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- Skin dry, burning hot, intense thirst for cold water, red face sometimes changing to pale. 3. - Croupy cough, awakening in first sleep, particularly with children after dry, cold west wind. 4. - Conjunctivitis resulting from exposure to dry, cold winds, from surgical operations or from a foreign body in the eye. 5. - Cannot bear the pain, or to be touched, or to be uncovered. 6. - First stages of inflammatory fevers, before locali ation, eruption, or exudation has occurred, characteri ed by great anxiety, and restlessness, often in chilly stages, before febrile symptoms have developed. 7. - !emoptysis, the blood comes up with an easy hawking, hemming or some coughing, either after mental excitement, after drinking wine, or exposure to dry cold air. 8. - Numbness of the left arm, can scarcely move the head. 9. - "redicts the day she is to die, especially in pregnancy or child#bed. 10. - From rising up the red face turns deadly pale. 11. - !eat with thirst, hard full fre$uent pulse, anxious impatience, inappeasable, beside himself tossing about with agony. 12. - %fter a fright with vexation during menses to prevent suppression. 13. - %fter a violent chill, dry heat and lancinating pain in chest. 14. - Stools like chopped spinach, in summer complaint. 15. - Complaints, especially respiratory, from sudden suppression of perspiration by exposure to cold, especially cold winds.
AESCULUS 1. - &ry, uncomfortable feeling in the rectum, as if it were filled with small sticks.
2. - !emorrhoids like ground nuts, purple, generally blind, with burning' also with aching' lameness and shootings in the back. 3. - (hick, dark, corroding leucorrhoea, with aching and lameness in the back across the sacro# iliac articulations 4. - Constant backache affecting the sacrum and hips, very much aggravated by walking and stooping forward.
AETHUSA 1. - % drawn condition, beginning at the alae nasi, and extending to the angle of the mouth, giving the face an expression of great anxiety and pain. 2. - )ntolerance of milk, in nursing children, it is forcibly ejected almost as soon as swallowed, then weakness causes drowsiness. 3. - *iolent vomiting of curdled milk and cheesy matter. 4. - Spasms during dentition, with clenched thumbs, red face, eyes turned downwards, dilated, staring, immovable pupils, foam at the mouth, teeth set, pulse small, hard, accelerated. 5. - +reat weakness, child cannot stand, or hold up its head.
AGARICUS 1. - "ainfulness and violent burning, shooting pains in spinal column. 2. - Spinal column sensitive to touch. 3. - Sensation as if ants were creeping along the spine. 4. - *iolent muscular twitching and jumping, as if caused by a galvanic current. 5. - ,urning, )tching and redness of various parts as if frostbitten. 6. - Sensation in various parts as if ice touched or as if ice#cold needles were piercing the skin. AGNUS CASTUS
1. - Sexual desire lessened, almost lost, the penis so relaxed that the voluptuous fancies excite no erection' testes cold, swollen, hard, and painful. 2. - -specially useful in premature old age, which arises in young persons from abuse of sexual powers, marked by melancholy, apathy, mental distraction, self contempt, general debility, and fre$uent loss of spermatic fluid.
AILANTHUS 1. - .alignant scarlatina and other low adynamic forms of disease, characteri ed by sudden and extreme prostration, stupor, vomiting and purplish appearance of the skin.
ALLIUM CEPA 1. - Copious watery discharge from the nose, and watering of the eyes. 2. - Constant snee ing, with profuse acrid cory a' worse when coming into a warm room' better in the open air.
ALOES 1. - % feeling of weakness in the abdomen, as if diarrhoea would result. 2. - &iarrhoea with want of confidence in the sphincter ani. (he rectum seems full of fluid which feels heavy as if it would fall out. 3. - "assing involuntary stools while urging to urinate. 4. - Stools lumpy and watery, or composed of lumps of jelly#like mucus. 5. - !emorrhoids protrude like a bunch of grapes, with, constant bearing down in the rectum.
ALUMINA 1. - )nactivity of the rectum, oven soft stool re$uires great straining.
2. - No desire for and no ability to pass stool, until there is a large accumulation. 3. - "rofuse, transparent, acrid leucorrhoea running down to the feet during the day.
AMMONIUM CARBONICUM 1. - )nfluen a/ acrid, burning cory a, nose stopped up at night, must breathe through the mouth, hoarseness, dry cough, oppressed breathing. 2. - Cholera#like symptoms at commencement of menses.
AMMONIUM MURIATICUM 1. - )nfluen a' acrid, watery cory a, corroding the lips sore throat, hoarseness with rawness and burning in the larynx' dry tickling cough. 2. - Constipation, stool hard and crumbling, re$uiring great effort to expel. 3. - &uring menses a bloody discharge from the bowels. 4. - Cannot walk erect on account of a pain as from a sprain in the groins.
ANACARDIUM 1. - +reat weakness of memory. 2. - Feels as though he had two wills, one commanding to do what the other forbids 3. - &ull pressing, or penetrating pain, as from a plug in different parts.
ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM 1. - Child fretful and peevish, cannot bear to be touched or looked at. 2. - (he child is delirious, drowsy, with nausea, red, hot face, irregular pulse and feverish heat, cries when washed or bathed.
3. - Sore, cracked and crusty nostrils, and corners of mouth. 4. - &ecayed teeth ache generally worse at night, touching tooth with tongue causes pain, as if the nerve were torn. 5. - Stomach out of order, belching with the taste of food, nausea, and hard (ools, tongue coated thick white. 6. - Stools often li$uid, containing portions of solid food. 7. - %lternate diarrhoea and constipation of old persons. 8. - Crushed fingernails grows in splits, and like warts with horny spots. 9. - Complaints %fter bathing, particularly in cold water.
APIS 1. - Child lies in torpor' delirium' sudden shrilling cries' s$uinting' grinding teeth' boring head in pillow' one side twitching, the other paraly ed' head wet from sweating' urine scanty, milky. 2. - 0edness and swelling, with stinging burning pain in the eyes, eyelids, ears, face, lips, tongue, throat, anus, testicles. 3. - *ery busy, restless' changing kind of work, with awkwardness' breaking things. 4. - -nlargement of right ovary, with pain in pectoral region, and cough. 5. - ,urning, stinging pains like bee stings, occurring occasionally. 6. - +reat soreness when touched on pit of stomach, under the ribs, on the abdomen. 7. - %bsence of thirst, with scanty urination. 8. - 1edema, or dropsy, without thirst. 9. - Skin usually white, almost transparent. 23ith ovarian dropsy.4 10. - Stinging and burning pains in the face, throat urethra, ovaries, piles, tumors, panaritium, carbuncles, indurations, schirrhus, open cancers, etc.
advanced dysentery with suspected ulceration. .(he head %lone or face alone.)n all varieties of dropsy. the caruncula swollen standing out like a lump of red flesh. . hot. with intense pains which are better in the open air. easily hawked up' only in the morning. . . worse from motion. especially when dependent upon disease of the liver.(hroat feels sore during expiration and coughing5 not on swallowing. 4.loody. ARNICA 1. 3. profuse mucopurulent discharge.. 2. 2. . . both idiopathic and secondary. the body cool.%ll parts on which he lies ache as if sore. .6neasiness in the painful parts. 4. with masses of epithelium connected by muco#lymph. especially of the face and head. . worse from a dry cough.Sensation of expansion of the body.Stitches in chest left side. jelly#like mucous in pharynx. . . every place seems to be too hard. with ulceration of the os or cervix. . ARGENTUM METALLICUM 1. 6. 3."rolapsus uteri. mucous stools. has to change position fre$uently.APOCYNUM 1. .)ntensely pink or scarlet red. 5.*iscid gray.Canthi red as blood. clusters of intensely red vessels extend from inner canthus to cornea. . with feeling as if bones of skull separated. better from external pressure. 2. ARGENTUM NITRICUM 1."urulent ophthalmia. . severe bearing down in the hypogastrium.
