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Apis is derived from Poison of the Honey Bee (Apium virus.)
Apis is Adapted to the strumous constitution; glands enlarged, indurated; scirrhus or open cancer. Women, specially widows; children and girls who, though generally careful, become awkward, and let things fall while handling them (Bov.).

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Bad effects of acute exanthema imperfectly developed or suppressed (Zinc.); measles, scarlatina, urticaria.

Ailments from jealousy, fright, rage, vexation, bad news. Irritable; nervous; fidgety; hard to please.

Weeping disposition; cannot help crying; discouraged, despondent (Puls.). Sudden shrill, piercing screams from children while waking or sleeping (Hellebore).

Oedema; bag-like, puffy swelling under the eyes (over the eyes, Kali c.); of the hands and feet, dropsy, without thirst (with thirst, Acet. ac., Apoc.).

Extreme sensitiveness to touch (Bell., Lach.).

Pain: burning, stinging, sore; suddenly migrating from one part to another (Kali bi., Lac c., Puls.).

Thirstlessness: in anasarca; acites (Acetic acid, but face more waxy and great thirst).

Apis has Incontinence of urine, with great irritation of the parts; can scarcely retain the urine a moment, and when passed scalds severely; frequent, painful, scanty, bloody. Constipation: sensation in abdomen as if something tight would break if much effort were used.

Diarrhoea: of drunkards; in eruptive diseases, especially if eruption be suppressed; involuntary from every motion, as though anus were wide open (Phos.).

Apis Affects right side; enlargement or dropsy of right ovary; right testicle. Intermittent fever; chill 3 p. m., with thirst, always (Ign.); < warm room and from external heat (Thuja, 3 a. m., and at 3 p. m.).

Relations. - Complementary: Nat. mur. Disagrees, when used either before or after Rhus. Ars. and Puls. follow Apis well. Has cured scarlatina albuminuria after Canth., Dig., Hell. failed.

Aggravation. - After sleeping (Lach.); closed, especially warmed and heated rooms are intolerable; from getting wet (Rhus), but better from washing or moistening the part in cold water.

Amelioration. - Open air; cold water or cold bathing; uncovering; pains by coughing, walking or changing position; when sitting erect.



Photo Honey Bee
Kingdom:n Animal
Latin Name: Apis mellifica
Common Name: Honey Bee
: Apis-mel
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Apis Mellifica

1. Strumous constitutions : children and girls who become awkward especially in handling things ; hysterical women.

2. Anxiety with tearful restlessness ; impaired memory and absent-mindedness in elderly persons.

3. Oedematous swellings, serous effusions, and urticaria.

4. Pains burning, darting, stinging > cold (rev. Ars.).

5. General soreness and sensitiveness of body surface < touch or pressure especially uterine and ovarian regions ; constriction disliked ; weary, bruised feeling.

6. Marked restlessness (physical causes) without > to symptoms.

7. Great drowsiness ; sleep much disturbed by pain or anxious dreams ; sopor interrupted by piercing screams (meningitis).

8. Thirstlessness in nearly all complaints especially dropsical conditions.

9. Ailments right-sided or travel from right to left.

10. Patients < all forms of heat ; general < 4-6 p.m. < sleep.

Notes. Slow-acting remedy.

In acute conditions wait an hour or two.

Low potencies should not be given during pregnancy.

Keynote : Oedema.



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