Dr. Reckeweg Baptisia Tinctoria
Common name: Wild Indigo
Causes & Symptoms for Dr. Reckeweg Baptisia Tinctoria
- The symptoms of Baptisia Tinctoria are of an debilitated weak type, septic conditions of the blood, malarial poisoning and extreme prostration.
- Baptisia also has indescribable sick feeling with great muscular soreness. All the secretions of baptisia tinctoria are offensive - breath, stool, urine, sweat, etc.
- Chronic intestinal toxaemias of children with fetid stools and eructation. It is used in cases where the vital fluid is undergoing decomposition and rapid disintegration. Baptisia in low dilutions produces a form of anti-bodies to the bacteria causing typhoid, thus it raises the natural bodily resistance to the invasion of the bacillary intoxication
- As if drunk, sleepy, intoxicated.
- When he is asked any question, he answers slowly and falls asleep in the middle of his answer. Wild, wandering feeling. Inability to think. Mental confusion. Ideas confused
- Delirium from sepsis/fever.
- DELUSIONS: Sensation as if body is separated, scattered and he tries to get parts together.
- Inflammations with RAPID SEPTIC-LIKE CONDITIONS, even with coma.
- OFFENSIVE odour mouth, stool, flatus, perspiration.
- SORE PAINS (Arnica., Badiaga ).
- Influenza: bruised feeling, uncomfortable in any position, bed feels too hard (Arnica).
- Infection of mastoid process present right behind your ear.
- Confused, swimming feeling. Vertigo; pressure at root of nose.
- Skin of forehead feels tight; seems drawn to back of head. Feels too large, heavy, numb. Soreness of eyeballs. Brain feels sore.
- Early deafness in typhoid conditions. Eyelids heavy.
- Dark red and congested.
- Stupid look.
- Pain at root of nose. Muscles of jaw rigid.
- Stricture of esophagus.
- Constriction, contraction of esophagus, Gagging on solid food, can only swallow liquids.
- PAINLESS INFLAMMATION. Dark red discoloration of tonsils and soft palate
- Taste flat, bitter. Teeth and gums sore, ulcerated.
- Breath fetid. Tongue feels burned; yellowish-brown; edges red and shining. Dry and brown in center, with dry and glistening edges; surface cracked and sore. Can swallow liquids only; least solid food gags.
- Can swallow only liquids, vomiting due to spasm of esophagus.
- Gastric fever. No appetite.
- Cardiac orifice contracted convulsively and ulcerative inflammation of stomach and bowels.
- Right side markedly affected. Distended and rumbling.
- Soreness over region of gall-bladder, with diarrhea. Stools very offensive, thin, dark, bloody.
- Soreness of abdomen, in region of liver. Dysentery of old people.
- Threatened miscarriage from mental depression, shock, watching, low fevers.
- Menses too early, too profuse. Lochia acrid, fetid. Puerperal fever.
- Lungs feel compressed, breathing difficult; seeks open window.
- Fears going to sleep on account of nightmare and sense of suffocation. Constriction of chest.
Back and Extremities
- Neck tired with stiffness and pain, aching and drawing in arms and legs.
- Pain in sacrum, around hips and legs. Sore and bruised.
- Sleepless and restless. Nightmare and frightful dreams. Cannot get herself together, feels scattered about bed. Falls asleep while answering a question.
Dosage and rules while taking Dr. Reckeweg Baptisia Tinctoria
Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.
You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.
We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Dr. Reckeweg Baptisia Tinctoria
Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.
Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic products have several uses and should be taken on the basis of symptom similarity. Results may vary depending upon the conditions.
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