Clinical. It seems to have a marked curative power over diseases of the veins, and, in some cases, it arrests haemorrhages. Varicose veins, with soreness and swelling. Ecchymoses. Traumatic inflammations.
Profuse nose-bleed, with a feeling of tightness in the bridge of the nose, and in the forehead between the eyes; particularly, if caused by a varicose condition of the blood vessels.
Rectum and Anus
Bleeding piles, with itching. Bleeding from the rectum, which is dark and thick, without pain.
Pain in the spermatic cords, running down into the testicles. Uterine haemorrhage, without clots. Clinical. Varicocele. Varices of the labiae. Dysmenorrhoea, with pain in ovaries. Chronic metritis. Uterine hemorrhage; dark, venous flow. Ovaritis, subacute. Orchitis.