back Collinsonia Canadensis

Stone Root Labiatae

Pelvic and portal congestion, resulting in dysmenorrhoea and haemorrhoids.

Congestion of pelvic viscera, with haemorrhoids, especially in latter months of pregnancy.

Dropsy from cardiac disease.

Palpitation; in patients subject to piles and indigestion; heart's action persistently rapid but weak.

After heart is relieved old piles reappear, or suppressed menses return.

Chronic, painful, bleeding piles; sensation as if sticks, sand or gravel had lodged in rectum (Aesc.).

Haemorrhoidal dysentery with tenesmus.

Alternate constipation and diarrhoea; congestive inertia of lower bowel; stools sluggish and hard with pain and great flatulence. Constipation.

Pruritus in pregnancy with haemorrhoids, unable to lie down.

Relations. - in heart disease complicated with haemorrhoids consult Collinsonia when Cac., Dig., and other remedies fail.

Has cured colic after Col. and Nux had failed.

Compare: Aesc., Aloe, Cham., Nux, Sulph.

Aggravation. - The slightest mental emotion or excitement aggravates the symptoms (Arg-n.).

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