Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Cactus Grandiflorus are Congestive headache, Fever, Heart Affections.
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Indications: Cactus Grandiflorus is a chief remedy for congestive headaches which are periodical, threatning and worse on right side. There is a sensation as of a weight on vertex. Feels as if head was compressed in a vise. There is also pulsation in ears.
Cactus Grandiflorus also has marked action on heart affections. There is a sensation of constriction in the heart, as if iron band prevented its normal movement. As if clasped and unclasped with an iron band and there is no room to beat. Whole body feels as if caged and each wire is twisted tighter and tighter. Pains are of pricking in nature. Dyspnea from least exertion. Pulse is quick, throbbing, tense and hard. Pains go round to axilla, back and scapula of the left side. Patient is worse by walking, at night and by lying on left side. Better after sleep, rest and in open and fresh air.
Cactus Grandiflorus is also indicated in rheumatic and intermittent fevers. Fever paroxysms come at 11 am and 11 pm. Chilliness is not relieved by covering. Also helps in intermittent fever occuring at every day at the same hour. With fever there is dysnea, violent pain in the head followed by unquenchable thirst and perspiration.
Directions: Please refer the dosage instructions given on the product pack or use the product as directed by your physician.
Warnings: This product is to be used for self-limiting conditions. If symptoms do not improve in 4 days or worsen, discontinue use and seek assistance of a health professional * As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek professional advise before taking this product * Keep this and all medicine out of reach of children * Store in a cool dark place * Do not use if cap seal is broken or missing * Close cap tightly after use.
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Every homeopathic remedy is explained in detail by William Boericke, M.D. in the Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory, a book which is highly respected by the homeopathy profession. The following text is excerpted from that book and explains the symptoms covered by this remedy:
Common names: Night-blooming Cereus,SELENICEREUS SPINULOSUS
Acts on circular muscular fibers, hence constrictions. It is the heart and arteries especially that at once respond to the influence of Cactus, producing very characteristic constrictions as of an iron band. This sensation is found in various places, œsophagus, bladder, etc. The mental symptoms produced correspond to those found when there are heart affections, sadness, and melancholy. Hæmorrhage, constrictions, periodicity, and spasmodic pains. Whole body feels as if caged, each wire being twisted tighter. Atheromatous arteries and weak heart. Congestions; irregular distribution of blood. Favors formation of clots speedily. Great periodicity. Toxic goitre with cardiac symptoms. Cactus is pulseless, panting and prostrated.
Mind: Melancholy, taciturn, sad, ill-humored. Fear of death. Screams with pain. Anxiety.
Head: Headache if obliged to pass dinner hour (Ars; Lach; Lyc). Sensation as of a weight on vertex. Right-sided pulsating pain. Congestive headaches, periodical, threatening apoplexy. Blood-vessels to the head distended. Feels as if head were compressed in a vise. Pulsation in ears. Dim sight. Right sided prosopalgia, constricting pains, returns at same hour daily (Cedron).
Nose: Profuse bleeding from nose. Fluent coryza.
Throat: Constriction of œsophagus. Dryness of tongue, as if burnt; needs much liquid to get food down. Suffocative constriction at throat, with full, throbbing carotids in angina pectoris.
Stomach: Constriction, pulsation, or heaviness in stomach. Vomiting of blood.
Stool: Hard, black stools. Diarrhœa in morning. Hæmorrhoids swollen and painful. Sensation of great weight in anus. Hæmorrhage from bowels in malarial fevers and with heart symptoms.
Urine: Constriction of neck of bladder, causing retention of urine. Hæmorrhage from bladder. Clots of blood in urethra. Constant urination.
Female: Constriction in uterine region and ovaries. Dysmenorrhœa; pulsating pain in uterus and ovaries. Vaginismus. Menses early, dark, pitch-like (Cocc; Mag c); cease on lying down, with heart symptoms.
Chest: Oppressed breathing as from a weight on chest. Constriction in chest, as if bound, hindering respiration. Inflammation of diaphragm. Heart-constriction, as from an iron band. Angina pectoris. Palpitation; pain shooting down left arm. Hæmoptysis, with convulsive, spasmodic cough. Diaphragmitis, with great difficulty of breathing.
Heart: Endocarditis with mitral insufficiency together with violent and rapid action. Acts best in the incipiency of cardiac incompetence. Heart weakness of arterio-sclerosis. Tobacco heart. Violent palpitation; worse lying on left side, at approach of menses. Angina pectoris, with suffocation, cold sweat, and ever-present iron band feeling. Pain in apex, shooting down left arm. Palpitation, with vertigo; dyspnœa, flatulence. Constriction; very acute pains and stitches in heart; pulse feeble, irregular, quick, without strength. Endocardial murmurs, excessive impulse, increased præcordial dullness, enlarged ventricle. Low blood pressure.
Extremities: Œdema of hands and feet. Hands soft; feet enlarged. Numbness of left arm. Icy-cold hands. Restless legs.
Sleep: Sleepless on account of pulsation in different parts of body. Frightful dreams.
Fever: Fever every day at same hour. Coldness in back and icy-cold hands. Intermittent; paroxysms about midday (11 am) incomplete in their stages, accompanied by hæmorrhages. Coldness predominates; cold sweat, with great anguish. Persistent subnormal temperature.
Modalities: Worse, about noon, lying on left side; walking, going upstairs, 11 am and 11 pm. Better, open air.
Relationship: Antidotes: Acon; Camph; China.
Compare: Digital; Spigel; Convallar; Kalmia; Naja; Magnol.