Lac loxodonta (Lac-lox) = Elefantenmilch

 

Vergleich: Enthält: Solids 4.1,  Fat 15.19, Eiweiß 4.9,  Lactose 3.4, Ash 0.76;

Tub. = Elefant im Porzellanladen

Comparison. of Loxodonta africana and Lac Loxodonta africana

Comparison. Lacs.

Siehe: Lacs allgemein + Mammalia + Loxodonto africana:

 

Negativ: Murder and violence, terrible dreams. ‘I do not want to fight, but I have to or I will die. Timelessness/spaced out feeling/strange sensation of mental fuzziness.

Time passing too slow/is distorted. Forgets things/trouble finding things/dullness on mental level and difficult thinking.

Lac loxodonta Africana is a homeopathic medicine concerned with issues regarding Matriarchy and with women needing the support and guidance from other women

during mothering. It is also, due to the subthemes of Murder/Brutality/Violence and Suffering/Homeless, a medicine for trauma around conception and/or gestation.

Lac delphinum is also a medicine with emphasis on the need for group support. The rubric: Tranquillity is to be found in both medicines. Lac delphinum is a medicine

that offers a sense of tranquillity during a time of chaos and has rubrics associated with mothering being an imposition. Can provide a sense of tranquillity and support

during Birth.

African elephant  has had its very existence threatened through being maimed or killed by the poachers to obtain the ivory tusks of these beautiful animals.

One of the themes that came through in the proving of this milk was of murder and violence, terrible dreams. The feeling is, ‘I do not want to fight, but I have to or

I will die’. There is a sensation of timelessness with this remedy, a spaced out feeling, a strange sensation of mental fuzziness. Time can feel like it is passing too slowly

or it is distorted in some way.

Forgets things, or has trouble finding things due to the dullness on the mental level and difficulty in thinking. On reading this I was surprised, as the elephant is an

animal that we associate with a good memory, ‘elephants never forget’. Elephants also after one or more of their group have been killed are able to stand on the same

spot a year later and ‘mourn’ for the dead elephant.

 

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Doctrine of Signatures.

Symptoms of insomnia and restlessness while sleeping in the proving of Loxodonta africana correlates with elephants being both nocturnal and diurnal and the fact that

they sleep standing and for only a few minutes at a time.  Daydreams of eggs in a variety of animals [stingray/shark/skate/pupating (bag of silk) from a caterpillar to

a butterfly].

Chest: Awareness; heart is beating “As if body is a soft bag”. “My body felt like a big soft bag (dark on the outside; light on the inside) with my heart beating in the

middle of it“.

This is then, perhaps, a remedy for ensuring the well-being of the foetus and for anxiety associated with an inability to conceive; IVF; threatened miscarriage or

proposed abortion (Lac-ory).

Dream: Children; foetuses; abused children. This, in a way, is consistent with Herrick’s nominated themes of: Murder/Brutality/Violence and Suffering/Homeless

It gives some perspective regarding the circumstances surrounding the source of the milk for the Lac loxodonta proving in that the female elephant had just given

birth to her first calf, which had to be euthanized due to a congenital, untreatable deformity.

And it also gives approbation to Herrick’s observation that these aspects of the proving as well as the rubric Dream:

Murder, violent, may derive from a form of morphogenic resonance concerning the brutal culling of elephant herds that occasionally transpires.

 

The essence of Lac loxodonta Africana concerns Matriarchy and the role that the matriarch has in nurturing her family… the group.

Herrick reminds us that one of the most outstanding characteristics of the elephant is its devotion to its young. Female elephants have many calves over a lifetime;

even bearing young up to the age of 60. The mother stays in constant contact with her calf for the first six months and never lets it out of her sight. The entire herd

is constantly watchful over the calf’s every move… the mere whimper from a calf causes [the whole family] to stop and patiently wait until the problem has been

solved before moving on. Whenever a calf is in frank danger, members of the herd (and perhaps even all the adults in the herd) will work together to save the calf.

Now, with the death of her mother it is her turn to take on the role of matriarch and she feels that she lacks the strength to do that.

Lac loxodonta Africana predominantly a psoric medicine and psora promotes a strong mother/child bond and vacillates between Positiveness (optimism) and Despair.

Rubrics:

Water

Generalities

Water, playing in >

Lassitude with desire to lie down

Weariness, afternoon

Short naps >

Afternoon

[Dr Nancy Herrick]

Repertory:

Mind: Despair; sadness; despondency; depression; melancholy

Weeping; tearful mood; tendency, to; from despair

Dullness; sluggishness; difficulty of thinking and comprehending

Prostration; mental exhaustion; brain fag

Mouth: Itching; palate

Throat: evening

Itching

Sore

Tension l. side

Cough; dry

Stomach: Eructations

Abdomen: Distension

Rectum: Flatulence

Female organs: “As if bubble water or air in vagina”

Extremities: Hand…”As if lying in a puddle” of water

Cramps in thigh

Dreams: Vivid/groups/animals/people/violent murder

On the strength of that group of symptoms I was tempted to re-prescribe Phosphorous.

However, with the issue of perceived lack of support, my mind turned to Lac delphinium which Herrick has stated seems very much like Phosphorus.

I have written elsewhere about the ability of Lac delphinium to provide an energetic space for birth support; much as a midwife does.

We discussed the issue and I explained to her how the energy of the milk of the dolphin would hold the space for her to birth knowing that all was well.

Rx: Lac delphinum 200C NMN 2 weeks before the due date.

 

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Verhaltensforschung Auch Asiens Elefanten haben soziale Netze

Asiatische Elefanten galten lange als unsozial, weil sie nicht so enge Kontakte pflegen wie ihre Verwandten aus Afrika. Forscher beweisen das Gegenteil.