relieved by heat. ARSENICUM ALBUM 1. . 7. followed by bleeding. . excoriating the nostrils and upper lip' corners of mouth sore."oisoning from decayed or morbid animal matter. . . prostration and other ailments from walking fast. . .. . putrid breath. 6. red spots like suggillations on the body. stupor. falls. 6. cracked and bleeding. ASA OETIDA . 9. inhalation or swallowing. 3. 8.. drinks often. thin and watery. dry. ichorus fluid from the nose.&read of death when alone. especially in inner organs. or on going to bed' great restlessness and utter prostration.6n$uenchable. . by innoculation. .Suffering worse after midnight.*iolent burning pains in stomach and abdomen with intolerable anguish. burning thirst.urning pains. falls asleep while answering $uestions.ad effects from mechanical injuries. the latter increased by scratching. 2.&isordered stomach after eating fruit or ice cream.ran#like..1ppression of breathing.5. . or ascending a height. 5. .-ructations tasting like rotten eggs. . with great prostration.&ischarge of burning. scaly eruptions. skin and ulcers. . bruises and contusions. .. 4.lack stools. ARUM TRIPHYLLUM 1. 7. with itching and burning.(yphoid fever with greatest indifference. but little at a time' water disagrees. 10.
ody feels scattered about. . . 5. 2. wild wandering feeling. hysterical.Sensation of a ball rising in the throat obliging fre$uent swallowing to keep it down. BAPTISIA 1.Caries of the nasal.Confusion of mind as if drunk. after the abuse of mercury. that someone might with the finger tips or nail scratch even lightly on linen or similar material. 2. a most disagreeable sensation passes through him arresting momentarily all his thoughts and actions. and causing at times difficult breathing. . . . 4.1. . . ASARUM 1.Face 0ushed hot and dusky. cannot sleep because he cannot get the pieces together. with venous. 4. 3. 3.&elirious stupor. when merely thinking 2and this he must continually4. hemorrhoidal constitutions.&eep ulcers affecting the bones.1bjects appear as if divided hori ontally' can only sec lower hall upper half as if covered with a dark body.. .*ery melancholy with disgust for life' suicidal tendency. with numbness of head and face. falls asleep while answering a $uestion or being spoken to. scrofulous individuals. 2. or dark red with a besotted expression. .-xcessive sensibility of all the nerves. . . AURUM 1. . mastoid and osicular bones. . palatine.7ightness of all the limbs' when walking seems to be gliding through the air. tosses around to get the pieces together.!ead feels large and heavy. . 2."articularly adapted to nervous.
wants to run away from them. or when rising after stooping falling to the left or backwards. . with vanishing of sight and flickering before the eyes. 2.1ffensive dark brown mucous or bloody stools. can only swallow water."haryngitis. but great prostration. . . 6.-specially suitable for old people.(ongue white with reddish papillae. feels weak. dwarfs. worse on swallowing li$uids. worse on right side.6. 5. the bed feels so hard. deficient memory. . . .&ifficult breathing. tired and bruised. especially those who have inflammation and swelling of tonsils from last cold.Fear of imaginary things.Feels as if lying on a board. 3. 9. the lunge feel tight and compressed. or dry and brown down the centre.+reat mental and bodily weakness. no pain. dark putrid ulcers.(onsilitis. with glandular swellings. must change position. . 8. 2. and tendency to spasmodic contraction. . . parts bright red.)ndescribable sick feeling all over. sore and ulcerated. and from leaning forward. . worse from noise light or jarring. . . 4. followed by yellow brown coating in centre. and other throat affections characteri ed by intense hyperaemia and dryness of the parts. .*ertigo when stooping. edges dark red and shining. must have fresh air. BARYTA CARBONICA 1. 11.Fauces dark red.)ntense throbbing headache. scrofulous children. 10. tonsils and parotids swollen. BELLADONA 1. . 7. better when bending backward. with typhoid tendency. child cannot remember or be taught. cracked. . hot and swollen.Face glowing red.
. especially when uncovering the head.(enderness of the abdomen is aggravated by the least jar of the bed or the chair on which she sits. and again after midnight. BEN!OIC ACID 1. 11. 9..(akes cold in every draft of air. . 8.. extending to the testicles.enorrhagia or metrorrhagia' blood bright red' in plethoric subjects. 13. . . and sensitiveness to touch and motion' extreme pungent heat and violent pain. and disappear as suddenly as they came. characteri ed by great distension. continue violently a longer or shorter time. 10. .6sually worse after 8 p. digging. . She is obliged in walking to step with great care for fear of a jar.7."ulse accelerated. . m. . 15. . come on suddenly. 12."eritonitis and other inflammation. particularly in the abdomen and pelvis.&ragging or lancinating pain in spermatic cord. 14. tearing or pulsative pain in region of one or the other kidneys' violent stitching cutting pains from kidneys to bladder and urethra. pungent odour. . of the abdominal viscera. full and bounding.6rine highly coloured. .&ry cough from tickling in the larynx.3ants to sleep but cannot. offensive. BERBERIS 1.Stitching. 2."ains in loins and hips while urinating. . and of an exceedingly strong."ains. usually worse in the evening after going to bed. complains from having the hair out. 3. . violent throbbing of the carotid and temporal. .
7. cannot inspire deep enough' sensation as if the air passages were full of smoke. 3. .Cough. with black stool. 2. 2. child dreads to urinate and screams before each passage. . BRYONIA 1.!ot urine in infants. . 2. .%nxiety about his business. on swallowing' respiration very short. .!eadache from ironing. intensely painful hemorrhoids.&ifficulty of breathing.Cold sensations in larynx.&elirium about his business.Fluent cory a. 4. with cold feeling when inspiring. 6. 3. . . likes to moisten them often.m. etc. with snee ing' long continued and obstinate' corrosive soreness under the nose and on margins of nostrils. 5. with sudden paroxysms of suffocation. BROMINE 1. . . .Sensation in bed as if be were sinking deep down. not the where#withal to live. with great dryness of the mouth' child cries when nursing. mouth dry and thirsty for cold water.BORA" 1.Fre$uent drinking of cold water relieves the bitter taste and the inclination to vomit. worse at night. . . inside of cheeks. 6. after 3.lind. . 4.. 5. obliged to catch for breath. . . . cradle.7oud emissions of flatus from the vagina.a. . .%pthae on the tongue."arched and dry lips. in the mouth.*ery irritable. or from washing the perspiring face in cold water. 3. inclined to be angry.&read of downward motion. worse at night. as in a swing.
Sore.&esire for things immediately. . 17."it of the stomach swollen. stools hard and dry as if burnt.Sharp stitching pains in the chest.&ropsical swellings increase during the day diminish during the night. . . etc. . taste bitter.)n teething children milk disagrees. bruised pain in muscles of nape as from taking cold. stiff. .Coming into warm room from cold air excites cough. . . giddy when stooping or rising. 9. forehead heavy. . which when offered. 4. .Sour taste in the mouth or of the food. also sour diarrhoea. may be vomited in curds. dry mouth and tongue.Sitting up in bed causes nausea and fainting.Complaints when warm weather sets in after cold days.&ifficult dentition with little children. 3. CALCAREA CARBONICUM 1. . 13.!ead too large. sour vomiting. . with stitching pains from slightest motion. . 6. . especially during dentition.+astric affections. tongue coated white. 16. constipation. CACTUS 1. . 5. cannot ham to move or draw a deep breath. or pass the bowels in the same manner. pit of stomach sore to touch. 11.9oints red.8. .)tching of the scalp. also in lumbar region or small of back. . as if an iron band prevented its normal movement. food lies heavy. swollen. . fontanelles not closing. are refused.Sensation of constriction in the heart. 15. 12. . like a saucer turned bottom up. 14. 10. children scratch their heads when their sleep is disturbed or they are awakened.Constipation. 2.
