A violent hydragogue cathartic.
Cramps in the muscles, especially of the calves; he feels as though they were twisted around the leg.
An acrid feeling, extending to the stomach; which causes vomiting.
Nausea and vomiting, easily brought on by drinking, associated with the watery diarrhoea.
Distended; noises as of liquid gurgling from a bottle, with the diarrhoea. Pain in the hypochondria. Stitching in the hepatic region; under the right scapula, extending into the right axilla and shoulder.
Sudden, profuse, watery. Evacuations, with gurgling in the abdomen as of water running out of a bottle, generally associated with coldness, cramps, nausea and vomiting, or other symptoms like cholera.