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Aconitum napellus (monkshood)
Use for shock following a violent or frightening event; earache with pain; eyes feel dry and hot with red and swollen eyelids; unquenchable thirst during fever; numbness and tingling; hot hands and cold feet; urine retention in infants or mothers right after delivery; use during delivery for women who feel they are about to die; acute, sudden and violent illness with high fever; influenza and colds.
Conditions: Sunstroke; shock; flu; fever, with great thirst; chills; eye injuries and inflammation earache; headache; follows exposure to cold, dry wind, too much sun, fright, or panic attack.
Comments and Indications: For the first stages of illness; symptoms come on suddenly and dramatically and are accompanied by anxiety and restlessness; particularly suited for anything that is the result of shock or extreme fear and fright.
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