4. .7. . 5. 11. 6. 10.*ery sensitive to the least cold air. those of a leucophlegmatic temperament. ..enses several days too early and too copious. . CANNABIS INDICA 1.1ften a children5s medicine.0etarded dentition.-xaggeration of duration of time and extent of space. . . as if she had on cold damp stockings. .&elayed closure or reopening of fontanelles.Chronic rheumatism and other troubles caused by working in water. . 13. CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA 1. 3. . CAMPHOR 1. . 8. particularly girls at or near puberty.-specially indicated in fair. . 9.!eartburn and other gastric symptoms one or two hours after dinner.(endency in children and young persons to grow very fat. which goes right through her. 2. . especially in second dentition. seconds seem ages.Sacro#iliac symphis is sore.3eak and sick for several days after coition. as if separated or broken.3ith every attempt to eat has aching in bowels. . plump children. . . 12.Cholera and choleric conditions' first stage or when discharges are scanty or suddenly suppressed' dry skin' icy coldness of the body and collapse. but oftener suitable for the young while growing. and a few rods an immense distance. .Feet constantly cold and damp.
especially in first stages' also simple urethritis. . or dark coloured as if mixed with blood."ain in the loins. 7. stomach and intestinal tract. 2. 8. . 10. and intolerable tenesmus and burning' urine passed drop by drop."ruritus in women. . . . 3. with strong sexual desire. kidneys and abdomen. .Scales on scalp. much burning and smarting.*iolent pains in bladder. 6. CANNABIS SATI#A 1.(he burning pain in throat is worse between the acts of swallowing. . . before. . or like scrapings from the intestines accompanied by burning in anus and dysuria.-rysipelatous inflammation forming blisters.Strong. . CANTHARIS 1. or burns before blisters have formed. discharge not profuse. with thirst worse after drinking.&ysentery of blood and mucus. . . persistent. 5.+onorrhoea. during and after urination.)ntense burning pains in the mouth. . burning cutting pains in the urethra. throat.Chills commence in back..%greeable thrilling from the knees down. and painful erections' or painless and without voluptuous sensations' with sore pain along urethra. enormous dandruff. 4. .6rine bloody.2. with such pain on urinating that he could not pass a single drop without moaning or screaming. with a sensation as if a bird5s claw were clasping the knees. . 9.*iolent. 2. CAPSICUM 1. with fre$uent urging to urinate.
almost constant. . 1.*iolent. .. . 5.3. 8. 7. . .+ums painfully sensitive while chewing.%ilments from $uinine. thready' cold sweat on limbs. .% version to meat. 3. especially of the hat' sensation remains after hat is taken off. 4.urning in the chest as from glowing coals. if he exerted it' worse evenings. with rawness and soreness. from salt and meats.*ital forces nearly exhausted. sour and rancid eructations. . especially from knees to feet' lies as if dead breath cool' pulse intermittent. . 4. 10. .Cough expels an offensive breath from the lungs. 2. fat and milk which cause flatulency. . thirst' after every drink. . cold surface. as if bound up with a cloth. abdomen full to bursting' worse from least food' better from eructations and passing flatus. staining linen yellow. empty. 9. 2.(eeth loose and sensitive on chewing. . . with deep rough voice.-ructations tasting of food eaten long before. CARBO #EG.%fter every stool.+reat roughness in the larynx. with fetid discharges. debilitating night sweats.+landular diseases of the schirrhous nature. 6. from putrid meat or fish or rancid fats. 3. accompanied by great prostration and debility. shivering.-xcessive flatulence. . 5.!ead painfully sensitive to pressure. . .1ffensive. .!oarseness and rawness worse evenings' aphonia worse mornings..ost complaints aggravated after drinking. especially suppressed chills and lever' from abuse of mercury. CARBO-ANIMALIS 1. which failed. 4. .
acid and excoriating the parts.!oarseness. 7. ..)nclination to close the eyes. .&eficient spasmodic labour pains. . .&esire to be fanned. . when snee ing. . . especially of the wrists and fingers. at night when asleep. 2. 4. and involuntary discharge of urine. 12. . even paralysis of upper eyelids.(he laryngeal muscles refuse their service' cannot speak a loud word.0heumatism of small joints. when coughing.*ertigo. milky. causing painful. or protracted lochia. after abortion or confinement. 2. .)n dysmenorrhoea spasmodic pains in uterus and various portions of the hypogastric regions. sore sensation in a streak down along the trachea 6.Cough with pains )n hip. from atony of the uterus. 5. .11. worse mornings and evenings. . CEDRON . . must have more air.orning leuchorrhoea.%bdomen feels as if hanging heavily' must walk bent. lids seem heavy. . or blowing the nose. CAUSTICUM 1. . 4. with scraping in the throat. 13. . must hold onto something' when stooping' also from flatulence 14. 3."aralysis of one side of the face.Cough in paroxysms. 3. CAULOPHYLLUM 1.)nvoluntary urination."assive hemorrhage.
. corroding stools with colic' thirst. diarrhoea or convulsions.Complaints increase during the sweat. . CHAMOMILLA 1. .. cheeks and white of eyes. CHININUM SULPHURICUM 1. 9.:ellow colour of the face. bitter taste. may extend to the chest or stomach.)ntermittent fever' paroxysms recur at the same hour every day. . and obstinately recurring. watery.3hining restlessness' child wants different things5 refuses or repels them when given. nose.Neither lying down. . . . or every other day. from local irritation during dentition' from )ndigestible substances in the stomach or )ntestines' from worms etc. . marshy climates. 5. or a little earlier each day' distinct stages.Child wants to be carried and gets relief. nor sweating lessens the pain. apyrexia. 4. 2.Constant pain under inferior angle of right scapula.1ne cheek red and hot' the other pale and cold. clock#like in its regularity. 6.+reen. .-specially useful to calm worry. or in tropical countries. warm.Fever. especially of the forehead. 2. . 3. especially when originating in damp. but relieved after the sweat or on rising. and bitter eructations. 7.1.urning in the soles of the feet' puts them out of bed. nor sleeping. . . . CHELIDONIUM 1. . perfect. excitement in very nervous women and children. 8.)ntermittents' periodicity.
CICUTA 1. . with heavy pressing down. 11. sensitive.Nervous or muscular irritation. . 10. the menses not appearing. CIMICI UGA 1. through the hips. after suppressed uterine discharges or suddenly ceasing pains. 6. . . 4. CINA . 12. ..Severe aching pains in the back. .0heumatic pains in muscles of the neck and back. brain fools too large for the cranium.enses suppressed from cold or emotions. limbs and whole body. down the thighs. .(op of head feels as if it would fly off. worse from moving the head.Chronic affections at puberty.0ush of blood to the head. but more in vortex and occiput' pressing and aching' sometimes extending to shoulders and down the spine. sleeplessness. . associated with ovarian or uterine irritation. 7. 5. . 9.)ntense aching pain in eyeballs.Convulsion with loss of consciousness' opisthotonos' frightful distortions of the face. limbs feel heavy and torpid. especially in delicate or hysterical women. feeling of stiffness and contraction. lancinating pains in various parts. who are affected with more or less disease of the generative organs.earing down in uterine region and small of back. .Sharp. . of a rheumatism or neuralgic origin.%ching or soreness of all the muscles.. 3. 13.Neuralgic or rheumatic dysmenorrhoea. . with great mental and nervous )rritability. low spirited."ains in every portion of the head. . . 8. 2.
CINCHONA 1."eriodical prosopalgia. etc. . with ringing in the ears. sore eruptions on occiput. . or leucorrhea. COCCULUS INDICUS 1. worse from washing in cold water.1.lack stools.%fter eating fruit undigested stools pass involuntarily. . CLEMATIS ERECTA 1. . not at night or in the morning.%nxiety as if she had committed a great crime. or a sensation in the abdomen as if it were packed full. seminal emissions. 2. etc.!emorrhage of dark clotted blood from nose and other parts. fever. night sweats.. etc. . restless sleep. . mostly )nfra#orbital and maxilary branches. 4.6ncomfortable distension of the abdomen with a wish to belch. with crawling and itching. 9."rofuse debilitating night sweats..Cough with granular expectoration during the day or in the evening.)ntense throbbing headache after excessive hemorrhage. great weakness. . 10. boring nose with finger. . grinding teeth at night. . . hemorrhoids.+reat hunger soon after eating' desires many and different things. particularly from nursing.&ebility or other complaints after loss of blood and other fluids. etc. 6. thin and watery' great prostration' no pain. startles easily.oist. pains excessive. . not in the least relieved by eructation.3orm affections' face pale white 5about the mouth. salivation. great hunger. onanism. . skin sensitive to touch. 3.&iarrhoea with undigested stools. in anaemic subject. 7. 5.. 2. and from warmth of bed. 8. . extending down the neck. . .
