Prescriber to Indian drugs in Boericke’s Homoeopathic Materia Medica

books7Dr Jubin

1. Selection of a particular topic and utility of Indian drugs :
This work is intended for easy reference for students and busy practioneers. The medicines referred here under the heading Indian drugs are less used and also known to students very little. But these remedies are of much therapeutic utility and because of ignorance these remedies are used less commonly. Also these remedies are also mentioned very little in other books. So my work is intended to give an easy reference to these Indian drugs.

2. Merits
As already mentioned above this help an easy reference for students and busy practioneers. By referring this work one can go through the symptoms of each drug system wise and thus helpful for comparing with that of other drugs.

3. Demerits
a. Gradation cannot be mentioned.
b. Less number of drugs are mentioned.
c. Indigenous drugs are widely available in India. But their therapeutic application are less and less known to Homoeopathic physicians.

There are total of 26 sections
I. Mind, Brain and Nerves :
A. Mental abnormalities.
B. Restlessness.
C. Mania.
D. Brain affections, Meningitis.
E. Convulsions and twitchings.
F. Neuralgia (nervous pain).

II. Vertigo and giddiness.
III. Head and hair
A. Headache.
B. Hair and scalp.
C. Sensations.
D. Clinical conditions.

IV. Face
A. Facial look.
B. Facial eruptions and erysepleas.
C. Sensation.
D. Pain.

V. Eyes
A. Eyes
B. Sensations
C. Vision.

VI. Ears
A. Ears.
B. Sensation
C. Hearing.

VII. Respiratory organs
A. Odor or smell
B. Cold, coryza, catarrah, epistaxis, ozaena.
C. Respiratory organs, asthma,breathing troubles, asphyxia or dyspnoea.
D. Cough; croup; whooping cough.
E. Haemoptysis.
F. Clinical conditions.

VIII. Mouth, tongue and gums.
A. Apthae; sore mouth; lips; ulceration; ulcers.
B. Tongue; taste, saliva, stammering, thirst.

IX. Teeth; teething and dentition.
 X. Throat- throat, tonsillitis.
 XI. Backache.
 XII. Upper extremities (arms, hands; fingers and nails.)
 XIII. Heart; pulse; palpitation; chest.
 XIV. Digestive system

A. Belching, eructations, waterbrash, heartburn, flatulence
Flatus; acidity; abdomen or belly or stomach.
B. Appetite; hunger – loss or great.
C. Colic.
D. Desires or Aversions.
E. Liver; spleen complaints; jaundice or gall stones.
F. Nausea and vomiting.

XV. A. Urinary organs, kidney, bladder, urine and Bright’s disease.
B. Dropsy and diabetes.

XVI. Stool, Rectum and anus.
A. Stool, constipation; diarrhoea and dysentery.
B. Piles or haemorrhoids or worms.

XVII. Genitalia (male).
 XVIII. Genitalia (female).

A. Menstrual abnormalities or leucorrhoea or chlorosis or menopause or prolapsus.
B. Abortion or miscarriage.

XIX. Lower extremities.
 XX. Sleep and Dreams.
 XXI. Skin troubles.
 XXII. Glands.
 XXIII. Fever.
 XXIV. Anaemia, debility,
weakness, weariness, depression, fainting, prostration and state of collapse.
 XXV. Constitutional and miscellaneous diseases.
 XXVI. Injuries; burns; bites; stings and fractures.

I. Mind, Brain and Nerves.
A. Mental abnormalities.

  1. Great uneasiness with weakness and unable to do any work – Abroma angusta (P-1091).
  2. Irritable, excitable angry mood; ill humour; forgetfulness – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  3. Absent minded; depression; morose, anxious, moody; can’t bear – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  4. Commits mistakes in spelling—Aegle folia (P-1095).
  5. Memory becomes dull and disordered; makes mistakes in spelling, very lazy especially on getting up in the morning. —Andersonia (P–1097).
  6. Can’t fix the mind on any subject. –Andersonia (P-1097).
  7. Easily angered—Andersonia (P-1097).
  8. Despondency, no desire to do any work or talk; easily angered. – Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  9. Weak memory; indifferent mood; vigourless. – Atista indica (P-1099).
  10. Depressed; forgetful; makes mistakes in writing and spelling, forgets names of very familiar people or what has been done the previous day. Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  11. Loss of memory, weak dull – Azadiracta indica. (P-1101).
  12. Full of anxiety. Inactive; no desire to go out— Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  13. Impaired memory (short weak memory) and absent mindedness – Brahmi (P-1104).
  14. Mental depression; lack of enthusiasm. No desire to take a bath—Caesalpina bonducella (P-1104).
  15. Oversensitive to noise and external impressions (both physical and mental)—  Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  16. Morose; fretful, gloomy; memory partially gone – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  17. Morose; irritable; fretful, ill humoured- Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  18. Unwilling to move, sad, melancholic, very sensitive to noise.—Ficus religiosa(P-1113).
  19. Dullness of mind; desire to lie down all the time; laziness — Gentiana chirata(P-1113).
  20. Despondent, hopeful of recovery even on the death bed — Gymnema sylvestre(P-1115).
  21. Gloomy;misanthropy;desires solitude —Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1115).
  22. Indifference;loquacity;weakness of memory. A great tonic to keep up strength and memory. – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116)
  23. Good natured; affectionate; lachrymose, timid. –Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  24. Excitable;fatigued; absent minded; slow to understand; hysterical; impatient; satisfied with small things. – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  25. Exaggerated suffering; not very imaginative.     —Joanesia asoca ( P-1119).
  26. Low spirited; oversensitive to external impressions. –Justicia adathoda(P-1121).
  27. Anxious; no desire to talk; irritable, despondent. –Justicia adathoda (P-1121).
  28. Anxious; dejected –Luffa amara (P-1127).
  29. Despondent – Menispermum (P-1124).
  30. Anxious – Nyctanthes (P-1125).
  31. Forgetful; forgetrs is usual duties; makes mistakes; peevish – ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  32. Starts from sleep; does not let the doctor examine them does not lie in bed –Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  33. Lack of concentration; falls asleep while answewring. – Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  34. Indifferent—Terminalia arjuna (P-1132).
  35. Despondent, desire to have a bath –Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134).

B. Restlessness.
Restless _Andrographis paniculata 9P-1098); Embelia ribes (P-1111); Ficus religiosa ( P-1112);    Nyctanthes (P-1125); Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134).

C. Mania.
Insanity with violent maniacal conditions – Rauwolfia serpentina )P-1129).

D. Brain affections; meningitis.

  1. Weakness of brain – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Cerebrospinal meningitis – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).

E. Convulsions and twitching.
1. Convulsions due to worms – Atista indica (P-1099).

F. Neuralgia (nervous pain).
1. Neuralgic remedy; neuralgic pain in stomach and knee joint. – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).
2. Neuralgic pain in external frontal nerve. – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).

G. Nervousness

  1. Nervous depression — Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1128).
  2. Irritative condition of the central nervous system. – Rauwolfia serpentina (P-1129).
  3. Nervous debilityu due to seminal loss – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  4. Nervous – Terminalia arjuna (P -1131).

II. Vertigo and giddiness.

  1. Rolling of head and vertigo; marked giddiness. – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. After stool followed by giddiness – Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  3. Giddiness – Andersonia (P-1097); Andrographis paniculata (P-1097); Boerhaavia diffusa(P-1103); Nyctanthes (P-1125).
  4. Vertigo in the morning – Atista indica. (P-1O99).
  5. Giddiness especially at 10 am worse when rising from sitting posture. Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  6. Faintness and giddiness with inclination to vomit. – Calotropis gigantea (P-1105).
  7. Giddiness worse after micturition – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  8. Vertigo with torpor – Hydroocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  9. Vertigo – Joanesia asoca (P-1119); Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  10. Giddiness of the head –Menispernum (P-1124); Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  11. Vertigo remains the whole day and night aggravated by sun’s rays; aggravation from motion; hard pressure; ameliorated by cold bathing; in the evening; dry cold air,sleep and eating – Terminalia arjuna (P132).
  12. Vertigo while lying in bed. – Trichosanthes dioica.

III. Head and hair
A. Headache.

  1. Pain at back of head; heaviness; discomfort; empty feeling—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Head seems dull and heavy. Feels sleepy but can’t sleep due to oppressive frontal headache. – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Headache appears between 4-8 pm, due to congestion. Heat in vertex appears in evening which is better by eating _ Aegle folia (P-1096).
  4. Pain in temples with heat in vertex relieved by cold air and cold application – Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  5. Throbbing pain in occiput with heaviness –Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  6. Gnawing pain in one temple at a time. – Atista indica (P-1099).
  7. Throbbing headache especially right sided worse in open air aggravated by stooping. – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  8. Severe bursting; right sided headache better by cold application—Boerrrhaaavia diffusa. (P-1103).
  9. Severe headache better by wrapping and by pressure. – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  10. Dizziness; dull occipital headache from 11 am, head hot till midnight, throbbing painful confusion—Calotropis gigantea (P-1105).
  11. Headache associated with a sensation as if all sides of head are bound with a tape or rope.—Desmodium gangeticum. (P-1110).
  12. Burning in vertex – Ficus religiosa (P-1113).
  13. Coldness of head; dull pain in temples; gradually extends to the whole head—Gentiana chirata (P-1113).
  14. Painful drawing in all cranial nerves. Occiput actually sensitive to touch. Constriction in occiput and integuments. –Hydrocotyla asiatica (P-1116).
  15. Stupefying or congestive headache better by free menstrual flow; periodical headache better by bathing with heaviness of head.—Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  16. Heaviness and fullness of head with pulsation in both temples. – Justicia adathoda (P-1121).
  17. Dull headache—Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  18. Heaviness of head; throbbing pain a if a nail was driven into it relieved by pressure; cold water application; fanni9ng of the head; worse while walking; better by wrapping the head—Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  19. Heat of vertex better by passing cold water over the head and fanning.—Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  20. Headache with fevers.—Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1129).
  21. Headache of slight nature in occiput and right cranium. – Terminalia arjuna (P-1132).
  22. Terrible headache during fever.—Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134).

