It is a valuable convulsive remedy; useful in epileptiform, puerperal and uremic convulsions. Epilepsy; with priapism; worse during menses or instead of menses; pregnancy. Falls backwards and utters a loud cry before falling. Status epilepticus. As of a bug creeping under the skin about the waist; worse touch of clothes. Insanity; hallucinations. Face swollen; convulsive twitching of facial muscles; foaming at mouth, lock-jaw. Tendency to cry over little things. Rosy red blotches on face and chest, arms, abdomen. Burning heat worse head and throat. Profuse offensive sweat. Obstinate vomiting for days not relieved by anything.
Injury. Sexual and menstrual disturbances. Water.