Granatum

Natural History.
     Pomegranate

General.
     As a vermifuge for the expulsion of tapeworm, and homeopathically for the following symptomatic indications. SALIVATION, with nausea, and vertigo. Spasm of the glottis.

Head.
     Feels empty. Sunken eyes; pupils dilated; weak sight. VERTIGO VERY PERSISTENT.

Stomach.
     CONSTANT HUNGER. Poor digestion. Loses flesh. Vomiting at night.

Abdomen.
     Pain in stomach and abdomen; worse ABOUT UMBILICUS (COCC.; NUX M.; PLUMB.); Ineffectual urging. Itching at anus. Dragging in vaginal region, as if hernia would protrude. Swelling resembling umbilical hernia.

Chest.
     Oppressed, with sighing. Pain between shoulders; even clothing is oppressive.

Skin.
     ITCHING IN PALMS. Sensation as if pimples would break out. Jaundiced complexion.

Extremities.
     Pain around shoulders, as if heavy load had been carried. Pain in all finger-joints. Tearing in knee-joint. Convulsive movements.

Relationship.
     Compare: PELLETIERINE (one of its constituents – an anthelmintic, especially for tapeworm); CINA; KOUSSO.

Dose.
     First to third potency.