In large doses, Aloes produce a determination of blood to the pelvic organs, which occasions haemorrhoids, uterine engorgement with increased menstrual flow, sexual organs in men. etc. It increases the peristalsis of colon; and increases the secretion of bile.
Relief from open air. Disinclination to mental or physical effort.
Frontal headache, dull, heavy, pressing downward into eyes and nose; must close the eyes.
Bleeding in the morning.
Taste metallic, bitter.
Nausea, with the frontal headache; flatulent distention and eructations.
Flatulence; weak, as if diarrhoea would ensue. Soreness in sides. Over the liver, heat and pressure. Feeling of a plug in pelvis, between symphysis and coccyx, with urging. General feeling of fulness and heaviness.
Heaviness. Dragging as if to stool. Sudden impulse to evacuate feces.
Haemorrhoids; swollen and sore. Sphincter uncertain; permits escape of thin feces with gas.
Diarrhoea; yellow, pasty or thin, sudden in morning on waking and rising; cannot evacuate bladder without feces escaping. Dysentery; bloody, jelly-like evacuations, followed by pain and soreness in the rectum.
Urine scanty, hot, dark, or even bloody, with burning. Much mealy sediment.
Sexual organs, Women
Uterus feels heavy, with a sensation of a plug in pelvis. Uterine haemorrhage; menstrual flow increased, dark and clotted.
Sacral pain (alternates with headache). Heaviness in sacrum (>) motion.
Jaundice; much crawling and itching (as in jaundice). Furuncles with disordered liver.