Clinical. Hysteria, or epileptiform convulsions, frequent, violent attacks, with feeble, irregular beating of the heart. Tetanic convulsions, with complete loss of consciousness. Tetanus, cyanosis, coldness; action of heart irregular, feeble. Hysterical attacks; when drinking the water seems to gurgle down the throat. Epileptic attacks preceded by nausea, vomiting or waterbrash. Uraemic convulsions. Attacks of faintness, cyanosis, cold skin, gurgling on drinking. It has been used for the collapse of Camphor, with sudden cessation of all discharges, cyanosis and gurgling on drinking.