Synonym. Apium Petroselinum. Petroselinum Sativum. Natural order. Umbelliferae. Common name. Parsely. Habitat. A plant native of Southern Europe, Cultivated as a house plant. Preparation. Tincture from the fresh plant.
Acts decidedly upon the urethral mucous membrane, producing a considerable degree of irritation and inflammation, and has been used accordingly in subacute gonorrhoea and gleet.
Urinary and Sexual Organs. Discharge of a milky fluid from the urethra. Orifice of urethra agglutinated with mucus. Yellow discharge from the urethra (Hydras. Pulsatilla). Burning in navicular fossa while urinating. Drawing and sticking in navicular fossa, changing to a cutting biting after urination (Can. sat.). Creeping and crawling throughout whole length of urethra. Pressure just behind navicular fossa. Frequent voluptuous tickling in navicular fossa. Frequent desire to urinate, caused by crawling stitch behind navicular fossa. Priapismus, with curvature of penis. Profuse emission toward morning.
Compares. Cantharis, Can. sat., Copaib.
Subacute gonorrhoea and gleet, especially with the characteristic localization of the sensations in the navicular fossa.