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    CENCHRIS

    Agkistrodon contortrix syn. Cenchris contortrix
    Copperhead snake.

    Key Uses:
  • Breathlessness
  • Congestion in the blood vessels
  • Fear of rape, pins and pointed objects, going to sleep, and sudden death
  • Mental and physical restlessness

    Origin : Found in the central and eastern US in forests, rocky terrain, and arid areas.

    Background : This snake belongs to the venomous pit viper family, which is responsible for the majority of snakebite incidents in the central and eastern US.

    Preparation : The fresh venom is triturated with lactose sugar.

    Remedy Profile : Cenchris is particularly suitable for people who experience great mental restlessness, jealousy, suspicion, and abandonment. They have a general tendency to be rather absentminded, moody, and dreamy, often experiencing vivid, horrible dreams that continue in their thoughts once they are awake. Their anxieties may include a fear of rape, pins and pointed objects, going to sleep, and sudden death.
    The classic symptom picture for Cenchris is of breathlessness, mental and physical restlessness, and a desire to drink small quantities of water. Another classic symptom is a need to loosen the clothing, triggered by congestion in the blood vessels. Complaints are usually right-sided. There may be a susceptibility to allergies, especially in the spring.

    Symptoms Better : In the morning.

    Symptoms Worse : In the afternoon, in the evening, and all night; for lying down; for waking; for pressure on the affected area.


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