N. O. Coniferae. Tincture of fruit and leaves.
Cupre-au. has had a proving, which, though not extensive, is sufficient to show the analogue of its action with that of Thuja. Sharp, piercing and pricking pains are prominent.
General feeling of warmth.
Compare: Abies, Sabin., Thuja.
Is in much better spirits.
Sharp, piercing pain from left occiput to left temple.
Increased appetite followed by loathing of food.
Feeling of warmth in stomach.
Pricking pains from kidneys to bladder, with increased desire to urinate, stream smaller than usual.
Constriction along course of urethra, especially towards neck of bladder.
Male Sexual Organs.
Itching of glans penis, and orifice of urethra.
Aching pains in perineum and spermatic vessels with feeling of weight in testes.
Dull, aching pain in lumbar region.
Pain in shoulders, especially on joint of right shoulder, extending down to elbow.
Pinching, drawing pain in knees and along lymphatics of legs.
Sharp, shooting pain in patella and in bend of knees.
Tension in calves, with occasional spasmodic twitchings and general malaise.
Increased heat of body without thirst.