Absinthium. Doesn’t want to deal with anyone. Trembling and delirium. Memory losses. Nervousness, agitation and insomnia in children. Chorea. Hysterical spasms. Sudden loss of consciousness, stupor. The patient becomes violent, mad, violent and manic. His speech becomes hesitant and incoherent.
Stupefaction of consciousness alternating with violence. The man does not like companies. He doesn’t like to interact with people. Disgust for everyone. No one gives him pleasure or joy. Crying mood. He wants to die and has no emotions. The mind becomes dull and sluggish. He becomes indifferent, showing violent emotions towards those around him. Kleptomania. Opisthotonus. Weakness and cruelty.
Stupid behavior. Hysterical spasms with rigidity of the limbs. Anxiety does not allow the patient to sit still and makes him constantly walk. Frightening visions. Terrible hallucinations. The state of stupor alternates with violent delirium. Convulsions with loss of consciousness. Severe dizziness. Epileptiform seizures. Delusions with hallucinations and loss of consciousness quickly follow each other.
Belladonna. Irritability, anger and mania. Impatience and irascibility. Paroxysms of anger and screaming. Anger can cause coughing. The face becomes very red. Wants to break things. Anger alternates with crying and passes quickly. Health anxiety. Cancer fear. Anxiety alternates with rage. Fear of death or darkness.
Fear of dogs and animals in general. Bites people or objects. Desire to tear clothes and kill people. Wild expression. Tries to commit suicide. Long periods of depression with a death wish. The patient is banging his head against the wall. Rage and fury. Pyromania and kleptomania.
Stramonium. Unusual fears. Fear of cemeteries, tunnels or confined spaces. Afraid to look at the water. Fear of dogs and darkness. Cramps in eyes, neck and limbs. The patient does not control himself or sits in a rigid posture with a wild expression on his face. He cries at night and laughs during the day.
Strong aversion to drinking water. The patient hits objects, bites and tears clothes. He screams and curses. At the same time, he can show superhuman strength (Tarentula, Belladonna). The child sits motionless with a wild look. He is ready to rush or run away.
Hyoscyamus is immersed in an internal state. He mumbles to himself, or talks to dead people. He can explode with rage. Jealousy and suspicion. He imagines insects crawling on him. The patient sees people outside the window who want to kill him. Thinks people are trying to poison him. Obsession. Feelings: things are worms or rats. Erotomania. He shamelessly shows his genitals to everyone. Strong sexual desire.
Tarentula hispanica. Nervous tension. They need to move and stay busy. Constant restlessness all over the body. Tarentula tosses and turns in bed all night. He always works very fast. Impatience. Need for fast movement. The patient gets better from rhythmic work and rhythmic music. Tarentula patients are worse from touch and from bright colors. Spasms, fainting, convulsions or chorea.
Tarentula may tear its clothes or break things. The patient injures himself (Stramonium – rampage is focused on other people). A destructive rampage with superhuman strength and energy. Erotomania with sexual offerings to other people (Hyoscyamus – passive shamelessness, without aggression).