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Pure Materia Medica. 









DR. C. HERING, OF Philadelphia. DE. CARROLL DUNHAM, of New York. 

DE. AD. LIPPE, of Philadelphia, and otheks. 






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Carlsbad, . . 

Carya Alba, . 

Cascarilla, . . 

Cassada, . . 

Castanea Vesca, 

Castor Equi, . 



Causticum, . . 

Cedron, . . . 

Centaurea Tagana, 

Cereus Bonplandii, 

Cereus Serpentinus, 

Cervus, .... 

Chamomilla, . . 

Chelidonium Majus, . . . 

Chenopodium Anthelminticum, 

Chenopodium Vulvaria, . . 


Chimaphila, .... 


Ohininum Arsenicosum, , 
Chininum Muriaticum, 
Chininum Sulfuricum, . 


Chloroformum, . 
Chlorum, . . . . 

Chromicum Aeidum, . . 
Chromium Oxidatum, 
Cicuta Maculata, 
Cicuta Virosa, .... 




Cinchoninum Sulfuricum, 


Cinnamomum, .... 







































Cistus, .... 
Citrus Limonum, 
Citrus Vulgaris, 
Clematis, . . 
Cobaltum, . 
Coca, .... 
Cocculus, . . 
Coccus Cacti, 
Cochlearia, . . 
Codeinum, . . 
Cotfea Cruda, . 
Coflfea Tosta, . 
Coffeinum, . . 
Colchicinum, . 
Colchicum, . . 
Colocynthis, . 
Comocladia, . 
Coniinum, . 

Convolvulus Arvensis, 
Convolvulus Duartinus 
Copaiva, ..... 
Corallium Eubrum, . 
Coriaria Ruscifolia, . 
Cornus Circinafa, 
Cotyledon, . . 


Crotalus Horridus, . 
Crotalus Horridus, Append! 
Crotalus Cascavella, . 
Croton Tiglium, . 
Cryptopinum, . . . 
Cubeba, ... 
Notes and Corrections 

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There are several spriugs at Carlsbad, of which "Sprudel" and "Muhl- 
briiunen" are the chief. Sprudel has a temperature varying from 125 to 
162.5 F., and contains in one thousand parts (Ragsby, 1862) : 

Sodium sulphate, 2 3719 

Sodium bicarbonate, .... 1.9272 

Sodium chloride, 1.0307 

Calcium carbonate, . ... .4288 

Magnesium carbonate, . . . .1889 

Strontium carbonate, 0010 

Perrum carbonate, 0038 

Manganum carbonate, 0008 

Potassium sulphate, 1636 

Calcium phosphate, 0002 

Calcium fluoride, 0036 

Aluminium phosphate, 0004 

Silicic oxide (acid) 0728 

Carbonic dioxide (acid gas), free, .76C0 

Traces of iodide and bromide of sodi- 
um, of csBsium, rubidium, lithium, and 
of boracic oxide (acid). 

Authorities. 1 to 6, symptoms obtained from drinking (and bathing in) 
the waters (chiefly from " Sprudel " and " Muhlbriinnen " springs), collected 
by Gross, Archiv. f. Horn., 20, 3, 173 ; 1, "B.," a strong man, of 52 years, 
drank and bathed in both springs; 2, "C," a man, 50 years old, suffered 
at first from "heart troubles," but afterwards died from a " nervo-gastric 
fever;" 3, "G.," a man, of 70, inclined to diarrhoea, had been operated ou 
for stone, and still suffered from his bladder; 4, "H.," a man of 40, for- 
merly had liver troubles, jaundice, and pulmonary tuberculosis, but of late 
had been in better health; 5, "M.," a healthy woman of 49; 6, "W.," a 
man, of 48, suffering from jaundice ; 7, Dr. G. Forges, Specifische Wirkung. 
u. phys. analyses der Carlsbader Heilguellen, 1853. 

MJind,- — Emotional, Very excited and peevish, and often as if beside 
himself about trifles, with flushes of heat all over,\ — Self-satisfied, very talka- 
tive, and uncommonly good-humored,''. — Weeping, timorous, despairing 
mood,^ — His nerves are so much affected that the sorrows of others cause 
him to weep easily,^ — Mood very much depressed, like an excessive home- 
sickness; at last violent weeping (second day), (after four glasses),^ — 
Great dejection of spirits ; without cause he is very unusually sulky,'.— 
Painful dejection, with foul stomach,'. — Gloomy and self-absorbed,\-—IJn- 
pleasant mood in the afternoon, without cause for sadness,'. — [10.] Discour- 
aged and anxious in the discharge of his domestic duties,^. — Attacks of anx- 

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iety,'. — Constrictive anxiety when in the room ; somewhat better in the 
open air,'. — Fainthearted, with frequent yawning, at 9 a.m. (thirteenth 
day),^. — Quiet ill-humor, and indisposed to speak,''. — In the morning, on ris- 
ing, irritable and out of humor, and peevish the whole day,''. — Very much 
disposed to take everything in bad part and to be critical (especially after 
three weeks and later),^ — ^Is easily vexed about things which, when well, 
would have made him laugh, together with a dull pressure in the right 
side of the lower abdomen, below the liver, where, when bathing, he fre- 
quently noticed a loose swelling (in the coecum), (after four weeks),^ — 
Variable mood,'. — Intellectual. Difficult thinking,'.^ — [20.] Unfitness 
to think, and for every, even the slightest mental occupation ; cannot find 
words to express himself correctly,'. — Much effort in employing his mind,''.— 
Indisposition to read, arid to all exertion of mind ; he took up now this book, 
now that, but could read nothing,''. — Foolish condition, as if stupid, with dull 
pressing pain in forehead, at times also with buzzing and roaring in the 
ears,'. — tlncommon absence of mind and confusion of speech,'. — Uncommonly 
absent-minded ; forgets names,'. — Heedlessness, so that at times he expresses 
himself only with great exertion, and in writing, often omits letters,'. 

Head. — Confusion and Vertigo. Confusion and gloominess of 
the whole head ; such a sensation as remains after intoxication,'. — Confu- 
sion and heaviness of the head, especially after eating; better on motion in the 
open air,''. — Confusion, with difficulty in thinking and indolence of mind, 
which becomes tired very soon and easily,'. — [30.] Dizzy confusion of the 
head during the night, changing to a sensation of fulness in the forehead, 
in the morning, which disappears after rising,'. — Dizzy confudon in the 
head, now pressure in the forehead, now a drawing tension in the occiput,''. — 
Excessive stupefaction of the head, with gloominess, disappearing in the 
open air, and returning frequently during the day,'. — Frequent attacks of 
vertigo (eighteenth day),". — Momentary attacks of vertigo, so that he had 
to hold himself up, also turning as if in a circle; better in the open air,''. — 
Dizziness^. — Sensations. Remarkable rush of blood to the head, with 
heaviness, benumbed confusion of the head, great melancholy, and weak- 
ness of mind,'. — Cracking in the head, as if something were breaking in it, 
especially perceptible in the evening, on lying down,'. — Head very heavy, 
full, and stupefied ; worse on stooping, shaking round, and turning, ivith quiv- 
ering in the lids,''. — Heat of the head, ivorse on enjtering a room,''. — [40.] 
Drawing in streaks over the surface of the brain, as if in the membranes 
and sinuses,'. — Pressing headache, especially in the forehead, ivith dull confu- 
sion,''. — Dull pressing headache, in the morning, after waking, and almost 
the whole forenoon (thirtieth day),". — Extremely annoying pressing head- 
ache, more on the vertex, with from time to time single stitches and jerks 
in the centre, through the substance of the brain,'. — Maddening, stupefy- 
ing, pressing headache, especially in the forehead,'. — Tearing headache, 
now on the right side, now on the left, in the temples and the occiput, less on 
motion,''. — Throbbing and beating 'in the head synchronously with the pulse, 
on the vertex, frequently also in the occiput, with bluish-red face ; it is es- 
pecially violent on stooping or ascending an eminence,'. — Transient draw- 
ing-creeping in the whole cranial periosteum,'. — Sensitiveness of the perios- 
teum of the cranium,''. — Forehead. Confusion, like intoxication, in the 
forehead, luith sensation of heav'iness in the eyeballs,''. — [50.] Slumbering by 
day caused headache in the forehead and temples ; a pressure (eleventh 
day),". — Headache in the forehead and temples, with swollen temporal veins,\ 
— Some headache in the left side of the forehead,'. — Dull pressure in the 


forehead, after a meal (fourteenth day),". — Burrowiug pressure iu the fore- 
head (seventh day),".- — Frequent beatings in the forehead and temples 
(eighteenth day),". — Temples. Sensitive stitches in the right temple, I — 
Sensitive beating in the right temple, in the forenoon (twentieth day),". — 
Vertex. Dull pressure in the upper part of the head (after the first 
bath),". — Crawling and compression in the galea aponeurotica, now on the 
vertex, now in the occiput,'. — Pai'letulS. [60.] Tensive compressing 
pain from the parietal bones to the frontal eminences forward, at short in- 
tervals,'. — Burrowing headache in the right side (fifth day), (two hours 
after seven glasses),". — Sore pressing pain above in the right side of the 
head, close under the bones, on a small spot, in the evening, in bed,'. — 
Occiput. Fulness and heaviness in the occiput, slighter in the open air, 
but appearing with the former violence on re-entering the room,'. — Press- 
ing and tension on the occiput, most violent on the lower lateral emi- 
nences,'. — Extern fil Head. At times, excessive falling out of the hair,'. 
■ — Smoothing down the hair is very painful,^. — Sensation as if something cold 
ran over the whole head, and the hair bristled up,'. 

Eye. — Weakness of the eyes, especially on writing and long-continued 
reading,'. — Heat streams from the eyes, with burning and pressing in them, 
and an appearance of black spots sioimming about,''. — [70.] Burning and 
pressing, especially around the eye, but also in the ball itself, as from sand, 
or as when one looks into the sun, with increased secretion from the Mei- 
bomian glands,'. — Pressing pain in the eyes, as if the eyes were being pressed 
downward from above, and were too large, and did not have sufficient room in 
their orbits,''. — Pressure and pain in the eyes; they become cloudy, as if a veil 
were before them,''.- — Orbit. Violent pressing pain above the orbits, spread- 
ing below or toward the temples,'. — Slight ticking in the right supraorbital 
nerve and in the whole right upper lid; at the same time twitching in the inner 
angle of the eye,''. — Very sensitive, dull stitches in the upper margin of the left 
orbit (nineteenth day),". — Lids. Lids at times somewhat wdematous, sivol- 
len, and in the morning agghdinated with mucus'. — The inner surface of the 
lids is inflamed (tenth day),". — Twitching-quivering in the upper lids, caus- 
ing constant rubbing of the eye, as if some foreign body were there,'. — Lach- 
rymal Apparatus. Greatly increased lachrymal secretion,'. — [80.] 
On sewing, her eyes ivater, and on long looking at one object, the eye is covered 
as by a veil,'. — Visiotl. A weakness of the eye (weakness of vision ; can 
no more see near objects; cannot do fine work) becomes aggravated ; she is 
obliged to wipe her eyes and wink constantly, which momentarily relieves 
the dimness and tension ; it is better in the open air (fourth day after six 
glasses),^. — Objects swim before the sight,'. — The long letters of a sign cannot 
be recognized at the distance of fifty feet ; they run together (fourteenth 
day),". — Quivering before the e2/es,'.^-Flickering before the vision ; he seems 
to see through a veil,l — 171 the street, soon after writing, violent flickering 
and fiery sparks before the eyes ; everything about him trembles and wavers ; 
he can scarcely discern passing faces' . — Quivering, zigzag semicircle on the 
right side of the field of vision, in the morning (seventh day after three 
glasses),^ — When working with the hands, bifurcated bodies and gray spots 
appear in the axis of vision,'. — Obliquely above the right eye, from the 
right angle to the left, a dark stripe, which impairs the vision ; it is mo- 
mentary, especially after winking, when walking in the open air, for sev- 
eral days (third week),".— [90.] A cloud which had formerly existed before 
the vision, and which moved upward and downward with the vision, be- 
came worse and thicker (first week),^ 


Ear. — Increased warmth in the ear, which itches^. — Pinching in the left 
inner ear,\ — Fine twitching stitches from the Eustachian tube to ike tympanum ; 
disappearing on boring with the finger,\ — Hearhlf/. Frequent murmur- 
ing in the ears, agreeing with the rate of the pulse ; at times a sensation 
of slight pressure and tension, as if the ears were stopped,'. — Humming and 
roaring, also ringing, in the ears, at times also fluttering before them,'. — - 
Momentary ringing in the right ear, when writing in the afternoon (fif- 
teenth day),". — Very frequently violent ringing, at times changing into a 
transient loss of hearing, at times into a dull roaring,'. 

Nose. — Objective. Bluish color of the nose,''. — Turgescence of the 
vena nasalis,'. — [100.] Frequent sneezing ,\ — Copious mucous secretion from 
the nose,'. — Frequent blowing out of thick mucus,'. — Catarrh, rough throat, 
and hoarseness disappeared soon from using the water,'. — Her former 
stopped catarrh disappeared in a few days,^ — The habitual stopped catarrh 
was worse during the first part of the proving, then it disappeared; after 
fourteen days fluent catarrh appeared, which also afterwards disappeared ; 
he drew the usual amount of air through the nose, but constantly felt the 
necessity of snuffling (after the proving the old catarrh returned worse than 
ever),". — Chronic catarrh, with elongated uvula ; dryness of the throat 
disappeared.^ — Habitual bleeding of the nose,''. — Subjective. Dryness in 
the nose, with crawling sensation,'. — Tension across the nasal bone, as if he 
had drunk wine (soon after the first bath of a quarter of an hour at 28° 
R.),". — [110.] Some stitching sensation in the right nostril, with sneezing sev- 
eral times, and blowing out blood; on suppression of the menses^. — Sensitive- 
ness of the nose, as in incipient catarrh,'. — Smell. Loss of smell, after 
stoppage of the nose,'. 

JbYice. — Objective. Yellow color of the face,'. — "White faces, after 
three or four glasses, become sallow,'. — In the fourth week, he became 
gradually yellow (had formerly been white); the urine, however, retained 
its normal color, only it had a very strong and pungent odor ; the stool re- 
mained dark green,*. — Redness and heat in the face, especially in the even- 
ing and after eating, when the organism is always stronger,'. — Frequent 
changing of the color of the face,'. — Face as if somewhat swollen,''. — Red 
swelling and pain, especially when touched, on the right side near the nose, 
from a prominent tooth, at times intolerable (sixteeuth day),". — Subjec- 
tive. [120.] Sensation as if cobwebs were drawn over the face,'. — Sensa- 
tion on spots here and there in the face, as from a hair which can be wiped 
away,'. — Transient heat in the face,'. — Sensation as if one side of the face 
were swelling,'. — Cheeks. Prickling formication on the cheeks, in the 
region of the pes anserina^. — On the right cheek, in the region of the pes 
anserina, quivering and prickling, without increased redness or warmth^'. — 
Tearing-drawing on the right cheek,'. — Sensation as if the zygomatic pro- 
cesses were distended,'. — Cutting-drawing on the zygomatic process below 
the right eye,'. — On the zygomatic processes, now dull pressing, now itch- 
ing-tearing toward the head,'. — [130.] On the right zygomatic process a sen- 
sation of cobwebs, as if he must constantly rub something away,''. — Lowev 
Jaiv. Involuntary pressure of the lower jaw against the upper, during 
sleep ; even grinding of the teeth,'. 

Mouth. — Teeth and Gums. Thick, pappy, mucous coating on the 
teeth,'. — The teeth become very bad, loosen, and fall out,". — The teeth are 
painfully prominent, the gum is painfully swollen (in several persons sooner 
or later),". — A painful tooth bleeds of itself very much, especially when 
sucking it (seventeenth day),". — Dulness of the teeth, as from an acid,'. — 


Burrowing in an upper hollow tooth; can endure neither cold nor warmth 
(fifth day),^ — Pain in a sound incisor, tensive, and as if the teeth were 
being driven apart, on each touch of the tooth,'. — Sliglit pain in a hollow 
molar, passing through almost the whole side of the face, especially the 
zygomatic processes,'. — [140.] Tearing pain in the roots of the upper molars,''. 
— Toothache increased after every meal, so much so that he avoids touching 
the elongated tooth; relieved by olfaction of Chamomilla,". — Gum at times 
swollen, painful to touch, at times bleeding on slight pressure,'. — Tongue, 
Tongue coated ivhite,with offensive smell from the mouth,''. — Thick yellowish- 
white coating on back of tongue, at times more on one half of the tongue 
than on the other,'. — Geneval Wouth. Dryness in the mouth and 
throat, now with thirst, now without it,'. — Dryness of the whole mouth, with 
increased thirst, especially of the whole roof of the mouth, as if dried up,''. — 
Warmth and sensation of dryness in the soft palate and pharynx ; sensa- 
tion as of swelling of these i>a,vts,\—Sctliva. Flow of saliva, and frequent 
spitting ; at times sensation of soreness on the uvula and larynx, and in 
the throat,'. — Frequently in the morning, an increase of mucus in the 
mouth,'. — [150.] In the morning after waking, the entire mouth is often 
lined with mucus, which frequently sticks like paste to the teeth, and 
causes a furry sensation in the mouth,'. — Taste. Insipid, mucous taste,'. 
— Clayey, pappy taste, with copious salivary secretion,'' . — Metallic taste in the 
mouth constantly during the first part of the proving ; food tasted natural,'. 
— ;Salty taste in the mouth, causing the hawking up of tough mucus,'. — 
Everything tastes as if salted,''. — Nauseous, bitter taste, with yellow tongue,'. 
— ' Taste at first mucous, afterwards salty, sovietimes bitter,''. — Frequent >m- 
pleasant taste of blood in the mouth, especially on drinking the water,^ — 
Taste of pus in the mouth comes from an upper front tooth that has been 
painful ; sometimes when drinking the water, or when eating, also if he 
presses externally downward from the right wing of the nose, which causes 
a dull pain in the place (third and fourth weeks),". 

Throat, — [160.] Constantly much hawking up of mucus,''. — Transient 
stitches in the throat and along the Eustachian tube,'. — Frequently a rough 
scraping, at times becoming a tickling sensation, in the throat,'. — Pain in 
the throat on swallowing, after he had omitted his neckcloth for some 

Stomach. — Appetite. Appetite and thirst much increased,\ — Un- 
commonly increased appetite at quite unusual times; at times with hic- 
cough,'. — Desire for rye bread,'. — ^Appetite much lessened ; afterwards very 
capricious,'. — Anorexia and acidity in the mouth (third week),^. — Anorexia 
and pressure in the stomach, transient,'. — [170.] Aversion to meat, with 
longing for rye bread,'. — Thirst. — Frequently increased thirst,''. — Thirst 
in the afternoon and evening (second week),^ — Water, though his usual 
drink, is unpleasant to him during the first part of the time,". — JEfUCta- 
tions and Siccough. Eructation of air, after rumbling in the region 
of the stomach,'. — Eructation of air and hiccough, with rumbling noise in 
the intestines,'. — After he had eaten rather more than usual at noon, eruc- 
tations towards evening, and a sensation as if heartburn would ensue (nine- 
teenth day),". — -After a bunch of grapes, and potatoes with butter, in the 
evening, eructations as of bad eggs (twelfth day),". — Frequent eructations 
during the day, sometimes tasting and smelling of the food, sometimes 
very hitter,''. — Incomplete eructation, with oppressed feeling in the chest, some- 
times painful,'' . — [180.] Frequent hiccough, with yawning at the same time, 
especially after drinking and breakfast, also after eating, frequently loud 


hiccoughing, in shuddering attacks, followed by mostly empty and taste- 
less eructation,'. — Heartburn. After an unusually full meal, attacks 
of heartburn in the latter part of the afternoon (twenty-second day),^ — 
After a full meal decided heartburn in the latter part of the afternoon and 
in the evening ; even at night on waking he felt it, and in the morning, 
while smoking a cigar, he felt traces of it (thirty-sixth day),^. — Frequent 
heartburn, with accumulation of much water in the mouth ; also violent, 
with eructation of an almost corroding liquid and long-lasting sour taste in 
the mouth ; often after the slightest disturbance of the diet, at times be- 
coming less after the drinking of cold water,'. — Rising of a watery liquid 
the whole forenoon ; at times salt-tasting waterbrash,'. — After two crabs, 
acidity in the stomach and mouth ; after much exertion on a hunt, pressure 
in the stomach (fourth week),^ — JS'ausea and Vomitlfig. Attacks 'of 
nausea, with accumulation of saliva in the mouth, and frequent spitting ; 
gloominess of the head, shuddering along the back, at times even to faint- 
ing, ♦with loss of consciousness,'. — Vomiting of a tasteless mucus, or of a 
bitter and sour liquid, without special exertion,'. — Stomach. Sensation 
as of emptiness in the stomach, and afterwards canine hunger,'. — In the 
afternoon, while riding, a sensation as if heartburn would ensue, together 
with golden yellow urine and rattling and whistling in the chest (after six 
days),^ — [190.] At times fulneSs and tension in the stomach, extending to 
the chest and toward the back, even after eating very little,'. — The region 
about the stomach and below the ribs tensive and distended^. — Constrictive 
pain in the stomach when fasting, with sensation of emptiness beneath the 
short ribs (tenth day),^ — Gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach, fre- 
quently decreasing after eating something,'. — After supper pressing in the 
stomach, also burning, at intervals drawing diagonally across, which at 
times extends up to the pharynx, with much flow of saliva in the mouth,'. 
— Pressing and contraction in the stomach, at its entrance, and in the 
pharynx, usually commencing shortly after dinner, and often accompanied 
by empty eructations,'. — Pressing pain and heaviness in the stomach, as 
from a load after eating,'. — Much dull pressure, as with the thumb, in the 
pit of the stomach (eighteenth day),^ — After a late supper (of warm chops) 
transient dull pressure in the stomach (twenty-second day),^ — A dull pres- 
sure in the pit of the stomach, and at the same time opposite in the back, 
as with pincers, by paroxysms (fourteenth day),^ — [200.] Some dull 
stitches in the pit of the stomach, on descending (thirteenth day),^ — Smart- 
ing in the stomach (sixth day),^ — Scraping, rancid sensation from the 
stomach, like heartburn,'.— A scraping and sore sensation in the stomach 
returns after drinking the first glasses of water,^ 

Abdomen. — HypocJiondriu. Sense of heaviness in the right 
hypochondrium, making it difficult to turn the body quickly,'. — Pinching 
pain rising up from the hypochondrium to the chest, intermitting when 
drinking the water (fourteenth A&y),^.— Pressing-pinching, now only for a 
few moments, now longer lasting ; now in both hypochondria, and now shooting 
from thence into the region of the ?iave;,'.— Pressing and tearing-pinching 
pains from both hypochondria toward the region of the privates,'. — Twitch- 
ing stitches, in jerks, as after running fast, extending from the region of 
the left lower thorax through the whole left hypochondrium down to the 
hip,'.— In the region of the liver, also in the pit of the stomach, and from 
thence down both sides, at times very perceptible stitching, often changing 
to a stitohing-piuching and tearing-stitching in the lower abdomen, becom- 
ing worse on rapid walking and deep respiration, and even on' turning 


over to the left side,'. — [210.] Burning pain in the spleen, causing a stooped 
position,'. — Alternate pressing and tension in the region of the right lower 
ribs, which often quite oppresses inspiration, with constant distension of the 
stomach,'. — Prickling stinging below the short ribs of the left side (nineteenth 
day),^ — Great sensitiveness to pressure, below the left last ribs, alongside of 
the vertebral column,'. — TJnibilical. A painless soft swelling extending 
across from the navel to the right side of the lower margin of the liver, but 
not connected with it (fourth day, during a bath), it disappears the fifth and 
subsequent days, but returns after fifteen baths,". — Dull abdominal pain on 
the right of the navel, only felt on slow walking, disappearing on standing 
still and active motion, also on ascending an eminence, but on level walking 
often again becoming more sensitive,'. — Momentary contraction above the navel, 
disappearing on stooping and sitting,''. — Seiuation of constriction of the intes- 
tines, on both sides of the region of the navel,'. — Stitching pains; intermitting 
pressing dull stitches about the region of the navel,'. — General Abdo- 
m en . Before the appearance of the menses, very frequently distension of the 
abdomen, remarkable heaviness of the legs, nocturnal chilliness, and heat; 
depressed, disheartened mood ; at times, also, sleepiness, headache, violent 
pains in the small of the back,'. — [220.] Swelling of the region of the upper 
abdomen on the right side, which is very sensitive to external pressure,'. — 
Gurgling in the abdomen as of water contained therein, and a murmuring 
in the whole lower abdomen,''. — Rumbling in the abdomen and pulsations 
deep in, especially on lying, but not perceptible to the hand,'. — Flatus is 
passed before the sluggish soft stool (third and fourth days),*. — Heaviness 
in the abdomen, with general warmth and urging to urinate, after drinking 
the water ; followed by fine stitches, and then chilliness and yawning (after 
four days),^ — In the abdomen a frequent sensation like the first move- 
ments of a child (third week),*. — General painfulness of the intestines, in- 
creased by a hard touch,'. — Abdomen tense and distended,''. — Fulness and 
heaviness in the abdomen, and consequent inclination to respire deeply,'. — 
Sensation at times as if the abdomen were swollen ; at times it is painful to 
touch ; so that tight clothing is not endured,'. — [230.] lu the whole abdo- 
men and in the pit of the stomach tensive oppressive pain, causing anxiety, 
tension, and distension of the abdomen ; it is mostly combined with a sen- 
sation of fulnass, or with abdominal pain, and generally increases after 
dinner,'. — Sensation as of a ring stretched around the abdomen, especially on 
deep respiration,''. — Frequent griping in the abdomen awakes him at night 
and hurries him to stool, occasionally several times in one night,'. — Griping 
and cutting at intervals in the abdomen, as after taking cold, which, how- 
ever, he had not, and a feeling as if he would have diarrhoea, which he 
does not have (immediately after one glass),*. — Griping and passage of 
flatus followed by two thin copious stools, with great weariness, especially 
in the limbs (ninth day),'. — Griping in the abdomen ending in a stool, fol- 
lowed by rumbling and sensation of distension,'. — Pinching in the abdo- 
men at intervals during the whole forenoon, at times becoming very annoy- 
ing, causing pressing on the abdomen and bending the body forward,'. — 
After the stool there often remains a pinching abdominal pain, as well 
as pain as if bruised in the intestines,'. — Pinching, grumbling, and scraping 
in the whole abdomen, often disappearing soon after a cup of coffee,'. — 
Gutting pains, at times only pinching, as in commencing diarrhoea, fre- 
quently, however, with painful pressure in the coccyx,'. — [240.] Transient 
stitches from the region of the small of the back through the pelvis towards the 
pubes and the inguinal region,''. — Colic-like abdominal pains and discharge of 


flatulence, with some distension of the abdomen^. — Colic after a clyster of 
the water; after this passed away cutting continued, and was followed 
by a natural stool, as if consisting of nodules, after which the cutting con- 
tinued (eighteenth day),^ — Severe wind-colic, immediately after drinking 
the water, first in the lower abdomen, soon extending over the whole abdo- 
men and affecting the chest ; some flatus is passed with relief, this is after- 
wards followed by painless urging to stool, with colic and passage of flatus 
and a copious, thin, dark-green evacuation (twenty-seventh day),". — Scrap- 
ing and pressing in the whole abdomen, and at times jerks below the ribs on 
the right and left sides,''. — Creepings extending to the abdomen from the 
limbs, with confusion of the head, general great weakness ; was obliged to 
sit down; followed by a sensation across the knees as if wearied out 
(eleventh day),". — HypogastHum and Iliac Megion. Rumbling 
like violent electric shocks, through the whole hypogastrium to the anus,'. 
— Swelling of the right side of the lower abdomen, in the bath, which was 
always noticed, if he rubbed the place with the flat hand, consisting only 
of air in the intestines ; if they were pressed upon it disappeared with 
gurgling and rumbling,". — Heaviness, as of a lump in the lower abdomen, 
which disappears after a frequent, small, painless diarrhoea (sixth and 
seventh days),^. — Sense of pleasant warmth, spreading from the stomach 
over the whole lower abdomen ; also often by paroxysms during the day ; 
momentarily changing to a sensation of heat, and at times even to a slight 
burning, with retention of the natural warmth of the surface, and without 
change in the pulse,'. — [250.] Extremely annoying fulness in the region 
of the pelvis and the genitals,'. — On the right side of the lower abdomen, 
beneath the liver, he feels a loose swelling as large as a hen's egg, after- 
wards again felt across the lower margin of the liver, painless (after the 
fifteenth bath),". — Dull boring iu the left groin, commencing in the splenic 
region, and not seldom ending in a slight rising of water,'. — In the lower 
abdomen, toward the genitals, drawing, pressing, or tensive pain, with im- 
pending menstruation ; frequently an aguish stretching and yawning and 
sensation of heaviness, as from a stone,'. — Sensitive drawing and twitching 
from the coccyx along the intestine to the bladder and prepuce,'. — At times 
pressure deep in the lower abdomen, with sensation of heaviness and ful- 
ness in the region of the pudenda, as if the menses would appear,'. — Dull 
pressure iu the lower abdomen on the right hip-bone (fourteenth day),". — 
Dull intermitting pressure in a small spot in the lower abdomen, afterwards 
in the chest, also in the lower leg (fifteenth day), I — A sensitiveness, at 
times jerking or digging dull pain in the region of the right inguinal ring, 
immediately after the first glass, and then the whole forenoon (thirty-fourth 
day),". — Soreness in the right inguinal region where, when a child, he had 
a hernia (fourteenth day),". 

Rectum and Anus.—\2Q0.'] Flowing hssmorrhoids in several per- 
sons,l — Varices in the rectum, painful and burning ; or with stitches in 
the same, at_ times they are moist,'. — Frequently, increased secretion of a 
white, sometimes thick mucus from the rectum and anus, burning the ad- 
jacent parts, together with spasmodic contraction of the sphincter ; it is 
often mixed with thin streaks of blood,'. — Burning in the rectum with con- 
stant pressing ; the rectum is often pressed out,'. — Shooting pain in the 
rectum and anus, which several times extends to the penis, also with feel- 
ing of diarrhoea-irritation, without stool,'. — Lumps as large as a hazelnut at 
the anus, with burning after the stool and impeded walking,^. — Discharge of 
bloody mucu^, with itching and burning in the anus, extending up toward the 


rectum,''. — Blood from the anus, at times blackish and coagulated, at times 
quite red, and then in a jerking stream,'. — Discharge of blood, in drops, or 
in a stream, even without stool, when walking,'. — While sitting at stool, 
sensation in the left side of the anus as from a hEemorrhoid, with aching, 
so that he stood up in order to be relieved, which however continued when 
standing, was the same when walking or lying; in the morning it dis- 
appeared, returned on walking and pained, especially after the stool,". — ■ 
[270.] At times, pressure at the anus, as if much fs3ces would be discharged, 
after which only a little mucus at a time passes,'. — In jerks, cutting, tear- 
ing, and burning sensation of soreness in the anus,'. — Stitching, tensive pain 
in the anus, extending to the region of the back and loins, combined with 
the sensation of a wedge in the rectum,'. — Frequent itching in the anus, 
which is rubbed sore, with annoying smarting and burning pain,'. — Fre- 
quent itching at the anus, which is rubbed till sore, with tearing and burn- 
ing pains,'. — Pressive pain in the perinceum ; the urine passing in a weak 
stream, with slight burning in the urethra,''. — Frequent urging to stool, either 
ineffectual or with scanty greenish mucous discharge, with twinging and 
pain in the anus (in several persons),'. 

Stool. — DiawJloea. Diarrhoea preceded by severe pressure in the 
abdomen, the first day after a few glasses of the water,*. — A copious brown 
diarrhoea with slight griping ; constipation the next day (eleventh day),". — 
Profuse diarrhoea several times a day (from'the "New Spring"), which dis- 
appears after two glasses of "Sprudel,"'.t — [280.] Painless diarrhoea the 
first day; on the fourth day the stool was already solid (before beginning 
the water he had pasty stools; on well days, however, firm, sluggish evacua- 
tions) ,^ — Muoous diarrhoeas; at times discharge of large lumps and streaks 
of mucus, with or without faeces; with much relief,'. — Chronic diarrhoea^. — 
Small diarrhoea-like stool (twenty-ninth day),^ — Labor-like pains in the 
lower abdomen are followed, either easily or with effbrt, by a diarrhoeal 
stool,'. — After two warm clysters of " Sprudel," a profuse sudden evacua- 
tion, like diarrhoea, though consisting of green lumps as large as walnuts 
(thirty-fourth day),^ — Two painless dark -green, bilious stools (tenth day'),^ 
— Two solid stools in the forenoon, without exertion, of a dark-spinach 
color; a third after dinner, dark-brown (fifth day),^ — Stools watery, mostly 
of mucus, or pappy, at times glairy, bilious, mucous masses, with a pungent 
smell of rotten eggs,'. — A thin stool was passed unnoticed, with some 
flatulence (in a young girl, who, in consequence of a fall on the right side, 
had complained of a pain in the liver for several years), (fii'st eight days),^ 
— [290.] Pappy soft stools, also frequently diarrhoeal,'. — After half an ounce 
of "Sprudel" salts, a profuse discharge, first of small hard lumps, then of 
thin fseces, all of which was colored green (thirty-third day),°. — No stool the 
whole day in spite of two warm clysters and three glasses of water ; only the 
next morning after half an ounce of Carlsbad salts, a sluggish green stool 
(thirtieth day),". — Stool occurred first after dinner, solid, of a dark color 
(sixteenth day),". — After breakfast a greenish soft solid stool of very dark- 
green color (twenty-fifth day),". — After a clyster of cold "Sprudel," the water 
first passed, then a large quantity of flatulence, and lastly a small stool, 
consisting of small, very hard lumps, like nuts, of a dark-green color 
(twenty-first day),". — Passage of scanty stool with straining, with sensation 

t 3 was inclined to prostrating diarrhoeas, and frequently troubled with looseness 
of the bowels ; had been operated on for stone and subject to spasm of the bladder ; 
was seventy years old. 


as if small pieces were passing, though it consisted of slimy masses, thinnish 
and dark-green (fifteenth day),".— Stools which had previously been clay- 
like and gray become gradually yellower (fourth day),". — A stool looking 
like frog-spawn,". — Gallstones are passed, soft like wax and of considerable 
size, without pain (in a healthy person, thirty years old, who had suffered 
long from them),'. — [300.] Sensation during a thin stool, as if it passed in 
pieces,\— Constipation. Constipation for several days, in spite of much 
working in the abdomen, and violent pressure, with constant urging; finally, 
several hard lumps pass,'. — The usual evening stool being absent from the 
first days, the morning evacuation also becomes very difficult,''. 

Urinary Or(/ans.— Bladder and Kidneys. Extraordinary 
pressure in the region of the neck of the bladder, with excessive pressure 
to urinate, as after drinking new beer,'. — Tension and drawing in the region 
of the kidneys, with sensation as if something would press down from the 
region of the last ribs toward the privates, in the course of the ureter to- 
ward the bladder,'. — Sensation of pressure and heaviness in the region of 
the kidneys, now on the right, now on the left, at times during rest, but 
mostly on motion, and especially on long sitting,'. — Dull pressing pain in 
the region of the left kidney,'. — Dull pressive pain, mixed with single dull 
stitches, along the ureter, extending forward to the fossa navicularis, and 
ending at the prepuce,'. — Urethra. On urinating, and long after, burn- 
ing sensation in the preputial portion of the urethra,'. — Very frequent 
urging ' to urinate, with discharge of a copious watery urine,''. — [310.] 
Burning urine and smarting as if the pudenda were sore, after urinating 
(after nine days),^ — After urinating, frequent deceptive sensation, as if 
some urine still remained to be forced out,'. — ^Micturition. Copious 
urinating twice in the night (after six days),'. — Very frequent urinating all 
day, also at night he frequently wakes to pass urine ; the urine is clear like 
water,''. — After three glasses of white wine during a night of watching, he 
was obliged to pass watery urine frequently much at a time (after three 
weeks),". — -Urine passed frequently though not much at a time; was always 
pale (fifth day),". — Fulness of the bladder after two or three glasses, and 
though no special urging to urinate he was obliged to use abdominal 
muscles, and press the hand over the bladder in order to slowly evacuate 
it (third week),". — Passsed a small quantity of urine three or four times 
with the stools (seventeenth day),". — At times during the cure, diminished 
discharge of urine, with dull sensation in the perinseum, and often, during 
stool, drops of prostatic juice at the orifice of the urethra,'. — Urine. A 
thick mucous sediment disappears from the urine and it becomes clear, the 
second week; afterwards the cramps in the bladder also disappear (they 
had been a frightfully painful compressure after urinating) only several 
weeks after "the cure" they return, E. ('). — [320.] Urine quite pale, clear, 
and watery, while that passed during the day is frequently straw-yellow, or 
dark-red, like badly fermented beer; sometimes jumentous and brown, as 
after taking Rhubarb,'. — Urinary sediment \i\\\i\i\\,hi:'\ck- or dark-red, at 
times tenacious, like frog-spawn ; at times thick, mucous, and even contain- 
ing small lumps of blood,'. — The urine, which when in health was almost as 
clear as water, looked dark (third week),*. — Urine causes dark-yellow spots 
on the linen in the latter part of the proving, in two women not jaundiced,'. 

Sexual Organs. — Male. Transient twitching through the penis,'. 
— Erections without cause, also emissions for several nights,'. — Even on 
going to stool, there is erection of the penis, and with pressure ta stool not 
seldom prostatic fluid is discharged,'. — Erections and emissions cease,'. — 


Orawling and itching on the skin of the penis and scrotum, changing, after 
scratching, to a burning sensation,'. — Qildema of the scrotum (ou the fourth 
day of the fever),'! — [330.] Testicles at times swollen without pain or signs of 
inflammation, so that he must apply a suspensory bandage,'. — Pressive pain 
in the testicles ; tensive drawing from the groin to the testicle and cord,'. 
— Amorous excitement, with very sensual thoughts, frequent erections, 
and frequent and copious emissions,'. — Suppressed sexual desire, the first 
part of the proving,^— During the proving, sexual desire entirely ceases,'. 
— Frequent involuntary nocturnal emissions, in the case of chaste indi- 
viduals, and even advanced in years ; without erection or amorous feeling ; 
with subsequent exhaustion and remarkable lassitude,'. — Femnle, Three 
days after cessation of the menses, discharge of lumps of tenacious black blood, 
and later uncommonly violent lencorrhoRa,^ . — Frequently, after the menses, 
burning and smarting in the genitals, and much leucorrhoea,'. — At times 
too early appearance of the menses, with spasmodic abdominal pains, cut- 
ting in the lower abdomen and mostly also some headache,'. — Menstrua- 
tion, which had been profuse, became scanty; when it had been completely 
normal it occurred later; when it had ceased for some years (after the 
climacteric), it reappeared and continued several days,l — [340.] Mostly 
scanty and retarded menstruation, at times, however, more profuse again, 
and also lasting someivhat longer; then somewhat darker blood, and of a 
penetrating smelQ. — Difficult menstruation, with drawing in the loins, and 
pains in the front part of the thighs,'. 

Hespiratory Organs. — Larynx and Trachea. Frequent 
hawking of mucus from the trachea and larynx; at times it is detached 
with difficulty,'. — Sensation of soreness in the air-passages, and quite un- 
common sensitiveness to the air, as if the parts were deprived of their pro- 
tecting membrane,'. — Scraping and tickling in the larynx and along the 
trachea to its point of bifurcation, exciting a cough, with loose expectora- 
tion of mucus,'. — Sensation of roughness and dryness in the trachea and 
larynx, also after a little talking; sometimes even in the morning before 
breakfast,'. — Voice. Momentary, at times also lasting and intense, hoarse- 
ness and roughness,''. — Cough. A chronic dry cough became looser, and 
at last t^oublesome,^ — Hesjiiration. Oppression of breathing,'. — Diffi- 
cult breathing on ascending steps; and, on carrying a slight and customary 
burden, increased oppression of chest, making him stand still,'. 

Chest. — [350.] Painless sensation in the chest, as from a rushing 
therein, with a sensation as if an apprehensiveness would rise to the heart 
(thirty-third day),^. — At times peculiar sensation of lassitude in the chest, 
as after sitting for a long time, and pressing on the thorax while writing ; 
it decreased very much on walking,'. — Heaviness on the chest, as if a load 
must be lifted with each respiration ; not disappearing on forcible inspira- 
tion,'. — Heaviness and fulness in the chest, causing deep respiration, at 
times with internal restlessness, anxiety, and palpitation of the heart,'. — 
Severe burning rises from the intestinal canal to the chest, the whole after- 
noon,^ — Sore aching diagonally across the chest,'. — Sensation of oppression 
on the chest ; also after slight motion of the body,\ — Peculiar sensation of op- 
pression in the lower part of the chest, as if the lung had not room enough 
to expand, so that frequently she had to respire deeply,''. — Stitching, ful- 
ness, and agitation in the chest,'. — In the female breasts, painfulness; fre- 
quent transient stitching and tensive drawing,'. — On deep respiration, a 
contracting sensation in the periphery of the diaphragm, which ends in 
slight stitches,'. — [360.] Heaviness and pressure along the sternum, as of a 


hard weighty body,'. — Violent pressive pain aud tension on both sides, at 
the attachment of the diaphragm to the ribs,'. 

Heart and Pulse, — Prcecordiuni. Tensive aching in the prse- 
cordium, and painful distension of the region of the stomach, which is sen- 
sitive to pressure ; at times also oppressed breathing,'. — Tension SunA con- 
traction in the region of the heart, with an anxious sensation of heaviness, 
especially with an overloaded stomach,'. — Pressing and burning, especially 
in the region of the heart, with warm ebullition and rush of blood to the 
chest, so that frequently increased beating of the heart ensues,'. — Anxiety 
rises up to the heart (from one glass), ^ — Peculiar vague sensation of pain 
at the heart ; it is often disturbed, as by a blow,'. — Sudden, momentary 
twitching stitches through the heart, without especial cause, so that he has 
to stop while walking,'. — Heart's A.ction. Palpitation of the heart, 
frequently very violent,'. — She had frequent attacks of palpitation (twenty- 
first day),^ 

Week and Back. — Week. [370.] In the neck, near the right angle 
of the jaw, soreness to touch, and a swollen sensation, especially if he turns 
the neck to the left, lasting several days (five days after three glasses),^ — 
Sensation of stiffness in the region of the straight muscle of the neck and 
in a part of the muscles of the back, increased on lying, decreased by 
motion,'. — Painful sensation in the nape of the neck, close to the occi- 
put, as if he had become stiff from lying. This pain often extends, in the 
course of the day, over the whole vertebral column, as if the groups of 
muscles had become strained,'. — Drawing pains in the nape of the neck and 
shoulder-blade,''. — Back. The whole back and small of the back painfully 
stiff, as if he had been stooping a long time,'. — Sensation of heat and burn- 
ing, aud at times a shudder over the back,'. — Paralysis and paralytic press- 
ing pain in the back and small of the back, with drawing over the hips, 
impeding walking very much,'. — Dxdl, somewhat boring pressure in the 
back, above the region of the \\v&r,\— Dorsal. Tension, as if streaming 
out from one spot and like a bruise, with dull stitches between the shoulder- 
blades ; relieved on motion of the arms,'. — Lumbar. Pains in the small 
of the back, with Zassiiude,'.— [380.] Pain and weakness in the small of the 
back, with difficult walking,*.— Pain, as if stiff, on the right side of the 
small of the back, above the hips, on rising from a seat,'. — Tensive and 
pressing pains from the small of the back totvard the region of the privates,''. — 
Drawing toward the small of the back, and a pinching toward the geni- 
tals,'.— Pressing pain in the small of the back, as from much stooping ; re- 
lieved by walking, with remaining heaviness in the whole back,'. — Unusual 
pains in the small of the back, extending to the limbs, on raising and 
bending the body backward, so that after sitting he can scarcely rise or 
stoop ; at times sensation as if there were no strength or firmness in these 
parts ; at times like rheumatic drawing-tearing pains in the small of the 
back, and below the muscles of the back, extending to the hips and thighs, 
and at times again upward to the \o'ms,\~Sacral. Violent transient 
stitches through the sacrum, increasing on coughing,'. — After sitting a lono' 
time (and slumbering), with the feet resting^upon a chair, great^pain in 
the ischium, as if broken (sixteenth day),l 

Ejotremities in General.— Objective. Unusual cracking in 
all the joints,''.— Trembling and crawling in the joints and limbs,''.— Best- 

lessness in the limbs, so that he now extends, now flexes them,'. [390.] 

Frequent stretching of the limbs, with yawning,'.— In the morning after 
rising, he felt very light and strong in his limbs, though after a few glasses 


his knees knocked together again (fourth day),".— Sensation oi falling asleep; 
lame; sensation of stiffness in the upper and lower limbs, especially when the 
limbs are held iu one position, as, for example, hanging down ; lasting 
longer than after sitting for a long time, when the rising from the seat fre- 
quently becomes very troublesome, which, however, often disappears on 
motion of these parts,'. — He seemed tolerably vigorous, while sitting 
after supper, but after lying down in bed all the limbs seemed com- 
pletely fatigued; the sensation of exhaustion and prostration seemed now 
for the first time to be outspoken (third week),^ — Was constantly obliged 
to change his position iu bed, because all the limbs ached from lying, espe- 
cially the ischium from lying on the back,^ — All the limbs are painful 
from lying, as if broken, in the morning (twentieth day),^ — After the first 
night, in which he dreamed very much without waking, and lay until 5 
A.M., all the limbs pained from lying, as if broken (twentieth day),". — • 
Pressing, also teiisive, tearing and drawing pains, jerks, stitches, and crawl- 
ing, in almost all the joints, and in the most distant parts of the limbs; fre- 
quently alternating with each other,'. — Frequent sensation of formication 
in various parts of the extremities,'. — ^At times, especially after writing for 
some time, coolness and stiffness of the finger ends, also of the toes, after 
sitting for some time, but, in most cases, heat, even a burning sensation, in 
the soles of the feet,'. 

Superior Mxtremities. — [400.] The right then left arm goes to 
sleep in the afternoon nap (twenty-third day),". — After writing a letter, heavi- 
ness in the arms, with increasing coldness of the finger-tips, and sensation in 
them as if going to sleep,\ — Shoulder, A tension downward in the upper 
arm, in the shoulder-joint ; great pain when raising it or upon placing it 
in any other position (tenth and twelfth days),^ — ^Tearing pain, often ex- 
tending from the heart to the left shoulder, up to the axilla, and even to 
the region of the nape of the neck, by which all these parts become as if 
stretched, and very movable,'. — Ajl'in. Upper arms at times so weary that 
when brushing the hair the head is reached with difficulty ; they tire easily 
when writing, and the lower limbs sometimes fail him in walking,'. — Pain- 
ful digging in the right humerus, especially on motion in the afternoon ; 
the arm felt lame when she was obliged to use it (thirty-sixth day),^ — 
Hand. Transient pain suddenly upon the back of the hand, or upon one 
finger, as from burning nettles, or throbbing-buruing stitches (fourteenth 
day),". — The fingers go to sleep from carrying a light load upon the arm 
(third week),^ 

Inferior JExtvevnities. — Swelling of the superficial veins of the 
lower extremities, so that the branching of single distended vessels can be 
plainly perceived,''. — Frequent stumbling,^.— [^Q.'] The right leg feels lame 
when walking ; the lameness is also felt in the right nates when sitting 
(after seven days),". — Weary pain in the whole right leg, from above 
downward, when walking (sixteenth day),". — A spasmodic pain extending 
suddenly down the right leg, when standing, momentary (after six days),". 
— Hip. Dull stitches over the left hip (nineteenth day),". — Knee. Home 
dull shocks across the left knee (nineteenth day),". — jLeg. The lower leg, 
which before the proving had been less yellow than other portions of the 
body, became more yellow (fourth week),". — A tension in the left lower 
leg, extending into the great toe, when sitting (fifteenth day),". — Painful 
tension and tightness in the lower legs, when sitting (seventeenth day),". — 
While sitting down, after being heated, in a falling rain, she felt drawing 
from the feet up to the knees, in the evening ; after walking more, she per- 


spired, though when she lay in bed the hands and feet became cold, with 
shivering and convulsive yawning, followed bj' uneasy sleep and very 
heavy feet in the morning (twenty-ninth day),'. — Swelling of the bone 
along the tibia, lasting a long time after the proving (from too hot "Spru- 
del" baths),'. — [420.] The calves seem too short ; ascending becomes diffi- 
cult (after twelve days),'. — Cramp in the calf on stretching out the leg, in 
the morning, in bed (after eleven days),". — Cramp in the calves, in bed, on 
stretching out the foot, with pain in the calf, in the forenoon, when walk- 
ing, especially ou rising from sitting, as if too short (in many women),''. — 
Ankle. In the articulation of the left lower leg and foot, a transient 
eramplike pain (eleventh day),*. — Pain above the inner malleolus of the 
left foot, as though he had burned himself, or the skin had been rubbed 
off, in the evening (twenty-ninth day),^ — Foot. Sensitive dull twitches 
or pulsations here and there in the lower portion of the feet (after eight 
weeks),". — The feet seem like blocks of wood (fifth day),". — Frequently, 
after excessive walking, violent heat of the feet,'. — In the lower portion of 
the right foot, especially in the joint, when walking, a pain like a disloca- 
tion, especially after sitting a long time, lasting until she was fairly walk- 
ing; it existed formerly, but was more frequent and more severe (fourth 
week),'. — Drawing in the feet, when walking upon the sole in thick wool- 
len stockings without boots (thirtieth day),". — [430.] Dull twitchings below 
the lower part of the right foot (after eight weeks),". — Formication on the 
feet, especially when sitting (in several persons), I — A benumbing moment- 
ary pressure suddenly in the right heel, when sitting (thirtieth day),". — 
Very sensitive dull prickling stitches in the lower part of the right heel, 
in the evening, when lying in bed (twenty-first day),". — Rhythmical prick- 
ling dull stitches in the left heel, which suddenly return after pauses of a 
few seconds, in the evening, in bed (nineteenth day),". — Dull shocks above 
the left heel, in the evening, in bed, as if it would be shaken off (sixteenth 
day),". — Previously /rozere toes and heels become sensitive, and even sub- 
ject to pressing and burning pain,'. — Transient stitches in the left great 
toe (fourteenth day),". — Throbbing-burning stitches in the left great toe, 
starting from the tip, in the morning, in bed (sixteenth day),". — Sensitive 
dull twitchings in the left great toe, when walking and standing (thirty- 
second day),".— [440.] The corns are more painful than usual during the 
first part of the proving,'. — Bunions become daily more sensitive, and the 
skiu around them is slightly red ; in damp weather they swell, the skin of 
the parts becoming then so painful that, although the feet are well cov- 
ered, they cause stitching and burning pains,'. 

General Symptoms.—Ohjective. The usually rapid gait becomes 
slower, \— Anxious trembling, as if the hands and feet would fall asleep,'.— 
Oreat lassitude,\ — Lassitude, with sluggishness for every occupation,''. — Sink- 
ing of strength,'.— Ferj/ tired and dejected,'.— Sensation of weakness, so that 
she trembled and coidd hold nothing securely^. — In the evening, very weak, 
but when one began to ascend the mountain the strength seemed to gradu- 
ally return, so that after two or three hours of difficult climbing he seemed 
to be stronger than in the beginning (third week),l — [450.] Weakness of 
all the organs; of the organs of speech (sermo abdominalis); the bladder; 
the urine flows slowly in a weak stream, and with the assistance of the ab- 
dominal muscles; of the rectum, the stool was slow and only evacuated, as 
it seemed, with the help of distant portions of the intestinal canal ; the 
peristaltic motion seemed to cease not far from the end of the intestinal 
canal, and no amount of pressure was of any avail; the fseces seemed to be 


held back rather than pushed forward (fourteenth day),". — Exhaustion, 
weariness, with sinking of knees, especially of the right, when walking (sec- 
ond day, after four glasses),^ — Great exhaustion in the evening, even after 
a bath of 85° F. (twelfth day) ; after lying down in bed he felt an appre- 
hensive sensation about the heart; the pulse was full and slow; it frequently 
intermitted ; he woke about 3 o'clock after many dreams, and found a pil- 
low lying on his stomach, and could not for a long time fall asleep again ; 
toward morning he was inclined to sleep,^^ — Felt very much exhausted 
after repeated sweats ; great heaviness and fulness of the abdomen and de- 
spondency, in the afternoon; in the evening, when ascending a mountain, 
she felt stronger (fourteenth day),°. — Feeling of prostration,'' . — Increased 
sensitiveness of the skin,'. — Subjective. General discomfort,'' . — General 
anxious sensation, as if the blood in the arteries would stagnate, with con- 
stant flushes of heat,'. — Dislocated and spraining pains,'', — Draioing pains,'' . 
— [460.] Frequently tearing-stitching and even burning pains,''. — Dull shocks 
and jerks here and there in the body, especially in the lower legs, at diflfer- 
ent times,^ — The effects noticed the first few days and the original symp- 
toms of the disease, for example, troubles with the digestion, etc., are for 
the most part repeated after from two to four weeks,^ 

Skin. — Mealy desquamation of the skin,'. — Red spots and streaks, fre- 
quently burning like fire,'. — JjJrttptionfi. Rashlike eruption on the whole 
body, more itching than burning,'. — Small red pimples, frequently alter- 
nating, mostly on the sweating parts, disappearing with or without suppu- 
ration,'.— Pim^pZes, also ^iw^M^es,'. — Sensations. Crawling and prickling 
on various parts of the body, with breaking out of sweat, ^. — Itching-Cfraiding 
in various parts of the skin, now in front, on the chest, now between the 
shoulders, now in the nape of the neck, in the upper and loiver extremities,'' . — 
[470,] Much itching and increased sweat of the genitals,'. 

Sleep and Dreams. — Sleepiness. Constant yawning, also gen- 
erally very violent early in the morning, with inclination to sleep,''. — Un- 
conquerable inclination to sleep the whole day, and later in the evening diffi- 
cult falling asleep,''. — Violent inclination to sleep, without sleep following,'. 
— Weary with sleep, with yawning, as soon as she sits down (first and sec- 
ond weeks),*. — Overpowered by sleepiness, after yawning and chilliness 
(fourth day),^. — After a meal, great inclination to sleep, and after a half 
hour's sleep, headache, with redness of the face and heat,''. — Deep sleep, with 
snoring inspiration and expiration,'' . — Quiet and deep sleep, with active heavy 
dreams,^. — Usually very refreshing morning slumber,'. — [480.] Sleep) sound 
and refreshing, or very restless, with frequerit starting aivake,''. — Feek unre- 
freshed, in spite of long and sound sleep,\ — Sleeplessiiess. At times, 
total sleeplessness ; at times only unrefreshing half slumber,'. — Difficulty in 
falling asleep, also tardy slumbers,''. — Sleep after long tossing about,''. — Fre- 
quent wakhig and luakefidness at night,''. — With all her sleep-weariness, she 
slept very lightly and woke at every noise, especially after midnight, and 
could not again fall asleep,*. — He wakes every morning at 3,". — Dreams, 
Many unremembered dreams,''. — Lascivious dreams, with pollutions, in per- 
sons over 60 years of age,'. — [490,] Many confused dreams every night,'. 
— Uneasy dreams, so that one was glad on waking to be free from the illu- 
sion (after one week),^ — Dreams very varied, mostly confused and anx- 
ious,'. — Dreams full of strife and quarrels, in which one was never ready ; 
everything was confused, distorted, etc.,'. — Many frightful dreams, with toss- 
ing abowt,\ — With usual good sleep, he had a very vivid dream of his oc- 
cupations and business, which frequently awoke him, but as he closed his 


eyes again and returned to a half-conscious condition, he recommenced his 
dream where it had been interrupted, and continued it like a continuous 
story; he even knew that it was only a dream, but nevertheless could not 
free himself from it ; even in the morning, after rising, he remembered the 
main portions of it (third day),". — Even in the first sleep, before midnight, 
he had a dream so full of nameless grief and sorrow that he sighed over 
it, and thought to himself, "You have had hitherto many dreams of fright- 
ful things, and rejoiced on waking that they were illusions ; would that 
this were also only a dream, but unfortunately you are awake and in full 
consciousness;" and therewith pinched himself in the cheek in order to be 
convinced that he did not dream ; at last he awoke in a sweat, which was 
especially profuse on the limbs, so that he could wipe off the water ; he told 
his bedfellow the dream, after which he could not fall asleep for a long 
time, and when he slept he continued the dream uninterruptedly, only in 
a more moderate way, until morning, when it was time to rise (twentieth 
night),". — Nightly fantasies, with profuse sweat,^ 

Fever. — Chilliness, Chilliness, with palpitation of the heart and 
drawing in the limbs,'. — Sensitiveness to cold air ; in general, great liability 
to take cold,'. — [500.] Frequent chilliness on various parts,''. — Chilliness 
and formicatipn between the shoulders and down the back,'. — An attack 
of fever towards evening, after a walk in a cold wet atmosphere (similar 
to what he had before the proving), yawning, chilliness, and sweat through 
the night, together with tolerably good sleep, from which, however, he fre- 
quently partially awoke and talked, when he always forgot the context ; a 
kind of delirium which he had not had before the proving (second day),^ 
— Frequent alternations of shuddering, chilliness, and heat,'. — A few hours 
after drinking the " Sprudel " for several days in succession, alternations 
of chill and heat, great exhaustion, vertigo, night-sweats, fantasies, op- 
pression of the chest, with coated tongue, anorexia, earthy, yellow, sunken 
face, and great prostration (fourth week) ; (this condition was at first called 
a crisis from the waters, afterward, nervo gastric fever) ; allopathically 
treated, and died after five weeks,'. — Seat. Pleasant warmth of the 
whole body,'. — Sensation of increased warmth all over, especially in the 
head,'.— Heat, without preceding chili, also frequently in the evening,'. — 
Sensation of heat, ivith alternating flashes of chilliness, over the whole hack,\— 
Flushes of heat all over, especially in the face, with sweat on forehead,'. — 
[510.] Hot flashes, with weakness and anxious sweat (as she formerly had), 
very frequently (first weeks),*. — Heat of the head, with redness of the face 
and creeping shudders,''.— Sensation of heat in the face, without redness,'. — 
At times, attacks of fever, without remissions, then again for a few days he 
felt very free and light in the limbs, though with increasing leanness, 
weariness, and sickly expression (after four weeks),^ — Sweat. Transpira- 
tion more active; he sweats more easily,''. — Sweats; also after attacks of shud- 
dering and heat,'.— With great external heat, the water acts more upon 
the skin than upon the intestines,^— She sweats every night, contrary to 
habit (second week),^— At night, he always perspired slightly, though 
mostly on the limbs, as formerly during the period before the proving,". — 
Sweat colors the linen yellow (fourth week),'. 

Conditions.—— (Morning), On rising, irritable, etc.; 
fulness of the forehead ; after waking, headache ; semicircle in field of vis- 
ion; mucus in mouth; after waking, mouth lined with mucus; limbs painful 
from lying ; in bed, cramp in calf; on stretching out foot, cramp in calves ; 
in bed, stitches in great toe ; early, yawning, etc. — (Forenoon), Beating in 


temple; when walking, pain in calf. — (Afternoon), Unpleasant mood; 
thirst ; while riding, sensation as if heartburn would ensue, etc. — (Even- 
ing), On lying down, cracking in the head ; in bed, pain in side of head ; 
redness, etc., in face ; thirst ; pain above left malleolus ; when lying in bed, 
stitches in right heel ; in bed, stitches in left heel return ; shocks above left 
heel ; exhaustion ; heat. — (Night), Confusion of head ; griping in abdomen. 
— (Ascending an eminence). Throbbing, etc., in head. — (After breakfast). 
Hiccough, etc. — (Coughing), Pains through sacrum. — (On descending), 
Stitches in pit of stomach. — (After dinner). Pressing, etc., in stomach. — ■ 
(After drinking). Hiccough, etc. — (After eating). Confusion, etc. ; redness, 
etc., in face ; hiccough ; pain, etc., in stomach. — (After looking long). Eye 
seems veiled. — (Lying), Sensation in muscle of neck. — (After lying down in 
bed), All limbs seem fatigued. — (After meals), Pressure in forehead ; tooth- 
ache ; inclination to sleep. — (On raising and bending body backwards), Pain 
in small of back. — (Long-continued reading), Weakness of eyes. — (Deep 
respiration), Pain in region of liver ; sensation of ring around abdomen. — 
(In room), Anxiety ; heat of head ; fulness, etc., in occiput. — (On sewing). 
Eyes watery. — ( When standing). Pain down right leg ; twitohings in great 
toe. — (Stooping), Throbbing, etc., in head. — (Touch), Pain in tooth. — 
(Turning over on left side). Pain in region of liver. — (Walking), Pain in 
leg ; twitchings in great toe. — ( Walking fast), Pain in region of liver. — 
( When walking in open air). Dark stripe before eye.- — ( When working with 
the hands), Objects appear in axis of vision. — (Writing), Weakness of the 

Amelioration. — (In open air), Anxiety ; stupefaction of head, etc. ; 
vertigo ; fulness, etc., in occiput ; weakness of the eye. — (Motion in open 
air). Confusion, etc., of head. — (After coffee), Pinching, etc., in abdomen 
disappears. — (After eating), Pain in pit of stomach. — (Motion), Headache ; 
sensation in muscle of neck. — (After rising), Fulness of forehead disappears. 
— (Sitting), Contraction above navel ; tension in leg ; tension, etc., in legs ; 
formication in foot ; pressure in heel. — ( On stooping), Contraction above 
navel disappears. — ( Walking), Sensation in chest ; pain in small of back. 


Carya alba, Nutt. Nat. order, Juglandacese. Common name, Shellbark 
or Shagbark hickory. 

Authority. Dr. Forsyth, Med. Repos., 11 (N. Am. J. of Horn., 2, 473), 
effects of eating the nuts (the exclusive diet, for three or four weeks, of a 
girl 7 years old). 