6. $uick to act. 7. 8.)n nervous persons. over excitability and. .&uring the menses so weak that can scarcely stand or talk."ains seem insupportable. . . . particularly increased perception of slight passive motions. chill worse on movement. night watching and conse$uent loss of sleep. bearing.)ntolerance of open air whether cold or warm. . no sleep on this account. but it is too sensitive. read fine print easier. particularly sudden pleasurable surprises. 10. everything worries her. full of ideas. 2. . swing or ship. 7.easly spots on the skin. . external dry beat.*ery sensitive mood.)ce. worse in the open air. .!ysteria and other nervous troubles arising from over anxiety.1ne#sided headache as from a nail driven into the parietal bone.. 4. . . weeping. or ice#cold water is the only thing lessening his violent toothache. . with dry heat. CO EA CRUDA 1. . 4. . 5. so long as touching it. . taste.2.Sleepless from excessive mental and physical excitement. and touch acute. . . especially the abdomen. 9. . 8.Choking constriction in upper part of throat. 3. internal chilliness. .%ffections after sudden emotions. smell. 3.-xcessive nausea and other affections caused by the motion of a carriage.Sensation of hollowness in one or more cavities of the body.3ould like to scratch or rub the part.+reat mental activity. 6.%ll senses more acute. 5. which impedes breathing and provokes cough. driving to despair.
%rticular rheumatism' shifting from one point to another' great sensitiveness to touch' worse from motion' teasing pains. viscid jelly#like urine.+astric disturbances. arising therefrom' or dysmenorrhoea. always nausea with disgust for food. worse at intervals of . shreddy particles. . COLLINSONIA 1. mostly around the umbilicus. worse in any other position. with stools of gelatinous or membranous mucus.. 3. thick. 4. 2. uteri etc COLOCYNTH 1. or <= minutes. misdeeds of others make him $uite beside himself. such as bright light. .Colic so distressing that they seek relief by pressing corners of tables or heads of bedposts against the abdomen. contact. great restlessness and loud screaming on changing position. . especially gastralgia. especially in gouty or rheumatic subjects. especially the heart. scarcely perceptible pulse' great oppression and dyspnoea. .&ysentery. . 2. discharge of stool or flatulence affords temporary relief. . .COLCHICUM 1.6rinates small $uantities with fre$uent urging. fetid. . . always worse at night. associated with gout or rheumatism or following suppressed gout. or containing white.&ysentery#like diarrhoea. . prolapsus. the smell of food being especially repugnant. strong colours.-xternal impressions. pruritis vulva.etastasis of gout or rheumatism to internal organs. 4. 3. renewed each time after taking the least food or drink.Severe colicky pains. with severe cardiac pains' weaker heart action' thread#like. has to bend double.!emorrhoids and constipation when associated with functional disturbances of the heart. 5. .
uterus or ovaries. 14. . or from excessive indulgence.Sexual desire without erections. rigid fibre. CONIUM 1. 11.*iolent vomiting that looks like coffee grounds. 12.Shriveling of the mammas. . when first lying during day or at night.Sensation as if something living were jumping about in the pit of the stomach and abdomen. and continues again after a short interruption. 5. .Soreness and swelling of the breasts preceding the menses. . with tight. caused by itching and crawling in the larynx. .Sensation as of a large foreign body in right half of brain.. 8. .)nduration of mammae. 6.ad effects from suppressed sexual desire. and to cancerous and scrofulous persons. . . spasmodic cough.Stitches extending from the abdomen to the right side of the chest.Swelling and induration of the testes. with increased sexual desire. .3eakness and da ling of the eyes.%dapted to the debility of old persons. dry. 4. especially of arms and legs' staggers as if drunk. to diseases caused by a blow or fall.(he flow of urine suddenly stops. 9. . together with giddiness and debility. 7. . .*ertigo.)ntense boring or tensive pain in the ovary causing her to bend double with great restlessness. . . 13. . 2. 3.*iolent.5. with lancinating pain. 10. . particularly when lying down or when turning over in bed. CROCUS 1. .
.-pileptiform convulsions' trembling. . . also by pressure. pasty. relieved by stretching the body out or standing erect. .2. 3. . DIGITALIS 1.. and falling unconscious without a scream' frothing from the mouth' followed by a headache. from suppressed eruptions. or during dentition. glittering needles.etrorrhagia of dark. ... .%udible gurgling of the drink passing from the esophagus. CYCLAMEN 1. . . etc. CROTON TIGLIUM 1.-xtremely slow pulse.Sudden sensation as if the heart stood still. difficult. CUPRUM METALLICUM 1. worse from slightest motion.0espiration irregular.Colic. . offensive evacuation of a dirty green colour. in black clots. DIOSCOREA 1.Flickering before the eyes. followed by a sudden. pains continuous' worse from bending double. fiery specks and sparks. 2.rain affections. with great anxiety. 3. viscid. 2. tottering. performed by fre$uent deep sighs. DROSERA . stringy blood. convulsions. which is forcibly shot out of the rectum. as of various colours.Constant urging to stool.
fluent cory a. 5. . . .1. scraping. EUPHORIA 1.%lways as a forerunner of the menses. better in cold. back painful. the neck stiff. with scalding tears and aversion to light.Nettle#rash with much itching. 3. 2. . a rash appears on the skin. 6. dry sensation deep in the fauces. ."rofuse.%ll symptoms aggravated by a change to cool wet weather.)f cold air or water chills him. .%bundant flow of corrosive tears. EUPATORIUM PER OLIATUM 1.0ough. even the jaws. as if bruised or beaten. causing difficult expiration.%fter disappearance of tetters on face. ERRUM .&ropsical affections after suppression of sweat by damp. with inclination to vomit. 2. and in soft palate. . almost blinding him. loins lame.3ith chill more shivering than degree of coldness warrants' thirst several hours before the chill. with deep hoarseness and oppression of the chest. which follow each other so violently that he is scarcely able to get his breath. cold air. faceache. . which continues during the chill and heat. . DULCAMARA 1. 2. violent asthma. increases in warmth. after scratching it burns.)ntense soreness and aching in the limbs. bland. 7. .From taking cold. . 4. 2. . . his tongue gets lame.&ry spasmodic cough occurring in paroxysms.
. 2.!eaviness of the head. throbbing without pain. or none at all. 7ittle thirst. as grief. cannot tell where he is. complete atony. 3. heat of face. 7. . 3. tongue. thick speech. 5. cold extremities. 6. .Febrile chilliness. or organs of deglutition."artial paralysis of the eyelids. . relieved after profuse emission of watery urine. have a very red face. 4. 4. Sleep with half waking and murmuring fre$uently. .Flying pains in the chest and spitting of blood.*iolent action of the heart. and the way home too long. GLONOINE 1. . .)nefficient labour pains.ad effects from exposure to the rays of the sun. . GELSEMIUM 1. though weak and nervous. especially in persons who flush easily and are subject to epistaxis.)n persons who. heat of the head and face. 2.. chilliness. distinct pulsation over the whole body. etc. .&istinct feeling of the pulse in the head. streets seem strange. .Fullness in head.1. dyspnoea. . .&iarrhoea after sudden emotions. 3. bad news.Fever beat with drowsiness. .6ndulating or wave#like motion in the brain. palpitation. or labour delayed by a rigid os. 6. . or widely dilated. 2. fright. . . feels very languid. and wants to lie still. . brain feels as if bruised.Sensation as if the head was enormously large. 5.Fiery redness of the face' veins of the face and head swollen. or the anticipation of an unusual ordeal.Confusion of ideas.
