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Tilia eropaea, Linden.

Botanical name:
Please read the introduction to Boericke's tinctures.

Of value in muscular weakness of the eye; haemorrhage o thin, pale blood. Puerperal metritis. Diseases of the antrum (Kali hyd; Chelid).
Head.--Neuralgia (first right, then left side), with veil before eyes. Confusion, with dimness of vision. Much sneezing, with fluent coryza. Bleeding from nose.
Eyes.--Sensation as of gauze before eyes (Calc; Caust; Nat m). Binocular vision imperfect.
Female.--Intense sore feeling about uterus; bearing-down, with hot sweat, but without relief. Much slimy leucorrhoea when walking (Bov; Carb an; Graph). Soreness and redness of external genitals (Thuj; Sulph). Pelvic inflammation, tympanites, abdominal tenderness and hot sweat which does not relieve.
Skin.--Urticaria. Violent itching, and burning like fire after scratching. Eruption of small, red itching pimples. Sweat warm and profuse soon after falling asleep. Sweat increases as rheumatic pains increase.
Modalities.--Worse, in afternoon and evening; in warm room, heat of bed. Better, cool room, motion.
Relationship.--Compare: Lilium; Bellad.
Dose.--Tincture, to sixth potency.


Boericke's Materia Medica, 1901, was written by William Boericke. Excerpt: The Tinctures.



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