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Artemisia vulgaris (art-v.)

W. Boericke, M.D.

Natural History

Mugwort

General

Has some reputation as a remedy for epileptic conditions, and convulsive diseases of childhood and girls at puberty. Locally and internally is injurious to eyes. PETIT MAL. Epilepsy without aura; after fright and other violent emotions and after masturbation. Several convulsions close together. Somnambulism. Gets up at night and works, remembers nothing in the morning. (Kali-phos.)

Head

Drawn back by spasmodic twitchings. Mouth drawn to left. Congestion of brain.

Eyes

COLORED LIGHT PRODUCES DIZZINESS. Pain and burning of vision; better, rubbing; worse, using eyes.

Female

Profuse menses. Violent uterine contractions. Spasms during menses.

Fever

Profuse sweat; SMELLING LIKE GARLIC.

Relationship

Compare: Absinth.; Cina; Cicuta.

Dose

First to third potency. Said to act better when given with wine.