Sabadilla is a remedy for diseases mostly nervous diseases; twitching, convulsive tremblings, catalepsy, and worms in children.
The tincture of seeds is prepared, and the seeds are grounded and pounded to form a pulp.
This medicine is prepared from seeds of the plant, they are used for its preparation, which is chopped and pounded to extract juice that contains active principal in it.
It is a wonderful remedy for the vegetable kingdom belonging to the family melanthiaceae.
Mother Tincture and trituration of the seeds is prepared, and subsequent potencies are made.
Veratrina is an active principle that possesses medicinal properties.
The process of dynamization arouses the latent curative powers and makes Sabadilla a valuable homeopathic medicine to serve a therapeutic purpose when given in dynamic doses.
Sabadilla Constitution /Personality
Sabadilla is a remedy, best suited for people with light hair, fair complexion with a weak, relaxed muscular system.
It is often given for Worm affections of children.
Sabadilla is indicated for its action on the nervous system, making it invaluable in the treatment of twitching, nervous diseases, convulsive trembling, and catalepsy, primarily resulting from worm infestation.
This remedy is well-suited for individuals with light hair, fair complexion, and a weak, relaxed muscular system.
It proves to be highly effective for addressing worm-related issues in children.
Furthermore, Sabadilla is recommended for various nervous conditions, including twitching, convulsive tremblings, and catalepsy, as well as different forms of worms.
It finds its application in cases where individuals experience illusions, such as a feeling of sickness accompanied by a perception of shrunken body parts.
In situations where women have the illusion of being pregnant due to abdominal distension from flatus, Sabadilla can provide relief.
It also comes into play when individuals harbor an intense fear of death, often linked to imagined severe throat diseases that could prove fatal.
For delirium during intermittent fever, Sabadilla serves as a valuable remedy.
Additionally, it addresses conditions of the upper respiratory tract characterized by spasmodic sneezing bouts, followed by excessive watery nasal discharge, reddened and burning eyelids, and a hot face.
Sabadilla’s efficacy extends to throat ailments such as diphtheria and tonsillitis.
It aids swallowing of warm food and eases symptoms, particularly those pertaining to the throat, which tend to shift from left to right.
In cases of pharyngitis where individuals experience the sensation of loose skin in the throat, necessitating repetitive swallowing, Sabadilla offers relief.
Headaches stemming from excessive mental exertion, intense concentration, or worm infestations can be effectively managed with Sabadilla.
This remedy also addresses dryness in the fauces and throat, as well as the parched, parchment-like dryness of the skin.
This article will cover from head to toe all the complaints body.
And wherever the symptoms are matched, this medicine can be used-
Sabadilla is an excellent remedy for mental conditions, particularly when the patient exhibits nervousness, timidity, and a tendency to be easily startled.
This remedy effectively addresses mental symptoms characterized by erroneous self-perceptions and notions.
It is particularly effective in managing hallucinations where the individual perceives themselves as being severely ill and envisions parts of their body as shrunken or distorted.
In women, Sabadilla is known to alleviate illusions related to pregnancy and conditions like cancer.
It also provides relief for delirium during intermittent fever episodes.
Sabadilla is indicated for severe headaches often accompanied by vertigo, giving a sensation as though surrounding objects are revolving.
This is frequently coupled with visual disturbances such as blackness before the eyes and a feeling of faintness.
This remedy is well-suited for headaches that manifest with a sense of dullness and oppression in the head.
Individuals who are oversensitive to odours and experience headaches as a result can benefit from Sabadilla.
Sabadilla finds its application in stress-induced headaches, particularly those triggered by excessive mental activity leading to overthinking and sleeplessness.
Additionally, this remedy addresses symptoms involving the eyes and ears. It is known to alleviate red and burning eyelids, along with excessive tearing.
Furthermore, Sabadilla can provide relief when there is difficulty in hearing.
Sabadilla is indicated for a range of nasal conditions, encompassing sensations of itching and tingling within the nose, along with a smarting feeling that is accompanied by a contractive sensation.
This remedy shows its effectiveness in managing cases of epistaxis (nosebleeds) where there exists a heightened sensitivity to the smell of garlic.
In instances characterized by sensitive dryness in the upper nasal region, followed by forceful spasmodic sneezing resulting in abdominal shaking and subsequent tearing of the eyes, Sabadilla proves to be beneficial.
Moreover, Sabadilla is recommended for situations involving alternating nostril obstruction and periods of fluent coryza.
This condition might be accompanied by altered facial features and a sensation of bewilderment in the head.
As a result, Sabadilla emerges as a valuable option for addressing influenza and hay fever.
In scenarios featuring nasal discharge, Sabadilla addresses cases where substantial quantities of white and transparent mucus are expelled from the nose, even without concurrent coryza.
The remedy also showcases its efficacy in cases of epistaxis originating from the right nostril.
The blood typically exhibits a red colour and originates from the posterior nares, frequently leading to subsequent expectoration.
Sabadilla is indicated for various eye-related issues, including painful weakness of the eyes accompanied by a sensation of burning and smarting.
