VERBASCUM

(Mullein.)

(From vol. vi, 2nd edit., 1827.)

(The freshly expressed juice of Verbascum thapsus at the commencement of flowering mixed with equal parts of alcohol.)

 

Who would believe that the medical school, as if has hitherto existed, in place of earnestly endeavouring to ascertain experimentally what genuine, peculiar dynamic powers this plant manifests on the health of human beings was content to ascribe to it conjecturally (falsely)a demulcent, resolvent and laxative medicinal power, from the sickly odour of its flowers when crushed with the fingers, and from the slimy character of its juice, and to employ it blindly, in combination with other herbs whose medicinal qualities were equally unknown, for such conjectural objects in the form of gargles, poultices, and clysters?

The following pure symptoms and morbid states which have been produced by this plant on healthy persons will show how much mistaken the medical world was in its frivolous conjecture, and, on the other hand, for what true curative objects it may be employed with sure effect in natural morbid states corresponding in similarity to the characteristic symptoms produced by it.

A small portion of a drop of the above juice is a sufficient dose for homoeopathic purposes.

[HAHNEMANN was assisted in this proving by GROSS, HARTMANN, LANGHAMMER, MOSSDORF]

No old-school authorities are cited.

The 1st edit. Has 175 symptoms, two less appear in this 2nd edit.]

 

VERBASCUM

Attacks of vertigo when the head is supported by pressure on the left cheek. [Gss.]

Sudden vertigo, as from a pressure in the middle on the whole head. [Gss.]

Confusion of the head (aft. 5 h.). [Mss.]

Diminished memory, it costs him a great effort to recall ideas he had had a short time previously (aft. 4 h.). [Mss.]

5. He is stupid and dazed in the head, as if all would come out at the forehead.

Violent pressure in the whole forehead. [Gss.]

Violent but transient outward-pressive pain in the whole right half of the brain, which gradually declines (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

Persistent pressing outwards in the forehead, especially between the eyebrows (aft. 3 h.). [Htn.]

Violent outward-pressive pain in the forehead, which is removed by stooping (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

10. Twitching pressure in the left half of the brain (aft. 5 h.). [Mss.]

Violent, stupefying deep pressure in the right frontal protuberance, on coming from the cold into the warmth. [Gss.]

Stupefying pressure on the whole left side of the head and face (cheek). [Gss.]

Aching stupefying pain in the head, which affected particularly both sides of the forehead, in every position (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

Violent pressing inwards in the left side of the frontal bone, like a stupefaction. [Gss.]

15. Aching stupefying, more external pain, especially in the forehead, in all positions (aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

Severe pressure in the right side of the occipital protuberance (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Pressing pain in the occiput (aft. 1/8 h.).

A stitch in the left side of the occiput (aft. 1.1/2 h.).

Tearing pressure in the right half of the brain (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

20. More pressive than tearing pain above the left orbit (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

An intermittent pressure and fine throbbing near the left frontal protuberance. [Gss.]

A slow hammering in the left frontal protuberance (immediately). [Gss.]

In the right temple an aching pain (immediately).

Pressure in the left temple an aching pain (immediately). [Gss.]

25. Sensation as if both temples were pinched together with forceps. [Gss.]

Violent intermittent deep shooting behind left the parietal protuberance. [Gss.]

Violent, slowly occurring and slowly declining stitch in the left frontal protuberance, going outwards (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Prickling in the left frontal sinus (aft. 5 h.). [Mss.]

Stupefying, deeply penetrating shooting in the right temple, while eating, increased by external pressure; it extends as a tearing into the upper teeth of that side, after some hours. [Gss.]

30. Aching pain in the crown of the head.

Pressive, long drawing stitch through the left half of the brain, from behind forwards (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Just above the right temple, sharp, stupefying knife-stabs. [Gss.]

Deep, sharp, intermittent stitches between the left frontal protuberance and the parietal protuberance. [Gss.]

Intermittent fine needle-pricks in the right side of the forehead (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

35. Stupefying drawing in the left frontal protuberance, in a draught of air (aft. 72 h.). [Gss.]

Burning and prickling in the left temple (aft. 8 m.). [Gss.]

When walking a tingling in the head (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Mss.]

Tension on the left side of the vertex, which gradually becomes a sharp pressure, during which the left ramus of the lower jaw feels pressed against the upper jaw. [Gss.]

Shooting twitching externally, first on the left temple (aft. 1 h.), then on the right, externally. [Mss.]

40. Dull, painful heaviness in the head (aft. ¾ h.).

Heat in the eyes and feeling of contraction of the orbits (aft. ½ h.).

Dilated pupils (aft. 7.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

A myope became still more myopie (dim-sighted?); he could hardly recognise objects at a yard distance, on account of gauzy and watery dimness of vision; the objects, as they became indistinct, seemed to be imagined, and the daylight generally seemed to be diminished, though such was not the case (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Violent pressure on the right zygomatic process (aft. 36 h.). [Gss.]

45. Obtuse pressive shooting sensation on the left zygomatic arch (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Stupefying. Intermittent pressure on the upper border of the zygomatic process. [Gss.]

Tension in the left zygomatic process, in the articular projection of the temporal bone, and on the frontal protuberance, when exposed to the air and when in a draught of air. [Gss.]

Obtuse pressure on the articular projection of the temporal bone, painfully increased by biting the teeth together. [Gss.]

50. The whole cheek takes part in the obtuse pressure in the left maxillary joint and the pressure becomes a stupefying tension. [Gss.]

Sensation as if the left zygomatic process as far as the ear were violently pressed, aggravated by the pressure of the hand, frequently during the day, in the evening before going to sleep, and in the morning on awaking. [Gss.]

Sensation as if both the articular projections of the temporal bone were forcibly seized by a pair of forceps and pinched together. [Gss.]

Obtuse pressure on the articular projection of the temporal bone just in front of the left ear. [Gss.]

Tearing shooting downwards in front of the left ear (immediately).

55. Quickly occurring pressure, coming on with a severe stitch behind the right ear, which gradually went off (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

A tearing stitch in the left ear (while eating) (aft. 2 h.).

Violent tearing in the interior of the right ear. [Gss.]

Painful tearing and drawing inwards in the left ear. [Gss.]

Sensation as if the left ear were drawn inwards. [Gss.]

60. Sensation as if something had fallen before the ears first the left then the right ear. [Gss.]

He is as deaf in the left ear. [Gss.]

On reading aloud feeling as if the nose were stopped up, also the larynx and the ears, which, however, did not interfere with hearing (aft. 8 h.). [Lr.]

In front of the right ear, on the cheek, a papule, which has shooting pain when touched (aft. 24 h.).

A pressive squeezing pain on the right side of the lower jaw (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

65. Great tension in the integuments of the chin, of the masseter muscles and of the neck, during which, however, the jaws can be readily moved (aft. 10 m.). [Gss.]

On the neck, near the thyroid cartilage, a large red lump, which is painful when pressed for two or three days (aft. 2 d.).

Tearing in the large right lower molars. [Gss.]

Intermittent tearing in the small left lower molars. [Gss.]

Brownish yellow tongue, covered with viscid slime, without bad taste, immediately after dinner. [Gss.]

70. In the morning on rising and in the forenoon the root of the tongue is brown, without bad taste in the mouth. [Gss.]

Root of the tongue brown, with flat, disgustingtaste, in the forenoon. [Gss.]

Flat taste some time after a meal. [Gss.]

Flat taste, with disagreeable smell of the breath and brownish-yellow furred tongue, in the morning (aft. 96 h.). [Gss.]

(Salt water collects in his mouth.)

75. Empty eructation (immediately). [Lr.]

Much empty eructation.

Belching up of a tasteless fluid (aft. 5 m.). [Htn.]

Bitter nauseous eructation (immediately). [Mss.]

Hiccup (aft. ½ h.).

80. Frequent hiccup (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

All day hunger without appetite; he relishes nothing and yet he will eat. [Gss.]

Pressure in the stomach.

Intermittent, blunt needle-pricks on the left near the ensiform cartilage. [Gss.]

On the left near the ensiform cartilage, under the last ribs, an intermittent, benumbing, frightful cutting. [Gss.]

85. In the left side, where the ribs terminate, a deep sharp stitch, so violent that it makes him start. [Gss.]

In the region below the right ribs (hypochondrium) a shooting pinching (aft. 1/2.). [Htn.]

In the scorbiculus cordis feeling of great emptiness, which went off with a rumbling under the left ribs. [Htn.]

A tearing shooting downwards in the abdomen.

Flatulent distension of the abdomen, and thereupon repeated rumbling under the left ribs, which several times caused a loud violent eructation (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

90. Constant grumbling and rumbling under the left ribs (aft. 5 h.). [Htn.]

Gurgling in the hypogastrium (aft. ¼ h.). [Gss.]

Sharp, intermittent stitches on the left above the navel. [Gss.]

On the right near the navel intermittent blunt needle-pricks. [Gss.]

Intermittent, obtuse shooting on the left under the navel, increased by bending the body forwards, after a meal (aft. 3 h.). [Gss.]

95. When taking a deep breath and stooping forwards pricks, as from many needles, in the whole umbilical region to round about behind, and also in the dorsal vertebrae. [Gss.]

Painful deep knife-stabs on the right in the hypogastrium, above the os pubis. [Gss.]

Pinching in the abdomen, as from displaced flatulence, in every position (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

A cutting pinching in the whole abdomen, with repeated eructations. [Htn.]

Cutting pinching pain in the abdomen, sometimes in one place, sometimes in another, but always rising up towards the ribs, where it settled (aft. 3 h.). [Htn.]

100. The pain in the belly, that extended deep down, causes a spasmodic contraction of the splinter ani and a transient call to stool. [Htn.]

Painful hard pressure, as from a stone, on the navel, aggravated by bending the body forwards. [Gss.]

Sensation as if the bowels near the navel were adherent to the peritoneum and were forcibly drawn out, which was increased by external pressure [Gss.]

Constriction of the abdomen in the umbilical region at different times. [Gss.]

No stool the first day. [Mss.]

105. Scanty evacuation of fauces in small, hard bits, like sheep’s dung, with pressing (aft. 15 h.). [Lr.]

A soft stool, with urging (aft. 3 h.).

Frequent call to urinate; the urine passed in greater quantity (aft. 2 h.).

He must urinate very often and very copiously (aft. ½ h.), but after thirty-six hours uncommonly little urine is passed. [Htn.]

Frequent urging to urinate, with scanty discharge of urine (aft. 7 h.). [Lr.]

110. Nocturnal seminal emissions.

Nocturnal seminal emission, without lascivious dreams. [Lr.]

Hoarseness when reading aloud. [Lr.]

Sharp pressure just under the left nipple. [Gss.]

Under the left nipple several times a violent stitch, during inspiration, which went off slowly, whereby another deep inspiration was caused (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

115. Immediately after lying down on bed in the evening a painful tension over the chest, with stitches in the region of the heart.

Aching shooting pain in the penuitimate false rib, where is passes into cartilage, which rapidly goes off by pressure from without, but also returns immediately. [Htn.]

In the region of the first and second costal cartilages a stupefying, oppressive stitch, that takes away the breath (aft. 5 m.). [Gss.]

A very fine persistent prick in the last dorsal vertebra when sitting in a crooked posture (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

In the middle betwixt the right flank and the spine intermittent, deep, sharp knife-stabs, quite in the interior of the bowels. [Gss.]

120. Sharp, intermittent stitches in the left scapula. [Gss.]

On the top of the right shoulder a pain more pressive than tearing, which goes off by movement (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Cramp-like pressure on the left elbow extending into the forearm, in every position (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Tearing downwards in the shaft of the left ulna.

Itching on the forearm (aft. ¾ h.).

125. Tensive pain in the left wrist, when at rest and when moving (aft. 20 m.0.

Obtuse shooting in the outer knuckle of the palm. [Gss.]

Tearing shooting in the palm.

Some obtuse stitches in the joint where the carpal bone of the thumb is joined to the radious, like a kind of (paralysis or) sprain. [Gss.]

Sharp shooting in the proximal phalanx of the thumb. [Gss.]

130. Numbness and insensibility of the thumb. (From applying the juice externally.)

When moving the arms cramp-like pressure, at one time on the right, at another on the left metacarpus, which went off when at rest (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

In the thick flesh betwixt the metacarpal bone of the right thumb and that of the forefinger a violent stabbing, as with a blunt knife. [Gss.]

Itching formicating tickling on one side of the middle finger, exciting scratching (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

In the middle joint of the forefinger a violent pecking (intermittent obtuse shooting). [Gss.]

135. Cramp-like pressure on the proximal phalanx of the right thumb, which went off on moving it (aft. 7 h.). [Lr.]

Paralytic drawing in the whole left little finger (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

Paralytic pain of the left fingers, especially in the joints connecting them with the metacarpal blunt shooting in the distal phalanx of the forefinger; on moving the finger the pain extends into the proximal joint. [Gss.]

140. Pain on the outer side of the metacarpal bone of the right and left little fingers, as from a confusion – only felt on touching it. [Gss.]

On the back of the right hand a pain more pressive than tearing (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

On going up and downstairs a very great heaviness in the lower extremities, as if a weight were attached to them (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

When walking in the open air, staggering gait, as if the lower extremities could not bear the rest of the body for weakness (aft. 4 h.). [Lr.]

When crossing the right thigh over the left, a weakness and tired feeling in the bones of the right leg, which, however, he does not feel when walking (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

145.On the inner side of the right thigh a paralytic pain when the limb is drawn up in a sitting posture – when treading pain (like shooting) towards the knee. [Gss.]

Drawing aching sensation from the middle of the right thigh to the knee (when sitting)(aft. 3 h.). [Htn.]

When walking in the open air a cramp-like pain in the muscles of the right thigh (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Above the right knee an aching spasmodic pain in the muscles when sitting and standing (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

Blunt stitches just above the left patella, only when treading (aft. 24 h.). [Gss.]

150. His knees tremble as if he had had a great fright (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Sudden pain through the right knee when standing, sitting, and walking (aft. 26 h.). [Htn.]

Tearing downwards in the leg.

Cramp-like pressure on the left leg near the ankle-joint (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

Violent intermittent obtuse shooting in the metatarsal bones of the big toe and the next one on the left foot, when at rest. [Gss.]

155. When standing a cramp-like pressure on the right sole, which went off when walking. (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Weariness of the lower extremities (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Disinclination for work (aft. 8 h.). [Htn.]

Laziness and drowsiness in the morning after rising. [Gss.]

Stretching in the limbs (aft. ½ h.).

160. Frequent yawning and stretching as if he had not slept enough (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Immediately after a meal he cannot resist sleep, his eyelids close (aft.7 h.). [Mss.]

Restless sleep at night, he tossed from one side to the other. [Lr.]

Sleep only till 4 a.m., full of dreams of war and corpses, on several nights.

Slight transient coldness in the whole body, also perceptible externally on the hands and feet. [Gss.]

165. Shivering, especially on one side of the body, from the shoulders to the thighs, as of cold water were poured down them.

Unquenchable thirst (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Indifference to things at other times interesting to him (aft. 4 h.). [Mss.]

Very great crossness and surly humour, without exciting cause; at the same time, however, inclination for and urging to work; he also feels pleasure in having people about him and in talking to them (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

All day long peevish humour, but somewhat more cheerful towards the evening. [Lr.]

170. All day long faint-hearted disposition; he held all effort and hope to be useless. [Lr.]

Excessive gaeity, with laughter (aft. 24 h.). [Htn.]

Distraction; various trains of thought and fancies forced themselves upon him (aft. 8 d.).

Excitement of the imagination, especially by fancies of a voluptuous character for several days.

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VERATRUM ALBUM

(White Hellebore.)

(From vol. iii, 2nd edit., 1825.)

(The alcoholic tincture of the root of Veratrum album.)

 

Though the subjoined symptoms indicate a powerful action of this medicinal substance on the human health, a great capacity for effecting changes in it, and consequently show that we may expect great things form its suitable employment, yet the investigation of all its medicinal symptoms is so far from complete, that the following can be regarded as only a fraction of its wealth of pathogenetic effects.

In the meantime, however, I have resolved to communicate to the world what I have been able to ascertain up to the persent moment, because even this amount is capable of being usefully employed.

I might certainly have adduced the symptoms recorded by the older Greek authors in corroboration of my own, but I have refrained from doing so in order to avoid the appearance of wishing to make a display of learning.

This much is, however, certain, that the ancients could not have obtained so much reputation for their hellebore treatment at Anticyra and other places in Greece, unless they had effected much with it, and unless they had restored many sick persons to health by means of this medicinal plant.

Our modern physicians do not know how to make any good use of this valuable medicine, and indeed, do not employ it at all, as they are unable to give it in a Justa-dosis, i.e. in drachms and ounces, without killing their patients.

Consequently they must leave uncured those diseases which cannot be cured without this root.

Physicians have no notion of the power possessed by this drug to promote a cure of almost one third of the insane in lunatic asylus (at all events as a homoeopathic intermediate remedy), because they know not the peculiar kind of insanity in which to employ it, nor the does in which it should be administered in order to be efficacious and yet not injurious.

As there can be no rapid and permanent cure of dynamic diseases, unless by medicines endowed with the dynamic power of producing similar morbid states, as I have shown often enough, so we have only to make ourselves acquainted with the peculiar kinds of insanity in the following observations, regard being pain to the other symptoms, in order to know in which of the manias white hellebore root may be homoepathically employed with good effect.

We must not imitate the ancients in their doses. No doubt many of their patients were cured, but not a few succumbed to their enormous doses. For even in those times, just as nowadays, the delusion existed in the medical art that diseases depended on a morbific matter in the body, and consequently that they could not be cured without the elimination of this (imaginary) morbific matter. Hence the ancients in their treatment of chronic diseases gave their white hellebore root almost in such doses (a drachm and more of the medicine in the form if coarse sifted powder) as were capable of exciting excessive vomiting, and at last also purgation; and (blinded by the above theory) even those cases in which the patients were cured of their diseases by white hellebore, without undergoing vomiting hot purging, failed to convince them that the cures were effected in quite another way than by evacuations upwards and downwards.

It is also quite false that the patients affected with emotional and mental diseases as a rule require and bare enormous doses of medicine, as our physicians still imagine. No doubt, allopathic and unsuitably chosen drugs, even in large doses, seem to have but little effect on the grosser part of the organism and the general health of such patients. But in such diseases the general health is but little implicated, and their subjects are often very robust in that respect; as a rule, the malady has settled in the fine invisible organs of the mental and emotional spheres undiscoverable by anatomy (which serve as the medium of the purely spiritual soul by which the grosser body is ruled). These subtle organs suffer most in those diseases, it is they that are most morbidly deranged.

When unsuitable, unhomoeopathic (allopathic) drugs in large doses when administered to such patients, the more massive body assuredly suffered but little from them (it was often seen that twenty grains of tartar emetic caused no vomiting, &c.); but, on the other hand,(and this our physicians did not observe, for, as a rule, they are gifted with but small powers of observation), the mental and emotional organs were all the more severely affected; the mania or melancholia was much aggravated by such violent unsuitable remedies, sometimes even rendered incurable.

On the other hand, it is undeniably true, though not hitherto suspected, that patients suffering from mental and emotional diseases soon regained a healthy state of their mental and emotional organs, that is to say, a perfect recovery of their health and reason, by means of doses as small as those that suffice for other non-physical maladies, namely, by quite small doses, but only of the appropriate and perfectly homoeopathic medicine.

I have never found it necessary to give a dose of more than a single drop, often only a small portion of a drop, of white hellebore tincture, diluted to such an extent that one drop contains a quadrillionth of a grain of this root. This dose may, when necessary, be given to the patient without his knowledge in his ordinary drink – consequently without it being requisite to employ the slightest force, which is always prejudicial in such cases, provided the regimen is so regulated that all the conditions generally required to sustain healthy life are simultaneously enforced, and everything than can interfere with the cure, from heterogeneous medicinally-acting food and drink to moral and physical hindrances, is most carefully eschewed. This is not the place to treat this subject in greater detail.

Paroxysms of pains similar to those the white hellebore root can itself produce, and which always brought the patient for a short time into a sort of delirium and mania, often yielded to the smallest dose of the above solution.

Also in agues which consist of outward cold only, or are attended by only inward heat and dark urine, this root is often employed advantageously, especially when cold sweat of the body or, at least, of the foreheads, is present.

In several hypochondriacal affections, as also in certain kinds of inguinal hernia, it is very useful, at all events as an intermediate remedy.

Sudden, grave accidents from taking white hellebore root are most surely removed by a few cups of strong coffee. But if the predominant state is pressive pain in the head with coldness of the body and unconscious sopor, camphor is the antidote.

If an anxious, distracted state, accompanied by coldness of the body or burning sensation in the brain is present, then aconite is of service. The other chronic affections caused by the abuse of white hellebore root, e.g. a daily forenoon fever, are best relieved by small doses of cinchona bark.

Among the following symptoms of white hellebore root, some seem to belong to the secondary action (i.e. the opposite state developed in the organism after the primary action), but these can only be elucidated by repeated observation.

I have seen the positive effects of this root, even in small doses, last five days and longer.

[HAHNEMANN was assisted in this proving by BECHER, FRANZ, FRIEDRICH HAHNEMANN, STAPF, TEUTHORN.

Citations are made from the following old-school sources;

ALBERTI, Jurispr. Med., vol. vi.

ALSTON, Lectures, on the Materia Medica.

BENIVENIUS, in Schenck, viii.

BERGIUS, Mat. Med.

BORRICHIUS, Acta hafn., vi.

DESSENIUS, Composit. Medicam., lib. x.

DOBRZEWSKY, in Eph. Nat., Cur., Dec. I, ann. 2.

ETTMULLER, Op., tom. ii.

FORESTUS, P., xviii.

GALENUS, CL., Comment., v.

GESNER, CONR., Epist. Med.

GRASSIUS, S., Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec. I, ann. 4.

GREDING, Vermischte Schriften.

KALM. Nordameric resa., iii.

LEDELIUS, S., in Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. iii, ann. 1.

LENTILIUS in Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. iii, ann. 1, app.

LORRY, De Melanch., ii.

MURALTO, J. DE, in Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. ii, ann. 2.

MULLER, F., in Hufel. Journ., xii. i.

REIMANN, in Bresel. Samml. 1724.

RODDER, L. in Alberti, Med. Leg.

SCHOLZIUS, in Schenk. Lib. viii.

SMETIUS, Misc. Med.

SMYTH, in Medical Communications, vol. i.

VICAT, Plantes venen de la Suisse.

WINTER, in Bresl. Samml. 1724.

The Frag. De Vir. Gives 267 symptoms; the 1st edit 711: this 2nd edit. 716, 8 new symptoms being added to HAHNEMANN’s own observations, and 3 symptoms omitted from the “observations of others.” Many of the symptoms quoted from modern authors are given in HAHNEMANN’s thesis, On the Helleborism of the Ancients, for the purpose of comparison with the effects “white hellebore,” recorded in the works of ancient physicians, especially those of ANTYLLUS, a physician who flourished between the second and fourth centuries of our era, and who was the first writer who described the operation of tracheotomy; but, for the reason given (p. 689.), HAHNEMANN has not admitted there latter symptoms into his Materia Medica.]

 

VERATRUM ALBUM

Vertigo. [SMYTH, (Effects of tincture given for cutaneous disease.) in Medical Communications, vol. I, p. 207. – S. LEDELIUS, (Effects of infusion in wine.) in Misc. nat. Cur., Dec. iii, ann. I, obs. 65.]

Vertigo; all goes round in a circle with him (aft. 3.1/2 h.).

Vertigo; all goes round in a circle in his head. [GREDING, (Effects when administered to patients, all of whom were melancholics, maniacs, or epilepto maniacs. These do not succeed one another in regular classes as in those treated with Belladonna, Hyoscyamus and Stramonium, and hence cannot be identified as there; but all symptoms of the mind and disposition, and all spasmodic and convulsive phenomena occurring in these subjects, may safety be ascribed to their disease rather than to the drug, as its dosage was quite moderate.) Vermischte Schriften, p. 87.]

Excessive vertigo. [REIMANN, (Effects of infusion in wine.) in Bresl. Samml., 1724, p. 535.]

5. Want of ideas.

Mental work will not go on continuously; a want of ideas soon ensues. [Stf.]

Intoxication and giddiness (aft. 24 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

When walking the headache increases to giddiness, but is relieved when sitting (aft. 2 h.). [Trn.]

His reason leaves him.

10. Memory almost destroyed; he forgets the word on his tongue. [GREDING, l. c.]

His memory leaves him.

His consciousness is as if in a dream.

Mild delirium; cold on the whole body, with open eyes, cheerful, sometimes smiling countenance ; chatters about religious subjects and of vows to be fulfilled, prays, and thinks he is somewhere else than at home (aft. 1 h.).

Almost complete extinction of the senses. [VICAT, (From powder taken in soup.) Plntes venenneuses de la Suisse, p. 167.]

15. Dizzy, he feels as if there were nothing steady in his head.

In the morning very dizzy.

Dizzy continually for three days.

Stupid in the head with nausea for two days. [Fr.H-n.]

Headache with some stiffness. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

Headache with vomiting of green mucus. [GREDING, l. c.]

Headache and backache with bellyache and inclination to vomit. [GREDING, l. c., p. 85.]

Painful confusion of the head, with tensive pressure, sometimes in the temples, sometimes more in the vertex, most violent when sitting bolt upright and standing, but diminished when stooping forward and lying on the back, with rather contracted pupils. [Stf.]

Intermittent throbbing headache (aft. 6 h.).

25. Throbbing pain above the left eye, for a quarter of an hour (aft. 1 h.).

Aching throbbing pain in the head.

In the morning after waking, obtuse pressure in the crown of the head.

Pressive, semilateral, accompanied by pain in the stomach (aft. 4 h.).

Dull pressive headache, which extends from the temples to the forehead, is aggravated by lying forwards, but goes off by bending backwards and by external pressure; on the other hand, it recurs after raising himself up (aft. 3 h.). [Trn.]

30. Flat-pressing headache in the vertex, which became throbbing when moving. [Bch.]

Internal cutting in the vertex (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Single stitches in the forehead even when sitting (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

His head is very heavy and all turns round in a circle in it. [LEDELIUS, l. c.]

Humming and buzzing in the front of the forehead, with dull internal headache (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

35. Drawing pain in the head and sacrum. [GREDING, l. c., p. 87.]

Violent headache with diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 80.]

(Sensation as if a drop of water ran down on the temple, but not like a coolness.)

Extremely violent headache, which goes off on the occurrence of the menses. [GREDING, l. c., p. 81.]

Headache as if the brain were shattered.

40. By fits, pain here and there in the brain, compounded of bruised feeling and pressure.

Constrictive headache, with constrictive pain in the oesophagus.

Shock in the head and twitching in the left arm, with paleness of the fingers. [GREDING, l. c., p. 59.]

The blood rushes strongly into the head when stooping (aft. 8 h.).

Feeling of warmth and coldness at the same time on the head during which the hairs are sensitive.

45. Chilliness on the crown of the head and at the same time in the feet (aft. 1 h.).

Itching on the forehead.

Cold sweat on the forehead.

Itching, eroding, persistent prick on the hairy scalp, that compels scratching (aft. 10.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Feeling in the hair on the right side of the head as if a tuft of it were electrified, a creeping in it and as if it stood on end, with a slight shiver of the skin under that hair (aft. 5 h. and more). [Stf.]

50. During the headache a painful stiffness in the nape. [Stf.]

The pupils have a tendency to contract.

Contraction of the pupils (aft. 1.1/2 h.), with persistent contractive pain in the eyes.

Contracted pupils (immediately and aft. 6 h.). [Bch.]

Very contracted pupils in the first six hours. [Stf.]

55. Dilated pupils.

Very dilated pupils (aft. 4 h.).

Very dilated pupils (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

Enormously dilated pupils with very marked weakness of sight; he cannot recognise people even close to him, or only very slowly, at seven p.m. (aft. 8 h.). [Stf.]

Pain in the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 34.]

60. Complains of pain in both eyes and moves the hands over the head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 62.]

Aching pain in the eye with loss if appetite. (At the same time the blood has an inflammatory coat.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 58.]

After a short siesta at noon, aching in the eyelids as if from too great dryness of them, followed by watering of the eye, at noon after dinner. [Stf.]

Painful dry feeling in the upper eyelid, as if there were salt betwixt it and the eyeball, without much redness of the eye, at noon after dinner. [Stf.]

Sensation of dryness of the eyelids.

65. The eyelids are dry, especially when he has slept; they are painful as if they had been rubbed sore; they are stiff and stick together.

Excessive dryness of the eyelids.

Painful aching shooting in the upper eyelid, at the outer canthus (aft. 10 h.). [Fz.]

A kind of paralysis of the eyelids, they felt too heavy, he could hardly raise them with the greatest effort.

Fine sharp pricks in the canthi. [Fz.]

70. Internally in the coverings of the eye a pricking itching (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

The right eyeball is painful at the outer canthus as if bruised, in repeated attacks; by pressing on it ceases to be painful (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Heat in the eyes with headache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

Redness of the white of the right eye. [GREDING, l. c., p. 39.]

Painful inflammation of the eyes with excessively violent headache, on account of which he cannot sleep at night (aft. 6 d.).

75. Inflammation of the eyes with tearing pain.

Inflammation of the white of the eye with tearing pain in it.

Inflammation of the right eye. [GREDING, l. c., p. 59.]

Inflammation of the right eye with febrile heat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 36.]

Severe inflammation of the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

80. Eyes of a watery appearance, as if they were covered with albumen. [Trn.]

Blueness of the left eye with frequent eructation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 62.]

Distorted projecting eyes.

Eyes turned backwards, so that the white only can be seen, for an hour [BORRICHIUS, (Not accessi.) Acta hafn., vi, p. 145.]

Sparks before the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 35.]

85. When he rises from his seat black spots and sparks come before the eyes, on account of which he could not rise for eight hours, but must either sit or lie (aft. 3 h.). [Trn.]

Diplopia.

Feeling of weakness in the eyes.

His sight leaves him; he cannot see. [BORRICHIUS, l. c.]

Dull appearance of the eyes with blue rings round them.

90. Copious flow of water from the eyes and cutting pains with dryness and heat in them at the same time (aft. ½ h.).

Frequent flow of tears from the eyes, with redness of them, as in catarrh. (aft. 6 h.). [Bch.]

Long continued intense hot feeling in the eyes.

The eyelids stick together in sleep (aft. 2 h.).

Heat in the eyes and face with redness of the cheeks, as if a hot vapour blew on them.

95. Paleness of face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

 

Cold, distorted, death-like face.

Bluish complexion.

Dark red, hot face. [GREDING, l. c., p.p 41 and 64.]

Redness of face with great thirst and diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 42.]

100. Extraordinary redness and heat of the face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 80.]

Burning in the face and head. [CONR. GESNER, (Effects of infusion.) Epist. Med., p. 69.]

An itching here and there in the face and behind the ears, as though pimples would break out there (without perceptible redness), with feeling of excoriation behind the ears (aft. 28 h.). [Stf.]

Creeping (shuddering) itching on various parts of the face, more smarting than pricking, where upon small red papules are thrown out, with red, hard, elevated borders, and brown, subsequently yellow, purulent heads, which at first are painless, but when they become ripe, touching causes sore feeling. [Fz.]

Thick miliary eruption on the cheek, with pain in the face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 64.]

105. Copper-coloured eruption on the face, round the mouth and chin. [GREDING, l. c., p. 81.]

Swelling of the face lasting several days. [GREDING, l. c., p. 49.]

(Twitching, pinching sensation in the muscular parts of the face) (aft 3 h.).

At noon twitching in the cheek, sparks before the left eye, paleness of the face and faint feeling, then vomiting of a quantity of white froth – an attack that returns for three days. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

Drawing and tensive pain all over the right side of the chest, with flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 35.]

(Sweat in the face and in the axillae when walking.)

In the morning a pressing in the right ear (aft. 2 d.).

Single stitches deep in the left ear. [Trn.]

Aching pain in the meatus auditoriuos externus,

115. In the right ear first a sensation as from a cold breath, followed by sensation of great heat in it, then again cold feeling, and so on alternately several times (aft. 26 h.). [Stf.]

Tinnitus aurium.

Roaring in the ears like wind and storm.

When he rises up from a seat he has immediately rushing and roaring before the ears, and it is as he saw nothing but fire before the eyes, for eight hours (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

Sensation as if a skin were stretched over the ear.

120. Deafness; one or other ear is stopped up.

He complains of deafness and pains in the chest. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

(Tearing in the lobe of the ear.)

Under the right ear-lobe smarting formication and itching. [Fz.]

Sharp stitches close behind the left ear and maxilla.

125. Sensation as if the nose were too dry inwardly, such as is caused by the dust of a dry road in the nose (aft. 3 h.).

Sensation as if the nose were ulcerated inwardly.

Sensation as if compression and pressing in of the nasal bone.

Red spots on the nose. [GREDING, l. c., p. 38.]

Vesicles close together on the nose. (The day after s. 128, in the same subject.)130. (Epistaxis at night during sleep.)

130.(Epistaxis at night during sleep.)

Epistaxis form the right nostril. [GREDING, l. c., p. 58.]

A smell of dung before the nose (aft. 16 h.).

Eruption of a pimple near the angle of the mouth, at the border of the red, which is painful per se, but still more when touched.

At the left angle of the mouth vesicular eruption. [GREDING, l. c., p. 41.]

135. red eruption round the mouth and on the chin. [GREDING, l. c., p. 52.]

In the evening dry lips and mouth, not without thirst (aft. 13 h.). [Fz.]

The skin of the lips cracks.

A burning in the vermilion of the upper lip and somewhat beyond it.

Foam before the mouth.

140. On opening the jaws shooting pain in the maxillary-joint, which prevents him depressing the lower jaw sufficiently (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

Closed jaws.

When eating all the muscles of the lower jaw are painful, as if bruised, so that he must cease chewing. [Trn.]

Obtuse pressure in the muscles of the left side of the jaw, like a strong pressure with a blunt piece of wood.

In the lower jaw a painful little lump, in which touching first causes a contractive pain, it then becomes a pustule with inflamed areola. [Fz.]

145. Anteriorly on the lower jaw a sore pain per se (aft. 9 h.). [Fz.]

Pain in the submaxillary glands, as if they were pinched (aft. 3 h.).

The glands of the left lower jaw swell; at the same time sore throat, especially on the left side, which when swallowing causes a kind of choking and constriction of the fauces, lasting a short time after swallowing (aft. 1 h.). [Bch.]

Drawing and pressure on the left side of the neck. [Fz.]

Grinding of the teeth. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

150. Looseness of the teeth.

Swelling of the gums and lower jaw. [GREDING, l. c., p. 56.]

Violent toothache and headache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 69.]

First toothache, then swollen red face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

During the toothache and inflammation of the tonsils great weakness. [GREDING, l. c., p. 69.]

155. In the left upper molars toothache compounded of aching and heaviness, as if they were filled with lead. [Fz.]

Toothache, first pressive, then, when chewing, ending in drawing radiating into the roots of the teeth, even when he merely takes something soft between the teeth. [Fz.]

Stammering. [S. GRASSIUS,(Effects of root taken medicinally. – This symptom temporary only.) Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. I, ann. 4, p. 93.]

He cannot speak.

Speechlessness. [RODDER, (Not accessible.) in Alberti, Med. Leg., obs. 15.]

160. Burning on the tongue and in the oesophagus. [GESNER, l. c.]

Burning in the mouth, as if it were rubbed with pepper, yet it is not dry (aft. 1 h.). [Stf.]

Burning in the throat. [BERGIUS, (Statement.) Mat. Med., p. 872.]

Inflammation of the inside of the mouth. [GREDING, l. c., p. 36.]

At the back of the mouth and fauces a warmish sensation. [Fz.]

165. After the nausea, first pain in the mouth then great inflammation of the mouth, lastly, very red swollen tongue. [GREDING, l. c., p. 31.]

Dryness in the mouth, on the palate, and thirst for water. [Bch.]

Sticky and dry in the mouth, without particular thirst. [Stf.]

In the morning, after waking and rising, for an hour, extremely tiresome sensation of dryness in the mouth and stickiness, without thirst, which is but slightly relieved even after rinsing out the mouth (aft. 20 h.). [Stf.]

Wateriness alternating with dryness and stickiness in the mouth (aft. 24 h.). [Stf.]

170. Much tasteless water collects in the mouth. [Stf.]

Saliva runs incessantly out of the mouth, like waterbrash.

Flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 35 and 45.]

Flow of viscid saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 40.]

A numb sensation on the palate, as if a burnt place had healed and were covered with thick epidermis, or as if the palate were covered by the skin of a plum.

175. A quantity of water comes suddenly into the throat (water-brash), which he cannot swallow quick enough, and on account of its getting into the windpipe he often chokes (aft. 12.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Something very cold rises up in the oesophagus (also a part far warm, sweetish-salt tasting. Slimy fluid is belched up (water-brash), whereupon the coldness in the oesophagus and palate ceases for a few moments, but comes back again (aft. 24 h.). [Stf.]

Increased flow of saliva, with pungent salt taste in the mouth and on the tongue, and great heat in the palm of the hand and in the scrobiculus cordis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 82.]

Flow of mucu from the mouth towards noon. [GREDING, l. c., p. 71.]

Drawing pain in the throat, thirst, and bellyache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 87.]

180. Spasmodic constriction and choking in the oesophagus, as though he had eaten an unripe or wild pear.

Narrowing of the oesophagus as from a tumour pressing on it.

Burning in the throat.

Scrapy feeling in the throat.

Roughness in the throat.

185. Dryness in the throat, which cannot be removed by drinking (aft. 6 h.).

Swelling of the oesophagus. (Not found.).

Swelling of the oesophagus with feeling as if he should choke. [GESNER, l. c.]

Hiccup.

Hiccup. [SMITH, l. c. – J. DE MURALTO, Misc. nat. Cur., Dec. ii, ann. 2, p. 240.]

190. Hiccup for half an hour. [GESNER, l. c.]

Long continued hiccup. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

Hiccup in the morning when smoking tobacco to which he is accustomed (aft. 24 h.).

In the chest he feels so full that he must always eructate, without nausea. [Fz.]

Empty eructation (immediately).

195. (Eructation, even when fasting; sour eructation in the afternoon.)

Bitter eructation.

Empty eructation in the evening after lying down in bed, followed by a scratchy, scrapy feeling in the larynx, almost like after heartburn (aft. 12 h.).

(Eructation with the taste of food.)

Frequent movement as though to eructate. [GREDING, l. c., p. 31.]

200. Forcible eructation, mostly of air (aft. 6.3/4 h.). [Stf.]

After eating empty eructation of air. [Trn.]

After frequent eructation copious ejection of mucus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 49.]

Constant sick eructation with very violent cough. [GREDING, l. c., p. 86.]

Voracious hunger. (Not found here.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 36.]

205. Voracious hunger, (GREDING adds “insatiable.”) without thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 69.]

Along with hunger great thirst. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 39 and 69.]

Diminished taste; a pappy taste in the mouth (aft. ¼ h.).

(Constant sour taste in the mouth with great accumulation of watery saliva.)

Tasteless saliva, want of taste in the mouth.

210. Taste and coolness in the mouth and thirst, as from pepperment drops.

Putrid herbaceous taste in the mouth almost like butter-burn (tussilago petasites) (aft. 3 h.).

Pungent pepperment taste in the throat, with sensation as of heat rising up from the oesophagus into the mouth, which persists and is accompanied by nausea with inclination to vomit.

Foul taste in the mouth like dung.

At noon no appetite for warm food, but all the more for fruit. [Bch.]

215. Longing only for cold food, herrings, sardines, fruit. [Bch.]

Appetite for fruit.

Longing for lemon-juice.

Longing for sour things.

Persistent, very eager longing for sour gherkins. [Fr.H-n.]

220. No appetite or hunger; he did not relish what he ate. [Trn.]

Aversion to warm food, and when he ate it he did not relish it, though he had not eaten for a long time; whereas he had longing for fruit.

Drinking is followed by shivering and goose-skin. [Fz.]

Along with hunger and thirst diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

He is very qualmish, he would like to eat something but has no appetite for food. [Stf.]

225. He eats a great deal, but complains notwithstanding of hunger and emptiness of the stomach. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

Qualmishness in the scrobiculus cordis. [Stf.]

Nausea. [SMYTH, l. c.]

Whilst eating nausea with hunger and pressure in the region of the stomach, which goes of immediately to vomit, which went off after eating meat at noon (aft. 12 h.).

230. Great nausea before the vomiting.

Constant nausea and flow of saliva, with good appetite and thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 66.]

Inclination to vomit with taste of bile in the mouth.

Great nausea with much thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

Great nausea with profuse flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 54, 55, 56, 59, 63.]

235. Nausea with great thirst and diuresis, for three days. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

Great nausea, with red, perspiring face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 56.]

Inclination to vomit and hoarseness, much cough. [GREDING, l. c., p. 85.]

Inclination to vomit, during which froth runs out of his mouth. [GREDING, l. c., p. 80.]

Inclination to vomit, with lock-jaw (trismus). [GREDING, l. c., p. 82.]

240. Inclination to vomit, with flow of saliva and lock-jaw. [GREDING, l. c., p. 83.]

Extreme irritation to vomit almost to fainting. [GREDING, l. c., p.68.]

Vomiting. [SMYTH, l. c. – MURALTO, l. c. – GREDING, l. c. – (immediately) LEDELIUS, l. c.]

Vomiting of food. [GREDING, l. c., p. 39.]

