CARBO VEGETABILIS (Carb-v.) – کاربو ویجی ٹیبلس
The idea of Carbo vegetabilis is the emptiness that we see in all levels. The person feels that life is leaving him, he feels like an empty sac. The circulation is poor and produces weakness and faintness in both acute and chronic states.
EMPTINESS IN ALL LEVELS, POOR CIRCULATION – WEAKNESS, FAINTNESS WITH COLD PERSPIRATION AND DESIRE TO BE FANNED
The emptiness on the emotional level is manifested by indifference, apathy, discouragement and on the mental level by slow thinking, dullness, weak memory, confusion, indecision.
Before these states you may see irritability and anger. The patient is abrupt and critical.
Anxiety on closing the eyes, at evening in bed. Delirium in the dark.
Acts upon the venous circulation, esp. capillaries. Poor circulation and imperfect oxygenation. Disintegration. Bad effects from exhausting illness (ex. measles, scarlet fever, intoxication) and loss of vital fluids. Used after anaesthesia to bring back the patient quickly. Last stages of disease.
FAINTNESS on rising, on waking, on exertion. Faintness with cold perspiration esp. on forehead, cold breath, cold tongue, cold face and general coldness of body.
DESIRE TO BE FANNED.
Tympanitic distention of abdomen <eating, drinking, stool after > eructations, flatus. Indigestion <ice-cream.
Chilly. Waking from coldness of limbs. Always suffering from coryza.
Hæmorrhage from mucous membranes or orifices.
Gums are spongy, detached from teeth and bleed easily on sucking them or cleaning them.
Headache or constriction of head <pressure of hat. Head sensitive from walking in cold air.
Sensitive to tight clothing (esp. around stomach and abdomen) > loosening clothing.
AGG.: warm wet weather, olive oil, pork, rich foods, butter and fat, eating while.
AMEL.: open air, loosening clothing, lying.
DES.: salt, sweets, coffee.
AVERS.: fat meat, salt, milk, meat.
CARBO VEGETABILIS (Carb-v.) – Acute (Hussain Kaisrani)
Bad effects from exhausting illness (ex. measles, scarlet fever, intoxication) and/or loss of vital fluids.
KEYWORDS: faintness, coldness, pale, distention, hemorrhage, perspiration, desires to be fanned.
Poor circulation and imperfect oxygenation. Disintegration. Last stages of disease. Used after anaesthesia to bring back the patient quickly.
All complaints accompanied by faintness and cold perspiration esp. on forehead, cold breath, cold tongue, cold face and general coldness of body.
Chilly but desires to be fanned. Waking from coldness of limbs.
APPEARANCE: the face is pale or greenish with cold sweat. Hippocratic face.
RESPIRATION: pneumonia with wheezing, accelerated respiration ameliorated on lying, on closing the eyes. Dyspnoea. Weakness, tightness and oppression of chest. Burning pain in chest aggravated on cough. Bloody, salty, greenish expectoration.
ABDOMEN: tympanitic distention of abdomen aggravated when eating, drinking, after stool and ameliorated by eructations, flatus.
GENERALS: hæmorrhages from mucous membranes or orifices.
Aggravation: warm wet weather, rich foods, fats, eating while.
Amelioration: open air, loosening clothing, lying.