Cubeb, tailed pepper.
Origin : Native to Indonesia and widely cultivated in tropical Asia.
Background : The antiseptic and diuretic properties of the cubeb fruits are used in herbal medicine, and the oil may be used to flavor tobacco, pickles, and sauces.
Preparation : The dried, unripe fruits are macerated in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : Cubeba is best suited to people who are restless and easily startled. They are often thirsty, and may crave nuts and delicacies. Their libidos may be very high.
The remedy is typically used for mucous membrane inflammation, especially in the urinary tract. The symptom picture is of burning pain on urinating and profuse or frequent urination, possibly due to anxiety. Discolored, smarting urine, possibly containing blood, and a feeling of fullness are further typical symptoms. Infections such as cystitis or prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate glands) may be treated with Cubeba, as may gonorrhea.
Symptoms Better : For getting up and walking around.
Symptoms Worse : At night; in bed.
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