by H. C. Allen
Ranunculus Bulbosus is One of our most effective remedies for the bad effects of alcoholic beverages; spasmodic hiccough; delirium tremens.
Day blindness; mist before eyes; pressure and smarting in eyeballs ( Phosphorus ).
Ranunculus Bulbosus has Muscular pains about margins of shoulder blades in women of sedentary employment, often burning in small spots ( Agaricus, Phosphorus ); from needle-work, typewriting, piano playing ( Actea ).
Ranunculus Bulbosus Pains: stitches, sharp, shooting, neuralgic, myalgic or rheumatic in walls of chest, coming in paroxysms; excited or brought on by atmospheric changes; inflammatory; depending upon spinal irritation ( Agaricus ).
Pleurisy or pneumonia from sudden exposure to cold, while overheated, or vice versa ( Aconite, Arnica ).
Corns sensitive to touch, smart, burn ([Salic. ac.]).
Intercostal rheumatism; chest sore, bruised, < from touch, motion or turning the body ( Bryonia ); in wet, stormy weather ( Rhus ).
Shingles: preceded or followed by intercostal neuralgia ( Mez. ); vesicles may have a bluish appearance.
Ranunculus Bulbosus Relations. – Compare: Aconite, Arnica, Bryonia, Clem., Euphorb., Mez.
Incompatible: with Sulph. and Staphysagria
Aggravation. – Contact: motion; atmospheric changes, especially, wet stormy weather ( Rhus ).