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Copper Cu (A.W. 63) Trituration.
Pathogenetic sphere of action
Spasmodic phenomena in smooth and striated muscles
Spasms; spasmodic affections in general.
Tonic convulsion -Epilepsy, beginning in fingers and toes and spreading all over.
Epilepsy; aura begins in knees, with clenched thumbs.
Convulsions with biting.
Spasms followed by the appearance as if the patient was dead.
Complaints from fright and chiefly of left side.
Epilepsy, face blue, contraction of jaws, with foam at mouth.
Eruptive fevers with violent vomiting, stupor, convulsions etc.
Violent contractive pains.
Strong metallic taste in mouth with flow of saliva.
Protrusion of tongue like as of a snake.
Nausea. When drinking, the fluid descends with gurgling sound.
Cholera- with cramps in Women and calves.
Angina pectoris, precordial anxiety and pain, whooping cough, better drinking water.
Spasmodic Asthma; worse 3 a.m.
Clutches throat with hands, unable to speak or swallow.
Spasms and constriction of chest.
Cramps in calves and soles.
Modalities: Worse before, from vomiting, contact. Better during perspiration drinking cold water.
Dosage: 30th few doses daily.