ACALYPHA INDICA [Acal]
COMMON NAME : Indian nettle
FAMILY : Euphorbiaceae
SOURCE : Tincture of fresh plant
MODALITIES : < Morning < Night (cough)
MIND : -Patient has despair; unwilling, to die, in haemoptysis.
-Gloomy but unwilling to die.
GUIDING INDICATIONS : -Incipient phthisis, hard racking cough, bloody expectoration.
-Arterial haemorrhage but no febrile disturbance.
-Very Weak in morning, gains strength during day.
-Burning in pharynx, stomach, intestine.
-Respiratory system-Cough-dry, hard followed by haemoptysis < morning and night -Dullness of chest on percussion.
-Constant severe pain in chest.
-Haemoptysis-Blood bright red and not profuse in morning but dark and clotted in afternoon and evening.
-G.I.T-Spluttering diarrhoea and forcible expulsion of noisy flatus, bearing down pains and tenesmus.
-Skin-Itching and circumscribed furuncle like swellings.
KEYNOTES : -Haemoptysis of bright red blood in the morning and dark and clotted in the afternoon and evening.
CLINICAL : -Arterial haemorrhage, Cough, Diarrhoea, Incipient phthisis, Jaundice.
REMEDY RELATIONSHIPS : -Compare-Acet-ac, Kali-nit, Mill, Phos.
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