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GELSEMIUM DILUTION 30C

(11 ML dilution in box)
GELSEMIUM DILUTION 30C
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GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS DILUTION
Commonly known as Yellow Jasmine, gelsemium is a deep acting remedy that is indicated in people who are quite, like to stay alone, and dull. This remedy acts on especially the nervous and muscular systems of the body and helps in resolving following symptoms. Complaints that start after side effects of fear, bad news, exciting news, sudden emotions, sun, summer heat. Patient is always thirstless with all complaints, even during fever.

Mind

Dullness, languor, listless.
Apathy regarding his illness
Bad effects from fright, fear, exciting news

Head

Dizziness that spreads from base of the head
Head feels heavy along with sensation of tightness around the head
Pain in the sides of head travelling towards ears, nose and chin
Headache is relieved by keeping head raised on pillow
Headache relieved by passing large quantities of urine
Headache with double vision or loss of vision temporarily, begins with blindness .
Vertigo.

Throat

Sensation as if there is lump in throat
Difficulty in swallowing of warm foods, causes pain in ear

Heart

Patient gets the feeling that he has to keep moving or else his heart will stop beating

Nerves

Motor paralysis. muscles refuse to obey. (stroke)
Great weakness and trembling of whole body.
Diarrhoea from anxiety before a meeting, exam or appointment
Pain from throat to ear

Fever

Fever with sensation of chill running up and down the spine
Wants to be held, because he shakes so
Chill, without thirst, along spine; wave-like, extending upward from sacrum to occiput

Dose- As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with other 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.

Compare: Ignatia, Ipecac, Acon, Bell


Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 26 September, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)