Adapted to persons with light hair and skin; irritable, quarrelsome disposition ( Nux ); easily offended at trifles ( Ign. , Med. ); vexed at everything.
Ailments: from riding in a carriage, railroad car, or in a ship ( Coc. , Sanic. ).
Ailments which are worse before and during a thunderstorm ( Nat. c. , Phos. , Psor. ).
Symptoms appear and disappear rapidly ( Bell. , Mag. p. – reverse of Plat. , Stan. ).
During sleep or delirium: imagines that one leg is double; that another person lies alongside of him in same bed; that there are two babies in the bed ( Val. ).
Vertigo on rising ( Bry. ); in occiput; as if intoxicated; like seasickness ( Coc. ).
Headache: in occiput, which is as heavy as lead; pressing, pulsating pain; as if everything in the head were alive; numb, bruised, as if made of wood.
Gastralgia: of pregnancy; with pressing, drawing pains; whenever stomach is empty; relieved by constant eating ( Anac. , Chel. , Sep. ).
Diarrhoea: yellow, watery, gushing; after cabbage, sour krout; during pregnancy, stormy weather; always in the daytime.
Painful sensitiveness of skin of whole body; all clothing is painful; slight injury suppurates ( Hep. ).
Skin of hands rough, cracked, tips of fingers rough, cracked, fissured, every winter; tenderness of the feet, which are bathed in foul-smelling sweat ( Graph. , Sanic. , Sil. ).
Herpes: of genital organs extending to perineum and thighs; itching, redness; skin cracked, rough, bleeding; dry or moist.
Heat and burning of soles of feet and palms of hands ( Sang. , Sulph. ).
Sweat and moisture of external genitals, both sexes.
Painful, itching chilblains and chapped hands < in cold weather; decubitus.Sensation of coldness about the heart ( Carbo an. , [Kali m.], Nat. m. ).Relations. – One of our best antidotes for lead poisoning.The skin symptoms are worse in winter, better in summer ( Alum. ); if suppressed, causes diarrhoea.Aggravation. – Carriage riding ( Coc. , Sanic. ); during a thunderstorm; in winter ( Alum. ).