Profoundly disturbs the nervous system, creating a feeling as if a diabolical force controls the brain, impairing its functions. It manifests as mania with quarrelsome and obscene behavior, and an inclination towards immodest acts, gestures, and expressions. The person becomes very talkative, often undressing or exposing genitals, and is jealous and paranoid about being poisoned. Symptoms include weakness and nervous agitation, pointing to conditions like typhoid and other infections with coma vigil. There is tremulous weakness, twitching of tendons, and muscular spasms, usually accompanied by delirium. It causes non-inflammatory cerebral activity and toxic gastritis.

Mind: Very suspicious, talkative, and exhibits obscene, lascivious mania. The individual often uncovers their body, is jealous, and behaves foolishly. They may exhibit great hilarity, laugh excessively, show delirium, and attempt to run away, with low muttering speech and deep stupor.

Head: Feels light and confused, with vertigo as if intoxicated. The brain feels loose and fluctuating, with possible brain inflammation leading to unconsciousness (meningitis) and head shaking.

Eyes: Pupils are dilated, sparkling, and fixed. Eyes are open but inattentive, downcast, and dull, often fixed in tetanus. There may be strabismus, spasmodic closing of lids, diplopia, and colored borders around objects.

Mouth: The tongue is dry, red, cracked, stiff, and immovable, with impaired speech and difficulty protruding the tongue. There may be foam in the mouth (epilepsy) and sordes-covered teeth, with the lower jaw dropping.

Throat: There is stinging dryness, constriction, and difficulty swallowing liquids, with an elongated uvula.

Stomach: Symptoms include hiccough, empty or bitter eructations, nausea with vertigo, vomiting with convulsions, hematemesis, and violent cramps relieved by vomiting. There is burning in the stomach and tenderness in the epigastrium after irritating food.

Abdomen: Feels as if it would burst, with distention and colic accompanied by vomiting, belching, hiccough, and screaming. There may be tympanites and red spots on the abdomen.

Stool: Diarrhea with colicky pains, often involuntary and aggravated by mental excitement or during sleep, especially during the lying-in period.

Urinary: Involuntary micturition (enuresis), with bladder paralysis and a lack of will to urinate (Causticum).

Male: Exhibits impotence, lasciviousness, exposure of genitals, and plays with genitals during fever.

Female: Before menses, there may be hysterical spasms and excited sexual desire (nymphomania). During menses, there are convulsive movements, urinary flux, and sweat, with possible lochia suppression and spasms in pregnant women, leading to puerperal mania.

Chest: Suffocating fits and spasms force the person to bend forward. There is a dry, spasmodic cough at night, worse when lying down and better when sitting up, often due to throat itching as if the uvula is too long, along with hemoptysis.

Extremities: The person picks at bedclothes, plays with hands, and reaches out for things. There may be epileptic attacks ending in deep sleep, spasms, convulsions, cramps in calves and toes, and a child who sobs and cries without waking.

Sleep: Intense sleeplessness, sopor with convulsions, starts up frightened, and experiences coma vigil.

Nervous System: There is great restlessness, with every muscle twitching (paralysis agitans, chorea), and the person will not stay covered.

Modalities: Symptoms worsen at night, during menses, after eating, and when lying down, but improve when stooping.

Relationship: Antidotes include Belladonna and Camphor. Compare with Belladonna, Stramonium, Agaricus, and Gelsemium.

Hyoscyaminum Hydrobromatum-Scopolaminum Bromhydricum: Useful for paralysis agitans, tremors of disseminated sclerosis, sleeplessness, and nervous agitation, with effects similar to alcohol. It corresponds to symptoms of uremia and acute nervous exhaustion, and is a remedy for shock. In physiological dosage (1-200 gr.), it treats mania and chorea, and insomnia. Scopola (Japanese Belladonna) is chemically identical to Hyoscine, causing joyous delirium, lip licking, smacking of mouth, sleeplessness, and hallucinations.

Dose: Sixth to 200th potency.