Es ist ein bisschen wie auf Facebook: Manche seiner dortigen "Freunde" sieht man auch im echten Leben oft, andere nur selten. Manche kennt man nur noch entfernt.

Eine ähnliche Staffelung sozialer Beziehungen haben Verhaltensforscher aus Sri Lanka jetzt für Asiatische Elefanten ausgemacht.

Bisher hielt man die Tiere für eher unsozial, weil sie nicht – wie afrikanische Elefanten – in großen, eng verbundenen Herden, sondern in kleinen, wenig vernetzten

Gruppen leben; .

Die neue Studie im Online-Fachblatt  BioMed CentraEcology zeigt, dass Asiatische Elefanten genau wie ihre Verwandten in Afrika größere Gruppen bilden, die über mehrere Jahre stabil bleiben.

Dass Asiatische Elefanten in dichten Wäldern leben, erschwert Verhaltensforschern die Arbeit. Um überhaupt Elefanten sehen zu können, mussten Forscher bisher auf Bäume klettern und hoffen, dass Elefanten an Lichtungen oder Wasserlöchern zu sehen sind.

Weil das Zuhause der Großsäuger auf Sri Lanka in den Udawalawe-Nationalpark verwandelt wurde, leben dort seit 30 Jahren 800 bis 1.200 Elefanten in Gras- und Buschland. 286 von ihnen beobachtete ein Team um Shermin da Silva, die an der Pennsylvania-Universität  in den USA und auf Sri Lanka arbeitet, jetzt über zwei Jahre. Soziale Beziehungen konnten die Forscher für 51 Elefanten aufzeichnten.

Wie oft treffen sich zwei Elefanten? Wie häufig teilen sie eine Wasserstelle oder den Schatten unter einem Baum? Solche Situationen erfassten die Verhaltensforscher.

"Ob Elefanten vertraut miteinander sind, erkennt man auch an ihrer Körpersprache, an den Augen, der Haltung ihrer Ohren, daran, ob sie etwa ihren Rüssel über den

Rücken des anderen legen", erklärt de Silva.

Die Forscher betrachteten dabei drei verschiedene Ebenen: die Beziehungen zwischen zwei Elefanten, innerhalb einer kleinen Gruppe und innerhalb einer kompletten Population. Sie konnten zeigen, dass die soziale Interaktion abhängig von der jeweiligen Ebene ist. Das heißt: Die Tiere interagieren viel stärker, als das bisher bekannt

war. Wie treu ein Elefant ist, hängt von der Anzahl seiner Freunde ab

In der Trockenzeit hielten die Elefantengruppen stärker zusammen als in Regenzeiten. Nur in der Zweier-Beziehung haben Asiatische Elefanten wohl einen langjährigen Freundeskreis. Außerdem variiert die Treue der Freundschaft von Elefant zu Elefant. Je mehr Freunde eine Elefantenkuh hatte, desto illoyaler war sie und wechselte entsprechend schnell den Freundeskreis. Elefantenkühe mit wenigen Freunden waren am treuesten.

Ob das unerwartete Sozialverhalten auf den veränderten Lebensraum zurückzuführen ist, wissen die Forscher nicht. "Natürlich ist es denkbar, dass sich die Elefanten auf offenem Gelände eher zusammenrotten", sagt da Silva, "aber wir können das nicht herausfinden, weil die Vergleichsmöglichkeiten fehlen."

Auch wenn die Asiatischen Dickhäuter sich nach den neuen Erkenntnissen ähnlich verhalten wie ihre Artgenossen in der Afrikanischen Savanne, ist ihr Sozialverhalten schwächer ausgeprägt.

Die Fähigkeit, soziale Beziehungen über längere Zeit aufrecht zu erhalten – ohne, dass täglicher Kontakt besteht – erfordert eine gewisse Intelligenz. Elefanten sehen nur sehr schlecht, ihre Artgenossen erkennen sie über den Geruch und die Stimme. Außerdem gelten sie als geistig hoch entwickelt, sodass solche komplexen sozialen Beziehungen durchaus möglich sind.

Als nächstes wollen die Forscher auf Sri Lanka herausfinden, wie eng verwandt die beobachteten Tiere sind. Da es in der aktuellen Studie nur um Weibchen ging, folgt außerdem eine Untersuchung, die gezielt das Sozialverhalten männlicher Asiatischer Elefanten untersucht.

 

Allerlei:

Aepyornis maximus = Elefantenvogelei/= Bird Rock, Ovum Aepyorni maximi = Fossil./Ausgangsstoff = Eischale

Ganesh. = Gott des Schrifts (I)

Gink-b.  = Yin-Hsing/= Ya Chio (= „Entenfuß"/= „Elefantenohr"/=  „Mädchenhaarbaum")/= Yin kuo

Haemanthus albiflos = Elefantenohr. Asparagales./= Zimmerpflanze

Harpun = Elfenbein Waffen.

Holarrhena antidysenterica (Kurch.) = bitter. oleander./= ivory tree Gentianales.

Holarrhena pubescens = Jasminbaum/= Elfenbeinbaum/= Osterbaum Gentianales.

Panopea abrupta o. Panope generosa = Elefantenrüsselmuschel/= Königsmuschel/= Geoduck/= Aphrodisiacum. Mollusca.

Phal-gig. = Elephant ear orchid

Philodendron domesticum = Elephant ear. philodendron air filtering. plants Alismatales.

Phytelephas aequatorialis = Elfenbeinpalme/= vegetable ivory/= Steinnuss./= Elfenbeinersatz. Commelinidae. 

