left (p. 295)

 noises, cracking (p. 295)

 Hearing: acute (p. 321)

 acute, music, to (p. 321)

 acute, noises, to (p. 321)

 acute, perspiration, during (p. 321)

 acute, step, every (p. 321)

 acute, voices and talking (p. 321)

 Nose: epistaxis, stool, while straining at (p. 338)

 smell, acute (p. 349)

 smell, acute, strong odors (p. 349)

 Face: discoloration, bluish, spasm of glottis (p. 358)

 Red (p. 361) (with excitement/during headache/with toothache]

 heat (p. 375) [during chill/after eating/during labor]

 pain (aching, prosopalgia, etc.) (p. 379)

 pain, excitement (agg.) (p. 381)

 pain, mental exertion agg. (p. 382)

 pain, noise agg. (p. 382)

 pain, touch agg. (p. 383)

 pain, extending to, fingers (p. 383)

 perspiration (p. 390)

 Mouth: inflammation, palate, velum (p. 406)

 salivation, pregnancy, during (p. 418)

 taste, acute (p. 421)

 taste, sweetish (p. 426)

 Teeth: grinding, convulsive (p. 432)

 grinding, sleep, during (p. 432)

 pain, toothache in general (p. 433)

 pain, anxiety, with (p. 435)

 pain, children (p. 436)

 pain, cold, anything, amel. (p. 436)

 pain, cold, cold water amel. (p. 436)

 pain, excitement, from (agg.) (p. 437)

 pain, hot food, from (See Warm) (p. 437)

 pain, intermittent (See Paroxysmal) (p. 437)

 pain, masticating, from (agg.) (p. 437)

 pain, menses, during (p. 437)

 pain, nervous patients (p. 437)

 pain, noise agg. (p. 437)

 pain, pulsating (p. 438)

 pain, soundin (p. 438)

 pain, warm drinks, from (agg.) (p. 439)

 pain, warm, things (agg.) (p. 439)

 pain, warmth, external (agg.) (p. 439)

 pain, jerking (p. 443)

 pain, neuralgic (p. 443)

 pain, pressing, as if too close (p. 444)

 pain, tearing (p. 445)

 Throat: elongated uvula (p. 451)

 inflammation (p. 453)

 pain (p. 458)

 pain, air, cold, amel. (p. 458)

 pain, swallowing, on (p. 459)

 pain, sore, air, cold, from (p. 463)

 swelling, uvula (p. 469)

 Stomach: appetite, diminished (p. 476)

 appetite, ravenous, canine, excessive (p. 478)

 appetite, wanting (p. 479)

 aversion, coffee (p. 480)

 disordered (p. 486)

 heaviness, weight, oppression (See Fullness) (p. 501)

 hiccough (p. 501)

 indigestion (Includes Complaints After Substances Not Otherwise Described) (p. 503)

 nausea, in (p. 510)

 thirst, night (p. 528)

 thirst, night, waking, on (p. 528)

 thirst, heat, during (p. 529)

 thirst, perspiration, during (p. 529)

 vomiting, headache, during (p. 533)

 vomiting, bile (p. 535)

 vomiting, mucus (p. 538)

 Abdomen: hernia, inguinal (p. 552)

 hernia, inguinal, strangulated (p. 552)

 pain, aching, dull pain (See Boring, Drawing, Distress, Digging, Gnawing, Pressing, etc.) (p. 554)

 pain, despair, driving to (p. 557)

 pain, menses, during (p. 559)

 pain, pressure agg. (p. 559)

 pain, cramping, griping (p. 573)

 pain, cramping, griping, menses, during (p. 575)

 Rectum: constipation (See Inactivity) (p. 606)

 diarrhœa (p. 609)

 diarrhœa, chamomile, after abuse of (p. 611)

 diarrhœa, dentition, during (p. 612)

 diarrhœa, domestic cares from (p. 612)

 diarrhœa, joy, sudden, from (p. 613)

 diarrhœa, painless (p. 614)

 flatus, offensive (p. 618)

 hæmorrhoids (p. 619)

 Stool: copious (p. 636)

 thin, liquid (p. 642)

 watery, (p. 643)

 Bladder: urination, frequent (p. 657)

