THEA SINENSIS [Thea]
Nervous sleeplessness, heart troubles, palpitation, and dyspnoea of old tea drinkers.
Faint gone feeling, with sinking sensation in epigastrium.
COMMON NAME : Tea
SYNONYM : Ternstro miaeceac.
PREPARATION : Trituration of Theine.
A/F : Excessive tea drinking.
MODALITIES : < Night > Warmth < Open air > Warm Bath < After meals
MIND : -Delirium tremens (from eating tea).
-Delirium with ecstasy; laughs incessantly, talks in rhymes.
-Delusion -Time passes too quickly [Cocc, Sulph, Ther].
-Nervous excitability with exaltation of intellectual faculties.
-Fear - of killing her child. [ Merc, Nux-v, Sulph].
-Horrible dreams cause no horror.
-Dreams of murdering boys and girls in cold blood.
GUIDING INDICATIONS : -Head-Cold damp feeling at back of head.
-Sick headaches radiating from one point.
-G.I.T.-Faint, all gone sensation in stomach.
-Sudden production of wind in large quantities.
-Borborygmi. Liability to hernia.
-Chest-Precordial distress and palpitation.
-Pulse-rapid, irregular, intermittent.
-Female genitalia-Soreness and tenderness in ovaries.
-Sleep-Sleepy in day time, sleepless at night with vascular excitement and restlessness and dry skin.
KEYNOTES : -Stomach-Faint, all gone sensation.
NUCLEUS OF REMEDY : -Nervous sleeplessness, dyspepsia, heart troubles and palpitation of old tea drinkers.
CLINICAL : -Headaches (sick), Hallucinations, Hernia, Insomnia, Palpitations,
REMEDY RELATIONSHIPS : -Compare -Bac, Helix, Teuc-m, Tub.
-Antidote -Ferr, Kali-hypophos, Kali-iod, Thuja.
-Antidotal -Tabacum [Allen].