This remedy is effective in addressing cases of increased intra-ocular pressure on the eyeballs, particularly when looking upward.
Sabadilla proves beneficial for treating redness along the margins of the eyelids, which is accompanied by lachrymation.
This condition is often triggered by activities like outdoor exercise, looking at bright objects, coughing, yawning, or even experiencing slight pain in other parts of the body.
Additionally, Sabadilla is recommended for cases of weakened eyesight.
Sabadilla is indicated for otalgia, a condition characterized by troublesome pressure in the ears along with a sensation of snapping similar to electric sparks occurring before the ears.
It is also effective for addressing tickling sensations within the ears.
This remedy finds its application in cases of itching at the anus, which alternates with itching at the external auditory meatus.
For individuals experiencing burning, itching, and shooting sensations in the ear tips, Sabadilla can provide relief.
Deafness that feels as if a band is placed over the ears can be effectively managed with Sabadilla.
Furthermore, Sabadilla is recommended for cases of rumbling, gurgling, and detonation sensations in the ears.
This might be accompanied by a sense of boring discomfort in the parotid glands.
Sabadilla is indicated in cases where there is a sensation of heat in the face accompanied by intense redness, particularly noticeable after consuming wine.
This remedy is effective for addressing the presence of bluish circles around the eyes.
Sabadilla finds its application when marbled and herpetic skin eruptions manifest on the face, accompanied by a burning sensation, pain due to excoriation, pricking, itching, and tingling sensations in the lips.
During epileptic attacks, Sabadilla is valuable. It addresses symptoms of muscle beating and jerking in the muscles of the upper left jaw, often accompanied by itching.
The remedy also proves beneficial for cases of boring sensations in the lower jaw and submaxillary glands.
In some instances, there might be a cracking sound in the jaw joint upon opening the mouth widely.
Sabadilla is indicated for various mouth conditions. This remedy is effective for severe toothache accompanied by drawing and pulsating pain.
Sabadilla addresses shooting pains in the molars, often associated with tooth decay.
The appearance of bluish gums and sensations of pricking in the gums can be relieved with Sabadilla.
For individuals with mouth ulcers, Sabadilla is recommended. It addresses the sensation of the mouth and tongue as if burnt and excoriated.
Sensitivity to hot substances in the mouth and a sore tongue that feels like it’s covered in blisters find relief with Sabadilla.
Sabadilla is beneficial for managing pricking and soreness at the tip of the tongue, even when it appears bluish.
The presence of a thick yellowish coating in the middle and at the back of the tongue can be alleviated with this remedy.
Dryness of the mouth without accompanying thirst, along with the accumulation of copious sweetish and jelly-like saliva, is a condition that Sabadilla can effectively address.
Sabadilla is indicated for sore throat conditions where individuals experience a sensation akin to a plug or internal swelling, particularly during swallowing and at other times.
Those who require Sabadilla often have an incessant urge to swallow, accompanied by discomfort in the mouth and behind the larynx, giving the impression of an obstruction.
This discomfort is frequently accompanied by a sensation of scratching roughness.
These individuals may engage in frequent hawking, and their symptoms tend to worsen in the morning, as well as during and after meals.
This remedy is effective when there is a sensation of a loose piece of skin hanging in the throat, causing the need to swallow over it, as if the uvula were drooping.
Sabadilla is also suited for cases involving the presence of stubborn phlegm in the throat, requiring repeated hawking.
A sensation of constriction in the throat, resembling the feeling from an astringent drink, might also be present.
For individuals with sore throat symptoms, including pressure and a burning sensation during swallowing and at other times, along with throat dryness, Sabadilla provides relief.
Moreover, this remedy effectively addresses the sensations of roughness and scraping in the throat, accompanied by a persistent urge to swallow or hawk.
It is particularly beneficial for inflammation of the uvula.
Sabadilla is indicated for various respiratory and chest conditions.
This remedy effectively addresses cough accompanied by wheezing in the chest, where the individual experiences obstructed respiration, as if there were a stone present in the chest.
Patients under the influence of Sabadilla may have short, difficult, and wheezing respiration, coupled with a sensation of pressure on the chest and a burning feeling in the chest area.
Sabadilla is beneficial for cases involving pain radiating from the right shoulder into the chest.
The sensation resembles that of blood circulation being constricted by a tight bandage. This discomfort is not relieved by loosening clothing and tends to worsen in open-air environments.
Additionally, Sabadilla is effective for inflammation of the pleura.
Individuals with this condition experience shooting pains in the sides of the chest, particularly when taking a breath or coughing.
These symptoms disturb sleep at night and prevent comfortable lying on the affected side.
Sabadilla is indicated for heart conditions where there is palpitation of the heart with pulsation throughout the body.
This remedy effectively addresses acidity in the stomach, often accompanied by a bitter or sickly sweet taste in the mouth.
Patients who require Sabadilla may experience a strong thirst for cold water, milk, or beer, which can persist throughout the day, including the morning.
They might also have an increased appetite, but certain foods, especially meat, coffee, wine, and acidic substances, can lead to discomfort.
Sabadilla is beneficial for cases of bulimia, particularly in the morning and evening.
