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Curare, woorali root.
Key Uses:HeavinessNumbnessPiercing painsProgressive muscular paralysis and impaired reflex actionWeakness
Origin : Found in South America.
Background : A paralyzing poison was traditionally extracted by native South Americans from this and other Strychnos species for use on arrows during hunting.
Preparation : The resin is extracted from the tree and macerated in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : Those who respond best to Curare tend to be hurried, irritable, and aggressive. They want to be alone and may behave maliciously toward others. A loss of moral judgment is also possible. They often have a history of self-abuse, perhaps involving biting or hitting themselves, or ripping their clothes. Typically, they can eat only small amounts of food at a time.
Classic symptoms associated with Curare include weakness, heaviness, numbness, and piercing pains. Progressive muscular paralysis and impaired reflex action may also be treated by the remedy.
Symptoms Better : None known.
Symptoms Worse : For dampness; for cold winds; for cold weather; at 2 a.m.; for movement; on the right side of the body.