Face. — Appearance clay-colored. — Face swollen. 

Mouth.^Gums swelled, began to bleed and turn black, and she could 
not move her lips without occasioning a profuse discharge from them. 

/S«OWt«c/j,— Appetite for animal food bad.— Appetite gone (after sev- 
enteen days). 

Abdomen. — Abdomen much swelled (after seventeen days). 

/SYoo?.— Discharge of black-colored bloo'd by stool (after seventeen 

Respiratm^y Organs. — Breathing short.— Respiration difficult. 

Heart and Pulse.— \10.'\ Pulse small and quick.— Pulse weak and 

Extremities in General. — Extremities swollen. 

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General Symptoms. — On the least excoriation of the skin, the 
blood would gush out, of a very dark color. — Blood gushed from gums, 
nostrils, ears, and several other parts (after seventeen days). — Want of 

Skin. — Whole body, including face, covered with livid spots, from size 
of one inch in diameter to that of a pin's head ; the largest resembled a 
bruise, the smaller were sometimes red, resembling flea-bites. 


Croton Eleuteria, Bennett. Nat. order, Euphorbiacese. Common name, 
(Spanish) Cascarilla. 

Preparation, Tincture of the bark. 

Authority. Stapf, Archiv. f. Horn., 15, 1, 184. 

Mind. — Disinclined to think,'. 

Head, — Confusion of the head,'. — Heat and confusion of the head,'. — 
Dull drawing pain in the right temporal region, lasting two days,'. 

Hfouth. — Bitter, rough taste, when smoking,'. 

Throat. — A sensation of deep swelling deep down in the throat, when 
not swallowing, and especially when swallowing, as if he has swallowed 
the stone of a fruit,'. 

Stomach. — Hunger at 3 p.m., though he had eaten a few hours pre- 
viously,'. — Eructations with bitter taste,'. — Frequent empty eructations 
(after one hour),'. — [10.] Slight empty eructations at times; at times in- 
effectual attempts at eructations,'. — Burning in the pit of the stomach,'. — 
Severe pressure in the stomach,'. — Slight tensive pressure in the epigastric 
region, as if one had eaten too much ; every step caused a painful shatter- 
ing in the epigastric region, which did not feel tense and was not hard 
(worse when walking than when sitting),'. 

Abdomen. — 'Troublesome sensation of pressure and tension in the 
hypochondria, almost like incarcerated flatus, though associated with a 
•sensation of hardness,'. — Movings about the abdomen like flatulence, with 
slight painful sensation, without passage of flatus (after one hour and a 
quarter),'. — Unusual griping in the abdomen before the usual morning 
stool, followed by the normal stool (after one hour),'. — Pressure and rum- 
bling in the abdomen ; passage of flatus (after two hours),'. 

Stool. — The usual evening stool omitted, and the customary morning 
■stool was passed with great exertion, consisting at first of large brownish 
lumps, mingled here and there with masses of mucus, followed by a natur- 
ally formed and colored stool, which was here and there mixed with much 
bright hlood,^. 

Urinary Orgraws.— Momentary painful sensation in the orifice of 
the urethra after urinating, as from a soreness, as if a few drops would still 
pass, which caused a burning,'. 

Mespiratory Organs.— [_20.^ Short dry cough, from tickling in 
the trachea,'. 

Chest.— A stitch extends up towards the left breast, as if caused by 
incarcerated flatulence,'. 

Mxtremities in General.— WasLnness and indolence of all the 
limbs,'.— A pressive-tensive pain in the right shoulder-joint, during rest 
and motion,'. 

Sleep and Dreams.— Sleeip, with semiconsciousness ; he thought he 

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was awake, though he still slept; he lay in various places during sleep, 
dreamed much, though without anxiety, and remembered distinctly his 
dreams after waking in the morning,'. 

Fever. — Anxious heat of the whole body and a slight sweat, followed 
by sleepiness (after half an hour),'. — Slight sweat on the back, when walk- 
ing in the open air, with slight chilliness, which immediately disappeared 
on standing still, but returned after walking again,'. 

Conditions. — Aggravation — {When smoUng), Bitter, etc., taste in 
mouth. — ( Walking), Pressure in epigastric region. 

A-ineliOVatiOU, — (Ow standing still). Chilliness disappears. 


Manihot utilissima, Pohl (Jatropha manihot, L.).f Nat. order, Eu- 
phorbiacese. Common name, Sweet or bitter cassada or cassava. 

Preparation, Tincture of the root. 

Authorities. 1, 2, and 3, Reil, Journ. f. Pharni., Tox., and Therap., 1, 
586 ; review of Michiel de Keyzer, Inaug. dis., " Bydrage tot de Kennis 
van het Blauwzuur," 1856, poisoning of two boys and a girl, aged respect- 
ively 3, 4, and 6 years ; 4, ibid., poisoning of a negro by the juice ; 5, Dr. 
Barham, general statement of symptoms of poisoning, Pharm, Journ., 5, 
29, 1846 ; 6, Mure, Pathogenesie Bresilienne, effects from an ounce dose of 
the expressed juice of the root, by J. V. Martins. 

JKind. — Emotionat. At times, painful weeping, with grinding of 
the teeth,'*. — Sadness,^ — Wakes in bad humor (second day),". — Intel- 
lectual, She seemed to have some consciousness, as was shown by the 
look of her eye when her name was called aloud,'. — Senseless and uncon- 
scious, with ice-cold hands and feet, pale, sunken face, half-closed eyes, 
dilated pupils, half-opened mouth, full of saliva, respiration very slow, al- 
most imperceptible, action of the heart intermitting, scarcely perceptible, 
anus relaxed, wide open, limbs relaxed,' ^ — He fell to the ground uncon- 
scious, with loud cries and convulsions,*. 

Head,. — Dizziness (second day),^- — Giddiness of the head,^- — Weight 
in the head, especially the top of the forehead, at 4 p.m. (second day),". — 
[10.] Pain in the forehead and nasal fossse (fourth day),". 

Eye. — Pain within the orbits,". — Dimness of sight,''. — Optical illusions 
(fourth day),". 

JSar. — Noise in the ears, extending to the occiput, like letting off steam 
(third day),". 

Motith. — Clammy mouth, with bad breath (third day),". — Bitter 
mouth (fourth day),". 

Throat. — Sense of swelling in the left tonsil (second day),". — Pain at 
the velum palati,". — Slight feeling of dryness in the oesophagus,". 

Stomach. — [20.] Appetite when beginning breakfast, but it suddenly 
ceases after taking a little milk (second day),". — Thirst,". — Eructations at 
6.30 A.M.,". — Violent vomiting and purging,\ — Heaviness in the stomach 
all night, relieved by applying the hands (fourth day),". — Slight weight in 
the stomach,". — Pain and sickness of the stomach,''. — Slight dull pains in 

t The bitter variety is poisonous, diflfering from the sweet, as bitter from sweet 
almonds (the diflerence probably due to the presence of hydrocyanic acid) ; botan- 
ically, the two varieties are alike. 


stomach and bowels, with borborygmi fsecond day),". — Vague and tran- 
sient, but very acute, pains in the stomach (third day),". 

Abdomen. — Swelling of the whole abdomen,^ — [30.] Vague pains in 
the hypogastrium, when urinating, at 6 a.m. (second day),". 

Hectuni and A.nus. — Tenesmus and pressure in the sphincter ani, 
with pricking, at 3 p.m. (second day),". — At 8 o'clock, renewed, but inef- 
fectual urging to stool (second day),". 

zS^OO?.— Diarrhoea in the morning (sixth day),". — Unusually easy 
stools,". — Watery, greenish, fetid stools (second day),". — Copious, light- 
colored, watery, fetid stools (second day),". 

JJrinary Organs. — Sudden pain, with lancination, in the urethra, 
above the fossa navicularis, for two minutes (second day),". — Slight heat in 
the urethra (third day),". 

Respiratory Organs. — Eespiration intermitting, at times almost 

Chest, — '[40.] Pain within the chest,". — Pain in the side of the chest 
and in the shoulders, aggravated by movement (second day),". 

Heart and Pulse. — Pulse Very weak,". 

Hack. — Pain in the back (third day),". — Pain at the loins (sixth 

Superior Extremities. — Acute pain in the left arm at night,". — 
Pain in the left elbow (third day),". 

Inferior Extremities. — Pain at the inside of the thigh (fifth 
day),". — Rheumatic pain in the right thigh (eighth day),". — -Trembling of 
the knees and of all the limbs with violent emotion, when hearing others 
talk about the disease he is afraid of having (second day),".— [50.] Weak- 
ness of the knees when going upstairs,". — Swelling of the ankles, rather less 
at night (third day),". 

General Synn^toms.— Slight cramps, with staring look,".— Debil- 
ity,". — Moral and physical prostration (third day),". — Faintings,^ 

Sleex* and Dreatns — Sleepiness. Drowsiness (sixth day),".— 
Drowsiness in daytime,". — Sleep at 4 p.m. (second day),".— Falls asleep 
late,". — [60.] Distressing dreams, about wanting to save an asphyxiated 
child, whose parents will not let him treat it (second day),". — Dreams 
about a conflagration, with small flames, like those presented by the 10th 
attenuation of Crotalus cascavella, when examined under the solar micro- 
scope, at the Homoeopathic Institute of Rio Janeiro (fifth day),". 

jyieve/'.— Coldness and shrinking,".— The whole head, especially the 
nape of the neck, is cold (eighth day),".— Face and limbs cold,".— Icy cold- 
ness under the shoulder-blades, in bed, even when well covered up (seventh 
day),".— Icy coldness of the arm, even to the marrow of the bone (eighth 
day),".— Icy coldness of the knees (sixth day),".— Cold, feet and hands 
(seventh day),".— Profuse sweat during sleep, ceasing on waking (second 
day),".— [70.] Very fetid sweat under the axilL-e and on the scrotum (third 

Conditions.— Kg^xavaXxon.— {Morning), 6.30 o'clock, eructations; 
6 o'clock, when urinating, pain in hypogastrium ; diarrhoea.- (4/'<e9-Hoo?!.), 
4 o'clock, weight in head ; 3 o'clock, tenesmus, etc.— (iVij/Zti), Pain in left 
arm. — {Movement), Pain in chest. — {Daring sleep). Sweat. 

Amelioration.— {Night), Swelling of the SinWQs.~{Ap'plying hands 
to part). Heaviness in stomach. 



Castanea vesca, L. Nat. order, CupuTiferae. Common name, Chestnut. 

Preparation, Tincture of the leaves gathered in the summer. 

Authorities. MS. provings of Dr. Henry C. Houghton and three others, 
with wineglassful doses of an infusion of the leaves. 

Head. — Head feels dull (fifth day). — 10 a.m, out in the hot sun for 
one hour, followed by severe headache, with slight dizziness; relieved by 
lying flat on back in cool room (eighth day). — 8.30 a.m., sharp darting 
pain in right temporal region (eighth day). — Slight darting pains in left 
temporal region (sixth day). 

Thvoat. — Slight acrid feeling in throat (immediately). 

Stomach. — No appetite for breakfast (seventh day). — No appetite for 
breakfast, but thirsty (fifth day).— Thirsty (fourth day). — Desire for warm 
drinks (fifth and sixth days). 

Abdomen. — [10,] Flatulence odorless. — 12.30 p.m., frequent emission 
of flatus (sixth day). — Feeling as if bowels would move, 'but no pain (fifth 
day). — An uncomfortable relaxed condition of the abdominal viscera all day, 
better while lying on back (fourth day). — -Pain in bowels as of incarcerated 
flatulence (sixth day). — Considerable pain after stool, which gradually sub- 
sided while lying on back, best in that position (fourth day). — 3 p.m., se- 
vere pain and rumbling (sixth day). — Woke at 5 a.m., with severe pain in 
abdomen below navel. Water-closet being occupied by another pi-over, the 
pain increased to an intensity, then gi-adually decreased, then increased to 
the intensest pain again (fourth day). — At 8 p.m., while in church, severe 
pain in abdomen below navel, urging to stool ; feared should have to leave 
service. — After dinner at 6 p.m., pressure and rumbling in bowels, emission 
of flatus (fifth day). — [20.] Abdominal walk sensitive (sixth day). — Imme- 
diately after eating, pain in lower portion of abdomen (seventh day). — 
From 3 p.M to 10 P.M., aching pain in pelvis, thighs, and legs, better lying 
down, or feet supported in a chair (fourth day). 

Hectum and Anus. — 1.30 p.m., sudden and urgent desire for stool, 
accompanied by severe pain and rumbling ; pain relieved by stool (sixth day). 

Stool. — Diarrhfea. Stool at 9.30; urgent, compelling immediate 
discharge ;_ stool soft, yellowish-brown (third day).- — Stool at 3.16 p.m., sud- 
den and slightly watery (sixth day). — Stool at 1.30 p.m, lumpy, yellow, 
smelling like the decoction (sixth day). — Urging at 9.30; dark-brown 
stool ; pain after stool (second day). — 8 a.m., stool urgent, watery, black, 
small in amount (fourth day). — Stool about 6.10 a.m., urgent, profuse, 
black, lumpy, and watery (fourth day). — [30.] 6.55 a.m., stool urgent, black, 
watery, not lumpy (fourth day). — The soft stools consisted of short, small 
pieces, like chopped tape; this character of stool has continued for three years, 
whenever loose stools occur (in three provers). — About 5 a.m., stool first rather 
hard, then profuse and lumpy, black, and of an odor similar to the decoction 
(fourth day). — Consti2ffttiOil. Stool at 8.30, insufficient, discharged 
with difliculty (second day). — No stool (fifth and sixth days). 

Urinary Organs. — The quantity of urine passed thus far has been 
less than normal (fifth day). — 9 A.m., small amount of dark urine (seventh 
day). — Rested well till 4.30 a.m., rose, and passed small quantity of dark- 
red urine (fifth day). — Very dark urine (fourth day). 

Chest. — During day, slight pain in right lung, centre (first day). 


Extremities in Geixeral.—\iO.'\ 8 a.m., aching pain in left arm 
aud leg, as on fourth day (eighth day). 

General Symptoms.— Great lassitude (fifth day).— 10 a.m., felt 
very weak and tired, particularly in legs, below knees, and in forearms 
(eighth day).— After stool, prostration and weakness ; better from lying 
flat on back (sixth day). 

»SfeiM.— Several small pimples on thigh (right), back of left ear, and 
on left upper lip; one on lip very painful (seventh day). 

Sleep and J) rentns.— 'Rested poorly at night (seventh day ).— Rest- 
less night; very tired on waking (ninth day). — At 6.10 a.m., woke from 
dreams of efforts at stool, and voiding stool, fouling clothing f fourth day). 

F(Ver. — Perspiration very free after drinking (fifth and sixth days). 

Condition s. — Aggravation. — (After dinner), Pressure, etc., in bowels. 
— {After eating), Immediately, pain in lower abdomen.— (After stool). Pros- 
tration, etc. 

Amelioration. — {Lying down, or supporting feet), V am in pelvis, etc. 
— {Lying fiat on ftae/c), Headache ; condition of abdomen ; pain after stool; 
prostration, etc. — {From free perspiration), After drinking, relief. — {Stool), 
Pain in bowels. 


"The rudimentary thumb-nail of the horse." The small, flat, oblong- 
oval, rough, dark, horny substance found on the inner side of the leg above 
the fetlock ; called by Paracelsus Verruca equorum gemmm. 

Preparation, Triturations. 

Authorities. 1, Dr. Bauer, in Hering's resuni6, Buchner and Nusser's 
All.-Zeit. f. Hom., second supplement; 2, Dr. Geist, ibid.; 3, Hering, ibid.; 
4, Kummer, ibid., took a potency " higher than the third;" 5, Romig, ibid. 

3Iind. — Unusual laughing about not laughable things,'. 

Head. — Vertigo, headache, nausea, m the morning,^ — Pressure from 
within outward, especially in the temples, near the ears, worse on the -left 
side (from triturating),^ — Pressure in the forehead,^ — Headache in the left 
temple,*. — Pressive pain in both temples from within outward, as if the 
head would be forced asunder (while triturating),'. — Pressing sensation in 
both temples, in the morning immediately after taking it, which lasted for 
half an hour,^ — Pressive pain in the temples, disappearing after waking 
from sleep,^ — In the forenoon, while lying and reading, he fell asleep, but 
was awakened by a sensation as if the occiput had gone to sleep, such as 
he had six years previously ; a few hours after taking,^ — [10.] Pressure 
deep in the occiput, as if one pressed something hard against it ; in the 
forenoon,''. — Crawling in the hairs, as if something were crawling inthem,^ 
— The scalp goes to sleep from the neck up to the vertex, with a sensation 
as if the posterior half of the head were lying in ice ; during the midday 
sleep, after triturating,^ 

JSye. — Frequent twitching in the right lid,*. — Itching in the canthi,^ 

Ear. — Troublesome dry sensation in the left ear, which compelled him 
to scratch, somewhat also in the right ear ; afterwards a twitching pain 
within the left ear,''. 

Nose. — *Continued fluent coryza, with constant sensation of hunger, 
even after eating,^ — Pressive pain in the nasal bones,'. 

Face. — Transient burning-sticking pains in the face, and also in the 
body, now here, now there,l — Sensation as of cramp in the cheeks (third 


day),'. — [20.] Prickling and heat on both cheeks/. — Dry lips, with thirst, 
in the evening (third day),^ 

Month. — Pain in a hollow tooth of the left side, which obliges him to 
have itfilled,l — Shooting pain in the hollow teeth of the left side,''. — Slight 
painful sensation in the right molar teeth,^ — Burning pain in the forepart 
of the tongue,'. — Great accumulation of saliva, especially immediately after 

Stomuch. — Great sensation of hunger, even after eating (with coryza),'. 
— Two weeks after the proving, the desire for smoking returns, which he 
had completely lost eight years before, after whooping-cough ; this lasted 
only one month, and then disappeared suddenly,^ — Frequent empty eruc- 
tations,^ — [30.] Frequent empty eructations, at 10 a.m.,". 

Abdomen. — Soon after the pain in the teeth loud rumblings and 
noises in the abdomen appear (in the forenoon),''.— Slight pain in the right 
inguinal region, after taking,''. — Stitchlike pain in the left inguinal region,". 

Stool. — Urgent stool, preceded by colic and passage of offensive flatus j\ — ■ 
Stool omits second and third day ; then, the next morning, he is awakened 
from sleep by colic, with desire for stool, followed by a very urgent, thin, 
watery, somewhat burning passage ; after this no stool for two days, then 
again diarrhoea followed, with severe pressure and colic,^ 

Mespiratory Organs. — A troublesome morbid sensation in the 
larynx, while triturating,^ 

Chest. — The areola becomes red as in erysipelas, as also do the nip- 
ples, with much pain in the left breast (after Hepar immediately relieved, 
and the nipples, which have been sore for a week, heal) ; in a woman,^ — , 
{^'Cracked, sore nipple in a nursing woman°),^ ^, and others. — Violent inter- 
nal twitchings in the breasts, mostly in the right, by paroxysms, in the 
evening " raving ;" relieved by rubbing and scratching it, which makes the 
skin raw; the areola is for a long distance red, and the nipples pain, and 
are dryer than usual ; the itching extends backwards to the shoulder (in a 
woman, after the third dose, from the third trituration),''. — [40,] Swelling 
of the mammary glands (male), especially of the right; they are painful, 
especially to touch, the left particularly,". — The swollen mammary glands 
(male) are very painful on stepping down stairs ; it seems as though they 
would fall down ; he is obliged to press them with the hand in order to re- 
lieve this troublesome sensation,". — Burning pain in the chest,". — Burning 
pain in the middle of the chest,". — *Stitching pain in the chest,^. 

Heart and Pulse. — ^A peculiar sensation in the heart, like the 
struggling of something living, with anxiety and movings about, and fermen- 
tation in the upper and lower abdomen ; in the forenoon,". 

Extremities in General, — Arms and legs feel bruised,*. — Pain 
in the right tibia and left forearm, seldom, but returning after several days, 
and often very severe,*. — Pain in the elbow and right knee, afterwards very 
severe in right tibia ; in the evening,*. — Dull pain in the ankle and wrist,*. 

Superior Extremities. — [50.] Pain in the whole right arm,". — 
Pain in the right arm wakes him from sleep with cries ; the arm feels as if 
it were asleep, thicker and heavier ; relieved after rubbing, after which he 
continues to sleep till morning, when everything disappears ; only after he 
has been asked by others why he cried out he recollects all about it,". — 
Drawing pain in the right arm, and in the chest,". — Frequent shifting, 
stitchlike pains go from one arm to the other, or even into the face,". — Pain 
in the middle of the left forearm, in the evening,*. — After the right wrist 
bad been painful, the left one was affected, together with the fifth finger of 


the right hand/. — The right wrist pains as if sprained, and on hanging 
down the arm it streams into the fourth and fifth fingers, for one day,'. — 
Twitching, frequently returning, pains above the left wrist,'.— Drawing 
pains from within outwards in the ball of the left hand, which extends to 
the tips of the fingers,'.— The finger-nails break off on the slightest provo- 

Inferior Extremities. — [60.] Frequent, isolated, fine stitches in 
the lower limbs; continued burning pain in the right limb,'. — Pain in 
the knees, especially when sitting,*. — Continued pain in the hollow of the 
right knee when the knee was bent, especially on stooping, also when sit- 
ting down, but most severe when standing after sitting,*. — Burning pain in 
the side of the left knee,'. — Repeated pain in the right tibia*. — Tension in 
the left calf,*. — Pain in both heels,*.— Pain in the left great toe, as if fro- 
zen,'. — -Toe-nails very brittle,'. — Some of the toe-nails come out without 
cause and without pain ; new ones are already formed beneath them,'. 

Skin. — [70.] Small painless pustules behind the left ear, forming a 
circle of the size of half a dollar,'. — Severe small boils on both lower legs 
(caused by two grains of the third trituration, in a psoric unimpressible 

Sleep and Dreams. — Sleepy early in the evening (third day),*. — 
Uneasy sleep with many dreams, with going to sleep of the right arm,'. — 
In his sleep he stretched his hands above his head and cracked his fingers, 
which awoke his bedfellow, who aroused him,'. — Dreams in winter of fresh 
fruits hanging from the trees,'. — Dreams in the night that his mother, liv- 
. ing in Germany, was sick, without having thought of her the previous day,'. 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), Vertigo, etc. — {Forenoon), 
Pressure in occiput ; sensation in heart. — {Eve7iing), Dry lips, etc. ; pain in 
elbow, etc.; pain in forearm. — {After eaimjr), Accumulation of saliva. — 
{Sitting down), Pain in knees. — {Standing after sitting). Pain in hollow of 
knee. — {Stepping doivn stairs), Pain in mammary glands. — {Stooping), Pain 
in hollow of knee. 

Anielioration. — {Rubbing), Pain in right arm. 


Castor Fiber, Linn. Nat. order, Rodentia. Class, Mammalia. Common 
name, Beaver. 

Preparation, Tincture of the secretion contained in the preputial sacs. 

Authorities. 1, Caspari, Hartlaub and Trinks, Annalen, 3, 314, proved 
the Russian variety ; 2, " N-g," ibid., proved the Austrian variety. 

Mind. — Very sad, lachrymose, and languishing, in the afternoon (third 
day),'. — Very melancholy and depressed, as if something evil would befall 
her, in the afternoon (third day),'. — Anxious at night, and waking from 
fright, after midnight (fourth day),'. — Despondent, apprehensive, moody, 
in the afternoon (third day),l — Extreme apprehensiveness and sadness, 
and constantly inclined to cry, the whole of the first and second days ; 

towards evening, however, she was unusually lively,'. — Fretful humor,^ 

Very fretful humor,'. — During menstruation, she was very fretful, discon- 
tented with everything ; she was even averse to speaking,'. 

Mead. — Sensation of heaviness in the whole head, in the morning, 
after rising, lasting till noon (eleventh day),'. — [10.] Pain in the head and 
stomach, with nausea, after dinner and after a vexation (second day),'. 


•Headache, like sticking, with confusion, lasting fifteen minutes,^ — Fore- 
head. Sensation of heaviness and aching in the forehead (after half an 
hour),^ — Headache, like a fulness in the forehead, and a sensation as if 
the skull at that place would burst (ninth day),'''. — Transient pressure in 
the forehead,^ — Extremely painful pressure in the forehead, in the evening 
(first day),l — Pain, pressing from within outward, in the right side of the 
forehead,^ — Some sharp stitches behind the right frontal eminence, at 10 
A.M. (fifteenth day),''. — Headache, tearing in the forehead, with great sen- 
sitiveness on the top of the head, during menstruation, in the evening,^ — 
Fine tearing in the right side of the forehead and vertex, when sitting 
(third day),^ — [20.] Tearing and drawing in the forehead, in the evening, 
at 6 P.M., disappearing in bed,^ — Beating and throbbing, with sensation of 
heaviness in the forehead, at 4 p.m., after a bath, worse in the evening, and 
continuing until she fell asleep,^ — Temples. Twitching in the left tem- 
ple, which extended forward to the upper back teeth, during menstruation 
(fifteenth day),''. — Tearing in both temples, and sore, sensitive pain when 
pressing upon them, in the evening, lasting till 10 p.m., with chilliness 
(thirteenth day),^ — ^Tearing from both temples ; it extended thence into 
the middle of the forehead ; relieved by pressure upon it and in the open air, 
together with pain and sensitiveness to pressure upon the vertex, with chil- 
liness (eleventh day),l — Throbbing in the right temple, in front of the ear, 
while standing, after dinner,^ — Ver'teoc. Heaviness and sensation of tear- 
ing in the vertex, half an hour after dinner,''. — Headache on the vertex, as 
if it were suppurating ; worse from pressure upon it,''. — Pat'ietals. The 
head feels screwed together, especially in both sides,^ — Sharp stitches in a 
small spot on the right side of the head, in the forenoon (fourth day),". — 
[30.] Sharp stitches in the upper part of the left parietal bone, in the after- 
noon (third day),^ — Such violent stitches, together with beatings on the 
upper part of the right parietal bone, that the head was moved by them 
(tenth day),''. — Tearing in the right side of the head, in the temples, in the 
evening, while walking (third day),l — Occiput. Twitching in the right 
side of the occiput, in the afternoon,'.— Pain in the occiput, as if the head 
would be drawn backwards (eighteenth day),l — Pressure and throbbing in 
the left side of the occiput, externally, in a small place, internally, widely 
extended ; as she pressed this place slightly with the finger, the pain disap- 
peared, but a great sensitiveness remained, and she felt stupefied, during 
dinner (first day),". — Severe tearing and sticking in the right side of the 
occiput, like shootings, in the afternoon, while standing (third day),". — 
Violent throbbing, with sticking and tearing in the right side of the occi- 
put, in the afternoon, while standing (third day),". — Painful throbbing, as 
from an ulcer, in the occiput, while sitting (after two hours),". 

Eye. — The eyes feel as though he had not slept enough,". — [40.] The 
eyes burn, and are very sensitive to the sunlight, in the afternoon (fifth day),". 
— Burning of the eyes, in the evening, by the light, with agglutination of 
them by night,". — Biting, now in the right, now in the left eye, during 
menstruation,". — The eyes are agglutinated nearly all night (first night),". — 
She was unable to look at the sunlight, on account of burning in both inner 
canthi (eleventh day),". — Biting in the right inner canthus, disappearing 
while rubbing, in the afternoon (sixth day),". — Continual watering of the 
eyes (third day),". — Vision. Inclination to strain the vision when look- 
ing sharply at work, with pain like pressure, in the evening ; is not felt 
when not at work (first and second days),". — Sensation as if something hung 
down before the eyes, so that she was obliged to look outward, and at times 


prevented vision (third day),^ — A fog before the eyes on looking at a dis- 
tance, together with a pain like a burning ; she also saw at times small 
stars and clouds before the eyes (third day),l 

Mfir. — [50,] Pain behind the left ear/. — Tearing in the right concha, 
and about the temple, in the afternoon (second day),''. — Painful tearing on 
the tip of the left ear, which frequently returns, in the forenoon (third 
(3ay),l — Henrinf). Sounds in the right ear for a long time, which only 
disappeared on boring in with the finger, in the foreuoon,^ — Roaring and 
gurgling in the right ear, like boiliug water, relieved by boring in with 
the finger (sixteenth day),''. 

Nose, — Sneezing, so violent that it shakes the whole-body ,1 — Frequent 
sneezing, without coryza (seventeenth day),''. — Frequent sneezing during 
the day, with stoppage of the nose (first day) ; the next morning the stop- 
page is loosened,". — Coryza, with which much water is discharged (sixteenth 
day),". — Clear acrid water flows from the nose, without stoppage ; it excori- 
ates the nostrils (fourth day),". — [60.] Stoppage of the upper part of the 
nose, as though no air could pass through,". — The nose seems to be full and 
stopped in the upper part ; only clear water comes from it (second day),". 
— Tearing in the upper part, in the root of the nose, with itching in the 

Face. — She looks very pale and sick during menstruation,". — Redness 
of the face and constant yawning, on account of severe pain in the bowels, 
without sensation of heat (seventeenth day),". — Visible twitching in the 
lower lip, and feeling as if something alive were in it, at 6 p.m. (eleventh 
day),". — ^Tearing in the left lower jaw and teeth, in the afternoon (seventh 

Mouth.— Teeth and Gums. Toothache in the right side of both 
jaws, caused by eating, the whole afternoon, till evening; relieved by no- 
thing except frequent doses of spirits of camphor,". — Boring toothache in 
the whole right side, relieved by nothing except warm water, at 5 p.m., 
lasting the whole night ; she could not bite upon it,". — Violent tearing in 
several teeth of the right upper row, and in the whole side of the face, at 
8 P.M. (first day),". — [70.] Toothache, a frequent painful tearing, caused 
by sucking or touching with the tongue (fifteenth day),". — Boring-tearing 
in the right upper eye-tooth ; the pain was worse from cold, and relieved 
by warmth, but afterwards not relieved by anything,". — Toothache in the 
left lower row, crawling, as from worms, caused by cold, and then also 
continuing in the warmth, in the afternoon (fourteenth day),". — Something 
acid comes from a painful back tooth in the right lower jaw, in the after- 
noon (second day),". — Pain in the left lower back teeth,\ — A right lower 
back tooth begins to pain, worse from cold water, relieved by warm, in the 
evening, lasting till going to .sleep,".— Toothache as soon as she begins to 
eat, and lasting a long time afterwards, in the left lower anterior molar, 
during menstruation,".— Gnawing pain in hollow back tooth of the right 
lower row ; this is followed from time to time by severe jerking in it,". — 
Tearing in a hollow back tooth of the right side, worse in the air, at 7 p.m., 
and frequently returning,".— Toothache, tearing and digging, in the last 
back tooth of the right upper row, somewhat relieved by warm water,". — 
[80.] Tearing in the last back tooth of the right upper row, with a feeling 
as if a worm were creeping about in it, in the afternoon,".— Jerking-tearing 
in the back teeth of the right lower row, in which some bread lodged; if 
she touched the teeth with the tongue, the pain became worse ; it was also 
worse in the open air, lasting a long time, in the afternoon,".— Jerking pain 

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in a back tooth in the right lower row, with sensitiveness to touch of the 
tongue (ninth day),''. — The gum of the right upper inner side of the jaw is 
swollen, with tearings extending to the right temple, at night (first day),l 
— Burning in the gum in a painful tooth, lasting a quarter of an hour, 
worse when pressing upon it with the tongue (twelfth day),^ — Toiif/ue. 
Burning on the upper surface of the tongue, after dinner (first day),^ — 
Drawing and itching in the tongue, extending to the throat, frequently, at 
5 P.M. (fifteenth day),^ — GeiU'ral Month. Offensive odor from the 
mouth, which she herself noticed ; it is not dispelled by washing the mouth 
with water (fourteenth day),''. — OflTensive odor from the mouth, which she 
herself did not notice, in the morning (fourth day),''. — Dryness, without 
taste, in the mouth, in the morning, after waking (seventeenth day),l — 
Snlivn. [90.] Uprising of water into the mouth, during and after violent 
pain in the abdomen (seventeenth day),'. — Ttiste. Bitterness in the mouth, 
in the morning, after waking, which disappears after some time (second 

Thront. — Yellow mucus collects in the throat, which causes hawking 
(first day),'. — Severe burning in the throat, like a glow, from 6 to 8.30 
P.M. (fourth day),'. — Burning in the throat, like heartburn, during and 
between swallowing (seventeenth day),'. — Pain in the throat when swallow- 
ing, as if sore,',in the forenoon (nineteenth day),'.^Rawness in the throat, 
which compels her to cough, mostly in the forenoon, during menstruation,'. 
— Scraping in the throat, causing hawking,'. 

Stomach. — Ajipetite a7id Thirst. In the evening she felt no 
appetite for warm food, and only relished bread (third day),'. — Thirst, in 
the afternoon, for several days, during menstruation/. — [100.] Thirst is so 
violent that she could not drink enough water, after dinner (fourth day),'. — 
Great thirst, in the afternoon, from 6 to 7,'. — Great thirst and frequent urin- 
ating, day and night (fourth and fifth days),'. — JEfUctatiovs utidHic- 
COHffh. It seems as though she would eructate, soon after taking,'. — Eruc- 
tations of a bitter-sour fluid after dinner, when stooping and rising up again 
(fifth day),'. — Frequent eructations, tasting of the drug, and during them, 
sharp stitches in the left breast (eleventh day),'. — Frequent empty eructa- 
tions, also tasting of the drug,'. — Frequent eructations tasting of the food, 
every time after eating,'. — Frequent eructations of a very bitter taste, like 
wormwood, in the evening, and also once in the night (first day),'. — Hic- 
cough,'. — Nausea,, [110,] Nausea in the stomach, and sensation of sudden 
rising up of water (twentieth day),'. — Food relished well, but nausea followed 
and lasted an hour (third day),'. — Transient nausea, with profuse spitting 
of water (eighteenth day),'. — Continual nausea in the stomach, relieved 
after eructations,'. — Nausea and qualmishness in the stomach, though not 
to vomiting,'. — Nausea and qualmishness in the stomach, after supper, last- 
ing an hour,'. — Nausea and qualmishness on returning into the room, after 
urinating, lasting one minute (first day),'. — Inclination to vomit, at 5 p.m., 
followed by vomiting of whitish mucus with a bitter bilious taste, smelling 
like rhubarb, then aversion to all food for two hours, chilliness (twelfth 
day),'. — Stomach. Sensation in the stomach as though it would go to 
sleep,\ — Uncomfortable sensation in the stomach, as if empty, in the morn- 
ing, after waking, relieved after taking soup, during menstruation,''. — 
[120.] Pain in the stomach, nausea, as if she would vomit, towards evening, 
relieved by eating soup,'. — Cold sensation in the stomach, soon after taking 
it,'.— Such great fulness in the stomach and chest that breathing was ren- 
dered difiScult, from 6 till 9 p.m. ; this became worse after lying down, es- 


pecially if she lay upon the right side, and still worse if she lay upon the 
back ; it was relieved by lying upon the left side ; accompanied by sensa- 
tion of constriction in the throat (fifteenth day),^ — Tension and heaviness 
in the stomach,'. — Griping in the stomach,'. — Cutting pain about the stom- 
ach and both hypochondria, in the morning in bed, which disappears after 
continued motion (third day),l — Twinging or biting here and there in the 
stomach, at 5 and 8 p.m. (seventh day),''. — Twinging in the stomach, with 
contractive pain beneath the sternum,'. — Pain, as from an ulcer, and a 
sensation of contraction in the pit of the stomach, while sitting and walking 
(sixth day),^ 

Abdomen, — Pressure in the hepatic region, from within outward,'. — 
[130.] Sharp stitches in the right hypochondriac region, without affecting 
the breathing, in the morning, while sitting (fourth day),''. — JJtnbilical 
and Fldltk. Cuttings in the navel (third day),l — Twinging and mov- 
ings about, first about the navel, then in the groin, then in the small of the 
back, at noon, especially while eating; it was very painful, so that she 
cried ; frequently somewhat relieved, but not entirely disappearing (second 
day), I — Pressure in the left flank, when walking,'. — General Abdo- 
men. Distension of the abdomen, with inclination to stool, followed by 
passage of flatus, with tearing headache (second day),^ — Great distension 
of the abdomen, without passage of flatus, in the afternoon (fifth day),^ — 
Painful distension of the abdomen, relieved by applications of warm cloths 
(seventeenth day), I — At first, movings about in the abdomen, without pain, 
then crawling in the stomach, as from a worm, in the forenoon (second 
day),'. — Almost constant rollings about in the abdomen, with frequent 
passage of flatus, day and night (first day),^ — Violent rolling about the 
whole abdomen, as if she would have an evacuation, at night, followed by 
evacuation of semifluid f'seces of an intolerable odor, with much offensive 
flatulence (first day),l — [140.] Frequent passage of flatus with constant 
accumulation of it, in the afternoon (sixth day),l — Flatulence also is passed 
after the stool,^ — Pain in the abdomen relieved by warmth, pressing upon 
and bending the body,^ — Pain in the left side of the abdomen,'. — Violent 
pain in the bowels, arresting breathing, with yawning; it was immediately 
relieved by a dose of Camphor,'. — The abdomen feels full and distended,'. 
— ^lu the evening, after eating soup, the abdomen feels full, as if it would 
burst, disappearing in an hour (fifth day),'. — Cutting pain in the whole 
abdomen, with audible and painful rumblings, followed by two evacua- 
tions, and after them severe burning in the anus (fourth day),'.- — Piercing 
pain in the abdomen, with rolling about, frequently intermitting, with 
chilliness, from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. (third day),'.— Sticking pain in the abdomen, 
above the hips, extending up both sides into the spine ; on several places 
above the hip, pain as if stuck with needles, on deep inspiration,'. — [150.] 
Stitches, as with knives, towards each other in the abdomen, relieved by 
pressure and warmth, in the afternoon and at 10 p.m. (sixteenth day),'. — 
Twingings, now here, now there, in the abdomen, as if flatus would pass, 
which, however, does not, from 6 to 7 p.m. (sixth day),'. — Twinging in the 
wliole abdomen, with accumulation of water in the mouth, after 5 a.m. 
(fourteenth day),'.— Twingings in the abdomen, with desire for stool, but 
only flatulence passes, in the evening (ninth day),'. — When walking, 
twingings and movings about in the abdomen, followed by two evacuations', 
and afterwards frightful burning in the anus (third day),'.— Sore pain in- 
ternally in the whole abdomen, relieved by pressure, during menstruation 
(nineteenth daj);\S(/poi/astfium and Iliac Meg ion. Pres- 


sure in the lower abdomen, as if to stool, but none followed (eighth day),l 
— Dragging in both groins, with aching in the abdomen and inclination to 
stool, which afterwards results, in the afternoon, during menstruation (four- 
teenth day),''. — Stitch in the left groin, which makes her start, in the even- 
ing (fifth day),l 

Mectutn and Anus. — Painful sticking in the anus, before the stool, 
the pain extending forward to the pudenda, with sensation as if it was 
caused by flatulence,^ — [160.] She must hurry to stool; she had scarcely 
time to get ready, in the morning (second day),^ — She was driven to stool 
with the greatest haste, and afterwards it seemed like a violent sticking 
from the anus forward to the pudenda, which was very painful (after half 
an hour),^ 

Stool. — Diarrhcea. Diarrhcsa, in the evening, with chilliness and 
yawning (twelfth day),'^ — Two evacuations in the forenoon, the last time 
consisting of pieces of clotted blood, though without pain in the abdomen 
(fifth day),^ — Two stools in succession, in the evening, with dragging in 
the groin, preceded by griping in the abdomen (second day),'. — One evac- 
uation, with bloody mucus, though without pain (fifth day),^ — Passage of 
whitish water every time, with burning in the anus, without tenesmus, five 
times in succession ; with the last passage, sensation as if the tendons in the 
bend of the knee were drawn, which disappeared after rising from sitting 
(seventeenth day),^ — Stool consisting of greenish mucus, which seemed to 
burn one,^. — Passage of burning mucus, preceded by twinges in the abdo- 
men (thirteenth day),l — Solid stool, with burning and urging (eighth 
day),^ — [170.] Solid stool, followed by burning in the anus,^ — Stool, first 
part solid, the rest soft (sixth day),^ — Constipation. Stool seldom and 
hard (eighth day),^ 

JJi'inary Ovgans. — Burning during and after urinating, in the 
evening (eighth day),l — She urinates frequently, a little at a time (ninth 
day),^ — Urine diminished (sixth day),^ — Urine diminished ; she passes it 
more seldom than usual (fourth day),^ — Urine diminished, with some burn- 
ing (fourteenth day),''. 

Sexual Or (fans. — Profuse watery leucorrhoea (fourth day),l — Thick 
leueorrhcea (sixth and seventh days),^ — [180.] Burning leucorrhoea (fifth 
and sixth days),^ — Menstruation one day too soon, in a maid whose men- 
struation was not easily disordered,^ — Menstruation one day too soon, with 
pain in the abdomen aud small of the back (twelfth day),l — Menstruation 
six days too. early,''. — Menstruation, which had ceased the previous day, 
returned after two doses, and continued for one day,^ 

Respiratory Ot*yans. — Hoarse, so that she was obliged to hawk 
frequently, without being able to loosen anything (seventh day),^ — Hoarse- 
ness, without cough, in the morning, passing away during the day (eighth 
and ninth days),l — Cough at night, with burning in the throat during 
cough (fifteenth day),^ — Frequent slow, deep inspiration, with short expi- 
ration,'. — Shortness of the breath when walking, especially up a hill,^— 
[190.] Shortness of the breath, and, on breathing deeply, stitches in the 
middle of the chest, when walking and sitting, from 12 at night till 9 a.m. 
(third day),^ — Difficult breathing, in short gasps, with frequent slow, deep 

Chest. — Heat in the chest, as if fire was burning in it,'. — Spasmodic 
pain across the chest,'. — Pressure, as from a great weight, on the middle of 
the chest, internally, in the forenoon, while sitting, lasting one minute 
(third day),'''. — Sudden twinging in both breasts, with chilliness, so that it 


took away her breath, lasting five minutes, frequently intermitting, at 8 
P.M. (sixth day), I — FfOnt. Sensation of internal heat under the sternum/. 
— Pressure on both sides Of the sternum, especially during expiration,'. — 
Sensation beneath the breast-bone as if something heavy were lying under 
it; on deep breathing, it feels as heavy as a hundredweight on the chest, 
though only transiently (fourth day),^ — Pain on touch under the ster- 
num,'. — Sides. [200.] Pain, like stitches beneafh the right breast, without 
affecting the respiration, I — Several sharp stitches in the lower part of the 
left breast, so that it takes away her breath, I — Some sharp stitches beneath 
the left breast, in the forepart, near the pit of the stomach, after a few par- 
oxysms of coughing (first day),^. 

Neck and Back. — Neck. Sensation of stiffness in the neck and 
throat, on moving the head, in the afternoon and evening (seventh day),^ 
— Drawings in the tendons of the neck, during rest and motion, at 7 p.m. 
(seventeenth day),^ — Severe drawings in the tendons of the neck, on mov- 
ing the head, in the forenoon (eleventh A&j),^.^Dor,sal. Twitchings in 
the right shoulder-blade, as if one touched it with the finger (thirteenth 
day),^ — Severe sharp stitches in the left shoulder-blade, towards its exter- 
nal border (first day),^ — Very sudden painful stitches in the left shoulder- 
blade, extending towards the shoulder (first day),l — Sharp stitches be- 
tween the shoulders, through the chest, into the pit of the stomach, worse 
on inspiration (for half an hour), and returning after one hour.l — [210.] 
Sticking-burning in the right side of the spine, behind the lowest ribs, and 
immediately afterwards the same sensations farther forward, in the after- 
noon, while sitting (third day), I — Sacral. Sensation of painful tension 
in the sacrum, on stretching (twentieth day),^ — Pain in the sacrum and 
back, as if sore, during rest and motion, in the afternoon (fourteenth 
day),^ — Pain in the sacrum, as if beaten, day and night, during menstrua- 
tion,^ — A sore pain, as if from a fresh wound, in the loins, above the left 

JEjctremities in General. — Twitchings, now here, now there, in 
the hands, arms, feet, and soles (thirteenth day),^ — Twitchings in the arms 
and legs, after sleeping, in the evening, on account of which she was fre- 
quently awakened (fifteenth day),^ — As soon as she got into bed, violent 
pain in the right shoulder, extending to the elbow, and in the right knee, 
disappearing for some time upon pressure and rubbing, for several nights 
(eleventh day),l — Frequent tearings in both shoulders and in the thighs, 
above the knees (seventh day),^ 

Superior Bxtremities.— Shoulder. Pain in the right shoulder, 
as from a heavy weight,'. — [220.] Tearing in the Iftwer portion of the an- 
terior surface of the right shoulder, extending into the shoulder-joint, not 
aggravated by motion, with bruised pain after pressure (third day),l — 
Severe tearings in the right shoulder-joint, extending thence down the bone 
into the elbow-joint, before midnight, lasting till midnight, in bed (sixth 
day),^ — Ann. Painful twitching on the inner surface of the left upper 
arm, afterwards also in the right upper arm, at 9 p.m. (fourteenth day),^ 
— Tearing extending from the middle of the right upper arm to the middle 
of the fbrearm,^ — Tearings in the upper arms, on lying upon them, disap- 
pearing on lying on the sound side (fourteenth night),'' . — Severe tearing in 
the upper arm prevented sleep (eleventh night),l — JElbow. Tearing pain 
in the right elbow, during rest (fourth day),'.— Twitching-tearing in the 
condyles of the elbows,l — Forearm. A twitching or jerking in the right 
forearm, followed by sticking in the left lowest ribs, when sneezing (four- 


teenth day),''. — Sharp stitch in the right forearm, on the inner surface, 
just above the wrist,'. — [230.] Tearing in the left forearm, about the 
inner surface of the wrist-joint (seventh day),''. — Hand. Some stitches, 
as with needles, in the hollow of the right hand, near the ball of the 
thumb (first day),l — Tearing in the outer border of the right hand (elev- 
enth day),l — Finders. Sharp stitches in the right thumb, between the 
second and last joints (third day),''. — Some fine stitches in the ball of the 
right thumb, then in the tips of the right index and middle fingers, at 9 
P.M. (third day),l — Painful tearing in the first joint of the thumb (first 

Inferior JExtreniitiefi.—Weeir'mess of the lower limbs, during the 
whole proving,". — Hip. Intermitting fine stitches in the left hip, in the 
afternoon (first day),'. — Tllifflt, Weary pain in the middle of the thigh, 
and afterwards in the whole limb, during menstruation (nineteenth day),". 
— Knee. Tearing on the inner surface of both knees, during rest, some- 
what relieved by walking, but disappearing on rubbing, frequently in the 
afternoon (third day),". — [240.] Severe tearing in both knees, in the after- 
noon, which frequently intermitted, lasting till 12 at night, and only re- 
lieved for a short time by rubbing (sixth day),". — Leg. Tearing on the 
outer surface of the right lower leg, in the forenoon (seventh day),". — Se- 
vere tearings on the iuner surface of the right leg, disappearing on rubbing, 
but not on motion, at evening (first day),". — Drawings in the calves, and 
a sensation of fatigue on motion, more in the afternoon,". — Drawing and 
crawling in both calves, when sitting, disappearing on rubbing,". — Tearing 
in both calves, relieved by rubbing at 5 p.m. (fourteenth day),". — Foot, 
Weariness in the feet, pain in the small of the back, pressure in the vertex 
and forehead, during menstruation,". — Painful tearing in the right instep, 
when sitting (fifth day),". — Sore pain in the bottom of the heel, relieved by 
pressure, so severe that it woke her from sleep, at 4 a.m., and lasted half 
an hour (thirteenth day),". — Toes. Stitches, as with needles, and crawling 
in the right great toe, at 5 p.m. (fourteenth day),". 

General Symptoms, — [250.] Prostration after dinner, and an 
annoying sensation in the stomach, as if it were full, as though she had 
eaten too much,". — Internal restlessness, anxious tossing about in bed, and 
frequent waking,". 

Skin. — Itching on the left concha, not relieved by scratching (fifth 

Sleep and Dreams, — Sleepiness, Frequent yawning, during 
shivering (third day),". — Sleepy, the eyes will close, relieved in the open 
air, at 2 P.M.,". — Slef'plessness, Night very restless, without any known 
cause (fifteenth and sixteenth days),". — Very uneasy during the first sleep, 
from 7 to 9 p.m., she woke frequently, and only had sound sleep towards 
morning, but after waking she was very fretful and peevish (twelfth 
day),". — Uneasy sleep, entirely sleepless, especially towards morning 
(eighth day),". — Could not sleep long in the evening, sleep very restless 
(sixth day),". — Startings and jumpings in sleep, after midnight, from which 
she woke anxious, but soon fell asleep again (sixteenth and seventeenth 
nights),". — [260.] Sleep frequently interrupted by toothache,". — Unintelli- 
gible talking during sleep (fourth day),". — She cried out at night, in an 
angry tone, that she must be waked, during menstruation,". — Itreams, 
Dream that the left arm was covered with burning blisters, the pain of 
which woke her; the arm continued to burn even the whole following fore- 
noon (eleventh day),". — Dreams of quarrels between near relations, during 


menstruation (fourteenth day)/. — Dream of robbers and murderers, who 
attacked her and her mother ; she cried out and awoke (fourth day)/.^ 
Dream that her parents were dead, on account of which she was very much 
alarmed (thirteenth night),^ — Dream that she would kill her father; she 
tried to cry out, but could not, on account of which she was very oppressed ; 
a kind of nightmare,^ 

Fever. — Chilliness. Shivering at 5 a.m. in bed, relieved by warm 
covering,^ — Sudden shaking, with attacks of icy coldness in the back, in 
the afternoon (third day),^ — [270.] Chilliness and ill-humor, the whole 
afternoon and evening (fourth day),l — Chilliness at night ; it was with 
difficulty that she could get warm,l — Constant chilliness during menstrua- 
tion, though she was easily warmed again by the stove,^ — Chill at 5 p.m., 
so violent that she was obliged to lie down, when it disappeared after half 
an hour (twelfth day),l — Chill at 5 p.m., with shivering and inclination, to 
lie down, when it disappeared, after a quarter of an hour (tenth day),^ — 
Chill from 7 to 8 p.m., especially in the back, without thirst, not relieved 
by warmth of the stove, disappearing after lying down (sixth day),". — Chill 
at 9 p.m., which was not relieved by the warmth of the stove ; she was 
obliged to lie down, but the chrll lasted the whole night till morning (elev- 
enth day),^ — Chill at 9.30 p.m., with shivering of the body, especially in 
the back, where the chill commences, not relieved by the warmth of the 
stove (twelfth day),l — Chill during and preceding the pains (second day),^ 
— After the chill, neither heat nor thirst,^ — [280.] Violent shaking chill, 
relieved by the warmth of the stove, and when it returned relieved en- 
tirely after lying down, without thirst, from 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. (first day),^ 
— Chill and shivering, relieved by the warmth of the stove (sixth day),". — 
Shivering over the whole back, then in the vertex and forehead, like a 
drawing together, disappearing on touch, at 3 p.m. (third day),". — Shiver- 
ing stops for five minutes and then returns ; it extends only to the elbows 
and feet ; chill after the shivering (third day),". — Chilliness in the back, as 
if one had wiped her with a cold wet cloth, in the afternoon, disappearing 
after lying down (first day),". — Heut. Sensation of heat during the whole 
proving, without thirst,". — Heat after lying down in the evening, and last- 
ing the whole night,". — Heat in the hands, with distended veins,'. — Sweat. 
Sweat from 2 to 4 a.m., without marked exhaustion afterwards (tenth day),". 
— Profuse sweat from midnight till 2 a.m., then only moderate warmth till 

Conditions.— AggrtLVntion.— (Morning), After rising, heaviness in 
the head ; 10 o'clock, stitches behind frontal eminence ; odor from mouth ; 
after waking, dryness in mouth; after waking, bitterness in mouth; during 
menstruation after waking, sensation in stomach ; in bed, pain about stom- 
ach, etc. ; while sitting, stitches in hypochondriac region; must hurry to 
stool ; hoarseness ; at 5 o'clock, in bed, shivering. — (Forenoon), At 10 
o'clock, stitches behind frontal eminence; stitches on right side of head; 
tearing on tip of ear; sounds in ear; pain in throat; rawness in throat; 
moving about in abdomen, etc.; two evacuations ; pressure on chest ; draw- 
ings in tendons of neck ; tearing on right leg. — (Noon), Especially while 
eating, twitching, etc., about navel, etc.— (Afternoon), Sad, etc.; melan- 
choly, etc.; despondent, etc.; stitches in parietal bone; twitching in occi- 
put ; while standing, pains on side of occiput ; eyes burn, etc. ; biting in 
inner canthus ; tearing in right concha, etc. ; at 6 o'clock, twitching in 
lower lip, etc. ; tearing in lower jaw, etc. ; on eating, toothache ; at 5 
o'clock, toothache in right side ; something acid from tooth ; pains in back 


teeth; at 5 o'clock, drawing, etc., in tongue; during menstruation, thirst; 
from 6 to 7 o'clock, great thirst ; distension of abdomen ; passage of flatus, 
etc.; from 11 to 4 o'clock, pain in abdomen ; stitches in abdomen ; from 6 
to 7 o'clock, twinging in abdomen ; during menstruation, dragging in groins, 
etc. ; stiffness, in neck, etc. ; while sitting, burning in spine ; pain in sacrum, 
etc.; tearing in knees; drawing in calves, etc.; shaking; chilliness, etc.; 
at 5 o'clock, chill, etc.; chill in back. — {Toward evening), Fain in stomach. 
— (Evening), Pressure in forehead ; beating, etc., in forehead ; during men- 
struation, headache, etc. ; at 6 o'clock, tearing, etc., in forehead ; beating, 
etc., in forehead; tearing in temples, etc. ; while walking, tearing in the 
side of the head ; by the light, burning of the eyes ; when looking sharply 
at work, inclination to strain vision ; at 8 o'clock, tearing in teeth ; pain 
in back tooth ; 6 to 8.30 o'clock, burning in throat ; no appetite for warm 
food ; eructations ; after eating soup, abdomen feels full ; twinging in ab- 
domen ; stitch in left groin; diarrhoea; two stools, etc.; during and after 
urinating, burning in urethra; stifihess in neck, etc.; tearing in right leg; 
chilliness, etc. ; from 7 to 8 o'clock, chill ; after lying down, heat. — {Night), 
Anxious ; at 10 o'clock, stitches in abdomen ; cough ; on getting into bed, 
pain in shoulder ; chilliness ; chill. — {Before midnight), In bed, tearings in 
shoulder-joint. — {After midnight). Waking, from fright ; startings, etc., in 
sleep. — {Toward morning). Uneasy sleep. — {Air), Pain in teeth. — {In open 
air), Pain in teeth. — {Ascending a hill). Shortness of breath. — {Cold), Tear- 
ing in eyetooth. — {After dinner),¥3,m in head, etc. ; heaviness, etc., in vertex; 
burning on the tongue; thirst; when stooping and rising up again, eructa- 
tions ; prostration, etc. — {After eating), Eructations. — {Expiration), Pres- 
sure on both sides of sternum. — {Inspiration), Stitches between shoulders. 
— {Deep inspiration), Pain in abdomen. — {Lying down), Especially on right 
side, and still worse if she lies on back, fulness in stomach, etc. — {During 
mews^rwaiioM), Fretful, etc.; twitching in temple ; biting in eye ; looks pale, 
etc. ; as soon as she begins to eat, toothache ; rawness in throat ; pain in 
abdomen ; pain in sacrum ; pain in thigh, etc. ; weariness in feet, etc. ; cried 
out at night, etc; dreams; chilliness.^ — {Pressure), Headache on vertex. — 
{During rest). Tearing on knees. — ( When sneezing), Twitching in right 
forearm. — {After supper), Nausea, etc.— {Sitting), Tearing in forehead, etc. ; 
throbbing in occiput ; drawing, etc., in both calves ; tearing in right instep. 
— {Standing), After dinner, throbbing in right temple. — {On stretching). 
Sensation in sacrum. — {Touch), Pain in back teeth. — {After urinating). 
Nausea, etc. — {After a vexation). Pain in head, etc. — {After waking). Fret- 
ful, etc. — ( When walking). Pressure in left flank. 

A.meliOTation. — {Toward evening). Lively. — {Open air). Tearing 
from temples ; sleepiness. — {In bed), Tearing, etc., in forehead disappears. 
— {Bending body), Pain in abdomen. — {Boring in ear), Roaring, etc., in 
ear. — {Eructation), Nausea. — {After lying down). Chilliness in back disap- 
pears. — {Lying on left side), Fulness in stomach, etc. — {Pressure), Tearing 
from temples ; pain in abdomen ; stitches in abdomen ; pain in heel. — 
{Rubbing), Tearings in right leg; tearing in calves. — {Taking soup). Sen- 
sation in stomach ; pain in stomach, etc. — {On totte/ij. Shivering disap- 
pears. — { Warmth), VaXn'va. abdomen; stitches in abdomen. — {Application 
of warm cloths). Distension of abdomen. — ( Warm water). Toothache. 

VOL. III.— 3 



Caulophyllum thalictroides. Michaux. A'ai. order, Berberidacese. Com- 
mon name, Blue Cohosh. 

Preparation, Trituration and tincture of the root. 

Authority. Dr. Burt (Hale's New Kemedies, 2d ed., p. 171), proving 
with, first day, 10 grains of the "pure resiuoid;" second day, 15 grams 
and 30 grains ; third day, 50 grains and 75 grains. 

JETeaf?.— Dulness of the head (third day).— Frequent spells of vertigo 
(third day).— Dull headache (second day).— Slight frontal headache (sec- 
ond and third days). — Severe frontal headache (after five hours).— Dull 
frontal headache (second day).— Dull frontal headache, with a contracted 
feeling of the skin of the forehead (after two hours).— Very hard dull 
frontal headache (after two hours).— Very hard pains in the forehead, with 
a sensation as of needles being stuck into the forehead (after one-and-forty 
hours). — [10.] By spells there is a very severe pain in the temples that pro- 
duces a feeling as if both temples would be crushed together (second day). 

^ye. — Severe drawing pains over the left eye (second day). — Eyes ach- 
ing, with a feeling of something under the lids (third day). — Profuse se- 
cretion of tears (third day). — Profuse flow of tears (second day). 

Nose. — Drawing' pains in the nose (second day). 

Ifouth.— Teeth all feeling sore and elongated (third day). — Tongue 
coated white (fourth day). 

Throat. — Distress in the fauces, that causes frequent inclination to 
swallow (after two hours). 

Stomach. — Canine hunger (fourth day). — Wants to drink a great deal 
of water (fourth day). — [20.] Empty eructations (third day). — Frequent 
gulping up of very sour, bitter fluid (third day). — Distress in the stomach 
and bowels, with drawing pains in the right hypochondrium (second day). 
— Slight distress in the stomach (third day). — Good deal of distress in the 
•stomach and small intestines (second day). — Good deal of pain and dis- 
tress in the stomach and umbilicus (second day). — Slight burning distress 
in the stomach (third day). — Frequent slight colicky pain in the stomach 
and umbilicus (second day). 

AJfdomen. — ^Drawing pains in the right side over the liver (second 
day). — Frequent slight pain in the umbilicus (fourth day). — [30.] Slight 
dull pain in the umbilicus when moving, relieved by emissions of flatus 
(third day). — Frequent colicky pains in the umbilicus, relieved by emis- 
sions of flatus (second day). — Severe colicky pains every few minutes in 
the umbilicus (after five hours). — Slept well until 1 a.m., then awoke with 
a, great rumbling in the bowels, and a very urgent desire for stool (third 

Stool. — Natural but hard stool (third day). — Natural but dark stool 
(second day). — Soft stool, very white (fifth day, 7 a.m.). — Another rather 
soft stool, followed by slight pain in the umbilicus (third day). — -Stool 
mostly of water, that ran a perfect stream from my bowels ; passed a great 
quantity. There was no pain (third night, 1 a.m.). 

Sexual Organs. — Every few minutes, sharp, stinging pain in the 
glans penis (after two hours). 

Week and Back. — [40.] Very severe drawing pain in the sterno- 
cleido-mastoid muscle, that draws the head to the left side (after five hours). 
— Slight backache (fourth day). — Dull backache (after five hours). — Slight 


dull backache (second day). — Dull pains in the lumbar region (second day). 
— Dull backache in the lumbar region (after two hours). 

JExtremities in General. — * Constant flying pains in the arms and 
legs, first in one part and then in another , remaining on hj two or three minutes 
at a time in a place (after two hours). — * Restless night; fingers, ankles, feet, 
and toes pained so much (fourth night). — Drawing pains in the fingers, legs, 
and feet (second day).— Drawing pains in the elbows, wrists, fingers, knees, 
ankles, feet, and toes (fourth day).' — [50.] *Drawing pains in the fingers, 
ankles, feet, and toes, but more especially in the toes (third day). — Slight 
drawing pains in the wrists and fingers, ankles, feet, and toes (third day). — 
Severe drawing pains in the joints of the arms and legs (after five hours). — 
Severe drawing pains in hips, knees, ankles and feet, wrists and fingers 
(second day).^Constant and severe drawing pains in the wrists a.nd fingers, 
ankles, /eei, and toes (second day). 

Superior^ Extremities. — Elbows and wrists ache (after two hours). 
■ — * Severe pain in the ivrists and joints of fingers (second day). — * Fingers 
are quite stiff (fourth day). — * Fingers are very stiff (fourth night). — Draw- 
ing pains in the fingers (second day). — [60.] Much pain in the joints of 
the fingers; they look red and are very stiff; closing the hand is very pain- 
ful (third day).- — Shutting the hand produced severe cutting pains in the 
second joints of all the fingers ; they were very stiff (second day). 