Two attacks of vomiting, each time vomiting three or four times; in the intervals of half a quarter of an hour between the attacks of vomiting, the nausea persisted; the vomited matter smelt sour. (The vomiting was allayed by drinking cold milk, but there occurred afterwards in bed a very severe chill.)

245. Vomiting of the food with green slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 34.]

Vomiting of all food and long sleep. [GREDING, l. c., p. 77.]

Vomiting of the ingesta with slime and green matter. [GREDING, l. c., p. 32.]

Vomiting of green slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 37.]

Vomiting of green slime and then of a quantity of froth then of yellowish-green, sour smelling slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

Nocturnal vomiting of very viscid slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 56.]

Vomiting of white slime, with good appetite. [GREDING, l. c., p. 68.]

255. During vomiting of dark green slime and diarrhoea he has appetite for food and drink. [GREDING, l. c., p. 80.]

Vomiting of greenish-black slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 40.]

Black vomit. [ALSTON, (Statement, – This symptom occurred when the drug was administered to maniacs and melancholics.)

First vomiting of bile then of very viscid mucus.

260. He vomits first bile then black bile, lastly, blood. [BENIVENIUS, (Observation of poisoning.) in Schenck, viii, obs. 174.]

Cholera. [CL. GALENUS, (Statement.) Comment, v, Aphor. 1. – P. FORESTUS, (Observation of poisoning.) xviii, obs. 44. – REIMANN, l. c.]

Violent, enormous vomiting, [ETTMULLER, (Effects of root taken medicinally.) Op. tom. ii, pt. ii, p. 435. – VICAT, l. c. – FORESTUS, l. c. – LORRY, (Effects of cooked root.) De Melanch., ll, p. 312. – LENTILIUS, (Effects of infusion in wine.) Misc. nat. Cur., Dec. iii, ann. 1, app.]

Each time before vomiting shivering all over the body.

At the very commencement of the vomiting he must lie down, and at the termination of it he is so weakened, the femora seem as of they would escape from the hip-joints.

265. Before the vomiting cold hands; after the vomiting hot hands with ebullition of the blood. [GREDING, l. c., p. 83.]

Vomiting with heat of the body. [GREDING, l. c., p. 40.]

Distension of the abdomen. [REIMANN, l. c.]

Distension of the abdomen with flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 82.]

Swelling of the abdomen, with bellyache and emission of flatus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 85.]

270. Loud rumbling in the abdomen. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 50 and 56.]

Bellyache with loud rumbling. [GREDING, l. ., p. 39.]

Painless grumbling in the abdomen, as from flatulence (aft. ¾ h.). [Stf.]

In the abdomen flatulent grumbling and pinching; rare and scanty flatus is also discharged. [Stf.]

Discharge of flatus (aft. 7 h.). [Stf.]

275. Rumbling in the abdomen as if he had diarrhoea, during which flatus is often expelled (aft. 6 h.). [Trn.]

Cardialgia. [REIMANN, l. c.]

Pressure in the stomach.

Pressure in the stomach. [GREDING, l. ., pp. 71 and 78.]

Burning (incendium) in the region of the scrobiculus cordis. [MURALTO, l. c.]

280. Squeezing pain in the scrobiculus cordis, more when walking.

Pain in the stomach as from voracious hunger.

Violent pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, which extends into the sternum, hypochondria, and ossa ilii (aft. 8 h.).

Complain of stomachache, and yet he eats, drinks, and sleeps much. [GREDING, l. c., p. 78.]

Pains in the stomach and bowels. [LORRY, l. c.]

285. (Feeling of weakness of the stomach with inward coldness in the region of the stomach and slight pressure.)

After a moderate meal when walking shooting in the region of the spleen (aft. 24 h.).

Tensive pain in the hypochondria, as from flatulence.

About the scrobiculus cordis aching and drawing pains.

Pain in the hypochondria and chest on of inability to get rid of the flatus.

290. In the afternoon, shortly after eating, pinching in the belly, sometimes below sometimes above the navel, which went into a different place when sitting to what it did when walking, aid vice versa. [bch.]

Bellyache, thirst and diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 63.]

Nocturnal bellyache with sleeplessness. [GREDING, l. c., p. 54.]

Pain in the umbilical region. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 44 and 77.]

Soon after eating cutting shooting pain in the hypogastrium (aft. 29 h.). [Fz.]

295. Cutting pains in the umbilical region, with diuresis and thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 70.]

Sometimes shooting pain in the belly, sometimes shooting pains here and there on the body, with a smarting as if from pepper in the throat. [BERGIUS, l. c.]

During the whole morning an aching, obtuse pain, as if bruised in the bowels in the pubic region, at the same in the left groin a sensation as though a hernia would occur there, chiefly when sitting. [Stf.]

Dull bellyache from distension and tension of the abdomen by flatulence, as if the bowels were constipated, with restlessness.

Without much tension of the abdomen or pain when touched, pain round the navel as from flatulence (aft. 6 h.). [Stf.]

300. Pain in the abdomen now in one place then in another as if knives were cutting into it (immediately).

Twitching in the abdominal muscles, with not disagreeable warmth in the chest (aft. ½ h.).

Pinching in the abdomen, as in diarrhoea, but without call to stool (aft. 2 h.). [Trn.]

In the evening when walking drawing aching pain in the belly. [Fz.]

Pain in the belly from the back forwards to the navel. [GREDING, l. c., p. 50.]

305. Drawing tearing pain in the hypogastrium, chiefly above the os pubis, for a minute at a time (aft. 1 h.).

Cutting pains in the belly (aft. 12 h.).

Very early in the morning (about 4 o’clock) cutting pains in the belly with diarrhoea.

Flatulent colic, which attacks the bowels here and there and the whole abdomen; the longer the flatus is retained the more difficult as it to be expelled (from 6 to 12 h.).

The bowels are painful as if bruised when the flatus delays to come away.

310. Painful pressure in the caecal region, as from spasmodically incarcerated flatulence (aft. 1 h.).

Frequent discharge of flatus (the first hours).

Wind is forcibly discharged upwards and downwards.

Attempts at protrusion of an inguinal hernia.

Movement as if a hernia would become strangulated.

315. When coughing stitches occur which dart out from the abdomen through the inguinal ring along the spermatic cord (aft. 3 h.).

After drawing pinching pain in the belly there occurs discharge of flatus and a stool of viscid faeces, that is very adherent to the rectum. [Fz.]

Frequent sensation in the abdomen as though diarrhoea would ensue, but without urging to stool; only a kind of qualmishness and rumbling in the abdomen. [Stf.]

A feeling of want to go to stool and urging to stool in the upper part of the abdomen, and yet the stool is only evacuated with difficulty or not at all, as if on account of inactivity of the rectum, and as though it took no part in the persistaltic motion of the rest of the bowels (aft. 4, 15 h.).

In the morning after waking in bed, sudden (pinching?) pain in the belly, and immediately afterwards urging to evacuate; during the bellyache he passed yellowish-green, pappy faeces, the latter portion of which consisted half of mucus; even after the evacuation the urging remained behind a sensation in the bowels above the pubes as if they were bruised, and a squeamush sensation in the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 20 h.). [Stf.]

320. Along with flatus some thin faeces pass unobserved (aft. 4, 16 h.).

After dinner flatus is discharged unobserved with fluid stool; then diarrhoea of acrid faeces with tenesmus (aft. 1 h.).

Excessive evacuations. [RODDER, l. c.]

Very frequent and painful diarrhoea. [LEDELIUS, l. c.]

Frequent and violent diarrhoeic stools (immediately). [BENIVENIUS, l. c.]

325. Quick often stools (the first hours).

Too soft stool. [Fr.H-n.]

Diarrhoea. [LENTILIUS, l. c.]

Diarrhoea with profuse perspiration. [GREDING, l. c., p. 56.]

Before stool a sensation deep in the hypogastrium as if syncope were about to ensue.

330. Before stool a twisting in the abdomen and back, preceded by great exhaustion, after stool stronger and lighter.

During the evacuation of the bowels an anxiety with dread of apoplexy.

Diarrhoea with pains during and after the stool.

During the frequent stools chilliness and shivering. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

During the evacuation of the bowels extraordinary exhaustion. [GREDING, l. c., p. 44.]

335. He becomes pale in the face during the stool. (Should be “during the frequent stools,” as in S. 333.][GREDING, l. c., p. 40.]

During the diarrhoea appetite for food and drink. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

Violent, bloody diarrhoea. [ETTMULLER, l. c. – DESSENIUS, (Not accessible.) Composit. Medicam. Lib. x, p. 422.]

A diarrhoeic stool (aft. 12 h.). [Bch.]

Stool, the first part of which is of large size, but the remainder comes away in thin strips, but of proper consistence and colour. [Stf.]

340. The excrements are acrid (aft. 12 h.).

Constiveness, constipation on account of hardness and large size of the faeces (aft. 3, 14 h.).

The first day constipation. [Trn.]

During the costiveness diuresis. (Not found.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 28.]

During the costiveness heat and pain in the head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 44.]

345. Long-continued constipation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

All the evacuations are suppressed. (For some days, from an excessively large dose.)

During the evacuations profuse cold sweat on the forehead. [ALBERTI, (This sixth volume not accessible.) Jurisc. Med., t, vi., p. 718.]

Burning in the anus during the stool (aft. 12 h.).

A burning in the anus during the stool. [GREDING, l. c., p. 36.]

350. (Sore pain at the anus.) [Stf.]

Pressing upon he anus, with blind piles.

Blind piles (aft. 10 h.).

Aching pain the bladder, and burning when urinating. [GREDING, l. ., p. 55.]

Burning in the fore part of the urethra during micturition (aft. 3 h.). [Trn.]

355. Scalding urine.

Acridity of the urine.

Stitch in the orifice of the urethra after micturition.

Pinching pain in the urethra when not urinating.

Pain in the urethra as if it were constricted behind the glans penis, accompanied by urging to urinate, ineffectual because the bladder was empty (aft. 24 h.).

360. Involuntary micturition. [GREDING, l. c., p. 31.]

During the flow of urine loud rumbling in the belly. [GREDING, l. c., p. 51.]

Diuresis. [KALM, (Statement. (ii, 93, of English translation.) Resa til Norra America, iii, p. 49.]

Diuresis with severe coryza. [GREDING, l. c.]

The scanty urine is yellow and turbid, even when first passed (aft. 24 h.).

365. Excoriation of the prepuce.

Drawing pain in the testicles.

Erections of the penis.

Greater feeling and sensitiveness of the genital organs (aft. 12, 15 h.).

Copious menses. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

370. The long-absent menses return at the new moon.

The menses that had been suppressed many years reappear. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 51, 80.]

Before the catmanenia epistaxis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 59.]

The catamenia return too soon, on the thirteenth and ninth days. [GREDING, l. c.]

Small pimples on the right labium, before the menses. [GREDING, l. c.]

375. Before the menses (towards noon) vertigo (In original, “drehen im Kopfe.”) and (at night) sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 70.]

During the flow of the menses (which had remained absent six weeks) headache (tearing?), especially in the morning, with inclination to vomit; in the evening the headache is relieved.

During the catamenia roaring in the ears, pain in all the limbs, and great thirst. (Not found.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 81.]

Towards the end of the menstrual flux grinding of the teeth and bluish face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

Dryness and heat in the nose as in stuffed coryza (aft. 6 h.). [Stf.]

380. Coryza (aft. 8 h.).

Violent, very frequent sneezing. [MURALTO, l. c.]

Catarrh on the chest, without actual (involuntary) cough; the viscid mucus be brought by hacking cough (aft. 8 h.).

Violent palpitation of the heart which pushes the ribs out; the heart beats very high and pushes the hand away, without pain.

Palpitation of the heart with anxiety, and quicker audible respiration. [Bch.]

385. Excessive anxiety that takes away the breath.

Oppression of the chest after a burning in the throat and a gnawing pain in the stomach. [BERGIUS, l. c.]

Tightness of the chest and difficult respiration, even when sitting, and at the same time headache. [Bch.]

 

Tightness of the chest: he cannot draw in sufficient breath on account of narrowing of the air tubes by viscid, dense mucus (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

On the slightest movement, even in the house, short breath (a kind of oppression of the chest), which only goes off on sitting quite silent and motionless.

390. Extremely laboured and difficult respiration. [BENIVENIUS, l. c.]

Spasmodic contraction of the intercostal muscles towards the left side, which hinders breathing (aft. 3 h.).

Painful constriction of the chest.

Soft pressure on the chest, when standing, and tightness of the chest (aft. 11.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

When walking tightness of the chest and pressing in it as from fulness, so that his breath fails him. [Fz.]

395. It takes away his breath.

It takes away his breath. [FOREST, l. c.]

Almost completely extinct, unnoticeable breathing.

They were in danger of suffocation, so tight as their breath. [L. SCHOLZIUS, (Observation of poisoning.) in Schenk, lib. viii, obs. 178.]

Constriction of the larynx. [MURALTO, l. c. – WINTER, (Observation.) in Breslauer Sammlung, 1724, p. 267.]

400. Suffocative constriction of the larynx. [REIMANN, – LORRY, l. c.]

Spasmodic constriction of the larynx, with contracted pupils.

Attacks of constriction of the larynx, suffocative attacks, with protruding eyes (aft. ½ h.).

Scrapy feeling in the throat like cattarh.

Pulsating pressure, as with a blunt point, on the left side of the chest, in the region of the fourth rib; on touching the part there was sore pain and as if festering. [Fz.]

405. Attacks of anxiety at the heart, which then beats very strongly, and with a feeling as if it were very warm (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

In the left side of the chest contractive pain, like cramp, periodically recurring (immediately).

Frequent oppression on the chest, and on breathing a pain in the side, especially in the morning on rising (aft. 5 d.).

Squeezing pain in the region of the sternum, more after drinking than after eating.

A pressive pain in the region of the sternum after eating and drinking.

410. Pressure in the region of the sternum (aft. 2 h.).

A pressure ending in stitch under the last right rib, worst when breathing (aft. 24 h.).

Cutting pain in the chest (aft. 15 h.).

Pain under the ribs, especially during expiration.

Some attacks during the day of shooting pain in the right side of the chest that interrupts respiration.

415. In the left side of the chest, on a small spot, a pricking throbbing pain (aft. 5 h.).

Stitches in the right side. [GREDING, l. c., p. 32.]

Pain in the side with pains in the region of the stomach. [GREDING, l. c., p. 53.]

Pain in all the ribs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 31.]

Pain in the side, in the breasts and thighs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 54.]

420. Sharp, slow stitches near the nipple, that at last itch. [Fz.]

Pain in the left side of the chest, then in the back. [GREDING, l. c., p. 54.]

Frequently recurring chest pains. [GREDING, l. c., p. 44.]

A painful rhytmical pressure in the upper part of the sternum. [Bch.]

Grasping pain in the right side of the chest (aft. 20 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

425. Pain in the chest with dry cough. [GREDING, l. c., p. 42.]

Tickling quite low down in the air tubes, causing cough, with slight expectoration (aft. 1, 6 h.).

Dry short cough, excited by a tickle in the lowest part of the sternum (immediately).

Tickle quite low down in the ramifications of the air tubes, causing cough, without expectoration (aft. 24 h.).

During the cough oppression in the chest.

430. Along with almost dry cough, pain in the side and headache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 85.]

During the cough pain in the left side, with weakness and dyspnoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 35.]

In the evening deep, hollow cough, each time of three to four impulses, which seemed to come from the abdomen. [Bch.]

Hollow cough with long impulses, and cutting pain in the abdomen (aft. 6 h.). [Bch.]

Tickle on the chest as though to cough, in the middle of the sternum (aft. ½ and 1 h.). [Bch.]

435. In the evening severe cough, for three hours with flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 42.]

At night hoarse, dry cough. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

At night and in the morning severe dry cough. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

After dry cough frequent expectoration. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

Cough and copious expectoration, with blueness (In original, “schwarz.”) of the face and involuntary micturition. [GREDING, l. c., p. 85.]

440. Heaviness of the head in the nape; the cervical muscles cannot support the head.

The muscles of the nape are as if paralysed.

Rheumatic stiffness of the nape, which causes vertigo, especially when moving.

Round about the neck and on the chest a pricking as from stinging-nettles, which is allayed by stroking with the hand (with redness and miliary eruption on the skin, only observable on passing the hand over it).

Pain outwardly on the neck, as if the skin were excoriated there.

445. Burning in the region of the scapulae. [GESNER, l. c.]

Pain from the scapulae all over the back, with diuresis, thirst, and costiveness. [GREDING, l. c., p. 53.]

Oppression between the scapulae, also when sitting; on turning the pain becomes decidedly tugging.

Rheumatic pain, left when moving, betwixt the scapulae and from the nape to the sacrum; it is particularly severe when going to stool.

Violent pressure on the scapulae, as if they were bruised and contused.

450. After (“after” should be “before.”) pains in the back pain in the umbilical region. [GREDING, l. c., p. 80.]

When stooping and raising himself up again aching pain in the back, and as if it were broken, in the morning. [Fz.]

The spine is painful when walking, and afterwards a drawing aching, as if bruised; this pain is removed by pressure (aft. 11 h.). [Fz.]

Pain in the loins. [GREDING, l. ., p. 54.]

Pain in the loins and gouty tearing pains in the inferior extremities. [GREDING, l. c., p. 49.]

455. After rising from a seat when moving a paralytic and bruised pain in the joint of the sacrum and knee.

Pain in the sacrum when walking on a level, not when sitting (in the morning).

When stooping there occurred in the sacrum a stitch which lasted a long time.

When standing an aching pain in the sacrum.

When stooping, as well as when rising up, the sacrum on its left side is painful as if bruised. [Fz.]

460. Intermittent stitches on the coccyx when standing, more itching than shooting. [Fz.]

On the shoulder a cutting pain like a single cut.

Single stitches in the left shoulder-joint, even when at rest (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

In the right axilla a slight indescribable pain. [Stf.]

Gouty pain in the deltoid muscle of the upper arm and in the knee.

465. The arms are affected with paralytic pain, as if bruised; he can only raise them up and keep them up with pain and effort.

Twitchings in both arms. [GREDING, l. c., p. 71.]

Paralytic bruised pain of the left upper arm on stretching it out.

Feeling of coldness of the arms on raising them up.

Sensation in the arm as if it were too full and swollen.

470. In the middle of the left humorous a down-drawing pain, as if sore from lying on it (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

On flexing the elbow drawing pain in the bend of it; it feels to him to be swollen and as if he could not bend it perfectly in consequence; at the same time a paralysed feeling in the arm (aft. 15 h.). [Fz.]

Pain in the middle of the left forearm, as if the bone were pressed.

Trembling in the arm when grasping anything with the hand.

Twitching in the right wrist and further up towards the elbow.

475. (A dry tetter on the hand between the thumb and forefinger.)

An eroding itching on the inner side of the wrist (. 24 h.).

Formication in the hands and fingers.

Formication in the hand as if it had been asleep.

Formication in the fingers causing anxiety.

480. Dying away, going to sleep of the fingers (aft. 1 h.).

Th second row of the bone shafts of the fingers is painful on grasping anything (aft. 20 h.).

Red painless pimples on the backs of the fingers between the second and third joints (aft. 20 h.).

Tensive pain in the middle finger on moving it (aft. 20 h.).

Pain in the thumb-joint as if dislocated.

485. Burning itching pain in the first phalanx of the little finger, as if it were frost-bitten.

In the upper part of the glutei muscles a cramp-like drawing when standing. [Fz.]

Very great difficulty of walking, like paralysis, first of the right, then also of the left hip-joint.

The thighs and hips seem as if they would break down and are painful as if paralysed.

Weakness almost only on the thighs and knees.

490. Visible pulsating twitching of the large outer femoral muscle when sitting and standing; this muscle rose up in a painless pulsating manner, and sank down in a similar way, recurring immediately after walking (aft. 9 h.). [Fz.]

In the muscles of the thigh rheumatic drawing pain when standing (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Cramp-like pressive pain in the thigh to in the calf when he supports himself less on that leg when standing (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

The thighs are painful when sitting, as of broken (aft. 8 h.). [Fz.]

Tension in the houghs when standing and walking as if they were too short.

495. When standing spasmodic drawing pain from the hough up into the right thigh (aft. 12 h.). [Fz.]

On the outer side of the knee-joint a cold, sore sensation. [Fz.]

Cracking in the knee.

A cutting pain as if with a knife on the knee, transient, a single cut.

(Shooting in the knee and ankle)(aft. 5 d.).

500. Drawing in the knees sometimes, when standing, walking, and sitting.

Bruised pain in the knees when going downstairs (aft. 4 h.).

Painful twitching in the right knee.

Single, visible, high raising up of the knee when sitting (in the afternoon), once every quarter and half hour, without pains; he started every time it occurred; it ceased on lying down in the evening.

Sensation like electric shocks, followed by bruised pain in the knee and elbow.

505. Pains in the legs, especially the knees, as from extreme weariness, as if large stones were fastened to them; in order to get relief he must lay them first in one place then in another (aft. 48 h.).

Pain on treading immediately under the knee in the bone, as if it had been broken and was not yet quite firm.

A downward tearing pain in the tibia.

His tibia burn in the evening as though they emerged from great cold (aft. 14 h.). [Fz.]

Heavy pain of the legs as from fatigue.

510. A formication in the legs up to the knee, a painful swarming in them.

Heavy pain of the legs, as if paralysis impended, in the morning.

Cramp in the calves.

In the calf smarting itching and formicating sensation when standing (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Pain in the calves and tibia, as if they would break down.

515. Pressure on the ankle, as if the bone were actually touched and pressed, momentarily (aft. 8 d.).

Painful drawing transversely through the joints of the foot when sitting (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

A burning in the ankle.

The ankle joints are painful when walking as if sprained, after having, while sitting, stretched the feet so far behind him that they came to rest on the backs of the toes, in the evening (aft. 15 h.). [Fz.]

The feet swell quickly and after a few hours again become thin.

520. Twitchings in quick succession in the weak foot when standing but nit when walking (aft. 3 d.).

Coldness in the feet, as if cold water were running about in them, with trembling.

When walking a tensive pain in the extensor tendons of the toes.

Short shooting pains on the toes of the right foot …..

Shooting pains in the big toe (aft. 5 h.).

525. Brings on a return of the podagra.

Almost burning itching deep in the lower part of the left heel (after 2 h.).

When sitting a violent prick in a corn on the left foot (aft. 14 h.). [Fz.]

Sore pain in the corn when he raises himself up so that he comes to stand only on his toes, in the evening (aft. 15 h.). [Fz.]

Tottering gait.

530. When walking he feels a clumsiness and heaviness in the feet and knees. [Stf.]

His arms and legs always feel as if gone to sleep, even when lying (aft. 8 h.). [Trn.]

Painful paralysis, as from over-exertion in the upper and lower extremities, only when moving; he can scarcely drag himself along.

Heat and formication in the whole body to the tips of fingers and toes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 83.]

An itching on the arms and legs, as though an eruption would break out, but without redness (aft. 2 h.). [Stf.]

535. Eroding itching on the skin (aft. 12 h.).

An itching apparently in the bones.

Desquamation of the skin. [EMETIUS, (Observation, – after but slight vomiting and purging.) Misc. Med., p. 265.]

Cutaneous eruption like the itch.

In several places (spots) agglomerated painful papules.

540. Miliary rash, which when he becomes warm, even during the day, itches (only in the region of the joints?); after scratching the places burn, and wheals arise, as from stinging-nettles.

Burning sensation. (With S. 33.) [KALM, l. c.]

Pain in the muscular parts of the body, compounded of aching and bruised feeling.

Sensation in the bones as if they were bruised (aft. 2 h.).

Flying stitches here and there on the body.

545. Drawing pain in the limbs.

When walking quickly drawing pain in the limbs, which goes off on walking farther.

When sitting tearing pain in the extensor muscles.

(Pain in the limbs on which he lies, as if the bed were as hard as stone.)

Stiffness of the limbs, especially in the forenoon, and after standing.

550. The limbs go to sleep.

Pain of all the limbs, as though they were exhausted by excessive fatigue.

Extension (tension) of the limbs. (With S. 33.) [LEDELIUS, l. c.]

In the limbs spasmodic drawing up ver the joints when moving (aft. 10, 12 h.). [Fz.]

Twitchings in the limbs and profuse perspiration; then headache, vertigo, and great drinking. [GREDING, l. c., p. 71.]

555. Spasm, convulsions. [MURALTO, – WINTER, – RODDER, – LEDELIUS, – LORRY, l. c.]

Epileptic spasms. (General spasms seem hardly ever to caused by veratrum, except just before death, and seem to be an antagonism of nature indicative of its powerlessness. )

Trembling of the whole body.

Trembling in all the limbs, horrible cardiac anxiety, and tendency to syncope. [ALBERTI, l. c.]

Desire to lie down.

560. The open air affects him greatly, just as the open air affects and oppresses a person recovering from an acute disease.

Tendency to perspire at every movement.

Exhaustion in all the limbs.

Exhaustion all over the body as though he had walked too far (aft. 2 h.). [Trn.]

Exhaustion as though the air were too hot.

565. Long-continued weakness.

Prostration and weakness of the whole body, especially of the arms and hands, so that it was impossible for him to hold out a not heavy book before him. [Bch.]

In the morning drowsy exhaustion, which prevents him rising from bed.

He cannot stand up for eight hours, but must either sit or lie; if he stands up he is tortured by horrible anxiety, during which the forehead is covered by cold sweat, and he becomes sick to vomiting (aft. 3 h.). [Trn.]

When lying the exhaustion was not relieved, but all the other sufferings were, and they recurred only when he stood up; when sitting they went off, the headache alone remained. [Trn.]

570. Extreme weakness. (Iron seemed to remove this.)

Extreme weakness. (Smyth says, “especially in lower extremities.”) [BENIVENIUS, – SMYTH, – VICAT, l. c.]

The strength gives way, he sinks together.

Paralytic sinking of the strength.

Rapid sinking of all the strength, which invited to sleep, in the forenoon.

575. Slow movement of the body.

Relaxation of the muscles.

He dreads an attack of syncope. [LORRY, l. c.]

Syncope.

Syncope. [FOREST, l. c.]

580. Apoplexy. [DOBERZEWSKY, (Effects of root taken medicinally – By this term the resimply means unconsciousness which supervened upon much vomiting and purging.)

Imperceptible pulse. [RODDER, l. c.]

Pulse very slow and almost extinguished (aft. 4 and more h.).

The pulse of ordinary rapidity, but quite weak and almost imperceptible (aft. 8 h.). [Bch.]

585. Yawning.

After the midday nap yawning and stretching. [Stf.]

Yawning, often so violent that it caused a roaring in the ears. [Bch.]

Repeated yawning and stretching, with weakness and bruised feeling in the joints, as though he had not slept enough (in the morning). [Fz.]

General powerlessness of the body as though he had not slept enough, with liveliness of the mind (in the morning). [Fz.]

590. On account of excessive liveliness of the mind he could not get to sleep before midnight, for two successive nights; at the same time an intolerable feeling of heat in bed (he endeavoured to throw off the clothes) with restless tossing about. [Stf.]

He is late of falling asleep. [Stf.]

Long, uninterrupted sleep.[GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

(Too profound sleep.)

Sleep for three days, even during the epileptic fits. (In an epileptic patient.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 32.]

595. Tranquil sleep, with thirst and diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 49.]

Stupefied sleep, waking sopor.

Waking sopor; one eye remains open, the other is closed or half closed, and he often starts, as if from affright (aft. ½ h.).

(After going to bed, in the evening, almost until midnight, anxiety and, during waking sopor, drawing movements in the abdomen, which cause roaring in the head.)

Drowsiness with starting in affright, which prevents him sleeping; afterwards febrile symptoms.

600. He fell asleep he lays his arms over his head (the first hours).

Moaning in sleep.

Sleep interrupted by anxiety and emotional disturbance, with complaints that the blood in all his blood-vessels, especially in the head, was burning, and spasm rose from the chest to the throat, with particular heat of the head and hands; heat and anxiety went off in the open air, and were followed by frequent yawning. [GREDING, l. c., p. 82.]

(At night waking up with much chilly trembling in the right arm.)

605. Indistinct dreams; in the morning he wakes unusually early. [Fz.]

Vivid anxious dreams of robbers; he woke up in a fright and continued to believe that the dream was true.

Dream of being violently hunted.

Frightful dreams, and then vomiting of very viscid green slime. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

At night frightfully anxious dreams, e.g. that a dog bit him and he could not escape. [Bch.]

610. At night quarrelsome dreams. [Trn.]

Coldness of the whole body.

Coldness of the body. [VICAT, l. c.]

Coldness and feeling of cold in the whole body (aft. 11 m.). [Bch.]

Coldness running over the whole body soon after taking it. [Bch.]

615. Feeling of internal chill ran through him from the head to the toes of both feet at once, with thirst (immediately after taking it). [Bch.]

Chilliness in the whole body. [RODDER, l. c.]

Shivering, horripilation in the skin, e.g. of the face (aft. 2 h.).

In the morning, chilliness and shivering. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

Continued rigor in the back and over the arms. [Stf.]

620. All day chilliness and shivering and drawing pain on the neck and in the back. [GREDING, l. c., p. 87.]

Chilliness in the limbs and drawing pain in them. [GREDING, l. c., p. 81.]

In the morning immediately after rising, whilst dressing, febrile rigor. [Bch.]

Chilliness and heat alternating from time to time, at the same time vertigo, constant anxiety and inclination to vomit. [GREDING, l. c., p. 37.]

Sudden alteration of general paleness of the face, with heat and redness of the face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 37.]

625. In the morning febrile chill and coldness with thirst, for half an hour, not followed by heat, woth weakness of the limbs especially the thighs (aft. 24 h.). [Bch.]

Much thirst for cold drinks (immediately). [Fr.H-n.]

In the afternoon and evening much thirst. [Bch.]

In the evening heat and redness in the face (and shivering in the body), also in the morning in bed heat of the face.

In the sinciput and forehead heat which passes first into warm then into persistent cold frontal sweat.

630. Redness and heat of the face with slight febrile rigor.

Heat and redness in the face and heat of the hands, with careless disposition, giving attention only to the things in his immediate neighbourhood, and tendency to start (aft. 1 h.).

Heat and burning and redness of the cheeks with contracted pupils and cold feet (aft. 10 h.). [Fz.]

Febrile movements.

Fever (I have observed it sometimes in the evening, sometimes in the morning.) recurring on several days, sometimes for a long time.

635. Daily fever, before midnight.

Internal heat, and yet he refuses to drink, [GRASSIUS, l. c.]

Heat all over the body and general sweat, without thirst, with pale face (aft. 2 h.). [Trn.]

In the evening in bed immediately heat and perspiration, but more heat.

In the evening while walking slowly in the open air heat in the back, as if perspiration would break out. [Stf.]

640. In the evening, when about to go to sleep, perspiration all over.

In the morning some perspiration, especially on the face; also by day tendency to sweat on the face.

Sweat only on the hands. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

Very profuse sweat all over the body towards morning. [Fr.H-n.]

Bitter smelling sweat, towards morning. [Fr.H-n.]

645. Cold sweat.

Cold sweat. (“On the forehead,” Reimann says.”) [REIMANN, – RODDER, l. c.]

As soon as he rises from his seat cold sweat breaks out on his forehead. [Trn.]

Cold sweat all over the body. [VICAT, l. c.]

Cold sweat breaks out all over the head and on the trunk. [RENIVENIUS, l. c.]

650. Sour sweat. [GREDING, l. c.]

Profuse sour sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 77.]

Whilst sweating a burning in the skin. [J. F. MULLER, (Observation on a patient.) in Hufel, Journ. xii, i.]

Long- continued night sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 51.]

Profuse, persistent sweat during prolonged sleep. [GREDING, l. c., p. 58.]

655. Profuse sweat, with great thirst and good appetite. [GREDINg, l. c., p. 80.]

During the sweat excessive thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 87.]

Anxiety. [MURALTO, – REIMANN, – LORRY, – RODDER, l. c.]

Anxiety and vertigo. [GREDING, l. c., p. 87.]

In the evening and after dinner extreme anxiety, so that he knew not where to turn. [GREDING, l. c., p. 83.]

660. Throughout the night great anxiety. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 58, 59.]

In the morning great anxiety. [GREDING, l. c., p. 58.]

Slight delirium. [GRASSIUS, l. c., p. 66.]

He makes a great noise, tries to run away, and can hardly be restrained. [GREDING, l. c., p. 78.]

Cursing and making a noise all night, and complains of being stupid, with headache and flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 78.]

665. Stamps with his feet (with anorexia). [GREDING, l. c., p. 67.]

Along with persistent fury great heat of the body. [GREDING, l. c., p. 69.]

Fury: tears his clothes, and does not speak. [GREDING, l. c., p. 69.]

He bites his shoes to pieces and swallows the fragments. [GREDING, l. c., p. 42.]

He swallows his own excrement. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

670. He does not know his relations. [GREDING, l. c., p. 41.]

Mania: he alleges that he is a hunter. [GREDING, l. c., p. 35.]

He pretends he is a prince and gives himself airs accordingly. [GREDING, l. c., p. 43.]

He asserts that he is deaf and blind and that he had got cancer. [GREDING, l. c., p. 42.]

She asserts that she had labour pains. [GREDING, l. c., p. 54.]

675. She boasts that she is pregnant. [GREDING, l. c., p. 49.]

She announces her imminent confinement. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

She kisses every one who comes near her, before the occurrence of the menses. [GREDING, l. c., p. 45.]

Great redness and heat of the face wit continual laughing. [GREDING, l. c., p. 51.]

Laughing alternating with whining. [GREDING, l. c., p. 86.]

680. He sings and hums quite joyously at night. [GREDING, l. c., p. 86.]

She claps her hands together above her head and sings; at the same time cough, worth very viscid mucus on the chest. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

Frequent attacks; running about in the rotill she falls down. [GREDING, l. c., p. 60.]

Crying out and running about, with dark blue face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

Restlessness of disposition, oppression, and anxiety (aft. 1 h.). [Bch.]

685. Despondency, despair.

Melancholy, with chilliness, as if he were sprinkled with cold water, and frequent inclination to vomit.

Gloominess, dejection, sadness, with involuntary weeping and flow of tears from the eyes and inclination to vomit.

She is inconsolable about an imaginary misfortune, runs about the room howling and crying out, with her looks directed to the ground, or sits absorbed in thought in a corner, lamenting and weeping inconsolably; worst in the evening; sleeps only till 2 o’clock.

He groans, is besides himself, does not know how to calm himself (aft. 2, 3 h.).

690. Anxiety as from a bad conscience, as if he had done something bad.

Anxiety as though he anticipated misfortune, as if threatened with some calamity.

A feeling in his whole being as if he must gradually come to an end, but with calmness.

Soft, sad humour even to weeping (aft. 24 h.).

Anxiety crying out and running about. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

695. Crying out and running about with pale ace and timidity. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

Fear.

Timidity, that ends with frequently eructation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 61.]

Tendency to start and timidity. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

Loquacity. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

700. Taciturnity.

He does not talk unless excited to do so, then he scolds.

Taciturnity: he is reluctant to say a word, talking is repugnant to him, he speaks low and with a weak voice. [Stf.]

Cannot bear to be talked to. [GREDING, l. c., p. 76.]

Crossness when cause is given (aft. 4 h.).

705. He gets very cross, every trifle excites him (aft. 1 h.). [Stf.]

He searches for faults in others (and faunts then with them.)

Cross at the slightest cause and at the same time anxiety with rapid audible respiration. [Bch.]

Over-sensitiveness; increased mental power.

He is too lively, excentric, extravagant.

710. Joyousness, acuteness of senses. [GESNER, l. c.]

When he is occupied is head is cheerful, but when he has nothing to do he is as if dazed, cannot think properly, is quiet and absorbed in himself (aft. 2, 15 h.). [Fz.]

Busy restlessness.

Busy restlessness; he undertakes many things, but becomes always tired of them, nothing succeeds with him. [Stf.]

Activity and mobility, with diminution of the pains and passions.

715. Inclination to and pleasure in work.

All day a kind of indifference, so that he often rubbed his forehead in order to come to himself and to collect his thoughts. [Bch.]

THUJA

(Arbor vitoe.)

(From vol. v, 2nd edit., 1826.)

(The green leaves of the Thuja occidentalis are first bruised to a fine pulp themselves, then stirred up with two thirds of their weight of alcohol, and the juice then expressed.)

 

No serious medicinal employment has been made in Europe before now of this plant, which somewhat resembles in external characters the Juniperus sabina; for what PARKINSON and HERRMANN say of it is evidently more theoretical speculation, after the fashion of the dear old Therapia generalis. According to BOERHAAVE its distilled water has been found useful in dropsical diseases. According to KALM it is popularly employed in North America as an external remedy in some undefined pains of the limbs.

The following elements of artificial diseases, the pure effects of this uncommonly powerful medicinal substance, with be regarded by the homoepathic practitioner as a great addition to his medicinal treasury, and he will not fail to make a useful application of them in some of the most serious diseases of mankind, for which hitherto there has been no remedy. For example, he will perceive from these symptoms that the juice of thuja must be specifically useful in that hideous disease arising from impure coitus, the fig-warts, if they be not complicated with other miasmata; and experience also shows that thuja is the only efficacious remedy for them. And for a similar reason it most certainly cures that bad kind of gonorrhoea resulting form impure coitus if it be not complicated with other miasmata.

I employed the decillion-fold dilution of the juice, in the dose of a very small portion of a drop, even in the worst cases.

As the fig-wart gonorrhoea is one of the few permanent miasmatic diseases, I was able to test in the most certain manner the degree of efficacy of the higher dilutions of thuja juice. Thus I found that even the higher dilutions. e.g. the decillion-fold or even the vigesillion-fold dilution (1/xx), made with sixty diluting phials, each of 100 drops), if each diluting phial were successed ten times and oftener (that is, with ten or more shakes of a powerful arm), was not weaker in power than the less diluted preparations, nor, on account of the enormously diminished arithmetical fraction, had it sunk to complete powerlessness, to nothing, but, on the contrary, it had rather become even more intensely charged (The discovery that crude medicinal substances (dry and fluid) unfold their medicinal power ever more and more by trituration or succession with non-medicinal things, and in greater extent the further, the longer, and the stronger this trituration or succussion is carried on, so that all their material substance seems gradually to be dissolved and resolved into pure medicinal spirit; – this discovery, unheard of till made by me, is of unspeakable value, and so undeniable, that the unheard of till made by me, is of unspeakable value, and so undeniable, that the sceptics, who from ignorance of the inexhaustible ersources of nature in the homoeopathic dilutions, see nothing but mechanical division and diminution until nothing remains (therefore, annihilation of their medicinal power), must see their error as soon as they appeal to experiment.) with the medicinal virtue of thuja.

Innumerable accurate trials have so completely confirmed this (also with regard to other high fluid medicinal dilutions prepared in a similar way) that I can certify to its truth form conviction.

In order to obtain real preparations of sufficiently developed, but at the same time suitably moderated. Power for even the more and most sensitive patients by the dilutions of medicinal substances for homoeopathic use, for some time back I have adopted the plan in the case of all fluid medicines of succussing each diluting phial with only two strokes of the arm.

The duration of the action of even the smallest doses is nearly three weeks.

Camphor appears to be the best antidote to mitigate the excessive action of this juice in larger doses.

[HAHNEMANN’s fellow-provers were FRANZ, GROSS, FR. HAHNEMANN, HARTMANN, HAYNEL, G. HEMPEL. LANGHAMMER TEUTHORN, WAGNER, WISLICENUS.]

No old-school authorities are cited.

The 1st edit, has 509 symptoms, this 2d edit. 633.]

 

THUJA

When he has stooped he staggers.

Whirling vertigo, even when sitting when walking she staggers.

Frequent vertigo, even when lying in bed.

Much vertigo when sitting, like a moving to and fro, very much aggravated by lying.

5. Vertigo, especially when he was seated and the eyes were closed; it went off when lying.

Sensation of giddiness as after frequent turning round in a circle (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

His head is confused and incapable of thinking.

Cloudiness in the forehead (immediately). [Fz.]

Slow recollection and slow speaking; he has to seek for the words when talking (aft. 3 d.).

10. Inward weakness of the head; the brain feels numbed and dead.

In the morning stupefaction of the head (aft. 6 h.). [Ws.]

Dull pain in the whole head like stupefaction (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

A numb sensation and humming in the left half of the brain and in the left ear (aft. 3 h.). [Htn.]

Preoccupation of the mind; he could not get rid of the thoughts he had been engaged with.

15. He becomes cloudy in the head, so that he knows not where he is, when standing (aft. ¾ h.). [Fz.]

Want of attention to what took place around him. [Ws.]

Stupid in the head, with nausea. [Fr.H-n.]

Dazed in the head and as if intoxicated, especially in the morning. [Fr.H-n.]

His head feels empty, when sitting and walking (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

20. In the morning headache, sometimes as if the head were severed asunder in the zygoma and upper jaw, sometimes in the forehead as if it would fall out, with internal chilliness; all this was ameliorated by walking in the open air.

In the morning headache, as after sleeping too soundly or as after stooping; a pulsation or short pressive jerks in the forehead with redness of face.

A cramp-like sensation in the left side of the head, followed by feeling of warmth. [Fz.]

A boring pressure in the head.

Drawing pain in the head.

25. Painless drawing in the right parietal bone, with slight pressure, during which an almost agreeable warmth spreads over the body (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Tearing in the right side of the sinciput and face, transversely, across the nose to the zygoma, and over the eyes; most severe in the morning and evening.

