CALENDULA (Calen.) – کیلینڈولا
INJURIES, LACERATED WOUNDS
Fear that something bad is going to happen and this fear makes him/her restless.
Anxiety felt in abdomen before or during stool. Aggravation in general during chill becomes peevish, complaining a lot, becomes sleepy.
Bulimia. Great irritability during a chill.
Open, cut, LACERATED wounds, RAGGED, SUPPURATED where the pain is excessive and out of all proportion to injury.
OPEN WOUNDS that will not heal, ulcers etc. Suppurations, abscesses, sepsis and gangrene.
Lacerations in hand, nose. After injuries to genitalia, head, eye.
Injuries of muscles, tendons < moving the part and > by lying. Sensitive to touch.
After labor esp. caesarean. After operations. Calculi after bladder operation. Profuse gum bleeding after tooth extraction.
General weakness after the injury that may be much more debilitating than expected given the severity of wound. Nausea and other consequences after physical trauma (fever, chill, headache).
The injured part is worse on moving the part and relieved by lying perfectly still (Bry.).
Individual with low defenses, gets cold easily, gets tired easily, weak and frightened.
Great disposition to take cold especially in damp weather.
Chill is a marked feature with acute ailments.
Loss of hearing, deafness from cicatricle tissue on the tympanum. Hearing is affected in damp weather.
AGG.: wet weather, motion.