Inferior Extremities. — All the joints crack frequently when 
walkiug or turning (fourth day). — Drawing pains in the thighs, knees, legs, 
and ankles (after two hours). — Severe drawing pains in the inside of the 
left thigh (after two hours). — Feeling quite well, excepting the knees are 
quite weak when walking (third day). — Very sharp pains in the left knee- 
joint, inside (after two hours). — Knees feeling very weak when walking 
(third day). — Drawing pains in the knees and toes, very sharp by spells 
(third day). — ^Drawing pains in. the knees, ankles, feet and toes (third day). 
— [70.] Severe drawing pains in the legs and feet, but more especially in 
the feet (second day). — The left ankle pains very severely (second day).— 
The ankle and toes of the left foot are very painful (after five hours). — 
Severe drawing pains in the ankles and feet (second day).- — The pains are 
very severe in the feet (second day). — Walking produces severe pain in the 
metatarsal bones (third day). — * Drawing pains in the toes (fourth day). 

General Symptoms. — Feeling weak and nervous (third day). 

Sleep and. Dreams. — Had a restless night (second night). — Slept 
well until 3 a.m., after which he was restless (first night). 

Fever. — [80.] Skin was hot and dry (second day). 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {After 3 a.m.). Restless. — {Evening'), 
The symptoms. — {Open air), The symptoms. — {Coffee), Seems to aggravate. 
— ( Walking), Pains in metatarsal bones. 

Amelioration. — {Emission of flatus). Pains in umbilicus. — {In room), 
Troubles which arise in the open air disappear, except pressure in forehead. 


" Tinctura acris sine Kali." 

Preparation, Distil a mixture of slaked lime and a solution of Potassium 
sulphate according to directions given in the Homoeopathic Dispensa- 
tory. The distillate contains Potassium hydrate, but no lime nor Sulphu- 
ric acid. Some effects of Caustic potash (Kali causticum. Potassium hy- 
drate) are here included. 


Authorities. 1, Hahnemann, Ch. Kr., 3, 85 ; 2, Becher, ibid.; 3, Franz, 
ibid.; 4, Hartmann, ibid.; 5, Herrmann, ibid.; 6, Hornburg, ibid.; 7, 
Langhammer, ibid.; 8, N-g, ibid, (and compared with Hartlaub and 
Trinks, E. Ami., 2 and 3); 9, Rummel, ibid.; 10, Stapf, ibid.; 11, Knorre, 
A. H. Z., 6, 37, fragment, proving; 12, JBerridge, fragment, proving, N. Am. 
J. of Hom., N. S., 3, 499, effects of one dose of the 6000th (Jenichen) ob- 
served on a patient ; 13, Dr. Pallas, Rec. de Mem. de Med., 1825 (Frank's 
Mag., 3, 807), a girl, aged 9, drank three swallows of a solution of a pound 
of potash in a quart of water ; 14, Prof Parkes, B. and F. Med. Chir. Rev., 
1853 (Am. J. of Med. Sci., 1853, p. 453), effects of liquor potassse, "espe- 
cially on the urine." 

J\£ind. — JEinoHonal. When she closes the eyes she sees only terri- 
ble visions and distorted human faces,\ — Lively, joyous mood, first twelve 
hours, rapid flow of ideas ;t but after twenty-one hours (in the morning 
after waking and through the whole forenoon), anxious trembling, sleepy 
confusion of the head, heavy pressure in the occiput and forehead, with 
heaviness of the limbs, constant pain in the joints and muscles of the fin- 
gers, arms, shoulders, knees, and feet,'°. — Lively disposition the whole daj', 
contented with himself and very talkative ; he constantly wished to talk 
with some one (curative action),'. — Good-humored and talkative, in the 
forenoou,^ — The child whines about every trifle,'. — ^Although disputes (e. g., 
political) were brought to him, still he remained quite calm, though, indeed, 
he felt sensitive, yet he avoided speaking of it, and subdued his emotions 
(curative action), (the first hours),'". — ^Melancholy mood,^. — ^Melancholy 
before menstruation, as if everything was of a dark color^. — Sad, weeping 
mood, full of care, as if beside oneself,'. — [10.] Sad and somewhat anxious 
mood,'. — Excessively sympathetic ; she is beside herself, with weeping and 
sobbing, and cannot be contented when listening to accounts of the hard- 
ships of others,'. — Anxiety the whole day, as if he had done something 
bad, or apprehended it, or as if he had been unfortunate,'. — Anxiety in 
the morning on waking,'. — Anxiety in the evening before going to sleep ; the 
boy could 7iot fall asleep because he constantly thought of anxious things; one 
could with difficulty induce him to go to bed in the evening,^. — Anxiety and 
uneasiness at night did not permit her to sleep (twentieth day),'. — Anxiety 
after the stool,'. — Anxiety after the stool, heat in the face, and inclination to 
sweat,'. — Anxiety with the physical troubles,'. — Great anxiety throughout 
the day (thirteenth day),'. — [20.] The greatest anxiety for twelve hours,'. — 
Anxious mood, as if stupefied (soon after taking),". — * Anxious uneasy mood, 
as if something unpleasant impended ; this unfits him for every worlc,^. — Anx- 
ious solicitude about every occurrence,'. — Anxious apprehension lest some- 
thing evil should happen, with urging to stool,'. — Constantly anxious and 
sweaty (second day),^ — He was busy with thoughts of death, with uneasi- 
ness and great solicitude,'.— Loss of courage,'.— Fear and anxiety, so that 
she does not wish to live,'. — Fearfulness at night,'. — [30.] Extremely anx- 
ious fearfulness ; was so anxious about a dog near by, which did not hurt 
her, that her whole body trembled ; every noise in the street made her ap- 
prehensive ; and if she saw boys climbing she was in the greatest uneasi- 
ness lest they should be harmed,'. — * Cheat apprehension whenever anything 
happens ; despondent, depressed, most excessive exhaustion and prostration,^. — 
Full of frightful ideas, in the evening,^. — Sensitive and inclined to be angry, 

f This seemed to be the curative action in one whose previous condition of dis- 
position and mind had been the opposite. H. 


with great nervous irritability, together with slight chilliness, and on mo- 
tion easily heated,^ — Very sensitive, hot-headed, and vehement,'. — Irrita- 
ble about trifles,^ — Extreme irritability of mind ; the slightest vexation 
affects her whole body, so that her knees sink under her,\ — Unbounded in- 
clination to be out of humor,\ — Out of humor and irritable (after four 
days),\ — During menstruation ill humor and great weariness,^ — [40.] Dis- 
contented with herself, with gloomy lodks,^ — Peevish, irriiable mood,". — 
Peevish, weeping mood,\ — Peevish, irritable, takes no pleasure in music,\ — 
*Very peevish (after forty-eight hours),\ — *Fretfia,^. — Fretful and de- 
spondent, -withoxit being vexed (first day),'. — Fretful the whole day; every- 
thing which surrounded him made a disagreeable impression upon him,'. — 
Fretful the whole day, out of humor with himself, discontented, solicitous, 
and yet not disinclined to mental labor,'. — Fretful, still, and absorbed in 
himself, though previously he had been very lively, lasting half an hour 
(immediately after taking),^ — [50.] Very fretful and indolent,'. — Contra- 
dictory,'. — Furiously opinionated and quarrelsome,'. — Inclined to scold and 
make a disturbance, without being peevish,". — Inclined to scold and quar- 
rel, with sullen mood,". — Quarrelsome (after a quarter of an hour),'. — He 
becomes easily violent after the midday sleep, with great despondency,'. — 
Persistent silence, difficult to overcome, remained after the poisoning,'".— Long 
morose silence (after six hours),^ — At one time excessively merry, at an- 
other depressed,'. — [60.] Sometimes joyful, and soon afterwards peevish,'. 
— Intellectual. Weakness of thought; slow succession of ideas,". — Ab- 
sence of mind, with loss of ideas,". — A kind of loss of ideas ; if he was 
doing anything it constantly seemed to him that he had something more 
important to do, although he did not know what ; he reflected about it, but 
without thinking of anything,". — Disinclined to work (after ten and twenty 
hours),'. — Disinclined to pay attention,". — Momentary absence of mind ; 
he seemed to be thinking of something, but without having any thoughts 
(after half an hour),". — Inattentive and distracted,^. — Weakness of memory^. 
— He frequently pronounces words wrongly and confuses syllables and let- 
ters {e.g., "eluent foryza"), for several days,*. — [70.] Coma,". 

Heiul. — Confusion. Confusion of the head, the whole day from 
the morning, as if in a close room where clothes were washed and dried ; 
aggravated by stooping, not relieved by walking in the open air, but on re- 
turning into the room,'. — Confusion of the head in the morning, with coryza,'. 
— Confusion and heat of the head (seventh day),'. — A momentary (painful, 
tensive) confusion of the head ; almost like a slight throbbing headache, 
disappearing after eating,'". — Cloudiness of the head,'. — Feeling of stupefac- 
tion and drunkenness of the head (after twenty-four hours),'. — Stupid feel- 
ing in the head the day after an emission,'. — The head feels dull and screwed 
together (after half an hour),^ — The head feels dull and as if intoxicated, 
with redness of the face (after half an hour),'. — Vertigo. [80.] Vertigo, 
as from spirituous drinks,". — * Vertigo, forwards and sideways,^. — Vertigo, in 
the morning on rising from bed,'. — * Vertigo at night in bed, on rising, and 
lying down again,^. — Vertigo in the open air; everything turned about with 
her; persons seemed larger than usual to her; it disappears in the room,^ 
— * During menstruation vertigo and whirling in the head, worse on stooping; 
relieved in the afternoon,^". — * Vertigo on looking fixedly at one point,^. — Ver- 
tigo on looking up (to a high tower), so violent that he fell over,".— Ver- 
tigo, almost like a loss of consciousness, after walking ; while sitting, he 
nearly fell,'. — Vertigo, when standing,'. — [90.] Vertigo, reeling, with heavi- 
ness of the head, while standing and sitting,'. — Vertigo on stooping, which 


disappears on rising up, in the morning (second day),^ — *Vertigo, relieved 
in the open air/". — Vertigo, with weakness of the head,\ — Vertigo, and 
falling down without cause,". — Momentary vertigo while sitting, as if he 
would stagger (after three hours and a half),^°. — Dizziness of the head,^°. 
— Dizziness of the head, with anxiety of the whole body,^ — Dizzy ihe whole 
week, as from compression of the head^. — Dizzy in the morning, with painful 
confusion of the head,^°. — [100.1 Feels drunken and dizzy, with distraction 
of thought,\ — General Head. Involuntary nodding with the head, 
just as if some one pressed it down (while writing),'. — Rush of blood to 
the head, with heat in it,\ — Rush of blood to the head, and a sensation as 
if intoxicated, relieved in the open air (after a quarter of an hour),'. — 
Rushing of blood into the head, in the evening,^ — After walking in the 
open air a little, the blood rushes to the head and face ; it becomes dim 
like a cloud before the eyes,'. — Sensation as if the brain were loose and 
shaken, when walking in the open air,'. — Stitches in the head, with warmth 
in it,^ — Tearing in the head, neither aggravated nor relieved by motion, 
lasting several days, more or less severe,'. — A sticking-teariug in the head, 
which commences in the forehead and extends to the right side through 
the whole head,*. — [110.] Throbbing pain; very painful throbbing in the 
cerebral arteries,'. — Jerkings and severe beatings in the head every minute, 
in all positions, during rest and motion,'. — Headache at night, as if an 
ulcer were in it,'. — A morning headache, which had existed a long time, 
disappears (curative action),'. — Forehead. Stupefying pain in the fore- 
head, when sitting and reading, which was not relieved on walking or 
standing,'. — Headache, as if something were forced in between the frontal 
bone and the cerebrum, or as if the place behind the frontal bone were 
hollow,". — The whole brain was painful on shaking the head,'. — Warmth 
in the head internally, an hour after dinner,'. — Sensation of internal heat 
in the head, without external heat (after half an hour),'. — Sensation in the 
head as if everything would come out in front, on stooping,'". — [120.] 
Headache, with nausea,'. — Compressive headache,'. — A jerking-pinching 
pain through the bead,'. — Painless digging in the whole head,^. — Pressive 
headache from all sides, with pinching in the ear and boring toothache,'. — 
At times a pressure deep in the head, with heaviness of the head,'. — Screw- 
ing in and heaviness of the head, relieved in the open air,'. — Sticking head- 
ache, more especially in the orbits, the whole night, not during the day,'. — 
Stitchlike headache, in the morning on waking, and almost the whole day,'. 
— Burning headache in the forehead, as if the forepart of the brain were 
inflamed, after returning into the room from the open air,'. — [130,] Ten- 
sion and warmth in the forehead and nose, with slight drawing in the eyes 
from time to time,'. — Tensive and drawing headache between the eyes,'. — 
Drawing in the left side of the forehead,'. — Pressive pain in the right frontal 
eminence,^ — Pressive pain from the forehead to the eyes,'. — Painful pres- 
sive cutting in the upper part of the frontal bone immediately on moving 
the arms violently, while stooping,'. — Constrictive pressure in the forehead, 
in the open air, which constantly became more violent the faster he walked, 
and suddenly disappeared when stooping low down,'. — Sliarp pressure in 
the left side of the forehead,'. — A painful drawing pressure in the forepart 
of the forehead,*. — Rather sharp frontal headache (after the laro-e flow of 
urine),'*. — [140.] A tensive stitching from the lower portion of the forehead 
to the upper part of the head (tenth day),'. — Shifting slow stitches in the 
left side of the forehead above the eye,'. — Twitching headache in the right 
side of the forehead and head,". — Tearing pain in the middle of the fore- 


head and in the cervical vertebrse, during the day in a heated room and in 
tobacco-smoking ; and especially at night, when he was unable to sleep on 
account of it/. — Severe throbbing in the forehead for three days, several 
afternoous, with tension in the neck (after twelve days),'. — A painful pres- 
sive throbbing in the forehead, as with a dull point,^ — Dull painful throb- 
bing of the arteries of the head above the orbits,'. — Temples, Burning 
in the right temple and side of the forehead,^ — Tension in the right temple 
and in the eye, as if it were paralyzed,'.- — Violent drawing pain in the 
temple, gradually increasing to its highest, and then suddenly disappearing 
(after twenty-four hours),'. — [150.] Pressive headache on the upper margin 
of the temporal bone,'. — Pressive headache in the right temple,'. — Press- 
ing-out headache in the temples day and night, with nausea amounting to 
vomiting (ninth day),'. — Stitches in the temples,^. — Dull stitches in the left 
temporal bone, which always spreads in a circle, when the pain is relieved 
or disappears (ninth day),'.- — Painful tearing in the right temple,^ — Pain- 
ful tearing in the left temple at 4 p.m.,^ — Throbbing headache in the right 
temple, on motion ; when quiet it is only a pressive pain,'. — Verteoc. Burn- 
ing in the vertex (after ten hours),^ — Frequently repeated cold burning in 
front of the vertex (after fourteen hours),^ — [160,] Frequent drawing in 
the left side of the top of the head,'.— A sudden pressure, as from a sharp 
stone falling upon it, in the vertex, in the region of the coronal suture,^ — 
Pain in the top of the head, as if the brain were torn or shattered, espe- 
cially in the morning on waking (after three hours),'. — A sticking-tearing, 
extending into the left side of the vertex (sixth day),^ — * Throbbing in the 
vertex, mingled with stitches, by paroxysms,^. — Beating and throbbing in the 
whole vertex, as if everything would be forced out, in the morning after 
rising, lasting two hours (second day),*. — *Pain in a small spot on the vertex, 
as if bruised or beaten, only on iotich,^. — Pain on the top of the head, on 
pressure or touch,'. — Pavietals. Tension in the left side of the head,'.— 
Pressfve pain in the right side of the head, extending into the eye,'. — [170.] 
Pressive pain in the right parietal bone and both temples,'. — Stitches in 
the right side of the head, for half an hour,'. — Stitches in the left side of 
the head, several evenings,'. — Tearing in the left side of the head, especially 
in the forehead and temple, which began in the evening and constantly in- 
creased, with swelling of the painful side (after sixteen days),'. — Violent 
tearing in the left side of the head,*. — Occiput. Sensation in the occipi- 
tal bone as if the part were numb, pithy, or dead (after a quarter of an 
hour),'. — Sudden pain in the occipital bone while sitting, as if something 
in the muscles had been displaced,". — Drawing pain in the occiput,'. — Ten- 
sive headache arising from the nape of the neck (after twenty-four hours),'. 
— Drawing pressure in the right side of the occiput and muscles of the 
neck, which was increased on rapid walking, arising in the open air,'. — 
[180.] Several stitches in the occiput, for half an hour,'. — Throbbing pain 
on the right side of the occiput ; on rubbing, it extends further upward 
towards the vertex, where it continues to pain for a long time, as if beaten 
(after one hour),*. — External Mead. Falling out of the hair,'. — Move- 
ment of the scalp towards the forehead (thirteenth day),'. — Painfulness of 
the scalp when rubbed,'. — Tearing-burning in the scalp in front of the 
vertex, in the evening (thirteenth day),*. — * Itching in the scalp,\ — *The 
skin of the head is fense,'.— Sensation of trembling or shaking in the skin 
of the right temple, which lasts till lying down ; a peculiar sensation, but 
not painful,*.-— Creeping sensation on the vertex,'. — [190.]_ Itching on the 
forehead,'. — Stinging-itching on various parts of the head, in the right and 


left parietal bones, on the forehead, the right cheek, behind the left zygoma, 
extending towards the ear and upward to the temporal bone,'. 

JS^e.— Inflammation of the eyes, with burning and pressing pain 
(fourth day),^ — Inflammation of the eyes, with pressure in them during 
the day, and agglutination in the morning,^ — Weakness of the eyes,\ — 
^Dry sensation in the eyes, with pressure in them,". — At first, dryness of the 
eyes in the morning, and stiffness, followed by lachrymation,". — Heat in the 
eyes,\ — ^Burning in the eyes, without redness,^ — *Burning and dryness of 
the eyes, from 4 p.m. till evening,^. — [200.] *B%i,rning and stinging, as with 
needles, in the eyes, with dryness and photophobia, from 6 to 8 p.m.,'. — 
*PressTire in the eyes, as if sand were in tliem,\ — Pressure in the eyes, 
as if they were pressed inwards and tried to come out,\ — Pressure in the 
right eye, as from a swelling of the lids, which are really red, with watery 
eyes,^ — Pressure in the left eye, as if it would be pressed out,'. — A very 
painful pressure in the eyes, in the morning, before he can open them ; if 
he closes them again, the pain is relieved,^ — Internal pressure of the eye, 
as if it would be distended,'. — Pressive pain in the eye, increased by touch,^. — 
Pressive pain over the right eye, as if the upper lid would be pressed 
down (after three-quarters of an hour),*. — *A nibbing, as of sand in the 
eyes,^. — [210.] Tearing and pressure in the eyes,^. — Biting in the eyes, as 
from salt,". — *Biting and pressure in the eyes, which seem heavy, with red- 
ness of the lids^. — Pitching of the eyes, especially in the lids^. — Itching in 
the right eye, which disappears on rubbing, and is followed by lachryma- 
tion,'. — Itching in the left eye, which disappears on rubbing (half an hour 
after dinner),*. — Orbit and JBrow. Twitching in the left eyebrow (sec- 
ond day),'. — Drawing in the arch of the right eyebrow,'. — Pressure in the 
orbits and behind the eyes,'. — Slow pressure above the right orbit,". — [220.] 
Frequent drawing and pressure between the eyes,^.—Jji(ls. Inflamed lids 
from time to time, with accumulation of hard matter between the lashes,'. — 
Visible twitching of the lids, and of the left brow,'. — Sty on left lower lid 
at outer end, for three or four days (first day),'l — Sty on inner end of left 
lower lid, with watering of left eye, for a day or two (eighth day),'l — Ag- 
glutination of the eyes in the morning,'. — *inclination to close the eyes ; 
they close involuntarily,'. — * Sensation as if the eyes would close from weak- 
ness,^. — *Sensation of heaviness in the upper lid, as if he could not raise 
it easily, or as if it were agglutinated to the loiver lid, and could not be easily 
loosened,'^. — Opening the eyes is difficult, with sensation as if the lids were 
swollen, mostly in the morning,'. — [230,] Burning in the left lid,'. — Burn- 
ing pain on the margins of the lids, as from burning with gunpowder,^ — 
Sensation as if the lids were swollen, mostly in the morning,^ — Pressure in 
the upper lid, as if a sty would appear,'. — Pressure in the upper lid, as 
from a swelling, as if a sty would form,'. — Biting in the lids,'. — Smarting 
pain in the left lid (after four days),'. — *Itehing on the lower lid and on its 

inner surface, with burning as soon as he touches the eye or moves it,^. Dry 

matter in the cauthi,'. — *Burning in both inner canthi (after three and four 
days),'.— [240.] An itching sore pain in the right inner canthus, in the 
morning, after waking, as if salt had got into the eye, which obliges him 
to rub it vigorously, which, however, increases the sensation so that lachry- 
mation is produced, without redness of the eye,". — Itching in the inner 
canthus of the right eye, with lachryination (after three-quarters of an 
hour),' — Itching in the inner canthus of the left eye, which disappears on 
rubbing,'. — * Itching, like fleabites, in the left inner canthus, with desire to rub 
i*A— Voluptuous itching of the right canthus, which obliges him to rub it, 


lasting an hour (after eight hours),'. — Lachrymal Apparatus. 

Lachrymation of the eyes, even in the room, but mostly in the open air,^. — Un- 
usual lachrymation of the eyes, in the room, without redness of them,l — 
Watering of the eyes, especially in the open air (second and third days'),*. 
— The previously watery eyes become better (curative action),". — Mall. 
Distending pain in the right eyeball,". — [250.] Itching in the right eye- 
ball, in the morning (second day),\ — JPtipil. Dilated pupils,^ — The 
pupils at first seem contracted, but after ten or twelve hours are dilated,'". — 
Vision, * Photophobia the whole day ; he ivas constantly obliged to ivinh^. — 
Photophobia ; the eyes are painful on motion, more on looking at the 
bright daylight,'. — Small round objects pass before his vision while lying 
down, even with open eyes,'. — Flickering before the eyes,'. — Flickering 
before the eyes, like a .veil before them,'. — * Flickering before the eyes, as 
from swarms of itisects,^. — If he looked a long time at anything, objects 
flickered before his eyes, and everything ran together, which was followed 
by pressive pain in the eyes,'. — [260.] Sparks of fire before the eyes, even 
on a bright day,'. — *If he winks, he sees sparks of fire before the eyes, even on 
a bright day^. — It becomes black before the eyes, for half an hour (fifth 
day),'. — *The eyes become dim, and the vision indistinct; it seems as though 
a thick cloud were before the eyes,''. — Obscuration of the eyes at times, as 
from a veil,'. — Obscuration of the eyes frequently, as if a membrane were 
drawn over them,'. — * Obscuration of the vision for a moment, on blowing the 
nose^. — Obscuration of the eyes in the morning, when blowing the nose, as 
if a membrane were drawn from the inner canthus over half the pupil,'.— 
Obscuration of the eyes frequently, especially if he looks at the light, as if 
he were blinded by a strong light, and could see nothing,^' — •* Obscuration 
of the eyes, as if a veil were drawn before them,Mvh.en standing,^ — [270.] Ob- 
scuration of the eyes ; something seemed to come from the head into the 
left eye, and the light looked as if there were many points of light in a 
black circle,'. — *Dimness of vision,^. — Dim vision, as if a thin membrane 
were drawn over the eyes, or as if a cloud were before them, increased by 
"wiping and rubbing,*. — Dim vision, as from a thick cloud before the. eyes, in 
the morning, after waking ; she could not see for a long time, until she had 
washed (second day),'. — While reading, some of the letters became invisible,'. 
— Farsightedness, the first day ; he was unable to read without glasses,'. 

Ear. — Objective. Swelling of the external ear, with contractive 
pains,'. — Swelling of the meatus, with twinging earache and discharge of 
bloody matter,'. — Suppuration and discharge from within the ear, with of- 
fensive odor,'. — During eructations, air rushes into the ear,". — Subjec- 
tive. [280,] Severe boring pain in the right fossa, below the ear, after- 
wards, on pressing upon it, a bruised pain,'. — At one time boring, at another, 
pulsating-throbbing, behind the left ear (fourth day),'.— Pressive pain in 
the mastoid process,". — Sharp intermitting stitches near the right ear, in 
the mastoid process,'. — Stitches, like boring knife-stitches, externally be- 
hind the left ear, with frequent sudden general sweat, lasting eight minutes, 
several times a day (seventh day),'. — Stitches on the outer margin of the 
ear, with burning pain, especially in the evening, in bed,'. — Tearings be- 
neath the left ear, which soon disappear, at 4 p.m.,'.— Stopped sensation in the 
ears, in the morning,'. — Stopped sensation in the right ear,'. — Sensation of 
contraction in the left ear and in the whole side of the head, in the even- 
ing, after lying down ; he was unable to sleep upon that side ; the flesh felt 
as if it had been separated from the bone, when touched, but on firm pres- 
sure the sensation was relieved,'.— [290.] Boring pain in the right ear, as 


from a borer (after three-quarters of an hour),'.— Sensation in the ears as 
if everything were dragging outward, and as if they would burst, like a 
tearing mingled with itching,^ — -Stitches in the right ear, paroxysmal, and 
in rapid succession,'". — Tearing-stitching in the ear, with a roaring, as from 
a storm of wind,'. — -Tearings in the left ear (twelfth day),'. — Twinging in 
the ears,'.— Sensation of jerking outward in the ear,'. — Crawling, as from 
an insect, with itching-biting, in the left ear (after a quarter of an hour),'. — 
Itching in the ear, beginning in the throat, along the Eustachian tube,'. — 
Itching in the left ear,'. — [300.] A sensation as though a cold wind were 
blowing into the right meatus auditorius,'. — Pain in the right meatus, in 
the evening (after forty-eight hours),'. — On cleaning the ear, the meatus is 
painful, as if sore and ulcerated,'. — A sticking-itching in front of the right 
meatus,^ — -Tearing in the drum, with tensive confusion of the head,'. — 
Hecil'iug. *Suunds echo in the ears, and he hears with difficulty,^. — Ee- 
echoing in the ears, every morning,'. — -^Words and steps re-echo in her 
ears,'. — Ringing in the left ear,'. — Ringing in front of the right ear, in the 
evening,'. — [3l0.] ^Soaring before the ears (fifth day),'. — *Roaring before 
the ears, frequently during the day,'. — Roaring of short duration in the 
right ear (after a quarter of an hour),'. — Roaring in the evening, shortly 
before going to sleep, first in one ear, then in the other, for a minute,'. — 
Rushing sound before the ears, as of a waterfall, with difiicult hearing,'. — 
Clear singing in the ears, as of crickets at a distance, followed by throb- 
bing, then again singing (after eight hours),'". — Thundering tones in the 
right ear,'. — Whistling in the left ear, lasting only a short time (after one 
hour and a quarter),'. 

Nose. — Objective. Swelling of the nose, frequently in the morning, 
which disappears in the evening,'. — The hairs fall out of the nostrils, where 
he usually had very many,'. — [320.] Discharge of offensive mucus from 
the nose, with sneezing,'. — After drinking, the nose waters and discharges 
more moisture than usual,'. — Catarrh, with nightly dryness of the throat and 
stopped nose, when lying (after sixteen days),'. — Catarrh, with cough and 
scraping in the larynx,'. — Coryza, with stoppage of the nose and sneezing 
(second day),'. — Coryza and hoarseness, so that he could not speak aloud 
(after fourteen days),'. — Transient coryza, with sneezing (almost immedi- 
ately),'. — Violent coryza and cough, with pains in the chest, drawings in 
the limbs, frequent waking at night, and chilliness,'.— Profuse fluent coryza, 
with agglutination of the eyes, in the morning (thirteenth day),'. — Severe 
fluent coryza for two weeks, with painful cough at night and headache, for 
seven days,'.— [330.] * Stopped coryza, with great stoppage of the nose; breath- 
ing through the nose and mouth was impeded,^. — Severe stopped and fluent 
coryza, with rawness in the throat and smarting in the chest, caused by 
severe cough (after thirty-two days),'.— He blows blood from the nose, in 
the morning, several mornings in succession (after twenty-four hours),'. — 
Profuse nose-bleed (seventh and ninth days),'.— Profuse bleeding from the 
left nostril (after eight hours),'.— Inefiectual attempts to sneeze,'.— Great 
sneezing (immediately),'.— J'regueni sneezing in the morning, \— Frequent 
sneezing in the morning, after rising (second Aa.y),\— Stoppage of the nose,\ 
—Sensations. [340.] The septum of the nose is painful to touch,'.— 
Burning in the nostrils, as in coryza,'. — Drawing in the wing of the nose, 
extending down from the right external canthus,'. — Cutting-tearino- through 
the wing of the nose,'.— Soreness within the nose,'. — A sore pam in the 
lower portion of the nose, as in severe coryza,'.— Tickling in the left nos- 
tril, relieved by external pressure,'.— Itching in the nose, as if coryza would 


appear/. — Itching in the nostrils/. — Smell. Loss of smell, with com- 
pletely stopped nose/. 

Face.—Objective. [350.] The face has a very sickly look (seventh 
day)/. — Very yellow face (twenty-first day)/. — During menstruation, the 
face was quite yellow/. — Discolored face, yellowish about the temples, pale- 
bluish lips/. — Cheeks. Swelling of the cheeks, with throbbing pain,'. — 
Throbbing and twitching in the muscles of the cheeks, though but slightly 
visible (third day),'. — Burning on the right malar bone (sixth day),^ — 
Cooling-burning on the malar bone,'. — Sensitive burning pain in the upper 
part of the cheeks, in front of the ears, as if an eruption would appear 
there,'. — * Transient violent drawing pain in the right cheek, and then in the 
ear (after two days),'.— [360.] Stickings in the cheek, over the lower jaw,'. 
— Tearing in the left cheek-bone,'. — Tearing and sticking in the cheeks,'. — 
Lips. Swelling of the lower lip, with papulous eruption, with sticking 
and crawling in it,'. — Spasmodic sensation in the lips,'. — Fine tearings in 
the lips,^ — Pain in the lips, as if sore,'". — Soreness of the left corner of the 
mouth (seventh day),'. — Chill, Inflammatory swelling beneath the chin, 
as if an abscess would form, with burning pain,'. — Tensive drawing pain 
in the lower part of the chin/. — [370.] Burning-cutting pain in the chin, 
in the right side, as if a piece of glass were cutting outward (after three 
hours)/. — Tearing in the middle of the chin, in the bone/. — Tearings on the 
lower part ot the chin,'. — *IIe could separate the jaws only with great difficulty, 
and could not open the moidh as usual; it seemed as if the throat below the 
jaw were swollen or tense,'. — *Sensatioii of tension and pain in the jaws, 
so that she could only with difficulty open the mouth, and also could not 
eat well, because a tooth seemed too long,'. — Painfulness of the right in- 
ferior maxillary joint (after half an hour),'°.t — Rheumatic pains in the 
lower jaw (after a quarter of an hour)/. — Burning pains in the lower jaw,'. 
— Prickling-digging in the lower jaw,". — Drawing, first from the right, then 
from the left ramus of the lower jaw, towards the chin, and thence back 
again in the direction of the angle of the mouth, on each side/. — [380.] 
Tearing in the right lower jaw/. 

JHotith. — Teeth. Looseness of some of the teeth,'. — Loose incisors,'. 
— ^Painful looseness of the incisors,^. — A peculiar sensation in the roots of 
the teeth, so that he must gnash the teeth,*. — A severe jerk in the teeth, 
almost immediately,'. — •*Pain in the sound teeth on drawing in the cold 
air/. — Burning pain in hollow teeth, while eating and drinking,'. — *jBor- 
ing pain in a lower hack tooth, extending to the nose and eye,'. — *A pain- 
ful prickling-digging in the lower hack teeth, extending as far as the ear (after 
one hour),^ — [390,] Drawings in the teeth (after twenty-six hours)/. — • 
Drawing pain in the teeth of the left lower row, from the articulation to 
the chin ; in the afternoon,". — Dull pressure, as from without, in the roots 
of both anterior upper back teeth (after half an hour),*. — Stitches in the 
teeth, on biting on them (after twelve hours),'. — *Dull stitches in the upper 
hack teeth, extending upward,^. — *Dull ditches in the lower hack teeth, extend- 
ing downward,^. — Painful shootings into the teeth on opening the mouth,'. — 
Tearing pain in all the teeth, as if they would fall out, in the forenoon 
(second day)/. — ■* Tearing in both right rows of the teeth, extending into the 
zygoma ; both jaws of this side are painful to pressure, and on chewing, as if 
hruised,'. — * tearing in the diseased root of the left lower jaw (third day),*. — 
[400.] Tearings in the roots of the lower teeth, in the morning, return- 

f In Hahnemann's Materia Medica Pura, it is "left."— C. Ho. 


ing every minute,'. — Tearing in the last back tooth of the left upper row, 
■worse in the open air, at 2 P.M.,l — In the morning, the teeth and gums are 
very sensitive,\ — Painful sensitiveness of the teeth to touch,\ — Severe pain 
in the teeth, as if sore, in the morning, followed by throbbing in them ; the 
pain was relieved when the gum bled,'. — Pain in the teeth, as if ulcerating, 
at night and also during the day, if she moves the mouth,'. — Toothache in 
the right upper and lower back teeth,^ — Toothache, with much spitting of 
saliva (after twenty-four hours),'. — Drawing toothache in the second right 
back tooth, as if more in the external surface, and extending up into the 
temples,". — -Violent drawing toothache, with itching between the teeth,'. — 
[410.] Pressive toothache,'. — Sticking toothache (sixteenth day),'. — Tearing 
toothache, extending into the head and left eye,'. — Toothache, consisting 
of pressing-tearing and sticking combined, day and night, with red (ery- 
sipelatous) swelling of the cheek, and a swolleii pimple on the gum, which 
suppurates, lasting seven days,'. — Throbbing toothache in a diseased back 
tooth,'. — Throbbing toothache, with painful gum, so that he could not chew,'. 
— Gums. Swelling of the guni,^. — Swelling of the gum, with excoriation 
of the pufjenda on urinating (sixteenth day),'. — Swelling of the gum of 
the left side, with great sensitiveness while eating, and with spasmodic pain 
in it, in the evening,'. — Swelling and painfulness of the gum, in front and 
behind,' — [420.] Profuse bleeding of the gum (tenth day),'. — Dull draw- 
ing pain in the gum of the lower jaw,''. — * The gum is painfully sensitive, 
without pain in the teeth,K — Tonfflie. A painful vesicle on the tongue,'. — 
*A painful vesicle on the tip of the tongue^. — Vesicles on the margin of the 
tongue,'". — Dry tongue and thirst (after ten hours),'. — Pain in the tongue 
on the left side, as if he had bitten himself,". — Burning on the tip of the 
tongue,*. — Pain, as if burnt, on the tip and margin of the tongue,'". — [430.] 
Burning-scraping sensation on the tip of the tongue, as if burnt with some- 
thing glowing hot, with much accumulation of saliva and insipid taste, the 
whole day, not relieved by eating,'". — Sore pain upon and beneath the 
tongue, and on the palate,'. — Genernl Mouth. Swelling of the inside 
of the cheek ; in chewing he bites it,". — At night, open mouth and dryness 
on account of it,'. — Dryness in the mouth, with thirst, the whole day,^ — 
Dryness in the mouth and on the lips, without thirst,'. — Dryness of the 
mouth, at night (after twelve days),'. — Great dryness in the mouth, without 
thirst, the whole forenoon,'. — Burning dryness in the mouth,'. — The most 
violent pains in the mouth, oesophagus, and epigastric region (immedi- 
ately),". — [440.] Burning-scraping sensation in the mouth (after smell- 
ing),'". — Roughness of the mouth, as if it were covered with a skin, after a 
scraping sensation on the tongue,'". — Sensation of burning and soreness on 
the palate, lasting a quarter of an hour,^ — Stitches in the left side of the 
palate,'. — Crawling and burning-pricking on the posterior portion of the 
palate (after half an hour),^ — A sore painful spot on the hard palate,^. — A 
place on the anterior portion of the palate which pains, as if suppurating, 
when touched with the tongue,^ — Saliva. Accumulation of water in the 
mouth (after one hour),'. — Accumulation in the mouth of water of a ran- 
cid taste,". — A'ccumulation of watery saliva in the mouth, in the forenoon, 
with qualmishness (second day),'.— [450.] Much accumulation of saliva,'". 
— An acrid fluid rises into the mouth,'. — After the stool (the third that 
day) salty and slimy water flows from the mouth (waterbrash),'. — The 
mouth waters and more moisture collects in the nose, when walking after 
eating,'. — Taste. Viscid glutinous taste (after fourth day),'. — Offensive 
taste,'. — Offensive taste, as from a disordered stomach, in the afternoon, for 


several days in succession,^— *i?ffli!i!2/ tefe/.— Bitter taste in the mouth, 
though only transient,^— After eating, the taste of the food remains a long 
time in the mouth ,\— [460.] Diminished taste for food,'. 

Throat.— Objective. Audible cracking deep in the throat,'.— Dis- 
tension of the left side of the throat, with sensation as if he would suffo- 
cate ; he was obliged to loosen his neck-band,'. — Mucus in the throat after 
a meal,'. — *Mucus collects in the throat which he cannot loosen by hawking, 
but is obliged to swallow it, half an hour after dinner,'. — Frequent clots 
of mucus in the throat,'. — Hawking of mucus,'. — Hawking of mucns, m 
the morning,'. — *Haivking of mucus, with pain in the pit of the throaty. — 
Hawking and expectoration of much mucus, with sore sensation and burn- 
ing in the throat, from 5 p.m. till night,'. — [470.] Frequent hawking of 
mucus, which immediately accumulates again, every half hour,'. — Stib~ 
jective. Dryness of the bach of the throat, for three days,'. — Dryness of 
the throat, in the morning,'. — * Dryness in the throat, noticed when swallow- 
ing, followed by scraping along doimi the throat,^. — Dryness of the throat, 
with dry hacking cough,'. — Dryness of the throat, without thirst,'. — The 
throat is now dry, now moist,'. — Nauseous sensation in the throat,'. — Cold 
sensation in the throat, which rapidly presses upward over the palate, with 
profuse accumulation of saliva,'". — The throat feels swollen and raw (after 
two days),'. — [480.] Contractive sensation in the throat, frequently,'. — The 
throat feels too narrow and swollen,'. — Sensation of tightness and suffoca- 
tion in the throat, on which account he was obliged to loosen the band 
around the neck,'. — Pressure in the throat, behind the palate, and on the 
epiglottis,'. — Pressure in the pit of the throat, on deep breathing,'. — Chok- 
ing pressure in the throat, in the morning on waking, as from swallowing 
a large crust of bread,'. — The throat feels torn internally, not when swal- 
lowing, but on making an exertion with the head, as also on lifting or car- 
rying anything,'. — Sore sensation in "the throat behind the palate,'. — Sore 
pain in the throat,'.- — Burning-sticking sore pain in the throat, and in the 
uvula, increased on swallowing,'. — [490.] Sore throat, as if the attachments 
of the tongue had grown fast,'. — Sore throat, as from a lump in it, with 
sticking pain in it,'. — Excessively sore throat, so that he could scarcely 
swallow on account of stitches in it like needless, an intolerable sensation, 
lasting from morning till afternoon, but much relieved after dinner,'. — Raw, 
hoarse throat, with sore pain, both when speaking or swallowing, and when 
not,'. — Throat raw, chest oppressed, with febrile coldness,'. — Rawness in 
the throat, and when breathing a sensation as if he had inspired too little 
air (after half an hour),'. — *Rawness in the throat, with sensation like heart- 
burn (lasting half an hour), (after half an hour),'. — *Iiaivness and tickling 
in the throat, luith dry cough, and some expectoration only after long coughing,^. 
— Scraping and clawing in the throat, with heartburn,'. — Scraping-clawing 
pain in the throat, with sensation on empty swallowing as if he was obliged 
to swallow over a. lump,^ — Fatcces and JPharynx. [500.] Scraping 
in the fauces, especially noticed in the evening and on swallowing,'. — A 
dull pressure in the pharynx, as if under the sternum ; it seems as though 
too large a morsel had been swallowed,'. — Swallowing. Constant in- 
clination to swallow,'. — She was obliged to swallow constantly ; the throat 
seemed as though not wide enough, and it felt dry,'. — After eating, it seems 
as though the food remained stuck in the throat,'. 

Stomach, — Appetite. Hunger unusually early,'. — A kind of rav- 
enous hunger,'. — Excessive hunger, which causes headache, relieved by 
eating,'. — He eats with too much haste,'. — He had appetite, but when eat- 


iflg the food iraraediately caused nausea,\ — [510.] She had appetite, but 
without having nausea it seemed as though she did not dare to eat/. — Little 
appetite, but the food is relished,^ — Little appetite, but much thirst, espe- 
cially after eating,'. — Appetite is wanting ; hunger, but food is not relished ; 
for three days,'. — Constant sensation of satiety and loss of appetite, fol- 
lowed after an hour by hunger, with natural taste of food,'. — If she at- 
tempted to eat without being hungry she soon became satiated and full, as 
though the stomach refused everything, and she would have felt better had 
she not eaten,'. — If he made preparations to eat, having appetite, and began 
to eat, the appetite immediately disappeared,'. — He was able to eat only 
smoked meats ; fresh meats nauseated him, even to vomiting,'. — Aversion 
to sweets,'. — Thirst, Much thirst, several mornings,'. — [520.] Great 
thirst Jot several days (after two days),'. — Great thirst for something cold, 
from forenoon till 3 p.m. (after three hours),^ — Great thirst for beer,'. — 
JEructations and Hiccough. It seems as though she would con- 
stantly eructate, which, however, does not happen, but all manner of trouble 
is caused thereby,'. — Eructations of air (after half an hour),". — Eructations, 
as when undigested food remains in the stomach,^. — Eructations of the food, 
five hours after eating,'. — Eructations having an odor of the food,'. — Eruc- 
tations with an odor of musk (after fourteen hours),'. — Eructations tasting 
of the soup taken at breakfast (after one hour),^ — [530.] Eructations hav- 
ing a pleasant taste, almost like almonds, soon after taking,*. — Eructations, 
with choking in the oesophagus, so that it impedes breathing ; this disap- 
pears after repeated eructations (after one hour),*. — Empty, tasteless eructa- 
tions of air,' '". — Frequent eructations of tasteless water, or rising of it into 
the mouth, with nausea, which disappears after the eructations,*. — Frequent, 
loud, explosive eructations, which continue a longtime,*. — Very frequent, 
mostly empty eructations (ninth day),'. — Suppressed eructations ; they rise 
only to the middle of the throat, where they seem to remain,'. — Violent 
eructations, with a sour taste (after fourteen days),'. — ^Burning hot eructa- 
tions, in the afternoon and evening, without bad taste,^. — It seems as though 
lime were being dissolved in the stomach, which constantly causes a bub- 
bling-up, with a continual rolling eructation of much air (after one hour),*. 
— [540.] Gulping of water several times, with soreness in the anus,*.^ 
Waterbrash, several times in the forenoon, with salty taste of the rising 
water (after seventeen days),'. — A kind of waterbrash ; it seems to her, in 
the evening on lying down, as though cool water rose from the stomach, 
which she was constantly obliged to spit out,'.— Hiccough (after a quarter 
of an houT),\— Heartburn. Heartburn in the mouth, which lasted a 
long time (after a quarter of an hour),*.— Heartburn, after supper,'.— Fre- 
quent burning rises from the stomach, as though he had eaten pepper,'. — 
Nausea and Votniting. Nausea, immediately,'.— Nausea, even while 
eating,^— Nausea, every morning,'.— [550,] Nausea, in the evening when 
beginning to eat,'. — Nausea after supper, which had been eaten with a good 
appetite,'. — Nausea, followed after half an hour by hunger, in the after- 
noon,'.— Nausea, with empty sensations in the stomach, and acid taste in 
the mouth,'. — Nausea in the stomach, as if qualmish, without vomiting 
(after half an hour),*. — Nausea in the stomach, like an inclination to vomit, 
with frequent gulping up of water into the mouth, which causes constant 
spitting,*. — Nausea and inclination to vomit, the whole afternoon till even- 
ing,'. — Nausea, with anxiety,'. — Great nausea, on waking from the evening 
sleep,'.— Frequent nausea after the stool,'. — [560.] Sensation of nausea 
before eating, with hunger,'. — Qualmishness in the stomach (after a few 


hours)/. — Qualmishness and weakness in the stomach, with alternations of 
chill and heat,^ — Vomiting of clotted blood at night/. — Sour vomiting, 
followed by frequent sour eructations,^ — Stomach. " Weakness of the 
stomach," for a long time after the poisoning,^'. — Sensation of emptiness in 
the stomach, although he had eaten sufficiently at dinner, at 4 p.m.,^ — 
Sensation of fasting inthe stomach,^ — Sensation as of a disordered stomach, 
with distension of the abdomen (fifteenth day),\ — Constant sen^^ation of 
pleasant warmth in the stomach and abdomen,'. — [570.] *Paiiis in the 
stomach, which were relieved after lying douni,^. — Pain in the stomach and 
uprising, which disappeared after dinner,^ — Violent pain in the stomach, 
in the morning soon after rising, increased by every sudden motion, with 
heat in the right side of the head ; she was obliged to lie down, and the 
pain seemed now in the stomach, and now in the chest (after twenty-seven 
days),\ — Tensive pain in the pit of the stomach,'. — Any, even slight, tight- 
ness of the clothes about the stomach and hips is very oppressive and un- 
endurable,'. — A contractive, not very painful, sensation in the epigastric 
region (after one hour),^ — Cramp in the stomach,'. — Cramp in the stomach, 
like a pressure and contraction, in the morning on waking from a frightful 
dream, with nausea and collection of water in the mouth (twenty-first day),'. 
— Clawing in the pit of the stomach,'. — * P inching-clawing in the pit of the 
stomach, on deep breathing,^. — [580,] Pressure in the stomach after break- 
fast (after five days)/. — Pressure in the stomach, in the morning after 
rising from bed, and even when sitting,'. — Pressure on the stomach, in 
the morning fasting, soon followed by contractive sensation in the abdo- 
men (after two days),'. — Pressure in the stomach on waking at night, with 
perfect consciousness, which she did not feel in the morning after being 
completely awake,'. — Pressure in the stomach and abdomen above and 
below the navel, with diarrhoea three times at night, with periodic stitches 
from the back forward to the right side of the abdomen, arresting breath- 
ing (second day),'. — Pressure in the pit of the stomach,^. — Severe pressure 
in the pit of the stomach,'. — Pressure in the orifice of the stomach, in- 
creased by leaning against the edge of the table, and also by reading aloud, 
by talking much, by lying upon the back, and when the cold air strikes the 
abdomen,'. — Continued stitchlike pressure in the pit of the stomach,*. — 
Rhythmical chilling pressure in the pit of the stomach, as from a piece of 
ice,". — [590.] Stitches in the stomach, for ten minutes,'. — Stitches in the 
pit of the stomach, which seem to contract the heart,'. — Bruised pain in the 
stomach, also noticed when pressing upon it (after an hour and a half),'. — 
Crawling in the epigastric region/. 

Abdomen. — Mypochotidria. Distension of the left hypochon- 
driac region,'. — Sharp burning pain in the left hypochondrium,'. — Sharp 
stitches in the left hypochondrium,'. — Tension in the right side of the ab- 
domen,'. — Violent stitches beneath the last right true ribs,*. — Stitching pain 
below the right ribs, inthe evening,'. — [600.] Stitches in the hepatic region 
when riding, in a place of the size of a hen's egg ; touch also caused stinging 
pain, with great inclination to sleep, and general weariness,'. — Stitches in 
the hepatic region, in the afternoon, lasting four hours (after twelve days ),'. — 
A tensive pressive pain in the liver when lying on the back/. — Tearing 
in the liver, in the evening (seventeenth day),'. — Umbilical. Swelling 
of the umbilicus, with painfulness about it, when touched,'. — Griping about 
the umbilicus, in the morning, in bed, disappearing after rising (second 
day),'.— Crawling in the umbilicus, with sensation as if diarrhoea would 
c«me on (after half an hom^,\— General Abdomen, Objective. 


Distension of the abdomen, with internal pressure, especially on deep 
breathing,^ — Distension in the left side of the abdomen, extending into the 
groin (after six hours),^. — Great distension of the abdomen, especially in 
the evening (after twenty days),^ — [610.] Great distension of the abdomen 
after eating,^ — Great distension of the abdomen, so that she was obliged 
to loosen the clothes, with frequent passage of loud flatus, which only re- 
lieved for a short time ; the whole afternoon,*. — Painful distension of the 
abdomen, so that she was obliged to loosen the clothes, with pains in the 
bowels like cramps,^ — Abdomen distended, in the evening (after ten 
hours),\ — Abdomen full, hard, in the evening,'. — The abdomen is full im- 
mediately after eating and drinking, with uneasiness and drawing in it,\ — 
Moving about and slight cutting in the abdomen, which disappear after a 
soft stool,*. — Rumbling in the abdomen after eating, when the stomach is 
overdistended,^ — Rumbling in the abdomen, followed by frequent passage 
of flatus (after one hour),*. — Audible rumbling and croaking in the abdo- 
men, as from frogs,\ — [620.] Loud rumbling in the abdomen when sitting, 
as from emptiness (after one hour),'. — Much accumulation of flatus, with 
hard stool (first week),'. — Much accumulation of flatus in the abdomen 
after a slight meal, on account of which the haemorrhoids protrude, are 
very painful, and moist (fifth day),'. — He passes flatulence both upward 
and downward,'. — Frequent passage of flatus, without disturbance in the 
abdomen,*. — Frequent passage of flatus after breakfast, ^ — -Frequent passage 
of offensive flatus, without any disturbances,'". — Frequent loud passage of 
flatus, the ivhole afternoon,'. — Excessive passage of flatus (fourth day),'. — 
Subjective. Uneasiness, and jerking in the abdomen at night, which did 
not allow her to sleep before 12 o'clock,'. — [630,] Sensation of emptiness 
in the abdomen, relieved by pressure,'. — Cold sensation in the abdomen, 
with cracking and crackling in it,^ — The abdomen becomes cold easily ; if 
the air touches it he has a pressure in the stomach and diarrhoea,'. — Pain 
in the abdomen in the morning,^. — Burning pain in the abdomen about the 
epigastric region, which wakes him from sleep, though transient,'". — Stick- 
ing-burning in the right side of the abdomen, with sensation as if some- 
thing would become loosened (ninth day),*. — Tension and distension of the 
abdomen, so that he could only breathe with difiiculty, with frequent pas- 
sage of flatus, at 7 p.m.,*. — Tension and pressure in the upper abdomen,'. — 
Contractive tension in the abdomen and stomach,'. — Pain in the abdomen, 
as if it were constricted by a string, when breathing,'. — [640.] Contractive 
sensation about the upper portion of the abdomen (second day),*. — Twitch- 
ing contraction in the bowels, at noon (ninth day),'. — Griping in the upper 
portion of the abdomen, frequently returning,*.— Griping in a small spot 
in the right side of the abdomen below the navel, as with two fingers, after 
eating,*. — Pinching pain in the bowels, with paleness of the face,'.— Severe 
pinching and cutting in the whole abdomen, with yawning,*. — Cutting- 
pinching in the abdomen, even while eating, soon disappearing after pass- 
ing flatus (after six hours),'.— A pain drawing back and forth in the abdo- 
men, just before menstruation and on the first day of it,'. — Pressure in the 
abdomen several afternoons in succession, so severe that she was not able 
to do her work,'.— Pressure in the abdomen, extending up into the throat, 
in the evening (tenth day),'.— [650.] Pressive pain in the abdomen, with 
short breathing, in the morning after rising,'. — Twisting pain in the abdo- 
men before a stool,'. — Cutting in the abdomen and passage of flatus on in- 
spiration,'.— Cutting, extending from the pit of the stomach to the abdo- 
men, after eating, with taste of food in the mouth and eructations tasting 


of food, with confusion of the head, diarrhoea, and chilliness ; he was 
obliged to lie down,\ — Cutting in a small streak in the upper abdomen, 
with a soft stool at 11 a.m., disappearing after dinner,'. — Cutting and pinch- 
ing in the right side of the abdomen, as in diarrho3a,^ — It seems as though 
one were sticking the whole abdomen with needles, at 4 p.m.,'. — Dull stick- 
ing pain in the right side of the abdomen, when lying,'.^ — Stitches in the 
abdomen for a long time, a sensation so that he was unable to remain sit- 
ting,'. — Stitches in the right side of the abdomen, in the evening,^— [660.] 
A stitch in the right side of the abdomen, extending through and through 
the bowels, and out at the sacrum (after a quarter of an hour),'. — A severe 
stitch in the left side of the abdomen,'". — A transient stitch in the left side 
of the abdomen,'. — Dull stitches below the last false ribs above the ilium,'. 
— Dull stitches in the right side of the abdomen, followed by bruised pain 
in the left lower ribs ; it is also noticed when pressing upon it (after three- 
quarters of an hour),'. — At night, severe colic in the groins ; it extended 
through the lower legs up into the groins,'. — Cutting colic in the morning, 
followed by three soft stools, and the whole day a sensation in the abdomen 
as of diarrhoea (after eight days),'. — * Cutting colic and diarrhoea during 
menstruation^. — * Cutting colic on the appearance of menses, without diar- 
rhoea, with tearing in the back and small of the back, especially on motion,^. — ■ 
Pain in the abdomen during menstruation, as if everything was torn apart, 
with pain in the sacrum, as if bruised, with discharge of large clots of 
blood,'. — [670.] Bruised paiu in the right side of the abdomen, which ia 
not affected by touch (after one hour),'. — Bruised pain and pinching in the 
right side of the abdomen, followed by sticking through the pudenda, from 
within outward, frequently (after one hour),'. — Pulsation in the abdomen,'. 
— Crawling and moving about in the abdomen, as after a purgative (after 
half an hour),'. — Hypogastrium and Iliac Region. Quivering 
or muscular twitchings in the lower portion of the abdomen when sitting 
bent (dfter four hours),'. — Pressure in the lower abdomen, as from a weight,'. 
— A dull pressive pain deep in the lower abdomen, at last with fever, heat,, 
anxiety, and restlessness, so that he could neither sleep at night nor lie ;, 
the lower abdomen was painful to touch, as in inflammation of the abdo- 
men,'. — Dragging in both inguinal regious, extending forward, with ineffec- 
tual urging to urinate, while sitting, lasting half an hour,'. — Stitches ex- 
tending downward in the right groin, as if a hernia would appear, after 
breakfast,'. — Bruised pain in the right groin, with stitches; relieved at first 
by pressure, but afterwards increased (after an hour and a half),'. — [680.] 
Bruised pain in the left groin, when walking, at 2 p.m.,'. 

Mectttm and Anus. — * Haemorrhoids impeding the stool (after thir- 
teen days),'. — Large painful hsemorrhoids,'. — *Swollen haemorrhoids, with- 
itching-sticking and much moisture,^. — *Hard haemorrhoids, stinging-burning,, 
extremely painful ivhen touched, when walking, when standing or sitting ; re- 
lieved after a stool, lasting fourteen days (after nineteen days),'. — Sensa- 
tion as if there was something hard in the rectum, like a kernel of fruit,'. — 
Cranip in the rectum, which made it impossible to walk ; she was obliged 
to sit still (after a few hours),'. — Spasmodic drawing pain in the rectum 
(anus) after coition,'. — Dragging in the rectum, as if there were fseces in it 
which should be expelled,". — ^Pressure in the rectum, the whole day^. — 
[690.] Continued pressure in the rectum and anus, worse after the stool,'. — 
*Frequent sudden pressing-piercing pain inihe rectum,^. — Sticking in the 
rectum, during a stool,'. — Crawling in the rectum (after a few hours),'. — 
*Itching and sticking in the rectum,^. — *Severe itching in the rectum and in 

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the genitals,'^. — *Sore painfulness of the hcemorrhoids increased, SO as to be 
unendurable on walking or reflecting,^. — Burning in the anus after the 
stool, which makes him powerless/^. — Burning in the anm after the stool, 
with depressed pulse and palpitation/. — Severe burning in the anus, with 
a stool,'. — [700.] A stitch in the anus (before a meal),\ — Biting pain 
in the anus after a stool,\ — Sore pain in the anus, with moisture,'. — "^Itch- 
ing in the anus,". — Itching in the anus, after dinner,^ — *Excesdve itching 
in the anus, day and night (second day),'. — Crawling-itching in the anus,'. 
— Pain in the perinceum, with pulsation in it,'. — Urging to stool, though 
the anus is spasmodically contracted, so that no stool passes ; the pressure, 
however, continues (second day),'. — Urging to stool, with rumbling in the 
abdomeD,^ — [710.] Immediate urging to stool after dinner ; the stool was 
hard, and passed with pressure,'. — Frequent urging to stool, without pass- 
ing more than" flatulence (third day),'. — Frequent ineffectual urging to stool, 
with much pain, anxiety, and redness of the face (fourth, tenth, and thir- 
tieth days),'. 

Stool. — Diarrhcea. Diarrhoea easily from taking cold in the abdo- 
men,'. — Diarrhoea in the evening,'. — Diarrhoea at night,'. — Diarrhoea, with 
twinging and burning in the auus,^ — Watery diarrhoea, with stomach- 
ache,". — He was obliged to rise at night to go to stool, which was very 
soft,'*. — Fseces passed with sensation as though only flatulence passed,'. — 
[720.] Fluid stool,'. — Semifluid stool,^ — Semifluid stool, at 5 a.m. (second 
day),^ — Semifluid stool, without pain, at 2 p.M.,^ — Soft stool, with passage 
of flatus,^ — Very solid stool, though without any diiBculty,*. — Hard stool 
(fourth day),*. — The stool was crumbly, then the rectum contracted, and 
only a soft stool was passed, which was thin in form, like a goosequill (after 
sixteen hours),'.^ — Bloody stool, with burning and sore sensation in the rec- 
tum,'. — Stool, with white mucus (sixth day),'. — [730,] Painless passage of 
blood with a soft stool,'. — Mucus and clear blood are passed with a nodular 
difficult stool, without trace of haemorrhoids,'. — Passage of a round worm 
with a hard stool (second day),*. — *The stool passes better when standing,^. 
— Constipation. Constipation (after twenty-four hours),'. — No stool 
(second and third days),*. 

Urinary Organs.^Bladder. Pain in the bladder ; he can pass 
no urine ; if, however, a few drops pass, he has violent pains in the urinary 
passages, with constipation and cramps in the rectum,'. — Urethra. Pain 
in the urethra after urinating, in the evening, with dull aching on the top of 
the head,'.— Burning sensation in the urethra,'. — *Buruing suddenly in the 
urethra at night,\ — ^[740.] Burning of the urine (after sixteen days),*. — 
Burning urine after an emission,'. — Burning when urinating,*. — *£uriiing 
in the urethra when urinating,^. — Burning in the urethra, or in the root of the 
urethra, when urinating,*. — Burning urine, when urinating, in the urethra, 
in the region of the frsenum,'. — Cutting urine,'. — Itching in the orifice of 
the urethra (eighth day),*. — Urging to urinate after walking,'. — * Urging 
to urinate, without passing anything ; she was obliged to wait a long time, and 
then only a very little urine passed, but the urging was soon again renewed, 
without pain, at 8 p.m.,*. — [750.] ^Frequent urging to urinate,\ — Frequent 
urging to urinate, and afterwards shivering, in the open air ; it disappeared 
in the room (after half an hour),\—* Frequent urging to urinate, without 
massing any, then, while sitting, involuntary flow of it (first day),'. — At night, 
frequent urging to urinate, which wakes her from sleep,*. — Frequent urgent 
desire to urinate, which is passed in much larger quantity than the amount 
of driuk taken,'. — * Very frequent urging to urinate, with involuntary drib- 


Ming of urine^.—3Iicturition, Enuresis, with violent erections, with- 
out desire (eighth day),*. — Increased flow of slightly acid urine, which con- 
tains the whole of the potash ; organic matter differing considerably from 
that of ordinary urine, and a relatively large proportion of sulphuric acid; 
the phosphoric acid and the chlorine are less changed,". — Unusually pro- 
fuse passage of urine (fifth day),'. — After the increased flow of urine, the 
quantity passed per hour falls slightly below the standard,'*. — [760.] 
Scanty urine, with great thirst,'*. — Frequent urination,'. — Frequent passage 
of much urine,'. — He is obliged to urinate frequently at night (fifteenth 
A&y),^.— Frequent and very much increased micturition; the urine soon de- 
posited a sediment like yeast,^ — Quite frequent micturition of scanty urine, 
without pain or urging,'". — He was obliged to rise twice at night to urinate ; 
the urine was copious, together with diarrhoea, which was repeated in the 
morning,*. — *He urinates so easily that lie is not sensible of the stream, 
and can scarcely believe in the dark that he is urinating until he makes 
sure with the hand (after one hour),*'. — *Involuntary passage of urine 
while coughing or blowing the nose,'. — *The urine stopped at intervals, in 
the evening (second day),*.t — [770.] *The urine passes at night, in sleep 
(seventh day),'. — * The last drops of the urine are delayed^. — ^Ineffectual 
attempU to urinate; ivhen afefiu drops ivere passed, he had violent pain in the 
bladder, and also (after walking much in order to relieve it) cramps in the 
rectum (twenty-first day),'. — Urine. Urine clear, like water,' ^ — Urine 
reddish, without sediment,". — *The urine is often dark-brown,^. — *The urine 
becomes turbid and cloudy on standing,^. — Much tenacious mucus in the 

Seactiftl Organs. — Wale. Increased smegma; a very large amount 
is secreted on the corona glandis,'. — Itching scurf on the inside of the pre- 
puce,''. — [780.] Erections the whole forenoon (second day),*. — Erection, 
with desire for coition, in the morning (second day),*. — Frequent incom- 
plete erections, in the morning, after coition,'. — No erection on attempted 
coition ; he was impotent (twenty-seventh day),'.- — Burning pain in the 
penis,'. — Voluptuous itching of the penis, with incomplete erection,'. — 
Itching on the inner surface of the prepuce, at one time tickling, at another 
biting,'. — Itching on the frsenum,". — *Pressive pain, as if crushed, in the 
right testicle,^. — Pressive pain in the testicles, at noon,'. — [790.] Itching- 
cutting pain iu the septum of the scrotum,'. — Stitches in the right testicle 
(after six days),'. — Tearing in the testicles,'. — Sexual excitement (after a 
few hours),'. — Increased sexual desire (first day),*. — Very much increased 
sexual desire, with disinclination for any work,'. — Sexual desire very little 
excited (after thirty-two days),'. — Desire for emission,'. — Emissions, fol- 
lowed by burning urine,'. — Emissions for several nights in succession,- also 
during the afternoon nap, in one who was impotent (after three days),'. — 
[800.] Frequent emissions, in an old man (after seven days),'. — Frequent 
emissions and constant incomplete erections, at night and the following 
forenoon (after fifty hours),*. — * During coition, blood is discharged from the 
urethra with the ejaculation of semen (twenty-first day),'. — Passage of pros- 
tatic fluid after the stool,'. — Female. Attack of uterine spasm ; pains 
now in the lower abdomen, now in the stomach, now in the chest, now in 
the small of the back, which obliged her to bend forward ; she was unable 
to keep erect without the most violent pain ; could not endure clothing on 
the epigastric region, and did not dare to eat anything, even the most di- 

t Meaning that while urinating, the flow intermitted. — T. F. A. 


gestible food, on account of most violent pains in the abdomen and stom- 
ach ; the application of warm stones caused immediate relief; everything 
seemed as if pressed and obstructed in the abdomen ; so full that it seemed 
as if it would burst, with constant ineffectual desire to eructate (after a few 
days),\ — Burning in the female genitals,'". — *An acridity during and after 
urinating, which bites like salt in the pudenda (eleventh and seventeenth 
days),\ — Cutting pain in the mons veneris, on motion, especially when 
walking,". — Leucorrhoea at night (third day),'. — * Very profuse leiicorrhaa; 
it flows like menstruation, and has the same odor (after fourteen days),'. — 
[810.] It hastened menstruation, by eleven days, which usually appeared 
two or three days too late (after twenty-four days),'. — Menstruation, just 
due, was delayed (immediately),'. — * Menstruation, usually natural, is de- 
layed two or three days (after eleven days),'. — The menses are ten days 
too late ; they then flow in a completely natural manner,'. — * The menstrual 
blood has an offensive odor, and causes itching in the pudenda,^. — ^After men- 
struation had really ceased, there continued traces of a bloody discharge, 
from time to time, for many days,'. — *During menstmation, no blood was 
discharged at nighty. 