B. Hair and scalp – Dandruff and falling of hair.

  1. Scalp is painful and sensitive to touch even hair is painful. – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  2. Swelling in posterior part of skull.—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).

C. Sensations.

  1. Burning sensation over forehead with hot sensation.—Justicia adathoda (P-1121).

D. Clinical conditions.

  1. Sunstroke. – Cephalandra indica. (P-1108).

IV. Face.
A. Facial look.

  1. Pale; yellow; wrinkled; old looking; pain over both the eyes.—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Flushes of heat from face disappears after eating.—Aegle folia (P-1095).
  3. Flushes of heat in the face.—Andersonia (P-1096).
  4. Pale with a yellow countenance. – Atista indica (P-1099).
  5. Hot flushes. – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  6. Face hot; cheeks burn like fire.—Calotropis gigantea(P-1105).
  7. Face red and burning. – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  8. Intoxicated expression. – Hydrocotyle asiatica. (P-1116).
  9. Pale face; alternately hot and red.—Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  10. Red; burning hot face— Justicia adathoda (P-1121).
  11. Pale with a reddish hue orred – Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).

B. Facial eruptions and erysepleas.

  1. Itching eruptions on face with burning sensation.—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Furuncles on face. –Abroma augusta. (P-1091).
  3. Spasm of facial muscles—Atista indica (P-1098).
  4. Pimples on ther face. – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  5. Acne rosacea. – Hydrocotyle asiatica. (P-1118).

C. Sensations.

  1. Burning sensation on face with itching eruptions. – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Burning sensation in the face including eyes. – Andersonia. (p-1097).

D. Pain.

  1. Trigeminal neuralgia especially on left side.—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  2. Gnawing pains. – Justicia adathoda (P-1121).

V. Eyes
A. Eyes.

  1. Puffiness of lids; heaviness; eyes easily tire; inclination to close the eyes.—A broma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Lachrymation; conjunctiva pale.—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  3. Upper lids of eyes swollen. – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  4. Photophobia on opening the eyes; light trembles before him for a few seconds; obliging him to shut his eyes. – Atista indica (P-1099).
  5. Trembling of light before eyes after sleep. Burning in eyes.—Atista indica (P-1099).
  6. Eyes are red; congested;burn; dull; heavy; pressive pain in right eyeball—Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  7. Severe pain as if they were burnt; before and during the invasion of fever; relieved by cold applications—Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  8. Burning in eyes.—Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  9. Catarrhal opthalmia; internally and externally.—Cynodon dactylon. (P-1110).
  10. Hyperaemia of palpebral conjunctiva; neuralgia orbitalis—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  11. Hyperaemia of conjunctiva with burning and itching; lachrymation ; photophobia. – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  12. Styes on upper eyelids.—Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  13. Tired feeling in the eyes on least exertion. – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  14. Lachrymation with coryza with burning in eyes. –Justicia adathoda (P-1121).
  15. Pain, hyperaemia; lacrymation due to nasal catarrah, oipthalmia es[pecially in infants; mist before the eyes when fixing them on something. – Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  16. Dilated pupils.—Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134).
  17. Yellow discolration during fever with hepatosplenomegaly. –Trichosanthesw dioica (P-1134).
  18. Redness of the eyes with yellowish tinge in eyes—Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  19. Eye affections are successfully treated by this drug. –Calotropis lactum. (P-1107).
  20. Thin watery discharge from eyes.—Acalypha indica (P-1094).

B. Sensations.

  1. Burning sensation—Gentiana chirata (P-1114).

C. Vision.

  1. Weakness of vision. – A broma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Dim vision. – Hydrocotyle asiatica(P-1116); Justicia adathoda (P-1121).
  3. Short sighted – Joanesia asoca. (P-1119).

VI. Ears.
A. Ears.

  1. Otorrhoea.—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Otitis media. – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  3. Throbbing in the right ear.—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  4. Otalgia. – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  5. Loud sound appears to be very painful. Watery discharge from the ear.—Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  6. Offensive otorrhoea. Hot flushes in the ear. – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  7. Otalgia due to nasal catarrah. – Ocimum sanctum.(P-1127).

B. Sensations.

  1. Buzzing in the ears (tinnitus)—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Humming sound in the ears.—Atista indica (P-1099).
  3. Crackling sound is heard in the ears as if tickled by a feather; worse on opening the mouth. Buzzing in the ears. – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  4. Hissing sound in the ears. – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  5. Ringing in the left ear with stoppage and a blowing sound.—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  6. Ringing in the ears.—Menispernum (P-1124); Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  7. Noise in the ears. Loud sound appears to be very painful. – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  8. Tinnitus. – Atista indica (P-1098).


  1. Shortness of hearing. – A broma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Usually increased hearing – Atista indica (P1098).
  3. Hardness of hearing after a severe cold –Joanesia asoca (P-1119
  4. Sound intolerable. — Justicia adathoda (P-1121).

VII. Respiratory organs.
A. Odor or smell.

  1. Anosmia – Joanesia asoca(P-1119), Justicia adathoda (P-1121).

B. Cold,Coryza,Catarrah,Epistaxis,Ozaena

  1. Sneezing several times,watery nasal discharge–Abroma augusta ( P-1091)
  2. Dryness of nose with desire to rub -Abroma augusta (P-1091)
  3. Sneezing, Catarrah, thin watery discharge from the nose and eyes -Acalypha indica(P-1094)
  4. Watery discharge from the nose with occasional sneezing -Andrographis paniculata(P-1098)
  5. Epistaxis, dry coryza -Atista indica(P-1099)
  6. Watery discharge from the nose-Azadiracta indica(P-1101)
  7. Itching sensation,picks at the nose-Embelia ribes(P-1111)
  8. Epistaxis –Ficus religiosa(P-1113);Hydrocotyle asiatica(P-1116)
  9. Flushes of heat from the nostril- Gentiana chirata(P-1114)
  10. Coryza-dry, stoppage of nose-Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116)
  11. Swollen, tickling worse on left nostril -Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116)
  12.  Ozaena –Azadirachta indica (P-1100)
  13. Catarrah, profuse watering from the nose-Joanesia asoca(P-1100)
  14. Sneezing; soreness of nostrils; epistaxis –Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  15. Obstruction of the nose—Joanesia asoca.(P-1121).
  16. Profuse coryza with sneezing and headache –Justicia adhatoda.(P-1121).
  17. Pain and swelling in the nose – Justicia adhathoda (P-1121).
  18. Obstruction of nose with snuffles; dryness of nose – Justicia adhathoda (P-1121).
  19. Acute and chronic nasal catarrah—Luffa bindal (P-1124).
  20. Tendancy to take cold – Luffa bindal (P-1124).
  21. Nasal catarrah – Ocimum gratissimum (P—1126).
  22. Nasal catarrah associated with frequent sneezing – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  23. White or yellow discharge from the nose – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127)
  24. Nostrils ulcerated. Epistaxis – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  25. Cold coryza – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  26. Epistaxis – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  27. Coryza with dry cough and thick white expectoration –Boerhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  28. Itching at tip of nose – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1118).

C. Respiratory organs; asthma; breathing troubles; asphyxia; dyspnoea; aphonia; hoarseness.

  1. Deep sighing respiration; hoarseness – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  2. Oppression of chest; short respiration –Calotropis gigantea (P-1121).
  3. Difficulty in breathing – Ficus religiosa (P-1113).
  4. Dryness of larynx, weak voice—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P—1117).
  5. Talking causes fatigue, shortness of breath—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  6. Oppression of chest, irritation of air passages. – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  7. Hurried respiration. – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  8. Difficulty in breathing when walking worse in afternoon,evening. –Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  9. Sense of constriction – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  10. Dyspnoea associated with cough – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  11. Threatened suffocation. – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  12. Hoarseness; larynx painful to touch – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  13. Asthmatic attacks cannot endure a closed warm room – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  14. Cough with wheezing – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  15. Asthma – Leucas aspera (P-1122).
  16. Asthma in which the patient sits forward and supports head with hands while elbows rest on knees; cannot lie quiet in bed – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  17. Wheezing and rattling – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  18. Hoarseness, aphonia; asthma—Solanum xantocarpum (P-1130).
  19. Hoarseness with cough – Solanum xanthocarpum. (P-1130)
  20. Respiratory diseases with aphonia – Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  21. A soverign remedy in asthma – Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  22. Deep breathing – Terminalia chebula (P-1132).
  23. Hoarseness – Blumea odorata (P-1102).
  24. Hot breath. Frequent and hurried respiration during fever – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  25. Voice altered; hoarseness – Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).