Phytolacca dioica = Ombúbaum/= Elephant Tree/= Bella Sombra.(= schöner Schatten)/immun gegen Insekten; Symbol. Uruguays/Argentiniens/Gauchos = keinen Baum. Weiches Holz Caryophyllales.

Portulacaria afra (= Elefantenstrauch/= Jadebaum/= Portulaccaria/= Strauchportulak/= Spekboom Bonsaigruppe. Caryophyllales. Sukkulenten. = keinen Baum.).

Grüner Elefanten = gemischtes Heilöl aus Vietnam (Camph./wilder Minze/Eucal./frei von Konservierungs- und Farbstoffen?/Wirkung: antiseptisch/Erkältungskrankheit/ verstopfte Nase/Grippe/Ohren-/Hals-/Hüft-/Herz-/Muskelschmerz/Arthrosen/Zerrung/Insektenbisse/-stiche/Schmerz der Gesichtsnerven/chronischen Hautkrankheit/wird passend zur Erkrankung an festgelegten Akupunkturpunkten und Bereichen eingerieben).

Rosa. Elefanten = Metapher vor Suff.

weißen Elefanten“ = wenn eine Sache mehr Ärger macht als Nutzen bringt o. Nützlichkeit verloren hat.

 

Allerlei: Lebt in Gemeinschaft

 

[Forbes, Barry]

https://openscholar.dut.ac.za/bitstream/10321/377/4/Forbes_2008.pdf

Dr Nancy Herrick conducted the proving of Lac Loxodonta Africana, milk of an African  elephant in 1995.

A variety of themes arose including homelessness, brutality, violence, murder and  not  enough  food  that reflected  the  conditions  of  living  that  the elephant experienced.  A more natural state was also noted with themes and interests in   air,   water,   food,  feeding   others   and   a   feeling   of   positive   emotions, timelessness and theorizing about the substance (Herrick, 1998:54).

Provings  of  indigenous  substances  are  of  great  importance  as  was  noted  by Sherr,  who  stated  that,  the  most  significant  and  appropriate  medicine  will  be found  within  our  surrounding  environment  (Sherr,  1994:49).

4.3.1 Mind:

ABRUPT

ABSENTMINDED (dreamy)

ACTIVITY –desires (with weakness)

ANGER (causeless/from conversations/from cruelties/easily/with red face/internalized/from trifles)

ANSWERING – abruptly/dictatorial/snappishly

ANXIETY (in crowd/besides oneself from anxiety/hysterical)

ATTENDED to; to be – desire

AVERSION to family members

BOREDOM

BROODING (over imaginary troubles)

BUOYENCY

CENSORIOUS

CHEERFUL

COMPANY – aversion to/to country away from people; wants to get into/desires solitude/desires it # aversion)

CONCENTRATION – difficult (cannot fix attention/would rather be outside/studying/talking/writing)

CONFIDENT

CONFUSION – on attempting to concentrate/of  left and right/as to time/writing/desire it)

HYSTERIA

IDEAS deficient

INDIFFERENCE (to everything/with ennui/to loved ones)

INDUSTRIOUS

IRRITABILITY (easily/to own family/from trifles)

MALICIOUS thoughts

MEMORY– weakness of memory (expressing oneself/from mental fatigue/aversed to)

NATURE –loves it

OFFENDED easily

OPTOMISTIC

OUTDOORS – desire to stay outdoors

PESSIMIST

PROSTRATION of mind

SADNESS (when alone/aversion to company/desires solitude/with brooding/cannot be consoled/from disappointment/desires to weep)

SENSITIVE – to noise/want of sensitiveness

SERVANTS; desire to have

SNAPPISH

TALKING in sleep

THOUGHTS – disconnected/persistent

TRANQUILITY

WEEPING > consolation

4.3.2 Vertigo:

VERTIGO + chest pain/ + pain in head/> cold drinks: amelNVERTIGO –INTOXICATED, as ifPg277VERTIGO –MOTION –head, ofPg278VERTIGO –TURNING –head, whirling inR4.3.3 HeadHEAD –COLDNESS –internallyPg286HEAD –CONGESTIONPg288HEAD –CONTRACTION –occiputRHEAD –CONTRACTION –vertexPg292HEAD –FULLNESSPg298HEAD –FULLNESS –burst, as if wouldPg298HEAD –HEATPg301

119HEAD –HEAT –flushes of:Pg303HEAD –HEAVINESS Pg305HEAD –HEAVINESS –accompanied by:eyes, heaviness ofRHEAD –MOTIONS in headPg312HEAD –MOTIONS in head –motions fromRHEAD –PAINPg315HEAD –PAIN –accompanied by: nauseaPg319HEAD –PAIN –accompanied by: neck; pain inPg319HEAD –PAIN –accompanied by:nose dryRHEAD –PAIN –closing eyes, compelled toPg322HEAD –PAIN –cold: air: fromPg322HEAD –PAIN –light: general; from light inPg327HEAD –PAIN –looking:  fixedly at somethingPg327HEAD –PAIN –motion: amelPg329HEAD –PAIN –noise, fromPg330HEAD –PAIN –noise, from: sharp soundsPg330HEAD –PAIN –periodicalPg330HEAD –PAIN –periodical: week: everyPg330HEAD –PAIN –pressure, external: amelPg331HEAD –PAIN –extending to: ears: rightPg338HEAD –PAIN –extending to: jawsPg338HEAD –PAIN –Forehead: eyes: above: extending to: occiputRHEAD –PAIN –Forehead: eyes: above: extending to: backwards:as if connected by a rodNHEAD –PAIN –forehead, in:  right sidePg339HEAD –PAIN –forehead –left side: extending to: right sidePg340HEAD –PAIN –eye strain, fromPg343HEAD –PAIN –forehead –eyes: abovepg344HEAD –PAIN –forehead –eyes abovePg345HEAD –PAIN –Forehead: eyes: above: extending to: headPg345HEAD –PAIN –occiputPg347

