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Emile Littre’s Medical Dictionary defines Staphisagria (or Delphinium Staphisagria, Louse seed, Stavy acre) as a member of the Ranunculaceae family; triangular, compact, grayish seeds with a bitter and sour taste, a bitter brown layer, a bitter yellow layer, a volatile and a greasy oil made of albumin, an amylaceous matter, rubber, a sugary matter, dalphine, dalphinine, delphinoidine, delphisina, and staphisaina.

The plant’s grains are very strong. Therefore, they are ground into powder or incorporated into a cream that is used to kill lice.
Patients sick with Staph evidence symptoms related to the “compactness” of the seeds.
Allen, T: weight on ethmoid bone, over the nose, feeling of compression on both sides of head.
- Headache, feelings of compressed brain.
- Pressure on right side of forehead.
- Pressure on right temporal lobe and vertex.
- Feeling as if occiput were internally and externally compressed.
- Bewildering headache, especially at front.
- Pressure on superior eyelids.
- Painful pressure on right side under umbilicus.
- Pressure on bladder.
- Painful pressure on left testicle while walking.
- Feeling of compressed testicles.
- Feeling of pressure and constriction of throat cavity after anger, sour taste.
- Violent painful pressure on left shoulder.
- Pressure on external part of tibia.
- After great anger, body shaking, pressure on chest and dyspnea, fear of choking, pressure on stomach, great tension on upper abdomen.
- Paralytic pressure on arms and forearms. Remember that arms are used when in action and that action is one of Staph patient’s problems.
My patient Roberto, a 29-year-old lawyer who is asthmatic since he was eight, cured his asthma with Staph. During his consultation I asked about his childhood and he told me he had studied at a public school with children that were older than him who used to hit and ill-treat him. He said: “They were less intelligent than me, because of their social status, and I was angry with them. Everything was very unjust. I cried but sought for no solution. I never spoke with anybody about this, not even with my parents.” He added: “I felt very powerless and angry. That’s when my asthma first appeared.”


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