2.Soreness and cracking of the lips and nostrils. . or splinter were sticking in the throat.oist ec ema on the face' especially on chin and around the mouth.GRAPHITES 1. . . sticky fluid. particularly women with disposition to delayed menstruation. .Stools consisting solely of clear. . or during dentition. painful and sore to touch. . 4. dragging. . 3. must strongly concentrate the mind on what he is doing or the muscles do not act properly. dirty cruets which mat the hair together. as from cold."assive venous hemorrhages from all parts of the body.-c ema capitis of the whole scalp. . .&ropsical affections of the brain. or summer complaint. . 5. from which oo es a corrosive.-specially adapted to persons inclined to obesity.)tching blotches.6terine disease with great fatigue and prostration' burning or tired. . colourless mucus. on many parts of the body. watery. aching feeling in the lumbar and sacral regions..7oss of control of the mind over the body. especially after scarlatina. . grind the teeth. HELLEBORUS NIGER 1. 4. HAMAMELIS 1. forming massive. tenacious. HEPAR SULPHUR 1. 2.Constant chewing motion of the jaws. 3. .Sensation as if a fish bone. HELONIAS DIOCA 1.
every out or hurt suppurates. yellow. air feels cold in the nose. particularly the iodine of potash. yellow discharge.+reen slimy diarrhoea of a sour smell. discharges corroding. . . . tenacious. 8. .6nhealthy.Faintness at stomach. 3. convulsive trembling .Stomach inclined to be out of order' longing for sour or strong tasting things. . 4.%ilments after west or northwest wind. . yellow.Stomatitis in nursing women or weakly children. HYOSCYAMUS 1. second stage. 5. . . 4.%ll mucous secretions tenacious.2.)nvoluntary loud laughter with silly actions. ropy.(o promote suppuration in boils. to cold air or water. gone feeling. . . coughs when any part of the body is uncovered. thick. 6. 10.7eucorrhoea. sinking. . tenacious. 3. thick.Croup after dry.%ffections from the abuse of mercury. erosions of mucous surfaces. 6. . etc.Cannot bear to be uncovered. . . burning or stinging edges. thick. suppurating skin.)n nasal catarrh. especially after mercurius or chlorate of potash. HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS 1. . and great sensitiveness. 2. .+onorrhoea. little pimples surround the principal ulceration.6lcers very sensitive. 7. cold wind with swelling below the larynx. 9. 5. smelling like old cheese. or iodine. secretions more from posterior nares' thick. abscesses.
. sensation of water swashing around in it. or suppressed mental sufferings. running about the room.Slight blame or contradiction irritates and excites him to anger.%ilments from disappointed love. sinking back into apparent unconsciousness.%version to light and company.&elirium. .. ailments from fright. 11. dry cough.(he brain feels loose. . ."icking of the bed#covers.!as no desire to urinate. . tears clothes.9ealousy. rage.)nclined to be vexed.Full of suppressed grief.Fearfulness. fears. 2. . scolding. murmuring. 0etention of urine. always worse when lying down at night. or being where another is smoking. . . 5.ania.!eadache increased by smoking tobacco. broods over imaginary troubles. etc. striking. 14. &oes not know anybody. incoherent talk of business. she wishes to uncover and expose herself. ailments from vexation. . . . $uarrelsome. . 3. . . 5. . 4. 3. especially during childbed. untelligible chattering. swearing.Fear of being poisoned or sold. . 7. . seems weighed down by it. etc.Spasmodic. or of the face. scolding. 13. answers when spoken to. complains of )maginary wrongs. 10. IGNATIA 1. anxiety. 8.!eadache as if a nail were driven out through the side of the head.2. 4.%ilments from grief. . has no wants. relieved by lying on the painful side. 6. 12. relieved by sitting up. 9. closed eyes.7ascivious furor without modesty. .
.-very time he stands still during a walk he coughs. croup. 3. .&uring the chill. skin dirty yellow' great debility and prostration. and great precordial anxiety. dry. . with nausea.(eeth yellow and easily blunted by vegetable acids.Constant heavy oppressive pain in the region of the heart. . .. as if the brain were bruised. . 9. .&istressing feeling.!eadache. all through the bones of the head. 4. . and inclination to vomit. barking cough' child grasps the throat with the hand. 8.Sleepy after each coughing spell.(he mammae dwindle away and become flabby. $uick. . with sharp. 4. .embranous. . . 5. . 3.Stooping causes him to vomit. .*ertigo' throbbing in the head and all over the body' tremor of the heart' fainting' worse immediately after rising from a seat. 10. thirsty. 6. . 2.Change of position relieves the pain 12. or bed' or by sitting or lying down after slight exercise.-maciation. 7.6. external warmth pleasant. and down into the root of the tongue. as though the stomach were hanging down relaxed. .Sensation of weakness and sinking in pit of stomach. . IODINE 1. with whee ing and sawing respiration.&istressing nausea. with almost all complaints.Fre$uent sighing' constant desire to take deep breath.Spasmodic affections of children conse$uent on being put to sleep soon after punishment. . no thirst' external warmth intolerable. IPECACUANHA 1. 11. 2. piercing movable pains. during the fever heat.
7.Suffocation threatens from constriction in the throat and chest.6lceration deep. 5. 2.Sick headache. trachea and bronchi.Sensation as if the nose were swollen and stiff. .7oses breath with the cough.5. . headache.embranous and diphtheritic croup' invading larynx.ackache. or any other mucous membrane.. . mostly heat with thirst. blood bright red. 6. . . worse from the least motion.!emorrhage from the uterus. 8. 2. almost constantly running from left to right 6. .-specially useful in fat.Stools as if fermented. and as if a heavy weight were hanging from it. . light haired persons' fat chubby children. . . turns pale and becomes rigid. 3. IRIS #ERSICOLOR 1. 10. .. long fever.. heavy. resulting from gastrohepatic derangement' dull. the other hot. of a tough. . . $ALI BICHROMICUM 1.outh and tongue feel as though they had been scalded. short chill. edges regular.Cough worse when undressing' better after getting warm in bed' worse in the morning on waking' whee ing and panting. which sticks to the parts and may draw out in long strings. 11.&ischarges from nose. . nausea.3ith every movement a cutting pain in abdomen. cough and sweat last. green as grass. 4. with nausea and colic. vagina. with retching and expectoration of stringy viscid mucus. clotted with heavy oppressed breathing. . then violent cough. . 9. or throbbing headache. mouth.1ne hand cold. stringy mucous. with vomiting of food and bile. profuse. . as if cut out with a punch.
%ll secretions from mucous surfaces excessively acrid and corrosive in their character. especially in anaemic patients. . . 4. but too short and feeble. when swallowing. even of the bed clothes' they cause uneasiness in the abdomen' no tenderness. $ALI CARBONICA 1. .Sensation of a swelling in the throat.$ALI BROMATUM 1. . or nervous persons who are exhausted but irritable. and affections of glands and bones. 3.(onsilitis worse on left side. . pains from the throat to the ear' neck very sensitive to touch. on empty swallowing' better on swallowing food. causing great soreness and irritation of the parts.Stitches in the chest on inspiration. LACHESIS 1. 3. .Sleeplessness. .. . with tension across the abdomen. $REOSOTUM 1. to mercurial and syphilitic affections in general. 5.enses at the regular time.m. after lying down' cough worse from 8 to > a. $ALI IODATUM 1. .6terus will not bear contact.(ongue trembles when protruded. . 2. cutting pains in the evening. or catches behind the teeth. staining the linen. choking when swallowing' or.Stitches in region of liver. . . 2.:ellow leucorrhoea. as if two large lumps came together. who have been thoroughly saturated with mercury. .Swelling like a sack between the eyebrows and lids 2.-specially adapted to scrofulous persons.
!eart feels as if s$uee ed in a vice. extreme dyspnoea. . and utter inability to perform them. LEDUM 1. 2. . . metrorrhagia.. or sharp. relieved by a flow of blood. slow. 10. .-ruptions which burn and sting. with a sensation of a heavy weight and pressure in uterine region. . LAUROCERASUS 1. as if the whole contents would press out through the vagina' relieved by pressure of hand against vulva.&ull. .%ching pain in the shin bones. 7. 4. $uick pain with fluttering of the heart.ost symptoms aggravated after sleep. 2.)n rheumatic affections the heat of the bed is intolerable. -specially useful in insect bites.!ot flashes. .earing down. 8.Nervous and organic affections of the lungs and heart. . 11. 1. 9. or alternately grasped and relaxed. irregular pulse.6.Constant hurried feeling as of imperative duties. causing suffocative attacks. and great nervous excitement. like the bites or stings of )nsects. .6terine and ovarian pains. wants to uncover. . and other troubles during climacteric period. 3. . characteri ed by spasmodic contractions of the throat and chest.Suddenly something runs from the neck to the larynx and interrupts breathing' awakens him at night' spasm of glottis. .. . pressive pain in region of heart. particularly mos$uitoes. LILIUM TIG.+reat physical and mental exhaustion in morning on rising. .
