Tanacetum vulgare (Tanac) = Tanacetum parthenium/= Rainfarnblüten + -blätter/= Mutterkraut/= Tansy/= Feverfew/= Chrysanthemum parthenium/= Leucanthemum parthenium/= Pyrethrum parthenium/= Matricaria parthenium.

 

= Lyss-ähnlich/= Thuj-ähnlich ; 

[Massimo Mangliavori] Stramonium-ähnlich;

Gebrauch: Übel/erbrechen/Durchfall, chewing the fresh leaves experiencing oral mucosa and tongueinflammation, + swelling of the lips, and occasional loss of taste;

Vergiftung: Durch Öl: Dyspnoe/Krämpfe/WUT/beißen/SpeichelFLUß;

Negativ: Abgespannt + nervös + müde, irritiert, sensitiv zu Geräusche;

[T.F. Allen]

Chorea, with strange gesticulations.

Affections from worms, with twitchings in sleep and wakening from fright.

Many cases of dysentery.

Dysmenorrhoea, with bearing-down pains, tenderness, drawing in the groins;

 

Repertorium:

Gemüt: Albernes Benehmen

Angst/Qualvolle Angst/Furcht (durch Geräusche/vor Wasser)

Bewusstlos (> erbrechend)/Stupor

Ehrgeiz erhöht, vermehrt, sehr ehrgeizig

Empfindlich (gegen Geräusche)

Erregt (nervös)

Erschöpft geistig (im geschlossenen Zimmer)

Faul (körperlich)

Geistige Anstrengung abgeneigt

Macht Gesten, Gebärden (sonderbare Posen und Haltungen/nervöse Tics)

Gleichgültig, Apathie (gegen Fragen, Ausfragen)

Hochgefühl

Koma

Konzentration schwierig (Studieren)

Reizbar, gereizt (durch Geräusche)

Schreien

Spaßen (lächerlich o. albern)

Sprache - nicht zusammenhängend

Stöhnen

Stumpf

Verwirrt geistig

Wahnideen [geisteskrank zu werden/sei selbst tot (halb tot, halb lebendig)]

Schwindel: im Allgemeinen

Kopf: Wirft Kopf nach hinten

„Wie durch Rausch“

Schmerz [drückend/Schläfen (schneidend/Schläfen und Stirn)]

Völlegefühl

Schwäche

Auge: Verklebt morgens

Glänzend

Offene Augen, geöffnete Lidspalte

Strabismus, Schielen

Ohr: Geräusche im Ohr, Ohrgeräusche einige

Verstopfungsgefühl plötzlich

Hören: eigen Stimme klingt ihr Fremd in den Ohren

Nase: Trocken innerlich

Gesicht: Blutandrang/rot /Völle

Mund: beißt sich auf die - Zunge während Konvulsionen

Zunge - weiß/rau

Geschmack fade

Innerer Hals: Rauheit

Schlucken unmöglich

Magen: Aufstoßen nachts/Art des Aufstoßens: leer nachts/sauer nachts

Durst

Erbricht nach Konvulsionen

Bauch: Schmerz > nach Stuhlgang (krampfartig)/Leistengegend (< während Menses)/in Nabelgegend nach Mitternacht - 4 h/erstr. Leiste < vor/während Menses

Rektum: Durchfall < nach (unmittelbar danach) Essen/< Trinken

Dysenterie

Stuhl: Teigig, breiig/weich

Nieren: Stauungsniere

Urin: blass/dunkel

Weibliche Genitalien: Abort (in 1en Monat)

Abszess (Schamlippen/Vulva)

Menses - fehlend/zu häufig, 3 Tage/reichlich/schmerzhaft/zu spät/unterdrückt

Schmerz - < während Menses (abwärtsdrängend, zerrend)

Kehlkopf und Trachea: Schleim in Luftwegen

Atmung: Angehalten, versetzt, unterbrochen

Atemnot, Dyspnoe, erschwertes Atmen bei Konvulsionen

Beschleunigt

Röchelnd, stertorös

Auswurf: Schaumig

Rücken: Schmerz - Lumbalregion/abends/Wehtun/zusammenschnürend/in Wirbelsäule/stechend/wund schmerzend

Glieder: Chorea

Kribbeln

Lahmheit in Handgelenke morgens

Schmerz [stechend (wandernd)/Füße (ziehend)/Handgelenke (wund schmerzend)/Knie (ziehend)]

Schwäche in Unterschenkel

Schwankender Gang

Plötzlich „Wie geschwollen“

geschwollene Unterschenkel

Schlaf: Schläfrig (während Kopfschmerzen)

Schweiß: Klamm, feucht

Haut: Hautausschläge - Rhusvergiftung

Allgemeines: 3 h/5 h/nach Mitternacht - 4 h

Chorea (durch Würmer), durch

Gefühllos, taub äußerlich

Hitzewallungen

Katalepsie/Konvulsionen (ohne Bewusstsein/epileptisch/< während Schwangerschaft/tetanische Starre; Starrkrampf/durch Würmer)

Matt/Ohnmacht/Schwäche

Speisen und Getränke: Abgeneigt: Denkend an Essen;  <: Speisen aus Hafermehl/Süßigkeiten/weiche, mürbe Speisen;  Verlangt: kalte Getränke, kaltes Wasser;

Zittern äußerlich/Zucken

 

Gut gefolgt von: Nux-v.

