Glonoine is is a combination of two elements -Glycerine which is the most inert and bland oil and nitrogen which is used as colorless and tasteless as well as odorless gas.
When both of them are mixed in the 1:4 proportion, potentized, and proved according to the doctrine of proving it becomes one of the most valuable remedies in the field of homeopathy.
It was proved and introduced to homeopathy by Dr.Constantine Hering.
It is commonly known as Nitro-glycerine. Its chemical formula is C3 H5 (NO3) O3, which is further potentized and Dilutions are prepared with alcohol.
This remedy is characterized by suddenness, bursting, sensations, and pains surging upwards which threaten life and shatter the cranium.
It is a wonderful remedy from the mineral kingdom. It acts especially on the brain,pneumo-gastric and vaso-motor nerves.
It is an invaluable remedy in the treatment of migraine, epilepsy, and meningitis.
Glonoine Constitution /Personality
It is suited to people who are thermally hot, and who have complaints from the sun, the heat of fire, fear, fright, injury, and haircuts.
It is adapted to a person who is of nervous temperament.
Glonoine is indicated for acute diseases that manifest suddenly, particularly in the brain, resulting in sensations of fullness, tension, throbbing, and a bursting feeling. The effects of Glonoine are often intense, localized, and torturous, leaving a lasting impression.
This remedy is prominently suited for cases where symptoms, including severe headaches, worsen in the sun or due to exposure to sunlight.
It has also been clinically beneficial for addressing menstrual issues, especially when menses occur too early or are excessively profuse, accompanied by a sensation of pulsation throughout the body.
Glonoine is a valuable remedy for headaches characterized by a surging of blood to the head and heart.
It is effective in alleviating stomach complaints, especially when there is a general sense of weakness and a depressive mood stemming from exposure to the sun or hot weather.
Many homeopaths turn to Glonoine for treating the stages of heart attacks, particularly in cases where weakness and trembling are observed in the tongue, hands, legs, and the entire body.
This remedy is also indicated for conditions resulting from adverse effects of mental excitement, fright, fear, injury, and even a simple haircut.
This article will cover from head to toe all the complaints body. And wherever the symptoms are matched, this medicine can be used-
Glonoine is indicated for various mental conditions, often marked by distinct symptoms. In cases where patients experience sudden falls with a loss of consciousness, alternating palpitations of the heart, and congestion of the head, Glonoine can be a valuable remedy.
Fear is a prominent feature in mental states addressed by Glonoine. Patients may have a sensation of throat swelling and the chest feeling as if tightly constricted.
They often express feelings of apprehensiveness, as if they are nearing death, and there may be a pervasive fear of poisoning.
Individuals requiring Glonoine may also experience a fear that something unpleasant is about to happen to them.
In cases of brain affections, patients may display heightened mental activity, being unusually bright and loquacious. They often exhibit a significant flow of ideas.
However, confusion of ideas can also be observed in those who need Glonoine. They may struggle to identify their surroundings, even in familiar places. Well-known streets might appear strange, and the route home may seem excessively long.
Furthermore, memory loss is a common feature, and patients may forget which side of the street they live on.
Glonoine can be used in cases of great mental agitation, often accompanied by a severe headache. In some instances, this agitation may escalate to the point where the patient becomes frantic, attempting to run away or even jump out of a window.
Glonoine is a valuable remedy for various types of headaches, often accompanied by specific characteristics. Patients may experience confusion and dizziness.
This remedy is particularly well-suited for headaches resulting from the ill effects of sunstroke or exposure to excessive heat. Headache symptoms may include a sensation of heat on the head, especially in individuals like typesetters and those working under gas and electric lights.
The head may feel heavy, making it difficult to lay it on a pillow, and patients often cannot tolerate any additional heat on their heads. Covering the head tends to worsen the headache. These headaches are typically pulsating or throbbing in nature.
Angio-spastic neuralgia of the head and face can also be effectively treated with Glonoine. Patients may exhibit increased irritability as a part of their symptom picture.
Vertigo is another condition where Glonoine is indicated, especially when it occurs upon assuming an upright position.
Cerebral congestion, characterized by a sensation of an enormously large head as if the skull were too small for the brain, is another condition addressed by Glonoine.
Sun headaches, where the intensity of the headache fluctuates with sun exposure, can be relieved by this remedy.
In some cases, patients may experience shocks in the head that synchronize with their pulse.
Glonoine is also indicated for headaches that occur in place of menses, often accompanied by a rush of blood to the head.
This remedy is listed as a top choice for cases of threatened apoplexy and meningitis.
It is a great remedy for eye conditions where the person can see everything half light, and half dark.
There is the affection of the ear where the Letters appear smaller and there are Sparks before the eyes.
Glonoine is a valuable remedy for earaches and related symptoms. People who require Glonoine may experience throbbing sensations in the ears, with each heartbeat being distinctly heard in the ear. Additionally, there may be a sensation of fullness in the affected ear.
