LILIUM TRIGRINUM

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: LILIUM TRIGRINUM
Tiger lily,Tincture made of green plant, leaves and flowers
(experiments have been made with the polen of the plant.)
These lilies are poisonous to cats, with just one leaf eaten possibly
leading to death.
Tormented about her salvation, depression of spirit, disposition to
weep and indifferent about anything being done for her.
Great bearing down, as if pelvic contents would press out throughout
the vagina > by pressing up with the hand of sitting down.
Sensation of constriction in heart with uterin troubles and this
constriction or held by an Iron band…..
Frequent desire for stool and urine, displacements, tenesmus.
Listless, yet does not want to sit still, restless, yet does not want to
walk, hurrried manner; desire to do something, yet no ambition,
imperative duties, inability to perform them.
BeatrizHH for ILoveHomeopathy 15=12-10

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