Hydrangea arborescens (Hydrang)

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hydrang

Seven-barks

(HYDRANGEA)

Generals:

A remedy for gravel, profuse deposit of white amorphous salts in urine. Calculus, renal colic, bloody urine. Acts on ureter. Pain in lumbar region. Dizziness. Oppression of chest.

Urine: Burning in urethra and frequent desire. Urine hard to start. Heavy deposit of mucus. Sharp pain in loins, especially left. Great thirst, with abdominal symptoms and enlarged prostate (Ferrum picricumFerr-pic; Sabal serrulataSabal). Gravelly deposits. Spasmodic stricture. Profuse deposit of white amorphous salts.

Relations:

Compare: Lycopodium clavatumLyc, Chimaphila umbellataChim, Berberis vulgarisBerb, Pareira bravaPareir, Uva ursiUva, Sabal serrulataSabal, Oxydendrum arboreumOxyd, Geum rivaleGeum-Water Avens - (Severe jerking pains from deep in the abdomen to end of urethra; affections of bladder, with pains in penis; worse, eating; relaxed mucous membranes, with excessive and depraved secretions; imperfect digestion and assimilation). PolyctrPolyctr-Haircap moss - (according to Dr. A. M. Cushing in mother tincture or infusion for enlarged prostate-prostatitis).

Dose: Tincture.