Author: Jan Scholten
666.74.15 Pastinaca sativa
Names: Pastinaca sativa, Peucedanum sativa, Peucedanum pastinaca, Selinum pastinaca, Anethum pastinaca.
English: Parsnip; Madnep, Queen-weed, Bird's Nest, Hart's Eye, Tank, Kegge.
German: Hammelmöhre, Hirschmöhre, Welscher Petersil, Gemeiner Pastinak.
Delirium, quiet, illusions of vision, staring and grasping at imaginary objects in the air, taciturn or speaking incessantly, indistinctly or incoherently, inarticulate sounds, constant motion, uninterrupted attempts to get out of bed.
Fighting, fits of convulsive laughter.
Feels as a puppet in the hands of spouse or mother; only being used.
Speech: nothing, incessantly, indistinctly, incoherently, inarticulate.
Restless, nervous, motion: constant, getting out of bed.
Loquacity or taciturn.
Delusion: visual, grasping at imaginary objects in the air; illusions of vision; hallucinations, delirium.
Food: < milk.
Nervous: delirium tremens.
Vertigo: uneasy, giddy.
Head: weight in head.
Eyes: staring, vague; pupils dilated; eyelids oedematous, translucent.
Face: change of colour, pale.
Mouth: tongue: clean, pale, moist, trembling.
Lungs: respiration difficult, slow; tuberculosis.
Heart: pulse small, weak, slow.
Stomach: nausea, irritability; vomiting of milk in large curds.
Urinary: kidney stones; urine scanty, gravel.
Skin: red, hot, swollen; blotch on hands and fingers.