STAPHISAGRIA

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: STAPHISAGRIA
DELPHINIUM STAPHISAGRIA, lark’s heel(shakespeare)
Lark’s claw, knights spur. some names of Staph.
THE H.C.ALLEN KEY NOTE OF STAPHISAGRIA.
For the mental effects of onanism and sexual excesses.
Very sensitive to slightest mental impressions; least action or
harmless word offends. Great indignation about things done
by others or by himself; grieves about consequences.
Apathetic, indifferent, low-spirited, weak memory from sexual abuses
Ailments from pride, envy or chagrin.
Ill-humored children cry for things which, after receiving, they petulantly push or throw away (Kreos.).
Was insulted; being too dignified to fight, subdued his wrath and
went home sick, trembling and exhausted (the rev. of Nux).
Sensation of a round ball in forehead sitting firmly there even
when shaking the head.
Mechanical injuries from sharp-cutting instruments; POST-SURGICAL OPERATIONS; stinging, smarting pains, like the cutting of a knife.
For the bad effects of: onanism, sexual excesses, loss of vital fluids; chagrin, mortification; unmerited insults; indignation, with vexation or reserved displeasure
Nervous weakness; as if done up after much hard work.
STYES, CHALAZAE ON EYELIDS OR UPPER LIDS, one after another, LEAVING HARD NODOSITIES IN THEIR WAKE
Toothache DURING MENSES; sound as well as decayed teeth; painful TO TOUCH OF FOOD OR DRINK, but not from biting or chewing;

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