HYPERICUM PERFORATUM (Hyper.) – ہائیپریکم ہائیپریکم
INJURIES TO PERIPHERAL NERVES
MENTAL SYMPTOMS FROM HEAD INJURIES: depression, prostration, dullness.
Oversensitive to pain.
Delusions that hears the voice of dead people.
Mistakes in writing, omits letters.
INJURIES OF NERVES WITH GREAT PAIN.
Constitutional effects from wounds.
Injuries of parts rich in nerves, esp. fingertips, toes and coccyx, spine, nails, eye, head. Concussion of the spine, brain. Injuries to dental nerves.
Lacerated, crushed finger tips. Lacerated tongue. Laceration of hands.
Bad effects from falls or blows upon head or coccyx. Bruised coccyx after labor, after a fall or injury.
Asthmatic respiration after injury to spine.
Pain shooting upwards, along nerve.
Pain appears suddenly and disappears gradually. Phantom pains (pain after amputation).
Prevents lockjaw, tetanic convulsions, tetanic rigidity.
Headache extending to zygoma, to cheek. Head, sensation as if being lifted up high into the air.
Bunions and corns with excruciating pain.
Pain in gums after extraction of teeth.
AGG.: cold (air, becoming), foggy weather.
DES.: warm drinks.