– Tarkas P. and Ajit Kulkarni.

ent or patent (cuts and burns as well as bad air, food and drink)

$ BRYONIA ALB [Bry]

White Bryony

Region

Mucous Membranes

Pleura

Pericardium

Meninges

Peritoneum

Synovium

Liver

Kidneys

Lymphatics

Glands

Parotids

Mammae

Uterus

Thyroid

Nerves; solar plexus ; vagus

Coats of N.

Cellular Tissue

White fibrous tissue

Connective tissue

Muscular fibre

Blood. Circulation. Veins

One side. R. side

Worse

HOT

Weather. Warm relaxing Spring

Summer heat. Damp hot

Becoming; exertion; room

Ironing. Fire. Light of sun Tropics, stay in

DRY

Weather. Heat

Cold; in spring, summer

Cold winds. Winter

DAMP

Weather

Warm weather

Scarce rains

Rainy season

PERIODICAL

Daytime

Forenoon (9-12)

Noon (12)

Foremidnight (9-12)

Postmidnight (12-3)

AM / PM 3,4,4, 5,5, 6, 9 10am-10am

Every third day

MOTION

Least; even opening eyes

Postural change

Being disturbed

Working. Deep breathing

Masticating. Coughing Sneezing.Exertion. Lifting Eye-strain

Worse (contd.)

Rest (rarely). Lying(cough) During sleep

Touch and light pressure

Sudden hard pressure (Allen)

Suppressions; eruptions; discharges

Vexation. Mortification Anger. Fright. Mental exertion

Calomel; operients

Tabacco. Typhoid shots

Vaccination

Depletions; fasting

Eating. Overeating

Long after eating

Drinking; cold, while hot; hard water

Acids. Bread; old. Stale food

‘Cold’ fruits. Beer. Beans Vegetables

Better

Warmth; of Sun (not its light)

to affected part; of bed

in cool air or room (opp. to

Asar., Fer-ph., Phyt.)

drinks(Lyc.)

Daybreak. Evening. Night

After midnight (often)

Cool: weather (mild); room

open air (congestions, mind)

Cold applic.(head, teeth); food

REST

Continued moderate pressure

Lying on painful part, side

Lying; with head low; drawing

legs up. Sitting

Any support. Dark, in sleep; but not siesta

MOTION

Shaking limbs

Hanging limbs

Descending

Continued walking

(unsteadiness; nervousness)

Fibrous tissue pains

Walking in open air (toothache)

RELEASE

Rainpour. Sweat may (>)

Epistaxis. Deflation

Discharges. Eruptions

Daybreak

Incipient. Dry. Catarrhal. Bilious. Hard. Heavy Steady. Composed. Tense. Rhoeo-rheumatic- pectoral

Plant Remedy

Resemblances between characters of Plant and Remedy

Plant

1. Grows in wet places depicting biological thirst.

2. The roots and stems are succulent (juicy).

3. Root is firmly anchored in the ground.

4.The fresh root contains the active material- an alkaloid-Bryonicin.

5.Contains two glycosides Bryonin and Bryonidin.

6. Hair on the leaves protect the plant from excessive perspiration.

7. The succulent long stems are not able to hold the plant erect.

8. Spiral tendrils of the plant are sensitive to touch.

9. Tendrils coil to make a hold secure.

10.The plants dries out its environment with great energy for survival.

Remedy

1. Increased thirst to redeem off dryness.

2. Thirst for large quantity to maintain the moisture; sodden a characteristic.

3. The person seeks stability in life. Perseverant.

4. ‘Dryness’ observable through and through.

5. Craves sweets, ice-cream; (

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