JUGLANS CINEREA

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: JUGLANS CINEREA
Butternut
A faulty elimination that produces jaundice and various skin eruptions, is pictured by this drug. The sharp, occipital headache, usually associated with liver disturbances, is very characteristic. Pain in chest, axilla and scapula, with suffocative sensation. Feeling as if all internal organs were too large, especially those of left side. Cholelithiasis.
Modalities.–Better, getting heated, exercise, scratching, on rising in morning. Worse, walking.
Relationship.–Compare: Juglandin (duodenal catarrh; bilious diarrh├àÔÇ£a); Chelidon; Bryon; Iris.
Kartik

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