Mespiratory Organs. — ^Di^ sensation in the air-passages,^. — 
*The muscles of the larynx do not perform their function ; she is unable 
to speak a loud word, in spite of every exertion,'. — ^Frequent need to clear 
something out of the larynx^. — [820.] ^Dryness in the larynx,^. — Irritation 
in the larynx, as in the beginning of a cold, with general febrile excite- 
ment,'. — ^Irritation to cough with every expiration,^. — ^Irritation to cough, 
even in the morning, in bed,^. — Sensitive drawing in the larynx, without 
cause,'. — *8ensitive pressive pain in the larynx, on blowing the no«e,'.t — 
Voice. * Hoarseness,^. — * Hoarseness for several days; she could not' speak 
aloud,^. — *Hoarseness and rawness in the throat, in the morning,^. — * Great 
hoarseness, especially in the morning and evening, with scraping' in the 
throat,'. — [830.] The voice is stopped every morning, as if a wedge were 
in the larynx which should be expectorated,'. — Cough and Expecto- 
ration. Cough caused by incessant crawling,'. — * Cough caused by crawl- 
ing in the larynx, or by stooping to pick up anything,^. — * Cough always 
caused by speaking,^. — Cough in short paroxysms, caused by tickling in the 
throat from mucus,'. — * Cough ivakes her from sleep in the evening and morn- 
ing; during the day, little or no cough,^. — Cough, with rawness in the throat, 
in the forenoon (first day),". — Cough only at night, on waking,'. — Cough 
after becoming cold, if she became warm again,'. — Cough, with scraping in 
the throat, without expectoration,'. — [840.] Cough, with rattling on every 
inspiration, as if there were much mucus in the right side of the chest, in 
■ the -forenoon,'. — Violent cough, even at night,'. — * Violent cough, at times 
quite dry, with pain in the right side of the chest,^. — *Hollow cough, especially 
at night and in the morning, ivith tightly adherent mucus in the chest, in 
which there is sticking pain, very sore and idcerated, with and without cough- 
ing, ivith stopped coryza and stoppage of the nose (after twenty-four days),'. 
— Hoarse cough, mostly in the morning and evening, not at night,'. — 
Hacking cough, with difficult breathing,'. — *Frequent tickling cough (after 
four, days),'. — Dry cough, caused by burning in the chest,'. — Dry cough 
at night, which disturbed sleep,'. — *I)ry hallow cough, from five to six par- 
oxysms, with sore sensation in a streak down along the trachea, where it 
pains on every paroxysm of cough, and almost prevents breathing,'^. — [850.] 

f Forced expiration. — C. D. 


Continual racking dry cough in the morning, on waking, as after taking 
cold, which does not allow her to fall asleep again,'. — Constant dry hack- 
ing cough, and only seldom some expectoration of mucus,^ — Cough, with 
much expectoration, every night at 2 a.m., lasting two hours; during the 
day very little and only occasional cough,'. — Short cough, with some ex- 
pectoration of mucus, especially after eating,'. — Expectoration of tough 
mucus, which at first is difficult, afterwards easy to loosen,^ — MesjJiva- 
tion. Difficult and deep inspiration,". — Dyspncea, after lying down,'.— 
Dyspncea, worse when sitting,'.— Spasmodic dyspuoaa,'. — After the stool, 
which is first hard, then soft, at first dyspnoea, then distension and pinch- 
ing in both hypochondria, especially in the right, on every step,'. — [860,] 
^Shortness of breath precedes the paroxysms of coughing,^. — Shortness of 
breath in the morning, with pressive pain in the abdomen, which disap- 
pears during the day (after six days),'. — Shortness of breath, when walk- 
ing in the open air,'. — Shortness of breath, with oppression of the chest,'. 
— Want of breath, with weakness of the thighs (ninth da-j),^.—* Arrest of 
breath when speaking or walking rapidly ; she was obliged to suddenly catch 
for breath^. — Sudden arrest of breathing in the open air (when hunting), 
with very rapid palpitation ; he was unable to remain upright, was obliged 
to kneel down, with sweat all over ; the breath was very short, the blood 
rushed to the head, the face became bluish-red, as if he would be attacked 
with apoplexy ; this condition lasted one hour (fourth day),'. — Frequent 
attacks of suffocation during inspiration, as if some one grasped the trachea, 
which for the moment arrested the breathing, while sitting,*. 

Chest. — When coughing, great rattling in the chest (after twenty-four 
hours),'. — Anxiety in the chest after the stool, in the evening, with very 
much distended abdomen,'. — [870.] Heat internally in the chest,'. — Rheu- 
matic pain in the chest and abdomen (second day),^ — Burning pain and 
sometimes stitches in the chest,'. — Tension about the chest that continues 
a long time (second day),'. — * Tightness of the chest; she was frequently 
obliged to take a deep breath (first day),". — *Sensation as if the chest were too 
tight,^. — *Sensation in the chest as if the clothes were too tight,^. — Constriction 
of the chest, with hoarseness and rawness of the throat (second and third 
days),*. — ^Painful compression of the chest from both sides toivards the sternum, 
with oppression of breath and weakness of voice,^. — Painfulness, like a draw- 
ing, after immoderate running or singing, internally in the upper part of 
the chest, with a heavy sensation upon it (after three hours),'". — [880.] 
Stitches in the chest, beloiv the arms, extending to tjie pit of the stomach, 
with apprehensiveness, followed by rumbling of the bowels and griping, 
extending up into the chest, which were entirely relieved after passage of 
flatus (twenty-ninth day),'. — Stitches deep in the chest, on deep respira- 
tion, lasting one hour, in the forenoon (fourteenth day),'. — Small sharp 
stitches beneath the skin of the chest,'. — * When coughing, the chest is pain- 
ful, as if sore,^. — Scraping in the chest,'. — Rawness' in the chest, in the 
morning,'. — FfOnt. A tearing pressure on the forepart of the chest, al- 
most only, or, at least, worse, in the open air,'. — Sharp stitches in the 
breast near the middle, which always extend suddenly towards the navel, 
especially on inspiration,'. — Stitches in the sternum, on deep breathing and 
lifting,^. — Heat in the. chest, rising up into the throat, lasting half an 
hour,". — [890.] Pressure on the chest, with difficult breathing (after one 
hour),". — Pressure on the chest, with short or difficult breathing (after a 
quarter of an hour),".^ — Pressure upon the chest, just above the pit of the 
stomach,'. — Pressure over the chest and stomach,'. — Pressure in the inter- 


costal muscles transversely across the chest, on stooping/. — Frequently a 
sharp pressure upon the chest, which does not affect the breathing, after 
dinner, especially when walking (first three weeks),\ — Pressing pain in the 
upper part of the ensiforni cartilage, extending straight upward,^ — Op- 
pression of the chest (bronchi) after eating,^. — Painful oppression of the 
chest, in the afternoon, which disappeared on dancing (after sixteen days),^ 
— Sensation as of cutting in the chest, with burning, in the morning (second 
day),^ — [900,] Stitches in the chest, as with a nail,". — Stitches, as with 
needles, in the chest, on walking in the open air,'. — Stitch in the sternum, 
on deep breathing and on physical exertion (after sixteen days),'. — A 
stitch, lasting eight minutes, at first below the sternum, on inspiration and 
expiration, followed by a stitch in the sternum, continuing the whole fore- 
noon with alternating severity, most noticed on expiration, which is con- 
nected with a constant dull stitch in the left shoulder-joint, which also was 
most noticed on expiration,\ — Sides. Oppression of both sides of the 
chest, as if it were pressed together,^ — Pain in the right side of the chest, 
as if the lung were loosened from the pleura, almost constantly when lying,'. 
— Pressure on the right side of the chest (after twenty-four hours),'. — 
Pressive pain on the right side of the chest, in the evening,'. — Stitches in 
the right side of the chest, on inspiration (after half an hour),*. — A severe 
sharp stitch in the right side of the chest, on inspiration (after one hour),'. 
— [910.] Dull stitches in the right side of the chest, in the region of the 
clavicle,'. — Bruised pain below the right mammary glands, not affected by 
deep breathing,'. — -Rushing in the left side of the chest, in the region of 
the heart, several mornings, in bed, until rising ; relieved on any motion, 
but returning when lying,'. — *Pain above the left hip, on coughing, as if it 
would burst open there^. — Pain, as if sprained, in the left lower pectoral 
muscles, on moving the left arm (after half an hour),'. — A pressive pain 
in the chest, by the lowest rib of the left side,'. — ^During menstruation, a 
kind of sticking pain beneath the left breast,'. — When coughing, stitches 
in the left side of the chest,'. — Stitches in the left breast, below the nipple,'. 
— Stitches in the left side of the chest, after eating,'. — [920.] Stitches at 
night without impeding respiration, as with a knife, in the forepart of the 
left side of the chest, piercing through to the back, with great anxiety and 
restlessness, so that she was constantly obliged to toss about, without being 
able to sleep,'. — Slight stitches below the left female breast, relieved by 
rubbing, at 5 p.m.,'.— Sharp stitches above the left hip, extending to the 
last false ribs,'. — Sharp slow stitches in the left side of the chest, on a level 
with the pit of the stomach,*. — Dull stitches in the left side of the chest, 
above the heart, on motion,'. — Dull stitches in the left side of the chest, 
opposite the ensiform cartilage,*.— Violent stitches in the first false ribs of 
the left side, continuing a long time (after one hour and a half ),'.— Stick- 
in_g-tearing in the left side of the chest,'. 

Heart and Pulse.— Great oppression of the heart, with melan- 
choly,'. — Palpitation, with weariness (after a few hours),'. — [930.] Severe 
palpitation in the morning, with irregular pulse and pain in the back,'. — 
Severe palpitation in the evening, with great anxiety, which made the 
breathing very short, without any special thoughts (sixth day),'. — Anxious 
palpitation, with rhythmical constriction of the abdomen,'. — On the night 
of the 15th, when the flow of the urine, which was proceeding at the rate of 
giss. per hour, was augmented in two and a half hours by gxiv, and no fluid 
was supplied to the _ system, the pulse became perceptibly small (almost 
thready) and slow ; it remained equal and regular, there was no thirst, no 


shivering, and no nausea; the skin was dry and warm. In six hours the 
pulse had quite regained its force and frequency, and the other symptoms 
had disappeared without any fluid haying been taken,'*. 

Neck and SaeJe. — JS^eck. Jerking motion in the neck near the 
head,\ — *Stiffness in theneck,so that he could not move the head,^. — *St!ffiiess 
in the neck and throat, with pain in the occiput ; the muscles felt bent, so that 
he could hardly move the head (after twelve days),^ — Stiffness in the right 
side of the neck, with tensive pain,^ — *Stiff pain in the right side of the 
neck,^. — Burning in a small spot on the right side of the neck, where there 
is a red spot (eighteenth day),^ — [940.] Tension in the cervical muscles, 
on suddenly becoming erect or on turning the head,\ — A tension and pull- 
ing in the cervical muscles, even when at rest,". — * Long-continued tension 
in the right side of the neck and chest, so that it drew the body towards the 
right side,". — A tensive sensation in the neck, as if some one drew her back- 
wards by both ears,^ — A pinching pain in the right side of the neck,'. — 
Stitches in the neck, at night when lying,^ — Bruised pain in the neck 
(fourth day),'. — Sack. Pains in the back during menstruation,^. — Draw- 
ing in the back, a feeling as if bruised, from hence the pain extends into 
the sacrum and abdomen, where there is an accumulation of much flatu- 
lence, causing pain, during which leucorrhoea appears,^ — An attack; at 
first pain in the back like a drawn and beaten sensation, it then extends into 
the small of the back, and thence into the abdomen, where much flatulence 
accumulates, with great pain, which is afterwards passed, with discharge of 
leucorrhoea (after twenty-five days),\ — [950,] Pain in the back, a pressure 
in the small of the back,\ — Stitches in the back (twentieth and twenty- 
seventh days),'. — Stitches in the back, as from needles,'. — Stitches from 
deep in the chest out to the back,'. — Stitches in the back, followed by pain,'. 
— Tearing in a small spot in the back,^ — A sticking piercing-jerking in the 
back and sacrum, which took away her breath,'. — Crawling sensation in 
the back (after one hour),'.- — Dorsal. Burning in the middle of the right 
scapula,'. — ^A severe tensive pain in the upper part of the shoulder-blades, 
on motion,'. — [960,] Drawing in the left scapula,'. — Pressive drawing in 
the scapulse,'. — A pressive sticking pain near the right scapula, when swal- 
lowing and hawking, as also on exerting the voice,'. — Violent pressive pain, 
with tearing, on the border of the right shoulder-blade, extending to the 
small of the back, increased by bending the right upper arm and head 
backward, and at last on every motionjaf the body, even if the part be 
only shaken, most severe on turning the head towards the left side,'. — Se- 
vere stitches in the left scapula, as with needles,'. — Tearing in the right 
seapula,^ — Tearing in the dorsal vertebrse between the shoulder-blades, ex- 
tending into the right shoulder-blade, and afterwards also into the left,'. — 
A stiff" pain between the shoulder-blades (after five days),". — Painful tear- 
ing between the shoulder-blades at 4 p.m.,'. — Lumbar. Stiffness in the 
lumbo-sacral joint (after a quarter of an hour),'. — [970.] Slight lumbar 
pain (after the large flow of urine),'*. — Pain, as if squeezed, in both loins,'. 
— Sharp stitches in the right lumbar region above the ilium, which extend 
upward to the ribs, but soon disappear, like electric shocks,'. — *Sharp stitches 
in the left lumbar region by the last false ribs,^. — Pain in the small of the 
back ; she feels every motion of the body painfully in the small of the 
back,'. — Much pain in the small of the back, and anxious dreams, the two 
last days before menstruation,'. — Violent tensive pain in the small of the 
back,'.— A pressive pinching pain in the small of the back, in the region 
of the kidneys,'. — ^Pressing cramplike pain in the small of the back and re- 


gion of the kidneys, while sitting (fourth day),^ — A pinching cramplike 
pain in the small of the back and nates,'. — [980.] Pressing pain in the 
small of the back, so that he was obliged to remain bent over (with pres- 
sive pain in the lower abdomen),^ — Pressing pain in the small of the back, 
while sitting,'. — Some itching stitches in the small of the back,^ — Violent 
pain, as if sprained, in the small of the back, on motion (second day),'. — 
Violent tearings in the small of the back, two in succession,'. — Bruised 
sensation in the small of the back when walking, but disappearing when 
sitting,^ — Sore pain in the small of the back, followed by pressing in the 
lower abdomen, as if everything would come out of the rectum and pu- 
denda, like a flatulent colic (from lifting),'. — Bruised pain in the small of 
the back, towards evening, lasting several hours, with passage of leucor- 
rhoea (after thirty-one days),'. — Frequent pulsation in the small of the 
back,'. — SciCVal, *Didl drawing pain in the region of the coccyx,^. — [990.] 
*Bruised pain in the coccyx,^. — Jerking pain in the coccyx (seventh day),'. 

Extremities in General. — Attacks of twitching in the limbs, in 
the evening,'. — * Weakness and trembling of all the limbs (eighteenth day),'. 
—Weakness of all the limbs, so that he could scarcely walk, and when 
sitting the hands must He stretched out,". — ^Paralytic weakness of the limbs 
(after three hours),'. — Painful heaviness in the limbs at night, which did 
not allow her to sleep (third day),'. — Feeling in all the limbs as after a 
great exertion, after rifing from sitting,'. — ^.Intolerable uneasiness in the 
limbs in the evening,^. — * Gouty pain in all the limbs (after half an hour),'. 
— -[1000.] Drawings here and there in the limbs,'". — * Tearing in several 
limbs, worse in the joints, and extending from these into the long bones,^. — 
* Tearing in all the limbs, now in one, now in another, at one time severe, at 
another slight, though eojistant (after one hour, and for several successive 
days),'. — A kind of stitching pain in the joints, after taking cold,'. — Draw- 
ing in the fingers, soles, and toes,'. — Very transient drawing pain in the 
right index finger and in the left second toe,'. — Pressive pain in the arms 
and thighs,'. — Crawling in the arms and legs, as if they would go to sleep 
(after five days),'. 

Superior Extremities.— TremhVmg of the right arm if he holds 
anything at arm's length,'. — Convulsions in the left arm (which is weaker) 
up and down, after some exertion, followed by great heaviness of the arm; 
then a kind of rumbling along down in the muscles, extending into the 
bone, as from the crawling of a njouse, with which the twitches disappear,'. 
— [1010.] The left arm is at times spasmodically flexed,'. — Great heavi- 
ness and weakness of the arms,'. — Waking, with inclination to cramp in 
the arms, and crawling in them, as if gone to sleep, before midnight,^ — 
Dull tearings in the arms and hands,'. — Drawing pains in the bones of the 
arm at night, which do not allow him to sleep,'. — Drawing pain in the 
muscles of the arm,". — Single stitches in the arm, extending into the left 
side of the chest,'. — Severe tearing in the arm and hand, extending into 
the back,'. — Loss of power in the right arm, almost like paralysis, with 
feeling of stiflTness, especially when writing,". — Weakness of the right arm, 
with a troublesome crawling in front of both shoulders,^ — [1020.] Heavi- 
ness in the right arm, a sensation like that left by a severe blow upon the 
thick part of the forearm,'. — Drawing in the right arm, which seems heavy 
as if paralyzed (after fourteen days),'. — Pressive pain in the right arm,'. — 
A slow tearing stitch in the right arm from the shoulder, extending 'into 
the hand (after an hour and a quarter),*. — The left arm is inclined to be- 
come stiff", at night in sleep, which wakes him,'. — Stiffness of the left 


arm, when raising it above the head and holding it upright for a long 
time ; it seems as if the blood flowed back into it, together with pain in 
the right side of the chest, as from contraction of the muscles,'. — Tearing in 
the left arm and shoulder-joint,'. — Shoulder. Stiffness of the shoulders,'. 
— Paralytic pain in the left shoulder (nineteenth day),'. — The shoulder is 
painful the whole day, on moving the right arm (third day),'. — [1030.] 
The left shoulder pains as if dislocated, from morning till evening (second 
day),'. — At night, the arms pain in the shoulder-joint and in the elbow, as 
if asleep, which awakens her frequently ; in the morning after waking the 
pain was most severe,'. — A dull stitch in the left shoulder,'. — Goutlike 
drawings here and there in the shoulder, elbow, and wrist-joints, apparently 
increased by motion,'". — Pressure upon the shoulder,'. — Sharp stitches in the 
top of the shoulder, both right and left,'. — Tearing in the right shoulder, 
with bruised pain on the inner border of the right scapula, if she moves 
the right arm or turns the head to that side ; if she turns it to the left side 
the place feels tense, at 6 p.m. ; this is increased every half hour, and lasts 
a long time,'. — Tearing in the left shoulder-joint,'. — Pinching in the del- 
toid muscle, with feeling of coldness that ends in burning,". — Drawing pain 
in the deltoid muscle, extending to the clavicle, now in one, now in the 
other arm,'". — [1040.] Drawing-cutting in the right deltoid muscle,^ — 
Stitches in the deltoid muscles if she carries anything,'.^Stic.king-burning in 
the axilla,'. — Dull stitches near the axillae, extending towards the breast,'. 
— A.rni. Burning on the outer surface of the left upper arm,'. — Drawing 
pain in the hone of the left upper arm,'. — Sticking pain in the left humerus, 
in the upper part near the head, extending from within outward,'. — At 
night she could scarcely rest in bed, on account of sticking pain in the right 
upper arm,'. — Stitching pain in the right uppet arm, on raising the arm,'. 
— Sharp stitches in the right upper arm, which disappear on rubbin-g,'. — - 
[1050.] Sharp stitches in the left upper arm near the shoulder,'. — Tearing 
in the bone of the left upper arm, extending into the elbow-joint, in which 
it is most painful,'. — Tearing in the left upper arm just below the shoulder- 
joint (immediately),'. — Intolerable tearing in the upper arm, especially in 
the shoulder-joint, at night when warm in bed,'. — The upper arm is painful 
in the flesh, as if bruised (after seven days),'. — JElbow. Quivering exter- 
nally on the elbow-joint, on leaning upon the arm (after three hours),'. — 
Pain in the bond of the left elbow, on stretching out the arm, as if a ten- 
don were too short,". — Boring in the tip of the left elbow, with a sensation 
as if it would force him to bend the arm, which it does not do, at 4 p.m.,'. 
— Drawing pain in the elbow-joints and in the forearms,'. — The elbow-joint 
is painful, as if he had bruised it,'". — [1060.] Bruised pain in the bend of 
the elbow and in the pectoral muscles, very much increased by external 
pressure,". — Forearm. Swelling in the forearm, as if on the periosteum, 
which only hurts when pressed,". — Slight trembling and twitching in the 
right forearm, while writing (second day),'. — Paralysis of the forearm ; he 
could scarcely raise it, on account of heaviness and stiff" sensation,'. — Burn- 
ing transversely across the forearm, close to the wrist,'. — Contractive pain 
in the muscles of the lower portion of the left forearm,'. — Boring and tear- 
ing in a small spot on the right forearm just below the elbow, as if in the 
bone, at 4 p.m.,'. — Drawing pain in the muscles of the lower portion of the 
left forearm,'. — Stitches on the inner surface of the right forearm along the 
tendons (after three-quarters of an hour),'. — Painful drawing stitches in 
the muscles on the lower portion of the right forearm,'. — [1070.] Tearings 
in the forearms,'. — Tearing in the bones of the forearm,'. — Tearings in the 


tendons of the right forearm^— Tearings in the left forearm from the 
elbow downward,'. — A throbbiug-teariug in the left forearm/.— Paralytic 
pain in the right u\na.,\— Wrist. Drawing pain in the wrist,\— Drawing 
pain in the bones of the wrist through the metacarpal bones into the little 
finger, where it is worst in the tip ; on stretching out the hand the pain is 
increased and the fingers are drawn involuntarily together ; after this the 
drawing extends from the bones of the wrist into the other fingers, and 
they all after awhile become bent, at times more, at times less,^— Drawing 
paiufulness in the left wrist from within outward,". — Pain, as if sprained 
or dislocated, in the right wrist (after eighteen days),'.— [1080.] A stick- 
ing pain, as if sprained, in the right wrist, when at work (after ten days),\ — 
A crawling stitch in the right wrist and in the second and third fingers,'.— 
Tearing in the right wrist/. — ^Very painful tearing on the back of the 
right wrist, extending into the middle finger, with sensation of pinching 
pain,*. — Hand. Swelling of the hands at night, with crawling in them,'. 
— Trembling of the hands (twenty-first day),^ — Loss of power of the hands 
in the room that was too warm,'. — Spasmodic weakness in the hand, in the 
morning on waking,'. — The hand goes to sleep, with crawling in it (after 
five days),'. — Great heaviness of the right hand,'.— [1090.] Paralytic sen- 
sation of the right hand for several weeks,'. — A tensive pain, as if sprained, 
transversely across the left hand, on moving it (after twenty-six hours),'.^ 
Spasmodic sensation in the hands,'.— Jerking stitches in the muscles of the 
left hand, transversely across the back, on moving the arm (after nine 
hours),'. — ^Tearings in the hands and fingers (after twenty-four hours),'. — ■ 
Tearing in the hand, in the metacarpal bones of the right and left thumb,'. 
— Tearing in the inner margin of the right hand, extending towards the 
little finger, as if in the bone,*. — Sensation of fulness in the inner por- 
tion of the left hand, when grasping anything,'. — Tearing on the back, 
now of one, now of the other hand,'.— -Stitches in the left palm, with crawl- 
ing in the fingers,*. — Fingers. [1100.] Small twitchings of the fingers 
when writing (fourth day),'. — Drawing-twitching in the left fingers,'". — 
Numbness and loss of sensation in the fingei-s, with tension in them,'. — The 
fingers frequently become dead, especially in the morning,'. — The fingers 
seem dead ; they become icy cold, white, and without sensation,'". — Pain 
under the finger nails, when touched,'.— Burning in the tips of the fingers,'. 
■ — Shooting-burning pain in the joints of the fingers (after thirty-two 
hours),". — The knuckles of the last joints of the fingers are tense on bend- 
ing the fingers, in the forenoon,'. — Pain, as if crushed, in the tips of the 
fingers, as if they would burst, now in one, now in the other hand (after 
three hours),'". — [1110,] Pain, as if crushed, in the tip of the right little 
finger,*. — -Drawing pains in the finger-joints,'^. — Drawing pain from the right 
wrist into the fingers,'. — Drawing pains in the joints of the little finger,'". 
— Severe burning-pressive pain under the finger nails, but when touched a 
pain as from suppuration,'. — Stitches in the little finger, which then extend 
farther upward, like knife-stitches, with apprehension and an aching about 
the heart (tenth day),'. — Tearing in the fingers,*. — Tearing in the joints of 
the right index finger, which are also painful to pressure (fourth day),*. — 
Tearing in the tips of all the fingers of the right and left hand, with trem- 
bling of the hands,'. — Tearing in the left middle finger, with pinching pain, 
at 3 P.M.,*. — [1120,] Transient tearing in the left index finger,'. — Throb- 
bing pain, as from an ulcer, in the first joint of the right thumb,*. — Elec- 
tric-like shocks shoot several times from the abdomen to the fingers, and 


draw them bent,^". — Crawling in the left ring finger, with twitching in the 
inner side of the upper arm,°. 

Inferior JExtremities.— Objective. Varices on the legs/. — 
Unsteadiness of the limbs, as in drunkenness ; he totters from side to side, 
and it seems that he staggers even more than he really does, when walk- 
ing, without vertigo,'. — Trembling of the legs when beginning to ascend 
(e. g., on a ladder), which ceases when he stands and works,'. — Trembling 
and shaking of the legs, as from a chill, when walking or standing in the 
open air ; it disappears in the room (after one hour),l — Muscular twitch- 
ings in both legs,'. — Weariness in the legs, especially in the lower legs and 
knees ; he constantly wants to rest when walking, from afternoon till even- 
ing,^ — [1130,] Excessive weariness of the legs, in the morning, in bed, on 
waking, which disappears after rising,'. — Painful weakness in the leg, in 
the upper and lower leg, when walking,'. — Subjective. Slight falling 
asleep of the legs,'. — Very painful heaviness in the legs,'. — Uneasiness in 
the legs, in the evening, so severe that she could not sit still,'. — Uneasiness 
in the left leg, at night ; she did not know where she could put it,'. — Dis- 
tressing uneasiness in both limbs, in the morning, in bed, lasting one hour,^. 
■ — Drawing in the right leg, with pain in the throat, in the evening,'. — • 
Drawing pain in the legs, as if in the bones,'. — Severe drawing and tear- 
ing, during a storm, in both legs, extending from the toes up into the 
thigh,'. — [1140.] Pain, as if sprained or paralyzed, in the muscles of the 
leg (in the afternoon and evening),'.- — A slow tearing stitch in the leg, ex- 
tending from the ankle to the knee, ajid thence to the hip, though not in 
the knee itself (after a quarter of an hour),^ — Sharp slow stitches in the 
legs, first from the hip-joiut, and then from the patella downward, more 
painful during rest than when walking (after two hours),'. — Bruised pain 
in the upper and loiver legs, in the morning, in bed,^. — Severe crawling in 
the upper and lower legs, and also in the feet,'. — Hip. Prickling-burning 
pain in the region of the hip,^ — Pinching and twinging in the region of 
the hip, above the articulation, as if the muscles were seized with pincers, 
with a cold sensation that ends in burning, even when at rest,^ — Severe 
pinching pain in the region of the hip,'. — Pressive pain above the articula- 
tion of the hip, not aggravated by motion,'. — A drawing-pressive pain in the 
hip, when sitting and walking,'. — [1150.] Pain, as if sprained, dislocated, 
or wrenched, paroxysmal in the left hip-joint, so that he walked lame for 
a few steps ; appearing and disappearing suddenly,'". — Stitches in the left 
hip, as if in the bone,'. — Dull stitches in the hip-joint, extending tow'ards 
the abdomen, every two minutes, lasting two hours (tenth day),'. — Tearing 
in the articulation of the hip-joint,^ — Tearing in the hip-joint and down 
the whole leg, when sitting and walking (after ten hours),'. — Tearing in 
tlie left hip, as if in the bone, during rest and motion ; on pressure, a bruised 
pain,". — Thigh. Muscular twitchings in the left thigh, above the knee,'. 
— Sensation of excessive weariness in the upper part of the thigh, from 
without inward, worse when the limb is at rest, when it compels him to 
move the leg constantly back and forth,l — Weakness of the thighs, with 
want of breath,'. — The thighs feel paralyzed when sitting or walking,^ — 
[1160.] Sudden heat internally in the left thigh,'. — Tension in the bend 
of the right thigh, in the morning, on rising and on bending the knee 
(nineteenth day),". — Stitches in the left thigh (immediately),'. — Frequent 
stitches in the bend of the right thigh,". — A stitch in the left thigh, extend- 
ing up to the chest, in the evening, when walking,'. — A severe needle-like 
stitch on the outer surface of the right thigh, just above the knee (after 


one hour and a half ),'.— Tearing in the middle of the left thigh, which 
disappears on rising from sitting/.— Paralytic tearing on the outer surface 
of the right thigh/.— A scraping-tearing in the left thigh/.— Soreness in 
the upper part between the legs/.— [1170.] Painful soreness on the upper 
inner portion of the female thighs, where they touch when walking,'.— 
Pain in the nates, when sitting, as if bruised or numb,^— Trembling or 
throbbing sensation, like a painful tingling, in the flesh of the thigh,^— 
Jerking pain in the thighs, from the nates downward (after five days),^— 
Knee. * bracking of the knees. when ivalking,\ — Painful cracking in the 
knee, when walking, as if it would be broken or sprained.^ — ^Stiffness in 
the left knee when walking,\—Mff pain in the patella when rising,'.— Weari- 
ness of the knee-joint, worse when ascending steps than when walking on a 
level,'. — Extreme weariness of the knee-joint and heaviness of the foot, 
after walking,^— [1180.] Weakness of the knees, so that they knock 
under,'. — * Tensive pain and stiffness in the hollow of the knee when walk- 
ing,^. — *A tension in the hollows of the knees when sitting or beginning to 
walk, relieved by continued walking,'^. — Painful boring in the yight knee, at 
times with a bruised pain on pressing upon it, which continues a long 
time,^ — Severe boring in the right knee, with bruised pain on pressing 
upon it/. — Drawings in the knee-joint,'. — Drawing pain in the knees, as if 
weary from walking, worse when extending the knees than when bending 
them,\ — Drawing and jerking pain in the left patella,". — At first a draw- 
ing, then a jerking pain in the knee,'.— A stitch in the knee when at work 
(after ten days),'. — [1190.] Tearing in the right knee (after forty-eight 
hours),'. — Tearing in the left knee, and thence downward through the toes 
(after two hours),'. — Tearing on the outer side of the left knee,l — Tearing 
and stitching in the knee, so that he could not step, and at night so that 
he could not sleep on account of it/. — ^Tearing in the patella at night, on 
account of which she did not sleep the whole night,'. — Drawing-tearing in 
the knee, extending thence into the ankles, in the evening,'.— Sore pain in 
the knee,'. — Pain, as from an ulcer, externally in the knee, which extends 
to the thigh (after fourteen days)/. — Beatings in the tendons above the 
bend of the left knee (after one hour),*. — Jerking in the left knee in the 
afternoon, which soon disappears,'. — Lef/. [1200.] Sensation of heaviness in 
the lower legs and feet at night, in bed/. — Aching of the legs Rafter the large 
flow of urine),'*. — Drawing pain in the lower leg,'. — Cramplike drawing 
down the whole of the outer side of the right lower leg, when sitting or stand- 
ing,'. — Tearing on the outer portion of the left lower leg, from the knee down- 
ward, when sitting; on rising from sitting, the pain extends into the hip-joint; 
when walking or pressing upon it, there is a bruised pain in the hip, which 
does not disappear when sitting,'. — Dull tingling gone-to-sleep sensation in 
both lower legs and knees, in the morning (fourth day),'. — Pain, as from a 
blow, on the right tibia/. — A hard pressure in the leg down along the tibia,'. 
— A burning-tearing in the tibia,'. — Tension in the right calf, as if some one 
forcibly contracted the skin, during rest and motion, in the evening, from 
7 to 8,'. — [1210,] Contraction in the right calf, during rest and motion,'. — 
Cramp in the calf in the morning, in bed (after twenty hours),'. — Cramp in 
the calves at night,'. — Drawing in the calf, with a sensation as though the 
right leg were too short, when rising from sitting and when walking,'. — 
Intermitting stitches in the left calf (nineteenth day),'. — Tearing in the 
calf and on the back of the foot,'. — Tearing down the left calf, not relieved 
by rubbing' (after one hour),'. — Tearing from the outer portion of the right 
calf to the outer margin of the foot, worse on moving the foot or toes,'. — 


"^Severe tearing in the tendons beneath the right calf,'. — A bruised pain in the 
right calf, which extends upward into and about the knee, the whole fore- 
noon (second day),^ — [1220.] Crawling and prickling in the left calf, as 
if it would go to sleep (after three-quarters of an hour),". — Crawling in the 
left calf, extending to the bend of the knee (after a quarter of an hour),'. 
— Tearing in the left tendo Achillis, when sitting,*. — Ailh'le, Stiffness in 
the ankle,^. — Pain, as if weary or paralyzed, in the ankle, when sitting after 
walking; it immediately disappears when she walks again,'. — Drawing in 
the ankle (after twelve hours),'". — Drawing pain in the ankle when sitting, 
with sensation on stepping as if the leg would bend under,^ — Pain, as if 
sprained, in the ankle, if she made a false step or bent it from side to side, 
when there is also cracking in the joint,'. — Pain, as if sprained or as if it 
would be broken, in the ankle when walking,'. — Tearing in the outer mal- 
leolus, in the evening,". — Ifoot. [1230.] Swelling, especially of the an- 
terior part of the foot, late in the evening, with heat, burning sensation, 
and internal itching, as if it were frozen ; on external pressure it is painful, 
as if suppurating,'. — Weakness of the feet in the morning, so that he can 
scarcely stand (second day),'. — The feet go to sleep when sitting or lying,^ 
— Cramp in the feet (after four and eleven days),'. — Cramp in the foot on 
stretching it out,'. — Drawing in the right foot in the evening,'. — Tearing 
in the inner margin of the foot, even in the morning, in bed,^ — Tearing in 
the inner margin of the right ibot,°. — Tearing in the ball of the foot, be- 
hind the great toe,°. — Drawing in the tendons of the right instep, which 
extends into the great toe, where it is only felt on motion,^ — [1240.] Pres- 
sure on the back of the foot,'. — Tearing in the back of the left foot,'. — 
Burning in the soles,'. — Cramp in the right sole and tendo Achillis on 
stretching them out,'. — Aching in the soles of the feet, like a disease of a 
a nerve,'. — Crawling in both soles, as if there was something living in them,'. 
— A tingling burning-crawling in the soles,'. — Numbn^ess and pithiness of 
the heel when stepping,'. — Tension in the heel and tendo Achillis (after 
twenty days),'. — Sudden tearing in the right heel,'. — [1250.] Crawling and 
itching in the right heel, as if it would go to sleep, obliging her to scratch, 
after which it disappears,'. — Toes. Pain, as from inflammation, behind 
the nail of the great toe,'. — Pain in the great toe, as if burnt,'. — '^A crawl- 
ing-burning in the ball of the great toe,'. — ^Severe pressive pain on the pos- 
terior joint of the great toe,^. — Fine stitches in the great toe,'. — A long 
stitch in the great toe,'. — Severe needle-like stitches in the ball of the great 
toe, during rest and motion,'. — * Violent burning stitches in the ball of the 
great toe,". — A piercing-burning stitch beneath the nail of the left great 
toe,'. — [1260.] Violent tearing in the left great toe towards the tip,'. — 
Violent tearing in the great toe,'. — Pain in the great toe, as if suppurat- 
ing,'. — Crawling in the ball of the great toe,'. — A burning-tearing behind 
the nails of the first and second toes,'. — Suppuration of the nail, a burrow- 
ing-burning pain near the nail of the left great toe, with proud flesh (after 
three days),'. — Violent stitches in a corn on the little toe,'.— Tearing on 
the outer side of the little toe,'. — Tearing on the outer margin of the right 
little toe,'. — Burning- tearing in both little toes,'.— [1270.] Boring and burn- 
ing pain in a corn,'. 

General S(/niptoms,~ObjecHve. Spasm; in the evening, in a 
room, he felt in the head as though he were turning involuntarily hither and 
thither, with which he was dizzy and apprehensive ; the face pale, with heat 
over the whole body; all this disappeared when he went into the open air 
(twenty-ninth day),'.— Attack of spasm ; when slumbering in the evening, 


in bed, he felt that he could not move the tongue well, rose up, cried out, 
but fell back again, stretched out the arms and legs, then he moved them ; 
the eyes were distorted, he gnashed his teeth, together with flow of saliva 
from the mouth and icy coldness ; after a quarter of an hour his conscious- 
ness returned, but with it great anxiety, which returned after three-quar- 
ters of an hour, with transient thoughts and lolling tongue, all of which 
was relieved by a swallow of cold water,'. — Attack of spasm ; in the morn- 
ing, in bed, heat ; after rising, he felt cold in the arm in which he had the 
first jerk, with severe twitchings in the upper part of the body, in the trunk, 
and in the arms, with, however, undiminished consciousness, only with ap- 
prehensiveness (after thirteen days),'. — Frequent starting up (fourth and 
fifth nights),'. — Muscular twitches in one or another part of the body,'. — 
Tremulous^. — Trembling and apprehensiveness after supper,'. — Trembling 
of the whole body in the morning, on waking,'. — General trembling,'. — 
[1380.] Laxity and almost irresistible sleepiness,^ — Stiffness of all the 
joints if she did not move for a quarter of an. hour, when sitting or lying, 
so that she had difiiculty on beginning to walk again,'. — Languor, depres- 
sion (after the large flow of urine),". — Weariness, with sweat on walking 
(after forty-eight hours),'. — After walking in the open air, weariness, with 
disinclination to work (after six hours),'. — Weariness after walking a 
little, so that he could not move his legs,". — Weariness in the morning, in 
bed, as if he would fall asleep again, disappearing after rising,'. — Weari- 
ness, with anxiety,'. — Great weariness at noon, which was relieved on 
walking in the open air,'. — Weary, prostrated, and sick feeling in the 
whole body, especially in the evening, as if a severe illness were imminent,'. 
— [1290.] Very weary ; he could not rest a limb,'. — Very weary and not 
cheerful in the morning, on rising ; she was obliged to sit down to rest while 
dressing ; after some time she became cheerful,'. — Very weary in the even- 
ing ; she is obliged ^o lie down, but cannot sleep until 1 o'clock on account 
of wakefulness ; the legs ache as if heavy,'. — Tremulous weakness and pal- 
pitation after a stool,'. — Very weak, and soon exhausted after a slight 
effort,'. — Faintlike sinking of the strength,^ — Attacks of faintness after lying 
down in bed (after twelve hours),'. — He feels suddenly as though he would 
fall, without vertigo,'. — On walking in the open air, he suddenly fell with- 
out consciousness, but immediately arose again (after one hour),'. — Uneasi- 
ness of the whole body, especially of the head, like a painless burrowing, 
for several days, at different times,'. — [1300.] Uneasiness at night, in bed, 
with violent, very anxious weeping and indistinct talking,'. — * Uneasiness 
of the body, with anxiety about the heart, ivhile sitting ; she was obliged to rise 
and walk about,^. — Uneasiness on rising from sitting and when walking,'. — 
Can find no quiet place ; every part hurts as if bruised,'. — *At night he can 
get no quiet position ; he cannot lie still a moviiGr)X,\— Subjective. 
Internal trembling sensation,'. — Numbness and deadness of all the soft 
parts of the whole left side of the body, even in the foot and head, as if 
there was no blood in the skin,'.— With uneasiness in the blood and anx- 
iety of mind, she suddenly became so sick and weak that she could neither 
stand nor walk, but was obliged to lie down,'. — Wherever she takes hold 
of herself, it burns,'. — Pinching pain here and there in the body,'. — [1310.] 
Pinching pain here and there in the body and various portions of the 
skin,'.— Drawing in severa] parts of the body, which increases to tearings,'. 
—Drawing pain, especially above the knees,'.— Sticking paiu in nearly all 
portions of the body (first days),'.— Transient sticking or contractive pains, 
now here, now there (after the cessation of menstruation),'. — Slight stitch- 


ing here and there in the body/. — *Tearwgs, especially in the joints, and 
from them through various hones in the body, sometimes in several at once; the 
pain was not aggravated by external pressure,^. — Bruised pain iu the whole 
body, especially in the arms, when sitting, which disappears on working and 
in the open air (after twelve days),\ — *At night the side, hip, and thigh upon 
which he lay were sore, as if bruised or as if pressed ; he was frequently obliged 
to turn over,^. — Every portion of the body which he touches is painlul, as 
if bruised,". — [1320.] The whole right side of the body feels bruised,^ — 
The primary action seems to appear later than in other antipsoric reme- 

Shin. — Objective. Red spot above the upper lip, which seems 
cracked and causes a burning pain (fifth day),\ — Large red spot on the 
penis,'. — Spotted skin, full of dark-red veins, on the upper and lower legs,^ 
— A red painful spot upon the tibia, which extends along the length of the 
leg, and itches when healing,'. — JEh^njitions, Dry. Old brown liver- 
spots become elevated, with corrosive itching,'". — Eruption of the size of the 
head of a pin, with a hollow tip, without moisture, on the forehead, neck, 
shoulder-blades, arms, lower abdomen, especially ou the thighs and in the 
hollows of the knees; they itch, especially in the warmth of the bed, with 
burning after scratching ; when not warm they are scarcely noticeable in 
the skin, of a whitish color, on scratching soon become prominent, and 
after scratching leave behind a red spot with a large areola, for five days 
(after sixteen hours),'. — Eruption in the face}. — Fine eruption in the face, 
more felt than seen,". — [1330.] Papulous eruption on various portions of 
the body, with gnawing corrosive itching, which burns after scratching,". — 
Papulous eruption between the eyebrows, above the nose,'. — Papulous erup- 
tion on the left cheek, with severe itching,'. — Papulous eruption near the 
left lip,'. — ^Papulous eruption in the left corner of the mouth, with crawl- 
ing-sticking,'. — Tetter on the lower lip,'. — Itching tetter ou the back of the 
ring finger,'. — Itching tetter on the nates (after six days),'. — Rash on the 
neck, between the scapulae, and on the back, with itching,'.— Severe itch- 
ing nettlerash, especially of the thighs, just above the knees (after twelve 
days),'. — [1340.] Pimples of the size of a hazelnut under the skin ou the 
right side of the body, on the chest, arm, back, and bend of the elbow, 
with stitching pain on touch and a sore pain ou hard pressure (after 
twenty-four days) ; afterwards they are painful, and sting, even when not 
touched, but are not increased by touch,'. — A pimple behind the ears,'. — 
Eruption of pimples at the root of the nose,". — Eruption of pimples on the 
tip of the nose,^. — Small pimples beneath the left corner of the mouth, last- 
ing twenty-four hours,'. — A tensive pimple on the neck,'. — Small itching 
pimples on the forearms,'. — A pimple on the right thumb, without sensa- 
tion,'. — An eruption of pimples on the index finger, which become warts,'. 
— Eruptions, JHoist. Eruption like chicken-pox in an infant,'. — 
[1350,] *An excessively itching and moist tetter on the neck}. — Burning ves- 
icles in the face, which, when touched, exude a corrosive water ; afterwards 
they dry up to a scurf,'". — Vesicular eruption in the right corner of the 
mouth, which pains when eating,'. — Vesicles under the prepuce, which be- 
come suppurating ulcers,'. — Excoriated vesicles on the heels, which grad- 
ually disappear, with much itching,'. — Large blisters on the chest and 
back, with anxiety of the chest and fever, consisting of chill, heat, and 
sweat,'.^ — Large painful blisters on the left side of the chest and back, 
which become flattened ; with great fever,,heat, sweat, and anxiety,'. — A 
blister on the calf an inch and a half in diameter, almost painless ; it dis- 


charges water for two days, and the spot heals without suppuration,'. — 
Large blisters on the feet from rubbing them somewhat,^ — JEruptions, 
Pustular, Red pimples on the left side of the forehead, the left temple, 
on the nose, and on the middle of the chin, filled with pus, stinging when 
touched, and when healing covered with scurf,'. — [1360.] Large painful 
boil near the anas, discharging pus and blood, making one very sick,'. 
—On the chin, near the lower lip, a boil, with red areola (after twenty- 
seven hours),'. — A boil upon the back,'. — Ulcers. An ulcer, with burn- 
ing pain, on the inside of the upper lip,'. — Ulceration of the tip of the 
thumb,'. — The heel was ulcerated,'. — An ulcer (on the lower leg) is sur- 
rounded by a red areola, which is hard, and discharges more blood than 
pus, of an offensive odor ; the pain makes him sleepless at night,'. — Cuta- 
neous wounds that had almost healed open again and discharge matter,'. 
— Subjectwe, Creeping in the skin, as from ants,'. — Itching over the 
whole body,^. — [1370.] Itching over the whole body at night, with dry 
heat,'. — Itching over the whole body, with redness like scarlet rash, with 
many vesicles ; the itching is not relieved by scratching,^ — Itching, espe- 
cially in the hollow of the right knee (after three days),". — Itching in vari- 
ous portions of the body,l — Itching in various portions of the body, re- 
lieved by scratching,'. — Itching here and there, especially on the head and 
in the face,®. — Stitchlike itching over the skin,'. — Soreness, as if excori- 
ated, on the thigh, on the upper inner portion near the scrotum, with itch- 
ing, and, after rubbing, smarting (after forty hours),'. — Crawling and 
sticking in the left great toe, as if it would go to sleep,^ — Crawling in the 
skin of the right forearm, relieved by rubbing,'. — [1380.] Tickling of the 
toes, as if they had been frozen,'. — Severe tickling in the sole of the right 
foot, so that she could not scratch it enough,'. — Itching on the head, on the 
nose, and on the chin,'. — Itching above the eyes,'. — Itching on both eye- 
brows, on the left malar bone, on the temples, and the ears, relieved by 
scratching,'. — Itching on the lobule of the ear, as from a small tetter,'. — 
Itching in the nose,'. — ItrMng of the tip and imngs oj the nose,^. — Much 
itching on the nose, chin, and throat, below the ears,'. — Severe itching on 
the nose,'. — [1390.] Burning-itching near the nose,'. — Itching in the face^. 
—Corrosive itching in the face, with rush of blood to it, with heat and red- 
ness, followed by an eruption of many small red pimples,'". — Itching about 
the mouth,'. — Itching in the palms, and after scratching itching vesicles 
appear,'. — Itching in both hips,^. — Itching in the scrotum and on the skin 
of the penis,''. — The scrotum itches and sweats,'. — Severe itching about the 
breasts,'. — Itching in the skin of the back (after ten hours),". — [1400.] 
Itching in the back and some sweat,'. — Much itching on the hack and on 
the calves,'. — A fine sticking-itching, as from fleas, that obliges him to 
scratch, on the back, shoulders, arras, and thighs, but especially on the 
backs of the fingers,', — Itching of the arms,^. — Itching (sometimes with 
burning after scratching) and itching pimples and vesicles on the fore- 
arms,'. — Itching in both hands,'. — Itching on the back of the left hand,'".— 
Much itching of the palms,'. — A stitchlike itching on the index finger,'. — 
Itching in the left index finger, and after scratching a burning-itching 
pimple,'. — [1410.] Itching between the fingers,'. — Itching on the last and 
middle joints of the fingers of the left hand,'.— Itching on the nates and 
back of the thighs,'. — A sticking-itching on the right nates,'. — Itching of 
the thighs,'. — A sticking-itching of the thigh towards the outer part,". — 
Much itching of the patella,'. — Itching on the legs,'". — Severe itching on 
the back of the foot (after sixteen days),'. — Much itching on the backs of the 


jeei^. — [1420.] Voluptuous itching of the last joint of the great toe, during 
rest and motion ,\ 

Sleef) find Dreams. — Sleepiness. Yaivning and stretching of the 
limbs frequently,^". — Ymviiing and stretching at night,^. — Frequent yawning 
in the forenoon and afternoon,^ — Excessive yawning the whole evening, 
without sleepiness (after twelve hours),'". — Excessive frequent yawning, 
which often preceded intermitting hiccough, from 11 A.m. to 3 p.m.,1 — 
Sleepiness, especially when sitting, though also when walking,". — (h^eat 
sleepiness, so that he could scarcely resist it, and was obliged to lie doivn, even 
when busy,^. — Unusual sleepiness in the afternoon,'". — Unusual inclination 
to sleep ; she was obliged to sleep every hour, but the sleep did not refresh 
her,". — [1430.] Very weary, with sleep during the day,'. — Very drowsy iu 
the morning (after nine days),'. — He falls asleep while conversing,^ — He 
sleeps after dinner, and becomes sleepy early in the evening (after three 
days),". — After dinner he was obliged to lie down and sleep, contrary to his 
habit,*. — Long sleep in the morning,". — She sleeps longer than usual, and 
can scarcely be awakened in the morning (after three days),'. — Sleep- 
lessness. Loss of sleep at night, on account of dry heat,'. — Frequent 
waking from sleep without cause,'. — At night frequent waking, with slight 
sweat all over, which increased on waking,'. — [1440.] He awoke every 
night (in winter) about 4 o'clock, and could hardly ever sleep again,'. — 
He awoke every night at 2 o'clock, and then could not sleep again,'. — Sleep 
until midnight, then he could not fall asleep again on account of bruised 
pain iu the whole body, for three nights,'. — * Very uneasy all night ; when 
she had slept a short time, she was awakened by great anxiety and uneasiness, 
ivhich scarcely allowed her to remain fere minutes in one place ; she was then 
obliged to sit up ; she turned her head involuntarily from one side to the other, 
until being exhausted she fell asleep again (after twelve days),'. — Very un- 
easy, with frequent crying in sleep, for sixteen nights in succession,'. — ■ 
Starting up in fi-ight w'hen asleep,'. — Frequent starting up in fright from 
sleep (third and twelfth days),' '. — She frequently starts up and cries out 
in sleep,'. — She was obliged to turn constantly at night, and had slight 
sweat iu the morning,'. — *He makes many motions with his arms and legs, at 
night in sleep,^. — [1450.] Loud laughing in sleep (first day),^ — He talks 
aiter midnight in a whining way in his sleep, " Come here, come here," and 
then sleeps so quietly that one could not hear him breathe,'. — Dreams. 
Many dreams at night,'. — Many confused dreams,'. — Laughs aloud in his 
dream,'. — Dreams at first merry, then confused historical dreams, at night 
(first night),^ — Lewd dreams the whole night,'. — Voluptuous lewd dreams 
of beautiful girls, with emissions (first and second days),*. — Sad dreams of 
dead acquaintances,*. — Anxious dreams,'. — [1460.] Fretfid dreams,^. — Fret- 
ful dreams, vividly remembered (fifth day),". — Dreams full of strife, with 
uneasy sleep at night (first night),'. — Frightful dreams, from which he is 
awakened, and on account of anxiety, which they cause, he cannot fall 
asleep again (twenty-first day),'. 

