Persons of sanguine temperament;; pettish, quarrelsome, disputative, easily excited, least contradiction angers ( Anac. , Coc. , Ign. ); > mental exertion.
Irritability: slight noises like crackling of paper drive him to despair ( Asar. , Tar. ).
Women who are weak, delicate, chlorotic, yet have a fiery red face.
Extreme paleness of the face, lips and mucous membranes which becomes red and flushed on the least pain, emotion or exertion. Blushing ( Amyl. , Coca. ).
Erethitic chlorosis, worse in winter.
Red parts become white; face, lips, tongue and mucous membrane of mouth.
Vertigo: with balancing sensation,, as if on water; on seeing flowing water; when walking over water, as when crossing a bridge ( Lys. ); on descending ( Bor. , Sanic. ).
Headache: hammering, beating, pulsating pains, must lie down; with aversion to eating or drinking. For two, three or four days every two or three weeks.
Menses: too early, too profuse, too long lasting, with fiery red face; ringing in the ears; intermit two or three days and then return; flow pale, watery, debilitating.
Haemorrhagic diathesis; blood bright red, coagulates easily ( Fer. p. , Ipec. , Phos. ).
Regurgitation and eructation of food in mouthfuls ( Alum. ). without nausea.
Canine hunger, or loss of appetite, with extreme dislike for all food.
Vomiting: immediately after midnight; of ingesta, as soon as food is eaten; leaves table suddenly and with one effort vomits everything eaten, can sit down and eat again; sour, acid ( Lyc. , Sul. ac. ).
Diarrhoea: undigested stools at night, or while eating or drinking ( Crot. t. ); painless with a good appetite; of consumptives [Compare Kent’s Lectures].
Constipation: from intestinal atony; ineffectual urging; stools hard, difficult, followed by backache or cramping pain in rectum; prolapsus recti of children; itching on anus at night.
Always feels better by walking slowly about, although weakness obliges the patient to lie down.
Cough only in the day time ( Euphr. ); relieved by lying down; > by eating ( Spong. ).
Dropsy; after loss of vital fluids; abuse of quinine; suppressed intermittent ( Carbo v. , Cinch. ).
Relations. – Complementary: to, Alum. , Cinch.
Cinch. : the vegetable analogue follows well in nearly all diseases, acute or chronic.
Should never be given in syphilis; always aggravates the condition.
Aggravation. – At night; at rest, especially while sitting still.
Amelioration. – Walking slowly about; in summer.