Violent contractive pressure externally on the left frontal protuberance, which seemed as it were to press down the upper eyelid (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Shooting pain in the head.

Dull drawing pressure transversely across the forehead, as if a weight sank down in it (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

30. A deep pressure in the right temple (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Jerking pressure in the left frontal protuberance (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

Jerking pressure in the right frontal protuberance (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Aching in the left parietal bone, with a dull pain (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

Dull aching pains in the occiput, for six hours (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

35. A pressive pain transversely across the forehead (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

Furious pressing inwards in both temples, as though the brain would be pressed out. [Htn.]

Severe painful pressure in the head, sometimes in one part sometimes in another, only momentary (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Aching drawing in the left temple. [Fz.]

Twitching tearing in the occiput, more on the right side (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

40. Drawing tearing pain from the crown to the middle of the brain. [Hnl.]

Heaviness in the head as if a weight pressed the brain inwards. (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Feeling of weight in the head, especially in the occiput, aggravated by every movement (aft. ½ h.). [Wr.]

Heaviness of the head, with crossness and disinclination to speak (aft. 3 h.). [Wr.]

A headache compounded of aching, bruised and lacerating pain from the forehead to the occiput, on waking from sleep, which went off on continuing to sleep. [Fr.H-n.]

45. Sensation in the upper part of the skull as if it were beaten in. [Fz.]

Sensation in the right parietal bone as though a nail were driven in there, which goes off on tothat part (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

Jerk-like stitch through the whole head, which leaves behind an aching sensation (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

Violent tearing stab through the right half of the brain from the occiput to the forehead (aft. 11 h.). [Htn.]

Headache as if his head were compressed form without with pules-like beating and shooting on the temples, which pains are removed by external pressure and bending backwards, but return by bending forwards (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

50. Headache: a pricking formication in the head in the morning.

Drawing in the temporal muscles, an external headache, worse when chewing.

Severe stitches externally on the left temporal region (aft. 8, 12 h.). [Lr.]

Prickling pain on the temples.

Needle-pricks, especially along the forehead (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

55. Swelling of the veins on the temples when at rest, without heat (aft. 18 h.). [Lr.]

Three red, painful lumps on both temples.

Eruption of pimples betwixt the eyebrows, with matter in their apices, which itch somewhat (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

An itching on the occiput.

Pain at the back of the skull, as though it were contracted from both sides. [Fz.]

60. At night he is unwilling to lie on the left side, because when he does so, as also when touches it, a spot on the head near the occipital protuberance is painful; even the hair there is painful when touched. [Gss.]

Obtuse pressive pain behind the left ear (aft. ½ h.). [Wr.]

Violent aching burning pain behind the right ear (aft. 9 h.). [Wr.]

A corrosive gnawing in the skin of the occiput, with the sensation as if something were running among the hair there, for half an hour (aft. 13 h.). [Hnl.]

On the right side of the hairy scalp a smarting and corrosive gnawing, in the evening. [Hnl.]

65. In the nape a sensation as if it were beaten to pieces (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Tension of the skin of the nape on moving the head (aft. 16 h.) [Ws.].

Stiff feeling in the nape and on the left side of the neck, up to the ear, even when at rest, which however, does not impede the movement of the neck in any way (The stiff pain was not increased by moving the neck) (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

A pressive and drawing pain from below upwards on the right side of the neck, even when at rest (aft. 2 h.). [Wr.]

Tearing pain on the left eyebrow, going off after touching (aft. 11 h.). [Lr.]

70. An aching pain above the left eye which extends towards the right and goes off there. [Trn.]

A considerable aching above the right eye, externally (aft. 3.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Boring pain above the inner canthus of the right eye (aft. 3 d.). [Ws.]

Short sightedness.

A dimness like a veil before the eyes and aching in them as though the eyes were pressed forwards out of the head, or the eyes were swollen.

75. In the open air, dimness before the eyes, like a veil, in near and distant vision, with dulness in the head, for half an hour.

When reading the objects are darker, with a feeling in the eyes as though he had not slept enough.

Illusion of sight: when writing all surrounding objects seemed to tremble (immediately after eating). [Trn.]

Black points before the eyes, even when they are closed, which do not remain steady, but appear to move about among one another, with a confusion in the occiput. [Fz.]

The sight of the uninflamed eye is dark.

80. Weak eyes; aching in them as from fine sand.

Shooting in the eyes in the morning (in sharp air). (This symptom is repeated.)

On every exposure to bright light some stitches in the eye.

The white of the eye is blood red.

The white of the eye is very inflamed and red, with smarting and aching in it as from sand.

85. In the morning, in the white of the left eye, near the cornea, a redness, without sensation (aft. 74 h.). [Lr.]

Aching in the eyes, for two or three days.

The lower eyelid has on its border a red lump.

Swelling of the upper eyelid (aft. 76, 120 h.). [Lr.]

From time to time a violent, deeply penetrating sharp stitch in the right inner canthus (aft. 2 h.).

90. Violent stitch in the inner canthus of the left eye, which forced out moisture and thereby rendered the vision obscure (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

A burning aching in the outer canthus of the left eye, without redness (aft. 9 d.).

In the outer canthus of the left eye feeling of heat and dryness as if the parts would inflame (aft. 29 h.). [Hnl.]

95. Dry feeling in the eyes. [Hnl.]

The left eye waters when walking in the open air (aft. 9 d.).

The eyes deposit eyegum in their inner canthi all day.

Great dilatation of the pupils (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Great contraction of the pupils, which remained for five days more contracted than in the healthy state (aft. 1 h.). [Trn.]

In the evening in bed frightful hammering and tearing in the ear until after midnight; at the same time urinating every half hour, with cold feet up to the knee.

Ringing in the ears (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

100. Roaring in the ears, like a drawing stove (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

On the lower part of the auricle, a tension as if a ligature there were drawn downwards (aft. 6 h.). [Ws.]

Cramp sensation in the right auricle (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Spasm in the internal ear, like forcing together and compression, followed by a stitch in it like a flash of lightening, so that he trembled; frequently in the evening.

Fine cramp-like pain in the right meatus auditorious extrenus, most severe when he draws the scalp downwards from the upper most part of the crown (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

105. Violent thrust-like stabs in the right side of the fauces, which quickly go into the ear as though there were a hole in it through which the air could penetrate (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Aching shooting pain in the right meatus auditorious (aft. 5 h.). [Wr.]

A pinching pain in the right ear. [Htn.]

Pressive pain in the meatus auditorious (at noon).

(Increased secretion of ear-wax.)

110. Formication and quivering towards he zygomata.

A digging, painful itching in the left zygoma (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

Boring pain in the left zygomatic process, diminished by touching (aft. 7, 29 h.). [Lr.]

A twitching pricking pain in the muscles of the cheek, only when walking in the open air.

Cramp-like pain in the right cheek when this part is at rest (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

115. An itching in the face, so that he must scratch. [Fz.]

Glandular swelling in the left cheek.

Burning heat only in the face and cheeks, lasting all day.

On the cheek, not far from the commissure of the lips, a scabby itching eruption.

Eruption of pimples all over the face (aft. 17 h.). [Lr.]

120. An ulcerated place, half an inch deep in the nose, where scab has formed.

Erosive formication on the nose.

A red pimple in the depression behind the left ala nasi, filled with a watery fluid itching somewhat (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Sensation of tension over the right ala, which went off after rubbing (aft. 24 h.). [Hnl.]

Swelling and hardness on the left ala nasi, with tensive pain. [Hnl.]

125. Under the right nostril sensation as if a part there would become indurated (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Nasal mucus mixed with coagulated blood.

Epistaxis every day, two or three times.

He often blows blood from the nose. [Gss.]

In the morning, after rising from bed, on blowing the nose gently it bleeds, for two days. [Hnl.]

130. Epistaxis, especially when he gets heated (aft. 70 h.). [Gss.]

Drawing pain between the mouth and nose, as if the periosteum were more tightly stretched; afterwards this pain spreads over the nasal bones, as though they had a saddle on them. [Hl.]

(Stitches in the lip.)

Twitching on the upper lip.

Sensation of twitching in the upper lip, near the commissure of the mouth. [Hnl.]

135. Fine itching in the inner side of the upper lip. [Fz.]

Itching pimple on the border of the upper lip, near its middle (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Red pustules above the lip, which bleed when stretched (aft. 36 h.). [Ws.]

Dryness of the lips without thirst (aft. 11 h.). [Lr.]

Burning on the red of the lips and on the palate.

140. Violent tearing in the left upper jaw towards the eye (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Drawing tearing in the right lower jaw in the evening. [Hnl.]

Repeated gnawing boring pain in the left upper jaw (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Shooting in the lower jaw out at the ear.

A violent drawing stitch in the angle of the left lower jaw, which goes off after touching (aft. 8 m.). [Lr.]

145. Needle-pricks in the left side of the lower jaw (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Itching pimples on the chin (aft. 5 d.). [Lr.]

Stiffness of the left muscles of mastication, painful when the jaws are opened (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

Pain in the left side of the neck as from having lain on an uncomfortable bed or in an improper position.

On moving the neck a short stitch in the cervical muscles, which made him start.

150. Pain in the (swollen) cervical glands, so that he could not lie at night on account of it.

The veins of the neck are distented and of a blue colour.

Itching on the anterior aspect of the neck, which excites scratching. [Ws.]

On both sides of the neck, from back to front, a stripe of small red papules close together, with sore pain when touched (aft. 26 h.). [Ws.]

Shooting pains on the front of the neck under the larynx (aft. 9 h.). [Wr.]

155. Pinching stitch on the right side of the neck, which goes off on moving and turning it (aft. 3.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

On blowing the nose a pressing pain in a carious tooth (sideways).

Sharp drawing pain from below upwards in the teeth of the lower jaw, often without cause, usually chiefly when eating.

After every cup of the accustomed tea which he drank there occurred immediately in the first lower left molar a violent pressing pain, as if the tooth were burst asunder, a pain which then extended to the whole lower and upper jaw and gradually went off (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

In a hollow tooth constant gnawing pain, which involves the whole side of the head, and is increased by everything cold (drink and air), as also by chewing (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

160. Sudden violent tearing in the first lower left molar, which quickly spreads through the whole lower jaw (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

Shooting pain in an incisor tooth.

Twitching pain in a carious tooth in the morning.

Pain in a tooth, from evening till midnight, dull, as if the nerve were slightly touched; sometimes twitching in it.

Sore pain under the back teeth of the right side. [Hl.]

165. Toothache like hacking or sharp throbbing in the gums. [Fr.H-n.]

Swollen gums with sore pain in them.

Great swelling of the gums and tongue, which s painful when she brings anything hard in contact with it, or when she eats.

Shooting twitching through the gums of the posterior lower molars (aft. 34 h.). [Ws.]

Sore feeling on the left lower gums, when touched (aft. 48 h.). [Ws.]

170. The tip of the tongue pains as if sore when touched.

A white vesicle on the side of the tongue, close to its root, which causes very sore pain.

Rough scrapy feeling on the tongue, which is furred white; in front of its middle a long white blister which is rather painful.

White furred tongue without thirst. [Trn.]

On the right side, under the tongue, a gradually increasing aching prick, just as if a needle were stuck in; it was sometimes aggravated when swallowing (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

175. The inside or the mouth us very much affected, as if full of blisters, just as though he had burnt his mouth, with much thirst at night.

When swallowing the saliva a kind of sore pain, as when air gets into a wound, in the whole palate towards the left ear, internally.

An aching and like a heaviness on the velum palati.

Dry feeling on the palate, without thirst (aft. 11 h.). [Lr.]

The salivary glands are much swollen; discharge of much saliva.

180. The tonsils and throat are swollen.

Sensation in the throat as if on account of mucus, he could no swallow, and as if the oesophagus were contracted; after hawking the throat became rough.

Sore throat, like swelling caused by taking cold.

When swallowing a pressure in the back of the throat.

Shooting in the throat.

185. Excitation to swallow.

The saliva is somewhat bloody.

Dryness in the back of the mouth and thirst, even in the morning.

Great thirst for cold drinks, all day, without heat |(aft. 8 h.). [Lr.]

Rancid eructation.

190. Heartburn when stooping.

Scrapy in the throat.

Roughness in the throat as from snuff.

A flat, sweetish taste in the mouth, on several evenings.

Bitter taste of the saliva in the mouth (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

195. Bread tastes bitter to him. [Trn.]

Food tastes as though insufficiently salted.

(Tobacco tastes mouldy when smoked.)

Whilst eating much mucus in the throat, which she must hawk up, otherwise she cannot swallow her food.

He hawks blood-red mucus out of the fauces. [Gss.]

200. (Everything he eats causes loathing.)

Appetite, but he has no relish, and after eating he is downhearted and anxious, with palpitation of the heart.

Anorexia; food is not relished. [Gss.]

After eating slimy sweetish taste in the mouth.

After eating squeamish taste in the mouth, for several successive days.

205. After eating his abdomen becomes much swollen.

Soon after eating hiccup, then pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, then flatulent distension and eructation, as from deranged stomach.

Immediately after a meal excessive flatulent sufferings; the abdomen is greatly distented, with needle-pricks, pressing and forcing, during which little flatus is discharged. [Gss.]

(After eating bitter eructation.)

Late in the evening putrid eructation (aft. 12 h.).

210. Eructation with the taste of food when smoking tobacco (to which he is accustomed) (aft. 8 h.). [Lr.]

During (the accustomed) tobacco smoking several times eructation (aft. 17 h.). [Lr.]

A nasty rancid vapour rises up in the throat, perceptible to the smell. [Fz.]

After eating pain in the scrobiculus cordis, when moving the body and when touching the gastric region (aft. 11 d.).

Immediately after eating pressure on the scrobiculus cordis.

215. Immediately after eating painfulness of the scrobiculus cordis, so that he cannot bear the hand upon it.

Before meal-time and some time after eating, thirst for cold drinks (aft. 10, 11 h.). [Lr.]

During dinner a frequent pinching in the region of the stomach. [Htn.]

After a meal, great exhaustion and laziness; a slight movement is very difficult for him; at the same time he feels sick and must lie down. [Gss.]

Anxiety in the scrobiculus cordis which mounted to the head and went back again; at the same time qualmishness.

220. Nausea and qualmishness in the region of the stomach (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

Nausea and repeated vomiting of sour tasting fluids and food (aft. 3 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Inclination to vomit after the (accustomed) tobacco-smoking, with bursting out of sweat all over the body, without thirst; after evacuation of the bowels the nausea and perspiration went off (aft. 20 h.). [Lr.]

Spasmodic pain in the scrobiculus cordis.

In the middle of the scrobiculus cordis a fine, painless throbbing almost like arterial pulsation (aft. ¾ h.). [Htn.]

225. Spasm in the stomach, which becomes enormously increased in the evening.

Contractive spasm in the upper part of the abdomen.

Tension in the abdomen (aft. 3 d.).

In the hypogastrium tension as if too tightly bound (aft. 12 h.).

Distension in the hypogastrium, with contractive pains, like spasms.

230. Swollen abdomen.

Pressure of fulness in the right side of the abdomen in the lumbar region, which impedes respiration, when lying in bed after midnight (about 2 or 3 a.m.).

(Burning in the belly, but more in the chest, hypochondria, and scrobiculus cordis, and all these parts also felt hot externally.)

(Burning, especially in the hepatic region.)

Pressure downwards on the liver as from a stone when walking (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

235. In the side, above the liver, during inspiration, whilst walking a cutting, which goes off when pressed on and when standing still. [Fz.]

Pinching in the left side of the belly (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Shooting in the left side of the belly, whereby walking was impeded (aft. 14 h.). [Lr.]

Pain in the abdominal muscles on bending backwards, as from a strain.

Pain in the abdominal muscles on the left side as though a hook were drawn up in them, a clawing from below upwards. [Ws.]

240. A burning compression transversely across the abdomen as it were external(aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

Distension of the abdomen, as though the bowels in the umbilical region were constricted. [Hl.]

Rumbling in the abdomen.

Audible rumbling in the abdomen (aft. 1 h.). [Hnl.]

Rumbling in the right side of the hypogastrium after stool (aft. 10 h.). [Lr.]

245. Movement in the hypogastrium as from something alive, like a forcing out of the abdominal muscles as from the arm of a child, but painless.

Tearing upwards in the abdomen, from the right groin, in jerks (aft. 7 d.).

Cutting pains in the hypogastrium (aft. ½, 9 h.).

Swelling in the groin, but painless when walking and when touched.

Drawing pain in the groin when she stood and walked, but not when sitting.

250. Drawing pain from the inguinal glands through the thigh to the knee, more violent when going to sleep, followed by lassitude in the limbs.

Stitches from the going down through the thigh, only when sitting down, but not when standing and walking.

Throbbing shooting pains in the right groin (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

In the right groin a pressure inwards (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Discharge of flatus without smell (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

255. First pressing as if she should go to stool, but nothing was evacuated; afterwards (the 1st d.) there occurred a rather loose stool; the following day a loose stool without pressing; the third day no stool.

Before going to stool pressing in the hypogastrium especially against the sides, as from flatulence (aft. 9 d.). [Ws.]

Three times urging to stool takes place almost always along with painful contraction of the anus.

Ordinary stool several times (aft. 13, 16 h.). [Lr.]

260. Soft stool (immediately). [Ws.]

Soft stool several successive mornings. [Ws.]

Soft stool several times (aft. 2, 10, 12, 14 h.). [Lr.]

Frequent evacuations of copious pappy faeces, which give great relief. [Gss.]

Evacuation of hard, large, brown faeces in balls covered with streaks of blood (aft. 14 d.). [Gss.]

265. Hard stool evacuated with difficulty, especially in the afternoon (This is only primary action; in the secondary action the opposite occurs after 12, 14 days.) (aft. 8 h.). [Ws.]

Frequent call to stool, but no stool is evacuated (aft. 16 h.). [Ws.]

After a copious nocturnal emission of semen, constipation for several days. [Hl.]

Diminished stool (aft. 5 d.).

(After stool, exhaustion) (aft. 5 d.).

270. During stool, violent pain in the rectum so that she must leave off.

In the rectum and anus painful contraction and tearing upwards as if the bowels, in jerks.

Single painful needle-pricks in the perineum from within outwards, which go off on drawing in the anus (aft. 8 h.). [Ws.]

Severe burning in the depression between the nates when walking (aft. 9 d.).

Burning in the anus.

275. Burning shooting in the rectum, independent of stool.

The haemorehoidal node at the anus is painful at the slightest touch.

(Red, painless lumps at the anis, like fig-warts.)

Very frequent micturition, almost every hour, but without pain.

Great discharge of urine; he must also get up at night to urinate (aft. 12 h.).

280. Frequent discharge of a large quantity of urine.

Frequent urging to urinate and discharge of urine without pain (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

Copious discharge of urine (aft. 20 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

He must urinate frequently and copiously (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Frequent urging to urinate, followed by copious discharge of urine as clear as water, also at night (aft. 36 h.). [Gss.]

285. The urine when passed is quite like water, but after standing a long time there is some cloudiness in it. [Htn.]

Red urine, in which after standing a thick brick-dust sediment is deposited. [Gss.]

When he has to urinate he must press; he has a call to urinate every minute; some urine only comes away by jerks, and then only he has burning pain in the urethra.

The urine stops five or six times before it is completely evacuated and the bladder emptied.

Sensation in the urethra as if a moisture ran forward through it, especially in the evening.

290. After micturition feeling as if some drops still ran through the urethra for a quarter of an hour.

After micturition some urine still lingers in the urethra, which afterwards only comes away by drops, not from the bladder, only from the urethra.

Burning in the urethra during the whole time the urine is flowing.

Burning in the urethra when urinating and for some time afterwards.

Burning in the urethra when not urinating.

295. Cutting when urinating.

Sore burning pain in the urethra whilst urinating (aft. 48 h.).

Burning itching in the tip of the glans penis when urinating.

Immediately before and whilst urinating, but also other times, behind the os pubis in the region of the bladder, a cutting pain, most violent when walking (aft. 12 d.). [Hnl.]

In the female pudendum smarting and itching, mostly in the urethra when urinating and a short time afterwards.

300. Pain in the pudendum as if sore and smarting, especially when urinating.

Near the orifice of the urethra burning, penetrating stitches, when not urinating (aft. 9 h.). [Hnl.]

Drawing cutting pain in the urethra when walking (aft. 10 h.). [Hnl.]

In the urethra some stitches from behind forwards when not urinating, not during micturition.

An extremely violent stitch from the rectum forwards into the urethra under the frenum.

305. A severe stitch in the urethra in the evening (aft. 3 d).

At night during frequent erections of the penis stitches in the urethra, preventing him from sleeping.

Tearing stitches in the forepart of the urethra.

A twitching cutting shooting in the urethra when not urinating (aft. 30 h.).

Single stitches on the point of the glans penis when not urinating, especially when the part is pressed.

310. Painful stitches on the inside of the prepuce.

Tickling itching sensation betwixt prepuce and glans (aft. ½ h.). [Wr.]

Several burning stitches in the glans penis (aft. 8 h.). [Wr.]

Pricking itching on the side of the glans penis.

Pricking and itching on the glans penis.

315. Violent stitches in the glans penis, near the urethra, which are always accompanied by an urging to urinate; the urine then only dribbles away; during this discharge of urine the stitches are sometimes more violent, sometimes, however, they go away completely; but the urging to urinate lasts until the shooting quite ceases (aft. 7.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

Frequent burning stitches in the penis, spreading to the testicles and umbilical region, most severe when sitting, going off when walking, and recurring when sitting (aft. 24 h.). [Wr.]

Twitching pain in the penis, as though a nerve were drawn quickly and painfully. [Hl.]

In the morning, when half asleep, erection of the penis lasting several hours.

At night-long-continued erection of the penis.

320. Discharge of prostatic fluid, capable of being drawn out into threads, in the morning after waking. [Hl.]

Nocturnal seminal emission, with distressing pain in the orifice of the urethra, as if it were too narrow. [Hl.]

Nocturnal seminal emission, waking him up (aft. 23, 48 h.). [Lr.]

Needle-pricks in the scrotum.

Itching on the left side of the scrotum (in the evening).

325. Aching burning stitches along through the scrotum and spermatic cord, from below upwards. [Wr.]

Drawing sensation in the testicles.

Whilst walking and sitting a pressive pain in the testicles, as though they were contused, increased when walking (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Repeated sharp stitches in the left testicle (aft. 7 h.). [Wr.]

The left testicle is strongly retracted towards the abdomen, with swelling of the inguinal glands.

330. (Degeneration of the epididymis like varicocele.)

Crawling in the scrotum and itching; the part when rubbed has burning pain.

Sweat on the scrotum.

Sweat on one half of the scrotum.

Profuse perspiration of the male genitals all over.

335. Itching in the female pudendum when walking.

The genital organs are painful, the pain is sore and smarting.

Swelling of both labia, where there is only burning pain when walking and touching (aft. 15 d.).

A burning and smarting in the vagina when walking and sitting.

When she takes a (long) walk she has shooting in the genitals.

340. When sitta pain in the genitals like pressing and contraction.

In the genital organs and perinaeum cramp pain when rising from a seat.

Cramp pain in the female pudendum up into the hypogastrium (aft. 10 h.).

Flow of mucus from the female urethra.

On the corona glandis a rather round; after some days shooting in it.

345. (In the inside of the labium majus a whitish ulcer, first with pain like excoriation and sore to the touch, then itching, lasting a long time.)

On the scrotum an exuding papule.

Great swelling of the prepuce.

On the outer surface of the prepuce a red, gritty, elevated spot, which turns into an ulcer covered by a scab, with itching and sometimes rather burning pain.

On the inside of the prepuce small pocks, which are depressed in the centre and exude matter; painful only when touched (aft. 22 d.).

A red growth on the inside of the prepuce, like a condyloma.

Moisture on the glans, balanorrhoea (aft. 8 d.).

On the glans a small low vesicle, which causes shooting pain when urinating (aft. 24 d.).

Tickling in the condylomata.

355. Tickling itching on the condylomata.

Itching pricking on the condylomata.

Burning and painful shooting in the condylomata.

Pricking in the condylomata at the anus, when walking.

Severe stitches in the condylomata on the genitals.

360. Burning pain in the condylomata when touched.

(The condylomata at the anus are painful as if excoriated, also when touched.)

Great bleeding of the condylomata.

Sneezing (aft. 28 h.). [Hnl.]

Creeping in the nose, as if coryza were coming on.

365. Sensation in the upper part of the nose like stuffed coryza, worst in the evening, and yet the nose is as if stopped up.

Violent, quickly occurring coryza.

Stuffed coryza with persistent headache, such as is usual in stuffed coryza (aft. 48 h.). [Lr.]

Stuffed coryza, without sneezing, with mucus in the fauces compelling hawking, but which is not hawked up (aft. 26 h.). [Lr.]

Stuffed coryza, which in the open air turns to fluent coryza by sneezing (aft. 10 h.). [Lr.]

370. In the morning fluent coryza (aft. 70 h.). [Lr.]

Frequent flow of coryza (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Hoarseness and fluent coryza (towards evening) (aft. 11 h.). [Lr.]

A hoarseness as from contraction in the throat.

Severe fluent coryza and catarrh, such as had not happened to him for many years.

375. Severe coryza with nocturnal cough (aft. 13 d.).

In the morning on rising cough, as if excited by eating acrid things (aft. 25 h.). [Lr.]

Shooting in the windpipe in the region of the pit of the throat when drawing a breath, for two days.

An aching shooting on the left side of the windpipe, just below the larynx, which is aggravated by swallowing (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the cervical muscles, nape and chest, an uneasiness, or slow squeezing, alternately coming and going, accompanied by a kind of nausea.

380. Blueness of the skin in the region of the clavicle.

Oppression of the chest as if something were grown on in it (aft. some h.).

On the middle of the chest a strong pressure as from a heavy body, which does not impede respiration (when sitting) (aft. ¼ h.). [Htn.]

Visible palpitation of the heart, without anxiety.

Tightness at one time in the left side of the chest, at another in the left hypochondrium, which excites hacking cough.

Tension from the first false rib to the axilla on the left side, especially when raising the arm (aft. 1 h.). [Ws.]

In the right side of the chest a creeping pricking (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Pressive obtuse stitches in the left side of the chest, remaining the same during inspiration and expiration (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

Several throbbing stitches on the left side of the chest (aft. 2 h.). [Wr.]

390. Severe, obtuse intermittent stitches in the chest from the left axilla inwards (aft. 12 h.). [Gss.]

Pinching pain in the region of the fifth and sixth ribs. [Ws.]

Boring pressure above the scrobiculus cordis (aft. 40 h.). [Ws.]

In the left side of the chest, close beside the scrobiculus cordis, a sensation as though he had sprained or hurt (over-lifted) himself by lifting a heavy weight (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the right side of the chest under the arm a bruised pain (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

395. Difficult, tightened respiration, with great thirst for water and much anxiety.

Sensation as if the chest were distented from within.

Pain in the region of the heart.

Pressure on the chest, occurring after eating.

Pain in the chest, like a pressure, more after eating.

400. Attacks of pressure on the chest round about the axilla.

On going upstairs great ebullition of blood; the heart beats violently; she must often rest.

(A stitch in the back through the chest upwards.)

Pressive pain here and there on small spots in the back when sitting.

Boring on a small spot in the back.

405. When walking violent stitch-like pains in the back on the left side towards the lumbar vertebrae, not altered by sitting (aft. 10 h.). [Lr.]

Aching stitches in the back (aft. 3 h.). [Wr.]

Burning shooting pains in the back, betwixt the scapulae, when sitting (aft. 13 h.). [Wr.]

In the evening, immediately after lying down, pains in the back, as from prolonged stooping (aft. 66 h.). [Lr.]

Sore feeling on the back (aft. 4 d.).

410. Drawing pain in the back when sitting.

Sensation in the spine as if a large artery were pulsating there, when sitting (aft. 6.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

Stiff feeling in the spine, as after standing long in a stooping posture (aft. 13 h.). [Htn.]

When standing leaning sideways he feels above the hip in the lumbar region, close to the spine, an obtuse pricking pain, as from a blunt needle (aft. ¼ h.). [Htn.]

Pressing, out-pressing pains in the left renal region when sitting (aft. 2 h.). [Wr.]

415. Drawing aching pains in the left lumbar region (aft. ½ h.). [Wr.]

Burning feeling of heat in the lumbar region (aft. 1 h.). [Wr.]

Tensive pain in the sacrum.

Drawing in the sacrum.

When sitting painful drawing in the os sacrum and coccyx and in the thighs, which prevents him standing upright after prolonged sitting. (aft. 4 h.). [Ws.]

420. Sudden, cramp like pain in the sacrum when he changes the position of the feet after standing long in one place; the body tends to sink down (aft. 6 d.). [Ws.]

In the morning, after getting up out of bed, a dull aching pain, as if bruised, in the sacral and lumbar regions, more violent when standing and turning the trunk, but diminished by walking (aft. 15 d.).

Aching pain in the sacrum wen stooping. [Fz.]

Aching stitches from the os sacrum to the side of the pelvis (aft. 7 h.). [Wr.]

On the right side, close beside the os sacrum, a jerking, burning shooting, which went off completely after strong friction on this part (aft. 3.3/4 h.). [Htn.]

425. Near the sacrum an itching boil with large red areola.

Sharp stitches betwixt the scapulae (aft. ½ h.). [Hnl.]

Tearing in the left scapula (aft. 3 d.).

Under the scapula a pain as if bruised, for several hours.

Painful shooting on the front of the right shoulder near the clavicle, accompanied by dull tearing (aft. 5 h.). [Fz.]

430. A beating and throbbing in the shoulder-joint.

Cracking of the shoulder-joint when bending back the arm; she could not then move the arm for pain, like dislocation.

Drawing stitches in the right shoulder-joint and the bend of the right elbow. [Hnl.]

Profuse sweat in the axilla.

In the left arm, from the middle of the upper arm to the fingers, a heaviness felt on movement and when a rest.

435. The arm twitches involuntarily by day.

Raging pain in both arms in the morning from 3 till getting up at 6 o’clock.

A severe drawing for several hours as if in the bones of the arms.

In the whole arm, in the periosteum of the bone-shafts, a digging drawing pain extending into the fingers, with a pressure as from within outwards; on pressing deeply down to the periosteum there is pain as if the flesh were detached from the bone.

In the upper arm, when he presses on it, he feels a pain on the bone as if the flesh were detached from the bone.

440. Creeping itching on the upper arm, followed by a fine prick on a small spot.

Frequent paralytic pain in the middle of the muscles of the left uarm, when at rest and when at rest and when moving (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

Stitch on the right upper arm, felt in all positions, which go off by touching (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

Bruised pain in the upper arms, as though they had been beaten black and blue. [Hl.]

Shooting pain as with a blunt point, in the right deltoid muscle, when walking in the open air. [Hnl.]

445. When he has been writing for half an hour the arm trembles, and there occurs a drawing pain in it.

In both arms a painful difficulty of moving them, as if the joints were without synoval fluid (they feel rusty).

Paralytic sensation in the arms, as if he had lifted too heavy a weight (aft. 8 h.). [Ws.]

(Shooting pain in the elbow-joint.)

Throbbing and beating, like pulse-beats, in the elbow-joint, by day; in the evening drawing in the arm extending into the fingers.

Pricking like needles, especially on the outer side of the left elbow, the same in all positions, rapidly going off when touched (aft.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Boring pain on the elbow-joints (aft. 5 d.). [Ws.]

Drawing pain in the front of the left forearm.

Heaviness in the forearms (aft. 5 h.). [Ws.]

Sore pain on the right forearm. [Fz.]

455. On the outer side of the right forearm a tearing stitch occasionally (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the left forearm a shooting tearing on its inner side, from the hand to the elbow-joint (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the left forearm a shooting tearing on its inner side, from the hand to the elbow-joint (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Bruised pain in the elbow and wrist0joints as if they were smashed and limp (aft. 42 h.). [Ws.]

On the left forearm a red marbled spot, painless.

460. Dry feeling of the skin especially on the hands.

Tearing in the left wrist-joint.

Pain as if dislocated in the right wrist-joint.

A burning shooting pain just above the right wrist (aft. 6 h.). [Wr.]

When writing trembling of the hands, as from the debility of old age (aft. 20 h.). [Lr.]

465. The balls of both index fingers become red and swollen.

Fine prickling pain on the proximal finger-joints.

Pricking on the fingers.

In the tips of the three centre fingers of the left hand a pricking (in the afternoon).

Shooting behind the middle joint of the middle fingers, as if a thorn were sticking in there, most painful when flexing the fingers (aft. 16 h.). [Ws.]

470. Violent cramp-like pressure on the left hand, betwixt the little and ring finger on their inner sides, with hot sensation of all the fingers of this hand, whilst the left metacarpus and the whole right hand were icy-cold (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Formication in the tips of the three centre fingers of the left hand, as if they had gone to sleep (aft. 14 h.). [Htn.]

Shooting tearing on the little finger. [Fr.H-n.]

(Her fingers are all as if numb.)

A sharp stitch in the nail of the left thumb (aft. 48 h.).

475. The distal phalanges of the three left centre fingers become red and swollen, with pricking extending to the finger-tips (about 5 p.m.).

Cracking in the joints of the elbow, knee and ankle, on extending the limbs.

Painful relaxation in both hip-joints as if the capsules of the joints were too lax and too weak to support the body, only when standing (not when walking), with weakness of the whole body (aft. 12 d.). [Hnl.]

Eruption of pimples on the right natis, which itch, and on being touched and after scratching burn.

A tension from the hip-joint into the groin and down the back of the thigh to the hough, even when sitting still, but more when walking, less when standing.

480. Transient burning stitches on the lower extremities which spread out in them in all directions (aft. 28 h.). [Lr.]

While sitting the thigh and leg go to sleep.

The right thigh and leg are painful as if dislocated, when, on walking, the limb was behind and was in the act of being brought forward. [Fr.H-n.]

At the very top of the thigh a shooting.

Perspiration on the upper part of the thighs, near the genitals, when sitting.

485. Above the middle of both thighs a pain as if bruised when walking in the open air.

(In the evening) pain in the left thigh when walking, as if it would break down (aft. 10 d.). [Ws.]

Scrapy sore sensation on the inner side of the right thigh. [Fz.]

Attacks of weariness of the internal muscles of both thighs.

Pustules on the knee like true smallpox in appearance; they suppurate, do not itch, and disappear in eighteen hours.

490. On both knees itching papules, which burn when touched and after scratching.

On the anterior aspect of the left knee a persistent burning smarting stitch (aft. 25 h.). [Hnl.]

A dull throbbing pain on the outer aspect of the knee when sitting, but aggravated by walking (aft. 6 h.). [Wr.]

On the inner side of the knee a painful pressure inwards when sitting (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Wr.]

Cramp-like pain above the left knee when sitting (aft. 46 h.). [Ws.]

495. Under the knee sensation as if a fine knife were cutting into it; a coarse stabbing. [Fz.]

In the knees single stitches as if fine knife were cutting into it; a coarse stabbing. [Fz.]

In the knees single stitches, only on commencing to walk, and especially on rising up from a seat.

Short, interrupted, burning smarting stitches near the internal tendon of the hough. [Hnl.]

In the left hough a long continued burning as if an eruption were about to break out there (aft. 25 h.). [Hnl.]

The knee (during the move violent pain) moves involuntarily to and fro.

500. Persistent, corrosive stitches in the skin of the right patella, with quivering twitching of the skin during the stitches (aft. ½ h.). [Hnl.]

Squeezing pressive pain under and near the patella, when flexing.

The lower limb is stiff and heavy when walking.

In the right leg a downward drawing pain, by jerks.

Intermittent pinching in the calves (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

505. White lumps on the calf the size of a hazel nut, which itch violently ad for a great way around, but after rubbing cause a shooting, burning pain.

A tension through the whole leg as from fatigue.

Weakness of the left leg, when sitting, which on walking changed into a cutting sensation in the muscles of the calf, and afterwards when sitting recurred in jerks (aft. 3 h.). [Htn.]

Bruised pain in the legs. [Hl.]

In the tibia a pressure outwards.

510. (The shaft of the tibia is thickened as if swollen.)

Sharp drawing pain on the left inner ankle, which spreads thence gradually into the calf (aft. 21 h.). [Lr.]

Frequent rumbling pain on the right inner ankle (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Pricks on the right outer ankle (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

Near the right outer ankle a burning continued stitch, when at rest (aft. 28 h.). [Hnl.]

515. Fine, extremely painful pricks like gnat-bites, in rapid succession, in the bend of the right ankle-joint. [Hnl.]

On the dorsum of the left foot, on the joint, whilst walking, as kind of cutting, followed by feeling of warmth. [Fz.]

On the inner side of the dorsum of the right foot a voluptuous itching (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

The dorsum of the foot and the toes are swollen, inflamed and red, and painful per se, as if numb, but feel tense when treading and moving.

The foot (during the more severe pain) twitches up involuntarily.

520. On the dorsum of the right foot a painless red marbled spot.

Pain in the heel, as if gone to sleep, in the morning on rising from bed.

In the tendo Achillis, above the heel, a sharp stitch (aft. 2 h.).

Drawing in all the toes up into the leg.

Drawing in the big toe.

525. Tearing stitches at both sides of the nail of both big toes.

Cramp-like drawing in the tendinous parts of the distal phalanx of the right big toe, with feeling of warmth, less perceptible when walking than when sitting (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Intermittent pinching near the metatarsal bone of the little toe (aft. 3 d.). [Ws.]

Tearing stitches in a corn.

The corns burn (aft. 5 d.). [Ws.]

530. All the toes are inflamed, shining red and swollen; they itch, and after rubbing burn.

When sitting and walking feeling of weariness in the right sole, as after a long walk and as if bruised (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Creeping twitching in the soles, as after a long walk (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

Voluptuous iunder the toes of the right foot, felt in all positions (aft. 10.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Very transient violent shooting in the left sole, near the big toe (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

535. Sweat on the feet, especially on the toes.

Sweat on the hands and feet.

An upward drawing pain from the legs through the thighs to the head and thence back into the scrobiculus cordis, during which there was blackness before the eyes and qualmishness.

Stiffness and heaviness in all the limbs. [Ws.]

On single points on the thighs, elbows and forearms, there occurred pimples, like chicken-pox, their apices of matter, surrounded by a large red areola.

540. Itching like flea bites on the body, back arms and legs, especially in the evening and night.

Pricking itching all over the body at night until 1 o’clock, which left no sensation after scratching.

The arms and legs are gone to sleep on awaking at night.

Creeping itching all over the body.

The itching places of the body become the seat of burning pain after rubbing.

545. (Nettle rash) (aft. 20 d.).

An aching combined with scrapy, prickling sensation in various parts, just as if in the bones.

Painful sensitiveness of the skin of the whole body when touched.

The pains are worst after 3 o’clock of the afternoon as well as at night – also preventing going to sleep in the evening.

Jerking up of the upper part of the body by day.

550. Attack: when walking in the open air he became sick and as if intoxicated and whirling; he got heat in the face and the sweat of anxiety, and could hardly get his breath the legs were so heavy that he staggered (for an hour) (aft. 20 h.).

In the shoulder and thighs he is very tired, he feels these parts as if bruised, as after great fatigue.

Weakness of the body, with free activity of the mind.

Great weariness and bruised feeling of the body, with disinclination for movement, in the afternoon when sitting (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]

555. Illusion of sensation, as if the whole body were very thin and tender and must yield to every touch, just as though the cohesion of the body were very much exposed to the danger of disruption, and such dissolution was to be feared. [Hl.]

He becomes sleepy early in the evening, but sleeps uneasily, with dreams, and wakes up very early, cross, and indisposed to get up.

Repeated sleepiness when sitting, without exhaustion (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

In the afternoon extreme sleepiness; his eyes closed when sitting (aft. 14 h.). [Lr.]

Towards evening drowsiness, but unable to sleep (aft. 9.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

560. In the morning he has not slept enough, is disinclined to get up, and cross, watery, and prostrated (aft. 38 h.). [Fz.]

She tosses restlessly about in her sleep before midnight for an hour.

Restlessness for two hours in the evening in bed before she could fall asleep.

Restless sleep; he tosses about on account of feeling too arm.

Restless sleep, with dreams (aft. 68 h.). [Lr.]

565. Restless sleep, with indorous perspiration (aft. 48 h.). [Lr.]

As soon as he falls asleep at night an agreeable warm sweat breaks out on all the covered parts, which goes off an waking and this occurs frequently during the night. [Gss.]

Much dry heat during the night and restless sleep.

Restlessness at night and anxiety; he cannot sleep, with coldness of both legs, which are covered with cold sweat.

Restless night; he often woke up and passed from one dream to another, with seminal emission. [Wr.]

570. He cannot get to sleep before midnight, and wakes up again at 4 a.m.

Great restlessness before going to sleep; he turns about and cannot find any resting place.

Sleeplessness at night with great restlessness and coldness of the body, when he slumbered for an instant he dreamt of dead men.

Refreshing sleep (Reaction of the orgnism, curative action.) (aft. 18 h.). [Ws.]

When slumbering he immediately dreamt.

575. On going to sleep an anxious dream vision; he feels some dull blows in the left side, wakes and gasps for air (aft. 18 h.). [Ws.]

Sleep at night full of dreams and starting.

He slept at night only till 12 o’clock, and then lay wide awake without suffering, he was not sleepy even in the morning.

Inclination to vomit all night; he only retched up mucus.

Quiet talking in sleep.