. in the hypochondria. relieved by eructations. usually worse at night' great restlessness. 2. especially on occiput and face. in region of ribs and chest. 6. worse after scratching and from warmth.Continuous rumbling and rolling in the abdomen.&iarrhoea. dentition.!umid suppurating eruptions. must get up and walk about. 5. bubbling and gurgling. LYCOPODIUM 1.Nervous affections of the heart dependent upon.%cid dyspepsia' from milk.. crusts thick. 1. oo ing a fetid moisture. .-xcessive fullness and distension of the abdomen. which sours' from cabbage. especially in puny. .%ggravation of the symptoms from > to ? p. . uterine and ovarian diseases. .Fan#like motion of the alae nasi in respiratory diseases. sandy sediment. but a small $uantity of food seems to fill him full. with enlarged abdomen. especially of the face' lightning#like pains. causing tension.m.Neuralgia. . relieved by passing urine. MAGNESIA MUR. urine deposits a red.Severe backache. especially of children' stools green and frothy like the scum of a frog pond' griping pains. . 3.uch flatus accumulates here and there in the abdomen. . relieved by empty eructations. 2. .!unger. . 3. MAGNESIA CARB.5. . potatoes and other gross food.Constipation' stools hard and knotty like sheep5s dung. sour eructations. especially of children and young persons. 8. 7. or crumbling as if burnt. . easily bleeding. or in infants during. with flatulence. . 4. . 1. rachitic children. in the back.
showing impress of the teeth on the margins. spongy. like raw meat. 9. of a coppery#red colour. 12. 15. . receding from the teeth. 7. burning and tenesmus. 11. .oring pains in the exostoses at night. with inflamed elevated. red tongue with dark spots and burning. salty taste' sickly colour of the gums and teeth set on edge. . itching. night sweats drive him out of bed. . clammy. .7eucorrhoea always worse at night. edges whitish. 16. .0ound spots shining through the skin. 3. or become black and carious.Colic. corroding with rawness. during and after stools.2. but the sweat affords. .)tching of genitals.. 8.. before. fetid odour from the month. anxiety.Sweating with all complaints. . 2. painless ulcers. etc.3orse when lying on the right side. . . swollen. . 14. .(eeth feel loose.. on the scalp. . made worse from contact of urine remaining on the parts. particularly the pain in the region of the liver. burning. .+ums painful to the touch. .6lcers having an impure lardaceous surface. covered with phlegm#like pus. skin of penis. movement difficult.oist tongue with intense thirst. Syphilis. pale. the intestines. . bleeding.Cold. smarting. 6. 5.(ongue swollen and flabby. and bruised feeling in. everted edges. fall out. 4. . .)ndigestion of children during dentition' milk causes pain in stomach and passes undigested. chilliness between the stools 13.&uring every menstrual period. no relief.Flat. 10. readily bleeding.6lceration very superficial and wide spread. MERCURIUS 1.
. swollen and blue. . MURIATIC ACID 1. . patient slides down in bed. cutting and stinging in trachea. great debility' the lower jaw hangs down. . leaving raw spots on which fat pustules form. 3. tears off the scales. . burning. 2. (he ichor from the scratched face excoriates other parts. ichorus pus. . . 2. MERCURIUS IODATUS 1.!ead covered with a thick.6lcers on the genitals with putrid discharges. with burning and soreness. ME!EREUM 1.*ery distressing persistent tenesmus.Fluent cory a."osterior wall of pharynx dotted with patches of mucus and small spots which look ulcerated. stools fre$uent.MERCURIUS CORROSI#US 1. and secreting a thin. under which pus collects and mats the hair. after stool burning and tenesmus of rectum and bladder. 2. nothing but mucus tinged with blood. 4. )tching worse at night. . with rawness and smarting in the nostrils. tightness across the chest.Chancres assuming a phagedenic appearance.)nfluen a.!emorrhoids protruding like a bunch of grapes.)n typhus fever. . .Child scratches the face continually. with hoarseness and aphonia. and cutting colicky pains. leathery crust. which becomes covered with blood. 3. much sensitiveness and general weakness. .
with sensation of constriction of the anus' difficult expulsion of a stool fissuring the anus. nausea and vomiting before. cracked. especially after the abuse of mercury.%cid dyspepsia.)rregular intermission of the beating of the heart and pulse. beating and stitches through the neck and chest.+reat aversion to bread of which she was once very fond.listers like pearls upon the lips. . . especially after a vegetable diet. which is not very dry.!eadache.)ntermittent fever. 4. NATRUM MURIATICUM 1. . red face. . with pricking.sweats. 5. sunstroke. chill at <= or << a. upper lip swollen.NATRUM CARBONICA 1. inveterate or badly treated cases. on glans and prepuce. . burning pain on being touched. NITRIC ACID 1. . especially when lying on the left side. in damp regions or newly turned ground. 7. 3. after $uinine. occurring during hot weather in persons who have had a previous. especially. 2. .+reat complaints about the dryness of the tongue. with beat in head. 9.Constipation.!eadache as if bursting. with hypochondiasis and palpitation of the heart. etc. 8. 2.. but exuding an offensive moisture. .. leaving a sensation of much soreness. . 6. melancholia.listers and ulcers on the tongue and mucous membranes of the mouth and throat.Superficial ulcers like chancres. . during and after menses. . vertigo. or during the fever stage. .3hen the throat and neck of children emaciate rapidly during summer complaints. looking clean. decreasing gradually after the . . breaks out around the mouth. starchy food. .m..7ips dry. 2. with flow of blood. especially in intermittent fever.
. and spasmodic constriction. followed by sleep. . in summer with children.. 10. NU" #OMICA . . in anus during stool' fissures. . 2. 8.enorrhagia. . 7. sleep."ainless pulsation in the head.3.3hile eating. . especially on touch. one moment laughing. bleeding when touched. . irresolute.Changeable mood. . . the next crying. with loss of appetite and great sleepiness. .&uring menses great pressure in the back. like. . abdominal. irregular' exuberant granulations.6lcers with stinging and pricking pains. have had menses very irregular.Sycotic excresences on the glans. slow#thinking. particularly with pains' lies in stupid slumber. blood thick and dark with such as. edges.Sticking pains in rectum.. 9. with fear to go to. NU" MOSCHATA 1. 7. . in all parts of the body.Sudden hoarseness from walking against the wind.Stitches and sticking pains as from splinters. . chopped eggs. . after mercury or in secondary syphilis. 3. 8. 5.&iarrhoea undigested. bearing down and drawing in the limbs. 6. 11. . 6.Fainting with palpitation of the heart.(houghtless. 4. from within outwards."ain in sacrum when riding in a carriage. .&rowsy with all complaints. changing the mind. 5. 4. soon satisfied' headache from eating a little too much.Cracking in maxilliary articulation when chewing. ."ain as if the rectum would be torn asunder during stool.
. face red and puffed up. OPIUM 1.Sleepy in the early evening and sleepless at night... . eyes burning hot and dry. . angry or of a spiteful malicious disposition. . constipation and hemorrhoids.Careful.1. worse after eating. with complaints at the onset and remaining after. or keeping on for several days.&ry. and twitching around the mouth. . 2. with fre$uent and ineffectual desire for stool. . or in those who dissipate. . . . passes nothing but hard. fatiguing cough in the evening after lying . . jealous persons. 11.m. 2. 4. rawness.%fter aromatics in food. or very early in the morning. .&elirious talking. inclined to get excited and. eyes wide open. . convulsions. falls into a dreamy sleep at day# break from which he is hard to arouse. or the head hot. lies awake for hours with a rush of thoughts. 10. with abdominal sufferings. sensation as if more remainend but could not be evacuated.%fter a fright. 12. as from smoke in the brain.Fools worse in the morning. also with roughness. copious. . 7. 3. and scraping in the chest. especially in those of sedentary habits. . or as medicine. and sensation of constriction of rectum 5. especially ginger pepper. . and averse to rising. 6. 8. with fear. also worse after mental exertion and after eating.down.enses a few days before the time.Nervous and irritable.. and stopped up at night. and after most any kind of so#called hot medicines. etc.&runkenness with stupor. 3.%ilments from continued mental labour. . 9. .!ypochondric mood. and then feels tired and weak.Constipation. 4. soon after waking.%wakes at 8 a. black balls from the bowels.%fter stool.Cory a' fluent during the day.