Suspicious, talkative, obscene, and lascivious behavior
Jealousy and foolishness
Great hilarity and excessive laughter
Delirium with attempts to run away
Low muttering speech and deep stupor

Light and confused feeling
Vertigo, as if intoxicated
Brain feels loose and fluctuating
Inflammation leading to unconsciousness (meningitis)
Head shaking

Dilated, sparkling, and fixed pupils
Inattentive, downcast, and dull eyes
Spasmodic closing of eyelids
Diplopia and colored borders around objects

Dry, red, cracked, and stiff tongue
Impaired speech and difficulty protruding the tongue
Foam in the mouth (epilepsy)
Sordes-covered teeth and dropping lower jaw

Stinging dryness and constriction
Difficulty swallowing liquids
Elongated uvula

Hiccough and bitter eructations
Nausea with vertigo
Vomiting with convulsions and hematemesis
Violent cramps relieved by vomiting
Burning in the stomach and tender epigastrium

Colic with a feeling of bursting
Distention, vomiting, belching, hiccough, and screaming
Tympanites and red spots on the abdomen

Diarrhea with colicky pains, often involuntary
Aggravation by mental excitement or during sleep
Diarrhea during the lying-in period

Involuntary micturition (enuresis)
Bladder paralysis
Lack of will to urinate (Causticum)

Impotence and lascivious behavior
Exposure of genitals and playing with them during fever

Hysterical spasms before menses
Excited sexual desire (nymphomania)
Convulsive movements, urinary flux, and sweat during menses
Lochia suppression and spasms in pregnant women
Puerperal mania

Suffocating fits and spasms forcing bending forward
Dry, spasmodic cough at night, worse when lying down

Picking at bedclothes, playing with hands, and reaching for things
Epileptic attacks ending in deep sleep
Spasms, convulsions, and cramps in calves and toes
Child sobbing and crying without waking

Intense sleeplessness and sopor with convulsions
Starting up frightened
Coma vigil

Nervous System:

Profound disturbance with feelings of diabolical possession
Weakness and nervous agitation
Tremulous weakness and twitching of tendons
Muscular spasms, generally with delirium


Worse at night, during menses, after eating, and when lying down
Better when stooping

selection of the potency

  1. Individualization:

    • Homeopathy is based on the principle of treating the individual, not just the disease. The unique symptoms and characteristics of the person are crucial in determining the most suitable potency.
  2. Intensity of Symptoms:

    • The intensity of the symptoms guides the choice of potency. If the symptoms are intense and acute, a lower potency (e.g., 6C, 30C) might be considered. For chronic conditions with less intensity, higher potencies (e.g., 200C, 1M) may be appropriate.
  3. Sensitivity of the Patient:

    • Some individuals are more sensitive to homeopathic remedies, while others may require higher potencies. The practitioner considers the patient’s sensitivity when selecting the potency.
  4. Acute vs. Chronic Conditions:

    • Lower potencies are often used for acute conditions, while higher potencies may be considered for chronic or long-standing issues.
  5. Previous Response to Potencies:

    • The patient’s response to previous homeopathic treatments helps guide the choice of potency. If a particular potency has been effective in the past, it may be repeated or adjusted as needed.
  6. Vital Force and Susceptibility:

    • Homeopathy views illness as a disturbance in the vital force. The practitioner assesses the patient’s overall vitality and susceptibility to determine the appropriate potency.
  7. Aggravation or Amelioration:

    • The direction of the symptom response (aggravation or amelioration) after taking a remedy can influence the choice of potency.
  8. Miasmatic Considerations:

    • In classical homeopathy, the concept of miasms (inherited disease tendencies) is considered. The practitioner take this into account when selecting the potency.
  9. Practitioner Experience:

    • The experience and preference of the homeopathic practitioner play a role. Some practitioners may have success with certain potencies based on their clinical experience.


  • Do not exceed the recommended dose by physician
  • Keep out of the reach of children
  • Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
  • Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homoeopathic medicine
  • Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing

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