(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.]
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.
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.]