Diuretic, sometimes emetic. It depresses the heart and increases the nasal and bronchial secretions. (Compare Convallaria and Squills.).
Coryza, with profuse discharge, thin, whitish, foul, frequent sneezings.
Frequent micturition, with fine stitches in the orifice of the urethra. The urine, at first, increased in quantity, afterwards, diminished. Inflammation of the bladder, with discharge of pus and mucus. Expulsive power of the bladder weak, retained urine almost ammoniacal.
Heart and Pulse
Palpitation of the heart, with oppression of the chest. Irregular, weak pulse, accelerated.