580. Long dreams, caused by the conversation in the evening, with profound thinking; accused of crimes he appealed to his good conscience. [Ws.]

Anxious dreams, from which he wakes up, with hot feeling in the body. [Wr.]

Frightful dreams, from which he wakes up, with hot feeling in the body. [Wr.]

She weeps at night in sleep.

When he lies at night on the left side he dreams of danger and death.

585. Lascivious dreams of coitus, but without seminal emission; or awaking painful erection of the penis.

In the morning on awaking he can hardly collect himself, for half an hour.

Thirst in the morning on awaking, without heat. [Ws.]

In the morning on arising very tired.

After a profound sleep at night, on awaking in the morning, a violent headache, as if the brain were swollen, with nausea and hours’ duration; he did not get warm in bed; at the same time anorexia and adipsia.

590. Every morning chilliness without thirst.

Chilliness without thirst in the forenoon.

The tips of the fingers are icy cold, as if dead, whilst the rest of the hand, the face, and the remainder of the body, are hot to the touch, without thirst (aft. ¼ h.). [Lr.]

All the evening an agreeable warmth all over the body, with cold fingers, especially of the left hand, without thirst; at the same time sensation as if goose-skin and a slight shiver ran over the body (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Warm hands with distented veins, whilst the face us cold, but the forehead is hot (aft. 12 h.). [Lr.]

595. Rigor all over the body, without externally perceptible coldess of it (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

A shiver runs occasionally over his back (aft. 32 h.). [Ws.]

Coldness in the back, not diminished by the heat of the stove. [Hnl.]

On (slight) exposure of the body in warm air shivering all over, with or without goose-skin, whilst the hands and face were warm (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

When dressed he has frequently shivering all over the body, without goose skin (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

600. Rigor with much yawning; the warm air feels cold to him, and the sun seems to have no power to warm him (aft. 3 h.). [Ws.]

Nausea and vomiting, and after vomiting several attacks of rigor, with heaviness of the upper and lower extremities, and tearing in the occiput. [Fr.H-n.]

Rigor in the evening in bed, only on the left side of the body, on which he was also cold to the touch.

Every evening (from 6 to 7.30 o’clock) chilliness, with external heat of the body, dryness in the mouth and thirst.

After slight heat chill runs over him, with icy cold hands, in the evening (aft. 5 to 6 h.).

605. Great ebullition of blood every evening; throbbing and beating in all the blood-vessels at every movement; more quiet when sitting.

The pulse is weak and falls to below sixty beats (aft. 4 d.). [Ws.]

On two successive evening heat in the face and burning and redness in the cheeks.

Sudden heat and redness of the face (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

Flush of heat in the face, without thirst, while the hands and the rest of the body were only warm (aft. ½ h.). [Lr.]

610. Heat and redness of face, without thirst, when sitting (aft. 3 h.). [Lr.]

Persistent feeling of heat in the whole face, without alteration of its colour and without thirst, whilst the tips of the fingers were cold, the rest of the hand luke, warm, and the whole of the remainder of the body was hot to the touch (aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

In the face feeling of burning heat, which, however does not produce either actual heat or redness or perspiration, with icy cold hands, the body being otherwise only moderately warm (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Redness and burning in the left cheek and at the same time on every movement, when she rose up and sat down, chill up the back (not when standing and sitting still); her fingers died away.

Swelling of the veins on the temples and hands (when at rest), without heat (aft. 18 h.). [Lr.]

615. Even when undressed rush of blood to the head, with sweat breout on the face and thirst for cold drinks (aft. 11.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

About 3 a.m. severe rigor for a quarter of an hour, thereafter thirst, then profuse sweat all over, but not on the head, which was only warm.

Heat with thirst, without chill either before or afterwards, and at the same time activity of the mind (aft. 1, 4 h.). [Fz.]

During the febrile warmth he had clearer thoughts and was inclined for all kinds of work (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

Towards morning heat with perspiration.

620. (On walking quickly he became restless and dejected.)

Restlessness of disposition for many days; everything is troublesome and distasteful to him.

Distraction, unsettled disposition, and inclination to do first one thing then another (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Very depressed and dejected.

Weariness of life.

625. Discontent.

Sulky, angry at innocent jests. [Ws.]

Crossness when all does not go according to his wish. [Ws.]

Prolonged thoughtfulness about the merest trifle.

Everything is distasteful to him; he is anxious and concerned about the future.

630. Walking is performed with extreme ease; she feels as though her body were borne up by wings; she ran many miles in an uncommonly short times, and with unusual high spirits (immediately). [Fr.H-n.]

Good humour (All three symptoms were curative eraction of the organism.) (aft. 15 h.). [Lr.]

Cheerful disposition without extravagance (All three symptoms were curative eraction of the organism.) (aft. 7 h.). [Lr.]

Inclination to speak (All three symptoms were curative eraction of the organism.) (aft. 16 h.). [Lr.]

TARAXACUM

(Dandelion)

(The fresh expressed juice of the whole plant Leontodon taraxacum, gathered when not quite in full bloom, mixed with equal parts of alcohol.)

 

This plant, like many others, has been wrongfully administered in diseases in enormous quantities, on merely theoretical grounds, as a remedy of universal every day use.

In all diseases which the so-called practical glance, which pretends to be able to see everything, even the inner processes of morbid nature, could make nothing of, as in all those that would not fit in with any name in pathology, it was theoretically assumed that there were present viscid, inspissated humours and obstructions of the minute nameless vessels in the interior of the body which nobody could see, in order that the favourite assumption.

On account of its milky juice it was theoretically assumed that it must act like a soap, and as soap chemically dissolves all sort of substances in a vessel, so dandelion must dissolve in the interior of the living body whatever the practitioner was pleased to imagine existed in the diseased human system of a viscid, inspissated and obstructive character.

Had the pure powers of dandelion to effect changes in the human health been ever tested, and had it thus been experimentally ascertained what peculiar morbid states it was able characteristically to produce, and had been then a pure therapeutic trial been made of this plant, administered alone, in any case of disease, and it had been found to effect a rapid and permanent cure, it would have been seen convincingly on comparing the totality of the symptoms of the disease cured by this remedy with the morbid symptoms of the disease cured by this remedy with the morbid symptoms dandelion can produce in the healthy body, that this plant can only cure in virtue of its symptoms being similar to those of the case of disease, and that it could not fail to cure it in accordance with the eternal homoeopathic law of nature, and that for that very reason it could not be of use in those morbid states the like of which dandelion is not able to produce.

A knowledge of this fact would have converted practitioners, had they been capable of being converted, from a belief in their imaginary indication of an internal, non-existent, pathological obstruction-monster which they pretended had to be dissolved.

The following pure pathogenetic symptoms of dandelion, which are far from complete, may perhaps help to dispel this pathologicotherapeutical self-deception. But they will do more, for they will teach us a priori for what morbid cases this vegetable juice will be and must be a sure remedy, and prevent us torturing patients for whom it is unsuitable (unhomoeopathic) in a useless and injurious manner by giving it in large doses, as has hitherto been done.

When this drug is suitable from this homoeopathic similarity, we require to give it in the dose of scarcely a single drop of the juice in order to effect a cure. The juice as prepared above is much preferable to the officinal extract, which by prolonged stirring in a copper kettle is rendered impure by admixture with this metal.

[The provers of this medicine are FRANZ, GUTMANN, KUMMER, LANGHAMMER, ROSAZEWSKY; no symptoms are contributed by HAHNEMANN.]

No old-school authorities are cited.

The 1st edit. Has 209, this 2nd edit. 264 symptoms.]

 

TARAXACUM

Vertigo on walking in the open air as if excoriated, the head fell at one time to the left, at another to the right side (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

When walking in the open air unsteady step and vertigo, as though he would fall forwards (aft. 10 h.). [Lr.]

When walking in the open air great confusion and dizziness of the head, like vertigo, sometimes sensation as though the brain were distented here and there, painless. [Fz.]

5. Sensation in the head, as if the brain were constricted by a soft pressure from all sides. [Fz.]

When walking in the open air aching crawling pain in the forehead, which spreads out from the centre of it, as though there were something alive in it (aft. 4 h.). [Lr.]

A sensation in the head compounded of pressure and itching. [Gn.]

Pressure deep down in the occiput and heaviness there (aft. 9.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Heaviness of the head and redness of the face. [Gn.]

10. In the sinciput pressive pain out towards the forehead. [Gn.]

Pressive stupefying pain on the forehead, as after a debauch (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

Aching pain in the right temple (aft. 35 h.). [Gn.]

Burning pressive pain in the head going upwards. [Gn.]

Pressive pain in the head from within outwards (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

15. Heaviness in the occiput which goes off every time he stoops, and returns on raising up and keeping the head straight, and then it is worst. [Gn.]

When sitting aching stupefying pain in the whole forehead, so that he became unconscious when reading and did not know where he was, accompanied by nausea; he felt better only in the open air (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

Constant pressive pain on the forehead (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

Drawing aching pain in the temple. [Fz.]

When standing drawing pressive pain on the frontal bone. [Fz.]

20. When sitting drawing pain at the left temple, which ceases when walking and standing (aft. 5 h.). [Lr.]

When walking tearing pain in the occiput, which goes off when standing still. [Fz.]

Shooting tearing in the occiput behind the right ear. [Fz.]

Tearing stitches in the rapid succession on the left side of the forehead. [Lr.]

25. A persistent shooting pain in the left side of the head, for six hours. [Rz.]

When sitting needle-pricks in the left temple, which go off when standing (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

When walking in the open air a violent persistent stitch in the left temporal region, which went off when standing (aft. 38 h.). [Lr.]

Sharp stitches externally on the left side of the forehead, which are not allayed by touching (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]

Obtuse shooting pressure on the forehead (aft. ½ h.). [Gn.]

30. A pimple on the hairy scalp on the right side above the temple, which is painful when touched, as if the part were festering (aft. 15 h.). [Lr.]

The anterior skin of the hairy scalp is tense, as though it were tightly fastened to the crown. [Kr.]

A pimple in the centre of the hairs of the left eyebrow with pressive pain when touched (aft. 27 h.). [Lr.]

Contracted pupils (aft. 4 h.). [Lr.]

Dilated pupils (aft. 26 h.). [Lr.]

35. In the morning on waking the eyelids are stuck together with matter, for several days. [Kr.]

A kind of inflammation of the eyes; the eyes are intolerant of light and constantly watering, with pressure on the right upper eyelid, as if something were there which he in vain endeavoured to wipe away. [Kr.]

Eye-gum, more in the morning than during the day. [Kr.]

Burning in the left eyeball (aft. 11.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Violent burning in the right eyeball towards the inner canthus. [Kr.]

40. Fine burning in the right eyeball towards the inner canthus. [Kr.]

Shooting burning pain in the left eyeball (aft. 20 h.). [Kr.]

A burning shooting in the left eyeball, towards the outer canthus (aft. ½ h.). [Kr.]

Sharp shooting pain in the right eye. [Kr.]

Acute aching, as from a grain of sand in the right inner canthus, with sensation as if the eyelids were swollen there. [Fz.]

45. (In the evening hardness of hearing; something seems to be before the ears; he only hears in a dull manner.) [Fz.]

Inward pressure in the interior of the left ear. [Gn.]

Chirping in the left ear, as from grasshoppers (aft. 33 h.). [Lr.]

In the meatus auditoriuos externus tearing, and behind the ramus of the lower jaw sharp pressure. [Fz.]

Stitches behind the ear, with tearing down the side of the neck. [Fz.]

50. In the right ear a shooting from within outwards, which always receded inwards again. [Gn.]

Itching burning shooting in the right ear. [Gn.]

Drawing pain in the auricle (aft. 5 h.). [Lr.]

A sharp pressure in the right cheek (aft. ½ h.). [Gn.]

An aching stitch in the cheek. [Gn.]

55. A suppurating pimple on the upper part of the left cheek, with red areola, which when touched has a gnawing pain (aft. 24 h.). [Lr.]

A suppurating pimple on the angle of the right alanasi (aft. 8 h.). [Lr.]

Two attacks of epistaxis from the left nostril, at noon before eating (aft. 30 h.). [Lr.]

The upper lip cracks in the middle (aft. 6 h.). [Kr.]

A suppurating pimple at the right commissure of the mouth (aft. 49 h.). [Lr.]

60. Sudden itching below the chin (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

In the lower part of the parotid gland and on the cervical muscles, and from the sternum to the mastoid process, an acute pain on moving the jaw and neck.[Kr.]

Twitching on the side of the neck, interiorly (aft. 15 h.). [Gn.]

Sharp boring stitches in the left side of the neck from within outwards, for some minutes (immediately). [Gn.]

Pressive twitching in the muscles of the nape behind the left ear (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

65. Pricking in the left side of the nape, as from a rather blunt needle, when standing, which went off on sitting down (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Pressive shooting in the nape. [Gn.]

Pressive pain like blows on two incisor teeth, more in their crowns. [Gn.]

Blood flows from the carious teeth on the right side (which tastes sour). [Kr.]

On chewing food sensation in the teeth as if they were set on edge by sour fruit (aft. 37 h.). [Lr.]

70. Drawing pain in the carious teeth of the right side, which extends up the cheek to the superciliary arch. [Kr.]

Burning shooting in the left side of the tongue (aft. 9 h.).[Gn.]

White furred tongue (aft. 2.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

White fur on the tongue which gradually exfoliates in patches (aft. 11.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

The tongue is covered with a white skin, with raw feeling in it, it then exfoliates in patches and leaves dark red, tender, very sensitive places (aft. 34 h.). [Lr.]

75. In the morning on waking a quite dry brown furred tongue. [Kr.]

Collection of saliva in the mouth and sensation as if the larynx were compressed (aft. 31 h.). [Lr.]

Difficult deglutition; a kind of pressure as from an internal swelling in the throat. [Gn.]

Sharp pressure on the anterior wall of the oesophagus and larynx when not swallowing which excites cough, but goes off when swallowing. [Fz.]

Water of a sourish taste collects in the mouth. [Kr.]

80. The mucus hawked up tastes quite sour and sets the teeth on edge (aft. 3, 4 h.). [Kr.]

Dryness and shooting in the throat. [Fz.]

Dry sensation in the fauces and a bitter mucus there, which makes the voice hoarse. [Fz.]

On the tip of the tongue butter tastes repulsively salty-sour; on the palate, however, it tastes as usual. [Kr.]

Butcher’s meat, but especially the gravy of roast meat, tastes quite sour when it comes on contact with the tip of his tongue. [Kr.]

85. Before eating bitter taste in the mouth; but food has a natural taste. [Lr.]

A bitter taste rises up the oesophagus into the mouth. [Fz.]

Tobacco-smoke has no taste, it causes burning in the throat, almost like heart-burn, and takes away the breath; this is removed by drinking. [Kr.]

Bitter eructation and hiccup. [Fz.]

Empty eructation, which lasted several days, and came on especially after drinking (aft. ½ h.). [Kr.]

90. Nausea, accompanied by anxiety, when sitting, which goes off when standing (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Nausea, as from overloading with fat food; he thought he must vomit, with aching stupefying pain in the forehead – he only got better in the open air (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

Qualmishness and nausea in the oesophagus (aft. 2.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

After eating great chilliness, and especially after drinking. [Fz.]

Painless movement and rumbling in the abdomen. [Kr.]

95. Rumbling in the umbilical region, towards the left side. [Gn.]

A quickly occurring, persistent movement in the hypogstrium as if bubbles were developed in it which burst (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Tension in the scrobiculus cordis and pressure on the ensiform cartilage when stooping. [Fz.]

Aching under the ribs on the left side. [Gn.]

Aching pain in the left side of the abdomen.[Gn.]

100. Pinching in the belly (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Gn.]

Bellyache: pinching in the abdomen followed by discharge of flatus (aft. 3, 16 h.). [Lr.]

Persistent aching stitches in the left side of the abdomen (aft. 24, 30 h.). [Gn.]

Boring pain from within outwards, in the umbilical region, towards the right side. [Gn.]

Boring pain from within outwards, in the umbilical region, towards the right side. [Gn.]

Tensive aching stitches in the right side of the abdomen. [Gn.]

105. Single, violent and sharp stitches, sometimes in the left side of the upper abdomen, sometimes in the left or right side of the abdomen, sometimes also in the hypogastrium (aft. 14, 31 h.). [Gn.]

A severe stitch in the side of the abdomen, lasting a minute. [Rz.]

Burning stitches in the left hypogastrium towards the genitals (aft. 25 h.). [Gn.]

Pressure in the left lumber region from within outwards. [Gn.]

Itching pricking pain in the right abdominal muscles. [Gn.]

110. Painless gurgling in the muscles of the left hypogastrium. [Gn.]

Feeling of pain in the left groin when walking, as if dislocated, which is somewhat diminished by standing and touching (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Tickling itching on the perinaeum, between the anus and pudendum, which compels scratching (aft. 14 h.). [Lr.]

Voluptuous itching on the perinaeum, which compels scratching, which caused on eroding pain in this part, lasting many hours (aft. 32 h.). [Lr.]

The first day a second, not hard stool, evacuated with difficulty and with much pressing (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

115. The first day a third, less hard stool, evacuated with much pressing (aft. 16 h.). [Lr.]

Stool sooner than usual and pappy; but the urging to evacuate continued without anything more passing. [Fz.]

Urging to urinate without pains (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

Frequent urging to urinate with copious discharge of urine (aft. 3 h.). [Lr.]

Frequent urging to urinate with scanty discharge of urine (From these two symptoms the first of which is primary action, but the second secondary action, or permanent reaction of the organism, we see hoe perverse is the ordinary practice, when it is attempted to cure chronic dropsical effusions with diminished urinary secretion by means of dandelion. If as it is its nature to do, it at first produces a greater discharge of urine, it diminishes the secretion all the more in its permanent secondary action. On the other hand, it would be more likely to effect homoeopathic service in certain kind of morbid diuresis (diabetes) for which dandelion is otherwise suitable, provided no miasmatic cachexy is the cause of the affection – as, indeed, is often the case.)(aft. 25 h.). [Lr.]

120. Tickling on the prepuce, which comples rubbing (aft. 7.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

A constant boring pain in the glans penis. [Gn.]

A fine stitch in the left testicle. [Gn.]

Burning shooting in the right testicle. [Gn.]

Seminal emission on alternate nights. [Kr.]

125. Long-continued, involuntary, erections (aft. 9 d.). (No name is attached to this symptoms.)

When walking in the open air frequent sneezing (aft. 4, 28 h.). [Lr.]

Tickling irritation to short cough in the region of the pit of the throat, the coming on of which he is sensible of several seconds previously, but is unable to suppress it (aft. 40 h.). [Lr.]

A boring and digging pain in the right side of the chest, more severe and persistent when walking (aft. 3 h.). [Gn.]

Pressure in the left side of the chest under the axilla. [Gn.]

130. In the right side of the chest, from the hepatic region up into the chest, on a space large than a hand, a pressure from within on the ribs during expiration, when standing. [Fz.]

Burning aching in the sternum, more severe during expiration than inspiration (aft. ½ h.). [Gn.]

An aching stitch in the right side of the chest, which went off on inspiring and expiring more strongly; but when he pressed on the spot it returned more violently and extended farther, as a prolonged stitch-pain (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]

A stitch in the right side of the chest (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

Obtuse shooting in the left side of the chest shooting towards the back. [Gn.]

135. In the left side of the chest shooting towards in the chest during inspiration. [Fz.]

When walking continued shooting in the right side of the chest. [Gn.]

Violent shooting inthe sternum (aft. 6 h.). [Gn.]

Stitch in the right side of the chest, just below the axilla (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

140. Under the last rib of the left side, towards the back, three violent stitches, one at every breath. [Kr.]

A severe stitch in the region of the sixth rib. [Kr.]

Violent shooting in the left side of the chest, at the lowest rib. [Gn.]

Shooting in the right side of the diaphragm, when lying on that side.[Gn.]

On the shoulder end of the right clavicle a boring shooting drawing. [Fz.145.]

Twitching in the left intercostal muscles.[Gn.]

Twitching in the right intercostal muscles (aft. 14 h.). [Gn.]

On taking a full inspiration tensive pain in the region of the diaphragm (aft. 11 h.). [Gn.]

Aching in the sacrum. [Gn.]

Gentle pressure in the sacrum when standing. [Fz.]

150. Painless running in the sacrum. [Gn.]

Tensive shooting in the back towards the right side. [Gn.]

Aching shooting pain in the whole spine towards the right side, when lying, with difficult respiration, especially severe in the sacrum. [Gn.]

A persistent obtuse stitch in the right scapula, from within outwards (aft. 21 h.). [Gn.]

Vibration and quivering in the right scapula. [Gn.]

155. Pulsating throbbing on the left shoulder, for a minute. [Kr.]

Twitching in the top of the left shoulder. [Gn.]

Painless vibration on the left shoulder, with chilliness all over. [Gn.]

Twitching in the muscles of the left upper arm, on the outer side (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

Quivering in the upper rm. [Gn.]

160. In the interior of the upper arm pulsating throbbing, in fits. [Kr.]

Pressive pain in the muscles of the left upper arm (aft. 30 h.). [Gn.]

Pressive pain on the inner side of the left arm. [Gn.]

Pain like electric shocks on the outer side of the left upper arm. [Gn.]

Shooting pain on the inner side of the left upper arm. [Gn.]

165. Sharp shooting on the outer side of the left upper arm. [Gn.]

At the back of the upper arm a series of painful, sometimes violent, needle-pricks, which are removed by rubbing. [Kr.]

Intermittent stitches on the outer side between the elbow and middle of the right upper arm, when at rest. [Fz.]

Shooting in the right elbow-joint. [Gn.]

Pricking in the left forearm, which go off on touching (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]

170. Sharp stitches in the right forearm, which go off on touching (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]

Twitching in the muscles of the left forearm (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]

Burning in the right forearm. [Gn.]

Pressive pain on the inner side of the right forearm. [Gn.]

In the forearm frequently recurring drawing pains. [Kr.]

175. In the left wrist-joint a tearing drawing, which spreads into the three last fingers. [Kr.]

On the hands a papular eruption, especially on the sides of the fingers, also on the back of the hand, with some itching. [Kr.]

Burning pain in the thirst and fourth fingers of the left hand. [Gn.]

Shooting pain in the fourth finger of the left hand. [Gn.]

Aching pain in the three last fingers of the right hand. [Gn.]

180. The tips of the fingers are icy cold (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

Twitching in the muscles of the left natis extending downwards. [Gn.]

Itching in the muscles of the left natis. [Gn.]

Quivering in the upper muscles of the thigh (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]

Shooting pain in the whole of the left thigh (aft. 9.1/2, 10.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

185. When sitting boring shooting on the inner side of the thigh. [Fz.]

Quite at the top of the thigh in front a part is painful as if bruised, worse when touched than when walking. [Kr.]

Pressure on the inner side of the right thigh, when sitting and standing, but not when walking (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]

Eroding itching on the left thigh, compelling scratching (aft. 7.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Tearing in the hough, on its outer tendon, when sitting. [Fz.]

190. Drawing shooting pain on the outer side of the right knee, when at rest mad when moving (aft. 3 h.). [Lr.]

A shooting pain prevading the whole knee-joint. [Gn.]

On the outer side of the knee sharp pressure when he flexes the leg. [Fz.]

Burning pain in the left patella. [Gn.]

A persistent burning pain anteriorly in the right knee. [Gn.]

195. Burning pain on the outer side of the right leg. [Gn.]

Burning pain on the lower part of the right leg. [Gn.]

Burning anteriorly on the tibia. [Gn.]

In the right leg a violent pricking, going from below upwards, when standing, which went off when sitting (aft. 30 h.). [Lr.]

On the outer side of the left leg needle-pricks darting upwards, when standing, which go off when sitting (aft. 31 h.). [Lr.]

200. Drawing pains in the legs when sitting and when walking. [Kr.]

Weakness of the legs, especially when going upstairs. [Kr.]

The right leg is when walking weaker than the left, and yet its muscles feel more tense. [Kr.]

Eroding gnawing pain on the right leg (when standing) (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Tearing pain on the outer border of the left leg (when standing) (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

205. Throbbing, obtuse stitches in the right calf, just below the hough. [Fz.]

Shooting in the right calf. [Gn.]

Constant burning stitches in the calf (when standing). [Gn.]

Aching pain in the left calf (aft. ¾ h.). [Gn.]

Twitching pain in the right calf, which goes off quickly when touched (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

210. Violent itching on the left calf on lying down in the evening, which compelled scratching, but continued to itch after scratching; the part then became red and exuded (aft. 17 h.). [Lr.]

A stitch in the dorsum of the left foot, towards the big toe (aft. 37 h.). [Gn.]

A stitch in the right inner ankle when sitting (aft. 32 h.). [Gn.]

Itching pricking on the inner ankle. [Gn.]

When standing a drawing pain on the dorsum of the right foot, which went off when sitting (aft. 1 h.). [Lr.]

215. When standing an aching drawing pain in the dorsum of the left foot (aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

In the left ankle-joint a tearing drawing. [Kr.]

Burning pain on the outer side of the right foot. [Gn.]

Burning drawing on the dorsum of the left foot (aft. 37 h.). [Gn.]

Pressure on the dorsum of the right foot, when sitting (aft. 22 h.). [Gn.]

220. Itching on the dorsum of the right foot, which was removed by scratching (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Gn.]

On the dorsum of the foot some vesicles which itched. [Kr.]

Stitches from the dorsum of the foot into the sole (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Boring pain in the right sole. [Gn.]

Burning boring in the left sole towards the little toe. [Gn.]

225. Sometimes violent, sometimes fine shooting pain in the right sole, form within outwards, when sitting (aft. 10, 21 h.). [Gn.]

Itching pricking in the right sole. (aft. 32 h.). [Gn.]

Burning pressive pain in the right sole towards the toes when sitting. [Gn.]

A tug, going from the little toe up the tibia, when sitting. [Fz.]

Attacks of burning in the toes, especially on the top of the right big toe. [Gn.]

230. Shooting in the right big toe towards the second toe. [Gn.]

Burning shooting in the right big toe when walking (aft. 9 h.). [Gn.]

Tearing stitches in the toes. [Fz.]

Violent itching on the fourth toe of the both feet (aft. 25 h.). [Lr.]

Much sweat between the toes, especially of the right foot. [Kr.]

235. All the limbs move easily, but he feels as if the moving power were in a constrained state. [Fz.]

Weak feeling in the whole body; a languishing state of all the powers, so that he was always disposed to lie or sit down, when he felt in an intermediate state between consciousness and unconsciousness, as when going to sleep. [Fz.]

Inward feeling as if he were very ill; all the limbs were painful when touched and in a wrong position. [Fz.]

Almost all the sufferings come on only when sitting; they almost all go off when walking. [Gn.]

When sitting frequent yawning, as though he had not slept enough (aft. 5./2 h.). [Lr.]

240. Sleepiness by day (when reading); the eyes even closed so that he must actually lie down; the sleepiness went off when moving (aft. 5 h.). [Lr.]

Unconquerable drowsiness after a meal; on awaking he had urging to urinate with some burning, but only before and after the discharge of urine. [Kr.]

On listening to scientific subjects he goes to sleep in spite of all efforts to keep awake, and immediatelvivid dream visions occur. [Kr.]

Anxious, vivid, unremembered dreams. [Kr.]

Vivid unremembered dreams. [Lr.]

245. At night dreams full of quarrelling. [Lr.]

Voluptuous dreams. [Lr.]

Frequent waking form sleep with much tossing about in bed, he could find rest nowhere. [Lr.]

Frequent waking form sleep as if he had slept enough. [Lr.]

On waking from sleep, slight perspiration all over the body, which causes smarting all over the skin, compelling him to scratch (aft. 23 h.). [Lr.]

250. On going to sleep in bed in the evening he immediately perspired all over the body, and this he did all night; in the morning he felt lively. [Lr.]

Immediately he fell asleep he began to perspire all over, so that he often woke up in consequence, when he felt each time a heat all over the body but a much greater glowing heat in the cheeks; he got quite wet from perspiration, but was lively in the morning. [Lr.]

Slight sweat all over the body (aft. 22 h.). [Lr.]

When walking in the open air sudden warmth of the face, as also of the rest of the body, without thirst (aft. 37 h.). [Lr.]

Sensation of heat and heat no the face, with redness (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

255. The face, hands, and the rest of the body are hot, without thirst (aft. 6.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

A chilliness throughout the body (aft. 26 h.). [Lr.]

Chilliness for some hours with persistent aching pain in the head. [Gn.]

When walking in the open air violent rigor all over the body, like an attack of fever, without thirst or heat thereafter (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Lr.]

Irresolution and disinclination for work, though it goes on very well as soon as he makes a commencement. [Fz.]

260. Without occupation he is quite dull; he cannot compose himself, and yet cannot make up his mind to do anything. [Fz.]

In the morning dissatisfied and disinclined for business or conversation (aft. 25 h.). [Lr.]

Very much inclined to laugh. [Lr.]

Loquacity and constant to laugh. [Lr.]

Religious, cheerful disposition, happiness, contented with himself and his position. [Lr.]

SULPHUR

(From vol. iv, 2nd edit., 1825.)

(Flowers of sulphur, Flores sulphuris, sublimed in fine acicular form into the receiver of a retort, washed by being shaken up with alcohol, in order to remove any acid that may be adhering to them.)

 

Though sulphur has been employed for many centuries, by medical and non-medical persons, in the itch of workers in wool, yet none of them ever observed that the benificial effects they saw from its use in the eruption of itch was effected by sulphur by similarity of action and homoeopathy.

In the note to symptom 673 I have pointed out the exact distinctive signs of the phenomena of itch.

Physicians cured, also, some haemorrhoidal affections with sulphur clumsily administered, without suspecting that they had (unconsciously) effected homoeopathic cures; whilst they aggravated other affections of the rectum and anus with it, because the symptoms by means of which sulphur (see 347, 348, 350 to 353, 366, 488 to 492) and hepar sulphuris (see 112, 113 – 129, 130, 181, 183, 184, 185, 187) can cure only similar natural diseases homoepathically, were unknown to them; and also because they administered too large doses 0 5, 10, 20, 30 grains at a time whereas they should have given hardly 1/10000th part of a grain.

Even though the idea had not occurred to SCHMITJAN to prescribe sulphur in an autumnal dysentery, yet the symptoms of sulphur and hepar sulphuris would suggest to every true physician to employ them in order to combat the troublesome tenesmus occurring especially at night in such cases, for these substances themselves produce a similar affection. For this object a dose of less than 1/10000th of a grain is required (one grain of flowers of sulphur triturated for one hour with 100 grains of milk sugar, and one grain of this mixture again triturated for an hour with 100 grains of milk sugar).

The homoeopathic physician (who alone acts in conformity with natural laws) will meet with many important morbid states for which he will discover and mat expect much assistance in the symptoms of sulphur and hepar sulphuris.

Sulphur seems to act in the smallest doses for from 16 to 20 days and finds its antidote in camphor.

{HAHNEMANN’s fellow-provers were FRIEDRICH HAHNEMANN, WALTHER.

Citations are made from the following old-school sources

ARDOYNUS, De Venen, Lib.ii.

Hufeland’s Journ. d. pr. A. iii.

LANGE, Domest. Brunsv.

MORGAGNI, De Sedib. Et caus. Morb., Iv.

WALTHER. AIG. FR., Progr. De Sulph. et Marte., Lips. 1743.

The 1st edit. Has 161 symptoms this 2nd edit. 814, (In the original 815 symptoms are reckoned, but this is a mistake on the part of the transcriber, who has counted S. 189 as 190.) (not reckonin appended symptoms from the “fumes of burning sulphur”); in the Chr. ed., there are 1969.]

 

SULPHUR

Vertigo in the morning with slight epistaxis.

In the morning much vertigo with slight epistaxis. [Fr.H-n.]

Vertigo when stooping.

When walking in the open air (after supper) vertigo; she durst not look down nor stoop in the slightest degree; she must take hold of something to avoid falling.

5. When walking up hill in the open air vertigo, lasting eight minutes; he could not tread with certainty, the senses were clouded (aft. 4 d.).

When standing vertigo (in the evening), with rush of blood towards the heart.

Vertigo when she lies at night on the back.

In the evening, after he had lain in bed a quarter of an hour, whirling vertigo, as though he would fall into a faint, as if all went round in his head; for two successive evenings.

(Vertigo when sitting; staggering on rising up.)

10. Giddiness in the head.

Confusion in the head, as though he had not slept enough.

In the morning the head us confused and pressed in the forehead until noon.

In the evening confusion of the head.

After walking in the open air confusion of the head.

15. When walking in the open air weakness in the head, like stupefaction, with gloomy disagreeable ideas, for several minutes, sometimes slighter, sometimes severer.

So forgetful that even what had happened but a short time previously is either not at all only dimly remembered.

(Forgetful.)

Such stupefaction of the head that she imagined she had lost her reason. [MORGAGNI, (Observations. “Pertubatio” in the head is all that is mentioned.)

Great stupidity and dulness.

20. Dizziness and shooting in the head.

Heaviness in the head, felt not only when moving and stooping, but even when sitting and lying.

Every morning headache above the eyes as from stuffed coryza; he must sneeze constantly.

(Headache as from displaced flatulence.)

Headache with nausea.

25. Pressure in the front of the head, as after a nocturnal debauch, which after some days changes into glowing tearing in the right side of the head and teeth (aggravated by the application of cold water).

Aching pain above the left eye (in the afternoon for half an hour.)

Aching pain in the forehead aggravated by movement.

Pain in the forehead as if it would press out there. [Fr.H-n.]

Frequent headache for a minute: a pinching together of the brain from one temple to the other.

30. Immediately after supper semilateral, sharp pressive pain under the left parietal bone.

In the whole head pain as if the head were pressed from without e.g. by a tight hat.

On wearing a tight covering on the head in the room, pressive pain in the head, which goes off on uncovering the head.

Tension in the forehead.

Headache especially late in the evening and at night in bed; an occassional painful pressing inwards from the top of the head to deep into the brain, which compels him to wrinkle the forehead and close the eyes.

35. Headache, during which the eyes are as it were shut up.

Headache, especially in the forenoon, as if the head were drawn downwards and forwards.

Tearing (?) in the head, more in the afternoon than the forenoon, with exhaustion and heat, without thirst; he must lay his head down on the table to obtain relief.

Nocturnal headache as though the skull would be torn out.

Tearing in the forehead.

40. After waking from the midday siesta, on opening the eyes, a quickly occurring severe, chiefly semilateral headache, as if the brain were lacerated or sore (aft. 36 h.).

Tearing in the head with a saw.

Twitching pain in the head.

Twitching pains above the right eye.

Burning pain above and below the eyebrows, always in the afternoon. [Fr.H-n.]

45. A single stitch in the head.

Stitches in the head and out at the eyes.

Headache in the temples, like a twirling and creeping.

Severe headache in the crown of the head for twelve hours (aft. 1.1/2 h.), of a febrile character, on several mornings.

Pain on the crown when chewing, coughing, and blowing the nose.

50. When chewing, drawing pain in the occiput near the cervical joint, so severe that he must leave off eating. [Fr.H-n.]

Severe pain in the middle of the head when coughing and sneezing.

Much headache especially when stooping.

Ringing noise through the head which seems to go out at the ears.

Throbbing in the head, in the morning.

55. Throbbing in the head (temple), neck, and about the heart; he had beating and trembling all through him.

Hammering headache during animated conversation.

Rush of blood to the head; there was pressive in it, as if out at the eyes; she seemed to be deaf.

In the morning heat in the head.

In the morning on awaking, great dry heat in the head; the face glowing.

60. In the evening heat in the head with cold feet.

Pulsating throbbing on the head, perceptible externally.

A pressure externally on the vertex towards the forehead.

Pressure externally on the vertex towards the forehead; a place in the left side of the head is also painful to touch.

Boring pain under the vertex: the part is also painful externally when touched.

65. There is sometimes a burning pain on a small spot of the head down at the nape when lying on it, especially when he has scratched there.

Itching on the occiput.

Great falling out of the hair of the head.

Falling out of the hair.

Itching pimples on the forehead, on rubbing there is pricking in them.

70. Shooting in the forehead, as if on the bone.

Much itching in theyebrows and on the tip of the nose.

Daily quivering of the lower eyelid.

Twitching in the eyelids.

Twitching in the eyelids, chiefly in the afternoon. [Fr.H-n.]

75. Trembling of the eyes.

Itching on the eyelids as though they would inflame.

Stye on the upper eyelid as though they would inflame.

Stye on the upper eyelid in the inner canthus.

The upper eyelid swollen, and on the border dry matter among the eyelashes.

Sore dry pain in the borders of the eyelids.

80. Sore excoriation pain on the inside of the eyelids, after mid-night; followed by feeling of rubbing dryness on their inner surfaces.

Pain in the eyeballs, as from dryness and as if they rubbed against the eyelids.

In the morning flow of tears from the eyes, thereafter dryness of the eyes.

Both eyes excrete greasy-feeling tears. [Fr.H-n.]

The eyes are full of muco-pus (eyegum) (aft. 3 d.).

85. Burning in the eyelids, which are inflamed and red, and stiff on movement.

Swelling and redness of the eyes, with papules on the eyelids.

Burning externally on the eyelids.

From sulphur-fumes immediately a sensation as of many burning little sparks on the eyelids, which immediately cause them to close.

A burning jerk in the right eyelid.

90. Burning in the eyes.

Sensation like heat in the eye.

Stabs in the right eye as with knives.

The eye pains as if bruised on shutting it and on touching it.

Every evening aching in the eyes, a if for sleep, and yet no sleepiness.

95. Aching in both eyeballs when walking in the open air.

Aching in the eyes, especially when he works in the sunshine. [Fr.H-n.]

Heaviness in the eyes.

In the white of the eye close to the cornea a white vesicle.

Intolerance of sunlight.

100. Flickering before the eyes (aft. 48 h.).

When looking into the air a white spot before the eyes.

Dark points and spots floating before the sight.

(Like a vail before the eyes, and dim vision for near and distant objects.)

Deep-lying eyes and blue borders round them.

105. Blue borders round the eyes.

Hear and dark redness of the face, especially when walking in the open air.

In the forenoon and afternoon transient heat in the left cheek for an hour.

Burning sensation and heat in the face with several particularly red spots between eye and ear.

Burning painful heat of face and heat and redness of it; the burning was particularly severe round about the mouth.

Burning in the face and on the neck, without redness.

Sometimes a quivering on the cheek at the zygoma, sometimes at the chin.

Drawing pain on the left side of the face as if in the skin, above the left eye, on the left temple, and on the zygomatic process, extending into the lobe of the ear (worst in the morning).

Tearing in the right half of the face.

115. Tearing in the left ear.

(Earache in the left ear.)

In the evening in bed roaring before the ears and rush of the blood to the head.

Ringing in the ears and like the howling of the wind, especially after lying down.

Much tinnitus aurium in both ears when sitting.

120. Humming in the ears for several days.

Splashing in the ear, as if water were in it, with over sensitiveness of hearing (at the cracking of a whip).

(Very transient) deafness in both ears (aft. 9 d.).

Boring above the root of the nose.

Inflammation in the nose (aft. 9 d.).

125. Black sweat-holes on the nose, upper lip, and chin (aft. 9 d.).

Epistaxis (aft. 14 d.) for seven days.

Occasional epistaxis for several days. [Fr.H-n.]

Epistaxis, in the afternoon (about three o’clock), for two successive afternoons; afterwards the nose was painful to the touch.

In the morning when blowing the nose great epistaxis.

130. Blowing of blood from the nose.

On blowing the nose some blood comes from the nose. [Fr.H-n.]

Every time the nose is blown some pieces of clotted blood com away.

Smell in the nose, as from burnt horn.

Smell in the nose, as from old foetid coryza.

135. Swelling of the upper lip.

At the edge of the vermilion of the lower lip a scabby ulcer with burning pain.

Eruption of a blister on the middle of the lower lip.

Trembling of the lips.

Twitchings in the lower jaw when going to sleep.

140. Spasmodic drawing in the jaws.

In the lower jaw shooting out at the ear.

Submaxillary glands swollen.

Swelling of the gums at old stumps of teeth.

The gums bleed on spitting.

145. Looseness of the teeth and bleeding of the gums for three weeks.

Teeth on edge.

The teeth are greatly on edge, but are only painful when biting on them; he could not chew black bread on account of the pain (aft. 5 d.).

Toothache in the open air.

The tooth is simply painful per se , even without touching or biting on it, and it is higher.

150. Toothache, like boring with a hot iron.

Drawing pain in the teeth.

A drawing pain the molars, aggravated by drawing air into the mouth.

Toothache, fine throbbing and drawing.

Toothache in fits of one to two hours, followed by digging; she can bear cold things better than warm.

15. Toothache, like jerks and some stitches, periodically, also after midnight and in the morning, whether he eats or no; drawing in the open air it darts into the gums, which are painful per se, and as if they were loose and detached.

The teeth are as if paralysed when eating, and as if rather loose when biting on them.

Toothache: shooting in all the teeth day and night; aggravated by biting when eating.

Toothache: day and night shooting in all the teeth.

Toothache: shooting throbbing, and burning, going also into the orbits and ear.

160. (A smarting on the tongue, as if there were vesicles in it.)

Tongue red, studded with very white dots, in appearance like aphthae.

White tongue.

Tongue in the morning very white, in the afternoon red and clean.

Tongue furred.

165. In the morning very dry tongue.

In the morning very slimy mouth.

Every morning a salt slime which adheres to the tongue.

In the morning very dry in the throat, and thereafter a very salt taste in the mouth (which goes off after eating.)

