·A perfect picture of epileptiform seizure is produced by this drug.
·An Indian medicine for epilepsy.
·Often relieves temporarily epileptic convulsions. Seasickness.
·Dose : For palliations. In all conditions where the blood-vessels are spasmodically contracted, as in angina pectoris, epileptic seizure, megrim, accompanied by cold, pallor, etc, also in paroxysms of asthma, chloroform asphyxia, inhalation of the Amyl nit will give immediate relief. For this non-homeopathic application, two to five minims (put up in pearls) dropped on a handkerchief and inhaled may be required.
·Vomiting, epileptiform convulsions with biting of tongue.
·Nerves : Epileptiform seizures.
·Has some reputation as a remedy for epileptic conditions, and convulsive diseases of childhood and girls at puberty.
·Epilepsy without aura; after fright and other violent emotions and after masturbation.
·Nervous System : Epilepsy; preceded by twitching over whole body.
·Nerve tremors of the aged; chorea, paralysis agitans, epilepsy.
·Epileptic spasms followed by nausea and vomiting.
·Hallucinations-Epileptiform attacks, coma, and anaesthesia.
·Of much value in epilepsy.
·Female : Excitement, with epileptic attacks.
·Female : Epilepsy at time of menses.
·Epilepsy with rush of blood to the head before attack; aura felt in region of heart; flying sensation.
·Has great soothing influence in many nervous disorders, like epilepsy, mania, dementia, delirium tremens, and irritable reflexes.
·Useful in epilepsy and hydrophobia (A.E. Lavine).
·Consider in epilepsy and tetanus.
·Mind : Epilepsy; moaning and whining.
·In epilepsy the average rate is far greater than in normal conditions.
·Spasmodic affections, cramps, convulsions, beginning in fingers and toes, violent, contractive, and intermittent pain, are some of the more marked expressions of the action of Cuprum; and its curative range therefore includes tonic and clonic spasms, convulsions, and epileptic attacks.
·In epilepsy, aura begins at knees, ascends to hypogastrium; then unconsciousness, foaming, and falling.
·Extremities : Epilepsy; auro begins in knees.
·Clinically, this pathogeny should be useful in cerebral affections with dullness or stupefaction; in convulsive or epileptiform attacks; in hysteria; in hepatitis (cirrhosis or atrophy); in haematuria with ovarian or uterine lesions.
·Neuroses with irritable weakness and hypersensitiveness, especially of a periodical character; epilepsy; cardiaigia, with nausea, flatulence, constipation, alternating with diarrhoea; chorea
·Epilepsy, neuroses, with irritable weakness and hyper-sensitiveness. especially of a periodical character.
·Recommended as a spinal stimulant; in epilepsy with flatulency, gouty and skin symptoms.
·Hysterical and epileptic convulsions.
·Extremities : Epileptic attacks ending in deep sleep.
·Marked action on the nervous system, and of undoubted benefit in the treatment of epilepsy with great sadness.
·Nerves : Epilepsy; flashes of heat from abdomen to head; fit begins with dizziness.
·Epilepsy (with salt-free diet).
·Sick headache; sciatica; epilepsy.
·Cerebral congestion, threatened apoplexy, insomnia and epilepsy.
·Epilepsy from blow on head.
·Tendency to tremor, chorea and epilepsy.
·Head : Convulsions and epilepsy from suppressed menses.
·Epileptiform convulsions; worse, during menstruation and pregnancy.
·An Indian medicine for epilepsy.
·Epilepsy, hernia, locomotor ataxia, night-sweats.
·Dose : Thirtieth potency and higher. Locally in gangrene. One ounce of lump sugar morning and evening valuable adjunct in the treatment of obstinate cases of heart failure due to deficient heart muscle without valvular lesion. Epilepsy; blood with reduced sugar content irritates the nervous system with tending to convulsions.
·Epilepsy and softening of brain.
·Periodical states; abscesses, quinsy, headaches, spasms, epilepsy, feeling of coldness before an attack.
·Convulsions and epilepsy; 20 to 40 drop doses; of greatvalue in grand-mal of idiopathic type where the disease has begun beyond age of childhood, hysteric-epilepsy
·Relieves irritation of the urinary passages; influences the prostate gland; checks gleet and prostatorrhoea; has been used for eclampsia, epilepsy, and hydrophobia.
·Of great value in epilepsy, neurasthenia and in nervous children.
·Epilepsy, insomnia, mental exhaustion.
·In epilepsy, it brightens up the patient’s mental powers and helps the constipation.
·Dose : Single dose of the tincture. In epilepsy must be continued for a long time. Verbena in the form of a tea as a diuretic drink is used by Vannier (Paris) to aid elimination in tubercular therapy.
·Epilepsy, chorea, and metrorrhagia.
·Symptoms like epileptic aura and petit mal.
·Epilepsy without aura.
·Hysteria, epilepsy, chorea, hypochondriasis, come within the sphere of this remedy.