Homeopathic coma remedies

Coma is the state of unrousable unconsciousness. There are cases where homeopathy was successfully used to help a coma patient to regain consciousness.

Every case should be considered individually and a careful observation of the symptoms can lead to the similimum remedy.

Note that the word “coma” may not mean the modern definition of a “clinical coma“, but maybe just a deep state of unconsciousness. There are different states of coma.

This list of remedies is incomplete. But it may help to recognize certain common patterns.

Repertorisation software is very useful in combination of the right symptoms.

Radionics software AetherOnePi can help to identify the right remedy.

See also:
Process Oriented Coma Work

Aesculus glabra
Confusion, with vertigo, often followed by stupefaction and coma.

Amygdalus communis
Coma. Diphtheria. Epilepsy. Headache. Syncope.

Agrostema Githago
Vertigo and headache and in some cases coma.

Amylenum Nitrosum
In coma, during an unconscious state, profound, and repeated yawning.

Antimonium Crudum
Coma with delirium.

Antimonium Tartaricum
Drowsiness and even coma.

Arsenicum Album
Coma vigil, often interrupted by groans and grinding of the teeth.

Coma, interrupted by momentary wakings, with furious looks. After the fit of coma, great hunger, burning heat, and dryness of the mouth. Comatose sleep at night, with frequent waking and convulsive movements.

Cactus Grandiflorus
Coma, stupefaction, insensibility till midnight.

Comatose drowsiness. He falls down insensible. Strong desire to sleep in the day. Coma, with incoherent words. (Note here for example the word “coma” maybe does not mean really a clinical form of coma, or the author noted the “incoherent words” before the coma)

Carboneum Hydrogenisatum
Answers questions slowly. Fell unconscious. Coma.

Note: all kind of carbo remedies have a tendency for coma, especially Carbo animalis and vegetalis (lack of oxygen).

One article said: “brain injuries frequently depress respiration, unconsciousness prevents active muscles from competing with the brain for the limited oxygen available“. (Consciousness: A Survey of Scientists’ Bold Attempts to Demystify the Mind)
Maybe therefore in the first link the homeopath was successful with Carbo vegetabilis.

Carduus Benedictus
Stertorous breathing, drowsiness, retching without actual vomiting, asphyxia and coma.

Drowsiness in the day, like coma. (Note also here: “like coma”, so this is maybe not a fit)

Cenchris Contortrix
Coma or semi-consciousness.

Cerasus laurocerasus
Somnolence, sometimes like coma vigil.

Coma, and coma-vigil, with pulling pain in the head, and nausea, or with feverish restlessness, short respiration, and thirst.

Chenopodium Anthelminticum
(Toxic effect) Five days from taking the dose he died in profound coma with high temperature.

China Officinalis
Coma, syncope, fainting.

Effects of excitement. Coma, fainting with cold, viscous sweats.

Cocculus Indicus
Cerebro-spinal meningitis. Half sleep, like coma vigil.

(Dryopteris) Filix-mas
Confusion, stupor, coma.

Hyoscyaminum / alkaloid of Hyoscyamus Niger
Coma, with relaxation of voluntary muscles, except occasional spasmodic movements of arms and legs.

Hydrocyanicum Acidum
Coma vigil.

Hyoscamus niger
Coma vigil.

Drowsiness developing into perfect coma.

Kali Bromatum
Brain irritated. Anæmia of brain from loss of fluids; constant drowsiness; coma; pupils dilated, eyes sunken, eyeballs moving in every direction without taking any notice.

Kali Nitricum
Coma somnolentum.

Lactuca virosa
Falling asleep while at labour; coma, sometimes with loathing.

Lobelia purpurascens
Vomiting and coma.

Lonicera Xylosteum
Coma vigil. Convulsions.

Magnetis Polus Arcticus
Violent spasmodic yawnings, with wrenching pain in maxillary joint. Strong disposition to sleep by day. Coma.

Mercurialis Perennis
Difficulty in collecting his senses. Coma.

Mercurius solubilis
Inclined to sopor, coma.

(Daphne) Mezereum
Narcotism, coma, convulsions of eyes and upper limbs were observed.

Stupefaction; coma. Delirium like delirium tremens.

Great drowsiness during day, with frequent and vehement yawning. Coma.

Natrum Hypochlorosum
Vomiting, diarrhea, headaches; coma.

Nux Moschata
Coma somnolentum and heaviness. Great drowsiness. Sleep, overpowering.

Nux Vomica (!)
Note that Nux vomica is known for antidoting the effect of chemical drugs, especially narcotics.
Loss of consciousness, with coma somnolentum, and paralysis of lower jaw, of organs of deglutition, and extremities. Comatose state, with heavy and profound sleep during day. Light nocturnal sleep, with frequent waking, or like a kind of coma vigil, with reveries full of troubles and agitation, and a sort of weariness as if the night were too long.

Oenanthe crocata
Averse to be questioned. Coma after convulsions.

Want to lie down, with a sort of coma.

Puerperal spasm, during and after parturition with loss of consciousness and drowsiness or coma between the paroxysms.

Phosphoricum Acidum
Coma. Great tendency to go to sleep during day, early in evening, and in morning, with difficulty in waking. Bad effects from grief, sorrow, unfortunate love, with great emaciation, sleepiness, and morning sweat.

Coma vigil. Affections of the mind in general; amativeness; dizziness of the mind. Anguish and uneasiness, esp. when alone, or in stormy weather, principally in evening, with timorousness and fright. Lips dry and parched, swollen, covered with brownish scabs. Cracked lips; crack in middle of lower lip.

Coma. Imbecility. Dementia. Mania. Delirium. Unable to find proper word while talking.

Ranunculus repens
Profound coma.

Rhus Toxicodendron
Coma somnolentum, with snoring, murmurs, and carphology.

Delirium. Excited, laughs and sings. Hysterical. Coma.

Secale Cornutum
Strong inclination to sleep and coma. Coma with delirium, starts, and fright.

Attacks of coma, returning in a tertian type. Slowness of conception. Comprehension difficult; heavy flow of ideas.

Solanum Nigrum
Coma with twitching. Complete cessation of mental faculties. Delirium: with stammering speech, efforts to get out of bed.

(Datura) Stramonium
Exaltation and furious delirium and little or no fever; without pain but with some coma.

Sulphur Hydrogenisatum
Loss of consciousness. Coma commencing as natural sleep.

Idiotic; epileptic idiocy. Concourse of confused ideas. Cataleptic state. Stupor. Coma.

Tanacetum vulgare
Comatose state over an hour.

Intoxication. Coma.

The failure of the kidneys (!) to eliminate Urea from the blood leads to uræmic intoxication, delirium, convulsions, and coma.

Veratrum Album
Drowsy insensibility, or coma vigil, with incomplete consciousness, starts with fright, and eyes half open, or shut only on one side. During the heat of fever, continual coma, or delirium, with redness of face.

Veratrum Viride
Very sleepy. Coma; blue face; spasms.

Vipera communis
Delirium; and raving; with vomiting; alternating with sopor. Coma, with thirst for water. Loss of mental functions with drawn features.

Zingiber officinale
Sleepy and exhausted, coma.

Published by isuretpolos

Author of the book "Strange Phenomenons in Homeopathy" and the open source project AetherOnePi radionics.

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