Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Pilocarpus are Eye Strain, Profuse sweating, Skin Problems.
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Indications: Pilocarpus has a marked action on various skin problems with profuse sweating. Excessive perspiration from all parts of the body with persistent dryness of the skin. It is also useful in dry eczema. There is chilliness with sweat. The sweat and saliva produced is enormous in quantity.
Pilocarpus also helps in eye strain from various causes. Eyes feel strained from slightest use with burning in eyes. Hazy vision. There is irritation from electric or artificial light. There is vertigo and naussea after using eyes.
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 name: Jaborandi,PILOCARPUS MICROPHYLLUS
Pilocarpus is a powerful glandular stimulant and the most efficient diaphoretic. Its most important effects are diaphoresis, salivation and myosis. Hot flushes, nausea, salivation and profuse perspiration. The face, ears and neck become in a few minutes after a dose of Jaborandi deeply flushed, and drops of perspiration break out all over the body whilst at the same time the mouth waters and saliva pours out in an almost continuous stream. Other secretions, lachrymal, nasal bronchial and intestinal also but in less degree. The sweat and saliva produced by a single dose is often enormous in quantity, not infrequently half a pint.
Is homeopathic to abnormal sweats, and has achieved great success in night-sweats of consumptives. Acts upon the thyroid and its sudorific action may possibly be due to it. Exophthalmic goitre, with increased heart's action and pulsation of arteries; tremors and nervousness; heat and sweating; bronchial irritation. A valuable remedy in limiting the duration of mumps.
Eyes: Eye strain from whatever cause. Irritability of the ciliary muscle. Eyes easily tire from slightest use. Heat and burning in eyes on use. Headache; smarting and pain in globe on use. Everything at a distance appears hazy; vision becomes indistinct every few moments. Retinal images retained long after using eyes. Irritation from electric or other artificial light. Pupils contracted; do not react to light. Staring eyes. Near-sighted. Vertigo and nausea after using eyes. White spots before eyes. Smarting pain in eyes. Lids twitch. Atrophic choroiditis. Spasm of the accommodation while reading.
Ears: Serous exudation into the tympanitic cavities. Tinnitus (Pilocarpin 2x).
Mouth: Saliva viscid, like white of egg. Dryness. Free salivation, with profuse sweating.
Stomach: Nausea on looking at objects moving; vomiting; pressure and pain in stomach.
Abdomen: Diarrhœa, painless; during day with flushed face and profuse sweat.
Urinary: Scanty; pain over pubes with much urging.
Heart: Pulse irregular, dicrotic. Oppression of chest. Cyanosis; collapse. Nervous cardiac affections.
Respiratory: Bronchial mucous membrane inflamed. Much inclination to cough and difficult breathing. Œdema of lungs. Foamy sputa. Profuse, thin, serous expectoration. Slow, sighing respiration.
Skin: Excessive perspiration from all parts of the body. Persistent dryness of skin. Dry eczema. Semi-lateral sweats. Chilliness with sweat.
Relationship: Compare: Amyl nit; Atrop; Physos; Lycop; Ruta. Pilocarpin mur, (Meniere's disease, rapidly progressive phthisis, with free hæmorrhages, profuse sweating, 2x trit). Atropine is the antagonist to Pilocarpin, in dose of one one-hundredth grain for one-sixth of Pilocarpin.