D. Cough; croup; whooping cough.

  1. Cough with purulent expectoration and pain in chest – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Lumpy sputum, white or yellowish in colour, worse in cold air; evening, night – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  3. Patient holds his chest while coughing – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  4. Violent dry cough followed by dry expectoration – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  5. Pure blood comes in morning and dark lumps of clotted blood in the evening – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  6. Cough becomes violent at night – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  7. Constant and severe pain in chest – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  8. Dullness of chest on percussion—Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  9. Cough – Aegla folia (P-1096).
  10. Very troublesome cough after bathing at 1 pm; sputa white, thick, in small lumps expelled with much difficulty – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  11. Controls cough. Hoarseness due to cough. Trumpant like sound or barking sound associated with cough—Blumea odorata (P-1103).
  12. Whooping cough – Brahmi (P-1104).
  13. Difficulty in expectorating bronchial mucus – Hydrocotyle asiatica (p-1117).
  14. Hacking cough – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  15. Audible rattling of mucus in chest; difficult expectoration; loosened only by repeated hawking – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  16. Expectoration of tough; yellow; mucus; dry; spasmodic cough; sense of constriction – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  17. Whooping cough. Child loses breath turns pale, becomes still and blue, rigid body – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  18. Vomiting with cough. No food or drink is retained in stomach – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  19. Eases difficult expectoration – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  20. Pain in chest while coughing or sneezing. Pain in middle of sternum; pleuritic pains – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  21. Pleurisy – Ocimum sanctum (P-1126).

E. Haemoptysis (Expectoration of blood).

  1. Employed in beginning of phthsis with haemoptysis and arterial haemorrhage; but no febrile disturbance. – Acalypha indica (P-1093).
  2. Weak in morning, gains strength during day. All pathological haemorrhages have a morning aggravation – Acalypha indica (P-1093).
  3. Dry cough and thick white expectoration. – Boerrhavia diffusa (P-1103).
  4. Haemoptysis – Ficus religiosa (1112).
  5. Antihaemorrhagic remedy. Has been used successfully in phthsical haemorrhages when other remedies fails. Patient is weak; restless – Ficus religiosa (P-1112).
  6. Highly efficacious when Justicia adhathoda fails and used when there is mere haemoptysisand haematemesis – Justicia rubrum (P-1122).

F. Clinical conditions.

  1. Bronchitis and bronchopneumonia with profuse expectoration –Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Bronchitis; pneumonia; cough – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  3. Bronchitis; pneumonia; phthsis; haemoptysis – Justicia adhathoda (P-1121).
  4. Remittent fever associated with cold. Cough; pneumonia; bronchitis or diarrhoea ; asthma – Ocimum sanctum (P-1126).
  5. Bronchitis; pneumonia; bronchopneumonia; asthma – Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  6. Pneumonic tuberculosis – Calotropis gigantea (P-1105).

VIII. Mouth, Tongue, Gums

A. Apthae, Soremouth, lips, ulceration, ulcers

  1. Lips dry, pale or bluish with constant dryness of mouth– Abroma augusta (P-1091)
  2. Bleeding from the gums, Halitosis –Atista indica(P-1099)
  3. Syphilite affections, stomatitis, apthae; thrush on left and upper side of the tongue –Hydrocoytle asiatica (P-1116)
  4. Lips bright red, Apthae in mouth, lips dry and black as if burnt– Ocimum sanctum (P-1127)
  5. Scorbutic gums –Syzigium Jambolanum (P-1131)
  6. In the case of spongy gums, a decoction of bark is used as gargle Syzigium jambolanum(P-1131)

B.Tongue, Taste , Saliva , Stammering , Thirst

  1. Dryness of mouth , drinks large amount of cold water at a time,which does not relieve the dryness, dry, clean tongue; speech indistinct.Insatiable thirst—Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Dryness of the tongue – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Insipid taste in mouth;bad and bitter taste in the morning — Andersonia (P—1097).
  4. Bitter taste in mouth with dryness, tongue coated white –Andrographis paniculata(P-1098).
  5. Bleeding from gums; bitter taste after fever paroxysm is over—Atista indica (P-1099).
  6. Dryness of mouth with unbearable thirst during hot stage. Constant spitting in the morning – Atista indica (P-1099)
  7. Glossitis; putrid taste in mouth; no thirst but mouth is clammyand bitter – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  8. Tongue painful with burning sensation as if scalded;papillae seems enlarged;prominent. Saliva tastes salty. Thirst for large quantities of cold water – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  9. Very thirsty, especially at long intervals or sometimes thirstless – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  10. Mildly coated; white tongue, bloodless, pale, white, moist. Thirst for cold water during heat stage of fever – Caesalpina bonducella (P-1104).
  11. Foul breath; pain on moving the jaw. Soreness and swelling on right side of palate – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  12. Dryness of mouth with great thirst for large quantity of water at a time; worse after micturition—Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  13. Dry tongue – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  14. White tongue with profuse saliva—Ficus religiosa (P-1113)
  15. Bad taste in mouth, in morning with halitosis, yellowish coating in the center of the tongue; difficult speech; tongue feels heavy –Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  16. Impairment of speech. Dysphagia. Ptyalism. Taste insipid or bitter in the morning – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  17. Dryness with excessive thirst; drinks large quantities of water at a time; thickly brown or whitely coated tongue; bleeding gums—Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  18. Dryness of mouth and tongue; marked thirst; white coating on the tongue; putrid taste in mouth – Justicia adhathoda (p-1121).
  19. Dry with excessive thirst. Bitter taste in mouth- Luffa amara (P-1123).
  20. Thickly coated with white or yellowish fur—Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  21. Watery;profuse salivation; putrid; bitter taste in mouth—Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  22. Apthae in mouth; entire tongue is bright red or the sides red but the middle portion is thickly coated – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  23. Bitter taste in mouth; dryness – Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  24. Profuse salivation with intense thirst for cold water. Sensation of dryness in upper jaw; Gums swollen; hard foul breath – Terminalia chebula (p-1132).
  25. Flabby; dry, brown coating on the tip of the tongue; sore; raw tongue—Terminalia chebula (P-1132).
  26. Thirst with dryness; slimy salivation; bitter insipid taste in mouth- Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134).
  27. Extreme thirst — Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  28. Tongue coated white – Carica papaya (p-1107).
  29. Drinks large amounts often – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1115).
  30. Bitter taste in mouth – Holarrhena antidysenterica (P-1115).
  31. Lienteria with thirst and want of hunger – Menispernum cocculus (P-1124).

IX Teeth, Teething, dentition

  1. Toothache with swelling of gums –Acalypha indica(P-1094)
  2. Dull pain at root of the teeth – Atista indica-(P-1099)
  3. Grinding of teeth—Embelia ribes (P-1111)
  4. Toothache-Joanesia asoca (P-1119),Calotrophics lactum (P-1107)
  5. Shooting pain in teeth radiating to cheeks—Justica adhatode(P-1121)
  6. Toothache severe; worse at night, on touch, from cold –Ocimum sanctum (P-1127)
  7. Grinding of teeth at night- Vernonia anthelmintica (P1136)

X Throat

  1. Dry burning sensation,painful, difficulty in swallowing for solids but drinking relieves throat symptoms temporarily.Painful deglutition—Abroma augusta (P-1091)
  2. Dryness of throat. Burning in pharnyx, oesophagus –Acalypha indica (P-1093)
  3. Tickling sensation brings on cough and sticky sputa.dryness- Acalypha indica (P-1094)
  4. Burning in throat-Andrographis paniculata (P-1098)
  5. Inflammation of tonsils persists few weeks after fever Tonsillitis-Atista indica (P-1099)
  6. Dysphagia especially when swallowing water or meat left sided sore throat- Azadiracta indica (P-1099)
  7. Dryness of throat –Cephalandra indica (P-1108)
  8. Pain better by hot drinks, worse by morning and evening-Gentiana chirata(P-1114)
  9. Tonsils inflamed, hyperaemic, prickling in the larynx oesophagus dry,rough with prickling and burning-Hydrocoytles asiatica (P-1116)
  10. Redness of throat with a sore feeling, takes cold easily troublesome cough –Joanesia asoca (P-1119)
  11. Sore throat the decoction of bark is used as gargle –Syzigium jambolanum(P-1131)
  12. Dry pain during empty swallouring. Tenacious mucus which can’t be raised by coughing –Justica adhatoda (P-1121)
  13. Tonsillitis, Pain and hyperaemia of throat with dysphagia. Pain while coughing, Ulceration of throat,glairy mucus-Ocimum sanctum (P-1127)
  14. Dryness of throat- Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135)
  15. Wry neck –Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110)
  16. Haemorrhage from the throat due to any cause when colour of blood is pure red- Ficus indica (P-1112)

XI. Backache.

  1. Pain in neck and under the scapula. Pain in limbs and sacral region. Stiffness while stooping – Atista indica (P-1100).
  2. Rheumatic like pains all over – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  3. Drawing pains in back after a cold bath – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1105)
  4. Pain in back and sacrum radiates towards abdomen and thighs –Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  5. Intense pain in right lumbar region and lower spinal column aggravated on sitting, better by lying down in bed or by sleeping. Pain in back of neck – Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  6. Pain in back and lumbar region, worse in afternoon – A eglef olia (P-1096).
  7. Cannot sit straight due to spinal pain – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).
  8. Sciatica – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).