120HEAD –PAIN –Occiput: pulsatingPg350HEAD –PAIN –Occiput: extending to: back; down thePg351HEAD –PAIN –Occiput: extending to: head: over whole headPg351HEAD –PAIN –Occiput: extending to: neck: down back of neckPg351HEAD –PAIN –TemplesPg355HEAD –PAIN –Temples: leftPg355HEAD –PAIN –Temples: rightPg355HEAD –PAIN –VertexPg358HEAD –PAIN –bursting: Temples: leftPg366HEAD –PAIN –drawingPg368HEAD –PAIN –drawing: Forehead: eyes above: extending to headNHEAD –PAIN –dull painPg372HEAD –PAIN –dull pain: Forehead : eyes: overPg373HEAD –PAIN –dull pain: OcciputPg373HEAD –PAIN –dull; templesPg374HEAD –PAIN –dull pain: Temples: rightRHEAD –PAIN –dull pain: Temples: leftRHEAD –PAIN –dull pain: Temples: left: extending to: earNHEAD –PAIN –dullpain; Temples; waking onNHEAD –PAIN –dull pain: VertexPg374HEAD –PAIN –hummingPg374HEAD –PAIN –noisefrom,hummingNHEAD–PAIN –pressing –Forehead Eyes: AbovePg380HEAD –PAIN –pressing: Forehead:  rightPg381HEAD –PAIN –pressing: pressure onPg388HEAD –PAIN –pulsatingPg390HEAD –PAIN –pulsating: ForeheadPg391HEAD –PAIN –Temples: pulsating,rightsideRHEAD –PAIN –ringing: noise, fromNHEAD –PAIN –sharp Pg391HEAD –PAIN –sharp: rightPg391

121HEAD –PAIN –sharp: vertexPg391HEAD –PAIN –sharp: leftRHEAD –PAIN –sharp: eye, leftNHEAD –PAIN –sharp: eye,rightN  HEAD –PERSPIRATION –ForeheadPg411HEAD –PERSPIRATION –TemplesPg412HEAD –SWASHING sensationPg421HEAD –WAVING sensation –confusion, withPg423HEAD –WAVING sensation –vertigo, withNHEAD –WAVING sensation –water in, as fromPg4234.3.4 EyeEYE –DRYNESSPg430EYE –HEAVINESS –lidsPg434EYE –HEAVINESS –lids –leftREYE –INFLAMATION –cold amelPg436EYE –INFLAMATION –Lids –lower rightPg438EYE –ITCHINGPg439EYE –ITCHING –innerPg440EYE –LACHRYMATION –rightPg441EYE –PAIN: –leftPg444EYE –PAIN: dull, across eye,leftNEYE –PAIN: rightPg444EYE –PAIN: burningPg449EYE –PAIN: closing lids: amelPg450EYE –PAIN: burning –closing lids: amelPg450EYE –PAIN: burning innerPg451EYE –PAIN: burning–dry as ifNEYE –PAIN –sand as fromPg455

122EYE –PAIN –sand as from –rubbing amelREYE –PAIN –sand as from –accompanied by –dry mouthNEYE –PAIN: tearingPg458EYE –PULLING sensationPg461EYE –PULLING sensation –inwardNEYE –PULLING sensation –looking up amelNEYE –SWELLINGPg465EYE –TWITCHING –around the eyePg468EYE –WEAK –reading –whilePg469EYE –WINKINGPg4694.3.5 VisionVISION –BLURREDPg471VISION –BLURRED –readingRVISION –BLURRED –reading –looking up amelNVISION –BLURRED –writing, whilePg471VISION –DIM Pg477VISION –DIM –mucus, as if covered withRVISION –DIM –readingPg477VISION –DIM –rubbing amelPg478VISION –FOGGYPg480VISION –HYPERMETROPIAPg481VISION –WEAKPg4864.3.6 EarEAR –DISCHARGES –rightPg490

123EAR –DISCHARGES –serousPg491EAR –DISCHARGES –serous –rightNEAR –DISTENTION –sensation of distension in earPg492EAR –FULLNESS, sensation ofPg494EAR –FULLNESS, sensation of –rightREAR –HEATPg494EAR –Noisesin –whistling: rightPg507EAR –PAIN –rightPg508EAR –PAIN –leftPg508EAR –PAIN –cutting–left REAR –PAIN –cutting–rightREAR –PAIN –face with pain inPg509EAR –PAIN –behind the ear –rightPg512EAR –PAIN –behindthe earPg512EAR –PAIN –behind the ear extending to neck, downPg512EAR –PAIN –MastoidPg512EAR –PAIN –pressingREAR –STOPPED sensationPg522EAR –STOPPED sensation –rightPg5224.3.7 HearingHEARING –ACUTEPg527HEARING –ACUTE –sounds –to allNHEARING –IMPAIREDPg528

