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SYPHILINUM DILUTION 30C

(11 ML dilution in box)
SYPHILINUM DILUTION 30C
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SYPHILINUM DILUTION

Syphilinum is used for prostration and debility in the morning. Shifting rheumatic pains. Chronic eruptions and rheumatism.Ichthyosis. Syphilitic affections. Pains from darkness to daylight, decrease and increase gradually. Hereditary tendency to alcoholism. Ulceration of mouth, nose, genitals, skin. Succession of abscesses.

Mind

Loss of memory; remembers everything previous to his illness.
Apathetic, feels as if going insane or being paralyzed. Fears the night, and the suffering from exhaustion on awakening. Hopeless, despairs of recovery.

Head.

Linear pains from temple across, or from eyes backward, cause sleeplessness and delirium at night. Falling of the hair. Pain in bones of head. Top of head feels as if coming off.

Mouth

Teeth decay at gum, edges serrated, dwarfed. Tongue coated, teeth-indented, deep longitudinal cracks. Ulcers smart and burn. Excessive flow of saliva, it runs out of mouth when sleeping.

Stomach- Craves alcohol.

Rectum.--Feels tied up with strictures. Enemas very painful. Fissures, prolapse.

Extremities

Sciatica, worse at night, better about day-break. Rheumatism of shoulder-joint, at insertion of deltoid. Severe pain in long bones. Redness and rawness between toes. Rheumatism, muscles are caked in hard knot or lumps. Always washing the hands. Indolent ulcers. Muscles contracted in hard knots.

Respiratory

Aphonia, chronic asthma in summer, wheezing and rattling. Cough dry, hard worse at night, windpipe sensitive to touch. Lancinating pains from base of heart to apex at night.

Dose- As prescribed by physician. It can be taken along with allopathy medicines.

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.

Side effects- None reported


Use under medical Supervision

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Content on this page was last updated on 08 September, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)