XII. Upper extremities (Arms,Hands,Fingers,Nails).

  • Weakness and heaviness of limbs. – Atista indica (P-1100).
  • Numbness of limbs especially right hand, sensation as if paralyzed. Burning of hands. Strength of hands diminished – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  • Rheumatic like pains all over – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  • Cramping pain in the center of right palm when grasping anything lasts for many days. Pain in the wrist joint aggravated by movement – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  • Aching pain in extremities – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  • Revival of old rheumatic pains. Contractions of forearm; irresistible desire to stretch. Pain in all joints worse left side –Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  • Sensation as if hot water runs through marrow of bone, myalgia with weakness and crampy numbness in all muscles. Rheumatoid arthritis, gout, unable to stand – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  • Weak feeling in limbs; pain in small joints; shifting pain; numbness of limbs –Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • Muscular pain in right deltoid muscle; itcing better by scratching – Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  • In severe and advanced cases of syphilis with thickening of ends of nails – Calotropis gigantean (P-1105).
  • Burning sensation in hands – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).

XIII. Heart;Pulse; Palpitation;Chest.

  • Weakness of heart;palpitation worse on movement ;faint feeling- Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  • Pulse is soft and compressible- Acalypha indica (P-1093).
  • Thready pulse- Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  • Aching in the lower part of right side of chest, below the nipple; stitches especially on right side. Crampy pains in the lower part – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  • Frequent palpitations and intermittent, throbbing pains in cardiac region – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  • Hypertension with ringing in ears and heat in vertex – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  • Pulse quickened – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  • Pulse weak; feeble- Luffa amara (P-1122).
  • Constriction of the heart; cardiac spasm- Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  • Irregular beating. Pulse quiet and regular –Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  • Pain over precordium. Tight feeling across the chest – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • Pulse full; hard;quick- Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • Palpitation, Angina pectoris; weakness and sudden jerking pains in the heart – Terminalia arjuna (P-1132).
  • Intense pressive pain onright side of chest – Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  • Pressure pain in cardiac region,some heart beats are feeble or have a low sound, some normal and some have a loud sound –Termianalia chebula (P-1133).
  • Pulse for some moments is rapid and hard, and for some moments is weak –Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  • Excessive palpitations due to severe weakness or due to excessive seminal emissions – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  • Full; regular strong pulse- Aegle folia (P1095).
  • Burning in chest – Andrographis paniculata (p-1098).
  • Diseases of the heart, both organic and functional, angina pectoris, suffocation –Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  • Pulse imperceptible with vomiting and purging – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  • Palpitations on heart worse on movement; walking or bending forward- Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • In high blood pressure without marked atheromatous changes in vessels – Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130)

XIV Digestive System
A. Belching, eructations, waterbrash, heartburn, flatulence/flatus, acidity, abdomen/belly, stomach

  1. Flatulence with distension of abdomen.Pain in abdomen during passage of flatus—Abroma augusta(P-1092)
  2. Flatulence, fullness with gripping, burning, rumbling and distension—Acalypha indica(P-1094)
  3. Sour belching, heartburn—Achyranthes aspera(P-1095)
  4. Water brash, abdomen distended especially lower abdomen,Flatus expelled with loud noise especially in afternoon,indigestion—Aegle folia (P-1096)
  5. Heaviness of abdomen, neuralgia,dyspepsia—Andrographics paniculata(P-1098)
  6. Heaviness of stomach after a meal,flatulence temporarily relieved by eructations.Frequent eructation after a meal,Heartburn 3-4 hours after food. Eructations immediately eating—Atista indica(P-1099)
  7. Flatulence, Distention, indigestion, throbbing in the pit of stomach—Atista indica –(P-1099)
  8. Flatulence—Atista radix (P-1100)
  9. Heartburn and water brash.Great uneasiness in abdomen with flatulence, passes offensive flatus. Twisting pain in epigastrium clutching pain in the umbilical region, must bend forward which relieves. Distension—Azadiracta indica(P-1101)
  10. Gurgling in lower abdomen—Caesalpina bonducella (P-1104)
  11. Constant eructations—Calotropes gigantean (P-1106)
  12. An efficacious remedy helping digestion in very weak patients—Carica papaya (P-1107)
  13. Dyspepsia, indigestion, Intolerance of milk even a small quantity causes indigestion– Carica papaya (P-1107)
  14. Flatulence, distended—Cephalandra indica (P-1108)
  15. Gastric derangements, Indigestion, Waterbrash—Clerodendron infortunatum (P-1109)
  16. Flatulence, dyspepsia—Embelia ribes (P-1111)
  17. A great antihaemorrhagic remedy, bright red blood from all orifices—Ficus religiosa(P-1112)
  18. Great repugnance to all kinds of food. Sick feeling in the stomach—Ficus religiosa (P-1113)
  19. Dyspepia, hyperacidity,flatulence –Gentiana chirata (P-1114)
  20. Eructations –Holarrhena antidysenterica (P-1115)
  21. Loathes food, acrid frequent eructations, globus hystericus heat in stomach region—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117)
  22. Borborygmi, flatus with violent contractions in intestines,pain especially in transverse colon—Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117)
  23. Sensation as if all organs were in motion –Hydrocotyle asiatica(P-1117)
  24. Pain in epigastrium,colicky pain, eructations, no desire for food—Joanesia asoca (P-1120)
  25. Hard, distended with passage of foul smelling flatus worse in the evening. Soreness in the lower abdomen. Flatulent colic—Joanesia asoca (P-1120)
  26. Abundant flatus, gurgling, distention—Justica adhatoda (P-1122)
  27. Burning sensation in stomach better by cold applications—Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125)
  28. Eructations, hiccough, flatulent, distended, gurgling sound on pressure, heaviness—Ocimum sanctum (P-1127)
  29. Fetid eructation. Acrid empty eructation in morning –Terminalia chebula (P-1132)
  30. Sensations of fullness in stomach, distention, rumbling, Gurgling. Pain in epigastrium and right lower abdomen—Terminalia chebula (P-1132)
  31. Constant waterbrash. Haematemesis. Eructations, empty feeling, distension, uneasiness, hot feeling in abdomen at 11am, pain and gurgling—Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135)
  32. Sensation of heat with spasmodic colic due to indigestion. Burning sensation in stomach—Andersonia (P-1097)
  33. Flatulence associated with burning in stomach—Terminalia chebula (P-1133)
  34. Especially suited to patients who suffer from chronic dyspepsia—Syzigium jambolanum (P-1130)
  35. Flatulence associated with burning in stomach—Terminalia chebula (P-1133)
  36. Flatulence due to worms, dyspepsia—Embelia ribes(P-1111)

2. Appetite or hunger – loss or great.

  1. Unnatural appetite; insatiable hunger; hungry after eating a good meal. Hungry with a faint feeling. Sensation of emptiness in stomach. Food does not seem to stay long in the stomach. No dyspeptic symptoms – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Dimnished appetite – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Heaviness of abdomen without any appetite- Andrographis paniculata (P-1098)
  4. Canine hunger – Atista indica (P-1099).
  5. Good keen appetite – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  6. Loss of appetite – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  7. Great hunger soon after a meal – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  8. Anorexia followed by good appetite – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  9. Want of appetite. Dislikes food. No desire for food. Eats little – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  10. Loss of appetite – Justicia adathoda (P-1119).
  11. Want of hunger – Menispernum cocculus (P-1124).
  12. Want of appetite – Ocimum sanctum. (P-1127).
  13. Extreme hunger – Trichoisanthes dioica (P-1135).

3. Colic

  1. Useful in indigestion and colic – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  2. Twisting pain in epigastrium. Clutching pain in umbilical region must bend forward which relieves – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  3. Acute or chronic dysentery with profuse mucus and blood associated with pinching; griping colic around the navel – Holarrhena antidysenterica (P-1115).
  4. Pain in epigastrium; colicky pain – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  5. Colicky pain around the navel makes the patient senseless and drawing pain in renal region – Atista indica (P-1099).
  6. Acute or chronic dysentery; profuse bright red blood with tenesmus and colic – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  7. Biliary colic – Terminalia chebula (P-1132).
  8. Gastric and biliary colic – Atista indica (P-1099).

