AGARICUS MUSCARIUS. By D~. C. E. WtIn~LEI~. This drug study is one of the last worl~ (so far as we know) of the late Dr. Wheeler. ‘I!nIs is a fungus that is. The Guide to Homeopathy. Intro · Product Finder · Children’s Formulas · Shop All · Special Offer. Bulky Product. Agaricus Muscarius 30c. Hover to zoom. The OTC potency range of AGARICUS MUSC is 2x–30x, 1c–30c, c, 1m, 10m, 50m, and CM. Availability is subject to change. All WHP single remedies are.
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Epilepsy with great exertion of strength. Sexual excess, effects of. As Agaricus is used in many parts for making an intoxicating drink, we find in alcoholism a sphere for its action, and also in all states of delirium, mania, and even idiocy. A peculiarity of the delirium is to make verses and prophesy, also silly merriness, and incoherent talk, with mania, kisses companions.
Accompanying bodily symptoms are vertigo marked and persistentwith constant impulse to fall backward, twitching about eyes and face, redness without heat, puffy and distorted. Ravenous appetite, with bolting of food. Sexual appetite enormous and enthusiastic, with relaxed penis and impotence. Throughout the body there are spasmodic twitchings, followed by waning tremulousness, finally relaxation and exhaustion.
In all these respects the drug accurately corresponds with the disease. Typhoid states often call for it, and also epilepsy. Rolling of the head is a leading indication for it in brain affections and fever. This renders it appropriate in large numbers of cases of chorea. Twitchings are especially marked in the eyes, eyelids, and facial muscles, and Agaricus has cured many cases of blepharospasm and tic convulsif.
Pain as if touched or pierced by needles of ice is very characteristic. Belonging to a low order of vegetation Agar. Sweat may be oily but is not offensive. The symptoms of Agaricus are apt to appear at the same time on opposite sides of the body but diagonally right upper and left lower, or vice versa. The nervous patients requiring Agar. Mushrooms are among the articles of diet forbidden by Granvogl to persons having the “hydrogenoid constitution, ” as described by him, in which the patients are exceedingly sensitive to cold and damp.
Agreeably with this we find in the provings of Agaricus great sensitiveness to cold air. All symptoms agaricu worse in cold weather, especially headache. Looking out of an open window causes tooth-ache and pains in the limbs. Drinking cold water worse. Symptoms are worse before a thunderstorm. At the same time many symptoms of intense coldness are produced: All the symptoms of frostbite and chilblains itching, redness, and burning.
Somewhat allied to chilblains is bunion, for which Agxricus. Many symptoms appear when walking in the open air, this is a very general and characteristic aggravation. On the other hand, all symptoms are worse indoors and at rest, except vertigo, which may be either worse or better in a room. Conversely to sensitiveness to cold there is sensitiveness to the rays of the sun, and sunstroke is within the curative range of Agaric. Worse After moving, and by pressure from without.
It is antidoted by: Charcoal, coffee, wine, brandy, camphor, fat or oil relieves stomachCalc.
Coitus, subjective symptoms arising after. Mental application or excitement, Over-exertion. Indisposed to perform any king of labor, especially mental. Inclination to make verses and to prophesy. Mania, timid, or furious, with great display of strength. Embraces companions and kisses their hands, alternately with vexation.
Great loquacity, sings, talks, but does not answer questions. Delirium, tries to get out of bed. Delirium constant, knows no one, throws things at the nurse. Morose, self-willed, stubborn, slow in learning to walk and talk. Dizziness, as from intoxication, principally in the open air, in the morning, and on reflecting. Vertigo, with impulse to fall backward. The bright light of the sun instantly produces a dizziness, so as to occasion falling.
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Piercing pains in the head when seated. Dull pain, chiefly in the forehead, with drawing of the eyelids. Drawing pains agaricud the head, extending to the eyes and root of nose, principally on walking in the morning. Pain, as if a nail were driven into the head, worse when sitting quietly, better by slowly moving about. Digging pain and sensation as from a bruise in the brain.
Semilateral cephalalgia, pulling and pressing with confusion in the head. Beating in the vertex, with almost furious despair. Pressure in the head to the bottom of the brain, increased by pressure or contact of the hair, and accompanied by a complete loss of energy. Sensation of icy coldness in the head, on the scalp, right side of frontal bone.
A jerking sensation in the forehead and in the temple. Great sensitiveness of the scalp, as from subcutaneous ulceration. Itching of the hairy scalp, especially early in the morning. Itching in the eyes.
Burning sensation in the internal corners of the eyelids, which are painful on being touched. Pressure in the eyes. Humor in the corners of the eyes, and agglutination of the lids.
Twitching of the eyelids and eyeballs. The cleft of the eyelids growing narrower. Canthi itch, burn, are red, worse from touch, stick together lachrymal fistula. A viscid yellow humor glues the eyelids together. Weakness and confusion of vision, as from a mist muscwrius the eyes. Brownish spots like flies before the eyes. Black motes muxcarius the eyes. Muscular asthenopia, nystagmus, squint. Otalgia excited and aggravated on the admission of free air. Itching in the ears, with redness and burning pain, as from chilblains.
Buzzing in the ears. Excoriation and inflammation of the nostrils, with painful sensibility. Itching in the interior and on the exterior of the nose. Blood on blowing the nose, and bleeding at the nose. Increased acuteness of smell. Frequent sneezing without coryza. Dryness of the nose. Flow of clear water from the nose, without coryza.
Tearing in the face and jaw bones. Twitching in the right cheek. On waking, pain in left jaw-joint, so violent, he can scarcely open his mouth. Itching, redness, and burning in the cheeks, as if from chilblains.
Palpitations and pulsations in the cheeks. Burning fissures in the upper lip.
Herpetic eruption, principally on upper lip. Spasmodic drawing in the chin and in the lower jaw. Needle-like prickings in chin, chin covered with minute blisters.
Tearing pains in the teeth, aggravated by cold. Tearing in the lower molar teeth, worse from cold air. Shooting from right lower teeth up to right side of head.
Gums swollen, painful, and readily bleeding. Pain, as from excoriation in the mouth and in the palate. Excoriation of the tongue. Tongue, after a meal, covered with aphtha of a dirty yellow, with a sensation as if the skin were being taken off.