At night dryness in the throat, and on awaking much slime on the tongue.

170. Dryness in the throat: the tongue adheres to the palate and it is moist but covered with frothy slime (aft. 6 d.).

After eating very dry in the mouth.

A dryness in the mouth and a scraping in the throat, as if the food would not go down.

Aridity in the throat.

A great dryness in the palate, with thirst; she must drink a great deal.

175. Dryness in the oesophagus.

In the evening a burning in the mouth, without thirst.

At night much heat in the mouth, and much thirst.

The uvula fallen down.

180. Sore throat, as from elongation of the uvula, with feeling when swallowing as though she swallowed a piece of flesh.

Sore throat: during empty deglutition as though she swallowed down a piece of flesh.

In the throat sensation as if inwardly swollen, and shooting in it when she eats; also outwardly at the angles of the lower jaw she feels as swelling of the neck.

Painful swelling of the front of the neck. [Fr.H-n.]

In the middle of the oesophagus sensation of spasmodic contraction; the food meets with an obstacle when swallowed.

185. Pressive pain in the throat when swallowing, as from swelling of the palate.

Pressive pain in the throat when swallowing, as from swelling of the palate.

Pressive pain in the throat, as from a plug, when swallowing and when not.

By fits a pressure in the oesophagus posteriorly (just as though it were in the nape). Felt even when breathing, all through the night until towards morning.

A burning up the oesophagus, with sour eructation. [Wth.]

Blood in the saliva.

190. Expectoration of mucus without cough.

Accumulation if water in the mouth (sour and bitter).

In the morning on waking great sweetness in the mouth with much mucus.

In the morning pappy taste in the mouth.

Insipidity in the mouth.

195. Insipidity in the mouth with anorexia (aft. 2 h.).

Bad smell from the mouth after a meal.

In the morning on rising bad smell form the mouth.

Contractive sensation in the mouth.

Bitter taste in the mouth on awaking in the morning.

Bitter taste in the morning, which goes off by eating. [Fr.H-n.]

The taste in the mouth is bit, though food is relished.

(Soon after eating she has a bitter taste.)

All food, e.g. bread, tastes bitter.

205. Tongue very furred; everything tastes bitter.

Taste of all food too salt.

What he eats has no taste, like rotten wood.

Food has no taste: everything tastes like straw. [Fr.H-n.]

Food smelt to him like lime, but tasted well.

210. The food at dinner smells putrid, but tastes well.

Complete anorexia he has an inclination for sour things only.

Complete anorexia; inclination for sour things only. [Fr.H-n.]

Complete anorexia as though quite constricted in the scrobiculus cordis.

Aversion to butcher’s meat; she becomes inclined to vomit after eating it.

215. He has some appetite but as soon as he sees food his appetite goes away, and he feels as if full in the abdomen: on commencing to eat he feels repugnance.

Inordinate hunger. [Fr.H-n.]

Inordinate appetite. [Fr.H-n.]

From eating but little, immediately full in the belly as if overloaded, and the breathing becomes tight.

After eating he feels as if the top of the oesophagus were tightly closed.

220. After eating pressure in the stomach.

After eating, loud, painless grumbling in the abdomen.

Especially after eating, troublesome stuffed coryza, making the head dull.

After eating burning in the hands.

After eating shivering and cold feeling.

225. After a meal (and in the morning) chilliness.

After eating chilliness in the abdomen.

Constant intense thirst for beer, worst an hour after eating.

Great thirst, without heat; what he drinks tastes well, but does not allay the thirst, seems also to oppress the stomach (aft. 2 h.).

Thirst (immediately) for several hours. [Wth.]

230. Uncommon thirst for beer. [Fr.H-n.]

Very great thirst by day. [Fr.H-n.]

Complete loss of appetite, but constant thirst.

A small quantity of beer easily causes him ebullition of blood.

From drinking milk, immediately sour taste like vinegar in the mouth.

235. Milk does not agree, causes violent eructation and vomiting of mucus.

Drinking milk makes bitter scraping eructation.

Food is eructated bitter and scraping in the throat.

Scraping eructation after drinking small beer.

Eructation like rotten eggs, with nausea.

240. Sour eructation several times in the day and pressure in the scrobiculus cordis.

Sour eructation, several times a day. [Fr.H-n.]

In the morning sweetish erucation.

Eructation with the taste of food.

Every morning empty eructation.

245. Bulked eructation on going to sleep.

Belching up of a portion of the food that had been eaten (breakfast) (aft. 3.1/2 h.).

Undigested food is belched up again from the stomach into the mouth.

All day long heartburn.

In the morning feeling of heartburn in the front of the chest; burning and crawling.

250. In the evening water accumulated in the mouth; he must let much water run out of the mouth (waterbrash), and then he could not speak; then vomiting of the food eaten seven hours previously.

Waterbrash twice a day; twisting in the scrobiculus cordis, she gets sick and retches, and much water runs out of her mouth that comes from below upwards.

Two hours after eating he has eructation, water runs out of his mouth; he must vomit his food, with great nausea, during which he shivers.

At night a nausea and twisting in the scrobiculus cordis (as if going to have water brash).

Nausea in the mouth with collection of saliva, after breakfast.

255. Every morning nausea.

He became sick and at first he eructates mucus, afterwards bitter scraping eructation.

In the afternoon nausea and bitter vomiting.

Transient but frequent inclination to vomit during the day.

In the morning inclination to vomit, retching, vomiting of mucus.

260. (He vomits his breakfast with trembling of hands and feet.)

He vomits acid.

Vomiting. [AUG. FR. WALTHER, (not accessible), Progr. De Sulph. et Marte, Lips., 1743, p. 5.]

Vomiting with profuse perspiration (aft. 24 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

At noon, before eating, a cramp-like contraction in the scorbiculus cordis, which takes away the breath.

265. In the evening a tension in the chest and stomach to the back; he felt as if he had eaten too much; in the scrobiculus cordis there was pain on touching and pressing on it.

On taking a full breath shooting in the scrobiculus cordis.

When standing (in the morning) shooting in the scrobiculus cordis.

(Intolerable pressure in the scrobiculus cordis and upper part of the abdomen, in fits, chiefly in the morning, somewhat relieved by, the pressure of the hand, for several days)(aft. 6 d.).

Pressure under the stomach, very severe when lying.

270. Pressure under the scrobiculus cordis. [Fr..H-n.]

A pressive pain in the stomach with some anxiety (aft. 3 h.). [Wth.]

(Clawing feeling in the stomach up into the throat.)

Full feeling of the stomach, as though it were blown out and yet it is not swollen.

Feeling in the stomach, as though it were quite full (spongy).

275. At night, for several hours. Violent spasm in the stomach.

In the morning on awaking clutching in the stomach for a short time.

Feeling of heat, also of hacking, in the gastric region when sitting still.

Burning in the stomach and afterwards also in the abdomen, chiefly when walking and standing.

Burning in the stomach, several times a day.

280. Burning, cutting and twisting in the stomach. [ABDOYNUS, (Statement. – The original from which this symptom is taken runs thus:- :Fortis calor in corpore, et dolor in hepatic, et tension intestinorium, et gravedo linguae et stomachi, et solutio plurima ventris.” De Venen., Lib. ii, cap. 15.]

Cool feeling in the stomach.

The region of the stomach is cold outwardly to the touch.

The stomach and hepatic regions are painful to the touch.

Pain in the upper part of the abdomen, just below the chest, as if all there would get loose and as if congested with blood, only when moving and breathing.

285. At night pain in the abdomen, as if internally bruised and congested with blood.

A painfulness and over sensitiveness in the abdomen, as if all inside it were raw, os as if she had just been delivered of a child, at the same time something seemed to move in it (also as if there were occasional sudden shootings in it darting thence into the whole head).

Pain in the abdomen as if all were raw inside and so over-sensitive as though she had just had a child. [Fr.H-n.]

Cutting in the upper abdomen just as if it were in the chest.

Violent cutting in the abdomen for instants.

290. In the evening cutting in the abdomen, and such weariness on going upstairs as if the catamenia were coming on.

In the morning in bed, cutting in the abdomen (aft. 3 d.).

In the hypogastrium pain like a cutting when she strains at stool or presses on the abdomen, or bends backwards; not during ordinary sitting.

Shooting in the left side of the belly on taking a deep breath and walking in the open air.

Sudden shooting in the abdomen which goes through the whole body. [Fr.H-n.]

295. Needle pricks in the small intestines in the upper part of the abdomen, for three quarters of an hour. [Wth.]

Burning shooting pain on a small spot near the navel, for a quarter of an hour.

Stitches and violent burning deep in the hypogastrium (with a spasmodic pain in the right lower extremity).

A heat in the left side of the abdomen.

First anguish in the abdomen, and as this went off, a feeling of weakness in the feet to above the ankles, like an inward trembling.

300. Tensive pressed feeling in the whole abdomen, especially beneath the short ribs, with anxious hypochondriacal humour some hours after dinner (aft. 4 d.).

Tensive and burning pain in the hepatic region.

In the hepatic region transient stitches from within outwards.

Pressure under the right ribs as if in the liver.

Pressure in the liver wakes him up at night, with yellowness of the white of the eye.

305. After eating full and heavy in the abdomen, as if over loaded with food.

Abdomen full after eating but little.

Distension of the abdomen, frequently.

Distension and hardness of the abdomen, especially in the evening.

Tension in the abdomen.

310. Tension in the abdomen as from displaced flatulence.

In the morning oawaking, in both sides of the abdomen pain, as from displaced flatulence, which was discharged in a short, interrupted manner, without relief.

Flatulence accumulates in the left hypochondrium, with anxiety.

Something seems to move about in the abdomen. [Fr.H-n.]

From noon till evening tension and violent pinching in the abdomen.

315. Shooting pinching pain just above the hips and on the last false rib.

After dinner itching about the abdomen, and when she rubbed herself this caused inwardly a kind of pinching together of the bowels; there was a compression, especially in the groin, as if towards the middle; when stooping and breathing deeply it was worst, better when walking.

After stool pinching in the belly.

After midnight colic, painful in the side of the abdomen.

Ulcers in the bowels. (Put forward hypothically only by Ardoynus.)

320. Four stools in the day with pinching in the belly before and during their evacuation.

Much flatulence.

Rumbling in the hypogastrium, as when one has gone without food.

A rattling, rumbling, and grumbling in the abdomen (immediately).

Rumbling in the belly as from strongly fermenting beer, thereafter quick call to stool, which is evacuated with cutting in the abdomen; the first part of the stool was hard, the remainder fluid, without mucus, in the morning and late in the evening (aft. 3 h.). [Wth.]

325. The abdominal muscles are painful when touched as if bruised.

Persistent pressure in the groin passing over the whole pubic region, as though she were tightly bound there.

Tearing (?) in the inguinal glands on both sides.

Forcing in the region of the inguinal ring as though a hernia would come through there.

Before stool pain in the bowels.

330. After stool bruised feeling in the bowels.

After stool great exhaustion.

During stool (in the evening) nausea, very severe, as though she must vomit.

Two thin stools followed by stomachache, in the forenoon.

Under the impression that flatus is being discharged a thin pappy stool of a bilious appearance comes away quickly and involuntarily.

335. Frequent pappy stool with cutting in the belly. [Wth.]

The stool passes quickly and almost involuntarily; he cannot get out of bed in time. [Fr.H-n.]

Diarrhoea (aft. 48 h.) for four days.

Diarrhoea six times, causing fainting, first with heat and warm perspiration, then with cold sweat on the forehead and feet and white tongue.

Soft half-liquid stool, frequently.

340. Three times in the day stool with mucus.

Stool very slimy.

Lumpy stool mixed with mucus.

Stool in lumps, but not hard.

Occasional constipation.

345. Constipation for two days, after which without pain in the belly, one stool, which passed unawares. [Fr.H-n.]

Stool insufficient and too scanty.

Frequent ineffectual urging to stool.

Tenesmus. [WALTHER, l. c.]

He has sudden call to stool, and yet he must strain much before anything comes away, although the stool is soft and normal.

350. Hard stool with burning pain in the rectum and anus (aft. 24 h.).

After soft stool aching pain in the rectum, as after a hard stool.

Stool, and thereafter much pressing (tenesmus), for an hour; then she could not sit for pain at the anus.

At night constant urging to stool; she must get out of bed ten times; she could neither lie nor sit on account of a shooting and a kind of sore pain as if excoriated and like needle-pricks in the anus, especially when she drew it in.

After a difficult, not hard stool, such violent pricking like needles from the anus up the rectum, that she almost lost consciousness owing to the pain; thereafter chilliness and exhaustion.

355. Severe shooting in the rectum, also when not at stool (which takes away the breath).

Good stool accompanied by cutting in the rectum.

Throbbing pain in the rectum after stool, all day.

Prolapsus of the rectum during stool.

After a good stool piles which exude.

360. A pressing fulness in the rectum.

Rumbling in the rectum.

In the evening, when sitting, a creeping and smarting in the rectum as from worms.

Itching in the rectum.

When lying strangling sore pain in the rectum.

365. Sore pain between the nates.

After stool contractive pain in the anus.

Contractive sensation in the perinaeum.

Dark brown urine.

The urine becomes clouded after some hours.

370. Reddish urinary sediment.

Very foetid urine.

Urine quite like water (aft. 2 h.)., and very frequent micturition.

He must rise after midnight to pass water, and does not so very copiously.

He must get out of bed twice during the night to make water.

375. At night great urging to urinate.

Frequent urging to urinate, which he can hardly resist for a moment.

Frequent, quick call to urinate: she must often make water in quick succession.

Often quick urging to urinate,

Feeling in the urethra as if he must be always passing water.

380. Violent urging to urinate: as soon as this occurs he must go and make water, otherwise it would come away involuntarily.

When he passes water it comes away with great force.

Frequent discharge of urine (aft. 6 d.) .

Constant desire to pass water, but little comes away each time.

(Interrupted stream of urine.)

385. Much thinner stream of urine.

She has frequent urging to urinate each time preceded by cutting in the hypogastrium.

Before urinating cutting in the abdomen.

Hard pressure on the bladder.

At the end of the act of making water and afterwards a cutting in the urethra, as if the urine were acrid and like corrosive lye.

390. During the passage of the urine burning in the forepart of the urethra.

Burning anteriorly in and on the urethra when not urinating.

Burning in the urethra.

Itching in the middle of the urethra.

Stitches in the forepart of the urethra.

395. Cutting in the urethra, before and during stool. [Wth.]

Pains in the urethra, as at the commencement of a gonorrhoea.

Redness and inflammation of the orific of the urethra.

Stitches in the penis.

In the morning when urinating shooting in the penis, especially in the glans, as though the urethra were bored through; the urine dribbled away only at the commencement, but afterwards there was complete retention of it. [Fr.H-n.]

400. Prepuce swollen and red.

Itching on the glans penis.

(Glans and prepuce icy cold.)

(Tearing in the left side of the scrotum.)

Aching and tension in the testicles and genitals.

(A resistance of the genitals to complete ejaculation of the semen.)

Impotence in the male, even during amorous fancies (the first 16 h.).

Increased sexual power (aft. 56 h.).

In the morning after waking the greatest voluptuous excitement in the internal sexual organs, at first with strong, at last with time passed into a rather burning pain, which was only gradually allayed after the emission of semen (aft. 24 h.).

410. Pollution with a burning pain in the urethra.

During the midday siesta, when sitting, seminal emission in a man seventy years of age, who had not had anything of the sort for twenty years (aft. 5 h.).

Seminal pollutions the first nights.

Weak feeling in the female genitals.

Violent itching on the clitoris.

415. More profuse discharge of the catamenia, which smelt sour.

The catamenia which were in full flow stopped immediately (after they had lasted only two and a half days).

Retards the menses three days beyond the proper time.

Irregularity of the menstrual flux. [LANGE, Domest. Brunsv., p. 291.]

(Very severe leucorrhoea.)

420. Frequent sneezing.

Violent sneezing for several days.

Coryza (aft. 14 d.).

Severe coryza (aft. 5, 17 d.).

Fluent coryza and also bloody mucus on blowing the nose.

425. Great stoppage of the nose for several days and clots of blood are sometimes blown from the nose.

Coryza, catarrh and cough, with chilliness.

Severe coryza with rawness on the chest and cough with much expectoration.

Roughness in the throat.

Very rough throat (aft. 16 d.).

430. Coldness in the throat during inspiration.

Hoarseness in the morning. [Fr.H-n.]

On the chest (in the trachea) there is always mucus; hacking cough.

At every breath there is irritation to cough in two or three impulses, worse in the afternoon.

On going in bed in the evening for a longtime before she goes to sleep, and more severe than during the day.

Dry cough wakes him a night.

Cough. {Hufel. Journ. d. pr. A., Statement.)iii, p. 773.]

Cough at night not by day.

Cough causes headache, as if beaten and lacerated.

440. (Expectoration from the chest of the taste of old catarrh.)

Tightness of the chest.

After a walk tightness of chest, hence he must often take a deep breath, until evening (aft. 28 h.).

Shortness of breath , when walking in the open air.

A pressing sensation on the chest, that hinders breathing.

445. In the afternoon and evening aching oppression and tightness on the whole body but mostly about the chest, as if outwardly, with anxiety; after lying down he perspired and then he felt quite relieved.

By day frequently choking and stoppage of the breath amounting to suffocation (aft. 14 d.)

On turning round on the left side at night in bed sudden loss of breath which goes off on sitting up.

Her breath wad often stopped during sleep, so that those about her must wake her up to prevent her being suffocated.

He is like to be suffocated at night (about 1 a.m.) in sleep, and yet he feels no pain (aft. some h.).

450. Scarcely had she fallen asleep at night when the breath was gone; she was like to be suffocated, started up with a loud cry and could not get her breath again; towards morning severe palpitation if the heart, followed by exhausting perspiration (aft. 13 d.).

Excessive tightness of the chest; she could only fetch her breath with difficulty.

Tight in the chest as of something had grown on there.

The whole chest as if stretched.

455. Anxiety on the chest.

On stooping the breathing is oppressed.

Very heavy in the chest.

A pressure across the middle of the chest, as from having swallowed too large a morsel.

460. In the morning in bed an ever-increasing pressure on the chest; he must get up and then it went off.

Tension in the right side of the chest and shoulder.

At night, when lying on the left side, on the slightest movement stitch in the cardiac region or in the right side of the chest.

Violent stitches, which commenced in the right side of the chest, and went through the scrobiculus cordis and stomach.

Some stitches in the chest through to back (aft. 16 h.).

465. Stitches in the back at every breath (aft. 24 h.).

Stitches in the dorsal muscles and chest.

In the morning on waking the chest is as if heated.

In the morning on waking burning in the throat and hot breath.

Burning in the chest and great heat in the face.

470.Cold feeling in the chest, a kind of chilly tension.

In the region of the heart a strange movement.

Crackling throbbing in the left side of the chest, when sitting and lying, which ceases on holding the breath.

In the evening when going to sleep quick and strong palpitation of the heart.

Palpitation of the heart without anxiety, almost without cause, e.g. when lying down for the midday siesta.

475. Anxious palpitation of the heart.

Great rush of blood to the heart.

Wakes in the morning with rush of blood to the chest.

A strong ebullition of blood to the chest.

Violent ebullition of blood in the chest, like a boiling, during which he became qualmish almost to fainting, with a trembling in the right arm.

480. Pain in the chest as if sprained, with oppression.

Frequent pain in the upper part of the chest, as though he had fallen on it.

The chest is painful on moving the arms.

The right ribs are painful, especially when touched.

Shooting in the strenum per se, and still worse when touched.

485. Pain in the strenum.

(Twitching in one of the breasts, which swelled as through milk would come into it.)

Pain in the sacrum. [Fr.H-n.]

(Horrible pains in the sacrum on stooping (not when lying), like a tension, as if all were too short; the pains went over the abdomen into the scrobiculus cordis and knee.)

A hard pressure in the sacrum alleviated by walking.

490. Pressure in the sacrum which went off on walking and returned when sitting.

Pain over the sacrum.

Pain over the sacrum when walking, not when sitting.

Sudden pain in the sacrum and lower muscles of the back, as if sprained.

On making a false step pain in the back as if sprained.

495. In the left pelvic region and betwixt the scapulae when at rest as if sprained, but on the slightest movement intolerable painful jerks.

Dorsal and sacral pains as if beaten.

In the back a spot painful as if bruised.

Pain in the back when stooping.

When stooping a drawing up the spine.

500. In the morning heaviness in the back, as if he had lain in a wrong position, and weariness as though he had not slept enough.

In the back and sides stiff as if he had got a chill.

Stiffness, sometimes in the back sometimes in the hip, painful when turning in bed; he must hold his breath at the time.

Stiffness in the back after sitting.

On sitting for some time stiffness in back, which is relieved by walking.

505. A hot flush down the back.

Burning and smarting on the back.

Burning pain betwixt the scapulae.

Burning betwixt the scapulae.

Pain betwixt the scapulae; when lying and moving , tension.

510. Tension betwixt the scapulae and on one side of the neck.

The right scapula is painful as if sprained, on moving the arm.

In the nape, close to the hair of the head, a gland swollen and inflamed, with itchy sensation.

Tearing, originating in the shoulder-joint and spreading down then humerus.

Rheumatic pain in the left shoulder.

515. Neuralgic pain in the shoulder.

(Pressure on the shoulder, like a weight , when walking in the open air.)

In the right shoulder pain on breathing. [Fr.H-n.]

The shoulder-joint pains as if dislocated, especially when lying at night.

Swollen axillary glands.

520. A swelling of the axillary glands which proceeds to suppuration.

Sweat in the axillae.

Stitches from the shoulder-joint down into the arm when lying on it and at the same time inspiring and expiring.

A twitching aching in the deltoid muscle (aft. 2, 3 h.). [Wth.]

(Bruised pain of the arms.)

525. On the upper and forearms after washing with soap and water red spots, which caused burning.

Under the bend of the elbow burning pain, but on being touched as if numb.

Tearing in the muscles of the arm, which does not interfere with movement.

At internal aching and drawing in the arm, less when at rest than when moving, especially on stretching it out or raising it.

Cramp in the arms after midnight (aft. 16 h.).

530. A drawing and tearing in the arms and hands.

Twitching drawing pain (at night in bed) from one joint of the arm to another, but more in the joints.

Slow, almost tearing jerks out of the shoulder or elbow-joint down through the corresponding limb; a pain of a gouty character most acute in the joint itself, so that he is forced to frown and shut the eyes.

Slow, very painful drawing, as if in the nerves, from the elbow to the wrist and back again.

Tearing from the elbow-joint up the upper arm and down the forearm, also when at rest.

535 An aching in the elbow-joint wen moving.

In the bend of the elbow the tendons as if tense.

Pustules in the bend of the elbow with much itching.

Itching, especially in the hands, in the wrist-joints and elbow joints, especially in the evening; some vesicles appear here and there which contain a yellowish serum.

Pain in the wrist-joint as if sprained.

540. Stiffness in the wrist-joints, especially in the morning, which goes off during the day.

Pain in the wrist-joints, especially in the morning, like tearing.

Very painful stitches outwards through and through the wrist joint.

Itching in the palms if the hands.

Burning in the hands.

545. Sweaty hands.

Swollen blood-vessels on the hands.

Frequent swelling of the hands.

Chapped skin of the hands.

The skin on the hand bursts like chaps and cuts, especially on the joints; the chaps are painful as if excoriated.

550. Almost painless chapping of the skin on the hands, especially where the fingers join the metacarpus. [Fr.H-n.]

Creeping in the left hand.

After immersing the hands in cold or warm water the whole hand immediately goes to sleep, with formication.

In the morning trembling in thright hand.

Involuntary grasping with the hands, mostly in the afternoon. {Fr. H-n.]

555. Tearing in the knuckles of the hand.

Drawing, alternating with stitches, in the hand.

On the back of the hand a sudden burning stitch.

In the balls of the fingers a burning (in the forenoon).

On the back of the middle finger a persistent burning tearing stitch.

560. In the left middle finger a burning jerk.

Involuntary twitching of the fingers. [Fr.H-n.]

Tearing in the fingers.

On the ball of the left little finger, every five minutes, a pain compounded of pinching and pressure, which radiates up into the arm when he leans on the elbow, with chilliness; during the day this pain changes into severe stitches, also with chilliness, during which all his limbs left tired as if after very fatiguing exertion.

Great swelling of the three centre fingers of both hands. [Fr.H-n.]

565. Dislocation pain in the proximal joint of the thumb (aft. 10 h.).

Finger joints swollen, stiff red, as if frost-bitten; formication in them.

Chilblains on the fingers.

Coldness of the fingers. [Fr.H-n.]

570. Great perspiration between the fingers.

Many hang-nails on the fingers.

Ulceration of a finger-nail (panaritum), twice in succession.

Ulcer on a finger nail (panaritum).

When he has been seated a long time the whole nates and ishia are painful.

575. (A kind of lameness in the thigh, as if in the hip over the nates.)

Tensive pain in the hip-joint when walking.

Sudden, cramp-like, excessively painful jerks about the hip-joint.

Drawing pain in the left hip.

The lower extremities thrill, as from weariness.

580. Restlessness in the lower extremities, in the evening, so that she could not remain in the room, until bedtime, on two evenings.

Dry heat in the lower extremities (aft. 11 d.).

The left lower extremities (aft. 11 d.).

The left lower extremity went to sleep for an hour, on two successive evenings.

Heaviness in the lower extremities and tension in the knees and thighs, more at night than during the day.

In bed, in the morning and evening, drawing pain in the lower extremities.

585. In the morning in bed heaviness and weariness of the lower extremities, which went off immediately after rising.

Lower extremities as if prostrated by fatigue.

After a short walk exhaustion and heaviness of the lower extremities.

Crawling itching on the inner side of the thigh. [Fr.H-n.]

Excoriation betwixt the thighs, especially when walking in the open air.

590. Pain as if excoriated on the inner side of the right thigh, in the evening.

In the night violent pain in the thigh as after a blow.

In the outer side of the thigh bruised pain, also when touched.

The posterior femoral muscles are painful when sitting.

(Thighs as if constricted by a ligature.)

595. Twitching in the thigh and leg.

Drawing pain in the thigh.

Tearing in the knees to the toes (in the forenoon); the feet are so heavy she can hardly drag them along.

Especially in the forenoon weakness in the knees; after going upstairs there is burning in the knee-joints.

Lameness in the knee, as if sprained when going downstairs.

600. Stiffness of the knees.

The knees (in bed) are several times spasmodically flexed and again suddenly and involuntarily extended. [Fr.H-n.]

Pain in the knee, as from stiffness, when rising from a seat.

Stiffness in the houghs.

In the houghs pain as if too short, when treading.

605. The tendons of the lower extremities seem to be short, when standing.

A violent cramp-like pressure from the hough to the ankles, mostly when sitting, in the afternoon, twice a day for an hour at a time, with great weariness and stretching pain in the head.

On the left patella a pressure even when sitting, but also when walking, an aching in the knee-joint when moving it.

Blunt-pointed pressure on a very small spot in the outermost point of the knee.

610. Trembling in both legs, shooting and tearing and weariness from the knees to the feet; when sitting more tearing, when walking shooting and tension, whilst the toes are icy cold.

From the calves to the toes, tearing with shooting to and fro (in the evening); when standing and when she sat down, the feet twitched internally; at the same time trembling sensation through the whole body, a heaviness mixed with tearing in the whole back, chilliness without thirst, with red cheeks without heat in them; it then came in the scrobiculus cordis, tension and contraction under the ribs, with oppressed breathing and many stitches throughout the chest and in the upper part of the abdomen.

Cramp in the calf, even when walking, when the calf is painful as though it were too short.

Stretching, tensive contractive pain in the calves, as though they were sewed together.

When going upstairs the calves are very painful.

615. (On the inner part of the legs, near the tibiae (in the evening), when touched pain as if bruised, or as if the flesh were detached from the bones.)

Coldness and cold-feeling of the legs, in the evening (aft. 24 h.).

Feet always cold; she cannot get them warm in bed in the evening.

When stretching out the foot tendency to cramp in the leg.

Swollen veins on the lower extremities.

620. Varicose veins and blue spots about the ankles.

Swelling of the foot in the warmth of the bed, which goes off when out of bed.

Swelling on the ankle with dislocation pain on moving.

Pain like stretching about the ankle when walking.

In the left ankle-joint pain as if sprained when standing and walking.

625. When treading the joint (Joint not named, but evidently the ankle-joint.) knuckled over as if dislocated.

In the ankle-joints tendency to knuckle over especially when going downstairs.

In the ankle-joint a burning nipping; the burning was increased after rubbing.

At night tearing and shooting in the diseased foot.

Shooting in the right foot.

630. On the tendo Achillis severe stitches almost every five minutes.

Under the left ankle shooting even when at rest, but much more when stretching out the foot and also during the slightest movement, whereby he was hindered in walking.

A squeezing shooting in the dorsum of the foot, aggravated by movement.

On the dorsum of the foot suddenly a burning stitch.

Shooting in the right heel, as if a splinter were in it.

635. Tearing in the right heel for half an hour.

In the soles of the feet, in the morning in bed, drawing pain; also in the morning when treading severe pain in them.

The soles of the feet are painful when treading and walking as if festering.

Burning in the soles of the feet when treading after sitting for a long time.

In the evening throbbing in the hollow of the sole with severe burning for an hour.

640. Perspiration on the soles of the feet.

Cold sweat on the left sole.

(Ulcerous vesicles on the left sole.)

In the hollow of the sole a tension.

In the sole cramp when treading, at every step.

645. In the soles pain as if too short when treading.

Stitches in the soles.

In the middle toes and both big toes, pricks.

Often violent shooting in the corns.

Shooting burning in the corn, in easy shoes.

650. The corns pain as though pressed by tight shoes.

(Swelling and inflammation and pain of the left big toe.)

Obtuse pain in the ball of the left toe.

On extending the feet cramp in the toes.

When lying the limbs immediately go to sleep.

655. The limbs are apt to go to sleep when lying- the arms, cervical muscles, &c.

An aching in the upper and lower extremities, as though they would go to sleep.

Cracking in the knees and elbows.

A dragging in the limbs. Almost like drawing.

Drawing pain in all the limbs.

660. Drawing pain in the limbs, in the evening.

Drawing in the knee, arm, and shoulder for instants.

In the evening in bed, tearing pain in the back, knees and legs.

In the morning, immediately after rising, bruised pain of the limbs.

A pinching in the flesh of the body here and there.

665. In the evening after getting warm in bed, a stitch-like prickling in the skin of the whole body.

A prickling on the skin of the cheeks, shoulders and thighs.

Pricking itching, especially when walking in the open air.

Burning sensation on the skin othe whole body.

As small cut wound commences to be painful, first sore, then burning; it inflames and becomes the seat of throbbing pain.

670. On slightly rubbing the skin on the elbow it is very painful for a long time, as if destitute of skin and rubbed sore.

Liver spots on the back and chest, which itch in the evening.

Cutaneous eruption. (From local application.) [Hufel. Journ., l. c.]

Cutaneous eruption, burning and itching. (673 to 678. In these symptoms – comp. 588, and 199, 234 in the chema of Hepar sulphuris – is manifested the characteristic itching eruption which sulphur can excite, in which is revealed an affection similar (homoeopathic) to, but not identical with, the itch. And homoeopathy requires medicines that produce diseases only similar to those they should be administered for in order to cure them, For as it employs medicines for curative purposes and not the exciting causes of the diseases consequently is not so foolish as to employ chancre virus for the cure of venereal diseases, to the itch miasm in the treatment if the itch disease , so it can certainly never occur homoeopathy to expect anything else from its medicines, save the power of producing only a similar morbid affection. And yet the stupid spirit of contradiction will try to delude the laity and prejudice then against homoeopathy, and since it has no honest objection to adduce it makes use if a dishonest one, in fact, a falsehood. But homoeopathy has never pretended to produce an identical disease with medicines, but has always enjoined the selection of a medicine for the cure that produces only a similar affection. And yet this mendacious reproach is reiterated- whether from stupidity and ognorance of the doctrine or from malice I shall leave others to judge. CANOVA’s statue of the captive of St. Helena may be very like, but it is not NAPOLFON! Do not our stupid opponents understand that? Are they unable to comorehend the difference between identical (same) and similar? Or do they not wish to comprehend it? Sulphur produces pimples and vesicles very similar in appearance to the itch of workers in wool, and these are chiefly seen on the joints and at night, but the attendant sensations exhibit greater differences, for itch is accompanied by a kind of intolerable agreeable creeping itching gnawing, as from lice, which is indicated by the expression intolerable voluptuous tickling itching, which when the finger is applied for the purpose of scratching, ceases to itch and commences to burn, and after scratching continues to burn on the spot.)

A disagreeable creeping itching; after scratching the part becomes painful.

675. The itching spot after scratching is very painful (does not burn).

Itching burning on various parts; after scratching it pained as if sore, but did not burn.

When he has scratched the itching part it bleeds and smarts, but does not burn.

Itching worst at night and in the morning in bed after waking.

(After scratching the part becomes as if hot.)

680. Cutaneous eruption such as is apt to occur after vaccination.

The skin cracks here and there, especially in the open air. [Fr.H-n.]

In the afternoon when wide awake he starts violently, and at the same time a shudder goes through is whole body.

The body is jerked high up, as in severe twitchings. [Fr.H-n.]

Violent starting on merely being called by name.

685. Single twitching of one hand and one foot, in the day time.

Twitching and jerking of all the limbs, during which he bites the teeth together and moans low, lasting eight minutes; then a quarter of an hour’s slumber; thereafter renewed jerking and spasmodic drawing in the limbs, after which he is much exhausted. [Fr.H-n.]

(Epilepsy after a fright or after running violently.)

The child (after being washed with tepid water) hangs the head on one side, and after it is raised up, on the other side; the face and lips become pale, the eyes stare for about two minutes, then she sneezes, and thereafter closes her mouth and eyes firmly, but only for a moment, and some mucus runs from the mouth; followed by calm sleep (aft. 3 d.).

Speaking is a great effort and excites her pains.

690. Trembling feeling in the upper and lower extremities.

Great restlessness: it does not allow him to sit long; when lying he must always move the feet. (See also 580.)

Great ebullition of blood, much burning in the hands.

Uneasiness in the blood, with swollen veins on the hands.

In the afternoon unsteady when walking, and trembling in the hands.

695. Trembling of the limbs, especially the hands.

When walking in the open air great loss by perspiring.

In the morning in bed sweat on the face and nape, and on getting up the limbs are as if bruised.

From morning till evening very heavy and exhausted in all the limbs.

Lassitude all day.

700. Weariness in all the limbs.

Always tired and exhausted.

Weariness as if after an illness.

Weariness in the feet.

Weariness that goes off when walking.

705. When walking in the open air at first the feet are heavy, they become lighter on continuing to walk.

Walking is a trouble to her, her feet will not bear her; she feels as though she had a weight on the feet (there is tension over the chest when walking).

In the afternoon exhausted and dejected (aft. 8 d.).

In the afternoon very exhausted; he must always be seated and has no strength for walking.

In the evening before going to sleep incessant spasmodic yawning.

710. Great, insuperable drowsiness by day; when sitting by day at her work she cannot ward off sleep.

Great day-drowsiness : as soon as he sits down he falls asleep.

Drowsiness in the afternoon.

Every afternoon, from 2 to 3 o’clock, very exhausted and sleepy (then again wide awake).

In the evening very drowsy: as soon as the lights are put on the table she must sleep.

715. Long sleep: he must make a great effort to get up in the morning.

Without the least inclination to get out of bed in the morning.

Getting up in the morning after waking is difficult for him.

Heaviness in the back and lower extremities on rising in the morning.

At night she is very sleepy and her eyes close, as if heavy; but she cannot so to sleep, though there is nothing the matter with her.

720. She cannot sleep for an hour after going to bed at night, but yet she feels no ailment.

He wakes up every hour at night, and can only sleep for a couple of hours towards morning.

Sleepless and wide awake all night (aft. 36 h.).

Sleeplessness as from over-excitement and restlessness.

Restless tossing about at night in bed.

725. In the evening excessive wakefulness, the blood rushed to his head, and the night was sleepless.

She sleeps restlessly at nights but without waking.

Restless nights: he wakes up every time with a start, as if from a frightful dream, and after waking was still occupied with anxious visions as if of ghosts, which he could not immediately get rid of. [Wth.]

Starting up in affright twice in the evening in bed when going to sleep.

In the evening when going to sleep he starts up in affright from imaginary noise, a fright that went through his whole body.

730. Great starting up when going to sleep.

Starting up in affright in the midday siesta.

Waking in the morning with giddy confusion of the head.

Wakes at night frequently from throbbing of the blood in the head, then in the chest also.

At night burning in the mouth with thirst.

735. At night stomachache for an hour, relieved by eructation.

At night stomachache and throbbing pain in the head.

He snores every night.

In the evening, immediately after lying down, hacking cough for an hour; it made her hot; about 3 a.m. she awoke again to cough.

He wakes in the morning with rawness on the chest.

740. At night much stretching and straining.

In the evening in bed, for two hours, tickling formication in the left upper and lower extremities, which compels him to draw up these limbs frequently.

At night he must lay his lower extremities outside the bed clothes, owing to tearing in them.

Tossing about at night in bed, with hot feet.

She woke up at night in great anxiety, with heat all over, and her body felt in a spasmodic .

745. (After midnight restless sleep; she dreams that she is getting a fever, and wakes up in full perspiration with great heat, especially in the face, so that she cannot bear the bed clothes on her, with great thirst and rigor, which becomes worse on moving, so that her teeth chatter.)

Anxious dreams at night: dreams of fire coming form heaven.

Anxious dream, as if something pressed him down (nightmare).

After midnight anxious dreams, every night.

Horrible and anxious dreams, every night.

570. Startling dreams: as if he fell from a height.

Vexatious anxious dreams.

Dreams full of loathing at night, and on awaking nausea.

Many and vivid dreams at night, from which she frequently woke up.

Before falling asleep, ridiculous fancies in a half dreamy state; she laughed aloud (many evenings).

755. Dream-pictures immediately after closing the eyes.

Fear that he might catch cold in the open air; he cannot tell whether the feeling is physical or mental (yet he was never previously disposed to catch cold, and never dreaded exposure to the causes of a chill).

Formicating shudder over the skin, without chilliness.

Transient chilliness on chest, arms and back.

Coldness of the nose, hands and feet.

760. Cold feeling through all the limbs, not followed by heat, in the forenoon.

In the evening for an hour chilliness up the back not followed by heat.

Chilliness with diarrhoea, for some hours. [Fr.H-n.]

Internal chilliness.

Frequent internal chilliness, without thirst.

765. In the evening rigor and great paleness of face.

Frequent febrile rigor in the evening.

In the evening (from 7 to 8 o’clock) rigor with cold hands, without thirst, and great pressure as from a weight in the stomach; afterwards ordinary warmth returns with thirst.

In the evening, at first shivering, then heat in the hands and face with thirst.

Wakes at night with febrile rigor and yet is warm to the touch; thereafter some heat.

770. Much cold feeling in the afternoon; she then became warmer; but the feet remained cold.

In the forenoon chilly, in the afternoon feeling of heat, though she was cold to the touch.

In the morning, about 10 o’clock, chilliness for an hour, then quiet until 3 p.m., when there ensued a heat in the head and hands for two hours, with thirst for beer; repeated for several days.

In the evening (at half past 5 o’clock) chilliness, then heat; then again chilliness with some thirst until 8 o’clock.

Flush of heat in the face and febrile rigor on the body.

In the afternoon febrile heat mingled with chilliness and with persistent palpitation of the heart.

Fever: great heat in the face and feeling as if she had just recovered from a severe illness; after the heat some chilliness with much thirst (aft. 4 d.).

Fever: every forenoon inward chilliness, every day stronger, with vertigo as though the head would sink down, without thirst, and thereafter such great exhaustion that he could not walk upstairs, with perspiration day and night only on the head, which was swollen.

Every evening (about 8 o’clock) chill for two hours without heat; the following night, however, when she awoke she had heat without thirst.

780. In the morning very thirsty.

Much thirst during the day.

Heat all day long with much thirst, but not at night.

Dry heat in the morning in bed.

Heat on waking in the morning, which soon goes off.

785. In the morning in bed anxious disagreeable heat, with sweat and dryness in the throat (aft. 3 d.).

Towards morning heat as if perspiration would break out.

In the morning during sleep perspiration which went off on awaking.

Profuse perspiration in the morning only on the parts subject to itching. [Wth.]

In the morning sweat on the hands and feet.

790. In the evening before lying down perspiration, especially in the hands and immediately after lying down heat and difficulty of falling asleep.

In the evening in bed some perspiration.

In the evening anxious sweat with trembling, followed by vomiting; urging to stool during the anxiety; thereafter heaviness in the head and weakness in the arms.

Anxiety, febrile delirium, with great tightness of chest; he complained of burning in the stomach, vomiting, twitchings of the whole body – death. (All this occurred six months after taking the sulphur.)[MORGAGNI, l. c., § 11.]

Restlessness and hurry (in the day); he could not restrain himself.

795. Great distraction; he cannot concentrate his attention upon the matter before him and does his business awkwardly.

Dilatory, irresolute.

(He imagines he is getting thin.)

Sometimes disposed to weep, sometimes to laugh.

In the morning very ill-humoured, cross, and lachrymose, particularly so in the evening.

800. Very peevish, ill-humoured; nothing is right for her (aft. ½ h.).

He is cross with everything, is offended at every word and takes everything in bad part; thinks he must defend himself and gets angry.