4. Desires and Aversions.

  1. Desire for sweets and all kinds of food – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Great desire for acid fruits and drinks – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Aversion to liquid food and strong desire for lime juice – Atista indica (P-1099).
  4. Desire for boiled rice; meat or other hard substances. Aversion to liquid food – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  5. Desire for bitter substances and meat – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  6. Aversion to tobacco smoke – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  7. Desire for sweet; sour;acid things; disinclined to drink milk – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  8. Liver or spleen complaints; jaundice and gall stones.
  9. Enlargement of the liver and spleen- Andersonia (P-1097).
  10. Hepatomegaly and indicated in torpidity of liver; infantile jaundice – Andrographis paniculata(P-1098).
  11. Slight pain in hepatic region felt on touch; movement or pressure and better by hard pressure – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  12. Tenderness in hepatic region. Hepatosplenomegaly. Lower lobe is enlarged. Uneasiness in hepatic region before the onset of fever. Splenomegaly with hardness and tenderness –Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  13. Splenomegaly –Calotrophis lactum (P-1107).
  14. Enlarged liver and spleen with fever,. Pain in hepatic region with complications of liver; jaundice; conjunctiva yellow; tongue coated white; pain in hepatic region. Hepatomegaly; splenomegaly and jaundice – Carica papaya (P-1107).
  15. Jaundice –Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  16. Hepatomegaly and splenomegaly – Clerodendron infortunatum (P-1109).
  17. Pain with an enlarged liver and spleen especially righrt sided renal pain – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  18. Pain in the upper part of liver; cirrhosis and obstructive jaundice – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  19. Gnawing pain in hepatic region with jaundice – Justicia adathoda (P-1122).
  20. Pain in hepatic and splenic region relieved by pressure with hepatic congestion – Luffa amara (P-1123).
  21. Gall stone colic and problems due to liver disorders – Luffa bindal (P-1124).
  22. Enlarged liver and spleen; splenomegaly and can replace Ceanothus americana admirably – Luffa bindal (P-1124).
  23. Hepatomegaly and splenomegaly- Luffa bindal (P-1124).
  24. Tenderness in liver region; sensitive to touch and stitches in the liver region – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  25. Gripping pain in hepatic and splenic region –Ocimum saqnctum (P-1127).
  26. Jaundice and gastric irritability – Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1129).
  27. Slight pain in the region of liver (large lobe) amoeleriated temporarily by external pressure – Terminalia chebula (P-1132).
  28. Jaundice;splenic affections and torpidity of liver – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  29. Hepatomegaly; splenomegaly; jaundice tender worse sneezing; cough and movement – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  30. Liver and spleen disorders especially if associated with chronic malarial fevers. Hepatosplenomegly with tenderness particularly useful in patients with bilious temperament and constipation is a characteristic symptom – Andersonia (P1097).
  31. Infantile liver and jaundice. A highly efficacious remedy in all types of liver disorders. In slow fevers of children with a deranged or enlarged liver. Infantile jaundice – A ndrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  32. Splenic affections; induration; enlargement-Leucas Aspera (P-1123).
  33. Burning in region of liver and spleen aggravation in the evening – Atista indica (P-1099).
  34. Hepatic obstruction- Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  35. Ascites due to cirrhosis of liver.Dropsy associated withy early liver and peritoneal conditions- Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  36. Ascites – Calotropis gigantean (P1105).
  37. Hepatosplenomegaly and complaints due to bilious disorders like jaundice – Leucas aspera (P-1123).

5. Nausea and vomiting.

  1. Nausea and vomiting of water and mucus – Achryanthes aspera (P-1095).
  2. Nausea with diminished appetite – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Nausea and vomiting – Andersonia (P-1097).
  4. Sour vomiting – Atista indica (P-1099).
  5. Nausea and vomiting mixed with bile – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103)
  6. Nausea – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  7. Vomiting – Calotropis lactum(P-1107).
  8. Bilious vomiting – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  9. Severe nausea – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  10. Vomiting of bright red blood with repungance to all kinds of food – Ficus religiosa (P-1113).
  11. Vomiting during cough and vomits mucus. Weakness after vomiting. Nausea –Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  12. Vomiting with a marked burning sensation all over the body – Luffa amara (P-1123).
  13. Vomiting sometimes every half hour of bile and water. Simultaneous vomiting with purging and burning sensation over the body – Luffa amara (P-1123).
  14. Profuse bilious vomiting with nausea, bitter vomiting – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  15. Bilious vomiting – Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1128); Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).

XV. Urinary organs, Kidneys, Bladder, Urine, Bright’s disease

  1. Albuminuria with profuse frequent micturition (day and night), polyuria, dryness of mouth and great thirst. Desire to drink after micturition which relieves thirst – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Micturition leads to exhaustion; fishy odour in urine; a slight sediment and nocturnal enuresis – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  3. Urethritis. Burning in urethra with inability to retain urine and urgent desire to pass urine and high specific gravity –Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  4. Urine decreased due to cardiac disease or dropsy with pain in lumbar region worse in afternoon – Aegle folia (P-1095).
  5. High coloured urine, thick and yellow in colour –Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  6. Scanty; high coloured urine; scalding ;white; clear;copious strong odour – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  7. Scanty high coloured urine and strangury – Boerrhaaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  8. Frequent micturition, urine dark red with a strong smell –Calotropis gigantean (-1106).
  9. Profuse micturition with weakness and exhaustion after micturition – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  10. Strangury; suppression or retention of urine; cystitis and vesical catarrah – Coleus aromaticus (P1109).
  11. Retention and suppression of urine with dropsy and general anasarca – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  12. Vesical calculus; dysuria; irritation of urinary organs – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  13. Pungent, bloodyor red coloured – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  14. Gonorrhoea and diabetes associated with burning sensation during urination and haematuria – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  15. Frequent micturition and haematuria – Ficus religiosa (P-1113).
  16. Red coloured urine with burning during micturition – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  17. Profuse micturition loaded with sugar with extreme weakness after passing large quantities of urine –Gymnema sylvestre (P-1115)
  18. Colour of urine white with high specific gravity and polyuria day and night – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  19. Irritation of the neck of bladder and urethra and frequent desire to micturate – Hydrocoty;le asiatica (P-1117).
  20. Urine profuse becomes brown on cooling and turbid with sediment – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  21. Renal calculus and dropsy- Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  22. Frequent;blood scanty and involuntary urination at night – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  23. Tenderness in bladder and pain in loin with nocturnal enuresis and profuse emission of watery urine – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  24. High coloured urine – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  25. Frequent micturition, haematuria, pyuria; nephritis – Ocimum caryophyllatum (P-1126).
  26. Extreme burning during micturition, passage of pus in urine. Inflammation andcongestion of kidneys – Ocimum caryophyllatum. (P-1126).
  27. Difficulty in micturition and burning while urination; pyuria and dysuria – Ocimum gratissimum (P-1126)
  28. Enuresis in children, burning while ur4ination with frequent desire to urinate – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  29. Stricture; retention or suppression of urine. Renal calculus.- Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  30. Polyuria; glycosuria, increased frequency and quantity day and night with high specific gravity – Syzigium jambolanum (p-1130).
  31. Scanty urine – Terminalia arjuna (P-1132).
  32. Scanty urine; frequency of urination increased at night- Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  33. Frequent passage of small quantities ofurine with burning during micturition; dysuria mixed with pus – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  34. Scanty red urine with retention of urine along with purging and vomiting –Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  35. Renal calculus – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  36. Involuntary pain and burning sensation during micturition – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118)

2.Dropsy and Diabetes.

  1. Diabetes mellitus and insipidus. White ulcers at the mouth of prepuce caused by excessive passage of sugar in urine –Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Diabetes mellitus and insipidus. Glycosuria and polyuria – Cephalandra indica (P-1108)
  3. Dropsy. Profuse micturition. Weakne4ss and exhaustion after urination. Sugar in urine – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  4. Dropsy and general anasarca – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  5. Diabetes associated with burning sensation during micturition and haematuria –Ficus indica (P-1112).
  6. Sugar killer – diabetes mellitus –Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  7. It is almost specific for diabetes mellitus and diminishes sugar in urine – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  8. Patient puts on flesh and weight, appetite improves and assumes a healthy look- Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  9. It improves his mental ;physical and sexual faculties. He is able to work hard and not exhausted after alittle exhaustion as before- Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  10. Prolongs a diabetic patient’s life. All symptoms accompanied by burning sensation all over the body and relaxation of all muscles – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  11. Colour of urine is white with high specific gravity and polyuria day and night – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114)
  12. Coitus increases the flow of urine in sugar. Sexual power almost lost – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114).
  13. Profuse urination loaded with sugar. Extreme weakness after passing large quantities of sugar – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1114)>
  14. Anasarca and dropsy. Urinary affections –Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  15. Diabetes mellitus and insipidus –Syzxigium jambolasnum (P-1130).
  16. Most powerful remedy in diabetes mellitus – Syzigium jambolanum (P-1130).
  17. It causes a marked dimnution and disappearance of sugar in the urine, polyuria, polydipsia, profound prostration and emaciation – Syzigium jambolanum (P-1130).
  18. Increased frequency and quantity day and night, high specific gravity; glycosuria – Syzigium jambolanum (p-11230).
  19. Fever with dropsy – Aegle folia (P-1095).