Glonoine is indicated in various conditions related to the mouth and throat. Patients requiring Glonoine may experience a sensation of torpor or numbness in the upper lip, as if it has hardened.
Dryness of the lips may occur even in the absence of excessive thirst. The mouth and throat may exhibit increased redness compared to usual, and fine stitches on the surface of the tongue may be felt, particularly in the evening. Additionally, there may be a burning sensation on the tip of the tongue.
Glonoine is indicated in cases of angina pectoris where the patient may exhibit various facial symptoms. The face may appear flushed, hot, livid, pale, or sweaty, depending on the individual.
This remedy is also beneficial for relieving pain in the root of the nose and faceache.
Patients requiring Glonoine may experience a dusky or pale face accompanied by a sensation of heat and a congestion of blood in the head and chest. In addition, Glonoine is useful for addressing pain and stiffness in the jaw’s articulation.
Sensations such as swelling of the underlip and pulsating toothache with a headache can also be alleviated with Glonoine.
Furthermore, this remedy is indicated for soreness in the mouth, which may manifest as a swollen tongue with pricking sensations and a smarting feeling.
Some patients may also report soreness and swelling on the roof of the mouth, often accompanied by a pulsating sensation.
Glonoine is indicated in conditions where there is a rush of blood to the throat, resulting in a sensation of fullness.
This can be so pronounced that the individual feels the need to loosen collars or clothing due to the constriction caused by the swelling in the neck. It may create a feeling of choking and swelling, particularly under the ears.
This remedy is also beneficial for sore throat symptoms. In cases where Glonoine is required, the soft palate may feel contracted and dry.
Patients may experience symptoms such as tickling, heat, and soreness in the throat, all of which can be effectively addressed with this remedy.
Individuals may have a strong desire to take deep breaths and may frequently sigh. This remedy can help relieve these asthma-related symptoms.
Glonoine is a wonderful remedy for conditions characterized by chest congestion and palpitation of the heart, often accompanied by heat in the face, an accelerated pulse, and throbbing carotid arteries.
It can be beneficial in cases of angina pectoris where individuals experience severe stitching pains originating from the heart and radiating into the back.
Heart symptoms may include a sensation of fullness, heaviness, and heat, coupled with laboured heartbeats.
This remedy is effective in cases of laborious heart action, with fluttering and palpitations leading to dyspnoea. Exertion, especially going uphill, can trigger a rush of blood to the heart and fainting spells.
The patient may also experience throbbing sensations throughout the body, even in the fingertips.
Glonoine is a useful remedy for stomach disorders, particularly in anaemic patients with weak circulation. It can address symptoms such as gastralgia, nausea, vomiting, and fainting.
Individuals experiencing these stomach complaints may also report sensations of gnawing and emptiness in the pit of the stomach.
Abnormal hunger, leading to overeating, can be a characteristic feature. Additionally, there may be frequent belching, particularly after meals, especially dinner and supper.
Glonoine is a beneficial remedy for various gastrointestinal issues. It can effectively address abdominal colic, constipation, and diarrhea with specific characteristics.
In cases of constipation, it is indicated when there is itching and painful hemorrhoids, along with a pinching sensation in the abdomen before and after passing stool.
For diarrhea, Glonoine is recommended for those experiencing copious blackish, lumpy stools. These individuals may also feel a sensation of emptiness in the pit of the stomach, combined with sensitivity in that region, particularly when stooping.
Colic with cutting pain, primarily located below the navel, which can disturb one’s sleep in the morning before and after loose stools, is another condition where Glonoine is beneficial.
Rumbling in the lower part of the abdomen, especially when lying on the left side, can be relieved by this remedy. Moreover, it is useful for diarrhoea characterized by stools accompanied by rumbling and flatulence, which typically starts in the morning and persists throughout the day.
Glonoine exhibits a beneficial effect on the urinary system, particularly when there is an increased secretion of pale and albuminous urine.
Patients may experience the need to urinate more frequently during the night, and the passed urine tends to be in substantial quantities and contain albumin.
Glonoine is known to have a beneficial effect on male sexual organs, especially when impotence is linked to weakness and debility.
This remedy may be indicated in cases where the genital organs are sore and there’s a sensation of severe pulsation throughout the entire body. It is also relevant in situations where the discharge is sudden and accompanied by a throbbing headache.
Glonoine exhibits remarkable action on the female sexual system. It is valuable in cases of menstruation where the menses may be delayed or suddenly stop, often accompanied by congestion to the head and severe pulsations.
This remedy is also effective for addressing climacteric flushing.
In cases of suppressed menstruation, Glonoine can be a suitable choice.
During menstruation or pregnancy, it is often indicated when there is a noticeable congestion of blood to the head and chest, resulting in symptoms such as headaches and fainting.
Glonoine is a wonderful remedy for various symptoms related to the extremities. These symptoms may include drawing pain in the hands and legs with violent throbbing sensations.
It can also address itching on the arms and hands, along with pain in the left biceps. Additionally, Glonoine is helpful for managing backache.
