Tarentula hispania

Natural History.
     Spanish Spider

General.
     Remarkable nervous phenomena; hysteria with chlorosis; CHOREA, dysmenorrhoea, spinal irritability. Bladder tenesmus. CONSTRICTION sensation. Formication. EXTREME RESTLESSNESS; must keep in constant motion even though walking aggravates. Hysterical epilepsy. Intense sexual excitement.

Mind.
     Sudden alteration of mood. Foxy. Destructive impulses; MORAL RELAXATION. Must constantly busy herself or walk. SENSITIVE TO MUSIC. Averse to company, but wants someone present. Ungrateful, discontented. Guided by whims.

Head.
     Intense pain, as if thousands of needles were pricking into brain VERTIGO. Wants hair brushed or head rubbed.

Male.
     Sexual excitement; lasciviousness reaching almost to insanity; seminal emissions.

Heart.
     Palpitation; precordial anguish, sensation as if heart twisted and turned around.

Female.
     Vulva dry and hot, with much itching. Profuse menstruation, with frequent erotic spasms. PRURITUS VULVAE; NYMPHOMANIA. Dysmenorrhoea, with very sensitive ovaries.

Extremities.
     Weakness of legs; choreic movements. Numbness of legs. Multiple sclerosis, with trembling. TWITCHING AND JERKING. Yawning with uneasiness of legs, must move them constantly. Extraordinary contractions and movements.

Aggravation.
     WORSE, motion, contact, noises. WORSE, seeing others in trouble.

Amelioration.
     BETTER, in open air, MUSIC, bright colors, rubbing affected parts.

Relationship.
     Compare: AGAR.; ARS.; CUPR.; MAG. PHOS.
     Antidotes: LACH.

Dose.
     Sixth to thirtieth potency.