Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Cinnam)

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Cinnamon

(CINNAMOMUM)

Generals: Cancer where pain and fetor are present. Best when skin is intact. Its use in haemorrhages has abundant clinical verification. Nosebleed. Haemorrhages from bowels, haemoptysis, etc. A strain in loins or false step brings on a profuse flow of bright blood. Post-partum haemorrhage. Flatulency and diarrhoea. Feeble patients with languid circulation.

Female: Bearing-down sensation. Menses early, profuse, prolonged, bright red. Sleepy. No desire for anything. Fingers seem swollen. Uterine haemorrhages caused by overlifting, during puerperal state; menorrhagia.

Relations:

Compare: IpecIpec, Silicea terraSil, TrillTrill.

Antidote: Acon.

Dose: Tincture to third potency. For cancer, strong decoction, one-half pint in a day. Oil of cinnamon in aqueous solution best local disinfectant. 3-4 drops in two quarts of water as a douche, wherever a germicide and disinfectant is needed. Three drops on sugar for hiccough.