PHYSALIS ALKEKENGI

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Common name: Alkekengi-Winter Cherry, Chinese lanterns

Marked urinary symptoms confirming its ancient uses in gravel, etc. Lithiasis; marked diuretic action. Languor and muscular weakness.

Vertigo, hazy feeling; memory weakness; desire to talk constantly. Throbbing pain, heavy over eyes in forehead. Facial paralysis. Dryness of mouth.

Stiff limbs; tonic cramps. Paralysis. When walking, every jar seems repeated in the head.

Chilly in open air. Feverish in evening. Sweat during stool, with creeping sensation, with abundant urine. Pain in liver during, fever.

Cough. Hoarse voice; throat irritated; chest oppressed, causing insomnia. Stabbing in chest.

Acrid, foul, retained, abundant. Polyuria. Sudden inability to hold it in women. Nocturnal incontinence. Enuresis.

Excoriation between fingers and toes; pustules on thighs; nodes on forehead.

Reference: HOMŒOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA
by William BOERICKE

Kartik

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