Morose, gloomy and dull in the head as on the occurrence of catarrh.

Ill humoured; she was vexed with herself.

Ill-humoured and captious.

805. All day an indolent disposition of mind and body, indisposed to all occupation and movement (aft. 7 d.).

He takes no pleasure in anything.

In the evening disinclination for everything – work, amusement, conversation and movement; he is very uncomfortable and yet knows not what ails him.

Discontented with himself; owing to inward dejection he does not know how to calm himself, can do nothing to please himself, obstinate and unyielding, without knowing why.

Embittered humour, as though he had been insulted.

810. Humour quarrelsome and cross about everything.

When walking in the open air she suddenly becomes sad; only vexatious, anxious, depressing thoughts occur to her, of which she cannot divest herself, which makes her serious and peevishly lachrymose.

Very much out of humour, with great anxiety.

Dejection.

Sad, without courage.

FUMES OF BURNING SULPHUR

(Antidote – electric shock.)

Stiffness (painful) of the spine betwixt the scapulae, during and after movement, with pain as though it were broken.

Painful stiffness in the junction of the sacrum with the bones of the pelvis; on moving there occurred very painful jerks.

STRAMONIUM

(Thorn-apple.)

(From vol. iii, 2nd edit., 1825.)

(The juice expressed from the fresh plant, Datura Stramonium, and mixed with equal parts of alcohol.)

 

The narcotic plant shows in its primary action, with the exception of very disagreeable sensations which the prover cannot call “pain,” no actual pains. Sensations which can strictly be called pain only occur in the secondary action, from the subsequent reaction of the organism, which develops not only the natural sensation as opposed to the sensation-destroying action of the thorn-apple, but, in the case of large doses, even morbidly exalted sensation (pain). So, also, this plant produces in its primary action great mobility of the voluntary muscles and suppression of all secretions and excretions, the reverse of which occurs in the secondary action, to wit, paralysis of the muscles and excessive secretions and excretions. On the other hand, in suitable doses it curatively allays some spasmodic muscular movements, and restores suppressed excretions in several cases in which absence of pain is a prominent symptom.

Hence thorn-apple can only cure homoeopathically the morbid states produced in its primary characterisic action.

The symptoms of the secondary action, which, as with all narcotic drugs, are much more numerous, better expressed and more distinct than with non-narcotic drugs, serve to make the observant physician refrain from its employment in cases where the patient is already suffering from ailments resembling those of the secondary action. Thus, a true physician would never administer thorn-apple in, for example, complete paralysis, or inveterate diarrhoeas, or in cases where violent pains constitute the chief feature of the disease.

But what incomparable curative action (I speak from experience) follows the homoeopathic application of the peculiar mental affections caused by thorn-apple for similar natural mental maladies, and how useful it is in convulsive ailments similar to those it causes.

I have found it efficacious in some epidemic fevers with symptoms similar to those it is capable of exciting in the mind and body.

As sure as there are several varieties of hydrophobia from the bite of rabid animals, so sure is it that we cannot cure them all with one remedy, and that we require belladonna in some, henbane in others, and thorn-apple in yet others, in order to cure them, according the totality of the morbid symptoms presents more similarity with the symptoms of the first, second, to third of these plants.

Moderate doses act for only 36 to 48 hours doses a shorter time. Injurious consequences of several days’ duration are to be feared from very large doses, these are partly primary, partly secondary effects.

Excessively violent primary actions are removed to citric acid, or fruits containing it (currents, barberries, &c. much more effectually than by vinegar. Smoking tobacco greatly allays the stupefaction of the head caused by thorn-apple. According to Falk, alcohol, and according to PLEHWE, cold foot-baths are useful for it.

A drop, often even but a small portion of a drop of the trillion fold dilution of the juice, is an adequate homoeopathic dose, all other extraneous medicinal influences being removed.

{HAHNEMANN’s fellow provers were FRANZ, FR. HAHNEMANN, MICHLER.]

The following old-school authorities are cited:

ALBERTI, Jurisp. Med., i.

BOERHAAVE,KAAW, Impel. Fac. Hipp., L. B., 1745.

BRERA , in Harles Bemerk. Ub. D. Behandl. D. Hunderwuth, Fft. A. M., 1809.

BUCHNER, Bresl. Samml., 1727.

BUSCH, (In the 1st edit this is given as “B. RUSH,” but neither name can be found under the reference given.) B., in Philos. Transact. Vol. 60, 1771. Commentarri de rebus in Med. et Sc. Nat. gestis, vol. ii.

COSTA, CPH. A, in Schenk, Lib. vii, obs. 139.

CRUGER, DAN, in Misc. Nat., Cur., Dec. iii, ann.2.

DE WITT, in Phys. Med. Journale, Leipz., 1800, January.

DODERLIN, in Comment lit. Nor., 1744.

DU GUID, in Sauvages, Nosol, ii.

FOWLER, in Medical and Philosoph. Comment., v. – Edinb. Med. Comment.

GARCIAS Ab HORTO, DE Plantis, cap.24.

GARDANE, Gazette de Sante, 1773, 1774.

GREDING, in Ludwig, Advirs., i.

GRIMM, J. C., in Eph. Nat. Cur., cent, ix.

HEIM, in Selle’s Neue Beitrage z, Nat.u, Arzn. ii.

JOHNSON, in Medic. Facts and Observ., vol. v.

KELLNER, Bresl. Samml., 1727.

KING, in Phys. Med. Journale, Leipz.,1800, March.

KRAMER, in Comment. Lit. Nor. 1733.

LOBSTEIN, J. F., Obs. de Stram. semivirt. Ven., in Append. Diss. Speilmann et geurin, de Plant. Venen. Alsat. Argent., 1766. M., in Baldinger’s Neues Magaz., vol. i.

ODHELIUS, L. L., Mem. sur l’us. Du Stramonium, 1773.

PFENNIG, in Hufel. Journ., xiv.

RAY. Istor. Plantar., tom. i.

RUSH (vide supra, “BUSCH”).

SAUVAGES, Epist. ad Haller, iii.- Nosol., ii.

SCHROER, in ufel. Journ., x.

STOERCK, Lib. de Stram. Acon., Hyoscyam., Viennae, 1762.

SWAINE, ABR., Essays phys. and lit., ii, edinb., 1756.

UNZER, Med. Handbuch, ii.

VAN EEMS, in H. Boerhaave, Praelect. De morb. Nerv., i.

VICAT, Plantes Venenuses de la Suisse.

WEDENBERG, A. F., Diss. de Stramonii usu in Morbis convulsivis, Ups., 1773.

The frag. De Vir. Has 216, the 1st edit. 546, this 2nd edit. 569 symptoms.]

 

STRAMONIUM

Vertigo. [KING, (Effects of large medicinal doses.) iin Phys. Med. Journale, Leipzig, 1800, March, – VICAT, (Observations of poisoning.) Planets Veneneuses dela Suisse, p. 248. – GREDING, (Symptoms occurring in patients taking the extract. Those referred to p. 261 – 277 of his essay were maniacs and melancholies, those of p. 277 – 311 epileptics, and those of p. 314 – 335 epileptic – maniacs.) in Ludw. Advers., I, p. 285.]

Vertigo (immediately). [DU GUID, (From root, in an old man.)in Sauvages, Nosol., ii, p. 241. – ABR. SWAINE, (From decoction of fruit.) Essays Phys. and Lit., ii, Edinb., 1756, p. 247.]

Vertigo: his head always feels drawn backwards; he is at the same time very sleepy.

Vertigo, with red face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

5. Vertigo with bellyache and dimness of vision, like a veil before the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 327.]

Vertigo with diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 306.]

Vertigo, headache, dimness of vision, great thirst, viscid mucus in the mouth, rumbling in the abdomen and pain in its upper part. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

Vertigo for eight days. {PFENNING, (From seeds, in an adult.) in Hufel. Journal, xix, i. p. 158.]

Vertigo so that he staggered to and fro as if drunk. [D. CRUGER, (From the fruit.) in Misc. nat. Cur., Dec. iii, ann. 2, obs. 68.]

10. He is giddy when sitting and standing, in the room; he staggers. [Fz.]

(Four successive mornings) after he has risen from bed, vertigo, absence of thoughts; everything hovers before his memory only in a dim and distant manner (weakness of memory), and he seems to have a veil before the eyes, for ten hours. [Fz.]

Staggering. [PFENNING, l. c.]

Staggering as from intoxication. [DU GUID, – SWAINE, l. c.]

He staggers when walking. [Fr.H-n.]

15. He staggers about the room and seems to be looking for something. [Fz.]

He always knocks up against the door, when going out at it. [Fz.]

A disagreeable lightness in the head, with weak feeling in it.

Intoxication (aft. 8 h.).

Intoxication and heaviness in the body (aft. 1 h.).

20. Intoxication. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, (From root, in an old man.)Impet. Fac. Hipp., L., B., 1745, p. 282 – BRERA, (Not accessible.) in Harles, Bemerk, ub. D. Behandl. D. Hunswuth, Frft. A. M., 1809, 4.]

Intoxication with thirst and great flow of escalding urine. [GREDING, l. c., p. 301.]

Rush of blood to the head. [SCHROER, (From seeds, in children.) in Hufel. Journ., x, I, p. 195.]

Heat of the head and sparkling eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

Apoplexy. [BUCHNER, (Not found.) Bersl. Samml., 1727.]

25. Weakness of the head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 307.]

Heaviness in the head. [A. F. WEDENBERG, (Statement.) Diss. de Stramonii usu in Morbis Convulsivis, Ups., 1773, 4.]

Stupefaction of the head. (King’s word in “numbness,” Gerding’s “obnubilatio.”) [KING, l. c. – GREDING, l. c., p. 271.]

Stupefaction of the head with dimness of vision. [GREDING, l. c., p. 290.]

Stupidity. [FOWLER, (From seeds in children.) Medical and Philosoph. Comment., v, p. 161.]

30. She sits devoid of reason and immovable like a statue. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Stupid feeling in the head.

Stupid feeling in the head. [Fr.H-n.]

Diminished memory.

The loose of consciousness seems to be attended by an internal restlessness, and to proceed from that.

35. Obscuration of all the senses. [DU GUID, l. c.]

After the obscuration of all the senses and anxiety, red miliary rash (In original, “purpura.”) on the back, with sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 289.]

Extreme insensibility of all the senses. (Literally, “entire unconsciousness.”) [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Insensibility. [SWAINE, l. c., p. 285. – FOWLER, l. c.]

40. Violent headache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 293. – DODERLIN, (From cooked plant.)Comm. Lit. Nor., 1744, p. 15. – FOWLER, l. c.]

Obtuse headache. [STOERCK, (Effect of sleeping in a room where he had been expressing the juice of the fresh leaves.) Lib. de Stram., Acon., Hyoscyam., Viennae, 1762, p. 5.]

Pain in the head and pelvis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Headache with anorexia. [GREDING, l. c., p. 278.]

Alternately headache and distension of the abdomen. [GREDING, l. c., p. 279.]

45. Squeezing headache.

Throbbing headache in the right temple, with diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 310.]

Giddy headache. With faintness and thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 327.]

Pains in the head and eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 325.]

Severe headache and toothache, with profuse flow of tears. [GREDNIG, l. c., p. 325.]

50. Convulsions of the head and arms, with hiccup. [GREDING, l. c., p. 232.]

Spasmodic drawing only of the head, with snoring. [GREDING, l. c., p. 333.]

Spasmodic drawing only of the head and eyes, with grinding of the teeth. [GREDING, l. c., p. 232.]

Frequent raising of the head from the pillow. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Spasmodic drawing only of the head on both sides, with screaming and raising of the arms over the head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 298.]

55. In the morning moving of the head to and fro, with extreme thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

Moving of the head to and fro, which was interrupted by hiccup. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

Swollen face distended by blood. [KELLNER, (Not found.) Bresl. Samml., 1727.]

Swelling of the face. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Swelling of the face with very red cheeks and lips. [J. F. LOBSTEIN, Obs. de Stram Sem. Virt. Ven., in Append. Diss. Spielmann et Geurin de Plant. Venen Alsat., Argent., 1766.]

60. Swelling of face, eyes, and tongue. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Swelling and redness of the eyes and face. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Redness of the face, [KAAW BOERHAAVE, – PFENNIG, – DODERLIN, l. c.]

The skin of the forehead is wrinkled, the look staring, the whole face distorted and horrible. (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

His face is at first pleasant-looking, all except the staring eyes; but at last it is quite disfigured by deep furrows which run from the inner canthus of the eye to the cheek, and by furrows over the commissure of the mouth down from the alae nasi, and by knitted eyebrows, and at first looks frightful with the sparkling eyes; but after an hour it is disfigured by dim eyes (aft. ½, 2 h.). [Fz.]

65. At first his face looks quite pleasant, with the exception of dilated pupils, it is then disfigured by deep furrows and wrinkled forehead like the face of a person suffering from anxiety. [Fz.]

The face is red and puffy on the cheeks, but above is narrowly contracted and gloomy. [Fz.]

Frequent redness of face with staring eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 232.]

Erysipelas on the right side of the cheeks, nose, and face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Paleness of the face. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 293 and 307.]

70. Very profuse sweat on face and forehead. [GREDING, l. c., p. 334.]

Pupils quite contracted, they scarcely dilate at all in the dark; he sees everything much smaller and more distant, and like a person dazzled by the light (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

Dilatation of the pupils. [KING, – KAAW BOERHAAVE, – VICAT, l. c.]

Extremely dilated pupils with obscuration of sight. [BRERA, l. c.]

Pupils extremely dilated (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

75. After drinking vinegar the pupils again become extremely contracted. [Fz.]

Dilated, immovable pupils. [PFENNIG, – SCHROER, l. c.]

Dull, sad look. [DU GUID, l. c.]

Sparkling eyes, with complaints of dazzling of the sun’s rays, (Though no such cause was actually present.) and anorexia. [GREDING, l. c., p. 273.]

Gleaming eyes. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

80. Staring eyes. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Staring sleepy eyes. (In original, “dull, heavy eyes.”) [SWAINE, l. c.]

Burning of the eyes with dimness of vision and profuse sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 314.]

Pressure and tension in both eyes, for six days (aft. 2 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

Pressure in the eyelids, as if they were swollen, which they are, or as if they were overcome by sleep; hence a great inclination to sleep, which, however, he succeeds in overcoming (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

85. Ulcerated eyelids. [GREDING, l. c., p. 272.]

At night the eyelids stick together. [GREDING, l. c., p. 288.]

Swelling of the eyes. [FOWLER, Med. edinb. Comment., v, p. 170.]

Swollen eyes, with very dilated pupils and turning of the eyeballs to all sides. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

The eyes are involuntarily closed, blackness before the eyes. [Fz.]

90. Swollen and inflamed eyelids.

Hanging down of the upper eyelid as if caused by a spasm of the orbicular muscle. [Fz.]

The white of the eyes and the edges of the lids are red, the eyes weep much. [Fz.]

The eyes are excessively sensitive to daylight, they weep (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

Involuntary weeping.

95. Weeping of the left eye. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

Weeping of the right eye. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

Weeping of both eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

Without consciousness, he sheds tears. [GREDING, l. c., p. 267.]

Weeping of both eyes, with dimness of vision. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

100. He opens his closed eyes only when spoken to. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Dimness of vision. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 271, 273, 274, 280, 283.]

Obscuration of sight. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 264, 275, – L. L. ODHELIUS, (Not accessible.) men. Sur l’us du Strmonium, pa. 4, 1773.]

Great obscuration of sight. [GREDING, l. c., p. 293.]

Extreme obscuration of sight. [GREDING, l. c., p. 316.]

105. Every morning, obscuration of sight. [GREDING, l. c., p. 278.]

Usually every morning dimness of vision, as if the eyes were covered by a veil. [GREDING, l. c., p. 287.]

Dimness of vision with great thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 327.]

Almost complete blindness, for six hours, after which on the following day (in the secondary action) a pressure as if from the centre of the eyeball outwards ensued at every change of light, either when he came into the sun or suddenly into the dark.

Along with dimness of vision at the same time thirst and sweat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 284.]

110. After dimness of vision, blear-eyed. (Literally “lippitudo.”) [GREDING, l. c., p. 314.]

After dimness of vision vertigo, then headache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 301.]

Very clear vision, more distant than ordinary. (Curative action after 24 h.).

Long-continued presbyopia; he could only read writing at a considerable distance. [GREDING, l. c., p. 310.]

During the contraction of the pupils (reproduced by drinking vinegar) all objects appear extremely small, he hardly sees distant objects at all; but if he looks into the sun the pupils remain fixed, and it is quite black before his eyes. [Fz.]

115. Small objects, e.g. the point of a needle, he cannot perceive. [KING, l. c.]

Indistinct, confused vision. [KING, l. c.]

Objects always appear to have a sloping position.

False vision; all objects seem sloping. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Displaced diplopia; small objects he sees in their true position, but, as it were, a second example of them is perceived above and to one side. [Fr.-n.]

120. Diplopia. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 275, 280.]

It seemed to him as if he saw the objects through coarse linen, as if only in bits, and as if cut through, e.g. of a face he only sees the nose, &c., just as though the eyes had only a small field of vision, and he could only see a small point at once.

Objects appear multiplied and of various colours. [KING, l. c.]

He fancies he around white things, e.g. around a piece of paper, a reddish grey border.

Black things appear of a grey colour. [Fr.H-n.]

125. Black letters appear to him grey, and as if another of a lighter grey stood above and at the side of it (a kind of diplopia) e.g. F. (When he attempted to draw this appearance, he first drew a single f, and in order to draw the second he went over the same marks, and yet imagined that he had indicated the double appearance.)

He sees in the room objects that are not there. [KING, l. c.]

She sees fiery appearances before the eyes. [JOHNSON, (From seeds, in an adult. – Literally, “She had repeatedly a sensation of a flashing light, which made her think that she saw it lighten” (comp. S, 78) in Med. Facts and Observ., vol. v, p. 78.]

When reading he could not bring out a syllable; the letters seemed to move and run into one another.

Vision obscured, like a mist before the eyes, as if he saw the objects through a glass of turbid water; the objects seemed as if they flowed into one another, and as though they were too distant.

130. Loose of the senses of sight and hearing. [KELLNER, l. c.]

Wind is discharged from both ears. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Shuddering on the chin. [VAN EMS, (Nothing about Stramonium found here.) in H. Boerhaave, Praelect. De Morb. Nerv., I, p. 237.]

Wind is discharged from both ears. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Shuddering on the chin. [VAN EMS, (Nothing about Stramonium found here.) in H. Boerhaave, Praelect. De Morb. Nerv., I, p. 237.]

Trembling of lips, hands and feet. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

The lips have a yellow stripe on their vermillion, as in malignant fevers, and stick fast together; he fears they might grow together. [Fz.]

135. Toothache. [GREDNIG, l. c., p. 319.]

Throbbing pain in the teeth as if some of the teeth would fall out.

Grinding of the teeth. [KELLNE, – KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Grinding of the teeth with shivering all over the body. [GREDING, l. c., p. 293.]

Grinding of the teeth, during which he raises the hands above the head and moves them as if he were winding thread. [GREDING, l. c., p. 394.]

140. Grinding of the teeth, with dulness of the head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 394.]

Grinding of the teeth, twisting of the hands and shivering. [GREDNIG, l. c., p. 294.]

Trismus with closed lips. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

He mutters to himself. [DU GUID, – PFENNIG, l. c.]

Constant muttering. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

145. The patient cries out till he is hoarse. [GREDING, l. c., p. 272.]

He cries out till he loses his voice. [GREDING, l. c., p. 323.]

The patient stammers. [KING, – DU GUID, – (aft. ½ h.). SWAINE, – KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

He stammers and speaks imperfectly. [BRERA, l. c.]

He speaks little, and then stammers out single, interrupted words in a loud voice. [Fz..]

150. His speech is quite deficient in proper modulation; it is much higher and finer, it is a mere intonation of the voice, he cannot bring out any word that can be understood (He hears and feels this himself and gets anxious about it). [Fz.]

A kind of paralysis of the vocal organs, he must try for a long time before a word comes out; he only stammers and stutters (aft. 4, 5 h.). [Fz.]

He is dumb and does not answer. (With S. 37.) [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Dumbness. [SWAINE, – VICAT, l. c.] – GREDING, l. c., p. 272.]

To a great extent dumb, he indicates his wishes by pointing to objects. [SAUVAGES, (Observation.) Nosol. Ii, p. 212.]

155. Dumb, quiet and pulseless, with paralysed limbs, he lay for six to seven hours without consciousness, then tossed about raging furiously in bed, made innumerable signs to those around him which could not be understood, and then again became quiet [DU GUID, l. c.]

Sensation as if the interior of the mouth were raw and excoriated (aft. 24 h.).

The tongue is paralysed, or when he wishes to put it out it trembles, as in typhoid fever. [KING, l. c.]

Swelling of the tongue. [FOWLER, Edinb, Med. Comment., v., p. 170.]

The tongue is swollen all over. [GREDING, l. c., p. 285.]

160. The swollen tongue hangs out of the mouth. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Bloody foam before the mouth. [UNZER, (Not accessible.) Med. Handbuch, ii, § 28.]

Hydrophobia. [BRERA, l. c.] (In connexion with the symptoms recorded in their proper places: restlessness; the most violent convulsions, during which he was furious so that he must be bound; sleepless, he turned very restlessly about in bed, and uttered a piercing cry; he was delirious without memory or consciousness; extremely dilated pupils; excessive desire to bite and tear everything with his teeth; extreme dryness of the interior of the mouth and fauces; horrible convulsions on seeing a light, a mirror, or water, insuperable repugnance to water, with constriction and convulsion of the oesophagus, slaver from the mouth, and frequent spitting.)

Fear or horror of water and every other liquid, with spasmodic movements. [DE WITT., (Observation. – (Vol. I, p. 84, or English edition.) in Phys. Med. Journale, Lepiz., 1800, January.]

Horror of watery fluids, as in hydrophobia, which became transformed into fury when his lips were wetted. (The convulsions (S. 420) thereupon returned.) [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

165. Excessive dryness in the mouth, so that he can hardly eat a bit of roll; it tastes like straw.

Dryness of the palate, so that he cannot eat a bit of roll. [Fr.H-n.]

Great dryness in the mouth, so that he cannot spit out any saliva, with moist-looking, clean tongue.

Extreme dryness in the mouth and absence of saliva; he can not spit, though the tongue is pretty moist and clean. [Fr.H-n.]

Dryness of the tongue and palate so that they felt quite rough, at first without thirst (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

170. Velum palati drawn deep down, food and drink went down with difficulty and with scrapy pain of the velum palati.

Extreme dryness of the interior of the mouth. [BRERA, l. c.]

Extreme aridity of the tongue and mouth. [DU GUID, l. c.]

Sensation of dryness of the tongue and throat. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Great feeling of dryness in the mouth and absence of saliva, whilst the tongue looks moist and clean. [Mch.]

175. Great dryness in the mouth and fauces. [GREDING, l. c., p. 295.]

Dryness of the mouth, thirst; dimness of vision, sparkling eyes, sweat and diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 286.]

During the dryness of the mouth and palate, violent thirst (aft. 6 h.)., and at the same time such a want of taste that he drank nearly a pint of vinegar at a draught; without tasting it. [Fz.]

Tobacco alone has still some taste, but food tastes like sand and becomes packed together in the oesophagus, so that he fears he shall be choked (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Buttered bread tastes like sand, on account of dryness of the mouth; it sticks in the oesophagus and threatens to choke him. [Fz.]

180. Dryness in the throat.

Inability to swallow on account of dryness in the throat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 297.]

Dryness of the throat, with frequent urination. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

Thirst with great dryness of the throat. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

His oesophagus is as if constricted. [DAN CRUGER, l. c.]

185. Inability to swallow.

Dysphagia with shooting pain in the oesophagus.

Dysphagia with (aching) pain in the submaxillary glands.

She attempts to partake of bread and milk, but cannot swallow either. [FOWLER, Edinb. Med. Comment., v., p. 170.]

Constrictive feeling in the fauces after eating (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

190. The throat is as if constricted, as though he would choke, or would have a stroke of apoplexy. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Constriction and spasm of the oesophagus. [BRERA, l. c.]

Choking in the throat.

Thirst. [ODHELIUS, l. c.]

Extreme thirst. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 271, 293.]

195. Thirst with headache. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 271, 293.]

Violent thirst with frequent discharge of urine with scalding sensation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 301.]

Long-continued thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 283.]

Extremely troublesome thirst with slavering. [Commentarii de rebus in med. et sc. Nat. gestis, (Not found.) vol. ii, p. 241.]

Frequent ejection of saliva. [BRERA, l. c.]

200. Slaver from the mouth. [BRERA, l. c.]

Salivation.

Great flow of saliva. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 273, 290.]

Long-continued salivation with diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 283.]

Great flow of saliva with ever increasing thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 314.]

205. Excessive flow of saliva, amounting to three or four pints in the day and night. [GREDING, l. c., p. 316.]

Salivation with hoarseness. [GREDING, l. c., p. 278.]

Flow of viscid saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 328.]

Good appetite with very viscid saliva in the mouth. [GREDING, l. c., p. 330.]

Hiccup. [FOWLER, l. c.]

210. Violent hiccup. [GREDING, l. c., p. 298.]

Sour eructation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 306.]

Persistent bitterness in the mouth, all food also tastes bitter. [Fr.H-n.]

Food has a spoilt taste. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

215. Everything tastes like straw. [Fr.H-n.]

Diminished appetite. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

Loss of appetite.

Undiminished appetite with pain in the abdomen, diarrhoea and vomiting. [GREDING, l. c., p. 283.]

Increased appetite.

220. (During artificial vomiting the limbs twitched.) [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Nausea, loathing.

Inclination to vomit. [FOWLER, – BRERA, l. c.]

In the evening, inclination to vomit, with profuse salivation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 279.]

Nausea, with flow of exceptionally salt saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 334.]

225. At night vomiting. [GREDING, l. c., p. 265.]

Vomiting of bile after slight movement, even on merely sitting up in bed.

In the evening vomiting of green bile. [GREDING, l. c., p. 264.]

In the evening he vomits bile with mucus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 269.]

Vomiting of green mucus, with thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 288.]

230. Vomiting of sour-smelling mucus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 297.]

In the evening vomiting of mucus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 266.]

Smarting pain in the stomach. (Not found.) [DODERLIN, l. c.]

Pressive pain in the stomach. [GREDING, l. c., p. 279.]

Pressure at the praecordium.

235. Anxiety about the scrobiculus cordis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 274.]

Anxiety about the scrobiculus cordis, with dry heat of the body. [GREDING, l. c., p. 274.]

Great anxiety about the scrobiculus cordis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Anxiety about the scrobiculus cordis and difficult respiration. [GREDING, l. c.]

240. Abdomen distented, especially in the region of the scrobiculus cordis. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Distension of the abdomen in the evening, with heat of the body and anxiety in the scrobiculus cordis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 278.]

Distension of the abdomen. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Sensation as if the abdomen were distented to the utmost.

A not hard distension of the abdomen.

245. Distented, but not hard abdomen. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

In children the abdomen is greatly swollen, from eating thorn apple seeds, with anxiety in the scrobiculus cordis, cold sweat, chilliness in the limbs, confused intellect, stupefied half-slumber, and anxious evacuations upwards and downwards. [ALBERTI, (Effect of eating seeds.) Jurisp. Med., I, p. 206.]

Abdomen excessively distented, not painful to the touch. [PFENNIG.]

Upper part of the abdomen tense, hard and painful . [GREDING, l. c., p. 285.]

Rumbling and grumbling in the abdomen. [KELLNER, l. c.]

250. Rumbling in the belly with diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

Rumbling in the belly with colic. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 279, 290.]

Great formication in the abdomen for seven days. [Fr.H-n.]

Rumbling in the belly with obscuration of sight. [GREDING, l. c., p. 300.]

He complains of rumbling in the hypogastrium, as if living animals cried and moved in all toe bowels. (The words from “as of” are not in the original.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 321.]

255. Bellyache, rumbling, and diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 327.]

Bellyache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 264.]

Severe pain in the belly, as if it were swollen; merely touching the side caused pain in the abdomen.

Pain in the abdomen, diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 266.]

Pain in the abdomen followed by diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

260. Colicky pains. (In the original, “borborygmi” only.) [WEDENBERG, l. c.]

Pressive pain in the abdomen. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

Tearing pain in the abdomen, as though the navel would be torn out, the pain goes thence into the chest.

Bellyache, watery vomiting and diarrhoea. [GREDING, l. c., p. 274.]

Inguinal bubo.

265. He has call to stool, but can evacuate nothing till twenty-four hours afterwards. [Fz.]

Constipation. (Should be, “bowels more costive.”) [GREDING, l. c., p. 261.]

Constipation for six days, without any feeling of fulness or tension of the abdomen.

Suppression of all the excretions.

Twisting pain in the bowels before every evacuation of them; every hour there occurred a blackish diarrhoeic stool (aft. 36 h.). [Fr.H-n.]

270. Diarrhoea on six successive days. [Fr.H-n.]

Diarrhoea, which goes off with profuse perspiration. [GREDING l. c., p. 266.]

Diarrhoea with increasing appetite. [GREDING, l. c., p 268.]

Diarrhoea with paleness of face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 291.]

Stools smelling of asafoetida. [GREDING, l. c., p. 320.]

275. Discharge of clotted blood from the anus.

Haemorrhoidal flux for several days.

Discharge of a great quantity of flatus. [GREDING, l. c., p. pp. 275. 327.]

He had very frequent calls to urinate, but the urine was each time kept back for a minute before it passed, and though it only dribbled away yet a large quantity was passed in the forenoon (aft. 4 and 5 h.). [Fz.]

During micturition, though there are frequent pressing and urging no stream is formed; the urine comes away warmer than usual but only by drops; he cannot hasten its discharge nor press out the last drops, but he has not the slightest painful sensation in the urethra, except that it seemed to him as if a cylindrical body were pushed through the urethra. (After drinking vinegar there came again a thin stream, and he had not such frequent calls to urinate.)[Fz.]

280. Suppressed evacuation of urine and stool. (For fourteen hours.) [SWAINE, l. c.]

Retention of urine. (Greding merely says that the usual involuntary discharge of urine during the fit did not taker place.) [Greding, l. c., p. 325.]

Diuresis with shivering and rumbling in the abdomen. [GREDING, l. c., p. 327.]

The urine passed without effort; he could keep it back, but it always seemed to him as though he had no power to retain his urine and lose to the neck of the bladder; at the same time he had a feeling as if the urethra were too narrow and unable to expand.

Profuse, involuntary discharge of urine. [DE WITT, l. c.]

285. Profuse diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 262, 267, 288, 291, 203, 297.]

Profuse diuresis, without thirst. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 275, 327.]

Lascivious, lewdness. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Complete inability to perform coitus. [SAUVAGES, (Not accessible.) Epist. ad Haller, iii.]

Impotence. (Temporary loss of sexual energy after convalescence from poisoning.) [SAUVAGES, Nosol, ii, p. 241.]

290. Lascivious odour of the body during menstruation. [GREDNG, l. c., p. 335.]

Excessive talkativeness during menstruation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 335.]

Watery (In original, “dilute.”) menses. [GREDING, l. c., p. 284.]

Discharge of black blood from the uterus. [GREDING, l. c., p. 275.]

Increased catamenia; the blood comes away in large clots.

295. Too profuse catamenia, metrorrhagia, with drawing pains in the abdomen. Thighs, and other limbs.

Profuse catamenia. (In original, “rather more copious catamenia.”) [GREDING, l. c., p. 280.]

Immoderate menstrual flux. [GREDING, l. c., p. 255.]

The catamenia that had been absent four years return. (Literally, ‘VIOLENT girding across the thorax.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 282.]

Immediately after the menses erysipelas on the left cheek. [GREDING, l. c., p. 285.]

300. After the menses hiccup and whining. [GREDING, l. c., p. 328.]

The nose is stopped up. [Fz.]

The nose seems to him to be stopped up and dry, though he can get air through it.

The nose seems to him to be stopped up, though he can readily get air through it. [Fr.H-n.]

Frequent sighing. [PFENNING, l. c.]

305. His chest feels violently constricted across. (In original, “unusual pain and anxiety.”)

An aching pain in the chest and sternum, produced by talking.

Hard pressure anteriorly on the cartilages of the third and fourth ribs, widifficult breathing; he cannot draw in enough air, without great anxiety (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

Sensation as if something turned round in the chest, followed by heat of the face.

Oppression and unusual pains. (In original, “unusual pain and anxiety.”) [DE WITT, l. c.]

310. After lying down at night, cutting pain in the sternum, which goes off on the discharge of flatus, but returns.

During dyspnoea anxiety about the scrobiculus cordis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 307.]

Dyspnoea.

Tightness of breath.

His breath is more and more taken away and he becomes blue in the face. [GREDING, l. c.]

315. Sensation of dryness in the chest. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Haemoptysis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 262.]

Slow inspiration and very quick expiration. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

A drawing (rheumatic) pain proceeding from the side of the neck into the limbs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 285.]

Bruised pain in the back and abdomen, excited by moving (aft. 12 h.).

320. Pain in the back and shoulder, as if bruised (aft. 12 h.).

A spot in the back which is painful when touched and per se.

A small spot on the back with drawing pain when touched.

Drawing tearing pains in the back and upper part of the abdomen (aft. 1 h.).

Drawing pain in the middle of the spine, with drawing pain opposite at the back of the stomach.

235. Drawing pain in the middle of the spine.

Drawing pains in the sacrum.

Rheumatic pain in the side and back. [GREDING, l. c., p. 290.]

Severe pain in the loins. [GREDING, l. c., p. 319.]

Fine sharp pricks in the forearm and rheumatic contractive pain in the deltoid muscle (aft. 32 h.). [Fz.]

330. Trembling of the arms when eating.

Trembling of the sound hand when eating. [Fr.H-n.]

Trembling of a sound hand when eating.

He grasps hastily and quickly, thinks he has already seized the object before he has touched it, and when he does hold it he does not feel that he has got it (aft. 4-5 h.). [Fz.]

Spasmodic tenseness of the whole lower limbs (aft. 36 h.). [Fz.]

335. Drawing pains in the thighs.

Pain in the right thigh. [GREDING, l. c., p. 311.]

Some sharp stitches on the right tibia. [Fz.]

Several boils on the feet. [GREDING, l. c., .p 333.]

Burning and itching on the feet. [GREDING, l. c., p. 334.]

340. Rheumatic drawing (pressure) in the left tarsus, in the evening (aft. 36 h.). [Fz.]

Burning on the dorsum of the foot, sometimes slighter sometimes severer (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

He longs for open air. [SWAINE, l. c.]

He runs too quickly, as fast as he can , when he wants to go from one place to another. [Fz.]

Extraordinary excitement; he moves so quickly (in the first hour) that at last all movement ceases and blackness comes before his eyes, [Fz.]

345. He does all movements with such diligence, haste and power, that he becomes anxious if he does not get through them immediately. [Fz.]

Tottering of the limbs when walking and standing.

Although his walk is staggering yet his legs execute his will so easily that it seems to him he has none; they seem to him to be much longer, so that when walking he thinks he touches the ground when he is still a span from it, and hence at last he brings down the foot every time very quickly. [Fz.]

In going upstairs he always takes two steps at a time, because he thinks they are but one, nor does he observe this until he tumbles.[Fz.]

Syncope. [GREDING, l. c., p. 274.]

350. Faintness, in the forenoon, with very pale face, and thereafter anorexia. [GREDING, l. c., p. 298.]

Faintness, with great dryness in the mouth. [GREDNIG, l. c., p. 327.]

During syncope snoring. [GREDING, l. c., . 321.]

After the syncope spasm only of the head towards both sides, with red face. [GREDING, l. c., p. 332.]

Heaviness of the limbs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 314.]

355. Heaviness of the feet and weariness of the thighs. (Literally, “lassitudo erurum pedumque pondus.”) [GREDING, l. c., p. 310.]

Weariness of the limbs (aft. 2 h.). [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Lazy movement of the limbs with formication in them. [GREDING, l. c., p. 301.]

On the slightest movement heat on the whole body and perspiration (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

Difficulty of moving and formication in the limbs, with watering of the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

360. Sensation in the arms and legs as if the limbs were severed from the body. [Fr.H-n.]

Sensation as if every portion of the limbs were completely severed in the joints from the other parts and could not be joined together again.

He feels his hands and feet as if separated in the joints, and he is inconsolable on account of this sensation. [Fr.H-n.]

The limbs go to sleep.

The limbs go to sleep. (Not found.)[DODERLIN, l. c.]

365. Difficulty of moving, with almost extinguished pulse. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Immobility. [DU GUID, l. c.]

Stiff immobility of the body, the child’s arms and legs could not be moved (aft. 1 h.). [HEIM, (From seeds, in a child.) in Selle’s Neue beitrage z. Nat. u. Arzn., ii, p. 125.]

Immobility of the limbs, she cannot move (a kind of catalepsy).

Voluntary muscular movement is lost (catalepsy (The author says nothing about “catalepsy.”) ) and the senses are gone, but swallowing is unaffected. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

370. Stiffness of the whole body. (aft. 1 h.). [UNZER, l. c.]

Paralysed limbs. [SWAINE, – VICAT, l. c.]

Paralysed thighs. [VICAT, l. c.]

Various parts of the body become paralytic. [KING, l. c.]

He is like to fall down on rising from a seat (in the first 8 h.). [Fz.]

375. He cannot walk alone; he falls when not supported. [M., in Baldinger’s Neues Magaz., (Not found.) vol. I, p. 35.]

The lower extremities knuckle under him when walking. [Fz.]

Weakness of the body, weariness of the feet.

Weak in walking. [SAUVAGES, Nosolog., ii, p. 242.]

He cannot stand on his feet. [SCHROER, l. c.]

380. All his parts of the body, and also in the palms, a great eruption of lumps, like wheals, with pricking itching as from stinging-nettles per se, aggravated by rubbing.

Intense desire to lie down.

He must lie down in bed. [DU GUID,- SWAINE,- LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Drowsy and staggering. [BRERA, l. c.]

385. Sleep. [SCHROER, l. c.]

Sleep for a few hours (aft. a few m.). [SAUVAGES, l. c.]

Drowsiness by day. [GREDING, l. c., p. 281.]

He falls asleep by day, and wakes with an important and pompous air. [Fr.H-n.]

He often falls asleep, and on awaking assumes a comical majestic look.

390. Quiet sleep. (Curative effect.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 267.]

Quiet sleep on the cessation of the convulsions. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Sleep for four and twenty hours. [J. C. GRIMM, (Observation.) in Eph. Nat. Cur., cent. ix, obs. 94.]

Difficulty of waking in the morning.

It causes in some deep sleep, sometimes for twenty-four hours, so that they lie as if dead. [GARCIAS AB HORTO, (Statement.) De Plantis, lib. ii, cap. 24.]

395. After a deep dreamful sleep (aft. 24 h.)., in which he has a seminal emission, he is quite dizzy and only sees as if through a veil. [Fz.]

Deep, sound sleep, in which he breathes deeply with a great effort, and snores during inspiration and expiration [Fz.]

Deep sleep with snoring. [UNZER, l. c.]

Deep snoring sleep with occasional drawing up of the thighs. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Slumber with rales.

Bloody foam before the mouth; dark brown face, death. (After six hours, from swallowing the seeds, in child of eighteen months, in whom after death were many brown stripes on the body externally, and on opening the body there is found much yellow water in the abdominal cavity, the bowels distented with flatulence, similar brown stripes on the liver, spleen and lungs much water in the percardium, the heart shrivelled, and in it, as also in all the blood-vessels, quite fluid, thin blood.) [HEIM, l. c., p. 126.]

400. He lies on his back with open, staring eyes. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, . c.]

Restless sleep.

Restless sleep, violent headache, and profuse diuresis. [GREDING, l. c., p. 310.]

Very restless dreamful sleep, with turning about in bed. [GREDING, l. c., p. 295.]

Vivid historical dreams.

405. Dreams of various kinds. [RAY, (From the root.) Histor. Plantar., tom. i.]

After restless sleep violent headache, vertigo, flow of tears and saliva. [GREDING, l. c., p. 279.]

Sleep brokenby crying out. [GREDING, l. c., p. 283.]

At night crying and howling. [GREDING, l. c., p. 268.]

Waking up from sleep with crying out. [GREDING, l. c., p. 334.]

410. Remained awake all night, turned about restlessly in bed, and uttered a piercing cry. [BRERA, l. c.]

Sleeplessness. [SWAINE, (Not found in SWAINE.) l. c. – GREDING, l. c., p. 268.]

Persistent cramp on both hands and feet. [GREDING, l. c., p. 296.]

The hands are doubled up into a fist (yet the thumbs are not bent in), but they can be spread out. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Violent movement of the limbs. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

415. Constant movements of the hands and arms, as though he were spinning or weaving (aft. 8 h.). [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Convulsions of the limbs.

Convulsions. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, – DODERLIN,- BUCHNER, l. c.]

In bed the most violent convulsions, during which he was furious, so that he must be bound (aft. 6 h.). [BRERA, l. c.]

Horrible convulsions on seeing a light, a mirror or water. [BRERA, l. c.]

420. The convulsions and delirium are particularly apt to be excited by touching, and they are followed by weakness. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

The convulsions with dilated pupils still continued, even after the pulse had become slower, the breathing freer, and the tension of the abdomen was gone (after emetics and clyster.) (aft. 18 h.). [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Spasmodic movements. [DE WITT, l. c.]