 

Vergleich: Flieht: Ca; Enthält: Sesquiterpene +  Cl + Flavonoide + Thujon + Santonin;

Antagonist zu Serot 

Siehe: Asterales

 

Antidotiert von: Cimic,                                                Vorbeugend: Tollwut, Epilepsie,

 

Wirkung: abortiv                               gifTIG                       

Allerlei: = Ruderalpflanze                             Dämonenwehrend                       ätherisches Öl

Europe/N. And S. America.

 

Phytologie: Verdauung/Würmer

Fiebersenkend/Schmerz (Migräne)/Rheuma

fevers, menstrual regulation, fever, external for pain, functional activity of the stomach, colic, stomachache, morning sickness and kidney pains. earache arthritis, and psoriasis.

prophylaxis of migraine. isolated the same compound and deduced the correct structure from the roots of Michelia champaca enthält gleiche Substanz magnoliaceae  Himalayas.

a pain-reliever for migraine.

promotes the functional activity of the stomach, for colic, stomachache, morning sickness and kidney pains. In Costa Rica: decoction for cardioactive/digestive/emmenagogue properties, enema for worms.

Mexico: use as a sitz bath to regulate menses as well as an antispasmodic and tonic.

Venezuela: decoction for earache.

Modern interest: prophylaxis of migraine.

Migraine/arthritis/psoriasis.

[Katherine Oosthuis] 

A strongly aromatic perennial herb, originally from the mountainous regions of the Balkan Peninsula but now spread throughout temperate climates worldwide. Feverfew has a multitude of small, daisy-like flowers with white petals around a yellow centre and is often confused with Chamomile. The leaves have been used in traditional medicine throughout history for various ailments including reducing fever and treating headaches, toothache,

arthritic pain, digestive problems, insect bites, infertility, and problems with menstruation and with labor during childbirth.

Medicinal Uses of Feverfew

Migraines. Studies done in Great Britain in the 1980's suggested that Feverfew taken daily as dried leaf capsules may reduce the incidence of attacks in patients who experience long-term migraine headaches.

The active compound in Feverfew called parthenolide occurs in a variety of medicinal plants used in traditional medicine. It seems to block substances in the body that widen and constrict blood vessels and cause inflammation leading to migraines. Not all studies on Feverfew and migraines have had positive results and it would appear that the effectiveness of Feverfew and migraine relief depends upon the timing of taking the treatment (as you

feel the headache coming on), as well as the quality of the supplement. Feverfew tablets and capsules must be standardized to contain a minimum of 0.2 % parthenolide.

Feverfew has also been used for centuries for arthritis. It is thought to hinder the production of prostaglandins (= hormone-like substances causing pain and inflammation). This anti-inflammatory action has led to Feverfew

being used to treat the inflamed, sore joints that occur with rheumatoid arthritis. Some studies have found that the anti-inflammatory effects of this herb are greater than those achieved by NSAIDs (Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Feverfew may also inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Is an excellent insect repellent and can also be used to treat insect bites. Historically Feverfew was used to treat a number of external ailments including scabies, fleas and lice, when applied as a lotion.

Dosage of Feverfew

Feverfew can be taken as a tea but the medicinal compounds make it extremely bitter. It may be more palatable if mixed with some honey or taken with food. The bitter taste actually acts as a tonic but it really is an acquired taste. You can use fresh or dried leaves added to boiling hot water.

To help prevent migraine headaches, the usual dose is 200 to 250 milligrams daily in capsule form. For relief of pain: 25 to 75 milligrams in capsule form once or twice daily, or 2-3 leaves/day with or after meals. Doses that have been used in the treatment of arthritis include 76 milligrams of dried Feverfew leaves. Feverfew supplements are available fresh, freeze-dried, or dried and can be purchased in capsule, tablet, or liquid extract forms.

is completing a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy. She researches and writes for a health and nutrition website Detox For Life . Her passion is to make research available to those who are looking to improve their well-being and revolutionise their health through better nutrition and alternative medicines.

 

 

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