 Urine: colorless (p. 685)

 copious (increased) (p. 685)

 Male organs: erections, wanting (impotency) (p. 696)

 relaxed, scrotum (p. 709)

 sexual passion, increased (p. 711)

 Female organs: desire, increased (p. 716)

 eruptions (p. 717)

 inflammation, uterus (p. 719)

 inflammation, uterus, joy, excessive (p. 719)

 itching (p. 720)

 itching, menses, during (p. 720)

 itching, voluptuous (p. 720)

 lochia, copious (p. 723)

 menses, clotted (p. 725)

 menses, copious (p. 725)

 menses, frequent, too early, too soon (p. 726)

 menses, painful, dysmenorrhœa (p. 727)

 menses, protracted (p. 728)

 metrorrhagia (p. 729)

 metrorrhagia, active (p. 729)

 metrorrhagia, coagulated (p. 730)

 metrorrhagia, motion agg. (p. 730)

 pain, uterus (See Pain) (p. 733)

 pain, after-pains (p. 735)

 pain, cramping, uterus, menses, during (p. 737)

 pain, labor-like (p. 739)

 pain, labor pains, ceasing (p. 739)

 pain, labor pains, distressing (p. 739)

 pain, labor pains, excessive (p. 739)

 pain, labor pains, ineffectual (p. 739)

 pain, labor pains, irregular (p. 739)

 pain, sore, vagina (p. 741)

 sensitive (p. 744)

 sensitive, vagina (p. 744)

 sterility (p. 744)

 Larynx and trachea: catarrh (p. 746)

 constriction, larynx, sleep, during (p. 747)

 laryngismus stridulus (p. 750)

 pain, rawness, larynx (p. 753)

 voice, hoarseness (p. 758)

 voice, hoarseness, morning (p. 759)

 voice, hoarseness, morning, waking, on (p. 759)

 voice, rough (p. 761)

 Respiration: anxious (p. 762)

 Asthmatic (in morning/after emotions)

 Gasping (p. 772)

 Cough: air, open (agg.) (p. 782)

 constant (p. 784)

 constriction, larynx (p. 784)

 dry (p. 786)

 dry, air, open air (agg.) (p. 788)

 short (p. 803)

 Chest: anxiety, heart, region of (p. 823)

 emaciation, mammæ (p. 829)

 fullness (p. 832)

 milk absent (p. 837)

 oppression (p. 838)

 pain, stitching, coughing (p. 864)

 palpitation heart – anxiety/after exaltation/after excitement/after fright/after joy/after surprise

Back: coldness, evening, after lying down (p. 885)

 heat (p. 890)

 pain, aching, sacrum (p. 918)

 pain, labor-like (p. 928)

 Extremities: coldness (p. 956)

 jerking, hand (p. 1030)

 lightness, sensation of (p. 1033)

 pain, noise (p. 1045)

 pain, upper limbs (p. 1049)

 pain, upper limbs, extending, face to fingers (p. 1051)

 pain, lower limbs, cold amel. (p. 1063)

 pain, lower limbs, paroxysmal (p. 1064)

 pain, lower limbs, sciatica (p. 1064)

 pain, lower limbs, sciatica, motion agg. (p. 1065)

 pain, thigh, anterior part (p. 1071)

 pain, leg (p. 1074)

 pain, leg, afternoon (p. 1075)

 pain, leg, night (agg.) (p. 1075)

 pain, sore, bruised, thigh (p. 1131)

 pain, stitching, thigh, crural nerves (p. 1147)

 pain, tearing, thigh, afternoon (p. 1168)

 pain, tearing, thigh, walking, while (agg.) (p. 1168)

 pain, tearing, thigh, anterior part (p. 1169)

 trembling, hand (p. 1212)

 trembling, hand, delirium tremens (p. 1212)

 trembling, hand, holding objects, on, still (p. 1212)

 trembling, hand, holding objects, on, them out (p. 1212)

 twitching (p. 1215)

 twitching, menses, during (p. 1215)

 twitching, upper limbs (p. 1216)

 twitching, hand (p. 1217)