Fever. — Chilliness. Shivering over the whole body in a room, last- 
ing five minutes,*. — Shivering over the whole body as often as he lays down 
the left hand, after motion,*. — Shivering, with gooseflesh the whole day, as 
often as she goes into the open air,*. — Shivering every time on wakingfrom 
sleep at night,'. — Shivering, with gooseflesh, and urging to stool, which is 
very soft, accompanied by painful pinching in the whole abdomen, followed 
by general chill, with external coldness, which soon disappeared in the 
room, where it is replaced by sensation of internal warmth in the head,*. — 

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With increasing pain in the stomach she shivers,'. — [1470.] Very sensitive 
to the cold air (after ten days)/. — Very sensitive to a draft ; it is very un- 
pleasant, and causes pressive pains,". — Greater sensitiveness to the free air 
(in May than in winter),'. — Takes cold very easily, even from a transient 
draft, together with chilliness over the whole body,'. — Chilliness and yawn- 
ing,*. — Chilliness in various parts of the body,'. — Chilliness over the whole 
body, in the open not cold air,'. — Chilliness towards morning, when asleep,'. 
— Chilliness after a meal,'". — Chilliness, with hot face, after eating,'. — 
[1480.] At 4 P.M., first chilliness, with creeping in the legs up into the 
back, with weariness, lasting three hours, followed by sweat, without heat 
or thirst,'. — Much internal chilliness the whole day (first week),'. — He is 
always either chilly or in a sweat,'. — Febrile chill, lasting one hour, fol- 
lowed by heat in the forehead,'. — Shivering chill over the whole body, with- 
out thirst and without subsequent heat,'. — Shaking chill over the whole 
body in the open air, which disappears in the room, at 7 p.M.,^ — -Shaking 
chill over the whole body, with gooseflesh, lasting two minutes,'. — ^Transient 
shaking chill over the whole body,'. — Severe shaking chill in a warm room, 
lasting a quarter of an hour,'. — Severe internal chill about midnight, espe- 
cially in the arms and legs, with cutting pain in the back, followed bygeur 
eral sweat, with tingling and heaviness of the head ; was obliged to remain 
lying until noon (twenty-ninth day),'. — [1490.] Coldness in the open air, 
after dinner,'. — Frequent internal coldness, with cold hands and feet,'. — 
Chill the first half of the night, followed by heat, and towards morning 
moist skin, after which there was for the first time some rest and sleep (third 
day),'. — He feels feverish ; at one time chilliness, at another heat in the 
face,'. — Shivering over the whole of the right side of the body,'. — Sudden 
shivering from the face, extending over the chest down to the knee,'. — 
Shivering, extending from the face down along the back as far as the knee,'. 
■ — Shivering in the neck, extending into the brain, in the evening,'. — Con- 
tinual febrile shivering along the back,'. — Some attacks of shivering in the 
back, extending over almost the whole of the abdomen, without heat dur- 
ing or afterwards,'. — [1500.] Frequent shivering, now in the upper arm, 
now in the leg, now over the w-hole body,'. — Sensation of shivering, extend- 
ing from the right temple through the forehead, where it becomes a throb- 
bing,'. — The whole of the left side of the body is cold and gone to sleep,'. 
— Coldness of the whole of the left side of the body,'. — Sensation as if cold 
water was running from the right clavicle across the chest down to the toes 
in a small stream, lasting two minutes,'. — Sensation as of a cold wind blow- 
ing upon the middle of the spine between the shoulder-blades ; this part 
remains cold even by a warm stove,'.— Cold and stiff sensation in the right 
forearm and fingers ; he could not get the arm warm even by the hot stove,'. 
— Coldness of the hands, which extends up the left arm to the elbow,'.— 
Coldness of the hands and feet,'l — Painful coldness of the hands and soles 
of the feet,'.— [1510.] Cold feet;' ".—Always very cold ket,K—JIeat. After 
walking, flushes of heat and discomfon (after four hours),'. — Heat for two 
hours every evening, beginning at 6 (seventh week),'. — After walking slowly 
in the open air, he is very much heated and much excited,'. — Falls asleep 
late in the evening, on account of great heat of the body,'. — Much orgasm 
of blood (first day),'. — Sensation of rising heat in the head, with sweat in 
the palms in the room, after a chill,'. — Internal warmth in the forehead 
and in the back, as if sweat would break out, which soon disappears,'. — 
Warmth and redness of the face, after eating,'. — [1520.] Much heat in the 
face and eyes, after eating (after eight days,), \~8we(lt. Frequent attacks 


of sweat over the whole body,^ — In the morning he lay in a sweat/. — 
Sweat when walking in the afternoon, with great weariness,'. — Sweat at 
night,^ — Night-sweat for two nights in succession (after thirty-six hours),\ 
— Night-sweat for several nights in succession (after eleven clays),^ — Gen- 
eral sweat at night, with uneasy sleep,'. — He awoke about 4 a.m., with pro- 
fuse sweat all ever the body, without thirst ; this continued twenty-four 
hours,''.- — Profuse sweat when walking in the open air^. — [1530.] * Sour-smell- 
ing night-sweat all over (after twenty-six days),\ — Moisture over the whole 
body, without heat and without thirst, followed by general gradual cool- 
ness, with yawning and stretching of the arms,*. — Sweat on the back and 
abdomen, after long-continued walking,^ 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), On waking, anxiety ; con- 
fusion of head, etc.; on rising from bed, vertigo; on stooping, vertigo ; 
dizzy, etc. ; on waking, pain in top of head ; after rising, beating, etc., in 
vertex ; dryness, etc., of eyes ; pressure in eyes ; difficult opening of eyes ; 
sensation in lids ; after waking, pain in right inner canthus ; itching in 
eyeball ; when blowing nose, obscuration of eyes ; after waking, dim vision ; 
stopped sensation in ears ; re-echoing in ear ; swelling of nose ; blood blown 
■from nose; frequent sneezing; tearing in roots of teeth; teeth, etc., sensi- 
tive; pain in teeth; hawking of mucus ; dryness of throat; on waking, 
pressure in throat ; thirst ; nausea ; soon after rising, pain in stomach ; on 
waking, cramp in stomach ; pressure in stomach ; in bed, griping about um- 
bilicus ; pain in abdomen ; pressive pain in abdomen ; stitches in right side 
of abdomen; cuttftig colic; erections, etc. ; after coition, frequent erec- 
tions; ^-hoarseness, etc.; voice stopped; * cough; *hollow cough; hoarse 
cough ; on waking, dry cough ; shortness of breath ; sensation in chest ; 
rawness in chest; in bed, rushing in left chest; palpitation, etc. ; pain in 
arms ; on waking, weakness in hand ; fingers become dead ; in bed, on 
waking, weariness of legs ; in bed, uneasiness in both limbs ; bruised pain in 
legs; sensation in lower legs, etc.; on rising, tension in bend of thigh; in 
bed, cramp in calf; weakness of feet ; on waking, trembling, etc. ; in bed, 
attack of spasm ; in bed, weariness ; on rising, very weary ; drowsy; sweat. 
— {Forenoon), Pain in all the teeth ; dryness of mouth ; accumulation of 
saliva; sore throat; waterbrash ; erections; cough; on deep respiration, 
stitches in chest ; on waking, trembling ; pain in calf. — {Afternoon), *From 
4 o'clock till evening, burning, etc., of eyes ; throbbing in forehead ; pain 
in teeth ; oflPensive taste ; nausea ; nausea, etc. ; stitches in hepatic region ; 
pressure in abdomen ; oppression of chest ; weariness in legs ; pain in 
muscles of leg; jerking in left knee; 4 o'clock, chilliness, etc.; when walk- 
ing, sweat ; towards evening, pain in small of back. — {Evening), Before 
going to sleep, anxiety ; frightful ideas ; rush of blood to head ; stitches in 
left side of head ; burning in scalp ; *6 fo 8 o'clock, burning, etc., in eyes; 
in bed, stitches in ear ; sensation in left ear ; pain in right meatus ; ringing 
in ear ; swelling of the gum ; scraping in fauces ; on lying down, water- 
brash ; when beginning to eat, nausea; stitching below right ribs; tearing 
in liver; distension of abdomen; abdomen full, etc.; pressure in abdomen ; 
stitches in abdomen; diarrhoea; after urinating, pain in urethra; *hoarse- 
ness ; *cough ; hoarse cough ; pain in right chest ; palpitation, etc. ; twitching 
in limbs; * uneasiness in limbs; pain in muscles of leg; drawing in right 
leg ; when walking, stitch in thigh ; drawing-tearing in knee ; 7 to 8 o'clock, 
tension in calf; tearing in outer malleolus ; drawing in right foot; when 
slumbering in bed, attack of spasm ; weary; yawning; shivering in neck; 
beginning at 6 o'clock, heat. — {Night), Anxiety, etc. ; tearfulness ; in bed, on 


rising and lying down again, vertigo ; headache ; pain iu middle of forehead ; 
open mouth, etc.; dryness of mouth ; vomiting of blood ; on waking, pres- 
sure in stomach; uneasiness, etc., in abdomen; colic in groins; diarrhoea; 
*suddenly,burning in urethra; urging to urinate ; leucorrhoea ; on waking, 
cough ; *hollow cough; dry cough ; at 2 A.m., cough ; when lying, stitches 
in necic ; heaviness in limbs ; pain in bones of arm ; pain in arras ; when 
warm in bed, tearing in upper arm ; swelling of hands ; uneasiness in leg ; 
tearing in patella ; in bed, sensation of heaviness in lower leg ; cramp in 
calves; in bed, uneasiness, etc.; *caniiot be still; *side, etc., sore; itching 
all over; yawning, etc.; on waking, shivering ; sweat. — (Before midnight), 
Waking, etc.; chill. — (About midnight), Internal chill. — (After midnight), 
Bruised pain. — (Towards morning), When asleep, chilliness.^ — (Open air), 
Vertigo; lachrymation ; tearing in tooth ; shivering; pressure on forepart 
of chest; shaking chill. — (Walking in open mV), Blood rushes to head, etc.; 
sensation as if brain were loose, etc.; shortness of breath ; stitches inchest; 
trembling, etc., of legs ; profuse sweat. — (When beginning to aacewd). Trem- 
bling of the legs. — ( When ascending steps), Weariness of knee-joint. — (On 
blowing nose}, Obscuration of vision ; *pain in larynx. — (After breakfast), 
Pressure in stomach ; frequent passage of flatus ; stitches in right groin. — 
(When breathing). Pain in abdomen. — (Deep breathing), Pressure in pit of 
throat; clawing in pit of stomach; distension of abdomen; stitches in 
chest; stitches in sternum. — (Carrying anything), Stitches in deltoid mus- 
cles. — (After coition), Drawing pain in rectum. — (Cold air striking the ab- 
domen), Pressure in stomach. — ( On coughing), *Pain abdve left hip ; stitches 
in left chest. — (After dinner). Itching in anus; immediately, urging to 
stool ; especially when walking, pressure upon chest ; sleepiness ; coldness 
in open air. — (After eating), Thirst ; distension of abdomen ; rumbling in 
abdomen ; griping in abdomen ; cutting from pit of stomach to abdomen, 
etc. ; short cough ; oppression of chest ; stitches in left chest ; chilliness ; 
warmth, etc., of face ; heat in face, etc. — ( While eating and drinking), Pain 
in hollow teeth. — (After eating and drinking), Immediately, abdomen full, 
etc. — (After an emission). Burning urine. — (Exerting voice). Pain near 
scapula. — (On physical exertion). Stitches in sternum. — (On making an ex- 
ertion with Aead), Throat feels torn. — (Expiration), Stitches iu sternum, etc. 
— (Extending knees), Pain in knees. — (In heated room'). Pain in forehead. 
— (Inspiration), Stitches iu breast; stitches iu right chest. — (On laying 
down left hand), After motion, shivering. — (Leaning against table), Pressure 
in stomach. — ( On lifting), Throat feels torn ; stitches in sternum. — (On look- 
ing fixedly), Vertigo. — (On looking ^ip), Yertigo. — (Lying), Catarrh, etc.; 
pain in right side of abdomen; pain in side of chest; feet go to sleep. — 
(After lying down). Dyspnoea. — ( When lying on back), Pressive pain in liver. 
—(After lying down in bed). Attacks of faintness. — (After a meal), Mucus 
in throat ; chilliness. — (Before menstruation), * Melancholy. — ( On appearance 
of menses), * Cutting colic. — (During menstruation). Ill-humor, etc. ; vertigo, 
etc.; face yellow; ^cutting colic, etc.; pain in abdomen ; pain beneath left 
breast; pains in back. — (Motion), Tearing in head; headache iu temple; 
^cutting colic; especially when walking, pain in mons veneris; stitches iu 
left chest; pain on border of shoulder-blade ; pain in small of back; draw- 
ing in shoulder, etc.; drawing in great toe. — (Sudden ^notion) , Fain in 
stomach. — -(On moving mouth). Pain in teeth. — (On moving arm). Pain in 
pectoral muscles; stitches in muscles of left hand. — (Moving foot or toes), 
Tearing from calf to foot. — (Reading aloud). Pressure in stomach. — (Re- 
ftecting), *Painfidness of hcemorrhoids. — (Rest), Stitches in legs ; sensation 


in thigli.^( When riding), Stitches in hepatic region. — ( When rising), Pain 
in patella. — (Rising from sitting), FeeViug in limbs; tearing in hip-joint; 
drawing in calf; uneasiness. — -(Jn ?-oom), Headache in forehead; lachry- 
mation ; feeling in head. — (Sitting), Vertigo ; rumbling in abdomen ; drag- 
ging in inguinal regions ; pain in haemorrhoids ; *pain in small of back, etc.; 
dyspncea ; ^tension in hollow of knee ; tearing in lower leg ; tearing in tendo 
Achillis; after walking, pain in ankle; feet go to sleep; *uneasiness of 
body, etc.; bruised pain in body; sleepiness. — (When sitting bent), Quiver- 
ing in lower abdomen. — (After midday sleep), Becomes easily violent. — 
(Speaking), * Cough; *arrest of breath. — (When stepping). Numbness, etc., 
of the heel. — (Before stool), Twisting pain in abdomen. — (After stool). Anx- 
iety, etc.; water flows from mouth ; nausea; pressure in rectum; burning 
in anus; pain in anus; dyspnoea; anxiety in chest; tremulous weakness, 
etc. — (Standing), Yertigo; ^obscuration of eyes ; pain in haemorrhoids. — 
(»SfoopOT(7), Confusion of head; vertigo, etc.; sensation in head; immedi- 
ately on moving arms violently, cutting in frontal bone ; pressure in inter- 
costal muscles. — (On stooping to pick up anything), * Cough. — (During a 
storm). Pain in legs. — ( On stretching out foot), Cramp in sole, etc. — (After 
supper). Heartburn; nausea; trembling, etc. — (Talking much), Vressure in 
stomach. — ( Tobacco-smoking), Pain in forehead. — (Swallounng and hawking). 
Pain near scapula. — ( Touch), Pressive pain in eye. — (After urinating), Pain 
in urethra. — (On waking), Yroxa the evening sleep, nausea. — (Walking), 
Bruised pain in groin; *painfulness of haemorrhoids ; urging to urinate; 
sensation in small of back; weakness of legs; * cranking of knees; *stiff- 
ness of knee; weariness of knee-joint, etc.; *pain, etc., in hollow of knee; 
pain in hip; drawing in calf ; weariness, etc. ; pain in ankle; uneasiness. — 
( Walking fast). Constrictive pressure in forehead ; pressure on occiput, etc. ; 
* arrest of breath. — (When beginning to walk), * Tension in hollow of knee. — ■ 
(After walking). Weariness of knee-joint ; flushes of heat, etc. — (Becoming 
warm after being cold), Cough. — ( Warmth of bed), Eruptions itch. — (In warm 
room). After returning from open air, headache in forehead ; loss of power 
in hands. — ( Wiping and rubbing eyes), Dim vision. — ( Writing), Loss of 
power in right arm ; trembling, etc., in forearm ; twitchings of the fingers. 
Amelioration. — (Afternoon), Vertigo. — (Open oir). Vertigo ; rush 
of blood to head; screwing-in, etc., of head ; feeling in head, etc. — (Walk- 
ing in open air), Weariness. — (Bleeding of the gum), Pain in teeth. — 
(Closing eyes), Pressure in eyes. — (Drinking cold water). Attack of spasm. 
— (On dancing). Oppression of chest disappeared. — (After dinner). Sore 
throat ; pain in stomach. — (Eating), Confusion of head ; headache. — (Pas- 
sage of flatus). Rumbling in abdomen, etc. — (Lying down), *Pains in stom- 
ach. — (Motion), Rushing in left chest. — (Pressure), Tickling in left nostril ; 
sensation in abdomen. — (Firm pressure). Sensation iu ear. — (Rising from 
sitting). Tearing in thigh. — (In room). Confusion of head ; vertigo. — (Rub- 
bing), Stitches below female breast ; stitches in upper arm ; crawling in 
right forearm. — ( When standing), *Stool passes better. — (After stool). Mov- 
ing about, etc., in abdomen disappeared ; haemorrhoids. — ( On stooping), 
Pressure in forehead disappears.— ( On resuming walking), Pain in ankle 
disappears. — (Continued walking), * Tension in hollow of knee. — (Applying 
warm stones), Pains in abdomen, etc. — ( On working). In open air, pain in 
body disappears. 



Simaba cedron, Planch. Nat. order, Simarubacese. 

Preparation, Triturations and tincture of the seeds. 

Authorities. 1, Mr. G. B., aged 24, took the 6th dil. every morning for 
four days ; on the fifth day, night and morning (from Teste, Systematisa- 
tion de la Mat. Med., p. 661) ; 2, Mad. T., aged 27, took the 6th, night and 
morning for two days (ibid.) ; 3, Mile. Marie' C, aged 17, took one dose of 
the 6th for a neurosis of the heart (ibid.) ; 4, Dr. Jno. N. Casanova, several 
provers, male and female (undistinguished); "the symptoms recorded in 
the first series of my experiments, while in South America, were produced 
with ponderable small and repeated doses, sometimes of the powder, some- 
times of the aqueous solution Those recorded in my late investiga- 
tions, since my return to Europe, were obtained with difierent potencies," 
Month. Hom. Eev., vols. 5 and 6 ; 5, Dr. J. Douglass, N. Am. J. of Hom., 
8, 120, took the tincture, 1 to 2 drops, on the first, second, and fourth 
days ; 6, ibid., proving of Miss C, took 3 drops of tincture ; 7, ibid., Mr. 
W., took 1 drop of tincture; 8, Mrs. M., ibid., took 1 drop of tincture; 9, 
ibid., Mrs. B., took 2 drops of tincture two evenings in succession ; 10, Dr. 
Stennett's provings, W. Hom. Obs., 2, 11, A. W. W., took the tincture 
from the bruised nut, repeated doses of 5 to 60 drops; 11, ibid., proving of 
S. M. P., repeated doses of 5 to 100 drops of saturated tincture ; 12, ibid., 
proving of S., with 10 to 300 drops of the tincture, and 5, 15, 80, 160, and 
200 grains of the powdered nut. 

Mind. — Emotional, Gloomy, depressed spirits,*. — Disposition to 
weep,*. — Inquietude and excessive anguish,*. — Anxiety (after nine hours),'. 
—Dread of friends (in females, particularly),*. — Intellectual. Torpor 
of the mental faculties and uneasiness,*. — Dulness of the senses,*. — Did not 
know her acquaintances,". — The greater part of the mental symptoms were 
repeated in the morning and aggravated at night,*. 

Head. — Vertigo, [10.] 11 a.m., slight dizziness (third day),". — On 
rising from bed, dizzy, and could not see to light a candle, and could not 
tell when it was lighted,". — General Mead. Bending the head back- 
wards, with pressure on the occiput and parietal regions, as if those parts 
were going to burst,*. — Head dull and heavy in the evening,*.^ — Headache, 
especially deep in the orbits, obliging him to shut his eyes, and extending 
to the occiput (second day),'. — Headache worse in open air (about 9 
p.M.),^. — Distensive headache, increased during the night,*. — Head felt as 
if swollen^. — Whole head feels swollen and heavy, most on right side (after 
two hours and a half ),^ — Forehead, Pressive pain above the eyes, as 
from a band compressing the forehead,l — [20.] Throbbing pain in head, 
commencing in temples, extending around the forehead,^ — Temples, 
Temporal arteries enlarged,*. — Pulsations in temporal arteries (after half 
an hour),\ — Pain in temples (second day),". — Slight pain in temples (15 
drops),'". — Continued pain in temples, passing from side to side (60 
drops),'". — Pressure at the right temple, causing a dull pain in the whole 
right side of the head, disappears wholly towards noon,^ — Throbbing in 
temples,'. — 10 A.m., throbbing in temples (third day),^ — Throbbing in 
temples, increasing to pain,". — [30.] Throbbing in temples, increasing to 
pain, extending around and over the eyes,^ — Beating in temples, increas- 
ing to pain and extending over ears (after half an hour),'. — Pulsating sen- 
sation in temple, and a twisting pain behind right ear, changing to a dull 


pain, and extending to the temples (after half an hour),^ — Vertex. 
Awoke with dull pain in whole upper head (third day),''. — At 10 p.m., dull 
pain in top of head (third day),l — Pressure at the top of the head, slight 
in the daytime, somewhat violent just at the moment when the shivering 
begins ; it never wholly ceased during the whole proving. — 10 a.m., dull 
pain in vertex (third day),''. — Awoke late, after a sound sleep, with dull 
pain in vertex (second day),^ — Occiput. Pain in occiput and forehead 
(10 drops),'^ — Sharp pain in occiput,^ — [40.] Successive sharp pains in 
occiput, abdomen, and lower limbs ; pains in only one place at a time 
(third day),^ — Pressure in occiput in the morning (second day),^ — -10.30 
A.M., occasional sharp, jerking pains in occiput (third day),^. — The pains 
in head are all dull, except those in occiput, which are acute (third day),^ 

Eye. — Eyes red and protruding, with pressive pain extending to fore- 
head,*. — Redness of the eyes, and itching of the inner and outer sur- 
faces of the eyelids (during fever),'. — Eyes feel dry, when exposed to air 
(second day),^. — Alternate dryness and smarting of the eyes, with moist- 
ure,^ — Eyes felt swollen,^ — Smarting in the eyes, especially when closing 
them (during fever),^ — [50."| Smarting and burning in eyes, with great 
discharge of tears (50 drops),". — Itching of the eyes,^ — Urow, etc. *Pain 
across the eyes, from temple to temple,^. — *Severe shooting pain over left 
eye (15 drops, after three hours and a half), 'I — Lids. Eyelids injected, 
bright red, and painful when pressed,*. — Spasmodic twitching of the mus- 
cle levator palpebrse superioris, observed in two provers, during three suc- 
cessive nights,*. — Enlargement of the Meibomian glands and conjunctiva,*. 
— -The left eyelid seemed dried to the ball (second day),^ — Burning sensa- 
tion in upper lids (after two hours and a half),". — Lachrymal Ap2)a- 
ratUS. Profuse secretion of tears, which instantly ran down face (160 
grains),". — [60.] Acrid teare, which seemed to scald the cheeks as they 
ran down (40 drops),". — Conjunctiva. Conjunctiva inflamed and dry 
(second day),**. — 11 a.m., redness of whites of eyes (second day),^ — Pupil. 
Pupils fixed and dilated,*. — Dilated pupils (after nine hours),^ — Vision. 
Misty vision, as from thick smoke,^ — Objects seem red (after nine hours),^ 
— Objects appeared red at night to one prover, and yellowish during the 
day ; these symptoms lasted seven days in the same prover (young lady of 
18), and disappeared after administration of Bell.,*. — Dimness of sight 
(after nine hours),'. — On rising from bed, could not see to light a candle, 
and could not tell when it was lighted, with dizziness,". 

Ear. — [70.] Pain over ears (after twenty minutes),^ — Pressure over 
the ears (after half an hour),". — Singing in ears, as of crickets,^ — Buzzing 
of the ears towards noon,*. — Hardness of hearing at night,*. 

Nose. — Great secretion of glassy-looking mucus in nose (60 drops),". — 
Profuse discharge of thin, clear, acrid mucus from nose (50 drops),". 

Face. — Perhaps there was throughout the proving a little pufiiuess of 
the face,^ — Cheeks red and burning at night, pale and cold in the morn- 
ing,*.- — Pressing or tearing pain in one or both cheeks, with occasional 
shooting under the orbits,*. — [80.] Dry lips, which have to be moistened 
frequently (second day),^ 

Mouth. — Teeth. Pain in a decayed tooth for the first time,'. — 
Tongue. Tongue coated yellow, even to the tip (second day),l— Tongue 
coated yellow, on rising in morning (third day),". — Slightly yellowish coat 
far back on tongue,^ — Pricking of the tongue early in the morning, which 
goes oS" after eating,*.— About 5.30 p.m., pricking on the tongue, itching of 
the eyes ; half an hour later, chilliness, with heat of the face, pale hands. 


feet and tip of nose cold (seventh day),l — About 5 p.m., intolerable 
pricking-itching of the tongue, so that she had to keep rubbing it against 
the palate (second <\a.j),^.— General Mouth. Dry mouth, with thick, 
viscid saliva (after nine hours),^ — Mouth dry, with viscid saliva when talk- 
ing,*. — [90.] Burning in mouth, throat, and stomach,". — Burning in 
mouth, fauces, oesophagus, and stomach, as if mucous membrane was raw 
(60 drops),'". — Burning and smarting in mouth and fauces (5 drops, after 
ten minutes),'°.^Burning and scraping feeling in mouth and throat, with 
profuse discharge of thin saliva (10 drops, after a few minutes),'l— Tiug- 
ling sensation in mouth, as from the shock of a galvanic battery (10 drops, 
after one hour),". — Saliva. After talking, the saliva becomes white and 
thick, like cream (fifth day),\— Saliva becomes sour at night,*.— Profuse 
secretion of saliva, which had a metallic taste (75 drops),". — Taste. Bad 
taste in mouth (15 drops),'". — Nasty taste of mouth (second day),'. — [100.] 
Nasty, sickish, bitter taste of mouth (second and third days),'. — Sickish, 
slimy taste (second day),^ — Sour taste (second day),l — Metallic taste in 
mouth (30 drops),'".— Taste of iron in the mouth, exciting a profuse flow 
of acid saliva (second day),^ 

Throat. — Prickling and tingling in throat and fauces, which seemed 
to extend some way down the oesophagus (15 drops),'". — Constriction of 
throat, almost preventing her from swallowing saliva (after nine hours),'. 
— Difficulty of swallowing,*. 

Stomach. — Appetite and Thirst. Loss of appetite (third 
day),'. — Appetite is impaired as the proving progresses. — [110.] Thirst at 
night and during the febrile symptoms,^ — Thirst, and craves only warm 
drinks (during fever),*. — Thirst, and desire for cold water at noon, and 
warm during night,*. — Excessive thirst (second day),". — ^Want of thirst 
during the chills,^ — Aversion to cold water in the evening,*. — Eructa- 
tions. On rising in morning, gulping up of a bitter wind, with dull pain 
in temples (third day),*. — N'ausea. Slight nausea (40 drops),'l — Stom- 
ach. Distension of the stomach and disposition to nausea, generally ag- 
gravated by rest, but relieved by walking and by eating,*. — Sensation of 
heat and fulness in stomach,*. — [120.] Sensation, as of a stone, on the 
stomach,". — Rolling pain in stomach,". 

Abdomen. — Hypochondria. Rose with pain in region of liver 
(third day),". — Stitches in the spleen and in the liver,*. — General Ab- 
domen. Inflated abdomen, ^ — Abdomen hard and distended, towards 
evening,*. — Borborygmi in left side of abdomen,^ — Flatulence in morning, 
ivith slight colic and occasional discharge of fetid wind,*. — Colic during 
dinner (second day),^ — Colic and cramps in small intestiues,'^ — [130,] 
In the morning, flatulent colic, with emission of fetid flatus (fifth day),'. 
— Pain in bowels, extending through small intestines (30 drops),'". — 
Pain and colic in small intestines (60 drops),'". — At noon, sharp pains, 
alternating in csecum, liver, and spleen, running from one to the other 
(third day),^ — On getting warm in bed, flying pains in the region of the 
ascending colon, liver, and spleen, kept him awake most of the uight,^ — 
Severe, sharp griping-cuttiug pains in lower part of abdomen (75 drops),'^ 
Rectum and Anus. — Unsuccessful urging to relieve the bowels,*. — 
Ineffectual urging to stool (second day),^ 

Stool.— Jbiarrhcea. Copious stool, with excessive tenesmus (third 
day),^ — A rather copious evacuation in the evening (fourth day),'. — 
[140,] Whitish stools, mixed with fragments of a mass similar to clotted 
milk, in some provers,*. — Yellowish, loose evacuations, three days after 


taking large quantities of Cedro7i, in some provers/. — Almost immediately 
after slight colic, a copious evacuation of a substance that looked like cur- 
dled milk, white, with a slightly yellowish tint (from chewing the nut as 
an antidote to the bite of a coral-snake). — ConstijxiHon . Constipa- 
tion,*. — Constipation (third day),\ — Constipation (fourth day),l 

TJrlnavy Organs. — Kidneys. Pain in kidneys,'l — Pain in kid- 
neys (60 drops),^". — Slight pain in kidneys (10 drops),^l — Severe pain in 
kidneys, soon followed by a profuse discharge of clear transparent urine (15 
drops, after one hour),'''. — [150.] Excessive pain in kidneys (160 graius),'l — 
Excessive pain and burning feeling in kidneys and along ureters, as if boiling 
water was pouring through them (40 drops),''. — Severe pain in region of kid- 
neys, with a profuse secretion of urine, smarting and burning in urethra (50 
drops),'". — JJretllTa. In a young man, a discharge like gonorrhoea, last- 
ing three days, and ceasing spontaneously when the medicine was stopped,*. 
— Thin, gleety discharge day and night, with feeling of ants crawling over 
body (160 grains),". — Feeling as if a drop of urine were in the urethra, or 
a constant dropping from it (60 drops),'". — Pain and burning in urethra, 
when not voiding urine (60 drops),'". — Burning in urethra (160 grains),'^ 
— Burning in urethra and along ureters,'^ — Frequent but ineffectual urg- 
ing to urinate,*. — [160.] Cessation of a frequent urging to urinate, which 
had lasted about a week,l^ — Mlctu fitiotl. Increased secretion of urine 
(60 drops),". — Profuse secretion of urine,''. — Profuse secretions of urine (60 
drops),'". — Profuse secretion of urine, with numb, uneasy feeling in urethra 
(60 drops),". — Profuse discharge of watery urine (second day),'. — Profuse 
discharge of light-colored urine (30 drops),". — Frequent emissions 'of large 
quantities of pale urine,". — Scanty urine,*. — From the first, urine scanty 
and deep-colored,^ — TJrtne. [170.] Urine very high-colored, and after 
standing some time, threw down a branlike precipitate (200 drops),". — 
Red urine (third day),'. — Urine deep-red (second day),'. — Dark urine, 
with sediment, in both sexes,*. — Color of urine and stools evince slight de- 
rangement of biliary secretion (200 grains)," 

Seocunl Of (fans. — IMale. Firm erections in morning (second 
day),'. — Woke with firm erections in morning,". — Firm erections all night 
(second day),^ — Sexual desire, with erections, in several men,*. — Female. 
Genital excitement at daybreak, with a discharge like leucorrhoja, and 
swollen mammae, with some pain (in two married women),*. 

Hespirafory Oryans. — [180.] Profuse secretion of clear thin mu- 
cus in bronchi (40 drops),". — Larynx constricted and tender,*. — Difficult 
respiration, with partial loss of voice, recurring at different intervals,*. 

Chest. — Oppression on chest,". — Oppressive pain in the chest, extend- 
ing now and then to the back, with frequent inclination to sigh and draw 
a deep breath,'. — Pressure on chest, as from a heavy weight (40 drops)," 
■ — Pain under floating ribs and under right scapula (60 drops),". — Sharp 
darting-cutting pains under both ribs; this pain continued four hours (60 
drops),". — Pain in right side, which lasted for three hours (after half an 
hour) ; next day, pain in side and under scapula returned at 3 p.m., al- 
though no medicine taken ; next day but one (no medicine taken), pains 
returned at 4 p.m., but less severe (100 drops),". — Oppression of the chest 
and throbbing of the heart (in nearly all the provers in whom febrile par- 
oxysms were developed),*. 

Heart and False. — [190,] Palpitation of the heart and hurried 
breathing, with headache (during fever),*. — Increase of pulse,'. — Pulse in- 
creased twelve beats per minute, firm, full (after half an hour),'. — Pulse 


increased fifteen beats per minute (after twenty minutes)/. — Pulse in- 
creased fifteen per minute, very full (after half an hour)/. — Pulse in- 
creased fifteen beats per minute (in a quarter of an hour)/. — Pulse some- 
what accelerated (65 drops),". — Pulse accelerated about ten beats per 
minute (5 drops, after ten minutes),^".— 10 A.M., pulse 90 (third day),\ — 
Pulse 90 (after half an hour),".— [200.] In morning, pulse 95, full (second 

Neck and Sack. — Pain in the back and loins, on getting up in the 
morning (seventh day),l — Pain under scapula and in pelvis (5 drops, 
after three hours),". — Uneasy feeling in lumbar region, with feeling as if 
there was a drop of urine in glans penis (60 drops),". 

Extremities in General. — Numbness of hands, arms, and legs,'^ 
— Smart rheumatic pains in all the joints of the limbs,^ — At 10 p.m., 
sharp flying pains in all the joints of the extremities, worse in feet, particu- 
larly first great toe joint (third day),^ — Arthritic flying pains continued 
more or less for more than four weeks, most in feet and hands, some in 
elbows, more in knees and hips, but most troublesome in the first joint of 
great toes ; pains relieved by motion and cold, before soreness of the joints 
came on, when they were increased by motion and cold ; worse at night,^ — 
Transient lancinating pain in the joints, especially in the right elbow 
(seventh day),'. — The pains in the limbs seem to be in the cartilages of the 
joints, particularly in the first joint of the great toe, and streaking up the 

Superior Extremities. — [210.] Painful weariness in the shoul- 
ders (second day),l — Pain in the elbow and right forearm, as if from a 
blow, lasting a quarter of an hour,''. — Passing pains in elbows and fore- 
arms, with a cold sensation extending to the hands, towards noon,*. — Sharp 
cutting pain in both elbows (5 drops, after three hours), '\ — Numbness and 
dead feeling in right hand and forearm, so that he could not hold his pen 
(15 drops, after three hours and a half j, 'I — Pains (when not febrile con- 
comitants) relieved by friction,*.. 

Inferior Extremities. — Numbness in right leg (15 drops, after 
three hours and a half),'-'. — Legs felt as if very much enlarged (65 
drops),''''. — Lancinating pains in the joints of the knees,*. — Contracting pains 
in the legs, as if produced from contusion, in the evening; these, and the 
pains in the knees, were relieved by friction, when not followed by chills 
or shivering of the whole body as precursors of fever,*. — [220.] Sort of jerk- 
ing and twitching of tendons of legs, in tendo Achillis and in right foot 
(150 drops),'l — Sharp lame pain in right ankle (second day),'. — Swelling 
of feet, with extreme pain in all the joints,'*. — In the forenoon, pain in the 
heel (which?), as if an abscess was forming; this symptom, which was 
only felt on walking, lasted altogether about an hour, after which it ceased 
entirely (third day),^ 

General Symptoms. — Objective. Weakness (fifth day),'.— 
Weakness, yet return of appetite (sixth day),'. — Weak and debilitated 
(15 drops, after three hours and a half ),'l — Was obliged to go to bed, but 
could not undress herself/. — Restlessness (after nine hours),'. — Restless and 
very nervous (40 drops),".— Subjective. [230.] Malaise (40 drops),".— 
Malaise, with great weakness (third day),'. — General malaise (after nine 
hours),^ — At night, fatigue from lying in one position,^ — General feeling 
of fatigue after waking, if the time had exceeded more than six hours, and 
a general weakness of body and mind/. — Neuralgic pains, soon followed 
by numbness over entire body, with smarting and burning in nose (100 


drops),^''. — On getting warm in bed, severe, sharp, flying pains in all parts 
of the system; the pains in the limbs seemed to be in the cartilages of the 
joints, particularly the first joint of great toe, and streaking up the bones ; 
in the abdomen, the pain was most in the region of the ascending colon, 
liver, and spleen ; the pains of the head were all dull, except those of the 
occiput and those of the facial aiid optic nerves ; the above pains kept him 
awake most of the night, those of the lower limbs being very severe,^ — 
Principally manifested in provers of a voluptuous disposition, and of an 
excitable nervous temperament; more in females,^ — {The chief charader- 
istio of this remedy is a periodicity which is often clocklike in its regu- 

Sleep and Dreams. — Sleepiness. About 7 p.m., yawning and 
stretching,^ — [240.] Sleepy and drowsy (65 drops),". — Sometimes very 
profound sleep,*. — Sleeplessness. Could not sleep (40 drops),'l — 
Awake and restless all night,". — Eestless night, without sleep, with a 
throng of confused ideas until 5 A.m. (prover had always slept well previ- 
ously),'. — All night, very restless, frequently waking,^ — Restless sleep,*. — • 
During night, restless sleep,'. — Restless sleep and confused dreams, in both 
sexes,*. — I)r earns. Waking dreams,^ — [250.] Frequently waking from 
dreams of pleasant social interviews with female acquaintances (second 
day),°. — Dreamed (he seldom dreamed) all night of pleasant social inter- 
views with female acquaintances,^. — Dreamed of quarrelling with a dead 
sister and other dead friends ; cried about it, and awoke with a nightmare, 
with sensation of a stone in the stomach ,^ 

Fever. — Chilliness. 3 a.m., shivering all over with malaise and 
inclination to lie down ; the shiverings are renewed by movement ; coldness 
of the hands, feet, and nose ; repeated transient flushes of heat in the face ; 
and finally, towards 6 p.m., face constantly hot; lively expression, with 
smarting in the eyes, especially when closing them (second day),\ — Slight 
chills only about 3 o'clock (eighth day),'. — The chills continue all the 
time during the congestion of the head, and the hands, feet, and nose re- 
main cold (second day),'. — Towards 6 p.m., chilliness, quickly followed by 
severe frontal headache, extending into both parietal regions, with red eyes, 
itching of the eyelids internally and externally, icy coldness of the hands 
and of the tip of the nose, even at the height of the febrile reaction, while 
the rest of the face was red and burning-hot (after nine hours) ; a precisely 
similar attack at 5.30 p.m. (second day),^. — Slight chilliness about 9 p.m. 
(twenty-first day),^ — General coldness all the evening,l — About 6 p.m., 
(immediately after dinner), general coldness, shiverings in the back, ice- 
cold feet, burning hands, feeling in eyes as after much weeping,l — [260.] 
Forehead cold, and as if empty, in the morning,*. — About 6.30 p.m., half 
an hour after dinner, chilliness in the back and legs, unusual paleness of 
the hands, red face, heaviness of the head,^ — Feet very cold ; went out 
barefooted in the snow, and went to bed, when they became warm (second 
day),^ — Heat. Heat over entire body (10 drops),'^ — Dry heat during 
the night,^ — Warm feeling over surface of body (60 drops),'". — Felt a 
flush or feverish glow spread over body (5 drops, after ten minutes),'". — 
11 A.M., considerable fever; pulse 100 (second day),^ — Flying heat in the 
face, alternated with chills towards evening, with bloated appearance,*. — 
Feverish paroxysms every day (quotidian) in some provers, and every 
other day (tertian) in others, towards 8 o'clock p.m., preceded by depressed 
spirits, dulness of the senses, and pressive headache at noon ; cramps, then 
contracting and tearing pains in the upper and lower extremities, with a 


cold sensation iu the hands and feet; mouth dry; great thirst, and desire 
for cold water; chills and shivering; sometimes very strong shivering of 
the whole body; palpitation of the heart and hurried respiration; pulse 
weak and oppressed. These symptoms lasted from one to two hours, 
varied much in intensity; they were followed by a sensation of dry heat, 
and then of a profuse perspiration, full and quick pulse, with animated, 
red face, cold and pale in the apyrexia ; thirst and desire for warm drinks,*. 
—[270.] The evening paroxysm of fever returns (stronger on one day, 
weaker on another) during more than three successive weeks, and for at 
least twenty days after leaving off the medicine,^ — 6.30 p.m., febrile parox- 
ysm, with itching of the eyes, only momentarily relieved by rubbing (sec- 
ond day),l — The medicine being taken by the healthy prover, was followed 


1st. A certain state of mental excitement, and augmentation of vital 
energy, florid face, and a sensation of heat throughout the body ; full and 
strong pulse; more or less perspiration, and no thirst. This group lasted 
from twenty to forty minutes in some, and disappeared after that time to 
return no more, without any further disturbance of health ; whilst in 
others, the symptoms were prolonged from one to two hours, and were fol- 
lowed by — 

2d. Depressed spirits ; dulness of the senses, and torpor of the mental 
faculties ; general debility, languor, and faintings in some. When these 
symptoms are followed by those of the first group, the phenomena of both 
sets are often repeated, and at certain intervals of time ; but neither of the 
two occur periodically, unless when they are together. Nor are they ab- 
solutely concomitant to pyrexia; for the paroxysms generally take, place 
without them, as in the natural disease. It is for this reason that such 
phenomena were disconnected from category of the physical group ; but 
whenever pyrexia occurs, or follows that condition, the symptoms, after 
weakness of the body and mind, are as follows : 

3d. Great thirst; yawning; cramps and painful feelings of contraction 
in the lower extremities; cold sensation in hands and feet; chills and shiv- 
ering of the whole body ; palpitation of the heart ; pulse weak and op- 
pressed ; hurried respiration ; chattering of the teeth and shaking of the 
whole body ; scanty and highly colored urine; slight nausea in some, with 
yellow color of the skin and face in others ; great debility ; dilated pupils 
and confused sight. These symptoms lasted from one to two hours, and 
varied much in their intensity ; after which — 

4th. Dry heat follows, with a full and quick pulse; animated face; pro- 
fuse perspiration ; longing for cold in some, and for warm drinks in others; 
and discharge of pale urine in large quantities. These symptoms lasted 
from two to three hours, and were generally followed by a desire to sleep. 
The provers felt as if they were contused ; sound sleep in some, and some- 
what agitated in others during the night. 

The apyrexia generally lasted from fifteen to seventeen hours, after 
which, and in about the same time as the previous day, the paroxysms were 
repeated, as per Group 3d, and continued almost quotidian,*. 

C-Owrfir/o»s.— Aggravation.— (JforftMjjr), On rising from bed, dizzy, 
etc. ; on waking, pain in top of head ; pressure in occiput ; on rising from 
bed, could not see, etc. ; on rising, tongue coated yellow; early, pricking of 
the tongue; on rising, gulping up of wind, etc.; flatulence, etc.; flatulent 
colic, etc. ; at daybreak, genital excitement, etc. ; on getting up, pain in 
back, etc. ; at 3 o'clock, shivering, etc. ; forehead cold, etc. — {Forenoon), 


Pain in heel ; at 11 o'clock, fever. — {Towards noon), Buzzing of ears; pains 
in elbows, etc. — {Noon), Pains in sacrum, etc. — {Afternoon), About 5.30 
o'clock, pricking of tongue, etc. ; about 5 o'clock, pricking-itching of the 
tongue ; 3 o'clock, pain in side, etc., returned ; 4 o'clock, pain in side, etc., 
returned ; towards 6 o'clock, chilliness, etc. ; about 6 o'clock, immediately 
after dinner, general coldness, etc. ; about 6.30 o'clock, half an hour after 
dinner, chilliness in back, etc. — {Towards evening), Abdomen hard, etc.; 
chills in face, etc. — {Evening), Head dull, etc.; pains in legs; about 7 
o'clock, yawning, etc. ; about 9 o'clock, slight chilliness; general chilliness ; 
towards 8 o'clock, feverish paroxysm. — {Night), Most mental symptoms ; 
distensive headache ; twitching of muscles of eyelids ; hardness of hearing ; 
saliva becomes sour; thirst; on getting warm in bed, pain in region of as- 
cending colon, etc.; at 10 o'clock, pains in joints; flying pains; on getting 
warm in bed, pains in all parts of the system; dry heat. — {Open air), 
Headache. — {Cold), After soreness of joints came on, flying pains. — {Dur- 
ing dinner). Colic. — {Motion), After soreness of joints came on, flying pains. 
— {Hest), Distension of stomach, etc. — {After talking). Saliva becomes 
white, etc. — {After waking). From more than six hours' sleep, feeling of 
fatigue, etc. 

Amelioration. — {Towards noon), Fressme at temple disappears. — 
{Cold), Before soreness of joints came on, flying pains. — (Eating), Disten- 
sion of the stomach, etc. — (After eating). Pricking of tongue goes off'. — 
{Friction), Pains in the extremities, when not febrile concomitants. — 
(Motion), Before soreness of the joints came on, flying pains. — ■( Walking), 
Distension of the stomach, etc. 


Centaurea tagana, Willd. Nat. order, Compositse. 

Preparation, Tincture of the root. 

Authority. Dr. Chagon, Due de Sorentino; symptoms obtained from a 
tincture of the root, Journ. d. 1. Soc. Gal., Ist series, 7, 283. 

Mind. — Emotional. Home-sickness. — Aversion to everything. — 
Hilarity ; lively spirits. — Easy temper, alternating with the contrary mood. 
— Intellectual. Absence of mind ; starts off" to do something and for- 
gets all about it on the way. — Asks questions, and pays no attention when 
answered. — A naturally smart servant girl seemed stupefied for several 
days. — Idiocy. 

Mead. — Confusion and Vertigo, Stupefying confusion towards 
the forehead. — [10,] Attacks of dizziness. — General Head. Uneasi- 
ness in the brain. — Forehead. The frontal portion of the skull and 
brain is chiefly affected. — Pain in the forehead, temples, and orbital arches. 
— Attack of pain in forehead preceded by sweat. — Frontal pains aggra- 
vated by walking. — Deepseated extensive pain in the forehead. — Pain in 
the left half of the forehead. — Pressive pain, with sensation of fulness in 
the forehead, vertex, and occiput. — Weight and fulness in the forehead. — 
[20.] Painful throbbing in the frontal arteries. — Occiput. Pain in the 
occiput. — Pain under the occiput. 

Uye. — Wandering look. — Eyes sunken and dim. — Heaviness of the 
eyes. — Pain in the left eye. — Burning pain above the eyebrows. — Heaviness 
of the lids. — Pain in the lids. — [30,] Lachrymatiou. — Smarting and itch- 
ing of the conjunctiva. — The capillary vessels of the sclerotica are inflamed. 


— Pain in the sclerotica. — Transient disturbance of vision. — Sight vanishes 
entirely for a moment. 

Ear. — Pricking behind the ears. — Itching in the ears. — Tingling in the 

Wose, — Sneezing. — [40.] The nose runs water. — Coryza, sometimes 
fluent. — Dry coryza. — Almost complete loss of smell. 

Face. — Expression of amazement or stupefaction. — The face looks 
earthy, with a stupid expression. 

Wouth. — Tongue. A red streak along the middle of the tongue. — 
A white streak on the left side of the tongue. — JHouth. Dryness of the 
mouth. — Dryness of the mouth, not relieved by drinking. — Taste, [50.] 
Bitter mouth in the morning. This symptom was cured. — The sense of 
taste is impaired. — Saliva. Continual salivation. — Increase of saliva 
alternating with dryness of the mouth. 

Throat, — Inflammation of the uvula and tonsils. — Raw pain on swal- 
lowing. — Swallowing is prevented by pain. 

Stomach. — Appetite and Thirst. Appetite, alternating with 
nausea.^Thirst, not allayed by drinking. — Thirst before and during the 
fever. — [60.] Thirst, with dryness of the throat. — Eructations, Abor- 
tive eructations. — Difiicult eructations, which stop in the chest, with burn- 
ing. — Nausea and Vomiting, Nausea. — Nausea, with cold sweat. — 
Inclination to vomit. — Vomiting. — Stomach. Burning in the epigas- 
trium. — Griping, with pain at the epigastrium. — After a meal, weight on 
the stomach with thirst. — [70.] Violent pain in the epigastrium. — Pricking 
and burning in the epigastrium. 

Abdomen.. — Pain in the right hypochondrium. — Continual flatulency. 
— Griping at night, with continual discharge of flatus. — Colic. — Dull burn- 
ing pain in the hypogastrium. 

Stool. — Diarrhoea, on waking in the morning. — Yellowish diarrhoea at 
night. — Copious stools. 

Urinary Organs, — Pain in the bladder, increased by movement. — 
[80.] Pain in the bladder when urinating. — Weight in the' bladder when 
urinating. — Ardor urinoe. — Burning in urethra after urinating. — Urine 
scanty, or abundant. — The urine is at first scanty, afterwards abundant. — 
Urine deposits a mucous sediment full of flakes. 

Sexual Organs.— Male. Firm nocturnal erections.— Sexual desire 
without erections. — Female. Dryness of the vagina. — [90.] Itching and 
heat in the labia majora and minora. — Whitish leucorrhoea. 

Mespiratorg Organs — Titillatiou in the larynx.— Cough, on wak- 
ing in the morning.— Cough, excited by tickling in the throat.— Dry cough. 
— Dry cough, in the evening, or at night. 

Chest. — The eructations which are completed, leave a severe burning 
in the chest. — Pain in the right clavicle. 

_ Heart and Pulse,— Pma in the heart.— [100.] Sensation of dilata- 
tion of the heart, with anxiety. — Lanciuation, as from a thorn driven into 
the heart. — Decrease of the pulse throughout the proving. — After taking, 
the pulse is slower, but full and hard. 

Neck and Back. — Burning pain in the left scapula. 

Superior Extremities.— IncVm&tww to stretch out the arms.— 
The arms are so weak that he can hardly lift them. — In bed, the arm on 

which he lies becomes numb.— Pain all through the arms. The rio-ht arm 

is most painful.— [110.] The extensor muscles seem too short.— Pam in all 


the extensor muscles of the right arm. — Shoulder. Pain all through the 
shoulders.— Feeling of erosion in the shoulders, with great itching. — Fore- 
arm, Bruised pain in both forearms, towards the middle of the extensor 
muscle. — Bruised pain in the forearm, increased by touch. — Hand. Swell- 
ing of the veins of the hands. — Finders. The thumb cannot be clenched. 

Inferior Extremities. — Inclination to stretch the legs. — Paralytic 
weakness of the legs, with difficulty in walking. — L^^*^'] Pain in hips and 
thighs when walking. — Pain in right knee. 

General Symptoms. — Objective. The patient remains for an 
instant as if thunderstruck. — He staggers like a drunken man. — Pulsation is 
stronger in some arteries than in others. — Congestion, generally at the fore- 
head. — Languor and depression, making any exercise impossible. — Want 
of strength in the muscles and joints. — Prostration, rapid sinking of strength. 
— Subjective. The blood surges painfully at every movement. — [130.] 
Sensation as if the tendons were shortened. — Bruised and drawing pains. — 
The attacks recur periodically. — The earliest symptoms appeared a quarter 
of an hour after taking the medicine, viz., those of the arms, together with 
the dull pains in the hypogastriuni,shiverings, and general heat, especially 
on the forehead, which was covered with sweat. These were followed by a 
stupefying pain in the temples, frontal protuberances, orbital arches, and 
eyes. Next came the following symptoms : Dimness of sight ; appetite 
alternating with nausea ; increase of saliva, and vomiting ; running of the 
nose; lachrymation ; eructations; rapid sinking of strength ; general uneasi- 
ness ; confusion of mind; weariness; dull, sunken eyes; spasmodic sweat- 
ing, itching, and pricking in the skin ; drowsiness ; and thirst. A state of 
reaction, after four or six hours, brought some quiet. Next day, in the 
forenoon, or towards evening, the above symptoms reappeared, but with 
less violence, and some of them assumed a periodic form. Then ensued 
the coryza, colic, diarrhoea, fevers of various types, pains in the arms, dry 
cough, etc. The action ended with the symptoms of catarrh, of angina, 
and of fever in the forenoon, and with confusion and pain in the forehead. 

Skin. — Objective. Miliaria. — Sudden eruptions on the loins. — Sen- 
sations. Violent itching all over. — Formication, as if a worm was 
crawling over the temples. — Formication in the hypogastrium.- — Itching of 
the nose. — [140.] Itching and pricking in the backs of the hands, chiefly 
in the fingers. — Intolerable itching and pricking in the loins and thighs, 
which prevent sleep. 

Sleep and Dreams. — Drowsiness day and night; cannot keep his 
eyes open. — Voluptuous dreams. 

Fever. — Chilliness. General or partial coldness. — Seat. Feeling 
of warmth, with sexual excitement. — Internal sensation of heat. — Short- 
lasting heat. — Sensation of burning heat throughout the body, excepting 
the skin, which has its natural warmth. — Fever, with or without subsequent 
sweat. — [150.] Fever, with pain in forehead, as if the frontal lobes were 
enlarged and full of blood. — Quotidian or tertian fever, in the forenoon or 
towards evening, preceded or not by chilliness. — Heat in the forehead ; the 
weight of the hair seems intolerable. — Sweat. General sweat, especially 
in the forehead. — Profuse sweat, cold on the forehead. — Cold sweat — Cold 
sweat on the face. — Night-sweat. 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), On waking, cough. — {Even- 
ing or night), Dry cough. — {Night), Diarrhoea; sweat. — {Movement), The 
symptoms; pain in bladder. — {When urinating), Pain in bladder; \yeight 


on hlsidder.— (After urmating), Burnmg in urethra.— ( TFuttM^r), Frontal 
pains ; pain in hips, etc. 

Amelioration.— {Eating), The symptoms. 


C. Bonplandii, Parmet (variety of Cereus grandiflorus). Nat. order, 

Preparation, Tincture of the stems. 

Authority. Dr. John H. Fitch, in monograph on Cactus, by Richard E. 
Kuuze, M.D., of New York, took repeated doses of the tincture, from 3 to 
30 drops at a dose, repeated from one to three times a day. 

Mind. — Eniotiondl. Desire to engage at work. — Desire to have the 
time all employed. — Felt all day an astonishing inclination to be engaged 
in something ■nsejid. — Felt a desire to give something quite necessary to ray- 
self to another.— Desire to be dissolved, especially the trunk (after three 
hours). — Reluctance to take medicine (second day). — Experienced an agree- 
ably tranquil frame of mind and body. — A grateful feeling of dependence 
on a divine spirit was experienced (second day). — Not very pleasant in 
mind. — [10.] Very much disturbed in mind. — Arose feeling miserable (sec- 
ond day). — Praying, or disposition to pray. — Very irritable. — Very irrita- 
ble ; act from impulse (second day). — Apathetic during attendance at 
church ; could not fix the mind on devotional exercises, ettbrt being strong 
(second day). — Intellectual. Difficult to keep employed. — Very dull 
all morning; pass the time in a listless manner. — Time passed very slowly 
(fifth day). 

Mead. — Vertigo. On rising up from a kneeling posture, dizziness 
comes over one, followed by sickness at stomach, continuing for some little 
time. — [20.] Swimming of the head. — General Head. Felt a feeling 
as if the head were suspended from some support under the skull and base 
of the brain (after ten minutes). — Head felt drawn to the left backward. — 
Head feels badly (second day). — Headache (sixth day). — The effect on the 
brain and nervous system passes ofl^ in four or five days principally. — 
Forehead. Painful sensation in the anterior lobes of the cerebrum, ex- 
tending from the frontal bone backward (after six hours and a half). — Pain 
across anterior lobes of brain, just behind os frontis. — Slight heavy feeling 
in top of forehead. — Pain extending along the external angular process of 
frontal bone, right side. — [30.] Pain extending through the forehead, left 
side, to the occiput (after ten minutes). — Pain in right forehead. — Momen- 
tarily, a painful stunning sensation in the right side of the os frontis. — Sen- 
sation of a slight burning feeling, extending backward from the right fore- 
head. — Sensation of pain of a boring nature, extending from the left frontal 
region deeper and backward (after ten minutes). — Sensation of a pressing 
feeling in right forehead (after ten minutes). — I*arietals. Pain verging 
around and along left parietal bone from left occiput. — Occiput. Disa- 
greeable feeling in the back of the head, seeming to pass down over the 
neck and terminate in a disagreeable sensation, an approach to cjualmish- 
ness at the stomach. — Sensation as of a board bound to back of head, more 
plainly on the left side. — Headache, occipital pain. — [40.] Headache affect- 
ing occiput for quarter of an hour. — Severe occipital headache (third day). 
— Pain in occiput, running through to the lobes of the cerebrum. — Pain in 
occiput, high up in the head. — Felt a decidedly painful drawing sensation 


in occipital region, soon subsiding. — Feeling of being pressed at left occi- 
put, and immediately afterwards a counter pain on leftsideof forehead, the 
latter continuing a moment or two. — Slight pressive sensation in the right 
occiput, from behind forward. — On walking out, descending one or two 
steps, had a severe pain, forcing from without inwards in the occiput, ou a 
lino with the sagittal suture. — External Head. On combing the hair, 
find it falls out in considerable quantities (second day). 

TSye. — Heavy feeling at the eyes, as in cephalic catarrh (sixth day). — 
[50.] Rose suffering severe pain in eyes (fifth day). — Sore feeling at the 
eyes (sixth day). — Sore feeling in eyes, as if pained by strong sunlight. — 
Ol'bit. Pain above right eye, passing down over globe of eye. — Pressive 
pain in orbits, from before backward. — Tenderness at supraorbital notch 
(after si?i; hours and a half).- — Lids. Left eyelid slightly painful when the 
head is bent to the floor. — A little capillary congestion of the conjunctiva. — 
Lachrymal Appar(tfus. Swimming eyes. — Ball. Somewhat pain- 
ful sensation in globe of left eye. — [60,] *Fam through the globe of the right 
eye. — Pain through the globe of the left eye and orbit (after six hours and a 
half). — Visio}!. Great sensitiveness to the impulse of light all day (plio- 
tophobia), (fifth day). — Strong light painful to eyes (sixth day). — Percep- 
tion of a cluster of orange-colored spots, round-shaped and symmetrical. 

Ear. — Pain behind mastoid process, leffside, extending backward and 
upward. — Pain through ear and head, commencing at a point at the back 
of left ear, and running upward and forward diagonally in the direction 
of the opposite ear and right parietal bone. 

JVose, — Sneezing ; fetid flatus passed from bowels. — Accumulation of 
mucus in both nostrils (third day). — Hardened mucus from left nostril. — 
[70.] Mucus from nose, as in catarrh. — Dislodge greenish discharges from 
the right nares ; similar discharge in less quantity from the left. — Stinging 
in right nostril. — ^Haggard look (sixth day). — Yellowish hue of the coun- 
tenance. — Awoke before 5 a.m. ; looked somewhat haggard (second day). — 
Pain along right malar bone, running to temple, through to occiput. 

Moafh. — Tontjne. Tongue too red to be natural. — Deep purplish hue 
over the whole tongue. — Tongue feathery. — [80.] Sensation of a thread of 
mucus on the tongue. — Tongue feeling rough. — Ge^teral JMoutll. Mucus 
adherent to the roof of mouth, cleared by a single effort. — Clearing of the 
hard palate of mucus. — Watery sensation, not disagreeable in the mouth. 
— Sensation of saliva in the mouth, which is swallowed, of no particular 
taste. — Sensation of coldness and a metallic taste in the mouth. — Saliva. 
Water in mouth. — Watery mouth, with some shade of insipidness. — Saliva 
in the mouth (after ten minutes, 6 drops). — Taste. [90.] Taste watery. — 
Alkaline taste. — Taste of green vegetables. 

Throat, — Mucus in throat. — Mucus in thethroat, a persistent symptom 
early in the proving, and quantity abundant. Mucus of a pale greenish 
color, sometimes colorless or nearly so. It was from the throat, mainly, 
pharynx, and top of larynx. — Clearing of mucus from throat (sixth day). 
— Slight uneasiness in throat verging to stomach, with simultaneous con- 
gested sensation in both eyes. 

Stomach. — Appetite. Relish for sweet things. — Ate light breakfast 
(second day).— Thirst. Thustlessness.— Eructations. [100.] Dry 
eructations from the stomach. — Slight painful feeling at epigastrium.-— 
Slight sensation of pain in epiga,strium at intervals, coming and going in 
short paroxysms. 

Abdome) I.— Ijight rumbling in tlie left side of the abdomen. — Slight 

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griping (soon after). — Felt a slight griping, accompanied by the beginning 
of a soreness, extending through the region of the whole portal circulation 
(after ten minutes). — Pain in left groin, sharp and cutting, as from impacted 
calculus in the ureter. 

Rectum and Anns. — Slight desire to evacuate bowels (6 drops). 

Stool, — Copious and urgent evacuation from the bowels. Felt very 
well afterwards (after six hours and three-quarters). — Stool not easy nor 
sufficient (second day). — [110.] Effort to evacuate bowels nearly or quite 

Urinary Orf/ans. — -Pain in left kidney (after four hours and one- 
third). — Pain long-continued in left kidney, as from renal calculus. — Quite 
severe sticking pain in right kidney (second day). — Slight pain of sticking 
character in region of right kidney. — Feel pain in right kidney* sore to 
pressure. — Sticking pain in right ureter (second day). — Slight desire to pass 
urine, lasting for a minute (immediately). — JMLicttirltioil. In the night, 
pass a small quantity of clear urine. — Passed urine, less than half the usual 
quantity, and yellowish. — [120.] 6 a.m., pass a small quantity of yellowish 
saturated urine (second day). — Urine. Deep-colored urine (fourth day). 
— Urine passed of a slight brownish tinge, scanty, and smelling strongly after 
a few minutes. 

Sexual Organs. — Priapism in presence of the opposite sex (third 
day). — Early in afternoon noticed a feeling of flabbiness in the genitalia, 
which felt small (second day). — No feeling at sexual organ. Anaesthesia 
of the genital organs (fifth day). — Waked in the night, with slight sexual 
desire. — The effect on the generative functions passed off in about ten days. 

JRespiratori/ Organ s.— C\earmg the larynx of mucus.— Voice 
sounds dim (second day) — [130.] On divesting oneself of outer garments, 
experience coughing. — Breath fetid ; noticed by others. — Fetid breath no- 
ticed by self (subjective symptom). — Sighing respiration (noticed many 
times). — Respiration is measured ; no interval between inspiration and ex- 
piration.— Deep inspiration. — Deep inspiration (after six hours and a half). 
— Deep inspiration, as if tired, accompanied with no fatigue. — At intervals, 
deep inspiration, as if the chest were laboring under the effect of some in- 
definable oppression. — Deep inspiration and expiration ; chest is emptied 
quickly (second day).— [140.] Experienced the long, deep, uneasy respira- 
tion of previous days, but more intensified, before rising (second day). 

Chest. — Thorax acts automatically, not in accordance with one's whim 
(second day).— Tendency to automatically expand the chest (this recurs as 
a symptom very frequently).— The chest expands itself seemingly to its 
utmost capacity, in an instant collapsing, to be repeated.— Weakness of 
chest, with deep inspiration.— Chest feels empty (second day).— Slight feel- 
ing of oppression.— Chest feels pained or oppressed.Slightly painful sen- 
sation in the left chest in the region of the heart.— Pain in chest, left side, and 
through the heart, flanked by a painful sensation at and toward the spleen, 
the latter momentary, the former continuing, especially that at the heart. 
—Pain m left great pectoral muscle, more aggravated toward the tendon of 
the lesser pectoral and atcoracoid process.— [150.] Somewhat persistent pain 
m the cartilages of the left lower false ribs.— Tenderness over ribs, left side 
anteriorly, just below the heart (after six hours and a half). 

Heart and JPulse.—*'Pa.iii at heart (second day).— At night when 
retired, felt severe convulsive pains at the heart ; severe agonized pain for 
several hours, which returns toward morning (second day). — Sensation of 
a great stone laid upon the heart ; soon after, sensation as if the chest was 


broken out just iu front of the heart (second day). — " Feeling as if the 
heart was transfixed by a blunt instrument, as on a bolt." — Slight pricking 
pain at the heart (second day). — All along felt strong desire to antidote 
the very powerful effect of the drug on the heart and nervous system ; could 
with difficulty at times restrain the desire to take medicine for that purpose. 
— Pulse a little irregular just after dinner (sixth day). — A little before 6 
A.M., counted pulse for one minute; found several dicrotic beats and inter- 
missions in that time (second day). 

Nech and Back. — Week. [160.] Pain on left side of neck (after 
three hours). — At night, pain in the neck on the left side above and along 
the clavicle. — Pain in upper portion of spine and medulla oblongata, run- 
ning upward and expanding through the brain to near its surface, especially 
on stooping or bending head forward, as in bowing or kneeling. — Baek. 
Pain running along the back down to the arms. — Tenderness on pressure 
along the spines of all the cervical and the three or four upper dorsal ver- 
tebrae (aTter five hours and a half). — Dorsal. Pain in the right scapula. 
■ — Painful feeling in dorsal vertebrae. — Dorsal region feels lame on stooping. 
— Jvunibar. Pain at a spot in the muscles of the back, midway between 
the left scapula and sacrum (second day). — Sensation of uneasiness, extend- 
ing to the back as far as the lumbar region, on taking frequent heavy res- 

Extremities in General. — [170.] In the coracoid of the right 
shoulder, as well as in the hamstring tendons of the left thigh, there was 
pain ; so also, in the last phalanx of left index finger. 

Superior JExtremities. — Tired feeling in both arms. — Pain in 
both arms, followed by pain in chest (after four hours and one-third). — ■ 
Pain, with numbness of right arm, when writing (second day). — Pain run- 
ning across the inner side of left arm, felt in the bend of the elbow after 
subsiding elsewhere. — Pain in outer border of elbow-joint, left arm, back 
of and at left shoulder-joint. — Tenderness of the flexor muscles of both 
arms (upper), (after five hours and a half). — Shoulder. Pain in left 
shoulder, like that produced by carrying a heavy weight. — A.7'm. Pain in 
both upper arms. — Pain along inner side of right upper arm (second day). 
■ — [180.] Pain along the outer side of right upper arm', while writing (sec- 
ond day). — Pain in the muscles of the arm, above the elbow anteriorly 
(after four hours and one-third). — Mlbow. Dull pain in left elbow and 
forearm (second day). — Forearm. Pain in left forearm (after four hours 
and one-third). — Soreness and lameness in right forearm above wrist ; con- 
siderable in flexor muscles of right arm on contact.' — Pain in muscles of 
the back of the forearm (after four hours and one-third). — Pain in arm 
posteriorly, over ulna, above wrist (after five hours and a half). — Pain in 
left ulna, with numbness (second day). — Wrist. Pain in back of left 
wrist, running to forearm (after four hours and one-third). — Pain on ulnar 
side of the left carpo-metacarpal joint. — Hand. [190.] Lameness in 
dorsum of left hand. — Pain on dorsum of right hand (after four hours and 
one-third). — Pain in first metacarpal bone of right hand (second day).— 
Pain in metacarpo-phalangeal joints of right baud. — Finf/ers. Pain in 
metacarpal bone of thumb and contiguous bone of right hand. — Drawing 
sensation from end of thumb of right hand upward ; seems as if sprained. 
Pain quite constant. — Left to right drawing pain of right index finger 
afiecting the bone.— Pain in last joint of left index finger (after four hours 
and one-third).— Pain in right ring finger and right wrist (after three hours). 
—[200.] Pain in right ring finger (after one hour).— Pain in left ring, 


iinger returning (after four hours and one-third). — Pain in right little finger. 
— Pain, with lameness in left little finger (after five hours and a half). 

Inferior JEoctremities. — Noticed for several days a dull heaviness 
in my steps. — Compressed feeling from the sacrum down through the limbs, 
terminating at the heels (second day). — Hip. Pain in right hip and head 
of right thigh-bone. — Pain in right trochanter (after four hours and one- 
third). — Knee. Pain in both knees and in left little finger (after four 
hours and one third). — Pain in both knees, on rising. — [210.] Pain in right 
knee. — Pain in knees and ankles, dorsa of feet (second day). — Pain on inner 
side of left knee (after four hours and one-third). — Pain on inner side of 
left knee, low down (after four hours and one-third). — Pain in right patella ; 
difficult to touch without considerable pain on pressure with the hand (after 
three hours). — Ankle. Pain above right external malleolus (at night). 

General Symptoms. — While taking the medicine, I lost in weight 
seven and one-half pounds, which I did not regain for some weeks. — Al- 
lowed the time to pass until noon unoccupied in anything of importance 
(second day). — 111 at ease, restless. — Do not know what to do with myself. 
— Subjective. [220.] Felt weary (second day). — Feel fatigued on rid- 
ing, especially in the lumbar region. — Weak feeling and pressure at the 
heart, on reading or thinking consecutively (sixth day). — Faint feeling, 
followed by nausea, on rising (fourth day). — Feel very uncomfortable ; do 
not know what to do with myself (after six hours and a half). — Each night 
seemed to be under the influence of something powerful. — Feel that I am sick 
(fifth day). — Feel like one recovering from a cold (third day). — Went to 
bed feeling miserably. — Feel the eflJect of an incubus weighing me down, af- 
fecting more particularly the nervous system (fourth day). — [230.] Pain 
through right shoulder-blade, through right hip, and again in right kidney 
(second day). — When mental symptoms subside corporeal ones are aggra- 
vated, and conversely. — Feel worse from the pressure of clothing (after 
three hours). — Feel better on disrobing for the night. — Muscular pains were 
mainly gone in a few days, although echoes of the morbid symptoms were 
perceptible slightly after four or five weeks had elapsed. — The symptoms 
aflfecting the heart and chest were mainly gone in ten days after taking the 
medicine ; some syrnptoms being noted longer, as sighing respiration. 

Shin. — Eriiptions. Pustules on body, more on the nates and gluteal 
region. — Pustule on the lip near the left ala of the nose (second day). — 
Subjective. Felt for two days, more on second day, intolerable itching 
over the whole surface of the body. On the third day it was perfectly un- 
bearable. After annoying me very much, it gradually left me. — Itching 
in various parts of the body (second day).— [240.] Itching of the nose 
(seeopd day). — Lower extremities have a prickling feeling, when kneeled 
or flexed (fourth day).— Itching of right popliteal space (fifth day).— Itch- 
ing quite severe, with roughness of the skin in the right popliteal space (at 
night).— Itching of the skin of the right popliteal space returns many times 
after concluding the proving, and is very noticeable almost every day of 
the ninth week. — Itching on sole of left foot (fourth day). — The itching of 
the sole of the left foot perfectly aggravating (much more severe than that 
symptom on the ninth day) on the eighth week ; in fact as troublesome and 
presenting as severe objective symptoms as any chilblain. 

Sleej} and Dreams — Slee2)iness. Yawning.— Great fit of yawn- 
ing (second day).— 11 P.M., drowsiness (after eleven hours).— [250.] Drow- 
siness on closing the eyes. — Slept soundly ; did not hear anything of a 
heavy shower that came on in the night.-^Slept all night without undress- 


ing, as T had thrown myself down and fallen asleep. — Sleeplessness. 
Late at night, but not sleepy. — 11 p.m., not sleepy ; miud disturbed (after 
six hours and a half). — During the night slept but little (second day). — 
Dreams. Full of dreams of large assemblies of persons, and things re- 
lating to scenes forgotten for years.— Slept pretty well ; disturbed by dreams 
of a dog, and a fracas, very exciting to the nerves. — Re-dreamed old dreams 
in part or whole. 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — (Night), Pain at heart ; pain in neck ; 
pain above malleolus ; feeling as if under influence of something powerful. 
— (Oft bending head to floor), Eyelid painful. — (On descending steps). Pain 
in occiput. — (From pressure of clothing), Feeh viorse. — (Oft reading and 
thinking consecutively), Weak feeling, etc., at heart. — ( Oft heavy respiration). 
Sensation extending to back. — (Oft rising from kneeling), Dizziness, etc.— 
(Stooping, or bending head forward). Pain in upper portion of spine, etc. — 
(On undressing). Cough. — ( When ivriting). Pain iu arm. 

Amelioration. — (On undressing for thi night), Feels better. 


Cereus serpen tinus. Haw. Nat. order, Cactacese. 

Preparation, Tincture of the stems. 

Authority. Dr. John H. Fitch, proving with 15 drops (first day) and -^ 
dr. of tincture (third day), Kunze's Monograph on Cactus, p. 31. 

MJincl. — JEmotional. Light, lascivious feeling (second day). — 
Prone to lascivious thoughts (tenth day). — Pray nearly all night (third 
day). — At night, remained at a late hour at prayer ; intended to remain 
all night at prayer, but fell asleep. — Very irritable, inclined to profanity 
(sixteenth day). — Very irritable, nervous, swear a little (third day). — 
Angry at trifles.— -Fit of sudden ungovernable rage (eighth day). — Great 
apathy for several days (tenth day). — [10.") Insipidity of life; everything 
mechanical, no enjoyment (eighth day). — Intellectual. Feel mixed up, 
rage, swearing mood (nineteenth day). — Unfitness for study; after reading 
a short time, get impression to desist (ninth day). — Mistakes made in con- 
versation ; use the word fat for hat. — Omit the final part of a word in 
writing (ninth day). 

Head. — Felt dizzy in morning, raising, with a scraping effort, mucus 
from the throat (second day). — Tensive pain in head and brain. — Feeling 
as if the back part of the brain were detached from the anterior portion 
and rotten (eighth day). 

Eye. — Pain ; slight drawing in right orbit (eighth day). — Itching of 
the inner canthus of the right eye, internal surface of the lid bordering the 
tarsal cartilage. 

Ear. — [20.] Singing in right ear (ninth day). — Epistaxis (sixteenth day). 

Face. — In morning, awoke with a yellowish hue of countenance; 
slightly chilly (no fire in room), (second day). 

Mouth.— fVangwe, has been dry for two or three days (fifth day). — At 
dinner, bite the inside of the mouth, right cheek (second day). 

Throat. — Mucus in throat (sixteenth day). — ^Mucus in throat and 
nose adhering (seventh day). — In afternoon, much mucus in throat, also in 

f See also Dr. Burt's proving under Cactus. 


evening (tenth day). — Much loose mucus in throat (pharynx), (seventh 
day). — Much tenacious mucus in throat, detached with difficulty (fourth 
day). — [30.] Much raising of mucus from the throat, and discharged from 
the throat (seventeenth day). — Much expectoration of congealed mucus 
from the throat and nasal passages, through the course of the morning. — 
At times, considerable expectoration of mucus from throat, and dislodg- 
ment of mucus from nostrils. — Clearing of the throat of mucus very often 
(seventeenth day). — Throat cleared of mucus a great deal of the time this 
morning (twentieth day). 

Abdomen. — Gas passed from bowels (fourth day). — A good deal of 
gas passed by the bowels at times, and symptoms recurring again (fifth 
day). — Very strongly smelling flatus from the bowels (eighth day). 

Stool. — 8.40 A.M., loose stool (second day). — 9.30 p.m., had a stool like 
a large lump; difficult; felt better afterward (eighth day). 

Urinary Organs. — [40.] 10 p.m., pain in the region of the right 
kidney (eighth day). — Urgency to urinate (third day). — Enuresis (six- 
teenth day). — Urine increased ; urinate every four hours (third day). — 
Urine pale tea-green (ninth day). — Urine yellowish, with a tinge of green 
(ninth day). — -Urine the past three days deep-colored (fifth day). — At 
noon, in passing urine, it precipitated a cloudy sediment (fifth day). 

Sexual Organs. — Genital organs seem small (third and fourth 
days). — Genital organs small and dwindled. — [50.] Excited condition of 
genital organs ; hyperjemia and hyperasthenia increased by walking (ninth 
day). — Sensation as if a seminal emission were in danger of taking place, 
with absence of any lascivious thought or fancy (eighth day). — Pain in 
right testicle, with coldness (fourteenth day). — Towards 10 a.m., a seminal 
emission, which seems as if it passed " like a lump ;" feeling as if a lump 
had passed one (ninth day). — Remain up very late, retire, and have an 
emission of semen, followed by an incisive and very great urgent pain, first 
in one and then in the other testicle ; passed the time in the evening in 
prayer, with partial relief (eighth day). 

Chest. — Thorax increased by drawing deep inspiration (third day). — 
A considerable drawing sensation or pain was felt over left collar-bone 
(immediately) ; after a little while it returns, accompanied with pressure 
and weight over that quarter of the chest. — Pain in chest, right side, just 
below the axilla and shoulder (after three hours). — Drawing pain in right 
pectoral muscles, in the direction and at tendon of pectoralis minor and at 
coracoid process (eighth day). 

Heart and False. — Feel the effect of muscular exertion of the 
heart (eighth day). — [60.] Paralyzed feeling in heart (9.50 p.m.), (ninth 
day). — Feel pain at heart after retiring (seventh day). — Pain at heart 
after exertion, followed by shortness of breath, relieved after taking a full 
inspiration (nineteenth day). — Momentary pain at heart (second day). — 
Afternoon, short sharp pain through the heart (second day). — Thrusting 
pain at heart, followed by sighing respiration (second day). 
_ Wech and Hack. — Pain in neck, with pei-spiration on slight exer- 
tion (fifth day). — Pain felt, especially on posterior cervical muscles (fifth 
day). — Tenderness of the cervical muscles (third day). — Lameness of right 
shoulder-blade, lower portion, dorsum, running to side (third day). — [70.] 
Pain in back, region of kidneys (third day). 

Superior Extremities.— Pain in right arm (sixth day). — Severe 
pain in right arm, in writing (seventh day). — Pain along course of nerves 
on inner side of right arm (eighth day). — Shoulder. Pain with coldness 


toward the shoulder, in a cold room (ninth day). — Lameness (very bad) of 
the right shoulder, constant for most of the day ; feel as if a heavy load 
had been carried on it, which had produced a bruised chest (third day). — 
Pain in right shoulder (eighth day). — Feeling as if the shoulders were 
sprained by exertion of the muscles (eighth day). — Pinch in left deltoid 
muscle. — Elbow. Heaviness of the left arm at the elbow, a kind of tired 
feeling. — [80.] Pain (sharp) in right elbow (fifth day). — At evening, pain 
in right elbow, gnawing pain (fifth day). — Wrist. Pain in right wrist 
(fifth day). — Hand. Pain in fifth metacarpal bone of right hand, with 
aching toward wrist, extended to elbow (ninth day).— Fingers. Pain in 
left little finger (second day). 

Inferior Extremities. — Pain in right lower extremity, near knee 
(eighth day). — After kneeling, numbness of right extremities, from the knee 
down (tenth day). — Pain in the dorsum and inner side of right foot, draw- 
ing in character ; feels as if a horse had stepped on it (eighth day). 

General Symptoms. — Voluptuous feeling (ninth day). — Faint 
feeling, with all the time much saliva in the mouth ; (this has occurred 
before during seasons of great despondency, to which I have been subject), 
(fifth day). — [90.] Feel badly, with dwindling of genital organs (sixteenth 
day). — Feel like one recovering from a cold (cephalic catarrh), (second 
day). — Painful feeling in bones, as if a snowstorm were coming (am very 
sensitive to such influences during the winter months), (third day). — Its 
more potent action is in affecting the nerves and muscular organs on the 
right side of the body. 

Skin. — Pustule on forehead, left side (second day). — Pustule oh right 
upper lip, angle of the mouth, on parts covered by beard (fifth day). — 
Very sore spot in beard just below left angle of mouth (fifth day). — Burn- 
ing-itching of the ala nasi. — Itching of the surface of the chin covered by 
the beard, also of the upper lip in beard. — Itching very severe on sole and 
sides of right foot, mostly toward the heel (eighth day). 

Fever. — [100.] Sensitiveness to cold (third day). — ^Feel chilly easily 
(second day). — Very sensitive to cold in chest (sixteenth day). — Cold feel- 
ing at side of neck, below ears (second day). — Perspire easily (fourth 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), When hawking mucus, 
felt dizzy ; on waking, face yellow, etc. — {After exertion), Pain at heart. — 
{On writing). Pain in arm. 

A.melioration. — {Full inspiration), Pain at heaxt.— {Prayer), Pain 
in testicle. 


Cervus campestris, Cuv. (called by Mure, Cervus Brasilicus). Brazilian 
name, Grouazoupita ; the Brazilian deer. 

Preparaiio?i, Triturations of the fresh hide, covered with hair. 

Authority. Mure, Pathogenesie Bresilienne. 

JUind. — Dejection during the day (third day). 

Head. — Dizziness and heaviness of the head (first day). — The dizzi- 
ness continues (second day). — Dizzy-headed ;. slight weight on the forehead 
(third day). — At 5 in the morning, the head feels heavy and dull, es- 
pecially the front part (first day). — At noon, the head feels compressed, as 
by a band tied at the nape of the neck (first day). — Weight in the forehead 
(second day). 


Eye. — Vision very sensitive to light; he cannot open his eyes iu the 
sunlight (second day). 

JVbse.— Sensation like a needle-prick on the right wing of the nose (first 

Face. — [10.] The face is mottled in various places (third day). 

Mouth.— At 9.30 o'clock, the left side of the tongue feds hurt (first 
day). — Taste of doughy bread in the mouth (second and third days). — Cop- 
pery taste in the mouth, and a sensation of heat in the throat, when taking 
the drug (first day). 

Abdomen. — At 6 o'clock, slight pain around the navel, of short du- 
ration (first day). — Pricking pain in the navel when lying down (second 
day). — Intermitting pain in right groin after walking (second day). — At 8 
o'clock, pain like a needle-prick in the right groin in the direction of the 
joint, lasting a quarter of an hour (second day). 

Stool. — Slight diarrhoea (first day). 

Urinary Organs. — Urine of the color of very strong tea (first 


Sexual Organs. — [20.] Erection in the evening, with desire to lie 
down (third day). 

Superim^ Mxtretnities. — Numbness of the arm on which he lies 
at night (third day). — Numbness of the hands and legs (fourth day). 

Inferior JExtremities. — Frequent pain, now in the left buttock, 
now in the thigh (first day). — Induration of the left leg, with lancinating 
pain (third day). — Weakness of the left leg (first day). — Uneasiness in left 
leg (fourth day). — Sensation as if lashed with a whip on the inner side of 
the right leg, with red spots (second day). — Small callosity above the left 
internal malleolus (first day). — Bruised sensation in the left toes (first 

General Symptoms. — [30,] (Languid feeling; he wants to lie 
down), (first day). — Feeling as if tired and bruised all over (first day). — 
(Unable to work), (first day). — Uneasiness (first day). 

Skin. — Appearance like incipient erysipelas (second day). — Dark-red 
spots, with inflammation of the right side of the face (first day). — Red and 
moist spots on the left leg (third day). — Feeling of gooseflesh, as if some 
one was cutting cork close to him (first day). 

Sleep. — Yawning (second day). — Repeated yawning (first day). — [40.] 
Drowsiness from 2.30 to 3 o'clock (first day). — Quiet and short sleep ; he 
wakes four times in the night (third day). — Restless sleep, as on the first 
night (second day). — Light or comatose sleep, with dreams of men dressed 
in black, pistol-shots, imprisonment (first day). — Awakes several times in 
the night, always preoccupied with the idea of quarrelling with some one 
who frightened him (second day). 

Fever.— Chilliness. Shivering, with twitching (second day). — 
Feels cold, although well wrapped up (first day). — Heat. Constant heat 
in head (first day). — 4 o'clock, the heat in the forehead and face increases 
(first day). — Heat of the legs (first day). — [50.] Heat in the right leg, 
where the red, sore place is (third day). 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — '{Evening), Erection, etc. — ( When 
lying down), Pain in navel. — {After walking). Pain iu groin. 



Matricaria chamomilla, L. Nat. order, Composita3. Common name, 

Preparation, Tincture of the whole plant when in flower. 

Authorities. 1, Hahnemann, E. A. M. L., 3, 63 ; 2, Stapf, ibid., effects 
of several cups of strong chamomile tea on a girl of 19 years ; 3, Cullen, 
Mat. Med., II, p. 94, ibid., " general statement of effects ;" 4, Lund, Munro, 
Pringle, Rosenstein, from Hahnemann, "general statement;" 5, Senac, De 
recondita febrium iutermit. et remit, natura, "effect when used in intermit- 
tents" (6 to '[Q, provings of Prof. Hoppe in Horn. V. Jahrssohrift, 13); 6, 
Carl Haydel, proving with the 12th ;t 7, ibid., proving with the 6th ; 8, 
ibid., proving with the 3d ; 9, ibid., proving with the 2d ; 10, ibid., proving 
with the 1st; 11, ibid., proving with the tincture;;!; 12, Reidhaar (med. 
student of Prof Hoppe), proving with the 6th dil.; 13, ibid., proving with 
the 1st; 14, ibid., proving with the tincture, 5 to 40 drops; (15 and 16, 
Prof. Hoppe's provings on himself, are omitted) ;§ 17, Heneke, proving 
with " Essentia cham. fortis," repeated doses 6 to 30 drops, A. H. Z., 67, 
89; (18, omitted); 19, Knorre, symptoms from an infant fed on Chamo- 
mile tea, and also from children from the flowers, A. H. Z., 6, 34 ; 20, Be'r- 

ridge, fragmentary proving of Mrs. , with one dose of the 4000th Jeni- 

chen, N. Am. J. of H., N. S., 3, 503; 21, Schneller, provingwith repeated 
doses of from 2 to 24 grains of the extract (Zeit. d. K. K. Gesell. d, Aerzte 
in Wien), Br. J. of Hom., 6, 270; 22, general symptoms of five physicians, 
of the preceding society, who took the extract in doses of from 2 to 24 
grains a day, B. J. of Horn., 6, 267. 

M-ind. — Emotional. Great mental excitement (ten minutes after 5 

f This prover (as also the other provers under Prof. Hoppe) kept accurate ac- 
counts of the condition before the proving ; their previous condition has been care- 
fully considered by the editor of this Encyclopedia, and the symptoms then observed 
have not been included in the proving. 

J At the conclusion of Haydel's provings Prof. Hoppe notes as follows: "After 
a month he reported that the stool had occurred only every second day; the tongue 
"vvas somewhat cleaner than before the proving; he had experienced no more pains 
in the arms and legs, and no more in the teeth ; on the velum there was shown the 
previous slight redness, and the mucus in the mouth was rusty-colored in the morn- 
ing, the gum was iirni and of a flesh color, and bled no more on brushing the teeth ; 
on hawking in the morning he brought up some clear blood (as before proving. — Ed.) ; 
pressure upon the stomach was somewhat painful ; rapid motion caused some palpi- 
tation ; chest and heart as formerly ; pulse, in the afternoon while sitting, 9'2, some- 
what small and soft. He felt generally well and vigorous, and was busy in his usual 
active way with his studies. From Chamomilla he experienced some improvement 
in his general condition, but for the most part the improvement had been only tran- 
sient. He did not know that I had given him Cham, to prove, but toward the end 
of his proving he suspected that it was the drug. It is true that this proving has 
its faults, but it cannot bo denied that the symptoms of Cham., as experienced by 
this young man, are remarkably numerous and clearly pronounced, and that he was 
able to observe these symptoms with special ability and jkill." 

I The editor has found it impossible to sift Prof. Hoppe's provings in any way 
that would furnish a reliable picture of the action of the drug. Prof. H. suffered 
habitually from : Isi, Dental periostitis in some bicuspids and tricuspids; 2d, Ten- 
dency to cerebral hyperajmia and vertigo ; 3d, Tendency to nasal catarrh ; 4th, Ten- 
dency to cough and to bronchial catarrh ; 5th, Palpitation of the heart ; 6th, Diar- 
rhoea; 7th, Various pains and muscular rheumatisms ; the action of the drug upon 
Prof. H. is, however, exceedingly interesting and instructive. 


drops),". — At night while awake and sitting up in bed, he talks strangely,^ 
— At night, it seems as though he hears the voices of absent persons,^. — Fixed 
ideas (later action),^ — The disposition, which was formerly very much 
affected by every depressing or exciting circumstance, was soothed by 
Chamomilla at the beginning of every proving, so that he became equable 
and insensible to every provocation ; after awhile, however, a certain ex- 
haustion, indolence, and inactivity of mind appeared, which ceased on stop- 
ping the remedy, and the former irritability returned,'". — Earnest and taci- 
turn mood ; reconciled to his fate, about which he is deeply affected (later 
action ),'. — Weeping and wailing,'. — Weeping mood and desj)ondency ; she 
complains of loss of sleep on account of general bruised feeling in the 
limbs,'. — Cries piteously (after four hours),'. — [10.] *Moaning on aceount 
of a very trifling offence, which had happened a long time ago,^. — Moaning and 
groaning on account of ill-humor (after five hours),'. — ^Involuntary moan- 
ing, with heat of the face,^. — ^Piteous moaning of a child because he cannot 
have what he wants (after three hours),'. — Mood depressed and uneasy 
(eight days after 60 drops),". — Very depressed mood, with anxiety and 
oppression, as of impending evil (twenty minutes after 5 drops),". — Reflec- 
tive ; one cannot get a word out of her,l — Apprehensiveness (tenth day),'*. 
— Apprehensive feeling and depressed mood (soon after 60 drops),". — Dread 
of every work,'. — [20.] * Great dread of wind,'-. — Anxiety, as if he was 
obliged to go to stool and ease himself,'. — * Anxiety, with ineffectual urging 
to urinate, without much urine in the bladder,^. — Anxiety while urinating, 
without any mechanical hindrance,'. — Repeated attacks of anxiety during 
the day,'. — *Full of anxiety, with great uneasiness (forty-five minutes after 
10 drops),". — He is beside himself on account of anxiety ; weeps and sweats 
profusely,'. — * Very anxious ; everything that she undertakes is very unsatis- 
factory ; she ig irresolute, with flushes of heat in the face, and cool sweat in the 
palms,'. — He is excessively anxious in bed, but .not out of it, with rapidly 
changing pupils,'. — Hypochondriac anxiety,'. — [30.] Trembling anxiety, 
with palpitation (after one hour),'. — (She makes conscientious scruples 
about everything),'.^* Z>i.s/)o.siiio™ again much more excited than usual (sev- 
enth day after 60 drops),". — Mood somewhat excited, uneasy (fifth day),'. 
— Excited, irritable temper,''l — ^Irritable mood,'. — ^*Mood irritable ; easily 
becomes impatient (third day after 5 drops),". — ^Disposition irriiable and 
impatient,". — Since taking this drug, the great irritability of disposition 
has very much diminished, even to the point of being blunted,". — * Ill-hu- 
mored and irritable, the whole day (third day),'*. — [40.] Ill-humor; he sus- 
pects that he has been imposed upon,'. — * Peevish disposition (22 and 24 
grains),". — The disposition was quiet during the whole day, though *the 
pains sometimes made him very peevish, especially those which involved 
the joints, and extended along the bones as paralytic and drawing pains ; the 
wrist-pains sometimes seemed intolerable, although they were not very severe, 
and were transient,".f — * Peevishness ; she seeks a cause for being peevish at 
everything (after three hours),'. — ^Peevish about everything, with dyspnoea'. 
— *Fretful,and easily irritated (third and fourth days),". — *IIeis constantly 
fretful and inclined to be peevish,'. — -Morning, on rising, fretful and disin- 
clined to mental labor ; during the day better (second day),". — * Fretful, 
out of humor, and obstinate, even to quarrelling, on the -appearance of the 

f It seoms remarkable that Herr H. should characterize these pains as intolerable, 
and as making him so uncomfortable and fretful, especially as he did not know what 
ho was taking. — Prof. Hoppe. 


menses,'^. — Fretfulness, for two hours/. — [50.] Fretfulness, after eating 
dinner/. — * Morose fretfulness ; everything that another does is wrong ; no one 
does anything to please him^. — *He frets internally about every trifle,^ Dis- 
posed to anger, scorn, and quarrelsomeness (after two hours),'. — Morose, 
inclined to scorn (after twelve hours),'. — Talks with aversion, in a short, 
abrupt way,''. — *" Great impatience" everything seems io go too slowly (^heen 
minutes after 6 drops),". — *Whiniiig' restlessness ; the child wants this 
and that, and when it is given he will not have it, or pushes it from him 
(after four hours),'. — He cannot stop talking about old vexatious circum- 
stances,'. — *IIe cannot endure being spoken to, or interrupted, especially after 
rising from sleep, with sluggish pupils, difficult to dilate and to contract 
(after ten hours),'.t — [60'] His hypochondriac whims and his peevishness 
about the most trifling circumstances seem to him to depend upon stupidity 
and heaviness of the head and constipation,'. — *The child can only be quiet 
when carried on the arm,'. — Want of attention, careless; external objects 
make no impression upon him ; he is indifferent to everything (after two 
hours),'. — Intellectual, Confused, excited mind,'*'. — He stammers, uses 
wrong expressions, and corrects himself (after four hours),'. — He understood 
a question wrongly and answered incorrectly, with subdued voice, as if he 
were delirious (after six hours),'. — * When writing or speaking, he omits 
whole words,^. — Thoughts vanish,'. — Absence of mind ; he sits lost in 
thought,'. — Great distraction of mind, even amounting to loss of ideas and 
inability to reflect earnestly for any length of time, in the afternoon,". — 
[70.] Dulness of the senses, diminished comprehension (after four, five, 
and six hours),'. — A joyless dulness of the semises, with sleepiness, without, 
however, being able to sleep,^. — He understands and comprehends nothing 
aright, as if a kind of deafness prevented him, or as if he were in a wak- 
ing dream (after one hour and a half),'. — Exhaustion of mind (fourth day 
after 60 drops),". — Complete mental exhaustion, in the evening,'. — He is 
easily exhausted by reflecting,'. — Disinclination for mental work (soon),^. 
— Great disinclination for mental work,". — When waking, while yet over- 
powered with sleep, he mistakes familiar persons for quite different ones 
(larger ones),'. — Slight stupefaction, with some vertigo,". — [80.] Slight 
sensation of stupefaction, with feeling of compressure of the brain,". — • 
* Coma vigil, or rather an inability to open the eyes ; slumbering without sleep, 
quick expiration, and tearing headache in the forehead, with nausea (after one 
hour and a half),'. — * The child lies senseless, completely without conscious- 
ness; frequent changes in the face, distortion of the eyes, contraction of the 
facial muscles, rattling in the chest, with much cough ; it yawns and stretches 
very much,^. 

Head. — Confusion, Confusion of head,^^ — Confusion of the head, 
with great inclination to bend it backward (fourth day after 5 drops),". — 
Confusion of the head, with sticking and boring in it, especially in the 
right temple, in the morning (after 60 drops),". — Confusion of the head, 
with pressure by paroxysms, during the afternoon,'. — Confusion of the head, 
urith transient painful pressure on the eyes, in the afternoon,^. — Great confu- 

t The disease, sometimes dangerous, similar to an acute bilious fever, which is 
caused by violent vexatious anger, with heat of the face, unquenchable thirst, bil- 
ious taste, anxiety, uneasiness, etc., has so much homceopathic similarity to the 
symptoms of Chainomilla that it cannot be otherwise than that ChamomilUi should 
relieve the whole trouble speedily and specifically; one drop of the diluted juice, 
as above mentioned, removes this condition as by magic. — H. 


siou of the head/". — Very great confusion of the head throughout the whole 
day, with great disinclination for every mental labor, which immediately 
increased the headache,'. — [90.] Head confused (second day),". — Head 
confused, after waking in the morning,". — Head quite confused, especially 
while lying down (third day),'. — Head much confused, on waking (fourth 
morning after 5 drops),". — Head very much confused ; scarcely able to do 
any mental work,". — Head very much confused and stupefied, on waking 
at 5 A.M. (second day after 5 drops),". — Stupefaction' of the head (forty 
minutes after 40 drops),". — Stupefaction of the head (forty-five minutes 
after 5 drops),". — Stupefaction of the head, without real headache,". — Stu- 
pefaction of the head returns one hour after the nose-bleed, with vertigo, 
especially on closing the eyes, at 7 a.m. (third day after 5 drops),". — [100.] 
Dulnes^ of the head.l — VertUfO. Vertigo (tenth day),". — Vertigo, even 
to faiutness,'. — Vertigo, in the morning,\ — Vertigo, in the evening, as if he 
were unable to collect his senses,'. — Vertigo, after drinking coflTee,'. — * Ver- 
tigo, after eating,^. — (Vertigo and dim vision after lying down, with tran- 
sient heat in the face),'. — Vertigo, on rising after sitting a long time,'^ — 
Vertigo while sitting erect, not while lying,^ — [HO.] (Vertigo, when stoop- 
ing),'. — Vertigo, especially when talking (after sixteen hours),'. — Vertigo, 
even to falling down, as if the head were topheavy, when walking soon 
after eating,'. — Vertigo, with dizziness,'.f — Some vertigo in the forenoon,'^ 
— Some vertigo, after stooping a long time, and some cough,'*. — Slight at- 
tack of vertigo (thirty minutes after 5 drops),". — *Slight attacks of vertigo, 
ivith tendency to faint (diher a quarter of an hour),'. — A drunken staggering 
kind of vertigo, in the morning on rising from bed,^. — General JlefUl. 
Eush of blood to head,''^ — [120.] Eush of blood to the head, with pressure 
on the vertex (second day after 6 drops),". — Eush of blood to the head and 
chest (five minutes after 10 drops),". — Eush of blood to the head and chest, 
with stitches in the right side of the chest, on every earnest thought (third 
day after 5 drops),". — Great rush of blood to the head, with heat in the 
face and oppression of the chest, together with stitches in the chest (third 
day),'. — Great rush of blood to the head, with intense stitches in the head 
on every motion of it, and on every stooping, even existing during rest, at 
3 P.M. ; this headache was relieved when, at 7 p.m., some drops of blood 
flowed from the nose; soon after the headache ceased (third day),'". — At 
noon, during the heat, violent rush of blood to the head, with pressive 
pains ; relieved at evening while walking in the cool air (twelfth day after 
60 drops),".— Congestion to the head,'. — Continual congestion of the head, 
with pressure on the vertex, aggravated by every mental work,". — Severe 
congestion to the head, at 5 a.m. (second day after 5 drops),".— Violent 
congestion to the head (eleventh day after 60 drops),". — [130.] *IneUned 
to bend the head backward (second day after 20 drops),". — Great inclina- 
tion to bend the head backward,'" ".—She wags the head backward and 
forward,'. — Almost complete inability to hold the head erect; he is 
obliged to bend it either far forward or far backward (thirty minutes after 
5 drops),".— Head heavy, with pressure and burrowing pain'inthe temples, 
especially in the right, at 6 p.m. (second day after 5 drops),". — Head con- 
tinues heavy and confused, especially in the occiput,". — Heaviness of the 
head,' l— Heaviness of the head (fourth day after 60 drops),".— Heaviness 
of the head, on waking in the morning (second day),«.— Great heaviness of 
the head,'".— [140.] Great heaviness, with drawing forward of the head 

t Compare S. 800. 


(thirty minutes after 5 drops),". — Headache,''''. — Headache noticed, even 
during sleep,\ — Headache, consisting of heaviness and bruised sensation 
(after three hours), \ — Headache, in the morning in bed, while the eyes are 
still closed in a half-waking sleep ; it disappears when completely awake 
and after rising,^ — Headache and vertigo, after sitting a long time after 
exerting the mind (fourth day),". — Headache, with confusion of the head, 
and very excited disposition (third day after 5 drops),". — Home headache 
in the whole head,".— Severe headache iu the evening (fourth day),'*. — 
Some headache after eating,". — [150.] The characteristic headache became 
very much increased in the evening, with sensation of great weakness in 
the head,''. — The characteristic headache returns again soon after waking, 
especially the pressure in the vertex, extending to the forehead and temples, 
■with a sensation as if the temples were pressed together with the thumbs ; 
aggravated by mental effort (second day),". — Sensation of heat in the head 
(five minutes after 10 drops),". — Sensation of great heat in the head (ten 
minutes after 5 drops),". — Sensation of fulness in the head,". — Sensation 
of fulness in the head and nose, with great rush of blood to them (fifth 
day after 60 drops),". — Pain in the head, as if it would burst, on waking 
from sleep (after thirteen hours),'. — Sensation of compression of the brain 
by the dura mater; this sensation was relieved by the appearance of heat 
in the head and the beginning of a gentle perspiration,". — Sensation in the 
brain, as from constriction of the meninges (soon after 60 drops),". — Head- 
ache, with violent pressure, as from strong pressure with the finger, alter- 
nating sometimes in the temples, sometimes in the lower portion of the 
forehead and in the frontal eminences, with great inclination to bend the 
head backwards (second day),'". — [160.] "^Headache, especially in the temples; 
a pressure as from firm pressure with the fingers (eighth day after 60 dropsj,". 
— Pressing headache, especially in the vertex and temples (third day after 
6 drops),". — Pressing and burrowing headache, especially in the forehead 
and temples (second day after 20 drops),". — Pressive and pressing head- 
ache, half an hour after rising, which was aggravated when the attention 
was directed to it, but which, however, soon ceased (second day),". — Pressive 
and stupefying headache the whole afternoon, periodically returning ; this 
pain begins with a severe pressure upon the vertex, then extends to the 
forehead and temples, where it remains a long time (third day),'. — Con- 
fused pressive headache, when sitting and reflecting,'. — The characteristic 
pressive headache reappeared half an hour after taking the drug, and was 
accompanied by severe attacks of an exhausted sensation in all the limbs 
and joints,'". — Pressure in the head (thirty minutes after 20 drops),". — 
'^Pressure inercasinff and decreasing, esp)ecially in the right half of the fore- 
head (tnd in the right temple, where are also felt very freqnent dull stitches, 
which sometimes extend to the occiput like electric sparks,^'. — Pressure and 
heaviness in the head, with stitches in the temples, especially in the right, 
during the afternoon (second day after 60 drops),". — [170.] Pressure, ach- 
ing, and heaviness in the head, especially in the sagittal suture (third day 
after 60 drops),". — Some pressure in the head,". — The pressive pain in the 
head returns, with pressive pain in the eyeballs, and sensation in the right 
half of the head, especially in the right temporal region, as from a sharp 
angle pressing into the head (soon), (second experiment),'. — Pressive pain 
in the head, which he noticed soon after taking, was repeated in the course 
of the afternoon, when it seemed to be decidedly congestive in its charac- 
ter ; this pain continued, as a very violent attack, iu the morning and after- 
noon, for one hour; it seemed to be a pressure upon the vertex and whole 


top of the head, extending to the neighboring parts ; it commeiiced slight, 
and gradually increased in severity and slowly decreased ; it never entirely 
disappeared, but continued, now weaker, now more severe, especially in the 
forehead and temples, chiefly on the right side, sometimes aifecting the fore- 
head and temples at the same time, at another time affecting only one of 
these places, frequently associated with a severe pressure upon the right 
eyeball, in the region of the superior oblique muscle, though this pressure 
was only transient,'. — Violent pressive pain in the head, especially in the 
forehead, on waking ; aggravated by motion, or by earnest thought, even 
by reading as usual, with inability to fix the attention long upon any ob- 
ject (fourth day),'. — Fine sticking headache,^ — Severe stitches through- 
out the whole head, extending obliquely from the head of the hard palate 
to the top of the skull (third hour after 40 drops),". — Some severe stitches 
in the brain,'. — Headache like needle-stitches, as if the eyes would fall out 
of the head,\ — Excessive tearing headache at midnight, which, however, 
on account of very deep sleep, only awakens him for a moment,^ — [180.] 
Throbbing headache (after fourteen hours),\ — Great pulsation in the head 
(fifteen minutes after 6 drops),". — Single beatings in the head (after a 
quarter of an hour),\ — Forehead. Heaviness and dulness in the fore- 
head (twenty minutes after 5 drops),". — Pain in the bones of both sides of 
the forehead (after three hours),\ — Pain in the forehead, aggravated by 
moving the head,". — Burning in the forehead,'l — Sensation of constriction, 
as with a broad band, in the |brehead (third day),'. — Sensation of compres- 
sion in the forehead (thirty fhinutes after 5 drops),". — Dull burrowing and 
digging in the forehead and temples (soon after 60 drops),". — [190.] Sen- 
sation of pressure in the forehead and temporal region (third day),'. — Pres- 
sure in the frontal protuberances, aggravated by sitting and studying, 
relieved by walking, even by walking in the heat (after six hours),". — 
Pressure and digging pains in the forehead, especially in the right side,". — 
Pressure and dull digging in the frontal eminences, now in the right, now 
in the left side (forty-five minutes after 5 drops),". — Slight pressure on the 
forehead and vertex, in the forenoon (fifth day),'. — Pressive pain in the 
forehead and vertex (second day after 60 drops),". — The frontal headache 
■which appeai-ed to-day lasted till towards evening ; a pressive, rather severe 
Ijain, with pressure upon both eyes, and dull stitches in the right temple,'. 
^Severe stitches in the right tuber frontalis, in a spot of the size of a half 
dollar, at times in rapid succession, at times many stitches at once; this 
symptom frequently returns (second day),'. — Tearing headache in the fore- 
head, with a sensation as if a lump were falling forward, while sitting, or 
turning over in bed,l — Recurrent, paroxysmal, tearing headache in the 
forehead,^ — [200.] Sticking-tearing headache in the forehead, whjch ex- 
tends into the chest,\ — Jerking headache in the forehead, especially after 
eating,'.— Temi>/es. The left temple is swollen and painful to touch (after 
six hours),'. — Pain in the left temjjle (second day),'*. — Slight pain in the 
left temple, followed by heat of the forehead, with some pressive pain in 
it, 'I — * Wandering paim in the temples, frequently recurring, and always worse 
at the beginning,^\ — ^Sensation of great compression in the temples, as with 
both thumbs (forty-five minutes after 5 drops),". — '*Pressive 2}aiiis in both 
temples, ivith sensation as if one were pressing strongly with the thumbs, dur- 
ing the whole forenoon,^. — '-^^ Sense of severe pressing inward ivith the fingers in 
the temples (third day),'. — Stitches in the temples, with pressure and rush 
of blood to the head ; the violent headaches and congestions of the head 
were in a great measure dependent upon the great heat, and were relieved 


immediately after the occurrence of a refreshing, cooling rain (thirteenth 
day after 60 drops),". — [210.] Stitchijs in the left temple,".— Stitches in 
the left temple (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),". — Stitches in the left 
temple and pain in the stomach (sixth day),'*. — Slight stitches in the left 
temple twice (third day),". — Transient stitches in the left temple,". — Severe 
stitches in the right temple (after six hours),". — Dull .stitches in the tem- 
ples, now in the right, now in the left,". — Dull stitches in the right temple 
and right side of the chest (soon after 5 drops),". — Boring stitches in the 
Hght temple, with heaviness and dull digging in the head,". — Tearing head- 
ache in one temple,'. — [220.] * Tearing and sticking, extending outward to 
the temples,^. — Especially severe painful pulsation in the temporal arteries, 
with violent compressive pain in the right temple, toward noon,'. — VeT- 
tex. Headache on the right side of the vertex, at noon (fourth day),". — 
The characteristic pain in the vertex, extending over the forehead &nd tem- 
ples, reappeared, scarcely noticed at first, but becoming more severe for 
four hours (soon after taking),". — Pressure in the upper part of the brain ; 
this pressive sensation extended as a slight compression over the whole 
skull, with a sensation of weakness in the limbs, soon after taking,". — Dull 
pressure on the upper part of the head, extending to the temples and occi- 
put, with a slight sensation as if one were pressing the head from all sides 
(after five minutes),^ — Pressure on the top of the head, again extending 
over the whole head, when at last the head seems compressed from all sides, 
especially in the right temporal region (half an hour after the 6th),'. — 
Pressure upon the vertex (second day after 20 drops),". — Pressure upon 
the vertex (third day),'. — Pressure upon the vertex and in the orbital re- 
gion (second day after 60 drops),". — [230.] Pressure on the vertex and in 
the temples; special pain in both temples, as from severe pressure with 
both thumbs, aggravated by mental work,'. — Pressure on the vertex and 
on the eyes (soon after 60 drops),". — Slight pressure upon the vertex, espe- 
cially in the right side, extending to the forehead and temples, mostly on 
the right side (soon),°. — *The characteristic pressure and pressing from the 
vertex, extending over the forehead and temples, began again, bid only in a 
slight degree, increased, however, as soon as attention was directed to it, 
and was also aggravated by sudden stooping, or by mental exertion, as when 
reflecting or even reading (tWwd day),*. — Pressive pain in the vertex (twenty 
minutes after 5 drops),". — Stitches on the vertex, which extend through 
the head to the pharynx (second day after 60 drops),". — Biting upon the 
vertex,'*. — Pavietiils. Cracking in the left half of the braio,'. — One- 
sided drawing headache (after three and four hours),'. — Stitches in the right 
side of the head and in the forehead (fourth day),'*. — [240,] Stitches in 
the region of the parietal eminences (third day after 60 drops)," — Single 
stitches in one half of the brain, especially in the right (after eleven hours),'. 
— Transient stitches in the right side of the head,'*. — Transient stitches in 
the right parietal bone,'l — Severe stitches in one half of the head, as alter 
taking cold,'. — * Transient attacks of throbbing in one half of the brain,'. — 
Occiput. Some pain in the left side of the occiput (sixth day),'*. — Sen- 
sation of heaviness in the occiput (twenty minutes after 40 drops),". — 
Heaviness in the occiput, with great inclination to bend the head backward 
(second day after 60 drops),". — Dull heaviness in the occiput, with inclina- 
tion to bend the head backward (soon after 60 drops),". — [250.] Pressure, 
fulness, and heaviness in the occiput, with inclination to bend the head 
backward (second night after 60 drops),".— Dull stitches in the occiput,'". 
■ — Dull stitches in the occiput, with great inclination to bend the head back- 


ward/". — Jerking stitches in the left side of the occiput," — Stitches in the 
scalp, especially in the region of the vertex, as if they were seated in the 
bone (ten minutes after 20 drops)," 

I JEye. — * The eye is swollen in the morning, and agglutinated with puru- 
lent mucm,^. — Burning in the eyes, followed by lachrymation, and then a 
sensation of great heat about the eyes (ten minutes after 5 drops),". — 
Burning iu the eyes, with sensation as if their upper surface were very dry 
and rough (third day),". — Sensation of heat in the eyes (second day after 
20 drops),". — Sensation as if fire and heat came out of the eyes (immedi- 
ately),'. — [260.] Pressure upon the eyes (second day after 20 drops; fourth 
day; eleventh day after 60 drops),". — Pressure in the eyes; the eyes are 
inflamed and full of gum in the morning, \ — Great pressure, especially in 
the orbital region," — Severe stitches in the eyes,\ — Orbit and lirow. 
Pressure in the orbital region and upon the eyes, with severe stitches and 
oppressive pain, as if one were strongly pressing with the fingers, half 
an hour after waking (seventh day),'". — Heavy pressure above the eyes,\ 
— * Violent pressure in the orbital region; sensation in the eyeball as if it were 
tightly compiressed from all sides, with momentary obscuration of vision (soon 
after taking),". — Severely pressing pains over the right eye, with sensation 
of pressure upon the right eyeball, towards noon,'. — Stitches in the orbital 
region (four hours after 20 drops),". — Stitches in the right -orbital and 
temporal regions, especially in the right side (third day after 60 drops),". 
— [270.] Stitches in the upper and inner portion of the right orbit, from 
the nasal canal into the nose (second day after 20 drops),". — Lids, Lids 
much swollen and bluish-red, first left, then right; child cannot open 
them,'". — In the morning, in bed, the eyes were half open and turned 
downward, pupils somewhat dilated; a kind of stupid sleep,^ — Inner sur- 
face of lids and of ball covered with much yellowish purulent mucus and 
bloody fluid; slight pressure on lids brings pure blood or pus out; pure 
blood oozes out frequently on screaming and coughing,'". — Lids aggluti- 
nated after sleep,'. — Trembling of the right lower lid (thirty-five minutes 
after 20 drops),". — Transient twitchings in the eyelids and limbs (ether. 
oil),'l — Great dryness in the Meibomian glands on the margin of the upper 
and lower lid (after one hour),'. — A pressive pain beneath the upper lid 
on moving the eyes and on shaking the head,'. — Painless congestion in the 
white of the inner canthus of the right eye (after fourteen hours),'. — [280.] 
Canthi full of matter in the morning,'. — In canthi and margins of lids, 
dried pus,". — Feeling of soreness in the external canthi, with denuded sore 
lids (after thirty-six \\(jms),\—L(ie1n-ymaJ Apparatus. Lachryma- 
tion (fifteen minutes after 5 drops),". — Laehrymation of the right eye (sec- 
ond day),'".— Conjunctiva swollen and dark-red,'".— i?a??. Sensation as if 
the eyeball were drawn tightly backward (second and third days after 60 
drops),". — Piijfil. Pupils become more dilated after return of conscious- 
ness, on waking from a nap (after seven hours),'. — Contracted pupils (first 
four hours),'. — Pupils very much contracted, though inclined to contract 
still more (after several hours),', — Visioit. [290.] The eyes seem sensi- 
tive to light (second day after 60 drops),".— Flickering before the eyes 
(immediately),'.— Flickering before the eyes ; she could not see where she 
was,'.— It became black before the eyes,l— Eyes dim and weak in the 
morning, seldom in the evening; by the light it seemed as if rays of light 
passed from the eyes to the flame,'. — Dim vision, with chilliness,'. — Obscu- 
ration of vision at the side, if one fixes the vision upon a white object,'. — 
Frequent obscuration like a fog before the eyes (third day after 5 drops),"- 


Enr, — Dulness before the ears, iu the evening (after twenty-four 
hours)/. — Sensation as if the ears ware stopped, and it seems as if a bird 
were rustling and fluttering in them,\ — [300.] Several times during the 
day, feeling as if hot water were running out of right ear (second and third 
da3's),™. — Dull pressure as a from a blow iu the inner ear on stooping,'.— 
Stitches in the region of the right tragus, extending even into the auditory 
canal, where it continues as a small, slight spasmodic sensation,". — *Sliiches 
from the tragus into the meatus (thirty-five minutes alter 20 drops),". — 
Stitches in the meatus (second day after 20 drops),". — Stitches, with sen- 
. sation of contraction in the external meatus in fiont of the tragus,". — 
^Frequent stitches and sudden, transient spasmodic sensation in front of the 
right ear, in the region of the tragus; this sensation sometimes extended into 
the auditory canals (first day),". — Transient stitches across the left ear,". — 
Sharp stitches in the right meatus (forty-five minutes after 5 drops),". — 
Dull stitches in the .right mastoid process,". — [310.] *Sing/e large stitches 
in the ear, especially when stoo})ing, with ill-humor and peevishness about 
trifles,^.— TQarivig in the ears, earache,'. — (Tearing in the right lobule),'. — 
ItcdrilH). She cannot endure music,'. — Ringing in the ears,". — Ringing 
in the ears (after one, three, and four hours),'. — Roaring in the ears (thirty 
minutes after 40 drops),". — Great ringing in the right ear, with stitches in 
the right tragus, extending into the meatus (third day),". — Roaring and 
ringing in the right ear (eleventh day after 60 drops),". — *Roaring in the 
ears, as from rushing of ivater,^. — [320.] Roaring iu the ears, in the after- 
noon,''^. — Severe roaring in the ears,"". 

Wose. — Objective and DiscJtnrf/es. Ulcerated nostrils, sore 
nose,'. — Must often sneeze,". — Frequent sneezing, and a sensation as though 
a coryza would ensue (second day after 5 drops),". — Frequent violent 
sneezing, with crawling in the nose; some drops of clear blood had been 
discharged from the nose during the afternoon (third day after 60 drops),". 
— Evening, suddenly, repeated sneezing (second day),". — * Coryza, from 
five to eight days (after two hours),'. — Thin fluent coryza; watery mucus 
drops from nose ; disappeared in three hours (second day),". — Nose-bleed,'. 
— [330.] Discharge of a few drops of bright-red blood from the nose, which 
relieved the confusion of the head and the abnormal sensations in the nose 
(second day after 60 drops),". — Epistaxis after rising and washing, which 
immediately relieved the confusion of the head and stoppage of the nose 
(second morning after 10 drops),". — Epistaxis from the right nostril, with 
relief of the inflammation in the left wing of the nose, and complete relief 
of the head (third day after 5 drops),". — Stoppage of the nose, with rush 
of blood to it (fourth day after 5 drops),". — Stoppage of the nose, with 
heat in it, as if coryza would ensue (eighth day after 60 drops),". — Vio- 
lent stoppage of the nose, with sensation as if he would have nose-bleed, 
lasting half an hour (soon after taking),". — Stopped nose, like a stopped 
coryza (after one hour),'. — Stopped nose, like a stopped coryza, with mu- 
cous discharge from the nose,'. — Subjective. Increased sensation in the 
nose, as if coryza or epistaxis would occur (second day after 20 drops),". 
— ^Irritation to sneeze, with crawling and dry heat and stopped sensation in 
the nose, with a sensation as if coryza ivould appear, also with pressure in the 
forehead (second day after 5 drops),". — [340.] Dryness and sensation of 
fulness in the nose, soon followed by nose-bleed (twelfth day_ after 60 
drops),". — Dryness and stopped sensatiqn in the nose returns, with sensa- 
tion as though the nose would bleed (soon),l — Nose somewhat dry and 
stopped, with tension and sensation of heaviness in it (second morning 

VOL. III. — 7 


after 20 drops),".— Feeling of dryness, heat, and fulness iu the nose (sec- 
ond day after 60 drops),".— Sensation of great dryness and fulness in the 
nose (soon after 60 drops),".— A transient sensation of great dryness and 
burning in the nose (third day),".— Constant great sensation of dryness of 
the mucous membrane of the nose, and on the border of the left wing of 
the nose a painful sensation to touch, as if a pustule would develop (thirty- 
five minutes after 5 drops),".— Fulness, with some crawling in the nose and 
some lachrymation (after 5 drops),".— Transient sensationVbf fulness in 
the nose, with sensation as if it would bleed (third morning),'.— Crawling 
in the nose, provoking sneezing (ten minutes after 5 drops),". — [350.J 
Pressive stitches in the nasal bones (second day after 60 drops),".— Crawl- 
ing in the nose (second day),". — * Crawling in the nose until the eye waters,^". 
— Severe crawling in the right nostril, as if coryza would follow,_at 10 a.m. 
(second day),'". — Excessive crawling and a sensation of fulness in the nose 
during the whole forenoon (second day after 5 drops),".— SwicZ^. *Ex- 
tremely sensitive to all smells,^. — Beer seems to smell offensive,^ 

Face. — PufBness of the face and ha.nds,\—* Burning in the face (thirty 
minutes after 40 drops),".— CVK^eA'. *Redness of one cheek, returning in 
paroxysms, without shivering or internal heat (after four and twelve hours),^ 
— Lips. [360.] * Lips crack and peel {after sixteen hours),^ — Dry lips,". 
■ — At night, the lips become dry and stick together, without thirst/. — 
Jaws. Heaviness in the jaws, with slight burrowing in the alveoli (sixth 
day after 60 drops),". — Sensation of heaviness in the lower jaw returns 
about 1 P.M. (third day),". — Pain on opening the jaws, as if the masseter 
muscles were painfully cramped, which pain also extended into the teeth,'. 
— * Stitches in the right joint of the jaiv, extending into the upper back teeth, 
severe but transient,'". — *Single stitches in the jaiv, extending into the inner 
ear,'. — Feeling of weakness in the muscles of mastication, with inclination 
to hold the mouth open, with increased accumulation of saliva (third day),". 

3Iouth.— Teeth . Looseness of the teeth,\ — [370.] Teeth covered 
with mucus,\ — Wakened at 3 a.m. by toothache (a corroding pain, as if 
something scratched the nerve), which ceased about 7 o'clock, so that only 
a few jerklike stitches remained,l — Toothache occurs during the forenoon, 
and lasts all day (third day),'. — * Toothache as from taking cold, if one ex- 
poses himself to the cold air when siueating,'. — Toothache while eating,". — 
* Toothache while eating, and for some time afterwards'*. — * Toothache after 
eating and drinking, though nothing warm nor cold was taken (later),'. — 
*After eating ajid drinking, especially something warm (though also after 
cold things), toothache reappears immediately or after a minute,'. — Tooth- 
ache, even when not eating, in the left lower canine tooth and in the incisor 
next to it, aggravated by touching the tooth with the tongue,'*. — '^Tooth- 
ache if anything ivarm is taken into the mouth,'. — [380.] *Toothache, especi- 
ally severe after a warm drink, particularly coffee,'. — (Toothache is re- 
newed in a warm room),'. — Toothache, with swelling of the cheek, '.f — 
Toothache recurring in intermittent attacks, with swelling of the cheeks 
and accumulation of saliva; the pains shoot back and forth, even extend- 
ing to the eye, and are aggravated by drinking cold water,'. — Violent 
toothache in a left upper diseased back tooth during breakfast,'*. — * Vio- 
lent toothache in the left upper jaw, every time after eating warm food,^^. — 

t The toothache which Chamomi\la causes is very similar to that so frequently 
produced by drinking coffee; the latter is therefore homoeopathically and specific- 
ally cured by small doses of Chamorailla. — H. 



Drawing toothache {without being able to locate it in any tooth) ; it disap- 
pears during eating, hut especially rages at night, therewith the teeth Jeel too 
long,^.-\ — Drawing toothache iu the lower jaw, extending forward (after 
half an hour),\— Grumbling-drawing toothache in the jaw,'. — Pressive 
toothache in the alveoli of the right upper jaw,'. — [390.] Tearing tooth- 
ache, which extends to the ear, with swelling of the cheek,'. — Pain in a 
left upper hollow back tooth, less during dinner, but more during supper 
(third day),". — Sensation in the upper back teeth as if they were too heavy 
and dragged downward (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),^'. — Grumbling 
and crawling in the teeth of the upper jaw,\ — Sensation of distension and 
heaviness in the roots of the upper back teeth on both sides (second morn- 
ing after 10 drops),". — Boring and digging pains iu the teeth on waking in 
the morning (after 5 drops),". — Boring and digging in the roots of some of 
the back teeth, especially in the hollow ones ; cold water relieves this'sensa- 
fion for the. moment, but it soon returns more severe than ever (fifteen min- 
utes after 5 drops),". — Long-continued dull digging and boring in the roots 
of some of the back teeth,". — Drawing pain in the teeth,'. — * Drawing pain in 
the teeth after eating and drinking,^ — [400.] Pressure upon the canine tooth 
and first back tooth of the left side above and below caused pain (fourth 
day),". — Very transient pressure and pressing-asunder pain in the teeth 
(soon),^ — Slight transient pressive pain in the second and third back teeth 
in the afternoou,^ — Stitches in some of the lower teeth in the morning 
(after 40 drops),". — Severe stitches in the roots of the three back teeth of 
the left upper jaw (nine hours after 60 drops),". — Evenings, tearing pain 
in teeth, worse from tea, and continued so as to disturb sleep, with restless- 
ness and heat in face,". — * Teeth sensitive to touch, especially some hollow back 
teeth (ninth day after 60 drops),". — Teeth very sensitive to touch, especi- 
ally some hollow teeth of the upper jaw, with heaviness in the alveoli, etc. 
(seventh day after 60 drops),". — Throbbing pain in the second and third 
right lower back teeth, aggravated by pressure, and momentarily relieved 
by cold water (second day after 60 drops),". — Throbbing in the roots of 
some of the back teeth, especially iu the right upper jaw, and pain in some 
of the teeth when touched (fourth day after 60 drops),". — [410 J The 
prover remarks that the first left upper tricuspid is hollow, that he had 
pain in it nine months ago, but only while eating, and then only if some 
food got into it, and these pains have increased during the proving of 
Chamomilla ; he farther remarks that since his earliest recollection he has 
had much sweat on the feet, and four or five years ago he had much pain 
in his throat,'*. — GufHS and Alveoli. Swelling of the gum,'. — Swell- 
ing of the gum, with increased tension ; pressure upon it causes a pricking 
as with needles; this he had had frequently before, but never to such a 
degree,^ — Swollen gum, with tension, sticking and violent pulsation of the 
alveoli of the upper and lower jaws, especially of the lower, and particu- 
larly in the region of the right angle, with severe pressure and sensation of 
j>a,m,^.—* Sensation as if the gum were swelling about some of the back teeth 
(fifteen minutes after 5 drops),".- — Heaviness in the lower alveoli, with dull 
stitches and pressure in some of the back teeth of the right side of the 

f It is a peculiarity of Chamoniilla pains generally tliat they are worse at night, 
w/)e7i f hey frequently drive one 1o the border of distraciion, not infrequently with un- 
quenchable ihir.-t and redness of the cheeks ; atso with hot svieat on tlie head even in 
the hair. The pains ot" Chamomilla generally sebm intolerable, and not 
TO BE ENDURED. All these characteristics of Chamomilla show how similar dis- 
eased conditions may be removed homoeopathically by it. — H- 


lower jaw (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — Heaviness in the lower al- 
veoli, especially in the last back teeth, with dull digging sensation in the 
roots of the lower back teeth of both sides (third day),". — Great heaviness 
in the alveoli; they feel as if filled with lead (fifteen minutes after 5 
drops),". — Great heaviness in the alveoli, with pressive pain, digging, and 
pressure in some of the back teeth, especially of the lower jaw (_soon after 
60 drops),". — *Sensation of fulness and heaviness in the alveoli of the first and 
second hack teeth of both sides of the upper jaw, with a slight burrowing and 
boring in their roots, ivith a sensation as if the alveoli were distended and 
formed a hard, tense swelling (second day after 5 drops),". — [420.] *A slight 
burrov;ing and sensation of heaviness in the alveoli of some of the hack teeth ; 
■"this sensation seems intolerable, and makes him very peevish " (third day 
after 5 drops),". — Pressure in the alveoli of the upper back teeth (thirty- 
five minutes after 20 drops),". — Pressure and heaviness in the alveoli of 
the upper and lower jaws, as if they were filled with lead, especially no- 
ticed in the lower jaw, where it seems to start from the anterior foramen 
(mental foramen), towards 6 p.m.,'. — Pressure and sensation as of some- 
thing heavy in the alveoli of the upper jaw, especially on the right side; 
the teeth feel as though filled with lead,'. — Long-continued pressure and 
.sensati(m of heaviness in the upper and lower alveoli,". — Continued slight 
pressure in the alveoli of the upper second and third back teeth of each 
side, extending up to beneath the eyes (fourth day),'. — Tensive pressing 
■asunder and sensation of pressure in the upper alveoli, especially involving 
the second and third back teeth, continued the second day,'. — Pressive 
pain and a feeling as if distended by wind in the alveoli of the second and 
third back teetli on both sides of the upper jaw; this sensation was persist- 
ent, with frequent intermissions, and extended deep into the malar bone; 
it was especially noticed in the right side,'.' — Some indications of the press- 
ive pain in the alveoli of the upper second and third back teeth (first 
•day),^. — Stitches in the alveoli of the upper and lower jaws (forty minutes 
.after 40 drops),". — [430.] Throbbing and sensation of heat in the alveoli 
and gum of tlie upper back teeth, and afterwards also about the lower jaw; 
feoring and digging in the roots of the teeth, only momentarily relieved by 
<;old water, at 9 a.m. (third day after 5 drops),". — To)i(/ue. Red tongue,'''. 
— *Furred tongue,'". — Yellow, furred tongue (16 to 20 grains),''". — *Tongue 
«oated dirty-white,". — *Tongue coated yellow,". — Tongue slimy-coated, 
without changed taste and without want of appetite (second day),". — Blis- 
ters on and beneath the tongue, with stinging pain,^. — *Tougue dry,". — The 
tongue is dry, with thirst for water, loss of appetite, flushes of heat, sweat 
of the face, and palpitation, followed by unnatural hunger,'. — [440,] Se- 
vere biting on the back of the tongue and on the roof of the palate (after 
one hour),'. — General 31outh. Offensive odor from the mouth after 
dinner, like a foul breath (after three hours),'. — Dryness of the mouth in 
the morning, followed by distension of the abdomen and imperfect evacua- 
tion,'. — Dryness and bitter-tasting mucus in the mouth in the morning 
(after 5 drops),". — Toward noon, sensitive scraping-burning in back of 
mouth,". — Spasmodic drawing pain in the palate, extending into the 
fauces,'. — Severe tickling in the hard palate (nine hours after 60 drops),". 
— Pressure in the salivary glands, with increased secretion of saliva (second 
day after 60 drops),". — Pressure and dull stitches in the salivary glands, 
with pressure and increased secretion of saliva (sixth day after 60 drops),". 
— Stitches and pressive sensation in the salivary glands, especially a sen- 
sation of swelling in the tonsils (ninth day after 60 drops),". — Saliva. 


[450.] Secretion of saliva increased,". — Increased secretion of saliva (elev- 
enth day aft^r 60 drops),". — Increased secretion of saliva, with a sensation 
of pressure in the salivary glands (second day after 20 drops),". — Increased 
secretion of saliva soon after supper, with a peculiar sweetish metallic 
taste,'. — Profuse secretion of tough saliva (ten minutes after 40 drops),". — 
•^Collection of metallie sweetish saliva in the mouf/i (second day),^ — Great 
accumulation of metallic-tasting saliva,". — The saliva was especially copi- 
ous half an hour after supper, and had a sweetish metallic taste,". — *SaH- 
vation,\ — Taste. Slimy taste (after two and twelve hours),'. — [460.] (At 
night, an offensive taste in the mouth),'. — Sour taste (after three and eigh- 
teen hours),'. — Bitter taste in the mouth (second day),". — *Bliter taste in 
the mouth in the morning (after twenty-four hours),'.— Bitter aromatic 
taste,^l — Taste fatty, unpleasant, with irritation to vomit (soon),'. — An 
unpleasant fatty taste in the mouth, with increased secretion of saliva,". — 
Disgusting taste of the drug (8 to 14 grains),". — * Everythiyig tastes like old 
rancid fat (after two hours),'. — Bread tastes sour,'. 