Spasms firsts on the left arm, then on the right leg, then very quick spasms of the head in all directions. [GREDING, l. c., p. 297.]

He moves the limbs to and fro. [KELLNER, l. c.]

425. Trembling of the hands on grasping anything, [Fz.]

Spasmodic jerking drawing upwards and inwards of the anterior crural muscles. [Fz.]

Convulsions, jerk-like twitchings. [Fz.]

Twitchings in the left lower extremity, which commences as shocks, and draw it upwards and inwards. [Fz.]

Spasmodic jerking up of the limbs. [Fz.]

430. Contractions of the hands and feet alternately. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Slow contraction and extension of the limbs, in recurring fits. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Trembling of one and of several limbs.

Trembling of the limbs. [B. BUSCH, (Not found. – (Given as “B. RUSH” in first edition – see SS. 455, 487, 498 of this transation; but this name also untraceable. ALLEN refers all the symptoms under these two names to “B. RUSH, Trans. Of Am. Phil. Soc., Philad., 1769; a child, aet. Between 3 and 4 years, swallowed over 100 dried seeds.) in Philos. Transact., vol. 60, Lond., 1771. – KELLNER, l. c.]

Trembling all over the body. [Fz.]

435. Persistent trembling of the feet. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

Trembling, weak, irregular, sometimes intermittent pulse. [KELLNER, l. c.]

Small, rapid pulse. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Quick, intermittent pulse. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Frequent, quick, small, irregular pulse. [BRERA, l. c.]

440. Small, quick, at last scarcely perceptible pulse. [VICAT, l. c.]

Extinguished pulse. [VICAT, l. c.]

Strong, full pulse of eighty beats. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Strong, full pulse of ninety beats. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Rigor through the whole body with single twitches, sometimes of the whole body, sometimes of single limbs, of the elbows and knee joints, without thirsts. [Fz.]

445. Every time he takes starmonium there comes over him a disagreeable shuddering chill, just as though he were frightened at it (aft. 3, 4, 5 h.). [Fz.]

Coldness of the limbs.

In the morning the feet were very cold and yet very sensitive to every cold draught of air.

Great coldness all over the limbs and trunk. (Literally, “his extremities, and also the trunk of his body, were cold.”) [SWAINE, l. c.]

Coldness of the whole body.

450. Coldness and chilliness for eight hours.

Cold, insensible, weak, she lies on the ground, with weak respiration (aft. 2 h.). [PFENNIG, l. c.]

In the afternoon, chilliness down the back. [GREDING, l .c., p. 288.]

In the night. Chilliness and shivering of the limbs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 303.]

In the afternoon, a trembling tossing or beating of the knees and feet, with perfect consciousness, as from a severe rigor. [GREDING, l. c., p. 330.]

455. Violent fever. [RUSH, l. c.]

Fever in the afternoon. (Apparently only sympathetics, and also the trunk of his body, were cold.”) [GREDING, l. c., p. 265.]

At noon, violent fever, which occurs with equal violence at midnight. [GREDING, l. c., p. 270.]

After the vomiting in the evening, a persistent, violent fever, with profuse sweat. (The beginning of phtisis, of which the patient died.) [GREDING, l. c., p. 265.]

Daily fever, afternoon. [GREDING, l. c., p. 273.]

460. On two days, fever in the evening. [GREDING, l. c., p. 274.]

Fever: at first heat in the head, then coldness of the whole body, then heat of the whole body, with anxiety – sleep during the heat, and after waking very great thirst, so that he has pricking in the palate, till he drinks.

Heat in the face.

Sensation of heat in the face, when the chilliness and coldness are over.

Becomes hot.

465. Towards noon, great heat, redness of the face, vertigo and flow of tears from the eyes. [GREDING, l. c., p. 302.]

Great heat with quick and small pulse, and bright red, vermillion-coloured face. [M., l. c., p. 34.]

He covers himself carefully up during the heat; but if he only puts a finger out from under the clothes, the pain is immediately attack him violently.

In the evening, burning above the knee when walking, and heat throughout the body with the most violent thirst (aft. 12 h.). [Fz.]

Heat of the whole body. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

470. Great heat of the body. [GARDANE. (Effects when given in mania.) Gazette de Sante, 1773, 1774, p. 143.]

Great heat, slight sweat, quick, soft pulse. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Great heat and chattering in sleep. [LOBSTEIN, l. c.]

Profuse sweat. (During convalescence, after antidotes.) [J. C. GRIMM, l. c.]

Sweat with diminished appetite. [GREDING, l. c., p. 266.]

475. At night slight sweat.

Heat and sweat all over, without thirst (aft. 5 h.).

Profuse sweat at night. [GREDINg, l. c., p. 297.]

Very profuse sweat at night. [GREDING, l. c., p. 297.]

Sweat with great thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 272.]

480. Sweat in the back. [GREDING, l. c., p. 293.]

Profuse sweat with good appetite, diarrhoea. Distension of the abdomen and bellyache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 306.]

Violent sweat with great thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 306.]

Great sweat with bellyache. [GREDING, l. c., p. 310.]

Greasy sweat with increased thirst. [GREDING, l. c., p. 290.]

485. Cold sweat all over the body. [BRERA, l. c.]

(Shapeless, fleabite-like spots on the arm)(aft. 3 h.).

Eruption (All eruptions (and itching) after taking stramonium seem to be in the secondary action.) all over the body with swelling, inflammation, itching, [RUSH, l. c.]

Blisters on the skin, after the violent symptoms have abated. [DE WITT, l. c.]

Inflamed, painful pustules on the right (For “right” read “left”) thigh, which exude an acrid water (aft. some weeks). [PFENNIG, l. c.]

490. Itching eruption. [VICAT, l. c.]

Red miliary eruption over the skin.

The chest and back are covered with a red miliary rash, which in the morning is paler, in the afternoon redder and more copious, and more visible when warm, for eleven days; then desquamation. [GREDING, l. c., p. 288.]

In the morning after awaking, itching all over the body. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

Formication in all the limbs. [GREDING, l. c., p. 381.]

495. Formiation under the skin. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 300, 301.]

Formication from the left side down into the thigh or into the toes of the same side, thence upwards into the right thigh and right foot. [GREDING, l. c., p. 330.]

Restlessness. [SWAINE, – BRERA, l. c.]

Delirium. [RUSH, – PFENNIG, l. c.]

In his slumber he hears two persons talking but knows not who they are. [Fz.]

500. He does not seem to observe objects around him, and does not really observe them. [Fz.]

Stupefaction of the senses: some always laugh but hear and see nothing of what is always before their eyes, but they speak and answer all questions as if they were rational, though it seems to them to be only a dream. [GARCIAS Ab HORTO, l. c.]

After waking he recognises nothing about him, takes his and goes to school, but enters at a wrong door (aft. 6 h.). [Fz.]

After waking all objects seem to him new, even his friends as though he had never in his life seen them before. [Fz.]

He appears to himself large and tall, but surrounding objects appear small to him. [Fz.]

505. Absence of mind (24 h.); slight delirium. [KELLNER, l. c.]

He is not quite rational. (Literally, “his mind was unsteady.”) [CRUGER, l. c.]

He fears he is losing his senses. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Loss of reason. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

Idiocy. [SWAINE, l. c.]

510. Folly. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Obtuseness of senses, loss of reason. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Confusion in the head. [ODHELIUS, l. c.]

Wonderful pictures of fantasy. (In sleep.) [RAY, l. c.]

Many strange illusions hover before him. [CRUGER, l. c.]

515. Delirious loquacity, nonsensical chatter. [SWAINE, l. c.]

He was delirious and destitute of memory and recollection. [BRERA, l. c.]

In the intervals of half – consciousness he is aware of his waking dreams, but cannot remember what he had done and said in the previous lucid intervals. [Fz.]

He talks with some one whom he does not recognise, and answers him, as though he were rational, but cannot remember the conversation when he comes to himself. [CPH. A. COSTA, (Effect of eating seeds.) in Schenk, lib. 7, obs. 139.]

He speaks to absent persons as though they were present, and addresses lifeless objects (e.g. chessmen) by the names of those persons, but does not notice any of those around him. [Fz.]

520. Loquacious madness; he complains of a dog biting and tearing the flesh off his chest.

He walks about the room is a reverie, with staring sparkling eyes and blue rings round them, he does not notice external objects, but is only taken up with the objects of his imagination. [Fz.]

He dreams with his eyes open, begins to chatter nonsense, and when his friends set him right, he excuses himself by saying that they had suggested them to him, and immediately recommences his waking dreams and talking about the same subjects. [Fz.]

Insane and irrational, the patient is occupied with thousands of not disagreeable fancies, expresses his wishes by signs without speaking, then runs about for several days occupied with his fancies, with joyous disposition. [SAUVAGES, Nosol., tom. ii, p. 242.]

He dances at night in the churchyard. [SAUVAGES, l. c.]

525. Insane (at. 3 h.)., he dances, gesticulates, bursts out laughing, and sings. [GRIMM, l. c.]

He sings and talks lewdly. [KAAW BOERHAAVE, l. c.]

He is as if an ecstasy and beside himself. [CRUGER, l. c.]

He snatches with his hands, laughs, creeps about in be. [SCHROER, l. c.]

He shows his confusion of mind in his actions: he kneels down and stretches out his arms as though he were searching for something. [DU GUID, l. c.]

530. With staring eyes, and greatly dilated, immovable pupils, he saw nothing, recognised none of his own people, felt about with his hands, as though he would catch hold of something, and stamped with his feet, [M., l. c., p. 34.]

He bends his knees and kneels and stretches out his arms in front of him as though he were searching for something. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Confusion of the understanding, laughing, whining. [CPH, A. COSTA, l. c.]

In fits he chatters incessantly, or gets into a fury and bursts out into loud laughter, or acts as if he were spinning. [GREDING, l. c., p. 266.]

Senseless quarrelling. [GREDING, l. .,cp. 298.]

535. Constant violent quarrelsomeness. [GREDING, l. c., pp. 332, 333.]

With frightful cries he strikes those around him and becomes furious. [GREDING, l. c., p. 277.]

She bites a person standing beside those around him and becomes furious. [GREDING, l. c., p. 277.]

She bites a person standing beside her in the hand. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Fury. [VICAT, l. c.]

Furious delirium. [KRAMMER, (Observations.) in Comm. Lit. Notr., 1733, p. 251.]

540. Ungovernable fury. [SCHROER, l. c.]

She can only be kept in bed by force. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Exertion of strength: a strong man could scarcely hold him down in bed. [PFENNIG, l. c.]

Ungovernable fury; can hardly be held, attacks people, strikes them, and endevours to seize them. [SWAINE, l. c.]

Great desire to bite and tear everything with his teeth that comes near his mouth, even his own limbs. [BRERA, l. c.]

545. Alterations of convulsions and fury; he got such violent spasms that his mother could not keep him on her lap, and when they were allayed he became furious, struck about him, and tried to bite when he was held. [M., l. c.]

Furious endeavours to kill people. [GREDING, l. c., p. 265.]

Furious endeavours to kill himself. [GREDING, l. c., pp 322, 323.]

Nonsensical idea, as though he were killed, roasted, and being devoured. [GREDINg, l. c., p. 323.]

He thinks he is dying, and that he will not live over the evening; he rejoices that he is dying, and gives directions about his funeral, otherwise he is rational and does not feel particularly ill.

550. At night he jumps out of bed and cries out that the disease is breaking out of his head. [GREDING, l. c., p. 325.]

She sometimes cries out about cats, dogs, and rabbits, which were approaching her from above, from the side and from the middle of the room. [FOWLER, l. c.]

Delirious fear, as though a dog were attacking him. [GREDING, l. c., p. 279.]

Frightful pictures of the imagination; he fancies he sees ghosts. [GREDING, l. c., p. 276.]

He often starts up a if in affright. [M., l. c.]

555. Sadness. (At first.) [VICAT, l. c.]

In the evening after lying down in bed very sad, with thoughts of death and violent weeping.

The imagination is confused and disturbed by fear. [KING, l. c.]

Strange objects always appear before his imagination, causing him to start. [Fz.]

She fancies she sees a number of people who are not present, and she grasps at them. [FOWLER, l. c.]

560. Frightful fancies take possession of his mind, and terror and fear are depicted in his features. [KING, l. c.]

In the moments of consciousness he begged to be held as he was falling. [M,. l. c.]

His surroundings appear to him quite strange: although in the first minutes he knows that he is surrounded by his friends, he forgets this in the second minute, and imagines he is quite alone in a desert, and is afraid; figures of beasts suddenly spring out of the ground at his side, so that he moves to the other side, where, however, other similar figures pursue him, and he runs forward. [Fz.]

As a rule he has more imaginary figures at his side than in front of him, they all inspire him with horror (between 3 and 4 h.) [Fz.]

He always imagines he is alone and is afraid. [Fz.]

565. Nowhere has he rest, is startled by dream-pictures, even when his eyes are open, which in the form of big dogs, cats and other horrible beasts, grow out of the ground at his side, and from which he jumps away to the side with signs of terror, and knows not how to save himself. [Fz.]

Disposed to start, excited (aft. 32 h.). [Fz.]

Despair.

Great crossness amounting to violence, immediately followed by disposition to laugh, and loud laughter.

Alterations of consciousness and madness. (Literraly, “restless and delirius by turns.”) [SWAINE, l. c.]

STAPHISAGRIA

(Stavesacre.)

(From vol. v, 2nd edit. 1826.)

(A drachm of the seeds of Delphinium staphisagria is pulverised, along with an equal quantity of chalk (for the purpose of absorbing the oil), and macerated, without heat and daily succession, for a week in 600 drops of alcohol, in order to form the tincture.)

 

The ancient may have made a very rude employment of this seed in order to excite vomiting or salivation, as we may see in DIOSCORIDES, who, however, also talks about its administration for toothache in general, the origin of which application is evidently domestic practice.

JOH. HEINR. SCHULZE (Theses de Materia Medica, editae a C.G. STRUMPFF, Hal., 1746, p. 435) when suffering from toothache took some of it in his mouth, but it gave him such a violent exacerbation that he thought he should go mad. What enormous power must not this drug possess!

As an exterminator of head vermin this seed was called by the Greeks ????okokov, and as such it still enters into the composition of an officinal ointment (unguentum pediculorum).

Now, as out new and only true healing art shows by experience that every drug is medicinal in proportion to the energy of its action on the health, and that is only overcomes that natural disease by virtue of its pathogenetic power provided it is analogous to the latter; it follows that a medicine can subdue the most serious diseases the most injuriously it acts on health human beings and that we have only to ascertain exactly its peculiar injurious effects in order to know to what curative purposes to may be applied in the art of restoring human health. Its power, be it ever so energetic, does not by any means call for its rejection; nay, it makes it all the more valuable; for, on the one hand, its power of altering the human health only reveals to us all the more distinctly and clearly the peculiar morbid states which it can produce on healthy human beings, so that we may all the more surely and indubitably discover the cases of disease in which it is to be employed in similarity (homoeopathically) and therefore curatively; whilst, on the other hand, its energy, be that ever so great, may be easily moderated by appropriate dilution and reduction of dose, so that it shall become only useful and not hurtful if it is found to correspond in the greatest possible similarity to the symptoms of the disease we wish to cure. It is just to the most powerful medicines in the smallest doses that we may look for the greatest curative virtue in the most serious diseases of peculiar character for which this and no other medicine is suitable.

For these unexceptionable reasons I anticipated a great treasure of curative action in the most peculiar diseases from staphisagria; and these reasons of which are recorded in the following symptoms. Thus, curative virtues have been elicited from this medicinal substances which are of infinitely greater value than its power to kill lice (the only medicinal property the ordinary quackish medical art knew it to possess) – curative virtues which the homoeopathic practitioner may make use of with marvellous effect in rare morbid states, for which there is no other remedy but this.

Ten drops of tincture are first intimately mixed by succession with two strokes of the arm with ninety drops of alcohol in order to obtain the first dilution (1/100); of this one drop mixed in the same way with another 100 drops of alcohol gives the 1/10000th dilution; and in this manner through thirty diluting phials in all, the dilution is brought so far that the last phial, which is that destined for medicinal use, contains a decillion-fold dilution (to be marked1/x), of which the smallest portion of a drop (a sugar globule the size is a poppy seed moistened with it) is to be employed as a dose.

I have seen the action of a larger dose more than three weeks.

Camphor subdues the excessive action of this medicine, and is a principal antidote of staphisagria.

[HAHNEMANN’s fellow-provers were CUBITZ, FRANZ, GROSS, GUTMANN. HARTMANN, HAYNEL, HERRMANN. HORNBURG, KUMMER, LANGHAMMER, STAPF, TEUTHORN.]

No old-school authorities are cited.

The 1st edit has 606 symptoms, this 2nd edit,. 721.]

 

STAPHISAGIRA

In the room vertigo, like stupefaction, not on the open air.

On stooping and on turning the head quickly vertigo; every thing whirled round on half a circle (only once).

Vertigo: when walking he ran up against the door.

Vertigo when lying in bed in the evening as if all turned round with him.

5. Whirling vertigo, especially when sitting, diminished by walking about (aft. 1 h.). [Ctz.]

Giddy (aft. 8.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

When standing and speaking confusion of the head, as if vertigo would come on, lasting a long time (aft. 14 h.). [Hnl.]

Whirling in the forehead and dulness in the head (aft. 5 h.). [Stf.]

Confusion of the head, only in front on the centre of the forehead on a small spot the size of a finger-tip, like stupidity – in the street he did not know whether he was walking to the right or left: he had to take great care.

10. Confusion of the head only in fits; sometimes his head was quite free and clear.

The head is confused, as if stupid and heavy (aft. ½ h.). [Hnl.]

The head is always confused and the spirits depressed. [Kr.]

Obtuseness of the mind, which kept him from work of all sorts.

Dazed in the head as in catarrh. [Stf.]

15. When he wishes to seize on an idea it escapes him. Vanishing of the thoughts; when he speaks or reflects on any subject and some one interrupts him, or suggests to him another thought, he immediately forgets the first thought and cannot recall it. [Gss.]

Vanishing of the thoughts (memory disturbed by fancies); when he reflects on anything so many things confusedly mixed together occur to him that he cannot get rid of them and quite forgets what he wished to think about. [Gss.]

 

Vanishing of the thoughts (memory disturbed by fancies); when he reflects on anything so many things confusedly mixed together occur to him that he cannot get rid of them and quite forgets what he wished to think about. [Gss.]

Weakness of memory: when he has read something after a few minutes he remembers it only dimly, and when he thought about anything for himself it soon after escaped him, and after long reflection he could hardly recall it. [Hrr.]

Pain in the whole head like tingling (aft. 5 h.). [Stf.]

20. Tingling and shooting in the whole head, worse when stooping forwards and walking, in the evening, for many hours (aft. 36 h.). [Stf.]

In the morning quite dazed in the head with contractive pressure in the crown (aft. 4 d.). [Fz.]

Headache in the crown like contraction from all sides and pressure. [Fz.]

Headache, alternately stupfying and boring.

Aching stupefying pain in the head, especially in the forehead, more severe when moving the head and when standing. [Lr.]

25. A heavy weight seems to lie on the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone, above the root of the nose, like a kneaded-together lump. [Fz.]

Headache when moving as if all the brain would fail out; also when at rest as if the brain were pressed together, were separated from the skull and lay loosely in it.

On stooping forwards pain in the head as if everything would come out at the forehead (aft. 5 h.). [Stf.]

Headache as if the brain were compressed (chiefly in the forehead), with attacks of roaring in the ears, which goes off much sooner than the headache.[Gss.]

He feels as if the occiput were compressed inwardly and outwardly.

30. A pressing of the brain, especially in the occiput, against the skull bones, and aching in it, as if too much blood had collected there, in the evening before going to bed, which continues after lying down (aft. 39 h.). [Hnl.]

A forcing-out and asunder-pressing pain in the left half of the forehead (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

Aching asunder-pressing heavy pain in the occiput, when walking in the open air (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

Heavy pressure over the right orbit, in the open air (aft. ½ h.). [Htn.]

Heaviness in the head (aft. 72 h.). [Gn.]

35. Heaviness of the head relieved by supporting it on the hand (aft. 1 h.). [Gn.]

When he shook his head he felt on a small spot the middle of the forehead as if there were something heavy there, like a leaden bullet in the brain, which could not be detached.

Hard pressure in the head in the region of the right temporal bone and vertex.[Hrr.]

Hard pressure on the right side of the forehead. [Hrr.]

Pressure above the right eye and drawing upwards. [Fz.]

40. Pressure above the right eye behind the superciliary ridge, as from something hard. [Fz.]

Pressive pain in the left temple outwardly and inwardly, as if the finger were strongly pressed on it. (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Hrr.]

Occasional drawing pressure on the forehead. [Hnl.]

In the morning immediately after waking, severe headache, as if the brain were torn, which went off afterwards with frequent spasmodic yawning.

Tearing in the forehead, in the evening when sitting; on stooping there was shooting in it and it was relieved by walking.

45. Violent tearing pressure through the left half of the brain, especially severe in the forehead, gradually increasing and gradually going off (aft. 54 h.). [Htn.]

Dull, painful, sometimes shooting pressure outwards, first in the whole forehead, then only in the left frontal protuberance, which went off during rest, but returned more violently during movement (aft. 4 h.). [Hnl.]

Occasional sharp pressure on the vertex. [Fz.]

Shooting pain in the head, all day (aft. 17 d.).

Aching stitch-like and drawing pain in the left side of the forehead (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

50. Dull pinching pain in the forehead, with stitches on the temples, which went off by walking, but returned when sitting and standing (aft. 4 h.). [Trn.]

Quick stitches in the top of the frontal bone, making him start. [Fz.]

Boring stitch from within outwards in the vertex (aft. 56 h.). [Gn.]

Single coarse obtuse stitches from the skull into the brain, not far from the crown; at the same time the part is very painful externally, especially when touched.

Pressive boring stitch, lasting a minute, in the whole left half of the forehead, from within outwards, the violence of which wakes him up twice from sleep in the morning (aft. 22.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

55. Sharp burning needle-pricks in the left temple.

Transient burning stitches in the occiput, the first days from the right to the left side, the following days from below upwards. [Ctz.]

Shooting in the left temple.

Obtuse shooting in the right temple, outwardly and inwardly, as if the bone would be pressed out, more violent when touched. [Hrr.]

Drawing cutting tearing in the side of the forehead. [Lr.]

60. Burning shooting pains on the left parietal bone.[Hrr.]

On the frontal bone externally, burning stitches.[Fz.]

Itching over the hairy scalp.

Eroding itching all over the occiput, which compels scratching, by which, however, it is rather aggravated than ameliorated (aft. 14 d.). [Hnl.]

On the upper part of the occiput, an eroding itching, with sore pain, which returns at the same time of the evening and in the same place.[Hnl.]

65. Itching erosion on the hairy scalp, increased by rubbing, for several days. [Hnl.]

Itching on the hairy scalp, like needle-pricks, and eruption of small pimples on the forepart towards the forehead. [Fz.]

On the hairy scalp as also immediately above and behind the ear, an itching, scurfy eruption.

The hairy scalp itches much, is scurfy and exudes watery discharge.

Fine burning needle-pricks externally on the vertex. [Fz.]

70. Much hair can be drawn from the head without pain, by slightly pulling it (aft. 4 h.). [Gn.]

His hairs falls out very much.

Burning in-pressive pain in the left parietal bone, just above the ear (Aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

At the occiput from the occipital joint upwards, rheumatic aching drawing on bending the head forwards.[Fz.]

Painful drawing externally on several parts of the head, more violent when touched. [Hrr.]

75. Tearing externally on the head and in the teeth.

Drawing tearing shooting in the left temple, as if the bone, persisting in a pulsating manner (aft. 40 h.); the following day it returned occasionally with less violence, now in the left, now in the right temple, soon also in the left frontal protuberance, lasting several days. [Hnl.]

Painful drawing on an below the occipital protuberance, at every movement of the head (aft. 10 m.). [Hrr.]

Feeling of excoriation on the right parietal bone, only when touched; on account of the pain he cannot lie at night on the right side (aft. 80 h.). [Gss.]

In the depression behind the ear-lobe, a large but painless lump, with some white papules on the top of it.

80. A stretching pain on the left side of the nape and occiput, only at night, which often wakes him from sleep, and owing to which he cannot lie on either the left or right side.[Lr.]

Itching papules in the nape.

Face as if bloated by catarrh. [Stf.]

He looks so hollow-eyed and big-eyed and so suffering and pinched in his features as if he had been raking over night, or as if after a disagreeable emotional shock. [Stf.]

On the face eruption of small (itching?) discrete pimples.

85. On the face eruption of small pimples, on the forehead, cheeks, and near the commissures of the mouth, which cause pricking itching, and when touched are painful as if festering (aft. 9 h.). [Fz.]

On the face, on the forehead, cheeks, and around the mouth and wrists, eruption of pimples which cause drawing itching, which is removed for only a short time by scratching, but then returns of a pricking character. [Fz.]

The eruption of pimples on the face sometimes causes tensive sore pain of itself; on being touched it pains as if festering. [Fz.]

Throbbing and aching pain in the whole face from the teeth into the eye, for sixteen days.

Very fine needle-pricks in the face and the rest of the body. [Fz.]

90. Burning aching tearing in the right temple, close to the eye (aft. 7 h.). [Htn.]

Burning pressive sensation round about the eye (aft. 4 h.). [Htn.]

Contracted pupils (aft. ½ , 1 h.). [Lr.]

The pupils are contracted after half a hour, after which they become much dilated. [Trn.]

Dilation of the pupils.

95. Dilated pupils, the first days. [Stf.]

Dilated pupils (aft. 26 h.). [Lr.]

Very dilated pupils, for many hours. [Stf.]

A contractive sensation in the upper eyelid, which presses out tears.

Pressure on the upper eyelid all day – more severe on the shutting the eye.

100. Severe sharp cutting pain under the left upper eyelid (aft. 75 h.). [Gn.]

Under the left upper eyelid pain as if a hard body lay beneath it (aft. 13 h.). [Gn.]

Itching on the border of the upper eyelid in the open air (aft. ¾ h.).; two hours afterwards also in the other eye- it went off by rubbing. [Kr.]

Itching on the borders of the eyelids (aft. 2 h.).

A pain pressing the eye from within outwards, on the upper border of the right orbit, just behind the eye, persisting for a long time and frequently recurring (aft. 10 d.). [Hnl.]

105. Aching pain in the upper part of the right eyeball (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Aching in the eye; she must wink frequently.

Hard pressure in the inner canthus of the right eye. [Hrr.]

Tensive stitch in the outer canthus of the right eye (aft. 3.3/4 h.). [Gn.]

The eyes are very dry in the evening, and ache.

110. The eyes, in the morning on waking, are very dry; they ache so that she cannot open them unless they are moistened.

Dryness of the eyes, lasting all day (aft. 13 h.). [Hnl.]

A smarting sore pain in the inner canthi.(In a man who had never had anything the matter with his eyes in his life.)

In the left inner canthus a pain rather smarting than itching.

Smarting water runs out of the eyes, in the morning.

115. In the inner canthus a severe itching, worst in the open air – he must rub it.

A not disagreeable burning in the outer canthus of the right eye, which extends to a considerable distance behind the eye towards the ear, and recurs paroxysmally (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Stf.]

Inflammation of the white of the eye, with pains.

Pimples around the inflamed eye.

The eyes soon begin to pain when writing (especially in the afternoon), a smarting and burning, and then some drops escape which smart; he must avoid the light, as that brings on the pain sooner.

120. On strainthe eyes, coarse stitches in them. [Fz.]

Shooting thrusts in the eyeball, as if it would burst (Aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Fz.]

The eyes are excessively deeply sunk, with blue raised borders, as in a person who had been raking much, for four days. [Stf.]

The right eye is much larger (more expanded, more open) than usual (aft. 78 h.). [Fz.]

On looking at an object a white veil comes before it, making it invisible.

125. When reading small black flashes seemed to come before the letters, and then whole lines disappeared.

Also when looking in the open air sometimes black flashes came before the eyes, like a kind of flickering.

In the dark night, in bed, he sees a pillar of fire before the eyes.

The sight is dim and the eyes so hot that the spectacle glass becomes covered with condensed vapour.

Dimness of sight, as if the eyes were full of water, with itching and pricking in the inner canthi; he must rub the place.

130. Dimness of sight in near and distant vision (aft. 10 h.). [Hnl.]

Illusion of vision: when he stands up from his seat he appears to himself much larger than usual and all below him seems to be much lower down (aft. 26 h.). [Fz.]

A halo round the candle flame in the evening.

Tearing pressure in the outer canthus in the region of the lachrymal gland (ft. 72 h.). [Fz.]

Feeling in the eyes as if they were full of sleep.

135. The eyes sometimes close, although he is not sleepy. [Fz.]

At night dry matter is deposited on the eyelashes and on the outer canthus; in the open air the eye gum also hardens and causes stiffness.

In the inner canthus there is always an accumulation of dry matter, which he must rub away frequently during the day.

The eyes are sealed up in the morning in their inner canthus.

On the concha of the left ear posteriorly, a cramp-like burning aching pain (aft. 8 h.). [Htn]

140. (A drawing pain on the ear.)

A pinching and nipping in the left ear.

A stitch in the left ear (aft. 31 h.). [Gn.]

Blunt, but deep stitches in the interior first of the left, then of the right ear.

Deep in the right ear a dull painful stitch, in the evening(aft. 48 h.). [Kr.]

145. A tensive stitch in the left ear (aft. 8.1/2, 36 h.). [Gn.]

In the right meatus auditorious a feeling of cold streaming in like a cool breath, for some hours. [Stf.]

Ringing in the left ear (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Kr.]

On moving the head ringing in one or other ear, which went off when at rest (aft. 2.3/4 h.). [Lr.]

Sometimes a slight crack on both ears as if the wind suddenly rushed in- without diminution of the hearing. [Fz.]

150. Drawing in both malar bones (zygomatic arch). [Hrr.]

Aching tearing in the left zygomatic process involving the teeth (at. 1 h.). [Gss.]

Tearing and tugging from the head down through the cheeks into the teeth (aft. 36 h.). [Stf.]

Cutting drawing in the left zygoma (aft. 22 h.). [Gss.]

Burning stitch in the right malar bone (aft. ½ h.). [Gn.]

155. Obtuse stitch in the left zygoma (aft. 22 h.). [Gn.]

Burning sharp shooting in the left cheek, inciting him to scratch. [Gss.]

Itching on the cheeks.

Itching (eroding) needle-pricks on both cheeks, inciting him to scratch. [Gss.]

The left cheek is painful as if ulcerated, when yawning. [Fz.]

160. When yawning the right maxillary-joint in front of the ear tends to become dislocated, with shooting pain.

Pain in the maxillary-joint when yawning.

Swelling of the cheek over the lower jaw.

In the left nostril on the cartilage of the nasal septum there occurs a sore pain when it is touched, as if it would ulcerate. [Gss.]

Sore pain on one nostril as if it were much ulcerated.

165. Sore nose inwardly, with a scab deeply seated in the interior.

Itching in the left ala nasi, which went off on touching it (aft. 78 h.). [Gn.]

Sensation as of fine cuts in the lip, as if they were chapped. [Fz.]

In the middle of the upper lip a scabby ulcer.

A burning lasting a minute about the middle of the outer border of the upper lip. [Stf.]

170. On the red of the upper lip a pimple covered by a scab, with burning sensation.

A vesicle on the border of the red of the lower lip with shooting burning pain.

Pressive sharp stitches from within outwards in the upper lip. [Gss.]

An ulcer on the border of the red of the lower lip, of shining red appearance with obtuse shooting drawing pains per se, sometimes accompanied by not disagreeable itching, which induces scratching, whereupon an obtuse shooting ensues (aft. 6 h.). [Hrr.]

Lip ulcer with gnawing drawing pain in it (Aft. 37 h.). [Hrr.]

175. Lip ulcer, from which at first matter, then (aft. 3 d.) only greenish water comes. [Hrr.]

Anteriorly beneath the chin, under the border of the lower jaw, a tensive sensation, as if a pimple would come there. [Fz.]

Under the chin anteriorly at the symphysis of the lower jaw, it feels as if there were a swollen gland; there is something hard there, like cartilage, of the size of a hazel nut – when swallowing, as also when touched or rubbed with the neck-cloth, he feels there a hard pressive pain (aft. 26 h.). [Hrr.]

On bowing the head forwards it falls forward almost involuntarily, when sitting (aft. 10 h.). [Fz.]

Heaviness of the head and weakness of the cervical muscles; he must lean the head either backwards or to one side or the other (aft. 12 h.). [Hnl.]

180. Down–pressing sensation in the nape. [Fz.]

Paralytic drawing posteriorly in the joint of the nape, at the spinous process of the first dorsal vertebra. [Gss.]

Externally on the neck eruption of some pimples.

Jerking stitches at the side of the neck, almost behind the ear, in the evening. [Stf.]

Tensive stitch in the left cervical muscles. [Gn.]

185. Pressive drawing on the right side of the neck, irrespective of movement or touch (aft. 32 h.). [Hrr.]

Tensive aching in the side of the neck. [Fz.]

On bowing forward the neck a drawing aching (rheumatic) pain in the side of it. [Fz.]

Fine tearing in the muscles of the neck (aft. 5 m.). [Hrr.]

On bowing forward the neck where it joins on to the shoulder is the seat of rheumatic pains, drawing, aching, stiffness. [Fz.]

190. The submaxillary glands are painful when touched and also independently of touch.

The submaxillary glands are painful as if swollen and contused.

Swelling of the tonsils and submaxillary glands.

Compressive drawing pain in the right row of teeth, excited by cold water. [Fz.]

In the morning drawing pain only in a hollow tooth (aft. 72 h.). [Fz.]

195. Violent tearing in the roots of the teeth, whilst at the same time the facial muscles are drawn away, first to one side then to the other. [Hbg.]

The teeth soon became black; she must brush them twice a day and still they remain striped black transversely.

A tooth that had long remained but slightly decayed became rapidly more hollow, in eight days. [Fz.]

A piece of the posterior surface of an incisor tooth exfoliates (aft. 28 h.). [Hrr.]

Swelling of the gums with heat in the cheek.

200. The gums are painful to the touch.

The gums bleed when pressed on, and when brushing the teeth, for many days.

The gums become pale and white.

The inside of the gums is painful and swollen – it is also painful when swallowing.

A blister on the inside of the gums turns into an ulcer, with shooting drawing pains.

205. A lump on the gums is painful when pressed on by something had not otherwise (aft. 17 d.).

The gums are eaten away.

Painful drawing in the gum of the last molar and in its root. [Hrr.]

Painful drawing in the gum of the incisors and of the canine tooth, and in their roots, on the right side, which extends down into the muscles of the lower jaw (aft. 26 h.). [Hrr.]

The gums of the upper and lower teeth of the right side are painfully spasmodically drawn together, so that she cannot separate the teeth on account of the pain. [Hbg.]

210. While eating tearing in the gums and roots of the lower molars (aft. 72 h.). [Hrr.]

Tearing throughout both rows of teeth, with feeling of the teeth on edge when biting on them (aft. 40 h.). [Stf.]

Toothache excited by drawing air into the mouth.

Eroding pain in the four lower front teeth, especially at night.

Occasionally a painful tug in the teeth followeby throbbing in the gums.

215. Aching drawing pain in the front row of teeth, as from taking mercury, worst in the night towards morning.

A penetrating drawing in the tooth that is becoming hollow and in the corresponding tooth of the opposite side, in the morning.

Violent drawing toothache, with swelling of the cheek, aching pains in the same side of the head and heat in the face.

Toothache when eating; the teeth are not firm, but when touched waggle to and fro; he cannot masticate his food properly; when chewing he feels as if the teeth were pressed deeper into the gums, and it is the same when the two rows of teeth only touch one another; at the same time the gums are white (aft. 56 h.). [Hrr.]

The decayed teeth are sensitive to the slightest touch, and if the smallest portion of food remains in their cavities after eating, there occurs a violent pain extending into the roots, and the gums around the teeth are the seat of sore pain. [Htn.]

220. Immediately after eating and chewing, as also drinking anything cold, a tearing toothache, which went off in half an hour, but immediately recurred on again chewing; after drinking a liquid not cold and after partaking of fluid nourishment, it did not occur; it was not brought on by moving, but when already present in the open air. [Fz.]

When she drank something cold it darted into their teeth as if they were hollow. [Stf.]

Immediately after every meal, pain in a hollow tooth – an eroding drawing (but in the incisors, aching), which is immensely increased in the open air even when the mouth is kept shut, but it gradually leaves off in the room, for several days (aft. 5 d.). [Fz.]

Fine throbbing in the teeth even when chewing. [Fz.]

Tearing first in the root of the hollow tooth, then forwards into the crowns of the teeth, only immediately after eating and chewing, very much increased in the open air; at the same time a pressure on the crowns of the painful teeth also commence to ache (aft. 9 d.).[Fz.]

225. Tickling pricking in the right lower molars (aft. ¼ h.). [Gss.]

Whitish furred tongue (aft. 46 h.).[Stf.]

White furred tongue (aft. 27 h.). [Lr.]

Shooting in the tip of the tongue, when not touched by anything.

Pricking pain on the border of the tongue when he presses it against the palate, as if a thorn were sticking in it – it went off when eating.

230. Sore pain of the forepart of the tongue.

Painful drawing from the hyoid bone deep into the throat to below the lower jaw; aggravated by touching the side of their neck (aft. 48 h.). [Hrr.]

Swelling of the sublingual gland, which hinders him in swallowing for four hours (aft. 3 h.). [Trn.]

A blister in the mouth.

Shooting in the palate extending into the brain.

235. Burning scraping in the palate when swallowing and otherwise. [Hrr.]

Rough and scrapy but very moist on the palate. [Stf.]

Shooting on the palate, when it is dry, in the evening (aft. 12 h.). [Fz.]

Aching soreness at the back of the palate, only when not swallowing (aft. 4, 5 h.). [Fz.]

Scrapy sensation in the fauces, behind the posterior nares, as though he had drawn snuff through them. [Gn.]

240. Dryness if the tongue and at the same time tenacious mucus in the posterior nares, by which they are stopped up. [Fz.]

He speaks quite faintly, on account of weakness of the vocal organs, though otherwise he is lively. [Fz.]

Dry sensation on the tongue, collection of sourish water in the mouth, and at the same time tenacious mucus stopping up the choanae. [Fz.]

Collection of saliva in the mouth.

Ptyalism.

245. Bloody saliva (immediately). [Gn.]

Rough throat, with sore pain, when talking and swallowing.

Dryness in the throat, especially in the evening, before going to sleep; stitches in the throat when swallowing.

Bread tastes sour to him.

Bread tastes sourish. [Fz.]

250. In the mouth a nasty bitter taste, per se. [Stf.]

A qualmish, flat taste in the mouth, and yet food tastes well.

Watery taste in the mouth, although food tastes all right.

Food has no taste and yet he has appetite.

Nasty bitterish taste of food (aft. 46 h.). [Stf.]

255. He has a constant accumulation of mucus in the mouth, without bad taste.

The mouth is constantly full of watery fluid, as during great hunger. [Stf.]

False sensation of hunger in the stomach, as if it hung down in a flaccid state, and yet no appetite.

Extreme ravenous hunger in the stomach, as if it hung down in a flaccid state, and yet no appetite.

Extreme ravenous hunger, even when the stomach was full of food, and when he again ate, he relished the food.

Great appetite for milk.

260. (From drinking beer there occurs a scrapy disagreeable taste in the throat.)

Tobacco-smoke has a pungent taste.

During (the accustomed) tobacco-smoking, heartburn.

Every morning, nausea even to vomiting.

Inclination to vomit.

265. In the morning inclination to vomit (aft. 1 h.). [Fz.]

When eating there occurs nausea in the mouth and gullet, as though he should vomit (aft. 9 h.). [Lr.]

Collection of water in the mouth, after eating – a kind of waterbrash. [Fz.]

Qualmish (immediately); water collects in his mouth with single short eructations, as when an emetic has been taken which will not act. [Stf.]

A kind of eructation; a quantity of mucus comes from the upper part of the throat into the mouth (aft. ½ h.). [Stf.]

270. Tasteless eructation; but neither air not anything else comes up. [Stf.]

Eructation of a tasteless fluid after eating. [Stf.]

Eructation with the taste of the ingesta. [Stf.]

Frequent empty eructation. [Stf.]

Repeated eructation (aft. ¼ h.). [Kr.]

275. Scrapy eructation, which effects the larynx and causes cough (scrapy heartburn).

When he wishes to eructate he has pressure and shooting up into the chest.

Hiccup every time after eating.

Much hiccup half an hour after supper.

Frequent hiccup during (the accustomed) tobacco-smoking. [Lr.]

280. Frequent hiccup, combined with nausea and stupefaction of the head (aft. ¾ h.). [Lr.]

Adipsia: he drinks less than usual. [Hrr.]

A few hours after a full nutritious meal he gets a feeling of violent hunger, with flow of water into the mouth. [Stf.]

For three days he is qualmish and squeamish.

Tensive pain in the region of the stomach (aft. 13 h.). [Stf.]

285. Digging pain in the stomach.

In the scrobiculus cordis a pinching oppressive pain, which only went off when he sat and bent the body forwards (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

Fulness in the scorbiculus cordis and pressure and shooting in it.

In the morning after waking, in bed, a pressure in the stomach as from a weight, not relieved by any change of position (aft. 6 h.).