6. tough and hard. 11. . clocks striking and cooks crowing at a great distance keep her awake. from change from warm to cold air. .&ry tickling cough in the evening.Colic and other ailments from lead in paints. trembling of the head.%s soon as water becomes warm in the stomach. relieved by external pressure.Cough worse in evening and night. like a dog5s' voided with difficulty. now and then jerks as if the flexors were overactive. 3. . arms and hands. body cold. 2. PHOSPHORUS 1. .ost symptoms aggravated before midnight.Fre$uent diarrhoea during cholera time' cholerina. 5."ulsations. the bed feels so hot she cannot lie on it. 7. long.(witching. 9. inclination to stupid sopor.Chronic painless diarrhoea of undigested food. . 7.(rembling of the whole body while coughing. and deep snoring respiration. . . 6. with eyes half open. .Sleplessness with acuteness of hearing. with much thirst during the night. . .6nrefreshing soporous sleep. with full bladder. from nursing after the nurse has had furious fit of passion. pipes and otherwise. .Child makes no water. . 8. . . . . .Small wounds bleed much. 11. with tightness across the chest. .Constipation' feces slender."ains in chest with coughing. .Cannot talk on account of pain in larynx. 8.Sleepy but cannot sleep. 9. . 12. dry. motion of the body and uncovering the head relieves.(he lower lip and jaw hang down. and during a thunder storm. 4.Can lie only on right side. and has no stool.. it is thrown up.5. 10. 10. sticking and burning in the brain. 13. .
.%ilments from growing too fast. proud and haughty in her manner. sorrow. writing. difficult comprehension' imbecility.PHOSPHORIC ACID 1. or any attempt at mental labour. overestimating herself. . 6. 9. .ones of the skull feel as if someone had scraped the swollen and tender periosteum with. . . a knife.&iarrhoea.:ellow spots on the whites of the eyes. .&ifficult swallowing' with every attempt excruciating shooting pains through both cars. especially sexual' great mental and physical prostration from reading.%rrogant."ain in the liver during menstruation. . . 5.ad effects from onanism.."erfect indifference. 2. .rain fag and neurasthenia. falls off especially after grief or sorrow. or flaxen. grief. not debilitating. 3. . . PLATINA 1. homesickness or unfortunate love. 8. and looking down with pitiful contempt upon those around her. 2.!air turns gray early. 4. PHYTOLACCA 1. . . PICRIC ACID 1. 7.0ed streak in middle of tongue.. though of long continuance.+reat pain in root of tongue when swallowing. sexual excess. . widens in front. .
"rolapsus ani with every stool. rolling from side to side with moaning' during dentition. somewhat relieved by pressure. . 7.!ysteria..Constipation' stools scanty. . ..-xcruciating pains in the umbilical region. more from movement. or after any sudden motion. occurring in paroxysms. . and other spasmodic affections in hysterical women. as if drawn in by a string. . sour. black or green colour. . especially during dentition.2. PODOPHYLLUM 1. 4.. mostly from hips to knees. lightning#like neuralgic pains in lower limbs. . such as snee ing or coughing. green.Sharp. passed with difficulty.*iolent colic' abdomen retracted to the spine. PLUMBUM 1. . 4. yellow. 3.1bjects appear smaller than they really are. 6."ainting with sensation of emptiness in abdomen after stool. . with much flatulence and burning in the anus. 2.Nymphomania' genitals painfully sensitive with voluptuous tingling extending into the abdomen. stools watery. . in lumps.!ead hot. 4. . . . or balls like sheep5s dung. hard. to other portions of the abdomen and body.&istinct blue line along margins of gums. . or with bowel disorders. . 3. @ +rinding of teeth at night. 5. 3.orning diarrhoea.iliousness with nausea and giddiness' tendency to bilious vomiting and purging.&iarrhoea with great sinking at the epigastrium' sensation as if everything would drop through the pelvis. 5.
11. . RHEUM . . RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS 1. particularly fat of pork. tossing in every possible direction. or suppressed from getting the feet wet. later. blue eyed. 6."ressure in abdomen and small of back. .. 10.ild.ad taste in the mouth.Noctural enuresis. 9. or from change of temperature. inclined to silent grief with submissiveness.enses too late and scanty. 7.Sandy hair. cakes. or no taste at all.)ntercostal rheumatism' chest feels sore and bruised. . . gentle yielding disposition. . . 12. a yellowish#green discharge..Stomach disordered from rich foods. 8. with disposition of lower limbs to go to sleep when sitting. .Cory a.enstrual colic with great restlessness.. as from subcutaneous ulceration. as from a stone.PULSATILLA 1. always awakes with a dry tongue. with loss of taste and smell. . or nothing tastes good.+reatly troubled with dryness in the mouth and throat while sleeping.(hirstlessness with all complaints. pastry. pale face. sometimes )neffectual desire for stool 3. can hardly give her symptoms on account of weeping.3andering pains shift rapidly from one place to another. . .Neuralgic.. always worse from damp weather. is sad and desponding. especially in the morning. 5. . . 4. particularly )n little girls. cries at anything. etc. sore nostrils. . fluid or dry.. also with swelling of the joints. 2. 2. arthritic and rheumatic affections. but without thirst.
0estless at night. dark#brown stools. . . but cannot eat them.%ching in left arm with disease of the heart. 8.Swollen around the ankles.ove. worse on the side on which he lies. 10. . 6. particularly in travelling. dry and cracked.%ll symptoms worse in cold. and during or before a thunder#storm.1.7ameness. oven if washed or bathed every day. RHUS TO"ICODENDRON 1. and still more in abdomen. low. . after sitting too long. relieved by continued motion. with burning and itching. . . .enstrual flow causes biting pain in the vulva.%ppetite for various things. 2. 3. or on getting up in the morning. 4. they become repulsive. stormy weather."utting hands out of bed covers brings on a cough. 12. . . worse when turning and most when beginning to . abdomen distended.(yphoid."ains as if strained. . . 11. . has to change position fre$uently. stillness and pain on first moving after rest. . stupefaction. RHODODENDRON 1. tongue red. 5. with much colic.Soreness as if beaten in the hypochondriac region. . 9. . ailments from spraining and straining.Complaints after getting wet in a rain while overheated.. insensibility restlessness. particularly from stretching the arms high up to reach things.*esicular and pustular eruptions. 7.Corners of mouth ulcerated and sore.(he child smells sourish. lifting. or chafed around the genitals. . loose. mild delirium. 3. .&iarrhoea' stools brown and of an excessively sour smell. 2.
sits up in bed.Suffocative attacks after midnight.rown. RUTA 1.!emorrhage from the uterus. . incessant. dry fatiguing cough. with chilliness and flushes of heat. . talking. 2.*iolent. with little expectoration. SABINA 1. 3. aggravated by pressure.&rawing pains and dragging in the small of the back.-yes burn. . in paroxysms' worse from motion' blood dark and clotted from loss of tone in uterus' also after abortion or confinement' with pain from back to pubes. .. worse in limbs and joints. . SAMBUCUS 1. 2.. feel strained and fatigued as after reading too long. .Sensation of soreness and rawness in larynx and behind the sternum.ruised feeling all over. or otherwise overtaxing them' worse using them in the evening.Sick headache occurring periodically. too much reading. . turns blue and gasps for breath. watery morning diarrhoea. from fine sewing. ache. 2.RUME" CRISPUS 1. the headache begins in occiput. extending into the pubic region. spreads upward and settles over the right eye. and especially by inspiring cool air and night. the child wakens suddenly. as from a fall or a blow. . . . SANGUINARIA 1.
