(The Chaste Tree)
The most effective point of attack of Agnus upon the organism is the sexual organism. It lowers sexual vitality, with corresponding mental depression and loss of nervous energy. It shows this distinctive influence in both sexes, but is more pronounced in men. Premature old age from abuse of sexual power. History of repeated gonorrhea. A prominent remedy for sprains and strains. Gnawing itching in all parts, especially eyes. Tachycardia caused by tobacco in neurotic young men.
Sexual melancholy. Fear of death. Sadness with impression of speedy death. Absentminded, forgetful, lack of courage. Illusion of smell-herrings, musk. Nervous depression and mental forebodings.
Pupils dilated (Bell). Itching about eyes; photophobia.
Odor of herring or musk. Aching in dorsum better pressure.
Spleen swollen, sore. Stools soft, recede, difficult. Deep fissures in anus. Nausea with sensation as if intestines were pressed downwards; wants to support bowels.
Yellow discharge from urethra. No erections. Impotence. Parts cold, relaxed. Desire gone (Selen; Con; Sabal). Scanty emission without ejaculation. Loss of prostatic fluid on straining. Gleety discharge. Testicles, cold, swollen, hard, and painful.
Scanty menses. Abhorrence of sexual intercourse. Relaxation of genitals, with leucorrhea. Agalactia; with sadness. Sterility. Leucorrhea staining yellow; transparent. Hysterical palpitation with nose bleed.
Compare: Selenium; Phosph ac; Camphor; Lycop.
First to sixth potency.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke