It is prepared from fresh roots of the plant Dioscorea Villosa having the common name wild yam. Also called Jangalai Ratalu in Hindi . Contains Aluminium, Alkaloids, Ascorbic acid. Combines well with viburnum prunifolium
Clinical.-Abdomen, distended. Acne. Angina pectoris. Biliousness. Cholerine. Chorea. Colds. Colic. Constipation. Cough. Cramps. Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Dysmenorrhoea. Dyspepsia. Enteralgia. Flatulence. Gall-bladder, affections of. Gastralgia. Haemorrhoids. Headache. Knee, pain in. Legs, pain in. Liver, disorders of. Lumbago. Mind, affections of. Neuralgia. Paronychia. Parotitis. Pregnancy, pyrosis of. Renal colic. Rheumatism. Sciatica. Side, pain in. Spinal irritation. Spleen, pain in. Smell, disordered. Spermatorrhoea. Tea, effects of. Toothache. Whitlow.
medicine works well in cases of sharp, cutting epigastric pain, bdominal cramps. In cases needing it this gets worse from stooping.
This medicine is specifically indicated for cases in which pain arises from the umbilical region and radiates to the whole abdomen.
It is indicated for the initial stage of infection around the nail
It is used for sacroiliitis when there is a drawing pain in the lower back of severe nature.
Dioscorea villosa 30 for Cholecystitis, Hard dull pain in the gall bladder at 7 pm. Better hard pressure
DioscoreaQ is another effective remedy for controlling acute appendicitis pain. he bowels filled with gas with griping , twisting pains better by bending backwards. 15 drops in hot water fades the pain of appendicitis.
Dioscora villosa 30 is another excellent remedy for night emission.Dioscorea patients having two or three emissions every night. On the following morning the patient feels great weakness particularly about the knees.
Dr Vikas calls Dioscorea villosa a homeopathic pain killer for stomach pain, gallstone pain, Piles pain.
Dr KK Pandey says Dioscorea is used for abdominal pain, sciatica, nightfall and so many other conditions.
As a remedy for many kinds of pain, especially colic, and in severe, painful affections of abdominal and pelvic viscera; it ranks with the polychrests of the Materia Medica. Persons of feeble digestive powers; tea-drinkers, with much flatulence. Gall stone colic.
Mind.–Calls things by the wrong name.
Head.–Dull pain in both temples; better pressure, but worse afterwards. Buzzing in head.
Stomach.–Mouth dry and bitter in morning, tongue coated, no thirst. Belching of large quantities of offensive gas. Neuralgia of stomach. Sinking at the pit of the stomach; pyrosis. Pain along sternum and extending into arms. Eructations of sour, bitter wind, with hiccough. Sharp pain in epigastrium, relieved by standing erect.
Abdomen.–Pains suddenly shift to different parts; appear in remote localities, as fingers and toes. Rumbling, with emission of much flatus. Griping, cutting in hypogastric region, with intermittent cutting in stomach and small intestines. Colic; better walking about; pains radiate from abdomen, to back, chest, arms; worse, bending forwards and while lying. Sharp pains from liver, shooting upward to right nipple. Pain from gall-bladder to chest, back, and arms. Renal colic, with pain in extremities. Hurried desire for stool.
Heart.–Angina pectoris; pain back of sternum into arms; labored breathing; feeble action of heart. Especially with flatulence and pain through chest and tightness across.
Rectum.–Hćmorrhoids, with darting pains to liver; look like bunches or grapes or red cherries; protrude after stool, with pain in anus. Diarrhśa (worse in morning), yellowish, followed by exhaustion, as if flatus and feces were hot.
Male.–Relaxation and coldness of organs. Pains shoot into testicles from region of kidneys. Strong-smelling sweat on scrotum and pubes. Emissions in sleep, or from sexual atony, with weak knees.
Female.–Uterine colic; pains radiate from uterus. Vivid dreams.
Respiratory.–Tight feeling all along sternum. Chest does not seem to expand on breathing. Short-winded.
Extremities.–Lameness in back; worse, stooping. Aching and stiffness in joints. Sciatica; pains shoot down thigh; worse, right side; better, when perfectly still. Felons in beginning, when pricking is first felt. Nails brittle. Cramps in flexors of fingers and toes.
Modalities.–Worse, evening and night, lying down, and doubling up. Better, standing erect, motion in open air; pressure.
Relationship.–Antidotes: Chamom; Camph.
Compare: Colocy (differs in modalities); Nux; Cham; Bry.
Dose.–Tincture, to third potency.