 Sleep: dozing, morning, after 3 a.m. (p. 1235)

 dreams, confused (p. 1237)

 dreams, long (p. 1241)

 dreams, pleasant (p. 1242)

 dreams, vivid (p. 1244)

 sleeplessness (p. 1251)

 sleeplessness, evening (p. 1252)

 sleeplessness, night, midnight, before (p. 1252)

 sleeplessness, night, midnight, before, until, morning (p. 1252)

 sleeplessness, night, midnight, after (p. 1252)

 sleeplessness, excitement, from (p. 1253)

 sleeplessness, joy, excessive (p. 1253)

 sleeplessness, mental, exertion, after (p. 1253)

 sleeplessness, nursing the sick (p. 1254)

 sleeplessness, sleepiness, with (p. 1254)

 sleeplessness, thoughts activity of from (p. 1254)

 sleeplessness, thoughts, same idea always repeated (p. 1254)

 waking, 3 a.m. (p. 1255)

 waking, early (p. 1255)

 waking, frequent (p. 1255)

 Chill: air, in the open (agg.) (p. 1262)

 air, cold air, on going into the (p. 1262)

 descending (See Coldness of Back) (p. 1266)

 internal (p. 1268)

 motion, during (agg.) (p. 1269)

 shaking, shivering, rigors (p. 1270)

 time, 8 p.m. (p. 1275)

 Fever: heat in general (p. 1278)

 bed, in (agg.) (See Night and Warmth) (p. 1281)

 bed, feeling of heat in bed, yet aversion to uncovering (p. 1281)

 chill absent, night (p. 1283)

 chilliness, with (p. 1284)

 dry heat, night, delirium, with (p. 1286)

 exanthematic fevers, measles (p. 1286)

 external heat, chilliness, with (p. 1287)

 succession of stages, heat, alternating with then sweat (p. 1291)

 uncovering, desire for (p. 1292)

 Perspiration: morning (p. 1293)

 affected parts, on (p. 1295)

 Skin: coldness (p. 1304)

 dry (p. 1307)

 dry, burning (p. 1308)

 eruptions, measles (p. 1314)

 eruptions, rash (See Granular) (p. 1317)

 eruptions, rash, bluish (p. 1317)

 eruptions, rash, scarlet (p. 1318)

 eruptions, roseola (p. 1318)

 sensitiveness (p. 1331)

 ulcers, discharges, scanty (p. 1335)

 Generalities: morning (p. 1341)

 night (p. 1342)

 night, midnight, before (p. 1343)

 air, open, aversion to (p. 1343)

 air, open agg. (p. 1344)

 air, open, amel. (p. 1344)

 alcoholic stimulants (p. 1344)

 anxiety general physical (p. 1345)

 apoplexy (p. 1345)

 catalepsy (p. 1347)

 catalepsy, joy, from (p. 1347)

 cold, becoming, after, agg. (p. 1349)

 congestion of blood (p. 1350)

 convulsions, children (p. 1352)

 convulsions, excitement, from (p. 1353)

 convulsions, puerperal (p. 1355)

 eating, after (agg.) (p. 1357)

 faintness, excitement, on (p. 1360)

 hæmorrhage (agg.) (p. 1365)

 heat, sensation of (p. 1366)

 intoxication, after (p. 1369)

 irritability, excessive physical (p. 1369)

 menses, during (agg.) (p. 1373)

 motion agg. (p. 1374)

 narcotics agg. (p. 1375)

 pain, tearing, asunder (p. 1388)

 rubbing agg. (p. 1398)

 sensitiveness externally (p. 1398)

 sensitiveness, to pain (p. 1399)

 shocks from injury (p. 1399)

 sitting, amel. (p. 1401)

 sitting, down, on first, agg. (p. 1401)

 strength, sensation of (p. 1403)

 touch agg. (p. 1407)

 trembling externally (p. 1407)

 trembling, anxiety, from (p. 1408)

 trembling, fright, from (p. 1408)

 uncovering agg. (p. 1410)

 walking agg. (p. 1411)

 walking, in open air agg. (p. 1412)

 weakness, enervation (See Lassitude, Weariness) (p. 1413)

 weakness, nervous (p. 1418)

 weakness, sleepiness, from (p. 1419)

 wine (agg.) (p. 1422)

 

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