It acts chiefly on the pneumo-gastric nerve; producing gastro intestinal disturbances; AND RESPIRATORY AFFECTIONS, with CONTINUOUS NAUSEA. Discharges are foamy and profuse. BRIGHT RED, GUSHING HAEMORRHAGES;with nausea. Nausea and shortness of breath usually accompany most of the complaints. Convulsions; infantile, body rigid, stretched out, followed by spasmodic jerking of arms towards each other. Awkward, stumbles against everything. Tetanic spasms from swallowing tobacco. Convulsions; in whooping cough; from suppressed exanthema; from indigestible food. It is indicated in fat children and adults who are feeble and catch cold in warm moist weather. Ill effects of vexation, reserved displeasure. Injuries, suppressed eruptions. Quinine; morphia; indigestible food; loss of blood. Over- sensitive to heat and cold. Opisthotonos and emprosthotonos.
WARMTH, damp; of room. Overeating. Ices, pork, veal, mixed or rich foods; candy, fruits; raisins, salads, lemon peel. Berries. Periodically. Heat and cold. Vomiting. Motion. Lying.
Open air. Rest. Pressure. Closing eyes. Cold drinks.
Holds everything in contempt, and desires others also should do the same. Cries, screams, howls and is hard to please (children). Full of desires, but knows not for what. Sad. Faints suddenly; in summer or hot room.
Ache as if bruised or crushed, down into the root of the tongue. Migraine, with nausea and vomiting. Pain in occiput worse vomiting; during chill. Cold sweat on forehead.
Inflamed, red; conjunctivitis. Profuse gushing lachrymation; with nausea. Shooting pains through the eyeball. Nausea from looking on moving objects.
Cold (right); during fever. Cannot endure the least noise.
Bleed, blood bright red. Coryza with stoppage of nose and nausea. Sneezing.
Pale; blue about the eyes or lips; white linea nasalis. Periodical orbital neuralgia, with lachrymation, photophobia and smarting eyelids.
Child thrusts its fists into the mouth and screams. Clean or red pointed tongue. Saliva increased. Toothache, with a jerk radiating to temples; better while eating. Tongue, clean, yellow, or white, pale. Taste; bitter, sweetish, bloody.
Desire for dainties; sweets. Feels miserable or sinking or relaxed as if hanging down. Horrid nausea, not better by vomiting. Vomits; blood, bile, food, mucous; worse stooping. Aversion to food. Thirstless. Vomiting of infants at the breast.
Griping, drawing or cutting pain about the navel worse motion better by repose; extending towards the uterus. Stools; brown, grass or yellow green, frothy, molasses-like or bloody; slimy. Dysentery; with head hot and cold legs. Lumps of mucous in stools.
Unsuccessful urging to urinate. Haematuria, with nausea and cutting in abdomen and urethra, with oppression in chest and short breath. Shooting from kidney, down the thighs to the knees.
Uterine haemorrhages, profuse, bright, steady flow or gushing; with nausea and gasping, with each gush of blood. Cutting pain in uterus from left to right. Stitches from navel to uterus. Menses; too early and too profuse. Vomiting during pregnancy. Prolapse of uterus worse during menses. Haemorrhage of placenta praevia. Steady flow of bright red blood, which does not coagulate. Great weakness with scanty menses.
Painless hoarseness at the end of a cold. Constant constriction in chest and larynx, worse least motion. Spasms of vocal cords. Gasps for breath. Asthma. Cough incessant and violent, with every breath. Paroxysms of suffocative cough, with retching; child stiffens out, becomes red or blue in face and finally is nauseated; gags and vomits; better stepping into open air, better warmth and repose. Whooping cough with bleeding from the nose and from the mouth. LOOSE coarse RATTLE IN CHEST WITHOUT EXPECTORATION. Broncho-pneumonia. Haemoptysis worse slightest exertion. Asthma accompanied by skin disease. Suffocative attacks from foreign substance in wind pipe.
Neck and Back
Tetanic spasms of back which bends the back backwards or forwards. Shooting from kidney region into thighs. Cramps between scapulae during motion.
Coldness of one hand, other is hot. Femur as if dislocated on sitting down. Pains as if bruised in all the bones.
Shocks in limbs on falling to sleep. Eyes half open during sleep, with moaning and groaning. Loss of sleep causes nausea and fatigue.
Short chill with long heat. Chill alternating with heat. Heat without thirst. Suppressed of mixed intermittents; nausea in all stages. Catarrhal or gastric fevers. Hands and feet drip cold sweat. Infantile remittent fever.
Itching, with nausea, scratches until he vomits.