Squeezing pressure below the sternum on the left close to the ensiform cartilage. [Gss.]

290. Only on beginning to walk a persistent stitch-like pain in the abdomen under the right ribs.

Transient pressive pain as from displaced flatulence under the ribs. [Stf.]

A contraction on the hypochondria oppressing the chest and impeding respiration (aft. 2 d.), lasting three days. [Kr.]

In the morning fasting (in bed) a tension transversely through the upper part of the belly, causing anxiety and impeding respiration, in the hypochondria (a such as hypochondriacs are wont to complain of).

Squeezing pressure under the right short ribs (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

295. A great rattling and rumbling in the abdomen, without pain or discharge of flatus (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Stf.]

Loud rumbling in the abdomen.

Rumbling and cutting in the belly, for many days.

Rumbling in the left side of the upper part of the belly (aft. 1 h.). [Hnl.]

Aching an at the same time heaviness and tension in the abdomen.

300. The abdomen is as if compressed, impeding respiration.

A tensive painful pressure in the abdomen, as though he had eaten too much and then pressed on his belly, with nausea and flow of saliva into the mouth.

Drawing pain transversely through the abdomen.

A drawing downwards in the sides of the abdomen as if the menses were about to come on (aft. 4 d.).

Drawing pain in the abdomen as from flatulence.

305. After dinner a rattling in the abdomen, which sounded like the formation and bursting of bubbles. [Kr.]

Rumbling in the hypogastrium andrawing in the intestinal canal. [Hrr.]

Flatulence becomes displaced in the hypogastrium (the first 8 h.).

Hard painful pressure in the right side below the navel. [Gss.]

On the left above the navel, squeezing stitches, which are sharp and occur in rhytm. [Gss.]

310. Cutting in the umbilical region, as if externally, in the evening in bed, in three paroxysms.

In the bowels cutting, especially after each time she eats and drinks, and at the same time such nausea that the water runs into her mouth, and like wise great exhaustion; after the cutting she has great heat in the face and the blood rushes to her head, the veins of the hands also are distented.

Spasmodic cutting in the abdomen with trembling of the knees; by day, on the slightest movement, particularly severe after urinating; in the evening, cutting even without moving, which became better on crouching together.

Pinching stitch in the abdominal viscera, on the left side (aft. 38 h.). [Gn.]

Long-continued blunt stitch in the region around the navel, worse during expiration and when pressed on (aft. 8 h.). [Gn.]

315. Tensive stitch in the left abdominal muscles (aft. 32 h.). [Gn.]

Bruised pain above the hips in the loins, which spreads to below the navel, most perceptible when bending forwards, but also painful when touched (aft. 18 h.). [Kr.]

Bruised pain in the abdomen (aft. 48 h.). [Stf.]

Itching needle-pricks in the renal region. [Gss.]

Painless swelling of the inguinal glands, which is most visible when walking and standing and lasts many days (aft. 36 h.).

320. Blunt stitch in the left groin, worse when pressed on, going off during inspiration and expiration (aft. 84 h.). [Gn.]

Great discharge of flatus. [Gn.]

Hot flatus (aft. 36 h.). [Gss.]

A large quantity of flatus is developed and is freely discharged, of very bad smell, for thirty-six hours.

Discharge of indescribably foetid flatus. [Stf.]

325. Excessively foetid flatus in great quantity for many days. [Kr.]

Pinching in the bowels with discharge of flatus (aft. 13 h.). [Gn.]

Violent twisting about pinching pain in the whole abdomen, sometimes in one part, sometimes in another (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Pinching transversely across the abdomen, and drawing in the muscles on the sides of the hypogastrium, as if diarrhoea would come on. [Fz.]

In the morning pinching in the upper part of the belly, as if diarrhoea would come on, and yet he cannot go to stool. [Fz.]

330. In the abdomen a shaking feeling and diarrhoeic movements. [Fz.]

In the morning the stool is long delayed, on account of want of peristaltic movement of the colon. [Fz.]

Stool twelve hours later than usual and coming away in hard little pieces (aft. 14, 15 h.). [Hnl.]

The first day hard stool, the second none, the third again a hard stool, the fourth day an ordinary stool. [Kr.]

Cutting and digging about in the upper and lower part of the abdomen, with call to stool, followed by a thin but scanty evacuation; when it is passed there ensues a fresh call to stool with increased cutting in the abdomen, but in spite of all efforts no evacuation – a kind of tenesmus, which, as well as the abdominal pains, only goes off after rising up from the night stool. [Gss.]

335. Cutting in the belly, with violent call to stool, whereupon perfectly fluid but scanty faeces are evacuated, with inward chilliness in the head; immediately after the evacuation there ensues a kind of tenesmus. [Gss.]

After a hard stool a kind of contused pain deep in the rectum, for three quarters of an hour.

Hard scanty stool, with burning cutting pain in the anus (aft. 10 h.). [Hnl.]

Costiveness for several days (the first days).

The normal firm stool passes with discharge of flatus between times.

340. Small, hard, thin-shaped stool, which is evacuated with pressive pains in the anus (aft. 26 h.). [Hnl.]

Persistent aching pain in the rectum, when sitting. [Gn.]

Difficult stool; at first hard faeces are evacuated; this is followed by soft faeces which teased and urged him just as if the rectum were constricted; it wanted to come away but could not; thereafter tenesmus continued. [Trn.]

In the morning cutting in the belly before the stool.

In the morning, immediately after a hard stool, a very thin, yellowish, copious evacuation. [Stf.]

345. Soft stool which, however, is evacuated with difficulty, on account of constriction of the anus, as in haemorrhoids. [Fz.]

Soft stool (aft. 49 h.). [Gn.]

He had frequent call to stool, without bellyache; each time the evacuation was very scanty and very hard, with a pain in the anus as if it would burst.

In the morning after cutting in the belly and nausea, diarrhoa comes on; the last stool is pure mucus. (The four following symptoms seemed to be caused by a too large dose, which makes almost every medicine a purgative ; for the peculiar primary action of this drug seems to be: during the stool forcing bellyache, constipation, or else a very scanty, hard, or even (but more rarely) thin evacuation, as may also be seen in SS. 238 to 333.)

Cutting in the abdomen diarrhoeic stool, at the last slimy (aft. 42, 84 h.).

350. Along with the feeling as if flatus would be discharged, there occurs unnoticed a thin stool (aft. 3 h.).

Diarrhoeic stool mixed with flatus (aft. 3 h.).

For may successive days several ordinary thin stools.

After the completed stool a similar but fruitless urging in the rectum without evacuation.

Long after the stool a momentary sore pain in the rectum.

355. Great itching at the anus, with small lumps there.

Itching in the anus when sitting, independent of stool (aft. 7 h.). [Gn.]

The first day very scanty secretion of urine. (The urinary symptoms resemble those connected with the stool, as in also seen in the symptoms of my fellow provers.)

Frequent discharge of watery urine at first, but after some days dark-coloured urine. [Stf.]

Copious, very frequent micturition, for several days (aft. 24, 40 h.).

360. The first four days the urine is discharged every quarter of an hour in small quantities; the following days in sufficient quantity, but of a dark colour and every hour. [Gss.]

He must urinate frequently and the discharge is scanty, the second day not so frequently, but the quantity is greater. [Hrr.]

He urinates somewhat oftener than is usual with him, but passes little at a time (aft. 7 d.). [Hrr.]

Frequent call to urinate, when very little dark-coloured urine is discharged, for three days. [Gss.]

Copious red urine.

365. Frequent call to urinate with great discharge of urine (aft. 6 h.). [Lr.]

When she coughed the urine was ejected involuntarily.

Call to urinate; scarcely a spoonful passes, mostly of reddish or dark yellow urine in a thin stream, sometimes by drops, and after he has passed it he always feels as if the bladder were not empty, for some urine continues to dribble away. [Gss.]

He urinates frequently, but always only scantily, about a cupful of dark urine (aft. 24 h.). [Hrr.]

On awaking from sleep pressure on the bladder; she must pass much urine, and yet an hour afterwards she had again a call to urinate with pressure.

370. He urinates less frequently than on the first day, but more frequently than in his normal state, and a little more in quantity than the first day (aft. 3 to 7 d.). [Hrr.]

Cutting while urinating and still worse afterwards.

Every time water is passed burning in the whole urethra, for many days.

Immediately after urinating a dislocative pain above the urethra behind the os pubis. [Lr.]

The urine is passed at night with stiff penis and at last only in drops, with burning at the neck of the bladder, and at the same time ineffectual urging to stool, lying doubled up gave relief. [Trn.]

375. A smarting and burning formication at the orifice of the urethra, when not urinating.

Only when not urinating, while sitting a burning deep back in the urethra.

A kind of burning in the middle of the urethra, when not urinating (aft. 6 h.). [Kr.]

When evacuating a hard stool, discharge of prostatic fluid.

All night long excessive stiffness of the penis, without seminal emission (aft. 16 h.). [Lr.]

380. All night stiffness of penis, without amorothoughts and without seminal emission. [Lr.]

At night amorous dream-pictures, with two seminal emissions. [Lr.]

At night a seminal emission without dreams. [Fz.]

A pollution in the afternoon siesta in an old man, to whom nothing similar had occurred for thirty years (aft. 12 h.).

Seminal emissions on three successive nights.

385. Seminal emissions on five successive nights, each time with lascivious dreams.

After a nocturnal pollution exhaustion and heaviness in both arms, as if he had lead in them.

In its primary action it excites strong sexual desire, but in the secondary action or reaction of the organism (aft. 5, 6 d.) there ensues indifference to, and persistent deficiency of, sexual desire, both in the genital organs and in the mind.

Violent drawing burning stitches out of the right inguinal ring as if in the spermatic cord as far as the right testicle (aft. which, however, is painless when touched). When sitting, standing, and walking, but most violent when stooping (aft. 33 h.). [Hnl.]

Aching drawing (tearing) in the right testicle, as though it were forcibly compressed. [Gss.]

390. Aching pain on the left testicle when walking, as also whenever it is rubbed; the pain is more violent on touching it (aft. 8 h.). [Hrr.]

An itching in the inside of the scrotum, which can only be somewhat removed by pressing and rubbing between the fingers.

Voluptuous itching (Removed by smelling at ambra.) about the scrotum, which is always increased by rubbing; on the surface it turns into a sore pain, whilst deeper the itching continues and at length causes a seminal emission (aft. 5, 6, 8 d.).

A painless gurgling in the scrotum.

Moisture on the corona glandis, beneath the prepuce.

395. Soft exuding growth in the groove behind the corona glandis and a similar growth in the corona itself, both of which itch from the friction of the shirt.

Shooting pain on the right side of the glans when standing and walking. [Lr.]

Painful sensibility of the female genitals; when she sits she has pain there.

Spasmodic pain in female genitals and vagina.

Pricking itching in the female genitals.

400. A smarting in the female genitals, even when not urinating.

Posteriorly, within the right labium majus, a blister, which causes smarting per se, but sore pain when touched (aft. 9 d.).

Appearance of the menses at new moon that had been absent for a year, with cutting in the abdomen and great rumbling.

Frequent sneezing without coryza (aft. 2 and 10 h.). [Lr.]

Sneezing with coryza.

405. (In the evening a stoppage in the nose so that she can get no air through it and it renders speech difficult.)

Coryza: at first he blows only thick mucus from the nose, afterwards thin discharge (aft. 4 d.). [Hrr.]

Quickly developed fluent coryza, with catarrhal speech, lasting a quarter of an hour (aft. 2 p.m.).

Severe coryza without cough.

Violent fluent coryza; one nostril is stopped up, the other not, with frequent sneezing, flow of tears from the eyes and chapped lips (aft. 3, 4 d.). [Kr.]

410. Violent coryza: along with tickling in the nose and sneezing there flows from the nose at one time a copious, bland, watery discharge, at another time thick mucus – later on only the thick mucous matter. [Stf.]

Coryza and cough, for several weeks.

Constant irritation to hacking cough, on account of viscid mucus in the larynx, which he cannot detach by coughing. [Gss.]

She feels her chest weak; something adheres in her windpipe, causing hacking cough.

Easy expectoration of a quantity of mucus by hacking cough. [Kr.]

415. Cough with mucous expectoration.

Severe cough which threatens to tear out the larynx, as from a persistent contraction of the windpipe, not preceded by any particular irritation (aft. 4 h.). [Fz.]

Cough caused by tickling irritation, only by day.

Immediately after eating severe irritation to cough in the larynx, but little cough (aft. 4 d.). [Fz.]

Adhesive mucus lies in his chest the first six to eight hour and on several mornings; later on and during the day, easy detachment of mucus from the chest.

240. Severe cough after lying down in the evening and at noon, with viscid mucous expectoration.

Shortly after every meal severe cough with collection of water in the mouth – it is as if this water were forcibly propelled through the oesophagus and caused cutting pain in it (aft. 26 h.). [Fz.]

Expectoration of mucus each time with five to eight drops of blood, and always preceded by a scraping sensation in the chest.

Cough with yellow expectoration like pus, worst in the forenoon from 9 to 12 o’clock, little in the morning (aft. 5 d.).

When coughing pain behind the sternum as if festering.

425. In the chest a pressure and a heaviness in it when sitting, which was allayed by walking.

Pressure in the left side of the chest, breathing has no influence on it.

At the top of the sternum immediately beneath the pit of the throat, itching, fine, sharp pricks, which compel scratching. [Gss.]

Painful stitches in the chest, impeding expiration. [Lr.]

Obtuse stitch in the left side of the chest, recurring after several minutes. [Gn.]

430. In bending the upper part of the body towards the right side and forwards, a violent stitch in the right side of the chest, when sitting (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Hnl.]

Tensive stitches in the left side of the chest, when lying and moving, more violent wen expiring than when inspiring, worst when going upstairs, when at last a persistent stitch ensues which almost stops the breath (aft. 16 h.). [Gn.]

A persistent boring obtuse stitch in the left side of the chest (aft. 37 h.). [Gn.]

Obtuse stitches on both sides on the intercostal muscles, when sitting, worse when leaning backward, and continuing during inspiration and expiration (aft. ½ h.). [Gn.]

Uneasiness in the chest.

435. Feeling of soreness behind the sternum. [Gss.]

In the afternoon an oppression on the chest and a feeling of restlessness that drives him from one place to another and does not allow him to remain in any one place.

Towards the end of coitus, tightness of the chest.

Oppression of the chest, like contraction of it, causing slow and difficult inspiration; expiration affords relief; at the same time restlessness and anxiety, worst when sitting, easier when walking, lasting five hours (aft. 6 h.). [Ctz.]

Constant pain in the middle of the sternum, as if something sore (ulcerated) were there, worst when raising up and stretching out the body, also more painful when touched, like tension and pressure, so that the breath is sometimes taken away.

440. Pressure above the scrobiculus cordis, like soreness, with nausea there. [Gss.]

Shooting cutting on the cartilages of the ribs of the left side; it feels as if an incision were made into it, accompanied by stitches. [Hrr.]

Sharp stitches which commence at the posterior part of the right ribs and meander forwards to the cartilages. [Hrr.]

Pricking itching betwixt the cartilages of the ribs. [Hrr.]

Sharp stitches in the region of the fourth costal cartilages of the right and left sides, intermitting in pauses of several seconds, and lasting longer than usual; they penetrate slowly from within outwards, without relation to inspiration or expiration (aft. 14 h.). [Hrr.]

445. Pain as if bruised in the pectoral muscles, in the morning, when she moves in bed, and during the day when she lays the arms together; on touching the parts themselves she feels nothing, nor yet when breathing.

The chest is outwardly painful when touched.

On stooping, an obtuse pressive pain on the cartilages of the last ribs, also, when touching, a sore pain.

Miliary rash on the chest; when he becomes warm it gets red and itches.

On the lower ribs a tettery eruption, consisting of small, thick, red pimples, with burning itching pricking as from stinging nettles; after rubbing the part is painful; at the same time a chilliness running over this part and the upper part of the abdomen.

450. Palpitation of the heart when walking and when listening to music.

Trembling palpitation of the heart on slight movement.

He wakes from his afternoon sleep with the most violent palpitation of the heart.

Stiffness in the n.

Itching in the nape.

455. Pressure and tension in the nape and left shoulder muscles (aft. ½ h.).

In the morning rheumatic pain in the nape and between the scapulae; like drawing; on rising up from bed she could not move her arms not turn her neck for pain, all the forenoon, for several successive mornings, with exhaustion of the whole body till noon.

In the sacrum stitches and pain as from a strain, when at rest, which goes off on walking.

In the morning in bed pain the scrum, as if all were broken; on rising from bed she could not lift anything from the floor, until 8 or 9 o’clock; then came on hunger, then, with cutting in the abdomen, diarrhoea, which at last was slimy.

A down-drawing pain in the sacrum, more when stooping than when standing upright, least when sitting.

460. The whole night a pressing in the sacrum as if bruised; she woke up from the pain, which was worst at 4 a.m.; when she got up it went off.

Sacral pain hindering her less in walking than on rising from a sat, turning the body in bed, and at every sideward movement persisting many days (aft. 10 h.). [Kr.]

Externally on the lower part of the os sacrum a violent burning (aft. ½ h.). [Hnl.]

When sitting, drawing shooting, sometimes twitching in the os sacrum. [Hnl.]

(Pain in the back at night, from the evening until 5 a.m., like blows and jerks, which took away his breath, with slumber.)

465. Severe stitches up the back (aft. 7 d.).

Hard pressure on the left near the spine on the dorsal muscles (aft. 4 d.). [Hrr.]

In the two first dorsal vertebrae a drawing pressure, with a sore sensation at the same time (aft. 1.3/4 h.). [Fz.]

Burning aching pain under the right scapula, close to the spine, with a painful feeling of weight on the right side of the chest (aft. 2 h.). [Htn.]

Betwixt the last cervical and first dorsal vertebrae, a pain as if stabbed with a knife. [Fz.]

470. Stitches in the left axilla. [Gn.]

Itching needle-pricks in the right axilla (aft. 3 m.). [Hrr.]

Itching pricks in both axillae (aft. 5 m.). [Hrr.]

In the right axilla an obtuse pressive pain. [Stf.]

In the left shoulder-joint a drawing shooting, especially on moving the arm to the chest. [Hnl.]

475. Pressive stitch in the right shoulder from below upwards (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

Loose pressure on the shoulder, which is painful to the touch, as if the flesh were detached, when walking. [Fz.]

A pressing-down of the shoulder, as if a weight lay on it, when sitting, [Fz.]

Pain like dislocation in the right shoulder-joint, only on moving. [Hrr.]

Obtuse shooting pains on the right shoulder-joint, more severe when moving and when touched. [Hrr.]

480. Aching drawing in the shoulder-joints, in the morning in bed and immediately after getting up; more severe when moving (aft. 5 d.). [Hrr.]

Violent aching pain in the left shoulder-joint. Not removed by any motion (aft. 36 h.). [Htn.]

Fine tearing on the head of the left humerous, more severe when moving. [Hrr.]

Paralytic drawing in the shoulder-joint, sometimes also in the whole arm when as he lies in bed he lays it under his head (aft. 90 h.). [Gss.]

Pain on the bones of the arm; not spontaneously when at rest, also not when touched, but only when moving.

485. Pain on the right humerous, an intolerable aching in the periosteum, when at rest and when moving; on touching it the part is still more painful (aft. 36 h.).

In the right upper arm an aching drawing, in the evening in bed.

Tearing pain in the left upper arm, in the deltoid muscle, when sitting, which goes off by movement. [Fz.]

Tearing pain in the muscles of the left upper arm close to the elbow. [Lr.]

Stitch-like tearing in the muscles of the right upper arm, near the elbow-joint. [Lr.]

490. Paralytic aching pain on the left upper arm, aggravated by touching (aft. 72 h.). [Hrr.]

Hard pressure inwards on the right upper arm, aggravated by touching (aft. 2 h.). [Hrr.]

Paralytic aching pain on the left upper arm, aggravated by touching and motion; the arm is weakened (aft. 36 h.). [Hrr.]

Aching drawing here and there on the upper extremities, aggravated by touching (aft. 7 h.). [Hrr.]

Paralytic pressure on both upper and forearms; aggravated by motion and touch (aft. 5 d.). [Hrr.]

495. Aching drawing in the deltoid muscle. [Fz.]

Slow, blunt stitches, like pressure, in the middle of the forearm. [Gss.]

Eruption of itching pimples on the elbow and towards the hand.

Paralytic weakness about the elbow-joint (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

Near the bend of the elbow, more towards the forearm, a sensation as if a cutaneous eruption had broken out, or on being scratched by a needle – a kind of goose-skin feeling, rather burning; and yet nothing is to be seen on the part, which is especially painful when touched. [Stf.]

500. Below the left elbow on the outer side of the radius, aching drawing, like a squeezing. [Gss.]

Drawing tearing pain in the forearm, especially when moving the arm and hand.

On the forearm a red elevation, in the centre of which is a pustule, with burning pain when at rest and per se, but with pain more like a boil when touched.

Shooting tearing in the left forearm (aft. 1 h.). [Kr.]

Aching drawing in the muscles of the forearm and on the back of hand. [Fz.]

505. Twitching in the left forearm when at rest (aft. 75 h.). [Gn.]

Cramp-like pain about the right wrist-joint, which goes off on extending the fingers, but returns on flexing them, and this causes at the same time also a tearing stitch through the whole arm up into the shoulder (aft. 24.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

In the wrist a pressure extending across it, especially on movement. [Fz.]

Shooting tearing in the left wrist-joint (aft. 1 h.). [Kr.]

Tetters on the hands, which itch in the evening, and burn after scratching.

510. Drawing pain through the bones of the back of hand, especially during movement. [Fz.]

Tickling itching on the left palm, exciting scratching. [Lr.]

Painful drawing in the middle joint of the right index. [Hrr.]

Paralytic drawing pain in the proximal joints of the fingers where they are united to the metacarpal bones – aggravated by movement. [Hrr.]

Hard pressure on the metacarpal bone of the left index, aggravated by touch and by moving the finger (aft. 4 m.) [Hrr.]

515. Intermittent pressive pain on the metacarpal bone of the left thumb, aggravated by touch. [Hrr.]

Painful drawing in the phalanges of the fingers of the right hand (aft. 5 h.). [Hrr.]

Fine twitching tearing in the muscles of the thumb, especially severe at this tip (aft. 45 h.). [Hrr.]

Tearing pain in the muscles of the ball of the left thumb, which went off on moving the thumb. [Lr.]

Fine twitching tearing in the muscles of several fingers, especially in their tips. [Hrr.]

520. When he extends the fingers freely they make convulsive movements up and down. [Gss.]

Formication in the fingers, as though they would go to sleep (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Hnl.]

Pressive cramp-like pain on the ball of the right little finger, on moving the hand. [Lr.]

Persistent pressive pain from the middle joint of the right middle finger spreading forwards, continuing also during movement (aft. 77 h.). [Gn.]

Deep, itching burning, sharp needle-pricks in the left thumb, which incite to scratch. [Gss.]

525. Tensive stitches in the tip of the left thumb (aft. 52 h.). [Gn.]

Needle-prick-like pain in the middle joint of the right index and the joint next it, continuing during movement (aft. 54 h.). [Gn.]

Cramp in the fingers and various parts of the extremities. [Gss.]

Feeling as if a hard skin were drawn over the fingertips of the left hand; he has little feeling in them and cannot distinguish anything well by touch. [Hrr.]

Rather a feeling of heat than actual heat of the right hand, which also redder than the other, with fine tearing in the middle joints of all the four fingers of that hand. [Hnl.]

530. Tickling sharp pricks in the palm (aft. 1 h.). [Gss.]

After sitting for a little while the nates are painful.

Burning itching erosion on the nates, as when a woolen material is drawn over the skin, in the evening in bed; on scratching it went off in one place and came on another. [Trn.]

Boring pain in the muscles of the buttock, when sitting (aft. 12 h.). [Gn.]

Pricking itching in the muscles of the buttocks and several other parts of the body. [Hrr.]

535. When standing a numb feeling in the left hip, extending to the abdomen.

About the hip-joint an aching pain when walking and sitting.

When lying a pain of fatigue across the thighs and as if they were bruised; at the same time sensation of excessive stiffness in the joints of something trembling and restless in them, so that he cannot keep them still.[Fz.]

Pain as of dislocation in the middle of the left thigh, especially when walking (aft. 8 h.). [Hrr.]

Tension in the large muscles of the outer side of the thigh, when walking. [Fz.]

540. Bruised pain of all the muscles of the thighs, on walking quickly, for two days.

Paralytic pain, like drawing, in the middle of the front of the thigh, when at rest and when moving. [Gss.]

Sore pain on the upper and inner part of the thigh.

Burning sharp shooting on the posterior surface of the left thigh. [Gss.]

Deeply penetrating obtuse stitch in the middle of the left thigh, towards its outer side. [Gss.]

545. Extremely painful, penetrating pricks on the inner side of the left thigh just above the knee (aft. 38 h.). [Hnl.]

Itching pricking on the inner sides of the thighs, which compels scratching (aft. 3 h.). [Gss.]

Tetters on the thighs and legs.

A formication on the thighs and legs which for many years had been the seat of the hard elastic swelling, with feeling as if the parts were inwardly hot, pressed asunder, and very heavy.

A kind of goose-skin, without chilliness, over both thighs and legs, many red and white papulaes on them, which contain whitish pus in their apices, without the slightest sensation (aft. 10 d.). [Hnl.]

550. Weakness of the thigh and leg, especially in the knee-joint, for several days – he must drag the leg; at the same time shooting tearing in the calf and pains in the sacrum (aft. 10 h.). [Kr.]

A coarse shooting almost scraping sensation on the right thigh on its inner side above the knee-joint (aft. 8 h.). [Fz.]

On the outer side of the knee an aching shooting pain when treading and on touching it.

Stitch-like pain on the inner border of the knee. [Lr.]

Twitching above the right patella (aft. 9 h.). [Hnl.]

555. Under the left patella a drawing tearing which does not go off by movement (aft. 54 h.). [Htn.]

When walking, pain in the thighs (worst in the left), which she must almost drag along (aft. 51 h.). [Stf.]

Drawing shooting in the right knee-joint aggravated by movement. [Hrr.]

Obtuse stitches on the knee-joint near the patella; on touching the stitches changed into an aching pain. [Hrr.]

In the morning immediately after rising, obtuse stitches in the right knee-joint, aggravated by movement (aft. 5 d.). [Hrr.]

560. In the right knee-joint and the heads of the calf muscles when walking a paralytic drawing, like a weakness, which after walking and also when seated, continues for a long time before gradually going off. [Gss.]

In the right knee a pain (as from making a false step?) lasting a minute, when walking and when moving the leg. [Stf.]

On rising from a seat a sensation as if the limbs would knuckle together in the hough – a tremolous, over-irritated drawing up in the hough. [Fz.]

As soon as he lies down there occurs a sensation of drawing up in the hough – a kind of over-irritation and voluptuous restlessness in them, so that he cannot remain lying, but must get up. [Fz.]

Drawing shooting in the left knee-joint when sitting; sometimes twitching in it. [Hnl.]

565. Burning shooting under the left knee, on its outer side, sometimes in paroxysms. [Gss.]

Boring stitch in the right tibia, when at rest (aft. ½, 35 h.). [Gn.]

Itching on the right tibia above the outer ankle, which did not go off by rubbing (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

On the leg pimples with burning itching pain.

Itching in the evening in bed, on the leg; after rubbing flat ulcers appear which are very painful.

570. Paralytic pressure outwards on the calf-muscles of the right leg; aggravated by touching. [Hrr.]

Tearing pain in the muscles of one or the other leg, when standing and sitting (aft. some m.). [Lr.]

Heaviness and tension in the calf.

Shooting tearing under and in the right calf and above the left heel (aft. 1, 10 h.). [Kr.]

A continual itching pricking in the right calf when standing and walking, which went away by scratching (aft. 78 h.). [Gn.]

575. A intolerable cramp in the calf and sole of the foot of the leg he is lying on, wakes him out of his afternoon sleep (aft. 24 h.).

Cramp, especially in the upper and lower part of the calf, on waking from sleep, which is not allayed either by stretching or by bending the leg; on directing the thoughts to this pain when it has become allayed, it immediately increases and becomes more painful (aft. 6 h.).

On the tibia pressive drawing when sitting (aft. 6 h.). [Fz.]

Transversely across the tarsus a drawing aching, especially when moving. [Fz.]

Aching tearing in the bones of the left foot, close to the tarsus (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

580. Contractive heavy sensation in the bones of the left foot, close to the ankle-joint (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Pricking itching just above the right outer ankle; it compels him to scratch, and then leaves behind it no particular sensation. [Hrr.]

Burning itching on the right inner ankle (aft. 4 d.). [Hrr.]

Itching above the heel on the tendo Achillis. [Fz.]

Bony swelling of the metatarsal bone of the right little toe, painful when touched.

585. Painless swelling of the dorsum of both feet, long-continued (aft. 13 d.).

Pricking itching on the right big toe. [Hrr.]

Aching burning in the tip of the right big toe, when at rest (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Gn.]

In the interior of two toes a burning painful itching, just as though they had been frost-bitten (aft. 4 h.).

In the evening burning itching of the little toes, as if they were frost-bitten; they are painful when touched and the painful parts are red, for four days (aft. 12 h.). [Kr.]

590. In the evening itching burning on the right little toe, as if it were frost-bitten and it was also painful when slightly pressed. [Hnl.]

Formication on the under surface of the toes, which does not induce scratching; they feel as if they had gone to sleep. [Gss.]

Pressive pain on the inner side of the left sole when at rest (aft. 29 h.). [Gn.]

Formication and prickling in the sole of the foot of the leg that is crossed over the other when sitting, as if gone to sleep (aft. 17 h.). [Hnl.]

Drawing tearing pain here and there in the muscles of the whole body, when sitting (aft. 8.1/2, 34 h.). (Though no name is attached to this symptom, it occurs among the “observations of others,” therefore is not to be credited to HAHNEMANN.)

595. In the joints of the shoulders, elbows, hand, fingers, back, knees, a drawing (?) pain on moving the parts, less when at rest, especially in the evening. [Stf.]

In the morning inward trembling in the limbs, when he keeps them long in one position (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

Paralytic drawing on various parts of the body, especially in the joints, when he lets the limbs lie for some time in an unusual and uncomfortable position. [Gss.]

Itching over the head and the whole body, especially in the morning, a running itching and crawling, like the creeping of a flea, which goes from one part to another.

Itching sharp pricks on various parts of the body [Gss.]

600. Pricks like flea-bites, on the lower extremities, hand, nape, head, &c. (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Kr.]

Pricking burning here and there on the skin. [Hnl.]

Eruption of lumps as large as a pea on the whole body and thighs, which itch and when scratched become excoriated, exude moisture, and then occasion burning pain.

In the evening and morning tearing and twitching about the ulcer, when at rest; it ceases when walking.

Tearing shooting in the ulcer.

605. Smarting in the ulcer as from salt.

A smarting itching as from salt in the ulcer.

The skin on the ulcerated leg becomes covered with a thin scab, with twitching and pecking pains, yellowish water exudes from it.

Violent burning pains in the ulcer, in the evening aftlying down, lasting hours, so that he cannot go to sleep.

The tetters itch only at night.

610. Burning sensation, sometimes in one place sometimes in another, but always only in the limbs, never on other parts of the body. [Htn.]

Deeply penetrating sharp stitches on various parts of the limbs, recurring after long pauses (aft. ¼ h.). [Gss.]

The limbs below the shoulder and below the hip-joint are as if bruised and painful as if after a long walk. [Fz.]

General bruised feeling, worse when walking, better when sitting and lying; especially in the calves, an extreme pain of exhaustion as if severely beaten – she could hardly drag her legs along. [Stf.]

Painfulness of the whole body as if bruised, with feeling of uncommon exhaustion, worse when moving – when she walked a little after sitting, this painful feeling was renewed and aggravated (aft. 40 h.). [Stf.]

615. Fatigue in all the limbs and pain everything – in the muscles when touched, in the joints when moved – more in the forenoon than the afternoon.

Pain in all the bones.

In the morning on rising from bed all the joints are stiff, especially the shoulders, sacrum, and hip-joint.

In the morning in bed she is very tired, without drowsiness, all the limbs are painful as if bruised and as if there were no strength in them, for an hour.

In the morning on awaking great weariness, which, however, soon goes off.

620. In the morning immediately after rising, great weakness in the knee-joints, which compels him to sit down; walking and standing are a great trouble to him (aft. 24 h.). [Hrr.]

Weak in the body, especially in the knees, when walking. [Gn.]

Weariness and exhaustion in the body, in the morning (aft. 4.1/2 h.). [Hnl.]

Great weariness and inclination to sleep, in the afternoon when sitting (aft. 3 d.). [Hnl.]

In the forenoon, after rising from a seat, he becomes pale, giddy and whirling, falls on the side as if in a faint; the following day about the same time a similar attack.

625. Violent yawning so that tears come into his eyes (aft. ¼, ½ h.). [Kr.]

Frequent yawning as though he had not slept enough (aft. 2 h.). [Lr.]

Great inclination to yawn and stretch; she cannot stretch herself enough.

Great weariness and sleepiness after eating; he feels a need to lie down, falls asleep quickly, but awakes dull and heavy in the limbs, and dreads walking; but when he did walk it was very disagreeable to him, especially going up hill – but on walking farther he felt very fresh and cheerful, indeed strong after a long walk. [Stf.]

In the morning wakefulness, then sleepiness with rigor in the back. [Fz.]

630. He wakes up towards morning as if he had already slept enough, but falls asleep again immediately (aft. 46 h.). [Lr.]

In the evening he cannot reach his bed without falling asleep, and yet as soon as he gets into bed he instantly falls asleep.

Drowsiness in the afternoon; his eyes close. [Hrr.]

Drowsiness in daytime; he falls asleep on his seat.

In the afternoon, from 2 to 4 o’clock, great drowsiness.

635. First she cannot go to sleep before 11 o’clock, and she wakes up at 4 a.m., for several nights.

Several nights he often starts in the whole body, in the arms and leg, as if he were suddenly tickled – a kind of spasmodic but painless twitching; at the same time, though he is but lightly covered, he feels very hot, but without thirst or sweat.

On account of wakefulness he could not get to sleep before midnight, but he had hardly gone to sleep when he had vivid dreams of strife and quarrelling. [Lr.]

At night the child is very restlessness and calls to its mother every instant.

He wakes up from 2 a.m., and so from hour to hour, without cause.

640. Restless night; every hour waking half up, and again falling into slumber; he did not go quite asleep nor wake up completely.

All night he did not sleep, and yet his eyes closed.

He falls asleep, but is immediately woke up by a dream, in which he fights with a beast, which frightens him and makes him start (aft. 30 h.). [Hrr.]

Restless dreams of an anxious description. [Gn.]

Restless sleep and tossing about. [Gn.]

645. Several nights restless; he could not lie on either side; before midnight he was much occupied by many thoughts. [Trn.]

At the very commencement of his sleep he dreams about his daily occupations.

Very vivid dreams with rational connexion.

Vivid, but disagreeable dreams, towards morning. [Kr.]

At night vivid, but unremembered dreams. [Lr.]

650. Dreams full of exasperation. [Lr.]

Restless dreams; he is occupied first with one, then with another subject; sometimes he starts and wakes up, but cannot rightly collect himself. [Hrr.]

Amorous dreams and seminal emission. [Gn.]

Voluptuous dreams, without pollution. [Fz.]

In the evening in bed on account of pain in the calves she could not go to sleep; she knew not where to put her legs, she must always change their position in order to get relief; though she once got out of bed and then lay down again she had the same sensation in the calves (aft. 37 h.). [Stf.]

655. As soon as he goes to sleep he dreams; sometimes he is fighting with someone, sometimes he has anxious visions which wake him up, and then he dreams again. [Gss.]

Dream of murder.

Dreams of murder, the second night. [Hnl.]

For several days, in the afternoon about 3 o’clock, shivering with goose skin, which ceased in the open air and was unattended by thirst.

660. In the morning in bed chill, not followed by heat.

In the morning in bed first chill, then heat; she was unwilling to get up in the morning.

Cold feet, only in bed in the evening. [Trn.]

Evening fever consisting of coldness.

In the evening before going to sleep such violent rigor that he shook through and through in bed, and he could not get warm again (aft. 20 h.). [Lr.]

665. All night shivering without thirst or subsequent heat.

In the night he often wakes up with a chilly feeling, but cannot properly collect himself. [Hrr.]

Shuddering together with drowsiness and dryness if the mouth (aft. 3 h.). [Fz.]

Shivering and chilly feeling when eating, without thirst, two hours before the heat. [Hrr.]

Chilliness in the back even beside the hot stove (aft. ¼ h.). [Hnl.]

670. Although he stood beside the stove he could not get warm in the back and arms; at the same time frequent shivering over the back and arms up to the nape, over the head and face, in the morning after rising. [Stf.]

Rigor shaking through the whole body, with warm forehead and hot cheeks, but cold hands, not followed by heat or thirst (aft. 1.1/4 h.). [Lr.]

Shivering all over the body, without thirst and not immediately followed by heat (aft. 30 h.). [Hrr.]

After eating a transient rigor down the back. [Stf.]

After the shivering a slight heat.

675. Hot feeling and heat in the face, without thirst, an hour after the chill. [Hrr.]

In the morning in bed a heat about the head, with sweat on the forehead.

In the open air she had some heat and some headache (towards evening).

Great feeling of heat, as though she were burning hot externally, with thirst; the blood was in a state of great commotion – no chill previously.

Great feeling of heat, at night, in the hands and feet; he must keep them uncovered.

680. Three hours after a meal, a not disagreeable feeling of warmth over the back. [Stf.]

Flushes of heat spread over the lower part of the back, the rest of the body being merely warm, not followed by sweat. [Stf.]

Heat in the night, especially about the forehead, so that she cannot sleep after 3 a.m., then about the forehead, so that she cannot sleep after 3 a.m., then about 9 a.m. rigor.

A warm feeling on the forehead, as if a constant warm air blew on it – sometimes also a cold air – with red cheeks and also external corporal warmth (aft. 4 d.). [Stf.]

When wakes up at night he is covered by warm sweat on the abdomen, feet, and genitals, though they are only moderately covered, without thirst; when he uncovers himself it feels cold to him the perspiration disappears, and he thinks he has caught cold (aft. 72 h.). [Gss.]

685. In the afternoon extraordinary perspiration with heat all over the body, without thirst, though he is quiseated. [Fz.]

Tendency to perspire.

Several nights much perspiration after midnight.

Night-sweat of putrid odour (aft. 8 d.).

Towards midnight, sweat of the odour of rotten eggs (aft. 4, 6 d.).

690. Profuse night-sweats (aft. 10 d.).

Serious, silent, occupied with himself, he speaks but little. [Lr.]

The most attractive things made no impression on him.

Phlegmatic, prostrated mind and sad disposition, unsympathetic, indifferent to all externals, yet not across or exhausted. [Gn.]

He is very much prostrated in mind, has no desire to talk, is not disposed to think, and indifferent to outward things. [Gn.]

695. As if dead in mind and sad, but not to weeping.

He does not know if what is hovering before his imagination like something in his memory has actually taken place or whether he only dreamt it (in the afternoon from 5 to 7 o’clock).

(When he walks quickly he feels as if some one were following him; this caused anxiety and fear, and he must always look about him.)

Indisposed for serious work. [Gn.]

Peevishness and disinclination for mental work (aft. 2 h.). [Gn.]

700. All day long peevish and cross; he did not know what to do for ill-humour, and was extremely pensive (aft. 37 h.). [Lr.]

Silent peevishness; he gets cross about everything, even what does not concern him. [Hrr.]

All day long peevish and restless; he found rest nowhere, even what does not concern him. [Hrr.]

All day long peevish and restless; he found rest nowhere. [Lr.]

Anxious thoughts and things long past come before him as if they were actually present and stood before him, which causes anxiety and the sweat of anguish – then blackness comes before his eyes; he knows not if what he sees is true or deception, then he regards everything as something different to what it is, and he loses all wish to live.

Great inward anxiety, so that he cannot remain in one place, but he says nothing about it.

705. Anxious and timorous.

Great anxiety; he dreads the future. [Hrr.]

Hypochondriacal humour; everything is indifferent to him; he would like to die.

Sad; he apprehends the worst consequences from slight things and cannot calm himself. [Stf.]

Sad, without being able to asign any cause for being so. [Gn.]

710. Peevish and sad. [Stf.]

Peevish and Lachrymose. [Stf.]

She will not hear about anybody or anything; she covers up her face and weeps aloud, without cause.

Every word annoys her; she weeps if anyone speaks to her.

Sulky; she weeps often about nothing at all.

715. Very lachrymose .

She was all day long full of grief; she was afflicted to weeping about her circumstances, and she cared for nothing in the world (aft. 50 h.).

Very cross (in the morning); he inclined to throw away everything he took in his hand.

Disposition quarrelsome and yet at the same time gay. [Trn.]

Variable humour; at first a cheerful, (Commencing transient reaction of the organism in a person of timid, depressed disposition; after wards the primary action of the medicine was noticable in the anxiety, but then again the reaction of the corporeal power conquered and left a calm, contented state of the disposition.) then an anxious, finally a calm and contented disposition. [Lr.]

720. He became cheerful, entertaining in society, and merry. (Curative secondary action of the organism in a man of an opposite character of disposition.)

Good humour: he was cheerful and talkative in society, and enjoyed existence (Curative secondary action of the organism in a man of an opposite character of disposition.) (aft. 13 h.). [Lr.]