1244.3.8 NoseNOSE –CONTRACTIONRNOSE –DISCHARGE: watery Pg541NOSE –DISCHARGE –watery –air, during inspirationNNOSE –DRYNESS –insidePg543NOSE –DRYNESS –inside –painfulPg544NOSE –DRYNESS –inside –accompanied by headacheNNOSE –ITCHING –cold amelNNOSE –ITCHINGPg549NOSE –OBSTRUCTIONPg551NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –one sidePg551NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –rightPg551NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –rising from bed amelRNOSE –OBSTRUCTION –blowing: amelPg552NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –breathe through mouth, mustRNOSE –OBSTRUCTION –discharge withPg552NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –coughing: amelNNOSE –OBSTRUCTION –Posterior naresPg553NOSE –OBSTRUCTION –Root –painfulPg553NOSE –PAIN –dryness, fromPg554NOSE –PAIN –headache, withPg554NOSE –PAIN –extending to: head:Pg555NOSE –PAIN –RootPg555NOSE –PAIN –Root –accompanied by drynessNNOSE –PAIN –burning; extending to pharynxNNOSE –PAIN –Sinus Pg555NOSE –PAIN –burning, smarting:Pg556NOSE –PAIN –burning, smarting: rootPg556NOSE –PAIN –burning, smarting: Root: insidePg556NOSE –PAIN –dullPg557

125NOSE –SINUSES, complaints ofPg561NOSE –SINUSES –complaints of –dryness

126MOUTH –TASTE –bitter –nausea withRMOUTH –TASTE –sourPg672MOUTH –ULCERS –painful: touch toPg675MOUTH –ULCERS –lips; inside ofPg676MOUTH –ULCER –painful –sore, smartingR4.3.11 TeethTEETH –SENSITIVEPg696TEETH –SENSITIVE –touch toPg696TEETH –SENSITIVE –touch of lower and upperteethN4.3.12 ThroatTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation ofNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, burping amelNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, eating after NTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, lying down aggNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, sitting amelNTHROAT –DISCOLORATION –white; tonsilsRTHROAT –DRYNESSPg702THROAT –DRYNESS –painfulPg704THROAT –HAWK; disposition toPg705THROAT –HAWK; disposition to –mucus in throat; from thickPg706THROAT –HAWK; disposition to –talking whilePg706THROAT –INFLAMATION –rightPg706THROAT –INFLAMATION –TonsilsPg707THROAT –INFLAMATION –Tonsils waking onN

127THROAT –MUCUSPg710THROAT –MUCUS –morningPg710THROAT –MUCUS –tenaciousPg710THROAT –MUCUS –thickPg711THROAT –PAINPg712THROAT –PAIN –rightPg712THROAT –PAIN –morningPg712THROAT –PAIN –morning -wakingPg712THROAT –PAIN –PharynxPg715THROAT –PAIN –Pharynx –upper partNTHROAT –PAIN –burning –dryness; withPg715THROAT –PAIN –RawnessPg718THROAT –PAIN –Rawness; swallowing, whenPg718THROAT –PAIN –Rawness; inspirationonNTHROAT –PAIN –scratchingPg718THROAT –PAIN –sorePg718THROAT –ROUGHNESSPg722THROAT –SCRATCHINGPg723THROAT –SWALLOW; constant disposition toPg7244.3.13 ExternalthroatEXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glandsPg734EXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glands; rightNEXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glands:  painful: touch; toPg734

1284.3.14 StomachSTOMACH –APPETITE –capriciousPg737STOMACH –APPETITE –diminishedPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –diminished –accompanied by: nauseaRSTOMACH –APPETITE –diminished; fatigue; duringPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –easy satietyPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –increasedPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –increased; waking, onPg740STOMACH –APPETITE –wanting; hunger, withPg742STOMACH –DISTENTIONPg746STOMACH –DISTENTION –walking difficultNSTOMACH –GURGLINGPg759STOMACH –NAUSEAPg766STOMACH –NAUSEA –drinks, warmPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –eating afterPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –eating amelPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –Food, smell of Pg771STOMACH –NAUSEA –pain, duringPg772STOMACH –NAUSEA –pain, during; abdomen, in Pg773STOMACH –PAIN –lying: amelPg779STOMACH –PAIN –nausea, duringPg780STOMACH –PAIN –crampingPg784STOMACH –PAIN –cramping: standing aggNSTOMACH –PAIN –stitchingPg790STOMACH –PAIN –stitching: leftRSTOMACH –THIRSTPg796STOMACH –THIRST –extremePg797STOMACH –THIRSTLESSPg799

1294.3.15 AbdomenABDOMEN –DISTENSION Pg818ABDOMEN –DISTENSION –eating, afterPg818ABDOMEN –FLATULENCE –accompanied by distension Pg823ABDOMEN –PAINPg832ABDOMEN –PAIN –pressure aggPg837ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, nightPg854ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, eating, amelPg855ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, hypogastriumPg858ABDOMEN –PAIN –sharpPg873ABDOMEN –PAIN –TwistingPg8834.3.16 RectumRECTUM –FULLNESS –perineum Pg910RECTUM –ITCHING –anus; aroundPg915RECTUM –PAIN –burningPg918RECTUM –PAIN –burning, perineumPg9204.3.17 StoolSTOOL –BLOODYPg931STOOL –copiousPg932STOOL –DARKPg933STOOL –YELLOWPg942STOOL –ODOUR; eggs, like rottenPg937

1304.3.18 BladderBLADDER –URINATION –dribbling, sensation ofRBLADDER –URINATION –dribblingPg954BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; lying whilePg958BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; walking amelPg959BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; standing whilePg9594.3.19 UrineURINE –COLOUR –darkPg984URINE –COLOUR –yellow,darkPg9874.3.20 Femalegentalia/SexFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –FLATUS in uterus –sensation as ifNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –FULLNESSRFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –appear suddenlyRFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –clottedPg1045FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –copiousPg1045FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –painfulPg1050FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –protractedPg1051FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –too shortPg1053FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –ORGASM –dreamsPg1058FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovariesPg1059FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovaries –eveningPg1059FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovaries –pressure amelPg1060FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –crampingPg1066

131FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; bending forward amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; pressure amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –pressing,uterusR4.3.22 LarynxandtracheaLARYNX AND TRACHEA –VOICE –hoarsenessPg1090LARYNX AND TRACHEA –VOICE –hoarseness,mucus in larynxPg10914.3.21 RespirationRESPIRATION –DIFFICULTPg1100RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –morning; waking, onPg1101RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –gasping, withPg1104RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –accompanied by,yawningNRESPIRATION –GASPINGPg11084.3.23 ChestCHEST –ANGINAPg1159CHEST –ANXIETY inPg1159CHEST –HEART; complaints of thePg1171CHEST –HEART; complaints of the, accompanied by, upper limb –left, numbnessRCHEST –HEART; complaints of the, accompanied by vertigoRCHEST –HEATPg1172CHEST –HEAT –flushes ofPg1172

132CHEST –OPRESSIONPg1179CHEST –PAINPg1182CHEST –PAIN –HeartPg1186CHEST –PAIN –Heart –night: lying: downPg1186CHEST –PAIN –Heart –extending to: arm: leftPg1187CHEST –PAIN –Mammae –leftPg1189CHEST –PAIN –Mammae –left: extending to: axillaNCHEST –PAIN –Mammae –pressure: amel: hand, withPg1189CHEST –PAIN –middlePg1190CHEST –PAIN –burningPg1194CHEST –PAIN –burning, lower partPg1195CHEST –PAIN –burning, lower partRCHEST –PAIN –crushing, sternumbehindRCHEST –PAIN –crushing, as if heel crushing on chest; pressure amelNCHEST –PALPITATION of heartPg1218CHEST –PALPITATION of heart –accompanied by –anxiety, withPg1219CHEST –PALPITATION of heart –irregularPg1220CHEST –PERSPIRATION –Axilla; offensivePg12244.3.24 BackBACK –ITCHING–rightPg1239BACK –ITCHING –Cervical regionPg1240BACK –ITCHING –Cervical region –sensation as if hair was ticklingNBACK –PAIN –Dorsal –scapulae: rightPg1250BACK –PERSIPRATION –cervical regionPg1290BACK –PERSIPRATION –cervical region–fever, duringRBACK –STIFFNESSPg1292BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: pressure, amelNBACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region:  massage, amelN

133BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: rightPg1293BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: waking, onPg1293BACK –STIFFNESS –Dorsal regionPg1294BACK –STIFFNESS –Dorsal region –rightNBACK –TENSIONPg1294BACK –TENSION –rightPg1294BACK –TENSION –Dorsal regionPg1295BACK –TENSION –Dorsal region –rightNBACK –TWITCHINGPg1296BACK –TWITCHING –leftPg1296BACK –TWITCHING –Dorsal region: scapulaePg12964.3.25 ExtremitiesEXTREMITIES –AWKWARDNESS –lower limbs: knocks against thingsPg1300EXTREMITIES –AWKWARDNESS –lower limbs: trips over thingsREXTREMITIES –BANDAGED, sensation as if: KneePg1300EXTREMITIES –BANDAGED, sensation as if: Knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –kneePg1313EXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –extend to calfNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –band, as from aREXTREMITIES –CONTRACTION –leftPg1314EXTREMITIES –CONTRACTION –KneePg1315EXTREMITIES –CRAMPING:  calfPg1322EXTREMITIES –CRAMPING: leg, calfREXTREMITIES –CRAMPING:  calf –Tendo AchillisPg1322EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –Forearm: itchingPg1337EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –Forearm: vesicles –itchingPg1337EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –hand

126MOUTH –TASTE –bitter –nausea withRMOUTH –TASTE –sourPg672MOUTH –ULCERS –painful: touch toPg675MOUTH –ULCERS –lips; inside ofPg676MOUTH –ULCER –painful –sore, smartingR4.3.11 TeethTEETH –SENSITIVEPg696TEETH –SENSITIVE –touch toPg696TEETH –SENSITIVE –touch of lower and upperteethN4.3.12 ThroatTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation ofNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, burping amelNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, eating after NTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, lying down aggNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, sitting amelNTHROAT –DISCOLORATION –white; tonsilsRTHROAT –DRYNESSPg702THROAT –DRYNESS –painfulPg704THROAT –HAWK; disposition toPg705THROAT –HAWK; disposition to –mucus in throat; from thickPg706THROAT –HAWK; disposition to –talking whilePg706THROAT –INFLAMATION –rightPg706THROAT –INFLAMATION –TonsilsPg707THROAT –INFLAMATION –Tonsils waking onN

127THROAT –MUCUSPg710THROAT –MUCUS –morningPg710THROAT –MUCUS –tenaciousPg710THROAT –MUCUS –thickPg711THROAT –PAINPg712THROAT –PAIN –rightPg712THROAT –PAIN –morningPg712THROAT –PAIN –morning -wakingPg712THROAT –PAIN –PharynxPg715THROAT –PAIN –Pharynx –upper partNTHROAT –PAIN –burning –dryness; withPg715THROAT –PAIN –RawnessPg718THROAT –PAIN –Rawness; swallowing, whenPg718THROAT –PAIN –Rawness; inspirationonNTHROAT –PAIN –scratchingPg718THROAT –PAIN –sorePg718THROAT –ROUGHNESSPg722THROAT –SCRATCHINGPg723THROAT –SWALLOW; constant disposition toPg7244.3.13 ExternalthroatEXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glandsPg734EXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glands; rightNEXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glands:  painful: touch; toPg734