Throat. — [470.] On hawking mucus from the throat, some drops of 
clear blood are expectorated (eleventh day after 60 drops),". — What he 
hawks up has an offensive taste,'. — A simple pain in the back part of the 
throat, which is increased by moving the throat and swallowing,'. — Sen- 
sation of oppression in the throat,". — Some stitches in the throat near the 
ear,'. — Throat raw (eighth day),'*. — Sore throat, as from a plug in it, on 
swallowing (after four hours),'. — Sore throat, with swelling of the parotid,'. 
— Throbbing in the back of the throat (after a quarter of an hour),'. — ' 
Tonsils and Uvula. Some pain in the soft palate, a kind of burning, 
together with irritation to cough,'^— [480.] Tension in the soft palate, fol- 
lowed by slight spasmodic contraction in it,". — Severe pressure and dull 
stitches in the soft palate (forty-five minutes after 40 drops),". — Tickling 
in the soft palate about noon (second day),"."}" — Spasmodic contraction of 
the external pterygoid muscle (?), (second day after 5 drops),". — Spasmodic 
contraction of the left pterygoid muscles,". — The tonsils seem swollen, and 
there is some rawness in the larynx (third day after 60 drops),". — Sensa- 
tion as if the tonsils were somewhat swollen, with difficult swallowing, in 
the morning (after 5 drops),". — Sensation of swelling of the tonsils, with a 
feeling of hardness and heaviness in them, with some difficulty in swallow- 
ing (soon after 60 drops),". — Stitches in the tonsils, with a feeling as if 
they were swollen, frequently with difficult swallowing (eighth day after 
60 drops),".— Stitches in the right tonsil, with a sensation as if it were 
swollen, and as if swallowing was difficult (thirty-five minutes after 20 
drops),". — [490.] Stitches and pressure in the tonsils, with sensation as if 
they were swollen (ten minutes after 40 drops),". — Fauces and Phar- 
ynx. In fauces, tough mucus causes repeated hawking,". — Sensation in 
the fauces as if the tonsils were swollen, and as if the uvula were too 
long (second day),". — *Pain in the left side of the fauces while swallowing ; 
the velum was somewhat reddened, and external pressure just under the angle 
of the jaw caused pain in the fauces,^*. — Pressive sensation in the fauces 
(third day after 60 drops),". — Tension and pressure in the pharynx, with 
sensation of pressure upon the uvula,'". — Constriction in the pharynx 
(eleven hours after 60 drops)," Slight constriction of the pharynx, with 

t The prover notes that four or five years ago he had pain in the soft palate as a 
consequence of taking cold from getting wet, from which he became quite hoarse, 
and suffered for at least two years afterwards with pain in the throat. 


sensation of pressure on the hard palate". — * Slight attacks of constriction of 
the pharynx (first day),'. — ^Spasmodic constriction of the pharynx,^". — [500.] 
Sensation of constriction in the pharynx (afternoon of second day),'. — Sen- 
sation of constriction in the pharynx, with violent dull stitches ih it, ex- 
tending up to the base of the skull (soon after 60 drops),". — Slight sensa-_ 
tion of constriction in the pharynx, in the morning and towards noon,'. — 
Sensation of pressure in the pharynx, which obliges him to swallow fre- 
quently, with sensation as if the tonsils were swo\\en,^^.^(Esophnf/ii,s 
and Swallowing. Sensation in the oesophagus as if a ball filled with 
air were raised into the throat by the contraction of the oesophagus, with 
great anxiety; this sensation returned three times in quick succession,". — 
Swallowing difficult, as if caused by swelling of the tonsils (fifteen minutes 
after 10 drops),". — At supper, the food seems to go down only as far as the pit 
of the throat, and there remain, with sensation of fulness, nausea, and eruc- 
tations,'. — External Throat. Sensation of pressure and tension in the 
parotid, with increased secretion of saliva (soon after 60 drops),". — Con- 
stant pressure upon the parotid, and also upon the other salivary glands 
(forty minutes after 40 drops),". — Sticking and pressure in the right paro- 
tid (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — [510.] Stitches in the parotids 
(eleventh day after 60 drops),". — Dull stitches in the parotids (second day 
after 20 drops),". — (Throbbing pain in the submaxillary gland), (after four 

Stomach. — Appetite. Unnatural hunger in the evening (after 
three hours),'. — (Desire for sourkrout),'. — Appetite les.sened (12 grains),^'. 
— Appetite diminished,". — Appetite diminished, with pressure and tension 
in the stomach, and some nausea, which was relieved by eating (second 
day after 5 drops),". — The appetite was diminished from large doses of 
Charaomilla, but after the third day after 60 drops it began to improve,". 
— Diminished appetite (tenth day),'*. — [520.] Diminished appetite (16 to 
20 grains),". — Diminished appetite and eructations,^''. — Loss of appetite,'. 
— Loss of appetite, as though the food sickened him, although' it has no 
unnatural taste,', — Loss of appetite, but after eating the appetite returns,'. 
— No appetite,'. — He has no appetite, and relishes nothing ; the food will 
not go down,'. — No longing for food ; nothing tastes good,'. — Disgust,^'. — 
Disgust at food (22 and 24 grains),". — [530.] When food is set before him, 
it makes him shudder, it is so repugnant,'. — Especial aversion to animal 
food (second day after 5 drops),". — (Aversion to broth),'.— T/ltr.sf. 
Thirst,"''''. — Thirst increased (second day after 5 drops),". — Thirst decid- 
edly increased during the day,'. — Thirst in the evening, and waking at 
night on account of pain,'. — Thirst, with febrile heat and redness of the 
cheeks,'. — Some thirst (third day),". — Much thirst (thirtieth day),". — 
[540.] Excessive thirst,l — Unquenchable thirst, with dryness of the 
tongue (after five hours),'. — Great longing for coffee (after seven hours),'.t 
— Aversion to coffee,\ — JEfuctafioiis and Hiccough. Eructa- 
tions,^'^ ''''. — Eructations of gas (ten minutes after 40 drops),".— *J5racta«w?is 
of gas smelling of bad egig^s,"— Eructations of an acrid, salty fluid (after- 
noon, second day),'. — Eructations as after radishes (fifty-five minutes after 
5 drops),". — Eructations after breakfast,'*. — [550.] Eructations and passage 
of flatus (soon),'*. — Eructations and passages of flatus, with slight pain in 
the abdomen,'*. — Eructations, with some desire to vomit (some time after 
10 drops),'*. — Severe eructations, accompanied by pain in the left side of 

f This seems to be a reaction from S. 128. — H. 


the abdomen, near the anterior superior spinous process of the ilium (after 
supper, eleventh day),".— Empty eructations (after a quarter of an hour^. 
— teour eructations,'. — Eegurgitatiou of food by eructations (after five 
hours),'. — Hiccough,". — Frequent hiccough (thirty minutes after 20 
drops),". — Frequently a single hiccough (after one hour),'. — Heart- 
biirn. [560.] Sensation of heartburn in the stomach,'". — Nausea and 
Vomiting. Qualmishness and faintlike nausea,'. — The qualmishness 
(faintlike nausea) in the pit of the stomach disappears on eating,'. — Nau- 
sea,". — Nausea,'^l — Nausea in the morning,'. — Nausea after eating,'. — 
Nausea after breakfast, lasting the whole morning,'. — *Nausea after the 
morning coffee, with attacks of suffocation,^. — Nausea, with collection of 
saliva in the mouth,'. — [570.] Slight nausea, with some tension in the 
stomach (forty-five minutes after 40 drops),". — Slight attack of nausea, 
with tensive pain in the stomach (soon),*. — Inclination to vomit,''^ — Incli- 
nation to vomit, as if one would faint,'. — Almost constant desire to vomit,'l 
— Irritation to vomit at 8 A.M., 'I — Vomiting,*. — (Vomiting, without pre- 
vious eructations),'. — Vomiting of food, at first caused by fulness of the 
' abdomen, but afterwards by intolerable nausea,'. — *Sour vomiting (sour 
smell from the mouth),'. — [580.] Bilious vomiting (children, from ^ovi- 
ers),^^.— Stomach. Pain in the stomach (fourth and thirty-ninth days),'*. 
— Some pain in the stomach,'*. — Some pain in the pit of the stomach, on 
pressure (second morning after 5 drops),". — Transient pain in the stomach 
(soon after 5 drops),'*. — Severe pain on the right side near the pit of the 
stomach (sixth day),'*. — Sensation of warmth and fulness in the epigas- 
trium (after 5 drops),". — Heat in the stomach and slight burning of it 
(forty-five minutes after 10 drops),". — Fulness while eating, with nausea 
after eating,'. — Fulness, heaviness, and uncomfortabte tension in the stom- 
ach, extending up into the pharynx, with a sensation of heartburn (third 
day after 5 drops),". — [590.] An unpleasant sensation of fulness in the 
stomach, with pressure and tension in it (third day after 5 drops),". — Re- 
pletion of the stomach after eating, lasting until the next day ; nausea,'. — 
Tension in the stomach (eleven hours after 60 drops),". — Tension in the 
stomach and oesophagus, with attacks of great nausea (soon after taking),*. 
— Tension and heaviness in the stomach, with slight attacks of nausea 
(third hour after 5 drops),". — Tension and pressure in the stomach, with 
nausea (second day),'. — Tension in the stomach and slight sensation of 
nausea,'". — Spasmodic tension in the stomach, and above the navel gener- 
ally,'. — Spasmodic tension in the stomach and intestines about the navel,'. 
— Spasmodic tension in the stomach, with some nausea (soon after 60 
drops),". — [600.] Spasmodic tension in the stomach, with sensation of 
slight nausea,". — Unpleasant sensation of tension in the stomach and um- 
bilical region, lasting for several hours (fourth day),'. — Spasmodic sensa- 
tion of tension in the stomach, extending along the oesophagus to the 
throat, and' accompanied by excessive apprehension and nausea, with in- 
clination to vomit from the much-increased secretion of sweetish saliva,". — 
Drawing and pressive pain in the stomach and sensation of heaviness in 
it, as if the stomach were distended by a hard body, which, however, soon 
disappeared (second day),'. — Oppression of stomach,'^ — Oppression of 
stomach (16 to 20 grains),". — Pain in stomach, pressure,'*. — *Pressure in 
the stomach, as from a stone pressing down,^. — ■* Pressure in the stomach after 
eating a little (five hours after 5 drops),". — Pressure and heaviness in the 
stomach after eating a little (second morning after 5 dcops),". — [610.] 
Pressure and tension in the stomach,'". — Pressure and spasmodic constric- 


tion in the stomacli, especially at the cardiac orifice (third day),'. — Fre- 
quent pressure at the cardiac orifice of the stomach, not seldom extended 
up the oesophagus (afternoon of second day),'. — *Pressive pain in the stoni- 
w.h and beneath the short ribs, which impedes the breath, especially after drinh- (after one hour),\ — Anxious cries about pain in the pit of the 
stomach, as if the heart were pressed down, with profuse sweat,'. — Some 
stitches in the stomach (sixth day),". — Violent sharp stitches in the pit of 
the stomach,". 

Abdomen. — Hypochondria . — Incarceration of flatulence in the 
hypochondria (later action),'. — Sensation iu the region of the liver as if a 
hernia would appear, while walliing a few minutes (sixth day),'". — ^Sensa- 
tion in the anterior portion of the region of the liver as if a hernia would 
protrude (for the third time), relieved by pressure and rubbing, while sit- 
ting (fourth day after 5 drops),". — [620.] While walking, about noon, a 
sensation on the anterior margin of the liver as if a hernia would protrude, 
relieved by pressure and by rubbing (second day after 5 drops),". — Some 
pain in the right side, near the pit of the stomach (third day),". — Contin- 
ual tensive pain in the hypochondriac region, with tension around the brain 
(with a dry catarrh in the chest), (after one hour),'. — Pressure in the 
hypochondria and in the stomach, after eating,'. — Sticking in the left side, 
near the pit of the stomach (second day),'*. — Stitches in the right hypo- 
chondrium, while walking, and again, for the fourth time, sensation in the 
right side of the abdomen as if a hernia would protrude, relieved by slowly 
walking about, and by rubbing the abdomen (fifth day after 60 drops),". 
— Stitches in the left hypochondrium while walking, relieved by pressure 
and by drawing the abdomen inward (three hours after 60 drops),". — 
Stitches in the right hypochondrium, especially while standing and walk- 
ing (fourth day after 5 drops),". — Frequent stitches in the right hypo- 
chondrium during tlie day (twelfth day after 60 drops),". — TJinhillcJil 
find F'lniiks, A kind of hysterical movement around navel (ether, 
oil),'". — [630.] Cutting above the nave], soon after dinner,'^. — Pressive 
colic about the navel,'. — * Gripinff -tearing colic in the region of the navel 
and loiver down on both sides, with pain in the small of the back, as if it were 
broken^. — Gurgling in the side, extending into the abdomen,'. — Geiievai 
Abdomen. Abdomen distended,". — Abdomen distended and hard, when 
going to sleep in the evening (third day),'. — Abdomen somewhat distend- 
ed,'. — Abdomen somewhat distended and tense (after three hours),". — Dis- 
tension in the abdomen, after eating,^. — Painful distension of the region of 
the upper abdomen, in the morning,'. — [640.] Hard, distended abdomen,'. 
—Tympanitic abdomen (afternoon, second day),'. — Rumbling in the ab- 
domen,''''. — Rumbling in the abdomen, and sensation as if diarrhosa would 
ensue,". — Rumbling in the abdomen, with cutting colic, as if diarrhoea 
would ensue, relieved by pressure and rubbing,". — Rumbling in the abdo- 
men, with some pain and sensation as if diarrhoea would occur, relieved by 
passing flatus which has the odor of sulphuretted hydrogen (after three 
hours),". — After the abdominal pains had lasted for an hour, rumbling 
and noise of wind in bowels, with pains and urgent desire for stool, which 
consisted of dissolved fiseces with rushing wind, accompanied by pains in 
bowels so severe that they caused fiiintness and a sweat over the body, es- 
pecially on face; pains in bowels gradually disappeared (second day),", — 
Severe rumbling and rolling in the distended abdomen, especially below 
the navel (second day after 5 drops),".— Fiaiulence,''l — Passage of flatus 
up and down,"". — [650.] Discharge of wind upwards and downwards (16 


to 20 grains),'^'. — Rubbing abdomen in a circle with flat hand causes dis- 
charge of flatus, and some relief (second day),". — Morning, on rising, a 
faint feeling in upper part of abdomen, which causes a kind of anxiety and 
restlessness (second day),". — Sensation as if the whole abdomen were hol- 
low, together with constant motion in the intestines (with blue rings around 
the eyes) ; when the attack occurs in the evening it is associated for a short 
time with anxiety (after twenty-four hours),\ — Troubles in the abdomen, 
as in constipation (after four hours),'. — Pain in the abdomen, as when con- 
stipation causes a delayed passage of the stool ,^t — Pain in the abdomen, 
as if diarrhoBa would ensue, relieved by passing flatus (third day after 60 
drops),". — Pain in the abdomen, and afterwards transient, but not severe 
stitches transversely across the abdomen (soon),". — Morning, before rising, 
gradually increasing pain in bowels causes him to twist and turn ; doubling- 
up relieved a short time (second day),". — A sensation of severe tension, 
chiefly above the navel, with slight transient nausea (third day),'. — [660.] 
Compressive pain in the abdomen (immediately),'. — Pinching in abdomen,^*. 
— Gripings in the abdomen (soon),". — Griping in the abdomen (thirtieth 
day),". — Griping and rumbling in the abdomen, soon after drinking a glass 
of cold water (thirty-seventh day),". — Griping and sticking in th'i abdo- 
men, nearly the whole day (fourth day),". — Transient moderate gripings 
iij the abdomen, with much flatus, and many almost sour eructations after 
eating,". — Severe attacks of violent griping in the abdomen ; this paim 
always continues for a minute (after twelve hours)/. — Drawing pain in the 
abdomen,'. — Sticking in the abdomen and in the anus (sixth day),'*. — [670.] 
Sticking in the left side of the abdomen, while walking, with a sensation 
as if a hernia would protrude (the fifth appearance of this symptom), (tenth 
day after 60 drops),". — Punctiform sticking in the abdomen near the iliuna 
on the left side, seldom on the right side, when walking, especially after 
eating, relieved or removed by pressure with the hand, or by bending far 
forward, while walking,'*. — Stitches in the abdomen (twelfth day),'*. — 
Stitches in the abdomen, with desire for stool and passage of flatus,'*. — 
Stitches in the abdomen, with urging to stool, soon followed by stool, after 
dinner (sixth day),'*. — Stitches in the right side of the abdomen near the 
limb, after violent running (twelfth day),'*. — Transient stitches, especially 
in the liver, while walking or taking a deep breath,". — Punctiform stitches 
on the right side of the abdomen,'*. — Cutting in the abdomen, extending 
deep down into the pelvis, on waking (third day),'. — Cutting, at times in 
the abdomen, extending downward to the bladder, and relieved by passage 
of flatus and by slight rubbing (afternoon, second day),'. — [680.] During 
the day, here and there tearing pains, and slight pains in bowels (second 
day),". — * Colic returns from time to time; flatvlence acoum,ulates in the hypo- 
chondria, and stitches shoot through the chest (after eight hours),'. — Extraor- 
dinary colic, on account of which she did not know where to rest,'. — Intol- 
erable colic, in the morning at sunrise,'. — * Gutting colic and drawing in the 
thighs before the menses,'^. — Colic, rather cutting than griping,'. — * Colic, 
rather cutting than sticking, with accumulation of saliva in the mouthy. — Con- 
staiit tearing colic in the side of the abdomen, as if the parts were rolled 
up into a ball,'. — Flatulent colic (after one and several hours),'.-— Flatu- 
lent colic ; flatulence moves here and there with great force, as if it would 
push through the abdominal muscles, with loud rumbling and gurgling; 

t All the symptoms of constipation are secondarj-, that is, a reaction of the or- 
ganism from the effeotsof Chamomilla; its primary action is to cause diarrhoea.— H. 


it especially pushes towards the abdominal rings ; when the colic subsides, 
only a very little flatulence, nor can any trace of it be discovered in the 
abdomen (after three hours),\ — HifpogastHum and Iliac Re- 
gion. [690.] Pain above the pubis, after dinner," — Pains like labor 
pains, lasting several days (ether, oil),'*. — Some pain in the right and left 
side of the abdomen, near the anterior-superior spinous process, after break- 
fast (soon),". — Violent transient stitches above the pubes (eighth day),". — 
Cutting deep in the pelvis, relieved by passing odorless flatus (second day 
after 5 drops),". — Spasmodic cutting in the lowest portion of the abdomen, 
the next morning (after 5 drops),".' — Bruised pain in the muscles of the 
lower abdomen (after nine hours),\ — A dragging towards the abdominal 
ring, as if the part were too weak to withstand it, and as if a hernia would 
appear (after three hours),'. — Stitches in the right inguinal region, with 
sensation as if something would protrude (twenty minutes after 20 drops),". 
— Pain along the crest of the ilium (tenth day),'*. 

Rectum and Amis. — [700.] Bleeding haemorrhoids,'. — * Blind 
hcemorrhoids,^. — ^Sensation as if blind hmmorrhoids would form,^. — Sticking 
pain in the rectum after every stool,'. — *Itching pain in the anus (after half 
an hour),'. — Urging to stool, on rising in the morning,'^ — Desire for stool, 
after eating,". 

Stool. — Diarrhoea. *DiarrhoM,^. — *Diarrhcea (thirty-ninth day),'*. 
— ^Nightly diarrhoea, luith eolie so that she was obliged to bend double,^. — 
[710.] Painful diarrhoea, with nausea, in the night (twenty-ninth day),'*. — 
* Wliite slimy diarrhoea, with colic (after one and three hours),'. — Watery 
diarrhoea, with (and without) colic,'. — *Painless, green, watery diarrhoea, 
consisting of fcBces and mucus together, '^. — Afternoon, a diarrhceic stool, with 
some pains in abdomen and passage of wind (second day),". — *Stool hot 
(like diarrhoea) smelling like rotten eggs,'.— Easy stool (third hour after 
5 drops),". — Easy stool, at noon (third day after 60 drops),'^ — Stool, since 
taking, had been regular every day and easy, but after the effect of the 
drug passed off it occurred only every second day, and was again hard as 
before the proving,'. — Hard dry stool in the afternoon (second day after 
60 drops),". — [720.] (Undigested stool),'. — Discharge of light-yellow faces, 
with sharp griping colic (after twelve and twenty-four hours),'. — Fseces 
coated with mucus and with mucus between the faeces,'. — Diminished stool,'*. 
— Constipation. Constipation,'. — Constipation (third and fourth 
days),". — Constipation from inactivity of the rectum, so that the fajces 
could only be evacuated by pressure of the abdominal muscles (after one 
and four hours),'. 

Urinary Organs.— Sema,tion of weakness in the region of the kid- 
neys (second day),'". — ^Dragging towards the ureters like labor-pains, with 
very frequent urging to urinate,\ — Sticking pain in the neck of the bladder, 
when not urinating,'. — [730.] ^Burning in the neck of the bladder, when 
urinating,'^. — Biting pain in the urethra, when urinating,'. — Micturi- 
tion. Increased secretion of urine,". — Increased secretion of urine and 
saliva, throughout the day,". — Secretion of clear, not very acid urine, some- 
what increased (first day),^ — More than usually copious secretion of urine 
(second day after 5 drops),".— The force of the bladder is weakened ; the 
urine passes in a weak stream (after twenty hours),'. — Involuntary passage 
of urine (after three and four hours),'. — (Urination is prevented on ac- 
count of pain in the abdomen),'. 

Sexual Organs.— Male. Erections, in the morning in bed,'. — 
[740.] Violent erections (soon after taking),". — Violent erections, soon 


after taking, but they disappear in thirty-five minutes, with a general flush 
of heat over the whole body, followed by slight sweat, with which all the 
former symptoms were relieved, and only a slight nausea remained,". — ^ Vio- 
lent erections (twenty minutes after 20 drops ; forty-five minutes after 5 
drops ; fourth day after 5 drops),". — Frequent violent erections, during the 
whole afternoon (fourth hour after 20 drops),". — Dark blood from geni- 
tals,''. — Itching-sticking pain on the margin of the prepuce (after three 
hours),\ — Soreness on the margin of the prepuce,'. — Severe stitches in the 
"bulbo-cavernous" muscles (twenty minutes after 20 drops),". — Sexual de- 
sire (later action),^ — Nightly emissions,\ — [750.] Emission during the night 
(since taking Chamomilla the prover noticed that emissions had been much 
diminished, although frequent continued erections had taken place), (third 
day after 60 drops),". — Female. *Drawing from the sacral region 
forward, griping and pinching in the uterus, followed by discharge of 
large clots of blood,'. — Metrorrhagia,'. — Metrorrhagia, even in old people,'. 
-^*Profuse discharge of clotted blood, with severe pains like labor-pains 
in the uterus, with tearing pains in the veins of the lower leg,^. — * Acrid, 
biting, watery discharge from the vagina, after dinner,^. — * Yellow, biting leu- 
corrhosa,^. — Smarting-burning in the vagina,'. — Suppression of the menses, 
with swelling of the pit of the stomach, and a pain as if the heart would 
be pressed down, with swollen abdomen, labor-like pains, and anasarca,'. 

Respiratory Organs. — Larifnx, Trachea, and Bronchi. 
Some accumulation of mucus in the air-passages, with rattling respiration ; 
on hawking, a few drops of blood are raised (third day),". — [760.] *Sensa- 
tion of slight pressure on the air-passages, with some irntation to cough (forty- 
five minutes after 5 drops),". — ^Sensation of rawness in the upper part of the 
air-passages,^^. — Tickling in the air-passages, frequent irritation to a hack- 
ing cough (afternoon of second day),'. — Sensation of oppression and slight 
constriction in the region of the larynx (after five minutes),". — Feeling as 
though some fluid would rise up out of the larynx (forty-five minutes after 
5 drops),". — Irritation to cough in the larynx, with accumulation of mucus 
which rises from the air-passages into the larynx ; this mucus has a sweet- 
ish taste, and is involuntarily swallowed before he can expectorate it (sec- 
ond day after 5 drops),". — * Almost uninterrupted irritation to cough beneath 
the upper part of the sternum, ivithout, however, any cough,^. — Burning in the 
larynx,'. — ^Sensation of rawness and scraping in the fari/na; (four hours after 
20 drops),". — Scraping in the larynx, with sensation as if the tonsils were 
swollen, and as if the uvula was too long (these sensations are, however, 
very transient) ; together with somewhat increased secretion of saliva (third 
day after 5 drops),".— [770.] Tickling in the larynx, with a hacking cough 
and expectoration of a few drops of clear blood (third morning after 5 
drops),". — Voice. Voice always rough,". — Voice raw and hoarse,'^ — 
Hoarseness on accourtt of tough mucu£ in the larynx, which is only detached 
by very violent hawking (after three hours),'. —Hoarseness and cough on ac- 
count of rattling mucus in the upper part of the. trachea; the place from 
which the mucus was detached feels sore (after two hours),'.-— Catorr/w? 
hoarseness of the trachea, with dryness of the eyelids, from one to eight hours,^. 
—Cotigh and JExpectoration. *Cough, caused by irritation low 
down in the air-passages, during the mght,^^.—* Paroxysms of coughing about 
midnight, with which something seems to rise into the throat, as if she would 
suffocate,\— (The child becomes angry, and then coughs),'.— Dry cough, 
four or five times a day,'.— [780.] Dry cough, on account of itching irrita- 
tion and continiial tickling in that portion of the trachea behind the pit of 


the throat (after four hours)/. — * Severe dry cough, during sleep (after eleven 
hours)/. — Frequent expectoration of clear blood, preceded by tickling in 
the larynx and air-passages (third day after 5 drops),". — Respiration. 
Short, panting breath,^ — Rapid, deep breathing, with great heaving of the 
chest.l — Snoring inspirations during sleep,^ — Snoring inspirations in sleep, 
■which are shorter than the expirations, with open mouth, and hot clammy 
sweat on the forehead (after three hours),'. — * Whistling, wheezing, and rat- 
tling in the trachea, when breathing^. — Respiration before taking 16, after- 
wards ranged 16, 17, 15, 14, 16,^°. — Respiration, before taking the drug on 
the second morning, 13; after taking two drops of the tincture it rose to 
19, then 15, 16, 14,".— [790.] Respiration before taking, 14; after five 
minutes to forty minutes, 15; after forty-five to sixty minutes, 14 (after 
the 6th),'. — Respiration before taking, 14, twenty minutes after, 13, where 
it continued for an hour (second experiment),'. — Respiration before taking 
the drug, 12, in bed ; after taking the drug, 15, then 16, within an hour ; 
after an hour, 15; after two hours, 16; after six hours, 15; after eight 
hours, 16; at 8 p.m., 18,". — Respiration 12, second morning in bed (before 
taking Cham. 3d, 1 grain), afterwards ranged 12, 15, 14, 13,'. — Respiration 
12 to 13; after two hours, 17; after four hours, 16; after eight hours, 15 
(from the 2d),'. — Respiration in the morning 14, afterwards 17 to 18 (sec- 
ond day),'". — Respiration in the morning, 13; at 9 a.m., 19; 11 a.m., 14; 
1 P.M., 16 (third day),'". — Short breath, with palpitation and small hard 
pulse, 108, after a short rapid walk ; respiration 34 (second day after 5 
drops),". — In the afternoon, while walking rapidly up a steep path, loss of 
breath, palpitation, and stitches in right side of chest, soou followed by ex- 
pectoration of a few drops of clear red blood ; this old oppression of the 
chest and dyspncea has been again noticed on rapid walking (seventh day 
after 60 drops),". — Dyspnoea, as from suffocative catarrh (t.he larynx feels con- 
stricted) in the region of the pit of the throat, a constant irritation to cough 
(after a quarter of an hour),'. 

Chest. — [800,] A hard node beneath the nipple, painful to touch, with 
at times drawing-tearing pain,'. — Scirrhous hardness of the mammary 
glands,'. — Rush of blood to the chest (fourth day after 5 drops),".— Burn- 
ing in the chest, with dulness in the head, as if he did not know where he 
was, with anxiety,'. — Tensive pain across the chest, when breathing,'. — 
Contraction of the chest,'. — * Constriction in the upper part of the chest, 
which hurts on coughing (after four hours),'. — Constriction of the chest on a 
level with the nipples,". — A pinching pain transversely across the upper 
part of the chest (in the evening), (after five hours),'. — Oppression of the 
chest,'. — [810.] Oppression of the chest (third morning after 5 drops, sec- 
ond day after 60 drops, and twenty minutes after 5 drops),". — Oppression 
of the chest, with dull stitches (fourth day),'. — Oppression of the chest ; 
great dryness of the nose and stoppage of it (five minutes after 10 drops),". 
—Oppression of the chest, as from flatulence which has accumulated 
in the upper abdomen, with pressive pain, together with pain in the stom- 
ach, as in the beginning of heartburn, followed by burning in the spiae,'. 
— Sonie oppression of the chest (fourth day after 5 drops),". — Great op- 
pression of the chest while sitting, some pain while walking, at 11 A.M. 
(third day after 5 drops),". — Sensation of oppression of the chest (third 
day),'. — Sensation of oppression of the chest (soon after 60 drops),". — 
Stitches in the chest like needle stitches,'. — Stitches (somewhat dull) 'shoot 
from the abdornen into the middle of the chest, as from flatulence (after two 
and four hours),'. — [820.] Stitches streaming from the abdomen into the 


chest, before midnight, with constant thirst, witliout heat,'. — Stitches from 
the abdomen into the chest after every starting as in a fright, when waking 
or sleepicg,^ — Stitches directly through the chest, on every re.sjDiration,'.— 
Stitches from the middle of the chest towards the right side, after every 
expiration (after one hour and a half),\ — Single severe stitehen in. the chest 
at times (after two and four hours),'-.— Tearing pain in the region of the 
clayicle and throat (after two hours),'. — The chest is sore internally, as if 
bruised (after twenty-four hours),'. — (Freedom from the usual chest-troubles, 
with dryness of the mouth, which usually appeared during the forenoon, 
especially during great heat), (first day),''.f — The pains in the chest and 
oppression, which usually appeared with great heat towards 10 or 11 a.m., 
remained absent this morning, and only appeared very slightly towards 3 
or 4 P.M.,". — Front. Burning pain from beneath the sternum to the 
mouth,'. — [830.] Pressive pain beneath the sternum, which impedes breath- 
ing (after ten hours),'. — A pressive pain beneath the sternum, which does 
not impede the breathing, and which is neither increased by breathing nor 
by touch (after twelve hours),'. — Stitches to the left of the middle of the 
sternum (sixth day),'*. — Transient stitches near the right side of the eusi- 
form process of the sternum,'*. — Punctiform stitches beneath the ensiform 
cartilage, somewhat to the left side,'*.t — Sides, Some pain under the left 
clavicle, after sitting a long time,'*. — Violent pain on the right side of the 
thorax, after stooping a long time, soon followed by pain in the left side, 
and from thence somewhat farther backward (seventh day),'*.— Drawing 
pain or sensation as if the right side of the chest were repeatedly drawn 
inward (after twelve and sixteen hours),'. — Pressure in the upper part of 
the right nipple (twenty minutes after 40 drops),". — Stitches in the side of 
the chest beneath the ribs and shoulder-blades, when breathing (after four 
hours),'.— [840.] Stitches in the right half of the chest (third day after 5 
drops),''- — Stitches in the right half of the chest (fifteen minutes after 10 
drops),". — Stitches on the right side near the sternum (third day),'*. — 
Stitches in the right half of the chest about the right nipple,'". — Stitches 
in the right side of the chest in the region of the nipple (second day after 
5 drops),". — Stitches in the inner portion of the right side of the thorax 
(twenty-first day),'*. — Stitches in the right nipple (third day),'*. — Evenings, 
transient stitches in region of fifth rib, in front on right side, increased by 
deep respiration,". — Slight stitches in the right half of the chest (tenth day 
after 60 drops),". — Severe stitches in the right side of the chest, about 11 
A.M. (second day),'. — [850,] Severe stitches in the right breast about the 
nipple (two hours after 6 drops),".— -Severe stitches in the right side of the 
chest (second day after 6 drops),". — Evening, flying stitches in right side 
of chest near fifth rib, anteriorly, lasting a short time, and increased by 
deep inspiration (8 to 14 grains, soon after),^'. — Dull stitches in the right 
half of the chest, during the forenoon ; they disappear toward noon,'. — Punc- 
tiform stitches in the right side of the chest near the sternum (fourth day),'*. 
— Stitches in the lower portion of the left side of the thorax (nineteenth 
day),'*. — Stitches on the left anterior lower portion of the chest (third'day),'*. 
—Stitches in small streaks along the ribs in the left side, above the nipple 
and around it, then on the left side above the heart, also in the anterior 
half of the seventh and eighth ribs (tl^ird day after 60 drops),".— Stitches 
in the cartilage of the right sixth and seventh ribs,'".— Stitches in the car- 

f Curative effect. — Ed. 

j Furnierly e.xpei-if need, but never so uiMi-ked or so continuous. 


tilage of the left sixth rib,'".— [860.] Stitches below the left nipple (six- 
teenth day),". — Severe stitches in a place as large as half a dollar, above 
the left nipple, lasting half au hour (after nine hours),". — Jerking in the 
left peetoralis major muscle (third day),"- 

Heavt and Pulse. — Prcecordium. Kush of blood to the heart 
(immediately),'. — Qualmishness about the heart,'. — A feeling in the heart 
as if it hurt, which seems to be pressed down,'. — Something presses the 
heart down (cardialgia),'. — Stitches in the upper part of the heart,". — 
Stitches in the upper part of the right ventricle of the heart (fifteen min- 
utes after 40 drops),". — Sudden stitches at the heart, arresting breathing, 
during motion,^ — [870.] Slight stitches in region of heart,'*. — Slight 
stitches in cardiac region (12 grains),". — Frequent, deepseated, internal 
stitches above the heart, during the day, but especially severe and frequent 
in the morning,^ — Heart's Action. Palpitation,^^ ''^. — Palpitation of the 
heart (tenth day ),'*. — Slight palpitation of heart (8 to 14 grains, soon after),". 
— Pulse. Rapid pulse," ''I — Increased rapidity of pulse (16 to 20 grains, 
22 and 24 grains),". — Pulse, previous to taking the drug, 72, small, and 
easily compressed ; after taking, 80, irregular, and small ; 80, 76, 80 (some- 
what fuller), 84, 88, 88, during the hour after 60 drops,". — Pulse, previous 
to taking the drug, 83, full, and strong,not quite regular; during the hour 
after 40 drops, 88, 80, 80, 77, 82, 78, 75, 76, 72, 70, 72, 70 (after 40 drops),". 
— [880.] Pulse, previously full and hard, 80, became smaller and soft; 
during the hour ranged 82, 82, 80, 78, 72, 96 (immediately after taking),'". 
— Pulse, previously 80, full, and soft ; after taking ten drops of the tinc- 
ture, -m (somewhat harder), 82, 88, 82, 86, 83, 80, 84, 92, 82 (and very ir- 
regular), 82, 78 ; taken every five minutes during the hour,". — Pulse, before 
taking the drug, 64, soft, full (in bed); after taking the drug (taken six 
times during the hour), pulse 70, 68, 68, 68, 64, 68 ; after one hour, pulse 
98, small, and soft; after three hours, 88, full, and soft; after six hours, 
82, full, and soft ; after eight hours, 80 ; at 8 p.m., after fourteen hours, 76, 
full, and soft,". — Before taking the drug in the morning, while fasting, the 
pulse, while lying in bed, was 71, soft, and somewhat irregular ; five min- 
utes after taking the drug, the pulse was 74 ; after ten minutes, 72 ; after 
fifteen minutes, 71 ; after twenty minutes, 69 ; after twenty-five minutes, 
68,*. — Pulse, before taking, 69, soft, and full ; after five minutes, 74 ; after 
ten minutes, 74; after fifteen minutes, 70; after twenty minutes, 71 ; after 
twenty-five minutes, 70 ; after thirty minutes, 69 ; after thirty-five minutes, 
67 ; after forty minutes, 68 ; after forty-five minutes, 70 ; after fifty min- 
utes, 68 ; after fifty-five minutes, 69 ; after sixty minutes, 70 (from the 
6th),'.— Pulse 60, full, and soft, before taking the drug the second morning ; 
after taking 2 drops of the tincture, pulse rose in ten minutes to 64, and 
was smaller; after this it did not change for fifty minutes,". — Pulse, before 
taking, 64 ; after taking 4 drops of the tincture, the pulse did not rise as 
in former provings, but after half au hour fell to 60,". — Pulse, before tak- 
ing, 69; after five minutes, 72, then 75, after which, every five minutes, it 
ranged as follows : 67, 65, 64, 66, 68, 68, 65, 65, 66, 65, 68 (second experi- 
ment),'. — Before taking it, while lying in bed, pulse 60, respiration 18; 
pulse taken every five minutes as follows : 60, 61, 64, 61, 61, 61, 64 ; three 
hours after rising, pulse 88, respiration 15 (soon after taking), (from the 
3d),". — Pulse, before taking, 60; afterwards ranged, within an hour, 68, 72, 
64, 60, 64 ; became smaller and softer (after second dose of Cham. 2d),". — 
[890.] Pulse showed no change for one hour after taking, 60; during the 
next thirty or forty minutes rose soon to 64 ; at 8 a.m., two > hours after 


taking, 100, smaller, and harder ; at 10 a.m., 96 ; at 2 and 8 p.m., 78 (after 
taking the 2d),'. — Pulse, after five minutes, small, scarcely perceptible; 
after ten minutes, somewhat fuller; in twenty-five minutes, irregular, and 
rapid (88); in forty minutes, again small, and scarcely perceptible; in 
forty-five minutes, again irregular, and rapid (after 5 drops),". — Pulse at 
cue time very strong, at another small and weak, and also irregular as to 
frequency, after one hour ; after two hours, 88, full, and soft ; after four 
hours, 90, small, and easily compressed ; after six hours, 82 (after 60 
drops),". — Pulse, in the morning in bed, at 6 a.m., 64, full ; at 7 a.m., 90, 
tense; at 8 a.m., 80; at 10 a.m., 92, scarcely perceptible; at 11 a.m., 96; 
at 3 P.M., 92 ; at 5 p.m., 78, soft, and small ; at 7 p.m., 88 (i5econd day after 
5 drops),".— Pulse, at 6 a.m. in bed, 60; at 7 a.m., 82; at 9 a.m., 88; at 
10 A.M., 92 ; at 11 a.m., 92 ; at 1 p.m., 76 ; at 2 p.m., 76 ; at 7 p.m., 70 ; at 
10 p.m., on lying down in bed, 68 ; the pulse was very soft until 10 a.m., 
afterwards somewhat full ; and in the evening rather hard (fourth day), 
when all the drug symptoms had disappeared,'.— Pulse 57, soft, and weak, 
second morning in bed ; after taking Cham. 3d, 1 grain, pulse ranged 60, 
61, 64, 60,®. — Pulse hard, and full, on waking, 64 ; at 9 a.m., 80 ; at ten, 92; 
at eleven, 86 ; at twelve, noon, 88 (second day),".— Pulse 68, small, and easily 
compressible, in the morning (eleventh day after 60 drops),". — Pulse, in 
the morning, 65, soft; at 9 a.m., 100, small, and soft; at 11 a.m., 80, small, 
and weak ; at 7 p.m., 72, small, and soft (third day),'". — At 5 a.m., pulse 
60, full, soft; at 7 a.m., 88, small, tense; at 9 a.m., 98, small, and very 
soft ; at 1 p.m., 80, rather stronger ; at 3 p.m., 88, small, and hardish ; at 
5 p.m., 84 (second day after 5 drops),".— [900.] Pulse, at 6 a.m., 60, full, 
and strong; at 7 A.M., 72; at 9 a.m., 80; at 12 M., 74; at 4 p.m., 80; at 
9 P.M., 72,'. — After two hours, pulse 66, respiration 14 (second experiment),'. 
—Pulse 65 (fourth day),'. 

Neck and Sack.— Meek. Pain, especially in the neck, throat, and 
occiput, when standing a long time and keeping the body in one position, 
similar to that observed from smaller doses, though not so severe,". — Pain 
in the left side of the neck just behind the ear (fifth day),". — (Tensive 
stitfiiess of the cervical mu.scles),'. — Rheumatic pain in the muscles of the 
neck,'. — Hack. Pain in the back at 11 p.m.," — Pain in the back, in the 
afternoon,". — Some pain in the back, on sitting a 'long time,". —[910.] 
Moderate pain in the back (sixth day),". — Fulness, anxiety, and tearing 
pain in the back, after eating, which afterwards extends to the abdomen,^. 
— Drawing pain in the hack, lasting one hour (after one hour),\ — Drawing- 
tearing pain in the back,'. — Pressing pain in the back, on waking in the 
morning,(second day),*. — Sticking in the back, towards evening," — Fine 
sticking pains in the back,\ — Stitches in the back (twentieth day),".f — • 
Stitches in the back, on inspiration (sixth day),". — Some stitches in the back,'^^ 
— [920,] Some stitches in the back, in the forenoon,". — Some stitches on the 
leftside of the back," — Tearing in the back,\ — Bruised pain in back, espe- 
cially on stooping (second day),".^ — Contractive sensation in the spine,'. — 
Dorsal. Pain in the right scapula, while stooping (sixth day),". — Drawing 
pain in the scapulae, chest, and hands, as from taking cold (after fifteen and 
sixteen hours),'. — Stitches in the region of the right scapula (soon),'*. — 
Stitches in the right scapula,'*. — Stitches between the right scapula and 
spine (fourteenth day),'*. — [930.] Transient stitches in the right scapula (third 

f These pains he had formerlj', but not so severe nor so numerous, and not in §o 
many places in the body at the same time at such short intervals. 


day),". — Jerking stitches in the region of the right scapula, in the evening 
(second day),'*. — Bruised sensation in the rhomboid muscles of the scapulsB,'". 
— Pain in the right acroiliion (fifty-second daj'),". — Bruised sensation be- 
tween the scapulse, especially on stooping, with the same sensation in the 
intercostal muscles,'". — Stitches in the right cucullaris muscle and in the 
right shoulder-blade (third day after 60 drops),". — Luinhar. Sensation 
as if the lumbar region would be broken, with dragging and drawing pains 
extending fi-om the rfgion of the liver over the abdomen and deep into the 
pelvis, when lying down in bed (sixth day),'". — Stitches in the right lumbar 
region (twenty-eighth day),'*. — Severe transient stitches in the right side 
of the lumbar region (twenty-ninth day),'*. — Unendurable pain in the loins 
and hip-joint at night, if he lies upon the opposite side,'. — [940.] Stiff pain 
in the loins, after sitting (after sixteen hours),'. — *Bruised sensation in the 
muscles of the loins and back (second day),". — Pain in the small of the back, 
immediately after every stooping, with a bruised sensation, and dull tran- 
sient stitches in it,". — *The small of the hack feek bruised,^. — Bruised sensa- 
tion in the small of the back, with drawing along the nerves, extending 
into the pelvis aud parietes of the abdomen, on lying down to sleep (sev- 
enth day after 60 drops),". — Bruised pain in the small of the back, after 
stooping and frequently at other times (twelfth day after 60 drops),". — 
Scicvul, * Pains in the sacral region, especially at night,^. — Transient slight 
stitches in the sacral region (tenth day),'*. — Bruised sensation in the sacral 
region, with drawing and pressure, extending into the walls of the abdo- 
men (eighth day after 60 drops),". — Very severe bruised pain in the sacral 
region, extending, with severe drawing, over the whole pelvis aud over the 
walls of the abdomen (twelfth day after 60 drops),". 

Extremities in General. — Objective. [950.] Convulsive, sin- 
gle jerkings of the limbs, when just falling asleep,'. — Qraehing of the joints, 
especially of the lower limbs, with pain in them'as if bruised, with, however, 
no corresponding weariness (after eight hours),'. — The hands and feet be- 
came easily stiffened in the cold, as if they would be frozen (after five 
hours),'. — Subjective. Weariness and weakness in the limbs,". — Great 
weariness of the limbs,'", — Slight sensation of weariness in the limbs, espe- 
cially in the knees (jivalking relieved all the symptoms), (fifth hour after 5 
drops),". — Sudden sensation of exhaustion in the limbs (after five minutes),", 
— The characteristic sensation of exhaustion and loss of power in the limbs 
reappeared again, though not so marked as after taking the drug, and was 
to-day noticed only in the morning (third day),". — Heaviness of all the 
limbs,'. — Heaviness in all the limbs (thirty minutes after 5 drops),". — 
[960.] Forenoons, painful heaviness in all the limbs, with twisting-tearing 
pains in right upper arm, left leg, and back in temporal muscles, finally 
seated in the teeth on left side,". — Heaviness of the limbs, with yawning 
and sleepiness the whole day,'. — Heaviness of the limbs and general sen- 
sation of weakness, on waking (second day),'. — Painful heaviness and tired 
feeling in the limbs repeated, especially lower extremities so tired and 
heavy that he desired to sit rather than walk,". — The limbs go to sleep, 
while sitting (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — *Palii, in the periosteum of 
the limbs, ivith paralytic weakness,^. — Pain in left forearm and right lower 
leg (seventeenth day),'*. — Slight pains in the knees and elbows (nineteenth 
day after 60 drops),". — Paralytic-like pains in the volar surface of the meta- 
tarsus, or in the dorsal surface of the metacarpus, or the lower half of the 
bones of the forearm and lower leg, especially on their dorsal surface (sec- 
ond day after 60 drops),", — Simple pains in all the joints on motion, as if 


they were stiff and would break (after six hours),'. — [970.] Drawing pain, 
now in the fibula, now in the ulna, always extending from the joint above 
into the bone, and repeated after indefinite intervals,". — Drawing in the 
joints, jumping from one to another, in the morning (after 5 drops),". — 
Drawing and digging in the articular extremities of the long bones (three 
hours after 5 drops),". — In forenoou, some drawing pains in shoulders and 
ankles, with an unusual weak and heavy feeling in limbs, but especially pain- 
ful, weak sensation, and restlessness in arms, as from great exertion ; worse 
in rest ; relieved and disappearing on motion and going in open air,". — 
Severe drawing and tearing in the limbs, especially along the right forearm 
into the wrist, together with a sensation in the forearm as from a strong 
pressure upon the nerves (eighth day after 60 drops),". — Very slight, tran- 
sient, paralytic drawing pains in various joints, in the elbows, wrists, knees, 
and extending thence along the bones, soon followed by sensation of most 
extreme exhaustion,". — The drawing pains and dull stitches about the 
joints seem intolerable, and make him peevish (third day after 5 drops),". 
— Sticking or drawing pains in right, then left, lower leg, extending into 
ankles and dorsa of feet, then again in right shoulder, on hips, or left half 
of head,'^ — Transient stitches in the joints, especially in the right knee- 
joint,". — Frequent stitches in the joints, extending into the bones (twelfth 
day after 60 drops),". — [980.] Tearing in the limbs, arms and legs espe- 
cially, jiow in the lower, now in the upper half of the fibula, then along the 
tibia, also now in the metacarpal, now in the metatarsal bones, and espe- 
cially along the outer side of the radius ; then pain in the knees and elbows, 
along the flexor surface, especially noticed on stretching the joints ; these 
pains seem to be seated in the tendons and in the bellies of the flexor mus- 
cles (third day after 60 drops),". — Tearing pain in the limbs, which can 
only be relieved by constant tossing about in bed,\ — Bruised sensation, even 
in the bones, with dull stitches in the ulna and tibia, which seem to start 
from the joints (second day),". — Bruised sensation in the joints, especially 
in the right wrist, at 7 p.m. (second d^y after 5 drops),". — Bruised pains 
in the limbs, with stitches along the bones and in the joints, especially in 
the knees (fifth day after 60 drops),". — *All the joints are sore, as if bruised 
mid tired out ; there is no power in the hands and feet, though without corre- 
sponding weariness,^. — Single, seldom, drawing-tearing jerks in the long 
bones of the limbs, or in the tendons,^ 

Sux>erior Extremities. — Very severe paralytic-like pain in the 
muscles of the upper and forearm, especially in the flexors; also paralytic- 
like pains, extending along the nerves of the whole arm into the hand, 
alternately in both arms, at one time in the median, at another time in either 
the ulnar or radial nerve (ninth day after 60 drops),". — Uninterrupted, fine, 
sensitive pressure in the articular ligaments and periosteum of the arm 
from the shoulders to the fingers, which is like a drawing or tearing (nearly 
as severe during rest as during motion), from midnight on; this became 
worse later in the night, especially when lying on the back ; best when 
lying upon the painful arm (after eight hours),'. — Paralytic-like pressive 
sensation along the nerves of the arm, extending to the tips of the fingers 
(twelfth day after 60 drops),". — [990,] The pressive and tearing pains in 
the nerves of the arms and (as the prover again expresses it) along the 
vessels return (tenth day after 60 drops),". — Severe stitches in the arms 
riong the bones, especially in the forearms, and also in the metacarpal 
bones ; pains in the elbows, as after carrying a heavy weight with the arms 
bent, aggravated by extending the arms ; these sensations, as all others, are 


worse on the right side (eighth day after 60 drops),". — Tearing pains ap- 
pear in the muscles of the arms, especially in the flexors of the forearm, in 
the'morning soon after waking (tenth day after 60 drops),". — The tearing 
pains in the arms are increased on the appearance of the cool evening air 
(ninth day after 60 drops),". — A crawling-teariug in the bones of the arm, 
extending into the fingers, as if the arm were numb or asleep, or had no 
sensation,'. — Waked at night, with pricking numb sensation in right arm, 
transient (second day),". — Stitches extending through the right arm to the 
shoulder (twenty-eighth day),". — Left arm goes to sleep without having lain 
upon it,^ — Shoulder'. Transient pain in the right shoulder-joint, and at 
times in its vicinity, in the afternoon,". — -Jerking stitches like electric sparks 
frequently in the left shoulder, and extending into the cervical muscles,". 
— [1000.] Slight stitches beneath the right axilla two or three times (third 
day),". — Arm. Pain in the right upper arm and in the shoulder-joint 
(tenth day),". — Bruised pain in the right upper arm along the biceps and 
brachialis anticus, increased by pressure (second day after 60 drops),". — 
Elbow. Drawing and paralytic pain in the elbows and hands,'. — Pain in 
the elbow-joints below the internal condyle, just as if one had compressed 
the ulnar nerve,". — Pain in the right elbow (thirty -sixth day),". — Paralytic 
sensation in the right elbow-joint, as from hard pressure upon the ulnar 
nerve (fourth hour after 20 drops),". — Paralytic pressive sensation in the 
right elbow, in the region of the head of the radius and of the tendon of the 
biceps, extending theuce to the middle of the upper arm (second hour after 5 
drops),". — Stitches in the right elbow,'".— Violent, rather persistent stitches 
and jerking-biting in the right elbow and along the whole ulnar side of 
the right forearm, during the whole forenoon (thirty-fourth day),'*. — [1010.] 
Transient sticking in the left elbow-joint, at noon (fourth day),'*. — Stitches 
in the left elbow (twelfth and thirtieth days),'*. — Repeated stitches on the 
outer side of the left elbow, in the afternoon (fourth day),'*. — Forearm. 
* The arms immediately go to sleep if she grasps anything firmly ; she is obliged 
to let them sink down,^. — Sensation along the ulnar arteries, right and left, 
as if they were too short, together with a pain, apparently in the ulnar ar- 
tery, on bending the hand backward (second day after 5 drops),". — Fre- 
quent attacks of paralytic-like sensation, with pains in the forearms, as 
from firm pressure upon the ulnar nerve (eighth day after 60 drops),". — 
Paralytic-like pains in both forearms, extending to the palms of the 
hands, as from pressure upon the radial nerves (thirty minutes after 10 
drops),". — Stiffness of the arm, as if it would go to sleep, ivhen one grasps 
anything with the hand,\ — Sensation in the " arteries" of the forearm, as if 
they were too short, with a spasmodic pain in them ; this sensation was re- 
ferred by the prover with a decided confidence to the arteries, and it seemed 
to him most severe in the radial arteries, and was noticed even in the smaller 
branches (thirty minutes after 20 drops),".— Paralytic-like pain extending 
along the ulna to the tip of the little finger (thirty minutes after 5 drops),"- 
—[1020.] Drawing pain, late in the evening, in the inner portion of the 
arm, from the elbow to the tips of the fingers (after one hour),'. — Dull ^ 
sticking and drawing in the ulna, along the anterior and inner side of the 
forearm (ten minutes a,fter 20 drops),".— Sensation in the right forearm, as 
if it were too short, and on bending the hand backward a pain, especially 
below the styloid process of the radius (this sensation the prover located in 
the arteries on the flexor surface of the arm) ; while sitting, a similar sen- 
sation in the popliteal artery (soon after 5 drops),".— Paralytic-like pain 
along the right radial nerve, especially noticed in the . lower half of the 


forearm (fifty minutes after 5 drops),". — Sticking through the middle of 
the dorsal surface of the right forearm (second day),". — Stitches on the 
outer side of the upper half of the right forearm (sixth day),". — Stitches, 
with paralytic-like pains, extending from the right wrist to the middle of 
the forearm (fifteen minutes after 10 drops),". — Spasmodic sensation of the 
flexors of the left forearm, with a sensation as if they had gone to sleep,'". — 
Pain in the left forearm just above the wrist (forty-seventh day),'*. — 
Wrist. Some pain in the pght, and in a slight degree also in the left 
wrist (tenth day),". — [1030.] Drawing pain in the wrist,'. — Stitches near 
the left wrist, and also in a slight degree in the right wrist (fourth day),". 
— Dull drawing stitches in the wrists, extending in part aloi^g the metacar- 
pal bones into the hand, and in part along the inner surface of the radius 
(five hours after 60 drops),". — Stitches in the left wrist (twenty-first and 
twenty-fifth days),'*. — Sand. Veins on the back of the hand very much 
swollen,'*.^Drawing and dull stitches along the metacarpal bones of both 
hands, as well on the dorsal as on the volar surface, especially felt on the in- 
terosseous surface of these bones (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — Stitches 
and paralytic sensation in the metacarpal bones (mostly of the right hand, 
and especially in the fourth and fifth metacarpal bones on the dorsal sur- 
face), (forty-five minutes after 40 drops),". — Stitches on the dorsal surface 
of the left hand, and a minute afterwards on the right also (seventh day),". — 
Burning pain in the; hand, in the afternoon (after seventy-two hours),'. — 
Stitches in the dorsal surface of the right hand (twenty-fourth day),'*. — 
[1040.] Pain in the left hand (fifth day),'*.— Sticking in the ball of the 
left hand (second day),'*. — Stitches in the ball of the left hand, at 10 p.m. 
(thirty-fourth day),'*. — Stitches on the inner margin of the left hand (thir- 
teenth and fourteenth days),'*. — Stitches on the dorsal surface of the left 
hand between the thumb and index finger (fifth day),'*. — Fingers. The 
fingers go to sleep in the morning (after twelve hours},'. — Pain in the thumb 
and index finger, as from a sprain or a strain, or from too great exertion, 
or as if it were broken ; felt when moving it,'. — Sticking in the flexor sur- 
face of the second phalanx of the right thumb (second day),'*. — Stitches 
in the right thumb (fifth and twenty-second days),'*.— Stitches in the meta- 
carpal bone of the thumb,'". — [1050.] Stitches about the first joint of the 
right thumb, in the afternoon,'*. — Stitches in the first joint of the right 
thumb (third and twelfth days),'*.— Severe stitches in the first phalanx of 
the right thumb, extending from the upper joint forward (third day after 60 
drops),"- — Moderate sticking-jerking in the first joint of the right thumb 
(fourth day),'*.— Stitches in the left thumb (twenty-third day),'*. — Stitches- 
in the right index finger (twenty-fourth day),'*. — Stitches in the third joint 
of the right index finger (twenty-first day),'*. — Stitches in the third pha- 
lanx of the right index finger (twelfth day),'*. — Stitches between the left 
index finger and thumb, on the dorsal surface (fourth day),'*. — Pain in the 
tip of the left ring finger (sixth day),'*.— [1060.] Sticking in the right 
little finger (seventh day),'*. — Stitches in the left little finger (forty-fifth 
day),'*. — Rather sensitive stitches on the dorsal surface of the left little 
finger (twenty-first day),'*. 

Inferior JExtr entities. — He was obliged to stretch out the legs 
from time to time in order to get rested,'. — Feeling of weakness and weari- 
ness in the legs (second day after 60 drops),". — Great weakness and weari- 
ness in the legs, especially in the knees,". — Drawing and tension in the 
joints of the lower extremities, especially in the knees, with great weari- 
ness in them (second day),'. — Tearing pain in the upper and lower legs,'. — 


Sip. Pain in the hips,".— Pain in the hip-joint, as if sprained, on walk- 
ing after sitting (in the evening), (after five honrs),\— Thigh. [1070.] 
Paralytic stiffness, with weariness of the thigh, like a bruise,\— Pain on 
the posterior surface of the right thigh, when walking (eighteenth day),". 
—Pain on the posterior portion of the right thigh, always when walking 
(while extending the leg), though in a slight degree, and more to the iniier 
side (twentieth day),".— An indescribable pain in the thigh if one rises 
after sitting, and when lying, if the thigh is, stretched out,\— (A kind of 
fierce labor-pain), extending from the sacrum into the thigh, a drawing 
paralytic pain (after one and two hours),'.— Tensive pain in the right thigh, 
while bearing the weight upon the leg with the knee somewhat bent, simi- 
lar to a pain in the muscles caused by overexertion of the legs," — Stick- 
ing in the outer side of the lower half of the right thigh, while bending 
the leg (third day),".— Sticking above the right gluteus maximus (sixth 
day),".— Stitches in the right nates (fifty-second day),". — Stitches in the 
lower half of the right thigh,".— [1080.] Stitches on the outer side of the 
lower half of the right thigh (twelfth day),".— Stitches on the outer side 
of the left thigh, with diflicuUy in walking, in the evening (thirtieth day),".— 
Stitches in the forepart of the lower half of the left thigh (twelfth day),".— 
Stitches in the left upper thigh from below upward,". — Stitches deep in the 
left nates (fourteenth day),".— Slight stitches in the outer side of the thigh 
just below the nates,".— Bruised pain on the anterior surface of the_ thigh, 
with great weakness and weariness, on walking (fifty minutes after 10 
drops),". — Transient -bruised pain in the thighs (after a quarter of an 
hour),'. — Knee. Creaking and cracking in the knee, on motion (after 
three hours),'.— Weakness of the knees (second day),'".— [1090.] Sensa- 
tion of great weariness in the knee-joints, with a sensation as if the articu- 
lar surfaces would be separated from each other (thirty-five minutes after 
20 drops),". — Sensation in the right and afterwards also in the left knee, 
as if the articular surfaces were drawn away from each other,'". — Sensation 
in the knees, while walking, as if the articular surfaces were separated 
from each other (second day after 5 drops),". — Pain in the right knee (fifth, 
forty-seventh, and seventy-first days),'''. — Pain in the left knee (fifth day)," 
— Tension in the knees,l — Spasmodic contraction in the muscles of the 
knees, as after a very fatiguing walk (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),". 
— Sticking in the right knee (second day),'*. — Sticking in the right knee 
and hip (twelfth day),'*. — Rather severe sticking in the anterior surface of 
the right knee, while bending it (second day),'*. — [1100.] Stitches in the 
right knee, and also some in the left knee (second day),'*. — Stitches in the 
knee-joints (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),". — Stitches in the knee- 
joints deep under the patella (second day after 60 drops),". — Stitches in the 
right knee,'*. — Stitches on the inner-side of the right knee (seventh day)," 
— Stitches on the outer side of the right knee (twelfth day),'*. — Stitches 
below the left knee on the outer side, while walking (fifty-eighth day),'*. — 
Stitches about the kneejoiut, now in the left, now in the right, now in both 
knees, and also pain in the hollow of the knee (the prover again referred 
this sensation to the popliteal artery, as if the artery were too short), (soon 
■after 60 drops),". — Stitches in the whole of the right kueejoint and in the 
left ankle (twentieth day),'*. — Stitches in the outer side of the left knee- 
joint and in the neighboring portions of the thigh (forty-seventh day),'*.— 
[1110.] Some stitches on the outer side of the right knee (second morning),'*. 
-Repeated stitches in the right knee (twelfth day),'*. — Slight stitches in 
.the left knee (fifth day),'*. — Sensation on the inner side of the patella, as 


if a blunt plug had been forced under it; this sensation was especially se- 
vere on the right side,^°. — Stitches in the inner side of the patella, and also 
in several places in the joints (three hours after 40 drops),". — Stitches in 
the left patella (twenty-fifth day),". — Sensation in the hollow of the knee, 
as if the artery were swollen and painful (fifth hour after 60 drops),". — 
Sensation of spasmodic contracting pain in the right popliteu.^, as after a 
fatiguing march ; this sensation was again referred to the popliteal artery 
(second day after 60 drops),". — Tensive pain in the hollow of the knee, on 
stretching out the knee (fifth day after 60 drops),". — Leif. Great weak- 
ness and weariness in the lower legs, as after a fatiguing march (thirty-five 
minutes after 20 drops),". — [1120.] Sensation in the legs as if they would 
fall asleep,^ — Sensatiou in the lower legs as after a long march, relieved 
by motion and when walking (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — Sensation 
as if the lower leg were enveloped by a broad bandage, especially noticed 
while sitting, also accompanied by great heaviness (thirty minutes after 5 
drops),". — Pain in both lower legs, as from an exhausting climb,'". — Para- 
lytic-like pains on the outer side of the right lower leg (thirty minutes after 
10 drops),". — Paralytic pain on the anterior and inner side of the lower 
leg (soon after 60 drops),". — Oramp in the legs (after ten hours),'.^ — Draw- 
ing pain, extending from the knee through the lower leg, late in the even- 
ing,'. — Drawing-tearing pain, extending from the knee to the ankle;'. — 
Stitches in the middle of the forepart of the right lower leg (second day)," 
— [1130.] Stitches along the whole course of the left lower leg (third day),". 
— Bruised pain in the muscles of the lower legs (twenty minutes after 20 
drops),". — Sensation of great weariness in the muscles ot the calves of both 
legs, as after a fatiguing march (second morning after 40 drops),". — Heavi- 
ness in the muscles of the calves, while sitting, with tingling-crawling in 
them (thirty minutes after 5 drops),". — Heaviness in the muscles of the 
calves, with dull crawling in them (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),". — 
Heaviness and a sensation of weariness in the muscles of the calf, very se- 
vere (third hour after 5 drops),". — Heaviness and dull crawling in the 
muscles of the calves, with inclination of the feet to go to sleep (ninth day 
after 60 drops),". — Heaviness and dull crawling in the muscles of the calf, 
just as after a fatiguing march (thirty minutes after 10 drops),". — Great 
heaviness in the muscles of the calves, with dull crawling in them (forty- 
five minutes after 40 drops),". — She was obliged to draw up the feet on 
account of pain in the calves and in the knees ; if she stretched them out 
they fell asleep,^ — [1140.] Tension from the feet along the calves,^ — *Spe- 
cial inclination to cramp in the calves,^. — Tensive cramplike pains in the 
calves, on moving the feet (after eight hours),'. — * Cramps in calves (ether, 
oil),'*. — At night in bed, when stretching out the feet, as if he would push 
them against something, he is taken with a cramp in the calves, which is 
relieved on bending the knee (after eight hours),'.7-Stitches on the outer 
side of the right calf, extending thence downward into the lower leg (forty- 
seventh day),'''. — * Crawling and heaviness of the calves,^". — Crawling, goue- 
to-sleep sensation in the left calf,'°. — Crawling and weakness in the left calf, 
with a weakness of the knees,'", — Dull prickling, with very fine stitches 
and sensation of weariness and heaviness in the muscles of the calves (third 
day after 60 drops),". — [1150.] Pressure below the head of the fibula, as 
from pressure upon a nerve (five hours after 60 drops),". — Sensation as ot 
severe pressure below the head of the fibula (forty-five minutes after 40 
drops),". — Paralytic, pressive sensation beneath the head of the right fibula, 
and extending downward (second hour after 5 drops),". — At 5 p.m., a pain- 


ful sensation below the head of the fibula, extending thence downward, and 
especially noticed in the lower half of the right lower limb, similar to the 
sensation produced by pressing strongly upon the ulnar nerve at the elbow 
(fifth day),". — Stitches below the head of the fibula, especially on the right 
side (twenty minutes after 20 drops),". — Dull stitches below the head of 
the fibula (sopn after 60 drops),". — Dull stitches, especially below the head 
of the right' fibula^". — Sensation, as from overexertion in the peroneal mus- 
cles (a paralytic-like pain, with a bruised sensation), (second hour after 5 
drops),". — Pain in the peronseus tertius (?), as after a laborious ascent of a 
mountain, together with pain along the extensors of the foot on the left 
side ; afterwards a pressive pain along the nerv. peronseus, extending up- 
ward to the middle of the thigh, most severe at the lower portion of the 
interosseous ligament, together with stitches in the metatarsal bones of the 
left great toe, which feel as if gone to sleep ; a sensation above the ankle, 
as of a very strong constriction with a band," — Bruised sensation in both 
legs along the peroneal muscles, with a sensation as after a fatiguing moun- 
tain climb (soon after 60 drops),". — [1160.] The bruised pain in the pero- 
neal muscles continues, with pain in the heel, as after standing a very long 
time, and as if the os ealcis would push through the skin (seventh hour 
after 60 drops),". — Sensation of severe pressure upon the peroneal nerve 
below the head of the fibula (thirty-five minutes after 20 drops),". — Pain, 
as from pressure, with crawling along the whole course of the nerv. pero- 
naeus (second day),". — Sensation as of constriction with a broad band above 
the ankle (soon after 60 drops),". — Sensation of constriction, as with a 
tight band, in both ankles (second day),". — Severe constrictive sensation in 
the ankles,". — Sensation above the malleoli at the ankle, as from compres- 
sion of the extensors by means of a broad band (thirty minutes after 10 
drops),". — Sensation as of very strong compression by means of a broad 
band about the ankle,". — Stitches in the left ankle and in the right knee," 
— Dull stitches in the ankles, knees, and wrists, extending from the joints 
outwards and downwards into the neighboring long bones (second day after 
60 drops),". — [1170.] In rest, tearing pains in ankles,". — Foot. Sudden 
swelling of one foot, and of the sole,'. — The feet go to sleep easily (third 
day after 60 drops),". — The feet go to sleep, while sitting (thirty-five min- 
utes after 20 drops),". — The left foot goes to sleep while sitting, without 
any cause from the position of the leg,". — The feet seem paralyzed,\f — 
Nightly paralytic loss of power in the feet ; they have no power ; he is un- 
able to step on them, and if he rises, sinks to the ground, with drawing 
pains in the legs and ankles, and a pithy sensation in the soles,\ — Burning 
and itching of the feet, as if they had been frozen (after three hours),\ — 
Stitches on the outer margin of the left foot (fifteenth day),'*. — Tearing 
pain in the feet ; he cannot allow them to be covered in bed,'. — [1180.] 
Transient pain in the middle of the sole of the left foot,". — Spasmodic con- 
traction of the soles of the feet, just as also had been observed after Cham. 
12th, but no attention had been paid to it ; this spasmodic contraction ap- 
peared several times during the day,". — Slight spasmodic sensation in the 
muscles of the soles of the feet and in the bones, as if sprained, like that 
of the previous day ; this latter sensation was most marked in the ankle- 
joints (second day),°. — Pain, as if sprained in the soles of the feet, while 

t The paralytic sensation produced by Chamomilla in any part is always accom- 
panied by drawing or tearing pain, and the drawing or tearing pains rarely occur 
without the paralytic or numb sensation in the part. — H. 


lying down,'. — Drawing in the left sole/". — Severe stitches in the sole of 
left foot along the first and second metatarsal bones,". — Dull stitches along 
the metatarsal bones of the soles of the feet (twenty minutes after 20 
drops),". — Itching pain internally in the side of the heel (after three hours),\ 
— Toes, It seems as though the toes would bend up and would go to sleep, 
while sitting, especially the great toe (after one hour),^ — Spasmodic con- 
traction of the toes, with tearing pains in the limbs,\ — [1190.] Stitches in 
the left second toe (twelfth day),". — A bruised sensation in the bellies of 
the muscles in the long flexors of the toes, as from excessive exertion from 
walking (second day after 60 drops),". 

