Common names: Rosemary, Rosmarin.
Rosmarinus officinalis, Linn. Natural order: Labiatae. Preparation: Tincture of the whole plant.
Vertigo. Headache. Heaviness and dulness in the head.
Violent pains, followed by uterine hemorrhage and miscarriage, succeeded by faintness, spasms in the chest, cold hands and feet, small, rapid, irregular pulse. Menses four days too early.
Oppression of breath.
Overpowering sleepiness, with yawning. Sleeplessness.
Chill over the whole body, with icy coldness of the legs, without thirst and no subsequent heat, lasting several hours.
Coldness, so that she could not leave the bed.