. vomits after drinking. 6. . especially on the chest and abdomen.rown liver spots on the skin. 5. . 4.7eucorrhoea' yellow like milk or pus' or of bad smelling fluids' excoriating. rawness between the toes. 3. or from wrapping it up warmly. particularly at night. 2.&ry. and particularly during pregnancy. caused by tickling in the throat pit. hacking cough. 5.. . .:ellow saddle across the nose' also yellow spots on the face.Sensation as if everything would come out on the vagina' she has to cross her limbs to prevent it.-specially suited to persons with dark hair' for women.6terine hemorrhages from atony' especially after abortion or confinement' flow black and offensive' worse from slightest motion' threatening collapse. 2. . . SEPIA 1. 3. 3. 4. also complains after checking it.!ead wet from sweating. SILICEA 1. likes wrapping it up. .1ffensive foot sweat. extending down beneath the sternum. . . .3ater tastes bad. . with a crawling sensation.Circumscribed redness of one or both cheeks. . . SECALE CORNUTUM 1. in child#bed and while nursing.!eadache better from binding head tightly. .)ncreased menses with repeated paroxysms of icy coldness over the whole body.3eakness and pain in back' grows worse on sitting still.2.
)ntolerable pressive pain in the eyeballs. malar bone and teeth. . worse at noon. 6. and anxiety. with pressive bruised pain' stitches from testicles into spermatic cord which is swollen and painful. rheumatic pericarditis. so violent as to be audible and visible. with trunk raised. can lie only on right side. with anxiety and palpitation of the heart. worse in turning the eyes. 7.Swelling of the testicles. . which is especially aggravated by cold water.6. anxious breathing' worse during inspiration and lying down. sawing. with violent palpitation of the heart. even convulsions. with suffocative attacks at night. tearing. motion of jarring. periodical from morning until sunset. disappearing when lying down. .0heumatic ophthalmia' pains are sharp and tearing. . 4.(hrobbing. .Slow suppurating processes in general. SPIGELIA 1. with pressure in the eyeballs.%ilments following vaccination' abscesses. 2.3ant of vital warmth even when taking exercise 7. . . 8. tearing toothache.0heumatic affections of the heart. whistling. 8. barking. . from noise. 3.Neuralgia of the fifth pair of nerves.&yspnoea. 5."urring feeling over the heart' wave#like motion not synchronous with the pulse. SPONGIA 1. shooting. etc. ..Croup' dry. they feel too large for their orbits. hollow cough. the least motion produces great suffocation. 2. with whee ing. . STANNUM . 3. .(hyroid gland swollen and hard. . . . burning into the eye."alpitation of the heart.
!ysteria or hypochondriasis from sexual or onanism.&uring the chill the head is hot. it wants to get away from them. 3.(witches in the face. . 4.!oarseness and roughness in the larynx.+reat accumulation of mucus in the trachea. 4.&esire for company and light. 6. . 2. 3.&ifficult deglutition from spasmodic constriction of the throat. .Neuralgic headache. 5.0ed. easily detached by a slight cough. hot face with cold feet. . . . or anything bright. . . begins lightly and increases gradually to its highest point. 2. sometimes ulcerating. 8.-xcessive aversion to li$uids.0eading aloud or talking produces great exhaustion. . with great weakness in the chest. .0espiratory diseases characteri ed by "rofuse mucus or mucopurulent expectoration. excites convulsions or spasmodic constriction of throat.(he child awaking is frightened at everything it sees. frowns in the forehead. water. does not want to be uncovered. . . 2. . sitting firmly even when shaking the head. a mirror. 7. constantly recurring.%ttacks of rage with beating and striking.1. . STAPHISAGRIA 1. and then gradually declines. .Sensation of a round ball in forehead. . 3. . sometimes expectoration of balls of sweetish mucus. 5.Styes. STRAMONIUM 1.
. and wakefulness the whole night.*oluptuous )tching and tingling.%s an intercurrent remedy. 8. 11.-mpty. or soles of feet. . .6nsteady gait. or driven out of bed early in the morning. . .3eakness in chest in evening when lying down. .)rresistible drowsiness in daytime. .Child dislikes to be washed or bathed.lack comedones on the face. . 10. 6. or passing off with a little moisture and faintness or debility. tremor of hands. . . 2. faint feeling in stomach about << a. wants to find a cool place for them. 12.m. principally at night 15. little appetite. 5. . burning and soreness from scratching. SULPHURIC ACID . .Cramps in calves of legs. . 17.&oes not walk erect' stoops or bends in walking or sitting.urning in the vagina' is scarcely able to keep still. .SULPHUR 1... with spells of faintness. 7.!ot flashes.!eat in soles of feet. or cold feet and burning soles.. especially at night in bed wants doors and windows open.&iarrhoea some hours after midnight. 14. 18.oth the flow of urine and discharge of feces are painful to the parts over which they pass. .%ttacks of suffocation. 16. 9. . . 4.Standing in the most disagreeable position.+reat thirst. . when carefully selected remedies fall to produce a favourable effect. or puts them out of bed. 3. gone. 13.
often pustular. 3.1. hopelessness and despair.)cy coldness from the knees to the toes. with young children.-very drink chills the stomach unless some spirit is mixed with it. . irresistible sleepiness. particularly when coughing. .(hick eruption like pocks. TEREBINTHINA 1. . and dull stupified sleep. and twitching in the face. when awake. or the last bloody.Nephritis with burning. . large as a pea. bloody urine.. drawing pains in region of kidneys' heaviness and pressure' strangury' scanty. . ."ainful urging to urinate. . particularly children. TABACUM 1. 2. 5. scanty discharge. 7. dark red. . sometimes vomited up.)ntense and long#lasting nausea and vomiting. .&eath#like paleness of the face.uch rattling of mucus in the chest. with sick stomach. 1. . with stitches in the bladder and burning in the urethra. more in the evening and in warmth. with tenesmus and burning. with crying or dosing. 2. . . 6.)cy coldness.(he head trembles.*ertigo with $ualmishness. 5. during soft stool. .Coughing and gaping consecutively. worse indoors. 4. better outdoors. . cold sweats and intermittent pulse. or chill and fever.eating and throbbing in all the vessels of the body. with great anxiety. or vomiting of food.Cannot keep the eyes open. 3. . with an inward trembling and drowsiness..*iolent pain in small of back. 8. 4. TARTAR EMET. .
. especially on forehead' particularly in colic and choleric conditions. 2.%ttacks of pain with delirium. . #ERATRUM ALBUM 1.Cold perspiration on face. profuse' sacroiliac synchondroses full as if falling apart' better from a tight bandage. .0eligious mania' praying. . 4. 8. 5.*iolent colic about the navel. getting worse in warmth of bed. 2. hands and hairy parts. .&ifficult walking. as if ice were lying there. first right. . #ERATRUM #IRIDE .!emorrhages' blood bright red.&iarrhoea.Coldness on the vortex. 3. . .THU%A 1. 10. . .&ysmenorrhoea with vomiting and purging. especially in whooping cough. or driving to madness. then left hipjoint feels paralytic.. 6. . 3.0heumatic pains in wet weather. .Neck so weak child can scarcely keep it erect. . TRILLIUM 1.oist sycotic excresences on genitals. 7. 9. seems to be longer' face cold and sunken. . as if intestines were twisted in a knot' better after stool. cursing and howling' lo$uacious.Nose grows pointed. stool expelled forcibly with much noisy flatus or with gurgling as water from a bunghole.Fixed idea of a living animal in the abdomen. or exhausting diarrhoea with cold sweat. better on walking up and down.
.&ifficult. 4. . especially cerebral exhaustion. . 2. 2.Nervous.1. 3. 4.!eart5s beat loud. . . !INCUM METALLICUM 1. slow. .(he tongue feels as if it had been scalded. laboured breathing' active congestion of the chest. . . .. fidgety moving of the feet.!eadaches from drinking even small $uantities of wine. strong. 3.enstrual disorders with intense cerebral congestion. especially after retiring and during sleep.*aluable in various neuroses arising from profound disturbances of the nerve centres of the brain and spinal cord. with great arterial excitement' pulse incompressible' high temperature.0elief comes from the appearance of discharges or eruptions.
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