Author: Jan Scholten
622.72.12 Aristolochia cymbifera, Aristolochia milhomens
Names: Aristolochia glandifera.
English: Brazilian snake-root.
Source: Murphy, Homeopathic Recorder.
Dreams: animals, dogs, sheep; business; amorous; disgusting.
Dream: cannot eat, drink or walk.
Dream: sheep, a dog covered with red scarves; the former, elevated above the ground, shook his head and was seized by the dog in the middle of his back; the dog himself was suspended by the back by a man accompanied by many other individuals.
Sensation: sharp, pricking, stitching.
Desire: drinks, thirsty.
Aversion: food, anorexia.
Head: burning hot.
Mouth: pasty, << morning; bitter; excoriations of lips and gums.
Heart: pain at apex, < stopping breath.
Abdomen: flatus, colic followed by diarrhoea.
Rectum: burning at anus.
Limbs: legs, painful, stiff; ecchymosis; Achilles tendon, pain, cramping; heels, malleoli, itching and swelling.