1284.3.14 StomachSTOMACH –APPETITE –capriciousPg737STOMACH –APPETITE –diminishedPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –diminished –accompanied by: nauseaRSTOMACH –APPETITE –diminished; fatigue; duringPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –easy satietyPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –increasedPg738STOMACH –APPETITE –increased; waking, onPg740STOMACH –APPETITE –wanting; hunger, withPg742STOMACH –DISTENTIONPg746STOMACH –DISTENTION –walking difficultNSTOMACH –GURGLINGPg759STOMACH –NAUSEAPg766STOMACH –NAUSEA –drinks, warmPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –eating afterPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –eating amelPg770STOMACH –NAUSEA –Food, smell of Pg771STOMACH –NAUSEA –pain, duringPg772STOMACH –NAUSEA –pain, during; abdomen, in Pg773STOMACH –PAIN –lying: amelPg779STOMACH –PAIN –nausea, duringPg780STOMACH –PAIN –crampingPg784STOMACH –PAIN –cramping: standing aggNSTOMACH –PAIN –stitchingPg790STOMACH –PAIN –stitching: leftRSTOMACH –THIRSTPg796STOMACH –THIRST –extremePg797STOMACH –THIRSTLESSPg799

1294.3.15 AbdomenABDOMEN –DISTENSION Pg818ABDOMEN –DISTENSION –eating, afterPg818ABDOMEN –FLATULENCE –accompanied by distension Pg823ABDOMEN –PAINPg832ABDOMEN –PAIN –pressure aggPg837ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, nightPg854ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, eating, amelPg855ABDOMEN –PAIN –cramping, hypogastriumPg858ABDOMEN –PAIN –sharpPg873ABDOMEN –PAIN –TwistingPg8834.3.16 RectumRECTUM –FULLNESS –perineum Pg910RECTUM –ITCHING –anus; aroundPg915RECTUM –PAIN –burningPg918RECTUM –PAIN –burning, perineumPg9204.3.17 StoolSTOOL –BLOODYPg931STOOL –copiousPg932STOOL –DARKPg933STOOL –YELLOWPg942STOOL –ODOUR; eggs, like rottenPg937

1304.3.18 BladderBLADDER –URINATION –dribbling, sensation ofRBLADDER –URINATION –dribblingPg954BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; lying whilePg958BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; walking amelPg959BLADDER –URINATION –involuntary; standing whilePg9594.3.19 UrineURINE –COLOUR –darkPg984URINE –COLOUR –yellow,darkPg9874.3.20 Femalegentalia/SexFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –FLATUS in uterus –sensation as ifNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –FULLNESSRFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –appear suddenlyRFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –clottedPg1045FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –copiousPg1045FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –painfulPg1050FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –protractedPg1051FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –MENSES –too shortPg1053FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –ORGASM –dreamsPg1058FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovariesPg1059FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovaries –eveningPg1059FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –ovaries –pressure amelPg1060FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –crampingPg1066

131FEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; bending forward amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; pressure amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –pressing,uterusR4.3.22 LarynxandtracheaLARYNX AND TRACHEA –VOICE –hoarsenessPg1090LARYNX AND TRACHEA –VOICE –hoarseness,mucus in larynxPg10914.3.21 RespirationRESPIRATION –DIFFICULTPg1100RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –morning; waking, onPg1101RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –gasping, withPg1104RESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –accompanied by,yawningNRESPIRATION –GASPINGPg11084.3.23 ChestCHEST –ANGINAPg1159CHEST –ANXIETY inPg1159CHEST –HEART; complaints of thePg1171CHEST –HEART; complaints of the, accompanied by, upper limb –left, numbnessRCHEST –HEART; complaints of the, accompanied by vertigoRCHEST –HEATPg1172CHEST –HEAT –flushes ofPg1172

132CHEST –OPRESSIONPg1179CHEST –PAINPg1182CHEST –PAIN –HeartPg1186CHEST –PAIN –Heart –night: lying: downPg1186CHEST –PAIN –Heart –extending to: arm: leftPg1187CHEST –PAIN –Mammae –leftPg1189CHEST –PAIN –Mammae –left: extending to: axillaNCHEST –PAIN –Mammae –pressure: amel: hand, withPg1189CHEST –PAIN –middlePg1190CHEST –PAIN –burningPg1194CHEST –PAIN –burning, lower partPg1195CHEST –PAIN –burning, lower partRCHEST –PAIN –crushing, sternumbehindRCHEST –PAIN –crushing, as if heel crushing on chest; pressure amelNCHEST –PALPITATION of heartPg1218CHEST –PALPITATION of heart –accompanied by –anxiety, withPg1219CHEST –PALPITATION of heart –irregularPg1220CHEST –PERSPIRATION –Axilla; offensivePg12244.3.24 BackBACK –ITCHING–rightPg1239BACK –ITCHING –Cervical regionPg1240BACK –ITCHING –Cervical region –sensation as if hair was ticklingNBACK –PAIN –Dorsal –scapulae: rightPg1250BACK –PERSIPRATION –cervical regionPg1290BACK –PERSIPRATION –cervical region–fever, duringRBACK –STIFFNESSPg1292BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: pressure, amelNBACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region:  massage, amelN

133BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: rightPg1293BACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: waking, onPg1293BACK –STIFFNESS –Dorsal regionPg1294BACK –STIFFNESS –Dorsal region –rightNBACK –TENSIONPg1294BACK –TENSION –rightPg1294BACK –TENSION –Dorsal regionPg1295BACK –TENSION –Dorsal region –rightNBACK –TWITCHINGPg1296BACK –TWITCHING –leftPg1296BACK –TWITCHING –Dorsal region: scapulaePg12964.3.25 ExtremitiesEXTREMITIES –AWKWARDNESS –lower limbs: knocks against thingsPg1300EXTREMITIES –AWKWARDNESS –lower limbs: trips over thingsREXTREMITIES –BANDAGED, sensation as if: KneePg1300EXTREMITIES –BANDAGED, sensation as if: Knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –kneePg1313EXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –extend to calfNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –band, as from aREXTREMITIES –CONTRACTION –leftPg1314EXTREMITIES –CONTRACTION –KneePg1315EXTREMITIES –CRAMPING:  calfPg1322EXTREMITIES –CRAMPING: leg, calfREXTREMITIES –CRAMPING:  calf –Tendo AchillisPg1322EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –Forearm: itchingPg1337EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –Forearm: vesicles –itchingPg1337EXTREMITIES –ERUPTIONS –hand