XVI. Stool, Rectum and Anus.
A.Stool, Constipation, Diarrhoea and Dysentery.

  • Constipation brownish, black, knotty, hard, lumpy stool with much straining. Dryness of rectum- Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  • Haemorrhage in stool aggravation in morning Acalypha indica (P-1094)
  • Spluttering diarrrhoea with forcible expulsion of flatus, bearing down pains and tenesmus. Stool watery, mucus, frothy.,warm. Thirsty after stools- A calypha indica (P-1094).
  • Acute diarrhoea and cholera, watery stool, yellowish and mixed with flakes of mucus profuse in quantity with burning sensation all over the body- Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  • Scanty urine with extreme thirst followed by intense exhaustion; weakness and giddiness – Achryanthes aspera (P-1095)
  • Diarrhoea and dysentery- Achryanthes aspera (P-1095).
  • Diarrhoea, dysentery;constipation,amoebic and bacillary dysentery – Aeglefolia (P-1096).
  • Continous fever with oedema of hands;legs, face along with diarrhoea – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  • Alternate diarrhoea and constipation with frequent urging for stool without evacuation – Andrographispaniculata (P-1098).
  • Black,hard yellowish loose stool.Flatulence and diarrhoea –Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  • Anti-helminthic remedy indicated in the full developed stage of dysentery – Andrographis paniculata ( P-1O98).
  • Diarrhoea watery and constipation during the entire episode of fever stool pale, earthy, bloody, mucoid with or without force – Atista indica (P-1099).
  • Dysentery with mucus and blood;amoebic and bacillary dysentery – Atista indica (P-1099).
  • Insufficient stool, small, hard and knotty when constipated wnhen natural stools are copious, soft; semisolid, burning in bowels- Azadiracta indica (P-1101)
  • Diarrhoea and dysentery associated withy blood – Blumea odorata (P-1102).
  • Hard saffron coloured or liquid , slimy aqnd yellowish coloured stool – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  • Purging – Calotropis lactum(P-1107).
  • Diarrhoea; dysentery – Calotropis gigantean (P-1105).
  • Lienteric in small quantity passes small quantity in aday – Carica papaya (P-1107).
  • Dysentery; greenish mucoid tinged with blood and pain before and during stool. – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  • Diarrhoea with nausea. Stools are liquid, deep yellow in colour, frothy. Loose evacuations with worm infestations. Occasionally constipated – Clerodendron infortumnatum (P-1109).
  • Chronic diarrhoea and dysentery – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  • Itching in rectum; lienteria with expulsion of worms – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  • Chronic and acute dysentery. Bright red profuse blood with tenesmus, urging; colic – Ficus indica (P-1112)>
  • Dysentery bloody with menorrhagia – Ficus religiosa (P-1113)
  • Acute and chronic dysentery with profuse mucus and blood with pinching; gripping colic around the navel, prostration, emaciation,loss of appetite with bitter taste in mouth – Holarrhena antidysenterica (P-1115).
  • Tenesmus ;eructations; proctalgia with constant urging to stools – Holarrhena antidysenterica (P-1115).
  • Dysentery, sensation of weight. Burning and itching in anus. Ineffectual desire stool dry; hard – Hydrocotyle asiatica ( P-1117).
  • Obstinate constipation passes stool on every third or fourth day, pain before stool with soreness of anus – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • Blind or bleeding piles which itches and smarts. Large; hard stool covered with mucus – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  • Obstinate constipation . Loose mixed with mucus – Justicia adhathoda (P-1122).
  • Bloody dysentery – Leucas aspera (P-1122);.
  • Loose rice water like every 20-30 minutes sometimes mixed with mucus. No pain associated with stool, profuse, painless evacuations – Luffa amara (P-1123).
  • Lienteric with thirst and want of hunger – Menispernum cocculus (P-1124).
  • Constipation in children – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125)
  • Profuse bilious stools associated with nausea – Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  • Bloody dysentery with fever – Ocimum caryophyllatum (P-1126).
  • Remittent fever during diarrhoea, dentition or worm troubles. Gastric and intestinal catarrah with fever and diarrhoea – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  • Involuntary during high fever; diarrhoea in rainy season or autumn – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  • Copious, yellowish , greenish very offensive mucoid and bloody – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  • Chronic diarrhoea and dysentery – Syzigium jambolanum (P-1131).
  • Diarrhoea, chronic dysentery and constipation – Terminalia chebula (P-1132).
  • Frequent ineffectual desire for stool but passes only a small quantity with great force or nothing comes out at all – Terminalia chebula (P-1132)
  • Sweat during stool, pressive pain ; itching and sensation of fullness in rectum – Terminali chebula (P-1132).
  • In diarrhoea small quantity of faeces mixed wit mucus. Flatulence mixed with burning in stomach. In constipation small; hard stool – Terminalia chebula (p-1132)
  • Dysentery;copious ;painless, greenish, yellow, liquid mixed with bile and mucus bloody stool becomes exhausted due to frequent passage of stool – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  • After stool with urging and straining continue for a long time with rectal prolapse; burning in anus; smarts after stool – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  • Passage of involuntary; bloody stools. In cholera with copious stools and vomiting with restlessness, thirst; burning sweat; extreme prostration; cold exrtremities and restlessness- Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  • More powerful than Atista indica in amoebic and bacillary – Atista radix (P-1100).
  • Patient passes only blood along with pain around the navel; dsysentery appears in autumn – Atista radix (P-1100)

2.Piles, Haemorrhoids and Worms

  1. Useful in indigestion, colic,piles and constipation. Bleeding piles – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  2. An anti-helminthic remedy indicated in full developed stage of dysentery – Andrographis paniculata (p-1098).
  3. Worm complaints – Atista radix (P-1100).
  4. Intestinal worms- Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  5. Worm symptoms and colic due to worms in children- Clerodendron infortunatum (P-1109).
  6. Loose evacuations with worm infestations – Clerodendron infortunatum (P-1109).
  7. Efficient vermifuge and flatulence due to worms – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  8. Successfully arrests bleeding from piles – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  9. Bleeding piles – Ficus religiosa (P-1112).
  10. Worms- Gentiana chirata (P-1114); Ocimum sanctum (P-1126).
  11. Bleeding piles – Terminalia chebula (P-1133).
  12. Remarkable antihelminthic remedy and remarkable in thread worm infection- Vernonia antihelminthica (P-1130).
  13. Useful in problems arising as a consequence of worm problems; nocturnal enuresis with grinding of teeth at night – Vernonia antihelminthica (P-1136).
  14. Helminthiasis – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).

XVII. Genitalia (Male).

  1. Absence of sexual desire, impotence becomes exhausted after coition – Abtroma augusta (P-1092)
  2. Swelling and hanging of the testes (orchitis)- Abroma augusta(P-1092)
  3. Sexual impotency – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  4. Great excitement of sexual organs – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  5. Gonorrhoea- Boerrhaavia diffusa;(P-1103); Coleus areomaticus (P-1109).
  6. Secondary syphilis and gleet – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  7. Gonorrhoea and diabetes associated with a burning sensation during urination – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  8. Weakness of the organs, impotence with slight discharge of semen- Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  9. Coitus increases the flowof urine and sugar. Sexual power almost lost – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1115).
  10. Gonorrhoea and secondary syphilis – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  11. Drawing pain in spermatic cords with impotency and indifference to intercourse. Left scrotum relaxed. Heaviness of scrotum – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  12. Gonorrhoea and impotency – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118)
  13. Orchitis.Drawing pain in spermatic cords- Joanesia asoca 9P-1120).
  14. Itching in scrotum. Seminal discharge with or without dreams – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  15. Spermatorrhoea and gonorrhoea in the first stage when there is excessive burning during micturition mixed with pus – Ocimum caryophyllatum (P-1126).
  16. Gonorrhoea with difficulty in urination and with burning and pus –(Ocimum gratissimum(P-1126).
  17. Spermatorrhoea and gonorrhoea – Terminalia arjuna (P-1131).
  18. Seminal debility ,secondary syphilis; genito- urinary problems; gonorhoea; pyuria dysuria and pyuria – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  19. Tonic patient is extremely weak owing to repeated attacks of fever and exhausting seminal emissions – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  20. Gonorrhoea and secondary syphilis – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1134).
  21. No sexual desire. Erection at night without any cause peculiar electric like throbbing in urethra for a few seconds comes like lightning – Atista indica (P-1100).
  22. Nervous debility due to seminal loss – Ficus indica (P-1112).

XVIII. Genitalia (Female).
A.Menstrual abnormalities, Leucorrhoea,chlorosis,Menopause and Prolapsus.

  1. Amenorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Irregular catamenia, menstrual blood is dark,clotted, profuse or scanty and pale.Leucorrhoea profuse,white, thin,watery.-Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  3. Chlorosis. Colicky pain in lower abdomen 2-3 days before menses. Hysteria associated with menstrual disorders- Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  4. Useful in some cases of chlorosis – Abroma augusta radix (P-1093).
  5. Efficacy is marked in all female disorders especially those connected with the uterus- Abroma augusta radix (P-1093).
  6. Irregular menstrual disorder, dysmenorrhoea; colicky pains in the lower abdomen before and during menses- Abroma augusta radix(P-1093).
  7. Menstrual flow may be copiousor scanty; discharge is black and mixed with clots. Leucorrhoea – Abroma augusta radix (P-1093).
  8. Menorrhagia – Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  9. Leucorrhoea – Andersonia (P-1096).
  10. Uterine debility – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  11. Excellent results in miscarriage when haemorrhage is profuse – Blumea odorata (P-1102).
  12. In bloody leucorrhoea and menorrhagia it exerts a powerful influence to arr3est bleeding – Blumea odorata.
  13. Uterine disorders. It aids menstrual discharge- Carica papaya (P-1107).
  14. It helps uterine contraction and induces abortion when locally applied to the mouth of the uterus- Carica papaya (P-1107).
  15. Leucorrhoea- Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  16. Haemorrhage during menses – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  17. Bloody leucorrhoea – Ficus indica (P-1112).
  18. Menorrhagia, metorrhagia bright red; bearing down pains in lower abdomen – Ficusreligiosa (P-1113).
  19. Leucorrhoea with heaviness in uterus. Prickling and itching at the vulval orifice – Hydrocotyle asiatica(P-1116).
  20. Vulva, vagina and cervix are red with severe labour like pains in uterus and appendages –Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1118).
  21. Leucorrhoea –Hygrophilia spinosa (P-1118).
  22. Uterine disorders and menorrhagia – Joanesia asoca;(P-1119).
  23. An ancient medicine for great repute for menstrual and uterine disorders. A soverign remedy for amenorrhoea and scanty menses with intolerable pain and burning sensation during micturition – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  24. Uterine tonic gives strength to uterus which have been weakened by chronic ailments – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  25. Headache due to suppression of menses; delayed or irregular menstrual discharge is scanty, pale, watery and foul smelling , blackish- Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  26. Amenorrhoea at puberty with headache, palpitations, hysteria with loss of appetite better by commencement of free flow – Joanesia asoca (P-1119)
  27. Menorrhagia, profuse, long lasting menses make the female weak and anaemic. Menorrhagia due to uterine fibroids- Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  28. Dysmenorrhoea with constipation and a burning sensation over the face and eyes. Cessation of menses when colicky, abdominal pains supervene – Joanesia asoca (P-1119)
  29. Stimulating effect on the endometrium and ovarian tissue – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  30. Useful in sterility and menopause – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  31. Leucorrhoea from delayed menses or in place of menses. Infantile leucorrhoea, small girls become emaciated despite regular nourishment –Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  32. Menstrual colic. Headache due to scanty flow of menses with severe pain in the lower parts of abdomen and back – Joanesia asoca (P-1119).
  33. Menorrhagia. A great remedy for uterine haemorrhage –Menispernum cocculus (P-1124).
  34. Patient become extremely weak due to excessive bleeding. Blood continuously oozes out of the uterus. Haemorrhage worse from or during movement – Menispernum cocculus (P-1124).
  35. Colour of blood is bright red mixed with clots, copious bleeding. Pain in the lower abdomen, excessive haemorrhage after delievery worse movement – Menispernum cocculus (P-1125).
  36. Lochia terribly offensive of an unnatural colour, lasts long,mixed with pus; blood and mucus resembles wash of a fish – Iocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  37. Menses irregular. Leucorrhoea and uterine complications are avoided if used after delievery – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).

