Author: Jan Scholten
666.61.15 Viburnum prunifolium
English: Black Haw.
French: viorne, boule de neige.
DD: gossypium, Sabina, Viburnum opulus, Mitchella.
Viburnum prunifolium is known for miscarriages with copious bloody discharge and strong uterine contractions ensued, especially after injuries and falls. It is also indicated after children dying at young age, as a baby.
The cause will be that of a passionate and disappointing love.
Obsession of impotence leads to impotence.
General: cancer pains.
Nervous: convulsions, epilepsy; spasms, contraction, tetanic rigidity; tetanus.
Vertigo in rising as if he would fall forward.
Eyes: pain, ophthalmia.
Mouth: aphthae; tongue cancer.
Throat: aphthae, obstinate ulcers, cancerous.
Heart: palpitation, < morning, < pregnancy; vasculary protector, venous stasis in pelvis and legs, capillary fragility.
Stomach: nausea, vomiting, < morning, < pregnancy; obstinate hiccough.
Rectum: chronic diarrhoea, dysentery, indolent ulcers; colic, cramp, spasms.
Urinary: urine scanty.
Female: menses irregular, scanty, profuse, bright red; menorrhagia; metrorrhagia, < abortion; severe, spasmodic, expulsive pain, in back; bearing down after pains and the false pains; during; after-pains; labour pains, false, too painful; cancer, ovary, uterus; uterine displacements; never failed to prevent miscarriage; abortion, miscarriage, painful, violent, + excitement, + hysteria, + palpitation; sterility, infertility.
Limbs: contraction of muscles and tendons, convulsive, spasmodic, cramps; lower limbs, < pregnancy.
Skin: small pox.