Soreness in the muscles and integuments, as if beaten.
Clinical. This drug has been found useful in some cases of indurated and lymphatic glands, with a sluggish form of inflammation. The parts become bluish or purplish, with great soreness of the flesh.
Pain behind the eyeballs and temples, especially in the afternoon. Pain in the forehead, extending to behind the left eyeball, worse in the afternoon.
Intermittent pain in the posterior portion of the right eyeball in the afternoon. Pain in the eyeballs which extends to the temples, is worse on turning the eyes in either direction. The left eyeball becomes sore, even on closing it tightly. The margins of the lids become bluish, and there is blueness under the eyes.
Clinical. This drug has occasionally been found useful during paroxysms of hay fever, with asthmatic breathing, associated with paroxysms of suffocative cough. See Respiratory Organs.
Spasmodic cough from tickling in the larynx, resulting in the forceful ejection of viscid mucus from the bronchial tubes, which sometimes flies forcefully out of the mouth; worse in the afternoon, sometimes associated with sneezing and symptoms of hay fever.
Neck and Back
Stitches in the nape of the neck (<) bending back and forward, with soreness and lameness. Stitches below the tight scapula, worse on throwing the shoulders forward, or on twisting the body.