2. Abortion and Miscarriage.

  1. Excellent results in miscarriage when haemorrhage is profuse – Blumea odorata (P-1102).
  2. Abortion. It helps uterine contraction and induces abortion when locally applied to the mouth of uterus – Blumea odorata (P-1102).

XIX. Lower extremities.

  1. Weakness and heaviness of the limbs. Legs go to sleep, cramping while getting them straight. Legs seem to give way at every step – Atista indica 9P-1100).
  2. Burning of soles. Numbness of limbs. Rheumatic pain in the lower extremities – Azadiracta indica (P-1102).
  3. Rheumatic like pains all over – Boerrhaavia diffusa (P-1103).
  4. Slight pain on moving the inside of right thigh just below the groin followed by swelling and tenderness. Thigh is sore making turning irksome – Calotropis gigantea(P-1106).
  5. Cannot bend leg while walking. Intermittent; cramping pain ; moves the feet continuously in bed for relief – Calotropis gigantea (P-1106).
  6. Pain in foot so severe when at rest; it brings tears to the eyes worse from drinking coffee – Calotropis gigantea (P-1106).
  7. Places the foot very gently on the ground can stand without pain but pain return on taking the weight off the foot. Foot red;swollen not tender – Calotropis gigantea (P-1106).
  8. Aching pain in extremities.Weakness in legs. Difficulty in walking – Gentiana chirata (P-1114).
  9. Revival of old rheumatic pains. Contraction of legs. Irresistible desire to stretch. Pain in all the joints worse left side – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  10. Sensation as if hot water runs through the marrow of bones; myalgia with weakness and crampy numbness in all muscles. Rheumatoid arthritis, gout, unable to stand- Hydrocotyla asiatica (P-1117).
  11. Weak feeling in limbs, pain in small joints, shifting pain; numbness of limbs – Joanesia asoca (P-1120).
  12. Swelling of lower extremities – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  13. Pain in limbs aggravated after 4 pm – Aegle folia (P-1095).

XX. Sleep and Dreams.

  1. Drowsiness but cannot sleep with sleeplessness – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Insomnia, unrefreshed sleep. Sleeps better in the early part of morning – Abroma augusta(P-1091).
  3. Transient, unrefreshing – Atista indica (P-1100).
  4. Sleeplessness and tossing in bed, dreamy and interrupted sleep – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  5. Dreams ofquarrels, beating etc in the latter part of night – Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  6. Restless;feverish, tossing from side to side – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  7. Sleep, sleeplessness, comatose sleep- Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).
  8. Shrieks out during sleep and disturbed sleep – Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  9. Yawning and stretching and sleepy during the day – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  10. Heavy dreamless sleep or dreams all the while he is asleep- Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1117).
  11. Insomnia. An infalliable remedy for sleep- Hygrophilia sphiniosa(p-1118).
  12. Disturbed sleeplessness with dreams of fear and traveling – Joanesia asoca (P-1121).
  13. Fitful due to cough and unrefreshing- Acalypha indica (P-1094).

XXI. Skin troubles.

  1. Carbuncles, dry skin; scratching; burning, small boils in summers, and an outcome of diabetes – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. Jaundice; circumscribed furuncle like swelling with itching – Acalypha indica (P-1094).
  3. Boils; carbuncles;foulsmelling poisonous ulcers – Achyranthes aspera (P-1095).
  4. Can be used internally and externally; red spots on the skin. Burning pain all over the body – Achryanthes aspera (P-1095).
  5. Itching, ring worm – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  6. Pemphigus;scabies- Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  7. Locally,it helps in the removal of slough and promotes healthy granulation and healing- Azadiracta indica (P-1101).
  8. Dry,dirty, small eruptions like mosquito bites- Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1105).
  9. Skin diseases. An excellent remedy for skin affections – Calotropis gigantean(P-1105)
  10. In all ulcers especially gangrenous ulcers;ulcers of leprosy, elephantiasis of leg and scrotum – Calotropis gigantean(P-1106).
  11. Diseases of skin are successfully treated by this drug –Calotropis lactum (P-1107).
  12. Skin affections, sunstroke, boils, abscesses and carbuncles – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  13. Intolerable burning sensation all over the body –Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  14. Sensation of burning all over, diabetic carbuncles, boils and burns – Gymnema sylvestre (P-1116).
  15. Leprosy,elephantiasis, acne rosaceae, lupus, ringworm- Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).
  16. Multiplicity of skin affections. Circular spots with raised scaly edges. Erythema with severe itching and copious sweat . Miliary eruptions on neck, ;back and chest – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1118).
  17. Thickening of epidermoid layer with exfoliation of scales – Hydrocotyle asiatica(P-1118).
  18. Elephantiasis;scleroderma,eczema, pemphigus and lupus – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1118).
  19. Acne rosacea. Pustules on chest. Syphilitic affections – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1118).
  20. Urticaria appears in summers worse from heat and warmth- Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  21. Small red pimples and eruptions resembling measles – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118)>
  22. Prickly heat. Ulcers due to impurity of blood – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  23. Useful in skin affections worse by warmth and relieved by cold applications in gonorrhoea – Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  24. Scabies – Leucas aspera (P-1123)>
  25. Has a powerful action against the skin streptococci – Psoralea corylifolia (P-1129).
  26. Locally beneficial in the treatment of leucoderma of a non-syphilitic origin – Psoralea corylifolia (P-1129).
  27. It dilates arterioles of the subcapillary plexus. Plasma content in the area increased and it becomes hyperaemic – Psoralea corylifolia (P-1129).
  28. Melanoblasts are stimulated leading to pigment formation;it diffuses into decolourised leucodermic patches – Psoralea corylifolia (P-1129).
  29. Prickly heat on upper part of the body and arms. Skin covered with small red papules which itch intensely; chronic ulcers, diabetic u8lcers – Syzigium jambolanum (P-1131).
  30. Skin diseases – Terminalia chebula (P-1133);Tinospora cordifolia (P-1133).
  31. Gangrene after amputation – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116).

