Clinical. Tetanus. Tetanus of neck and jaw, aggravated on right side, involving thorax and abdomen, from getting pins in the foot. Results of penetrating wounds from pointed instruments. Effects of gunshot wounds. Concussion of the brain and spine in railroad accidents followed by a large number of symptoms, especially between scapulae, stiffness of extremities, nervous cough, chilliness, aggravated by damp weather; diarrhoea from slight excitement. etc., all cured by Hypericum In a general way it is indicated for the effects following injuries of nerves. In general, excessive painfulness and soreness of the affected part indicates the drug; the attacks are generally brought on by change of weather. Many cases of subacute and chronic neuritis have been apparently cured by its use. Spinal tenderness, with paroxysms of terrible pain, screaming if approached; in other cases, great sensitiveness of cervical vertebrae to touch, with dyspnoea, short, hacking cough, etc.