Brain affections. Chorea. Convulsions. Debility and sleeplessness. Delirium tremens. Ecstasy. Epilepsy. Mental despondency. Nervous debility. Neuralgia. Post-influenzal debility. Sleeplessness. Spermatorrhoea. Stye.
Characteristics: Cypripedium pubescensCypr. has great repute as a "A nervine is a plant remedy that has a beneficial effect upon the nervous system in some way.nervine" among persoon (oorspronkelijk m.n. wijsgeer) die zich niet aan een stelsel bindt, maar van alle stelsels datgene uitkiest wat hem het beste lijkteclectics, and in domestic practice. It ranks with Scutellaria and Valerian.
A strong infusion causes exhilaration followed by calmness; and is much resorted to by women whose nerves are shattered by long illness, or excessive indulgence in green-tea or coffee (Hale).
It is suited to nervous disorders from mental over-excitement, or reflex nervous excitement; to nervous weakness following influenza. It is indicated in the brain-hyperesthesia of children who wake in the night lively and full of play. Ecstasy, preliminary to incipient brain disorder. Epilepsy from reflex irritation. spiertrekkingen, zenuwtrekkingenJactitation and trembling; twitching of limbs.
Ambra griseaAmbr, CocaCoca, Ignatia amaraIgn., Kalium bromatumKali-br., Paullinia sorbilis/GuaranaPaul-s, Thea chinensisThea, Scutellaria laterifloraScut., Valeriana officinalisValer., Zincum metallicumZinc. In ecstasy, Coffea crudaCoff.
Rhus toxicodendronRhus-t poisoning.
1. mind: Irascibility and fitfulness; hysterical symptoms; sleeplessness; agitation. Indifference.
2. head: Vertigo followed by heaviness and dragging of l. foot.
3. eyes: Stye on r. lower lid.
15. male sexual organs: Spermatorrhoea with great nervous prostration and dejection of spirits.
16. female sexual organs: Amenorrhoea, with hysteria. Great nervous debility and despondency. Irritability of vagina; hysterical symptoms, sleeplessness and agitation.
26. sleep: Sleeplessness: with desire to talk, a constant crowding of pleasant ideas; with restlessness of body; twitching of limbs; after miscarriage for several nights in succession. Ecstasy; children awaken in night from sleep, "wide-awake," unnaturally playful, with no desire to go to sleep again (often a preliminary to some brain affection).