This condition is notably triggered by a craving for specific foods like honey, pastry, and starchy items.
In terms of thirst, Sabadilla is effective for individuals who either experience no thirst or only feel thirsty in the evening, specifically for cold water.
Additionally, these individuals tend to desire hot items, such as hot tea, especially when dealing with a sore throat.
Sabadilla is indicated for a variety of abdominal conditions. This remedy is effective for addressing a distended abdomen along with chronic acidity, indigestion, belching, and several other digestive disorders.
It proves to be highly useful in treating worms in children, aiding in the elimination of the recurrent tendency for worm infestations.
Sabadilla is recommended for cases of abdominal disorders characterized by specific symptoms, such as a sensation of tightness in the stomach due to the accumulation of gas.
The stomach feels swollen and distended, leading to an illusion in women that resembles the sensation of pregnancy.
This remedy effectively addresses the urgent need to urinate, particularly pronounced in the evening. It is often accompanied by tenesmus (straining) and a scanty discharge.
Sabadilla is useful for managing increased urine secretion.
The urine appears turbid and thick, resembling clay water. This condition can cause a burning sensation in the urethra during urination.
Sabadilla is indicated for various male genital system issues. This remedy effectively addresses digging and pressing pain experienced in the testes.
Sabadilla is beneficial for cases of diminished sexual desire, accompanied by tensive and painful erections that occur without a desire for sexual intercourse.
It is also recommended for individuals experiencing sexual pollution (nocturnal emissions) with subsequent flaccidity of the penis.
Sabadilla it is indicated for females who have menses too late; comes in fits and starts.
The intermittent flow of menses due to transient and localized congestion of the womb alternates with a chronic anaemic state.
Sabadilla effectively addresses weariness and heaviness felt in all the limbs, which tends to worsen towards the evening, often requiring the person to lie down.
Sabadilla is useful for treating the sensation of coldness in the limbs.
Individuals may experience painful drawings in the limbs, as if the discomfort originates from the marrow of the bones.
There might also be a tendency to stretch the limbs, with relief obtained through rest.
For individuals experiencing a painful sensation akin to limb paralysis, especially in the knees, Sabadilla is recommended.
Jerky movements and trembling of the arms, as well as the presence of red spots, bands, and points on the arms and hands, along with pricking sensations in the forearms, can be alleviated with Sabadilla.
Dryness of the skin on the hands and finger distortion, accompanied by yellow spots on the fingers and peeling of the skin around the nails, can also be addressed with this remedy.
Sabadilla is beneficial for rheumatism in the extremities, characterized by shooting pains in the thighs and knees, along with weakness and a tendency for the knees to flex.
Individuals with tearing and tension in the calf muscles, particularly at night, may find relief with Sabadilla.
Heaviness in the feet, swelling of the feet, and painful sensitivity of the soles are also indications for this remedy.
It is indicated to treat pain in the back. In Sabadilla there is contusive pain in the back and loins, especially when seated.
There is a burning-tingling stinging sensation between the scapulae, and there are stitches in rapid succession on the right side of the back.
Sabadilla is indicated for fever where the chill predominates; from below upwards.
There is heat in the head and face, hands and feet icy cold, with chill and lachrymation during paroxysm.
Sabadilla is indicated when the skin exhibits dryness, resembling parchment. This remedy is particularly effective for addressing issues related to the nails, such as horny, deformed, and thickened nails.
Sabadilla is well-suited for cases involving sensations of heat, burning, creeping, and crawling all over the skin.
For itching in the anus caused by worm infestation, Sabadilla is recommended.
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 Sabadilla is worse by cold and cold drinks, and the full moon.
Most of the complaints of Sabadilla gets aggravated by hot.
The condition of Sabadilla aggravated towards evening, obliging her to lie down.
Gastric complaints are aggravated by food, especially meat coffee, wine, and acids.
The conditions of the Sabadilla are better by warm food and drink, wrapped up.
Joint symptoms are better by rest and lying down.
This remedy completes the process of cure that is started by the first medicine given.
The remedies complementary to Sabadilla are Sepia, Colchicum; Nux vomica.
These remedies have many similarities in action but are different in origin, which means the source from which the medicine is prepared is another.
The bad effects of Sabadilla are antidoted by Camphor.
Sabadilla Dosage & Potencies
The dosage and potency of the medicine depend on the individual case.
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 epilepsy.
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 Sabadilla 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 Sabadilla and that given by the patient matches perfectly.
One should not repeat 1 M potencies. It is given 30 days once and waiting for symptoms to disappear.
The mother tincture of Sabadilla is used by many homeopaths to relieve the symptoms associated with convulsions.
Mother Tincture of Sabadilla is used for the treatment of worm infections.
Mother tincture should only be given when all the symptoms of Sabadilla 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 Sabadilla works well to treat conditions like induration of glands of the neck in diphtheria and earaches, it 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.
● Obsessive-compulsive disorder
● Hay asthma
● Imaginary diseases
● Intermittent fever
● Throat, sore
● Uvula elongated
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 Sabadilla are seen mostly vomiting or skin rash, then it can be antidoted by Coffee, 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 condition.