HEAD –PAIN –sharp: radiating to left eyeNHEAD –PAIN –sharp: radiating to right eyeN  HEAD –WAVING sensation –vertigo, withN4.3.4 EyeEYE –PAIN: dull, across left eyeNEYE –PAIN: burning –dry as ifNEYE –PAIN –sand as from –accompanied by –dry mouthNEYE –PULLING sensation –inwardNEYE –PULLING sensation –looking up amelN4.3.5 VisionVISION –BLURRED –reading –looking up amelN4.3.6 EarEAR –DISCHARGES –serous –rightNEAR –PAIN –cutting–leftNEAR –PAIN –cutting–rightN4.3.7 HearingHEARING –ACUTE –sounds –to allN

1444.3.8 NoseNOSE –ITCHING –cold amelNNOSE –OBSTRUCTION –coughing: amelNNOSE –DISCHARGE –watery –air, during inspirationNNOSE –PAIN –burning; extending to pharynxNNOSE –PAIN –Root –accompanied by drynessNNOSE –SINUSES –complaints of –dry sensationN4.3.9 FaceFACE –PAIN –jaw; achingNFACE –CONTRACTION –eyes aroundN4.3.10TeethTEETH –SENSITIVE –touch of lower and upper; awareness ofN4.3.11ThroatTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation ofNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, burping amelNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, eating after NTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, lying down aggNTHROAT –air bubble in oesophagus; sensation of, sitting amelNTHROAT –INFLAMMATION –Tonsils waking onN

145THROAT –PAIN –Pharynx –upper partNTHROAT –PAIN –Rawness; inspiration onN4.3.12ExternalthroatEXTERNAL THROAT –SWELLING –cervical glands; rightN4.3.13StomachSTOMACH –DISTENTION –walking difficultNSTOMACH –PAIN –cramping: standing aggN4.3.14BladderBLADDER –URINATION –dribbling, sensation ofN4.3.15Female genitalia/SexFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; bending forward amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –PAIN –cramping; pressure amelNFEMALE GENTITALIA/SEX –FLATUS in uterus –sensation as ifN

1464.3.16RespirationRESPIRATION –DIFFICULT –accompanied by, yawningN4.3.17ChestCHEST –PAIN –Mammae –left: extending to: axillaNCHEST –PAIN –crushing, as if heel crushing on chest;pressure amel

4.3.18BackBACK –ITCHING –Cervical region –sensation as if hair was ticklingNBACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region: pressure, amelNBACK –STIFFNESS –Cervical region:  massage, amelNBACK –STIFFNESS –Dorsal region –rightNBACK –TENSION –Dorsal region –rightN4.3.19ExtremitiesEXTREMITIES –BANDAGED, sensation as if: Knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –leftNEXTREMITIES –CONSTRICTION –knee –extend to calfNEXTREMITIES –NUMBNESS –Shoulder: extending to lower armNEXTREMITIES –NUMBNESS –Hand –left; lying on left; aggNEXTREMITIES –NUMBNESS –Hand: rubbing; amelNEXTREMITIES –PAIN –shooting: Knee –rubbing amelN

147EXTREMITIES –PAIN –aching: Knee –rest: aggNEXTREMITIES –PAIN –aching: Knee –rubbing: amelNEXTREMITIES –PAIN –aching: Knee –warmth: amelNEXTREMITIES –PAIN –burning: hand –back of: fourth and fifth fingers; betweenNEXTREMITIES –STIFFNESS: calf –leftNEXTREMITIES –TINGLING –electric current; as ifN4.3.20DreamsDREAMS –ABUSE: others; ofNDREAMS –PHOTOS, movingNDREAMS –SLEEP, unable toNDREAMS –WALKING –walls, throughN4.3.21FeverFEVER –PERSPIRATION –palmsNFEVER –MORNING –water, amelNFEVER –MORNING –cold, amelN4.3.22SkinSKIN –ERUPTIONS –crusty, centerNSKIN –ITCHING –heat; aggNSKIN –ITCHING –tickling: hair, as if fromN

1484.3.23 GeneralsGENERALS –OLD AGE –sensation as if oldNGENERALS –WEAKNESS –accompanied by yawningN

149CHAPTER 5:Discussion5.1 IntroductionThis  chapter  is  dedicated  to  the  discussion  of  the  symptoms  produced  in  the proving of Loxodonta africana.  A total  of  322rubrics were  retrieved  from  the  symptoms  expressed  by  the provers.  Ofthese 58rubrics arenew rubrics, previously not listed in Synthesis, 7thEdition (Schroyens, 1997)

SYSTEM:

Mind1146 Stool50 Vertigo71 Bladder51 Head809 Urine20 Eye275 Female163 Vision121 Larynx20 Ear233 Respiration51 Hearing31 Chest252 Nose326 Back205 Face62 Extremities10713 Mouth172 Sleep190 Teeth31 Dreams444 Throat348 Chill30 Ext Throat31 Fever83 Stomach292 Perspiration60 Abdomen100 Skin233 Rectum40 Generals222

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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