THIS REMEDY IS USEFUL IN HEADACHES AND HEART AFFECTIONS.
It is derived from an herb called as Spigelia Antihelmia. This herb has a pink root.
This remedy suits subjects who are afraid of sharp pointed things, pin and needles.
Spigelia is an important remedy in pericarditis or other disease of the heart.
This remedy is also useful in certain eye and nervous system disorders. It is particularly useful in glaucoma of the left eye. This remedy suits subjects who have pain beneath the frontal eminence and temples extending to the eyes, worse in the left eye.
It is an extremely useful remedy for headache. This remedy is useful when the pain is throbbing and worse while making a false step.
This remedy suits subjects who have a pressing pain in the eyes whole turning them and when there is severe pain in and around the eyes extending deep into the socket of the eyeball. This remedy is useful in ciliary neuralgia. This remedy is useful in TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA.
This remedy is useful in chronic nasal catarrh, with postnasal drip, with the forepart of the nose being dry.
This remedy is useful in combating severe toothache, worse after eating and from cold food, with a foul odor from the mouth.
This remedy is useful in Facial neuralgia, which is worse on the left side.
This remedy is useful in violent palpitation, with pre-cordial chest pain, which aggravates with movement. This remedy is also useful for chest pain with radiating neuralgia extending to both arms. This remedy is useful in angina pectoris and in breathlessness of cardiac origin. This remedy is useful in Neuralgia that comes on before the vesicles appear in Herpes Zoster.
This remedy is useful in worm infestation and in subjects with ineffectual urging of the stools.
This remedy suits subjects who are worse from touch, motion, noise turning, washing and from concussion of the head.
This remedy suits subjects who are better lying on the right side with the head held high.
TIPS FROM THE MASTERS…
SPIGELIA often stops the pain curatively, where a narcotic especially some barbiturate is given by a routinist, a down hill practice. Dr. T. K. Moore, M.D.
In some cases of pericarditis I have treated, SPIGELIA has done all the medicine could do and I have the utmost confidence in it. Dr. Russel, M.D.
Coronary thrombosis has become one of the biggest killers of civilized men and it is a pity that men do not think of SPIGELIA ANTIHELMITHICA in their distress. To be given in the I.M. potency. Dr. Jugal Kishore, D.M.S.