XXII. Glands.

  1. Enlarged glands – Andersonia (P-1096).

XXIII. Fever.

  1. Dry heat all over the body with great thirst – Abroma augusta (P-1092).
  2. With catarrahal symptoms like influenza and dropsy in children. Continous fever with oedema of hands; legs and face along with diarrhoea – Aegle folia (P-1096).
  3. Chronic fever associated with splenic or hepatic disorders – Aegle folia (P—1096).
  4. Feverish with headache. Chronic fever. Aching pains during fever. Burning in hands and feet -Andersonia (P-1097).
  5. Convalescence after prolonged fever- Andrographis paniculata (P-1098)
  6. Fever with chilliness and heat all over the body; headache with thirst, burning all over the body relieved by cold air and water – Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  7. Fever comes at 11am then again at 7-8pm,intermittent or remittent fever;disinclined to moved during fever – Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  8. An excellent remedy in breaking and stopping fevers which appear on alternate days or on every third day with or without malarial infection especially during in autumn – Atista indica (P-1099).
  9. Chill without thirst; heat with intense thirst; fever comes in between 5-10 am and subsides around 3-4am ;fever appears every alternate day. Periodicity is not marked – Atista indica(P-1100).
  10. Grand remedy in chronic fever – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  11. Fever with chill or without chill from 4.30 pm and abates from 7.30 pm, glowing heat with burning in various parts of the body even in open air – Azadiracta indeica (P-1100).
  12. Copious sweat especially on forehead, neck, upper part of the body, no sweat on the lower parts of the body commences on the forehead – Azadiracta indica (P-1100).
  13. Indicated in tertian fever – Blumea odorata (P-1103),.
  14. Great value in chronic intermittent fever –Cae4salpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  15. Irregular fevers comes on at any time accompanied by chills and shivering on one day and on the other with hardly any chills. Character of fever is very characteristic – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  16. Fever appears between 8-10 am or between 2 and 4 pm. No thirst in afternoon fever but marked thirst during heat in morning fever – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1104).
  17. Sweat stage lasts for short time. Sweat breaks out over face; chest; neck and shoulder. Fever does not last for more then 6 hours. After fever there is extreme prostration, patient lies down quietly in bed with eyes closed and cannot even talk. Useful in intermittent and remittent fever of malarial origin – Caesalpinia bonducella (P-1105).;
  18. Frequent chills pass up the spine; head hot; body cold cheeks burn like fire – Calotropis gigantean (P-1106)>
  19. Chills return towards bed time even when close to fire, fits of perspiration alternate with chills –Calotropis gigantean (P-1106).
  20. Fever with enlargement of liver and spleen; fever comes in afternoon with burning sensation in eyes and face –Clerodendron infortunatum (P-1109).
  21. Intermittent fever and remittent fever in children with sleepiness; drowsiness and pain all over the body especially over the spine – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110).
  22. Typhoid, cerebrospinal meningitis. Fever comes on at 7 am with mild chills lasts for 2-3 hours with a burning sensation over face; eyes; hands and feet. Remission of fever with perspiration over the forehead and back parts of hands and feet. Fever returns regularly everyday – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110)
  23. Fever comes in the morning ranging between 101-103 degree F -Embelia ribes (P-1111).
  24. Chronic fever. A noted fever killer in both acute and chronic malarial fever. As long as the fever lasts burning in the eyes. Kalaazar with hepatomegaly and splenomegaly. Wards off debility after fever.- Gentiana chirata (P—1113).
  25. Cold stage lasts long with nausea and bilious vomiting, no thirst but desire for hot water – Gentiana chirata ( P-1113).
  26. Heat stage lasts for about 3 hours with slight thirst. Sweat after heat stage with little perspiration only on axilla, chest and thighs.- Gentiana chirata (P-1113).
  27. Fever may appear at any time with burning in eyes from its onset and lasts as long as it persists.- Gentiana chirata (P-1113).
  28. Shivering in the afternoon; hands and feet cold amoelirated by rubbing and becomes cold on cessation of rubbing. Profuse sweat – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1113).
  29. Malaria associated wit urticaria. With the rise in temperature there is intense itching and urticaria like eruptions which are relieved by cold applications; fever appears in the morning without chill or thirst- Hygrophilia sphinosa (P-1118).
  30. Chill without thirst; dry heat with restlessness; red cheeks ;flushed face and running nose – Justicia adhathoda (P-1121).
  31. Chills every evening with night sweats and also useful in consumption and other lung affections attended with cough and hectic fever – Justicia adhathoda (P—1121).
  32. Useful in intermittent fevers – Leucas aspera (P-1123).
  33. Chills are felt sometimes. Pulse is weak, feeble, face is pale and extremities cold with clammy perspiration – Luffa amara (P-1123).
  34. Chronic malarial fever with dropsy, hepatomegaly and splenomegaly – Luffa bindal (p-1124).
  35. Useful in all fevers with a predominance of bilious symptoms. Insatiable thirst exists before and during chill and heat, nausea may or may not be present; drinking causes bilious vomiting. Sweat not marked. – Nyctanthes arbnortristris (P-1125).
  36. In remittent fever associated with cold, cough or diarrhoea, pneumonia, bronchitis and asthma – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  37. Remittent fever in children during dentition, diarrhoea or worm complaints. Gastric and intestinal catarrah with fever and diarrhoea –Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  38. Excellent remedy in influenza and fevers associated with cough and diarrhoea, acute pains all over the body, bone pains; soreness of muscles and severe headache – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  39. Typhoid fever with chilliness, burning sensation all over the body, delirium, drowsiness and comatose condition with key note symptom of tongue and lips – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  40. Intermittent fever comes in afternoon with extreme chilliness; hands and feet become cold , numb tingle and don’t become warm easily. Sensation of extreme heat and flashes of heat during hot stage; burning in palms and soles relieved by a cold breeze and cold washing along with heat; sweat breaks out – Ocimum sanctum (P-1128).
  41. Low forms of fever. Rise of temperature early in the morning with chill, thirst, headache and a burning sensation all over the body. Intensity of fever lessens gradually – Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1129).
  42. Fever either remittent or intermittent coming on with bilious symptoms. Fever appears with greater intensity one day and on the next day it is of a milder character. Bilious vomiting; bilious stools, gastric irritability. Increases the flow of urine and is valuable remedy in nervous depression – Oldenlandia herbacea (P-1128).
  43. Fever during pueperium – Rauwolfia serpentina (P-1130).
  44. Catarrahal fever. A sure preventive against smallpox. Fever with thirst. Aversion to food; burning sensation and pain all over the body – Solanum xaxnthocarpum (P-1130).
  45. Intermittent fever and all fevers – Tiniospora cordifolia (P-1133).
  46. A tonic patient is extremely weak owing to repeated attacks of fever and exhausting seminal emissions –Tinospora cordifolia (P-1133).
  47. Acute or chronic malarial fever, temperature rises in the afternoon
  48. which causes shivering. Bilious vomiting with thirst and headache. Chronic slow fever with history of gonorrhoea and weakness due to seminal loss – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1133)
  49. Bad effects of quinine which causes continuation of fever with burning sensation in hands, feet and face, jaundice, loss of appetite and headache – Tinospora cordifolia (P-1133).
  50. Chronic and acute malarial fever and kala azar – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1133).
  51. Fever comes around 11 am- 12 noon with chills during fever, burning sensation all over the body, rise of temperature with headache and burning thirst – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1133).
  52. Acute fever associated with vomiting; nausea and a constant waterbrash. Chronic fever with hepatosplenomegaly and jaundice, chronic malarial fevers and kala azar—Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  53. Fever of short duration 1 day and of greater intensity the next day. Rise or fall in temperature is directly proportional to headache –Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  54. Used in all kinds of fever with predominance of bilious symptoms. Headache, waterbrash, nausea are key note symptoms for its administration – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1135).
  55. Typhoid – Ficus religiosa (P-1112), Ocimum sanctum (P-1126).

XXIV. Anaemia, Debility, Weakness, Weariness, Fainting, Prostration and state of collapse .

  1. Debility. Great uneasiness with feeling of extreme prostration and unable to do any work and disinclined to work – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  2. Great loss of flesh, rapid emaciation and parasitic weakness – Abroma augusta (P-1091).
  3. Burning sensation all over the body –Abroma augusta (P-1091)
  4. General debility – Andersonia (P-1096), Andrographis paniculata (P-1097).
  5. General burning sensation in palms. Washes hands and feet with cold water in order to relieve the burning sensation – Andrographis paniculata (P-1097).
  6. Burning sensation all over the body with thirsty and desire for cold things. Extreme weakness; restlessness and sleepiness – Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134)

XXV. Constitutional diseases and miscellaneous diseases.

  1. An excellent remedy for dropsy and beriberi with decreased urine. Acts as a mild stimulant to the intestinal mucous membrane – Aegle folia (P-1095).
  2. Efficacious in kalazar of infants – Andrographis paniculata (P-1098).
  3. Scurvy and scorbutic teeth – Atista indica (P-1098)
  4. Leprosy and gonorrhoea – Azadiracta indica (P-1102)
  5. Beriberi, dropsy, gonorrhoea and kalazar – Boerhaavia diffusa (P-1103)
  6. Pneumonic tuberculosis; leprosy and syphilis – Calotropis gigantean (P-1105).
  7. Sunstroke – Cephalandra indica (P-1108).
  8. Scabies, secondary syphilis and gleet – Cynodon dactylon (P-1110).
  9. Wry neck – Desmodium gangeticum (P-1110)
  10. Employed in beginning of phthsis with haemoptysis and arterial haemorrhage –Acalypha indica (P-1093).
  11. Gonorrhoea, dropsy, leprosy, secondary syphilis; elephantiasis and gout – Hydrocotyle asiatica (p-1116).
  12. Skin and female generative organs are the chief centers of attacks. In intestinal inflammation and cellular proliferation there is hypertrophy and inflammation of hypertrophy and induration of connective tissue and scleroderma – Hydrocotyle asiatica (P-1116)
  13. Sensation of warmth in the scorbulis cordis is the characteristic feature of the remedy – Calotropis gigantea (P-1105)
  14. Decreases obesity while the muscle mars become harder and firmer-Calotrophics gigantea (P-1105)
  15. Kalaazar with hepato splenomegaly-Genhana chirate(P-1113)
  16. Anasarca, dropsy, gonorrhoea, rheumatism-Hygrophilia sphinosa(P-1118)
  17. Rheumatism, sciatica –Nyctanthes arbortristis (P-1125).
  18. Opthalmia neonatorum and pleurisy – Ocimum sanctum (P-1127).
  19. A sure preventive against small pox- Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  20. Burning sensation and pain all over the body – Solanum xanthocarpum (P-1130).
  21. Dropsy-Terminalia chebula (P-1132)
  22. Leprosy, rheumatism, secondary syphilis, gonorrhoea-Tinospora cordifolia(P-1133)
  23. Kala azar-Trichosanthes dioica (P-1134)

XVI Injuries, burns, bites, stings, fractures

  1. Bad effects of dog and snake bites-Achyranthes aspera (P-1095)
  2. Bites of venomous animals –Boerhaavia diffusa (P-1103)
  3. Bleeding from cuts or wounds and also be used internally and externally-Cynodon dactylon (P-1110)
  4. Poisonous snake bites- Gymnema sylvestra (P-1114)
  5. Usually in case of snake bites, mother tincture is applied both internally and externally, 10-15 drops per dose at 15-20 minutes interval, till the patient gets better—Leucas aspera (P-1123)
  6. In the case of scorpion bites, its action is noticed, the burning pains disappears within a short period—Leucas aspera (P-1123)
  7. In fractures, pain all over the body due to fall and all sorts of ecchymosis, action of this drug in this case is supreme –Terminalia arjuna (P-1131)

Dr Jubin John
ESI Medical Officer, Govt of Kerala

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