In terms of the extremities, this remedy is known to alleviate restlessness, weakness, and circulation issues in the arms. There may be sensations of weakness and numbness in the left arm.
Trembling in the arms and feet, often accompanied by a heightened awareness of pulse sensations in the fingertips and toes, can also be addressed with Glonoine.
This remedy is suitable for individuals who experience weakness and numbness in the left thigh, leading to difficulties in leg movements, such as the knees and ankles giving way when walking.
Moreover, Glonoine can relieve restlessness in the limbs, compelling the individual to rise from their current position.
Glonoine is indicated for cervical spondylitis when individuals experience weakness and fatigue in the neck muscles, making it difficult to support the head. Stiffness in the neck is a common symptom, and even clothing may feel uncomfortably tight around this area.
People with cervical spondylitis may report sensations of fullness, tension, and pulsation in the neck region. Additionally, pain can extend throughout the spinal column, accompanied by sensations of heat and chilliness.
This remedy can be particularly useful for addressing a burning sensation between the shoulder blades and severe pain that radiates from the neck to the back and limbs.
Glonoine is indicated for fever when the pulse is affected, often being accelerated, irregular, intermitting, full and hard, or small and rapid.
Fever in Glonoine patients is associated with heat, especially in the face, with the sensation of heat ascending from the pit of the stomach to the head. There may also be perspiration, primarily in the face. Interestingly, perspiration tends to relieve nausea in these cases.
This remedy is particularly helpful in fever cases resulting from various factors, including the bad effects of mental excitement, fright, fear, mechanical contusions, and their subsequent consequences. Additionally, it can be beneficial for fevers caused by exposure to the sun’s rays, such as sunstroke.
Glonoine is a great remedy for skin conditions characterized by gnawing and itching in various parts of the body. This itching can be particularly bothersome when the individual is seated.
Additionally, Glonoine is indicated for cases where there are darting and insupportable itching, which tends to intensify in the evening, especially when the person is in bed.
Modalities are the factors that, increase or decrease the complaints in a patient.
They are categorized as aggravating factors and amelioration factors.
Aggravating factors make the condition of the illness worse, while the amelioration factor improves the condition of the disease.
It can be time, any part of the day, season, position, or any applications, etc.
The condition of Glonoine gets aggravated when, in sun; exposure to sunrays, gas, open fire; jar, stooping, having a haircut; peaches, stimulants; lying down; from 6 am to noon; left side.
The conditions of the Glonoine get better when taking, brandy.
This remedy completes the process of cure that is started by the first medicine given.
The remedies complementary to Glonoine are China, Ferrum metallicum, Amyl nitricum; Belladonna.
These remedies have many similarities in action but are different in origin, which means the source from which the medicine is prepared is another.
Remedies similar to Glonoine are Opium, Stramonium, and Veratrum viridium.
Glonoine antidotes the ill effects of coffee and other stimulants.
The dosage and potency of the medicine depend on the individual case.
Glonoine 30 Uses
Lower potency is given when very few symptoms of the patient match with the medicine and help the doctor only to diagnose the disease condition.
It is of great value in the treatment of menstrual disorders, and headaches.
This potency requires frequent repetition, 3-4 times a day, till the expected result is seen.
This is considered as higher potency; they are given when the majority of mental symptoms and physical symptoms of Glonoine match.
Higher potencies are advisable to be not repeated very often; they act for a long duration of days, so the second dose is repeated every 7 days or every 15 days once.
This is very high potency. One should give it only after careful case analysis, where all medicinal symptoms of the Glonoine and that given by the patient match perfectly.
One should not repeat 1 M potencies. It is given 30 days once and waiting for symptoms to disappear.
The mother tincture of Glonoine is used by many homeopaths to relieve the symptoms associated with chronic respiratory failure.
It is mainly used to relieve symptoms of anemia, and chlorosis and should only be given when all the symptoms of Glonoine are matched with the patient’s symptoms.
Take 10 drops of mother tincture in half a cup of water three times a day till the improvement occurs.
This lower potency of Glonoine works well to treat the conditions like Goitre, and headache and has a therapeutic effect on patients suffering from such conditions.
Take 2-3 drops of dilution directly on the tongue thrice a day for 3 months.
- Angina pectoris
- Brain congestion
- Bright’s disease
- Heart affections
- palpitation of heart
- Menses suppression
Glonoine Side Effects
Homeopathic medicines are prepared by potentization where the dynamic curative power of the medication is aroused, so homeopathic medicines produce negligible side effects.
If any side effects of Glonoine are seen mostly vomiting or skin rash, then it can be antidoted by Camphor.
Remember that homeopathic remedies are prescribed based on individual symptoms and characteristics.
It’s crucial to consult with a qualified homeopath for proper evaluation and personalized treatment. Homeopathy focuses on treating the whole person, so a detailed case study is necessary to select the most appropriate remedy.
Homeopathic medicines should be taken only when prescribed by a homeopathic physician. Self-medication may aggravate the original conditions.