Eupatorium purpureum (Eup-pur)

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Queen of the Meadow

Generals: Albuminuria, diabetes, strangury, irritable bladder, enlarged prostate are a special field for this remedy. Excellent in renal dropsy. Chills and pains run upwards. Impotency and sterility. Homesickness.

Head: Left-sided headache with vertigo. Pain from left shoulder to occiput. Sick headache beginning in morning, worse afternoon and evening, worse in cold air.

Urinary: Deep, dull pain in kidneys. Burning in bladder and urethra on urinating. Insufficient flow; milky. Strangury. Haematuria. Constant desire; bladder feels dull. Dysuria. Vesical irritability in women. Diabetes insipidus.

Back: Weight and heaviness in loins and back.

Female: Pain around left ovary. Threatened abortion. External genitals feel as though wet.

Fever: No thirst during chill, but much frontal ache. Chill commences in back. Violent shaking, with comparatively little coldness. Bone-pains.

Relations:

Compare: SenecioSenecio, Cannab satCannab sat, Helonias dioicaHelon, Phos acPhos ac, TriticumTriticum, EpigeaEpigea.

Dose: First potency.