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    ADEL SECALE COR DILUTION 30CH

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    ADEL SECALE COR DILUTION 30CH
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    SECALE CORNUTUM DILUTION
    Secale cornutum is made from Ergot or Spurred Rye. It is prepared from the fresh fungus. Patients are old , weak with pale and sunken face. All complaints are accompanied by coldness of parts; intolerance of heat; better by cold

    Female

    Painful , irregular menses- heavy, dark, continuing till next period
    Bleeding is usually watery, black, offensive; constantly oozing out.
    Brownish, offensive leucorrhoea
    Sudden bleeding in third month of pregnancy
    Less milk secretion

    Extremities

    Cold, dry hands and feet in smokers
    Numbness , tingling, trembling, cramps in fingers and toes
    Trembling, staggering gait
    Violent cramps
    Icy coldness of extremities

    Skin

    Blue color. Dry gangrene, developing slowly
    Varicose ulcers
    Blood oozes for long even after small wounds
    Burning sensation; better by cold; wants parts uncovered, though cold to touch
    Skin feels cold to touch, yet covering is not tolerated
    Great aversion to heat
    Formication under skin

    Stool

    Olivegreen, watery, bloody thin, cramps; involuntary
    Sleeplessness in drug, alcohol addicts
    Cholera-like stools, with coldness and cramps

    Eyes

    Eyes sunken and surrounded by a blue margin

    Mouth

    Dry, cracked; cold, blood oozes
    Tingling tip; swollen; stiff

    Dose- As prescribed by physician. Can be taken with allopathic medicines.

    Side Effects: None

    Precautions

    Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
    Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.

    Similar drugs: Colch.; Ars.; Ustilago

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    Content on this page was last updated on 03 July, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)