General Symptoms. — Objective. ^Convulsions of children, 
now one leg, now another, is alternately moved up and down ; the child 
grasps and reaches for something with the hands, and draws the mouth 
back and forth, with staring eyes,\ — Twitches of the limbs and eyelids,\ — 
Single twitches of the limbs and of the head during the morning nap,^ — 
He is inclined to start up (after twenty-four hours),^ — She starts up at 
the slightest trifle,\ — Tremulous starting up,^^ — Stretching of the whole 
body (second day),'. — Inclination to stretch,". — [1200.] Great inclination 
to stretch (three hours after 5 drops),". — General stiffness for a short 
time,^. — She sits stiff" upon the chair like a statue ; does not seem to notice 
anything about her (after twenty-four hours),l — *(Paroxysms, lasting some 
minutes, occur for two or three hours) ; the child becomes stiff and bends 
itself backwards, kicks with its feet when carried, screams immoderately, and 
throws everything off,^. — He sits perfectly still, and will not talk if not 
obliged to answer a question (after six hours),'. — The child will always 
lie ; does not wish to be carried (after two hours),\ — The child will neither 
stand nor walk,'. — Weakness ; she wishes to sit constantly (after five 
hours),'. — Weakness in the morning, so that he cannot rise from bed,'. — 
When the pain begins, it is accompanied by weakness, even to sinking 
down ; he is obliged to lie down,'. — [1210.] Great weakness while at rest, 
as also in motion,'. — Great weakness and weariness (forty-five minutes 
after 5 drops),". — Great weakness and weariness, especially in the limbs, 
and for the inost part in the lower limbs,". — Great weakness and weari- 
ness, especially in the legs, with inclination to stretch them (forty-five 
minutes after 5 drops),". f — The greatest weakness and weariness, which 
border on faintness (after four hours),'. — Paralytic-like weakness of the 
parts affected by the pains,". — After rising in the morning, weaker and 
more fatigued than on lying down (second morning),'. — During motion he 
has considerable strength,\ — Exhaustion of the whole body (thirty minutes 
after 20 drops),". — Exhaustion of the whole body, especially of the limbs, 
and particularly of the knee-joints (fifteen minutes after 10 drops),".^ — 
[1220.] Attacks of exhaustion of the whole body (soon),*. — Short attacks of 
exhaustion, especially of the lower extremities,^. — Great exhaustion, especially 
of the limbs,". — Great exhaustion, complete inability for earnest though*:, 
and a sensation as in the beginning of a severe illness,'. — Sudden exhaus- 
tion, especially in the knees, while sitting and also while walking ; slight 
giving way of the knees (thirty minutes after 5 drops),". — *A kind of 
faintness ; he becomes sick and qualmish about the heart, the feet suddenly feel 
paralyzed, with heaviness of all the limbs, as if they were worn out,^. — * Attacks 
of faintness, which return sooner or later (after half an hour and three, four, 

f These symptoms of fatigue affected in part even the exertion needed for mak- 
ing these observations. 


and five hours)/.— Attacks of fainting/.— Great uneasiness, with inability 
to sit still (fifteen minutes after 5 drops),".— Weariness, with great fatigue, 
immediately after a little exertion (second day after 5 drops),". — [1230.] 
Weariness and weakness," ".—Weariness, with weakness in the knees,". — 
Great weariness of the body (fourth day after 60 drops),".— Great general 
weariness, especially severe in the limbs, with frequent giving way of the 
knees, when walking at 7 A.M. (third day after 5 drops),". — Body and 
mind were weary and indolent (second morning),". — Sensation of paralytic 
weariness in the painful parts (after 60 drops),".— Very weary in the 
morning (third morning),^ — Sensation of weakness of the whole body, es- 
pecially of the knees, and almost complete exhaustion (third day),'". — 
Sensation of general weakness (twenty minutes after 5 drops),". — Sensation 
of great weakness over the whole body,'. — [1240.] Excessive uneasiness, 
anxiety, agonizing tossing about, with tearing pains in the abdomen (after one 
houi-) ; followed by duluess of the senses, and then intolerable headache,^ 
— *Tosses anxiously about the bed at night, full of fancies,^— *iZe tosses 
about the bed, with febrile heat and redness of the cheeks, and talks confusedly, 
with open eyes^. — He cannot remain in bed,\ — Sensitiveness to change of 
weather was increased,".— JS^t?>yer<^we. Unusual feeling of lightness the 
whole day (curative), (first day),". — Sensation of paralysis in the parts 
where the pain had ceased,\ — Sensation of indolence and lassitude (soon),^ 
Tired and weak in the morning (second day),". — Weariness,^l — [1250.] 
Weariness, especially of the feet (after ten hours),\ — Frequently returning 
sensation of weakness (which had been noticed since the first dose of 
Chamomilla, and even on the days of abstaining from it, but never for- 
merly),'. — He only feels well after breakfast, but after a few minutes faint- 
like sinking of strength (after eight hours),^ — Sensation of exhaustion of 
the whole body, as in impending fever,'". — Sensation of exhaustion especi- 
ally in the legs (fifteen minutes after 40 drops),". — Exhausted and wearied 
sensation and inclination to sleep (twenty minutes after 40 drops),". — Sen- 
sation of great exhaustion and complete loss of mental power, though the 
head was free (second morning),'. — Sensation of being generally unwell 
(fourth day),". — Sensation of oppression, with anxiety (thirty minutes 
after 20 drops),". — General oppression and attacks of anxiety (twenty 
minutes after 5 drops),". — [1260.] Increased sensation of oppression (forty- 
five minutes after 10 drops),". — Sensation of great oppression, with great 
irritability, in the morning (after 5 drops),". — ^Feeling of great oppression 
on moving (twenty minutes after 5 drops),". — Drawing pains appear in all 
the bones, even in the occiput,". — Sticking pain in various joints, especi- 
ally in the shoulders and ankles (soon after 60 drops),". — ■* Stitches jump- 
ing about from place to place, especially hi the knees and ankles, disappearing 
on motion (second day),". — Dull stitches in various parts of the body, es- 
pecially in the joints, lasting the whole day ; they were very' severe in dif- 
ferent parts of the body, of longer or shorter duration, accompanied in the 
arms and lower legs by a kind of paralytic pain ; these stitches follow the 
course of the nerves in the muscles of the arms and legs, and are accom- 
panied by a sensation as from over-exertion,". — Paroxysmal dull stitches 
in various parts of the body, sometimes simultaneously in several places, 
sometimes jumping from one part to another, especially deep in the joints ; 
these stitches are for the most part accompanied by a kind of paralytic 
sensation in the affected joints,".! — Wandering stitches in the joints, ex- 

f Symptoms which this prover had never before experienced. 


tending thence down into the long bones, with a sensation as if pain in the 
bones would also appear (thirty minutes after 20 drops),". — Flying stitches 
in cardiac region, and extending, at one time of a shooting, at another of a 
drawing character, now right, now left, down the legs to the dorsum of the 
foot and ankle, then back to the right shoulder or hip, or left side of head 
(22 and 24 grains),". — [1270,] Paralytic-like stitches extending into the 
hones, less on rising than while sitting (second day after 20 drops),". — 
Evening attacks of tearing pains,^ — Bruised pains throughout the whole 
day (weather stormy), relieved after 4 p.m., when the wind subsided and 
the sky cleared, but the wandering tearing in the limbs continued (third 
day after 60 drops),". — Pains composed of itching and sticking, now in 
one, now in another part, on a small spot ; after scratching, it hurts more 
(after four hours),". — All the pains, even if slight, became intolerable and 
unendurable, and he was very fretful,". — The most violent symptoms ap- 
pear within twenty to thirty minutes after taking the drug, and each one 
in a diminished degree,'". — The symptoms continued for some days after 
leaving oft' the medicine,". — The prover noted in his daybook that the 
headache was much more characteristically developed from the tritura- 
tions, while from the tincture more stitches appeared in the joints, with 
pains in the bones, though the latter were mostly only in the region of the 
joints (tMrty-five minutes after 20 drops),". — The symptoms disappear 
almost wholly during the midday heat, only the nose remains stopped, 
with a sensation of fulness and dryness in it, while the pressing and stick- 
ing headache, especially noticed during the forenoon in the temples and 
vertex, with some stitches in the left temple, is relieved, and only the 
stitches below the head of the fibula remain (ninth day after 60 drops),". 

Skill. — Objective. l^hesMnis unhealthy; every injury causes a sore 
and suppuration,^. — [1280.] The skin of the forehead is wrinkled above 
the nose,^. — The lower lip is cracked in the middle (three and ten hours),'. 
— Eruptions^ Dry. Small red spots in the skin, which are covered 
with nettle-like rash,\ — An eruption, only slightly elevated, on the nape 
of the neck, which causes a biting sensation, compelling her to scratch,'. — 
Rashlike eruption on the cheeks and forehead, without heat,'. — Hed rash 
upon the cheeks,^. — Eed rash, consisting of thick pimples, which are crowded 
into a red spot in the skin, on the lumbar vertebrae and on the side of the 
abdomen ; they itch, especially at night, with some biting ; shuddering is 
felt all about the spot from time to time,'. — Many small red pimples on 
the back,'. — JEruptions, Pustular. Pustule-like pimples here and 
there in the face, which are not sore, and only itch when touched,'. — An 
inflamed pustule on the margin of the ala nasi (after 5 drops),". — [1290.] 
Pimples appear, with itching around an ulcer, which is covered with a 
crust and which suppurates (the margin around the base of the ulcer is 
very red),'. — Scabby ulceration on the borders of the lips (from one to four 
hours),'. — (Redness around an ulcer on the foot, with swelling and bruised 
pain),'. — A previously existing ulcer became painful (after three-quarters 
of an hour),'. — Burning and hiting pain in an ulcer at night, with crawling 
in it and painful hypercesthesia to the touch,^. — Jerking and sticking pain in 
an ulcer,'. — Subjective. Frequent stitches and violent prickling in 
various parts of the skin, also sticking, as from a bundle of fine needle- 
points ; this sticking and prickling have a varying duration, and are re- 
lieved by scratching,". — Much biting on various portions of the body,'^ — 
* While sweating, severe itching of the sweating parts,''. — A corrosive itching 
in the skin of the forehead,'. — [1300.] Itching of the prepuce and glans 


(forty-five minutes after 10 drops),".— Itching of the scrotum (after six 
hours)/.— Itching of the nates,".— Itching on the sole,\ 

Sleep and Dreams.— Sleepiness. Yawning,'".- Frequent in- 
complete yawning (after a quarter of an hour),*.— Frequent very severe 
yawning, without sleepiness, with merry mood (after one hour),*. — Much 
yawning the whole forenoon, with desire to stretch (second day),^ — Incli- 
nation to sleep (forty-five minutes after 5 drops),"*.— Sleepiness while eat- 
ing,*.— [1310.] Remarkable sleepiness (after three-quarters till one hour 
and a half),*.— Drowsiness and lassitude during the day,*.— Sleep sound 
and deep, disturbed towards morning by dreams, with an emission,*". — Was 
. a long time in getting wide awake (second morning),*'. — Difficult waking 
from a deep sleep, and on waking feeling more exhausted than when he 
lay down (second morning),*".— Difficult and late waking from an unpleas- 
ant and dreamy sleep (second mormwgy.— Sleeplessness. Sleep seems 
to be troublesome and oppressive; his face looks gloomy, fretful, and sad,*. 
— Always on waking he found himself lying on the right side with the 
hand under the head, at night,'*.— Whenever he awoke from sleep he found 
that he was lying upon the back, or right side, whereas formerly he always 
lay upon the left side, and only begun to lie upon the right side since the 
proving,'. — During sleep, talking, snoring, tossing about,*'. — [1320.] Dur- 
ing sleep, he talks unintelligibly, directing that some one should remove 
this or that obstacle,*. — *Moaning during deep,^. — Groaning in sleep, with 
hot clammy sweat on the forehead,*. — Weeping and wailing, during sleep^. 
— He starts at night in sleep,*. — ^Starting up, crying out, tossing about, and 
talking in sleep (after six hours),*. — Sleep uneasy, with frequent tossing 
about at night,**. — Sleep very uneasy, with many dreams ; waking very diffi- 
cult,". — Sleep restless and unrefreshing, with frequent waking, tossing about 
in bed, and lying while asleep on the right side, waking somewhat^ later 
than usual (at 5 o'clock), with confusion of the head, dull digging in the 
forehead and right temple, which soon become a severe pressure, and a sen- 
sation as from a pressing inward by a sharp corner (second morning^ after 
•5 drops),**. — Sleep very uneasy ; every time on waking he found himself 
lying upon the right side with the legs drawn up, or upon the right half of 
the back (second night),*". — [1330.] Extremely uneasy sleep, with constant 
tossing about (second night after 40 drops),**. — Restless sleep,'^ — Sleep 
very restless, with frightful and oppressive dreams (third night after 5 
drops),**. — Sleep very restless, and much disturbed by unpleasant heavy 
dreams at night,". — Night extremely restless, with frequent waking, and 
difficult falling asleep again (second night),*. — Awoke in the morning very 
much exhausted (second day),". — Frequent waking from sleep, every time 
in profuse sweat, which ceases immediately on waking, but returns on fall- 
ing asleep,'. — * Could not sleep till 2 a.m., partly from painful weakness in the 
limbs, partly from sensation of heat and restlessness, which makes him toss about 
in bed,". — *If he sits down during the day he wishes to sleep, but if he lies 
down he is unable to sleep, but remains awake,^. — Loss of sleep at night, with 
attacks of anxiety; very vivid visions and fancies appear to him (after one 
and four hours),'. — Dreams. [1340.] Sleep at night full of dreams, not 
unpleasant,". — Very clear vivid dreams, as of a connected story,'. — Sleep 
full of fantastic dreams,*. — He fell asleep easily in the evening, but during 
the night he had uneasy dreams, in which he was very anxious and op- 
pressed (first night),". — Quarrelsome vexatious dreams,*. — He talks in his 
dream, with vivid memory and reflection,*. 
Fever. — Chilliness. Frequent shivering-creeping over the whole 


body, and extending into the limbs, with increased secretion of urine; half 
an hour after the beginning of this cold stage (-with a small weak pulse of 80, 
and respiration 16) a sensation of warmth was felt in the whole body, be- 
ginning in the head, while there were the shiverings in the body, and it was 
still cold to the touch ; this warmth soon extended over the whole body ; 
at 12 M. (after one hour), the skin was somewhat moist, pulse 76, respira- 
tion 16 (second day),'. — He shivers in the cold air (after two hours),^ — He 
shivers if he uncovers himself,^ — ^(Chill all over, after eating, followed by 
heat in the cheeks),^ — [1350.] Chill in the afternoon about 4 o'clock (dur- 
ing which he said things which he would not have said), with nausea in 
the abdomen, lasting until 11 p.m., followed by throbbing-sticking headache 
in the forehead, aggravated by lying down,'.— Severe chill, immediately 
after uncovering in the bed,^ — (Violent internal chill, without external 
coldness, except cold feet, with thirst, followed by excessive heat with sweat ; 
but if she puts an arm out of bed chill, and if she covers it again in bed 
sweat, together with tearing in the forehead),'. — Chilliness (immediately); 
none of his clothing seems to be sufficiently warm,'. — Chilliness in the even- 
ing ; at night, much sweat and thirst,'. — * Coldness over the whole body, with 
burning heat of the face, which comes out the eyes like fire,'.^ — Coldness 
in the evening on lying down, a kind of deafness with it, with which sounds 
seem to come from a great distance ; nausea, uneasiness, tossing about in 
bed; a kind of stupefaction of the head, with diminished sensation of the 
skin, so that the skin on scratching feels numb and dead,'. — He is cold, 
together with thrills of shivering from the back to the abdomen (after one 
and four hours),'. — On going to sleep, unpleasant cold sensation (second 
day),". — Shivering on single portions of the body which are not cold, with 
sleepiness (after two hours and a half),'. — [1360.] *He has a shivering in 
some portions, in the face (after half an hour), on the arms (after two hours), 
with and without external coldness,^. — *Shivering on the posterior portion of 
the body, of the arms, of the thighs, and of the bach, which returns by parox- 
ysms, without external coldness, but rather with internal dry heat and external 
heat, especially of the forehead andface,^. — * Chill only on the anterior portion 
of the body (after a quarter of an hour),'. — * Cold limbs, with burning heat 
of the face, burning heat in the, eyes, and burning hot breath (after five hours),'. 
— Icy coldness of the cheeks, hands, and feet, with burning heat on the 
forehead, neck, chest, afterwards again redness and heat on the right cheek; 
the hands and feet become again naturally warm, with contracted immov- 
able pupils, followed by snoring sleep (after one and three hours),'. — Sen- 
sation of coldness in the abdomen, especially in the region of the kidneys, 
. extending thence over the whole back, and lasting a long time between the 
scapulae ; with this cold sensation there appeared severe stitches in the right 
frontal eminence, etc. (second day),". — At times a sensation of coldness in 
the epigastric region (second day),'". — Cold sensation in the region of the 
kidneys, with frequent attacks of shivering,". — Shivering in the back, and 
bruised sensation in the peroneal muscles, at 6 p.m. (ninth day after 60 
drops),". — Frequent shivering over the back (third day after 60 drops),". 
— [1370.] Frequent sensation of shivering along the back (seventh day 
after 60 drops),". — *Slight shiveri7igs, alternating with heat, creep over the 
back and abdomen,^". — Cold shiverings frequently creep over the back,'". — 
Frequent cold shiverings in the back, especially in the lumbar vertebrae, 
from the time of waking in the morning till 9 o'clock (third day),'".— Fre- 
quent creeping coldness in the back, at 11 a.m. (second day after 5 drops),". 
— Sensation of coldness in the dorsal vertebrse, from where frequent shiv- 


erings extend over the whole body (secoad day),". — Sensation of inner 
coldness in the lumbar region, with shivering over the whole body,". — Sen- 
sation of internal coldness, frequently returning, starting from the lumbar 
vertebrje, extending over the abdomen, with shivering along the spine,". — 
Coldness of the hands, with cold sweat on the palms, and warmth in the 
rest of the body (after two hours),'. — The hands are cold ; she feels a para- 
lytic stiiFness in them, with confusion of the head ; she is sensitive to the 
open air, as if she would take cold easily,'. — [1380.] *The fingers become 
cold and are inclined to become asleep, while sitting (after one hour),'. — Cold 
feet, on going to sleep in the evening,'. — Very cold feet (second day),'°. — 
(Febrile paroxysm ; shaking chill in the afternoon ; he was unable to get 
warm, with flow of saliva from the mouth, bruised pain in the back and in 
the side, with pressive dull headache in the forehead, followed by excessive 
heat at night, and loss of sleep),'. — (Febrile paroxysm ; during the chill 
he was obliged to lie down ; thirst during the chill, but not during the 
heat ; sweat followed the heat ; sticking headache in the left half of the 
brain, only during sweat ; the next morning a bitter taste in the mouth),'. 
— Seat. Increased temperature of body (16 to 20 grains), ''. — The tem- 
perature of the axilla rose immediately from 36.3° to 36.4° Cent.; after six 
hours, at 1 p.m., 37.2°,". — The temperature of the axilla rose in half an 
hour from 36.3° to 36.4° ; and then in forty-five minutes fell to 36.3° Cent.,". 
— Heat of the whole body,'". — *In the morning after drinking coffee, heat 
all over and sweat, ivith vomiting of bitter mucus, followed by bitter taste in the 
mouth, iveakness in the head, and nausea,'-. — [1390.] At night, heat and rest- 
lessness,". — When lying on the back trying to sleep before midnight, heat, 
with general sweat (after six hours),'. — Frequent flushes of heat over the 
whole body,". — General heat in the forenoon from 9 to 12, followed by pro- 
fuse sweat,^. — Increased heat,''^. — Great heat, especially in the right cheek 
(ten minutes after 5 drops),". — Severe heat at night, with loss of sleep (after 
twenty-four hours),l — He cannot endure the bed covering, on account of 
sensation of external heat,'. — External heat, with shivering,'. — ^Internal 
heat, with shivering,^. — [1400.] Dry heat over the whole body (fifteen min- 
utes after 5 drops),". — It causes a biting heat,^— A terrible feeling of heat, 
with burning, unquenchable thirst, dry tongue, and stupefaction,^ — Sensa- 
tion of heat, without external heat and without thirst,'. — Sensation of ex- 
ternal heat, without external heat (after one and three hours),'. — * Constant 
alternations of heat and coldness in various "parts; at one time the hands were 
cold, at another warm ; at one time the lower leg, at another the thigh was 
cold, at another warm ; at one time the forehead was cold and the cheeks hot, 
etc.,^. — After forty minutes, the heat was relieved and alternated with a 
cold sensation • he was also more quiet mentally ; slight cold shiverings 
between the shoulders (after 5 drops),". — * Burning heat often in lightly cov- 
ered parts, though when not covered almost cold,''. — *Heat in the head and 
face,'". — *Heat creeping over the head and face continued a long time (ten 
minutes after 20 drops),". — [1410.] Heat, and some heaviness of the head, 
especially in the occiput (third day),". — Head warm and confused (12 
grains),^'. — Head hot (tenth day),'\ — Head hot and confused,'*. — Sensation 
of warmth in the head, flushes of rushing of blood to the head and face,'. 
— Sensation of great warmth in the head,'. — Sensation of heat in the head 
and face (thirty minutes after 40 drops),". — Sensation of violent dry heat 
in the head and face, with redness in the latter (soon after 60 drops),". — 
Great heat and rush of blood to head and chest, relieved as usual by ex- 
pectoration, which appears immediately and very easily (second day after 


10 drops),". — Transient flushes of dry heat over the head and trunk,". — 
[1420.] Ears hot (fourth day),". — Sensation of great heat and dryness in 
the nose, disappeared after some nosebleed of bright red blood (fifth day 
after 60 drops),". — Heat of the face, with redness of the eheeks,^ — *Heat 
and' sweat of the face, after eating and drinking (after fourteen hours),'. — 
Flushes of heat in the face and head, followed by persistent sensation of 
warmth in the head, soon after taking,". — Burning, hot face, at 6 p.m. 
(fourth day),'*. — Sensation of heat in the face and head,". — Sensation of 
heat in the face and head, with transient rush of blood, with sensation as 
though sweat would break out, while the skin remained very dry,".— Glow- 
ing heat of the cheeks, with thirst,'. — Repeated sensation as of heat rising 
up into the cheeks (after five minutes),". — [1430.] ^Burning in the cheeks, 
ivith flying shiverings, in the evening,^. — Hands very hot,'*.: — Sensation of 
heat in the left foot, with breaking out of sweat, followed afterwards by 
general sweat,'". — ^Burning in the soles at night; he puts the feet out of 
bed,'. — Sweat. Sweat, especially on the head below the temples,'. — (Gen- 
eral sweat in the morning, with biting sensation in the skin),'. — General 
sweat at night, from 10 to 2 o'clock, without sleep,'. — Continual sweat in 
consequence of great heat, in the morning (after 40 drops),". — Profuse 
sweat at night, with frequent waking ; on waking the sweat ceases, and re- 
turns on falling asleep ; heavy unpleasant dreams the whole night (third 
night),'. — Sweats easily ; sweat sour,'. — [1440.] Perspiration easy, even on 
the slightest motion, with a very weary sensation (third day after 5 drops),". 
— -The dry skin became moist and warm, and the feet began to sweat for 
the first time (half an hour after taking),". — *Profuse siveat on covered 
parts^'. — Sweat on the face, throat, and hands (after six hours),'. — Profuse 
transient sweat on the face and palms of the hands,'. — Profuse sweating of 
the feet (as happened every summer) ; the feet easily become sore while 
walking,". — Very profuse sweat on the feet,'*- 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), On rising, fretful, etc.; con- 
fusion of head ; vertigo ; at 7 o'clock, especially on closing eyes, stupefac- 
tion of head ; on rising from bed, vertigo ; at 5 o'clock, congestion to head ; 
on waking, heaviness of head ; in bed, when half awake, headache ; half 
an hour after rising, headache ; in bed, eyes half open ; eye swollen, etc. ; 
eyes inflamed ; after waking, pressure in orbital region, etc. ; eyes dim, etc. ; 
after rising and washing, epistaxis ; on waking, pains in teeth ; dryness of 
mouth ; bitter taste ; sensation in tonsils ; nausea ; distension of upper ab- 
domen ; on rising, faint feeling in abdomen ; on waking, cutting in abdo- 
men ; at sunrise, colic ; urging to stool; in bed, erections ; stitches above 
the heart ; on waking, pain in back ; heaviness in limbs, etc. ; drawing in 
joints; soonafterwaking, pains in muscles of arms; fingers go to sleep ; weak- 
ness ; weariness ; tired, etc. ; sensation of oppression, etc. ; from waking till 
9 o'clock, shiverings in back; after drinking cofiee, heat all over; general 
sweat, etc. ; continual sweat. — (Forenoon), Vertigo ; heaviness in limbs, etc. ; 
stitches, etc., in elbow, etc.; yawning; 11 a.m., coldness in back; general 
heat, etc. — {Noon), During heat, rush of blood to head ; headache- in ver- 
tex ; sticking in elbow-joint. — (Afternoon), Confusion of head, etc. ; at 6 
o'clock, head heavy, etc.; pressure, etc., in head; roaring in ears; diar- 
rhoeic stool; pains in shoulder-joint, etc.; stitches on elbow; burning in 
hands; stitches in thumb ; about 4 o'clock, chill, etc.; 6 o'clock, shivering 

in back, etc (-E'yejiiJijrj, Mental exhaustion ; headache; vertigo, etc. ; dul- 

ness belbre ears ; sneezing ; pain in teeth ; thirst ; stitches in region of fifth 
rib ; stitches in scapular region ; 7 o'clock, pain in joints ; stitches on thigh, 


etc. ; late, pain through leg ; chilliness ; on lying down, coldness, etc. ; on 
going to sleep, cold feet ; *burning in cheeks, etc. — {Night), While awake 
and sitting up in bed, talks strangely ; hears voices ; lips become dry ; 
toothache; pains in general; oifensive taste; *diarrhcea; cough; when 
lying on opposite side, pain in loins, etc. ; pains in sacral region ; 10 P.M., 
stitches in ball of hand; pain in ulcer; sweat, etc.; heat, etc.; burning in 
soles; from 10 to 12 o'clock, general sweat. — {Midnight), Headache; 
^coughing. — {After midnight), Pressure in ligaments, etc., of arm. — {Di- 
recting attention to pain), *Pressive headache. — {In bed). Anxious. — ( While 
bending knee). Sticking in surface of knee. — {After breakfast). Eructations ; 
nausea ; pain in sides of abdomen. — ( When breathing), Pain across chest ; 
stitches through chest; stitches in side of chest. — {Taking deep breath). 
Stitches in liver ; stitches in rib region. — {Closing eyes), Vertigo. — {Coffee), 
Vertigo ; nausea, etc. ; *pain in stomach, etc. — {Exposure to cold air while 
sweating), Toothache. — {Drinking cold water). Toothache ; griping, etc., in 
abdomen. — {Cool eveiiing air), Pains in arms. — {After dwmer), Fretfulness ; 
offensive odor from mouth ; cutting above navel ; stitches in abdomen ; 
pain above pubes ; *discharge from vagina. — ( While eating). Toothache ; 
fulness, etc.; sleepiness; chill. — {After eating). Vertigo; headache; head- 
ache in forehead ; nausea ; repletion of stomach ; pre.ssure in stomach ; 
pressure'in hypochondria ; chill all over ; distension in abdomen ; desire for 
stool ; fulness, etc. — {After eating and drinking). Toothache ; drawing pain 
in teeth ; *heat, etc., of face. — {Eructations), The existing pains. — {After ex- 
piration), Stitches from chest. — {Extending arms), Stitches in arms. — {On 
grasping with hand), Stiffness of arm. — {Hot weather), Headache, etc. — {In- 
spiration). Stitches in back. — {Deep inspiration). Stitches in abdomen ; 
stitches in region of fifth rib ; stitches in side of chest. — {Lying), The painS ; 
head confused; while stretching out thigh, pain in thigh.- — {Dying on back). 
Pressure in ligaments, etc., of arms. — {Dying down). Head confused ; ver- 
tigo, etc. ; sensation in lumbar region, etc. ; sensation in small of back, etc. ; 
headache in the chill. — {Before menses), *Colic. — {Mental exertion). Con- 
gestion of head ; rush of blood to head ; headache ; pain in head ; pressure 
on vertex. — {Motion), Pain in head ; stitches at heart ; pain in joints ; pain 
in thumb, etc. ; feeling of oppression. — {Moving head), Eush of blood to 
head, etc. ; pain in forehead. — {Moving feet), Vain in calves. — {Pressure), 
Pain in back teeth ; pain in upper arm, etc. — ( Quiet), The pains. — {Rest), 
Pains in shoulders, etc. ; pains in ankle. — {Rising after sitting). Vertigo ; 
paip in thigh. — {After violent running), Stitches in abdomen. — {Sitting), The 
pains ; headache in forehead ; pain in loins ; sensation in lower leg. — 
( While sitting erect), Vertigo. — {After long sitting), Pain under clavicle ; 
pain in back. — {Sitting and reflecting). Confused, etc., headache. — {Sitting 
and studying). Pressure in frontal protuberances. — {During sleep). Dry 
cough. — {While standing), Stitches in right hypochondrmm,— {Dong stand- 
ing in one position), Pain in neck, etc. — {After every stool). Pain in rectum. 
— {Stooping), Yextigo ; rush of blood to head, etc.; pressure in ear; stitches 
in ear ; pain in thorax ; pain in back ; pain in scapula ; sensation between 
scapula ; pain in small of hack.^Sudden stooping), Pressure from vertex. 
{Stretching joints), Pain in knees, etc. — {During supper). Pain in tooth. — 
{After supper). Increased saliva.— ( While sweating), Itching of the parts. 
— {Talking), Vertigo. — {Touching tooth loith tongue). Toothache. — {Turn- 
ing over in bed), Sensation in forehead. — {When urinating), Anxiety; 
*burning in neck of bladder ; biting in urethra.— (TFa/fcmj/), Head con- 
fused, etc.; pain in head. — {Walking), Soon after eating, vertigo; stitches 


in abdomen ; sensation in region of liver ; stitches in hypochondria ; diclc- 
ing in abdomen, etc. ; pain in chest ; after sitting, pain in hip, etc. ; pains 
on thigh ; stitches below left knee. — ( Warm cZrin^), Especially coffee, tooth- 
ache. — {Warm food), Toothache. — {Warm room), Toothache. 

Amelioration. — {Open air). Pains m shoulders, etc. — {Bending for- 
ward), Sticking in abdomen. — {Bending knee), Cramp in calves. — {After 
breakfast). Only feels well. — {When carried in a?-m.3). Children are quiet. — 
( Cooling rain). Stitches in temples, etc. — ( Walking in cool evening air). 
Rush of blood to head. — {Gold water), Boring, etc., in roots of teeth ; pain 
in back teeth. — {During dinner), Pain in tooth. — {Doubling up). Pain in 
bowels. — {Drawing abdomen imvard). Stitches in left hypochondriura. — 
{Eating), TloQihd.che; nausea; qualmishness, etc. ; sleepiness. — {Expectora- 
tion), Heat, etc. — {Passing flatus), Pain, etc., in abdomen; cutting in ab- 
domen ; cutting in pelvis. — {During midday heat). Symptoms disappear 
almost wholly ; headache, etc.— {Lying on part). Pressure in ligaments, etc., 
of arm. — {Motion), Pains in shoulders, etc. ; sensation in legs ; weakness ; 
jumping stitches. — {Pressure), Sticking in abdomen. — {Pressure and rub- 
bing), While sitting, sensation in liver ; cutting colic. — {Rubbing), Cutting 
in abdomen. — {Rubbing abdomen in circle with flat Amid), Pain in abdomen. 
— (-Rmngr), Pressive headache; boring toothache. — {Rising from sitting), 
Stitches into the bones. — {Scratching), Sticking, etc., in skin^ — {Sitting up 
inbed), Nightly pains. — {After supper), Pains gradually disappear; eruc- 
tations, etc. — {Tossing about in bed). Tarns, in limbs. — ( TTa^^mg'), Symp- 
toms in limbs ; pressure in frontal protuberances ; weariness in limbs ; sen- 
sation in legs ; symptoms in knees. — ( Warm applications). Nightly pains. — 
{Clearing weather). Bruised pains. 


Chelidonium majus, Linn. Nat. order, Papaveracese. Common names, 
Celandine ; (Germ.), Schellkraut ; (French), la ficaire commune. 

Preparation, Tincture of the whole plant when in flower. 

Authorities. 1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 4, 263; 2, Becher, ibid.; 3, 
Gross, ibid. ; 4, Hartmann, ibid. ; 5, Herrmann, ibid. ; 6, Langhammer, 
ibid. ; 7, Meyer, ibid. ; 8, Teuthorn, ibid. ; 9, Walther, ibid. ; 10, Horn's 
Archive, ibid, (not obtainable, Hughes); 11, Wendt, Hufeland's Journ., 
xvi, 2, case 3, ibid, (see symptom 1193, Hughes) ; 12, Schonke, Prakt. Mitth. 
Horn. Aezt. (from Buchmann's resume, and H. and T., iii) ; 13, N-g, prov- 
ings " from the root," Hartlaub and Trinks, R. Arz., i and iii ; 14, Lied- 
beck, A. H. Z., 45, 26, provings with expressed juice of plant above root, 
and with repeated doses of tincture, 50 to 200 drops ; 15, O. Buchman's 
provings, self took 10 drops of tincture first day, 30 drops second day, A. 
H. Z., 70, 83 ; 16, same took 90 drops tincture, ibid. ; 17, same prover took 
tincture, 2 to 10 drops, first, second, third, eighth, and tenth days ; 18, 
same, chewed a leaf, and afterward the root ; 19, same, another proving 
with 5 drops bf tincture, ibid. ; 20, same, experiment from rubbing the fresh 
tincture into the eye, ibid. ; 21, 0. B.'s wife, first proving 30 drops tincture, 
ibid. ; 22, same, second proving, 90 drops ; 23, same, third proving, repeated 
doses of 2 drops tincture ; 24, same, proving with 6th dil. ; 25, same, prov- 
ing with 5 drops tincture; 26, same, chewed leaf; 27, Adolphus B., aged 
7, took a teaspoonful of a solution of 10 drops of tincture in a glass of 
water, afterwards took 2, and again 4 drops of tincture, ibid.; 28, Rein- 


hardt B., aged 9 months, took the 6th dil., ibid.; 29, same, second proving, 
ibid.; 30, Minnie Kranke, aged 20, took 60 drops tincture, and afterward 
90 drops tincture, ibid.; 31, Heilgehelfe L., aged 45, took 90 drops tine-- 
ture, ibid. ; 32, Pastor G., aged 52, took tincture, first day, 20 drops, sec- 
ond day, 30 drops, third day, 40 drops, fourth day, 50 drops, sixth day, 10 
drops, seventh day, 5 drops, ninth day, 2 drops, ibid.; 33, Pastor H., aged 
52, took 90 drops tincture, ibid.; 34, Augusta H., aged 50, took 90 drops 
tincture, ibid. ; 346, same person took teaspoonful of 10 drops in a glass of 
water, every two hours, ibid.; 34c, same prover took tincture daily, increas- 
ing from 5 to 35 drops, ibid.; 35, Gastwirth K., aged 40, took tincture 
daily, increasing from 5 to 20 drops, afterward daily 15 to 25 drops, ibid.; 
36, Hs. took 100 drops tincture, ibid. ; 366, same person took 6 drops morn- 
ing and evening, ibid.; 37, S., aged 35, took, at first, a teaspoonful of tinc- 
ture, afterward daily repeated doses of 2 to 8 drops, ibid.; 38, Sec. P., aged 
34, took at first a teaspoonful of tincture, afterward 60 and 100 drops, then 
daily doses of from 6 to 20 drops, ibid.; 39, Sec. R., aged 54, took tinc- 
ture, 10 to 40 drops, repeated daily, ibid.; 40, Sec. R.'s wife, took first dil., 
ibid.; 41, Theo. Wish, aged 44, took, first day, 100 drops tincture, fourth 
day, 100 drops, twelfth day, 40 drops, fourteenth day, 80 drops, ibid ; 42, 
Mrs. G., aged 39, took repeated small doses of tincture, ibid.; 43, Mrs. M., 
took 12 drachms of tincture at one dose, ibid.; 44, (omitted) ; 45, Mr. A., 
proving with 6th dil., repeated doses. Teste's provings, Systemat., p. 405 ; 
46, Mad. A., provings as last, ibid. ; 47, Mile. R., provings as last, ibid. ; 
48, Mad. X., provings as last, ibid.; 49, Schneller, provings with daily in- 
creasing doses of tincture, 5. to 140 drops (Allop. Soc. physicians in Vi- 
enna), from Br. J. of Horn., 6, 270; 50, same, provings with the extract, 10 
to 100 grains, ibid. ; 51, Twelve members of last society took extract, doses 2 
grs. to 4 drachms a day, ibid.; 52, Eleven members took tincture, 5 to 200 
drops at a dose, ibid. ; 53, Berridge, a patient, took the 200th dil., N. Am. 
J. of Hom., 5, 380 (omitted). 

JKind. — JStnotional, Intoxication, with vertigo (after five min- 
utes),'". — Condition similar to that of intoxication (after a few minutes),'^'. 
— Fancies during a half sleep, without sense or connection, in the even- 
ing,''*. — Excited mood,^'.' — Very excited mood, with anger and fretfulness 
for the first three days,". — Excited and uneasy,". — Exhilaration,°.f — Great 
inclination to talk too much in company (second day),'^ — -Disinclination 
to speak,^'"'. — [10.] Silent mood,"'. — Crying the whole night, especially when 
taken hold of (first night),^*. — Frequent crying out in the night (third 
night),^'. — Frequent crying in the night without waking (first night),^. — Fre- 
quent crying when taken up and carried (third night),^'. — Lively mood,^^^ 
Lively mood (second day),""*. — Lively mood (tenth day),". — Uncommonly 
lively mood,". — Mind calm and serene throughout the proving, excepting 
while the chest symptoms lasted,*°.^[20.] All day, great tranquillity of mind, 
and even gayety, despite some unpleasant preoccupations (curative effect?), 
(second day),'^ — Remarkable serenity of mind (first day^". — Remarkable 
serenity of mind (on waking in the morning), (third day),■'^ — Sad mood 
(second day),™. — Sad mood ; she fears that she has ruined her health by 
the proving (ninth day),".— Sadness, even to weeping, and despondency 
about the present and future,". — Dejection (seventh day),^°. — Extremely 
depressed ; full of sad thoughts about the present and future, even to weep- 
ing; he had no rest of any kind,'. — * Anxiety {%econ<\. day),™. — Anxiety, 

f Curative action. 


lasting till evening (one hour after 30 drops),''^ — [30.] Waking, with anx- 
iety, at 4 A.M. (second day),™. — Anxiety after rising (third day),™. — Anx- 
iety in the evening (second day),™. — Anxiety at every slight noise,''^ — 
Anxiety and oppression (soon),". — Anxiety and uneasiness,". — Anxiety, 
uneasiness (second morning),''^ — Anxiety and uneasiness, with palpitation,''^ 
— Anxiety, with great palpitation, lasting ten minutes, during which time 
she was obliged to sit down (after two hours),^*. — Anxiety, so that she was 
obliged to loosen the clothes about the chest, lasting half an hour (four- 
teenth day),'''". — [40.] Anxiety, trembling (third day),'''*. — 6 p.m., anxiety, 
with trembling of the limbs (fourth day),*". — Anxiety, and trembling in 
the hands (after ten minutes),*l — Anxiety and fear of death, with desire 
to eructate, which he cannot do, at night,™*". — Great anxiety (after one 
hour),™ ; (fourth day),''^ — Great anxiety and depression,*l — Great anxiety, 
and twitching in all the limbs (after one hour),^". — Great anxiety, with 
constriction in the chest (after three hours),". — Great sudden anxiety, with 
palpitation of the heart,''^— Attacks of anxiety in the room, with sensation 
as if sweat would break out on the forehead (fifth day),'"'. — [50.] Attacks 
of anxiety, with nausea and retching (after six hours), ^'^ — ^Anxious about 
death and being a soldier, at night,'^ — Uneasy mood ; she could willingly 
die (third day),". — Becomes frightened at the slightest noise, as if he had 
not a good couscience,'^ — Fear that pneumonia is coming on (fourth day),*". 
— Mood very irritable, daily outbreaks of anger without cause ; feels as 
though she could beat the children, and trembles from rage because she 
has no reason, for doing it (seventeenth day),^". — He is not in good humor; 
he does not feel well, although he does not know what is the matter (after 
half an hour),". — Out of humor and fretful, in the afternoon,™. — Ill-hu- 
mored about every trifle,^^. — Ill-humored, and constantly dissatisfied with 
my surroundings,"". — [60.] Fretful,'". — Fretful on waking, with red spots 
alternately on both cheeks (third day),'". — Fretful, peevish mood,'* ™. — 
Fretful mood, with inclination to weep (sixth day),^^ — Inclined to be fret- 
ful and angry,™. — Fretful, depressed, anxious, as if I had committed some 
evil, which gave me no rest,*l: — Morose and fretful,™. — Sulky mood (sec- 
ond day),*''. — Obstinacy,'^ — Apathy (third day),*". — [70.] Extreme and 
constant iLpsLthy,^^.— Intellectual. Thought difficult,™. — Thinking gen- 
erally difficult,*'. — Very difficult thinking,™. — It seems as though she could 
not think, and would lose her reason (after three hours),'l — Confusion of 
ideas, as when half-asleep, without chilliness, or increased heat of surface, 
or any other disagreeable feeling. This condition passes ofiT spontaneously 
in about three hours, leaving only the dull pain in the lumbar region, which 
continues till night; lachrymation in the open air, without any other sen- 
sation in the eyes ; and finally, but only now and then, some itching and 
a slight smarting at the orifice of the urethra, as if from constant urging 
to urinate, which, however, was not felt (after six hours),*^ — Very forget- 
ful as to what she was to do or had done,*'. — On going into another room 
to get a book, he had to stop and think several minutes for what purpose 
he had come (second day),'". — Absence of mind ; I forgot to put on my 
stockings ; when shaving, rose from my chair before I had shaved my lips 
and chin (third day),". — Feeling as if stupefied (first day),". — [80.] Stu- 
pefaction at night,^.— (The senses vanish),^— Kubbing the soles of the feet 
restored her to consciousness; but she did not feel the rubbing; continued 
rubbing of the soles relieved the heada-she (after seven hours),^^ 

Head.— Confusion and Vet-tif/o. Confusion of the head,^'' ", etc. ; 
(a few minutes),'*"" ; (after ten minutes),'"; (aJfter ten minutes after 5 


drops)," ; (fourth day)/*^ ; (sixth and seventh days)/'.— Confusion of the 
head, especially of the forehead (after some hours),".— Confusion of the 
head, as after alcoholic stimulants (after five minutes),".— Confusion of the 
head, with sensation of pain about the forehead (sixth day),'■'^— Confusion 
of the head, more in the left side of the forehead, extending to the occipi- 
tal protuberance,^'.— Awoke from the midday nap with confusion and heat 
of the head (fifth day),™.— Confusion of the head and vertigo, in the after- 
noon (second day),''.— [90.] Confusion at night on frequent waking, with 
heaviness in the occiput ; if she attempts to rise, the occiput seems fastened 
to the pillow,''.— Slight confusion of head (70 to 100 grains),™.— Slight 
confusion of the head, which is worse towards evening, with a sensation as 
if there were a lump in the brain,''.— Slight confusion of the upper part of 
the head,".— Cloudiness and pain in head,^'.— * Vertigo (after a quarter of 
an hour),"; (second day),"'*"^; (third day),'*; (sixth day),".— Vertigo, as 
if he had turned around rapidly several times,". — Vertigo, as if everything 
were turning in a circle, when closing the eyes (fifth day),'°. — Vertigo, on 
sitting up in bed,". — Vertigo, tendency to fall forward, on rising from bed,". 
— [100,] At 6.30 P.M., immediately after dining with a good appetite, some 
vertigo, followed by a return of the chest symptoms (fourth day),*°. — Ver- 
tigo, with inclination to fall forward (after two hours),*". — Vertigo, and 
reeling (after ten minutes),''. — Vertigo, and dizziness (after half an hour),'^. 
— Vertigo and nausea,". — Vertigo and nausea, with collection of waterin 
the mouth, on rising (seventh day),'*. — Vertigo, as from drunkenness, with 
nausea, from 6 to 9 p.m., with warm sweat on the throat and chest, with 
internal and external heat, without thirst, with regular pulse,". — Vertigo, 
with sensation of faintness (third day),'". — Vertigo, together with shivering 
in the upper part of the body; consciousness vanishes for the moment; it 
seems as though he were turning in a circle (after one hour and a half),". — 
Slight vertigo,'^'. — [HO.] Dizziness (tenth day),'^. — Dizziness of the head,"; 
(after one hour),'". — Dizzy and confused in the head (a few minutes),**'. — 
Dizzy and confused, after rising in the morning,". — Dizziness and tension 
in the upper part of the head, especially in the vertex, which is sore to 
touch, aggravated by retiecting,". — Reeling, as if she would fall forward, 
without vertigo (tenth day),'l — General Head. Trembling of the head 
and hands (after four hours),*^ — On lying down, she was unable to raise 
the head, she was obliged to lift it with the hands, in the evening (first 
day),'\ — Rush of blood to the head," ; (after five minutes),'^ — Rush of 
blood to the head, lasting several hours,'^ — [120.] Rush of blood to the 
head, throat, and upper part of the chest,*'. — Heaviness of the head,'^''; 
(after five minutes),'". — Heaviness of the head, especially of the forehead, 
as if the brain would fall out there (after two hours),'*. — Heaviness of the 
head, in the morning (second day),". — Heaviness of the head, on waking 
(fourth day),'". — Heaviness in the whole head,". — Heaviness of the head, 
with stitches in it here and there,*'. — Heaviness seems to be seated in the 
middle of the head,". — *Heaviness in the head, extending to the right side 
of the head, whence a rheumatic drawing extendts into the right side of the 
neck, then through the arm into the wrist, affecting both of the injured fin- 
gers ; this rheumatic drawing also affects the whole right side of the chest, 
but does not involve the lung, but seems to be seated in the flesh ; is not 
aggravated by breathing," — Dull, confused heaviness of the head, in the 
morning,".^il30,] Pressive heaviness in the head, as if it were tightly 
bound up," — Dull head from 3 to 3i p.m., as yesterday; pulse 110 to 120; 
this fever lasted half an hour, and disappeared suddenly (second day),". — 


Pain in the head,". — Pain^ iuthe head, as after intoxication,'""'. — ^Dull pain 
and heaviness iuthe head, the whole day,". — Headache (third daj'),'"; (fifth 
day),'*°. — Headache became violent in the afternoon, and extended to the 
occiput,"'^''. — Headache towards evening (first day),''°. — Headache on rising 
(third day),'". — Headache at night, with violent pains in the left temporal 
region (seventh night), ^''. — [140.] Headache, on coming from the open air 
into the room, in the forenoon (after three hours),". — Relief of the head- 
ache on -waking from a nap in the evening,^l — Headache, relieved some- 
what by closing the eyes (after three hours),'^l — Slight headache,". — Severe 
headache on rising, disappearing after breakfast (second day),^*". — Violent 
headache, with throbbing in both temples, lasting two hours (half an hour 
after 30 clrops),'^ — Dull headache,"*. — Dull headache, lasting till going to 
sleep in the evening,"^ — Dull headache, with chilliness, towards evening 
(first day),"'. — Contractive headache,^ — [150.] Dragging in the cerebrum, 
as if there were not room for it in the skull, and it would press outward 
through the ear, in which there is a noise as of a distant waterfall,'. — Pres- 
sive headache,*'"'. — Pressive headache, in the afternoon (fifth day),'^''. — Pres- 
sive headache in the whole head, in the evening (sixth day),'". — Pres.sive 
headache pressing from within outward, especially towards the forehead, 
aggravated by the open air, by coughing, blowing the nose, or by stooping, 
but not while eating, lasting the whole day,*. — Severe pressive headache 
towards noon (second day J,"*". — Pressure in the brain (after half an hour),''. 
— Pressure in the brain an hour and a half after breakfiist (second day),'"°. 
Dull pressure towards the middle of the head,*'. — Sticking pain in the head 
and shoulders,''^ — [160.] Stitches in the head, while coughing,". — Twitches 
here and there in the head, with headache,". — Sticking-tearing here and 
there in the head ; it does not remain long in one place (after three hours),'"'. 
— Violent throbbing in the arteries, and violent pains extending over the 
head from one ear to the other, with photophobia (after three hours),"l — • 
Repeated attacks of violent, throbbing pain, extending from the neck to 
the forehead and occiput,*". — Waving sensation in the brain,*'. — Waving 
in the brain, and heaviness in the forehead and top of the head, extending 
to the temples, and very unpleasant, after drinking white beer,*'. — Fore- 
head. Heaviness of the forehead (one hour after 200 drops),'*; (after 
eight hours and three-quarters),*^ — About 4.30 p.m., heaviness in the fore- 
head (fourth day),*°. — Dizzy heaviness in the forehead,*'. — [170.] Pains in 
the forehead," — Pain in forehead, as if the brain would fall out, on stoop- 
ing in the afternoon (third day),'*. — Pain in the forehead, like the pain 
sometimes felt in consequence of a very hard stool (after 150 drops),'*. — 
Pain in the forehead, at the root of the nose, in the morning,*"''. — Pain in 
the right side of the forehead,*". — Pain in the right side of the I'orehead, as 
from a blow, lasting only a short time (second day),*". — Pain in the right 
side of the forehead, and afterwards dull pain all over the forehead,'". — 
Pain in the forehead over the right eye, extending up to the occiput, and 
disappearing after half an hour (after three hours),*'. — Headache in fore- 
head,". — Headache in the forehead, extending into the nasal bones,*''\ — ■ 
[180,] Headache in the forehead, with sticking in the left side of the fore- 
head, towards evening (after five days),*'. — Dull pains in the forehead,*"''- 
— Dull pain in the left frontal region, lasting from afternoon till going to 
sleep in the evening,*"''. — Violent dull pains in the forehead,**. — Dull head- 
ache in the forehead,*"'' *l— Dull frontal headache, the whole day (fourth 
day),'".— It seems as though the- forehead were screwed together from both 
sides (after two- hours and a half),'*.— Sensation of transient drawing be- 


neath the frontal bones (after a quarter of an hour),l — Pressure in the 
forehead (after half an hour)/". — Pressure over the whole forehead (after 
one hour and a half )/l — [190.] Pressure and heaviness in the forehead 
(after two hours), and recurring periodically afterwards (after 150 drops),". 
— Pressure in the forehead and temples, extending to the neck,^". — Pressure 
in the frontal and temporal regions, as from a band about the anterior 
lobes of the cerebrum,'". — Pressure in the forehead and temples, especially 
in the left,'*. — * Pressure in the forehead extends to the orbits, which are pain- 
ful as if sore, on moving the eyes,^'^. — Pressure in the forehead, extending 
towards both temples, and after two hours to the occiput also,''. — Pressure 
in the forehead and occiput (two hours after 100 drops),"; (ninth day),'^ 
— Pressive pain in the forehead (half an hour after 30 drops),". — Pressive 
pain in the forehead and occiput, till evening (first day),™. — Pressive pain 
in the forehead, extending to the parietal bone, in the evening (fourteenth 
day),'". — [200,] *Pressive pain in the right side of the forehead, lasting 
a short time (after two hours)," ''. — Pressive frontal and occipital headache 
(20 to 50 drops),*'. — Pressive headache in the upper part of the frontal 
bone (fourteenth day),'". — Pressive-tensive headache across the forehead 
(fourteenth day),'". — Pressive headache in the forehead and occiput, at 4 
A.M. (third day),'". — * Tensive pain in the forehead, as from a hand above the 
eyes,^^. — * Headache in the forehead, as from a band, after rising, lasting till 
towards noon (thirteenth day),'^ — *Sensationas of a band about the forehead 
and temples, just above the eyebrows, and as if the head were compressed thereby 
(after half an hour),'*^". — ^Sensation in the forehead and temples, as from a 
band, lasting till noon, returning again at 7 p.m. (tenth day),^°. — [210.] 
* The sensation of a band across the forehead is relieved on closing the eyes 
(fiaurteenth day),'°. — Sticking in the forehead under the skin,'". — Dull con- 
tinued sticking in the middle of the forehead (after a quarter of an hour),". 
— Itching-sticking in a small spot in the middle of the forehead (first day),"- 
— Sticking pains in the forehead,". — Sticking pain in the right side of the 
forehead,". — Stitches in the frontal bone just above the eye, afterwards in 
the left side of the occiput,".— Stitches in the head above the left eye, with 
twitchings in the lids,*l — Dull drawing stitches, extending transversely 
across the whole forehead,". — Violent tearing stitches in the left frontal 
eminence (after three hours and a half),*. — [220.] Tearing in the middle 
of the forehead, extending backward over the skull, disappearing upon 
pressure, at noon after dinner,". — Tearing in the forehead above the right 
eye (after a quarter of an hour),". — Tearing pain in the forehead above 
the left eye, extending into the eye, into the lids, and root of the nose (after 
a quarter of an hour),'". — Tearing pain in the forehead, in the afternoon,'". 
— Temples. Twitches in the left temple,*l — Pain extending up the tem- 
ples',". — *Pain in the temporal hone behind the ear (after one hour),'". — 
Pains in the temples, especially severe drawing pains, so that the whole 
head becomes confused (after one hour),". — Dull pains in the temples,". — 
Drawing in the temples (after two hours),". — [230.] Violent drawing pains 
from the vertex to the right temple, so that I was obliged to go to bed at 
8 P.M.,".— Pressure in the temples,".— Pressure in the temples, in the even- 
ing (fifth da,y)^".—* Pressure in the posterior portion of the right temporal 
hone (after half an hour),'l — ^DuU pressure in the right temple, extending 
to the vertex,". — Pressive pains in both temples,"". — Pressive pain in the 
right temporal region, with stoppage of the right nostril (after six hours),'. 
— * Pressive pain in the right temple, right parietal hone, and at last over the 
right eye,^\ — Pressive pain in the region of the squamous portion of the 


temporal bone,"'''. — Sensation of compression of the temples (after two 
hours),''^ — [240.] An unpleasant sensation in the left temple, as if the 
blood stagnated in it, which caused a dull sticking pain in this place (after 
half an hour),'. — Sharp neuralgic pain in right temple (before taking), 
(fourth day),*". — Frequent stitches and jerking pains in the left temple 
(after three hours),^^ — Pressive stitching in the right temple (in bed ), ceas- 
ing when he lies on the affected part, reappearing when he turns over on 
the other side, and going off altogether in half an hour (third day),". — 
Tearing in the temples,". — Tearing pain in the right temple, worse when 
touched (soon),". — Tearing in the right temple and eye, afterwards in the 
left eye, extending to the left temple,'". — ^Severe tearing in both temples,^". 
— .Throbbing painin the temples (thirteenth day),'l — Throbbing in the tem- 
poral arteries, with headache,". — [250,] Violent throbbing in both temples 
(after one hour),'^ — At night in bed, before going to sleep, beating in both 
temples isochronous with the pulse, and at the same time a sensation as if 
the blood was rushing violently to the throat and top of the chest (first 
day),*^. — Dull headache, with throbbing synchronous with the pulse, in the 
right temple, as if the vessels were overdistended with blood (after two 
hours),^ — Verteoc. Tensive heaviness in the upper half of the head, ex- 
tending into the occipital protuberance, with a sensation as if the head were 
encircled by a band,^". — Dizzy heaviness on the top of the head in the morn- 
ing, and sensation as if a band were around the head,^". — Headache in the 
vertex and left temple,**. — Violent headache in the vertex and left temple 
at various times; the headache was so severe that at times she could not 
think,*^ — Occasional drawing pains from the vertex to the nape of the 
neck, with involuntary shrugging of the shoulders, closing of the eyes ; 
when walking she is obliged to tread softly,". — Pressure upon the vertex,^'"' " 
— Pressure on the top of the head, extending to the right side of the fore- 
head and to the left side of the occiput,**'. — [260.] Dull pressure on the 
vertex,*^ — Pressing sensation in the upper part of the head,™. — Sticking, 
pressive headache in the vertex, paroxysmal, especially when walking rap- 
idly,'. — Sticking in the left side of the vertex, intermitting, and returning 
at short intervals,'"'. — Constant sticking and boring pain in the vertex, with 
twitching in the lids,*^ — The tearing headache transversely across the ver- 
tex became intolerable, causing tears (after seven hours),'''^ — Sensitiveness 
of the vertex,"'. — Painfulness of the vertex to touch (after one hoiu'),'". — 
Bruised sensation in the vertex and occiput,^'. — Jerks and stitches in a 
small spot on the vertex are worse to-day ; she cannot touch the spot with- 
out causing the most violent pain (third day),^*. — Parletals. [270.] 
Pain in the anterior portion of the parietal bone, after supper (second even- 
ing),"*. — Tensive sensation on the right side of the head, extending from 
the right temple into the right half of the forehead,". — Sticking pain in 
the right parietal bone,". — Sticking pain in the left parietal bone,". — Para- 
lytic sticking pain in the left parietal boue (first day),'*. — Stitch in the 
parietal bone (soon),". — Some sharp stitches in the upper part of the left 
parietal bone, in the afternoon (first day),'l — Occiput. Congestion of 
blood to the occiput,". — ^Heaviness in the occiput (after twenty minutes)," 
— * Great heaviness in the occiput, with drawings in the nech from above down- 
ward,^^. — [280.] * Occiput feels heavy, as if it could not be raised from the 
pillow, at night,^^. — At night on waking, she can raise the head only with 
diflSculty, on account of heaviness in the occiput (first night),^*. — On rais- 
ing the head, a sensation as if the head moved forward, while the occiput 
remained lying held firmly by the neck ; this sensation was noticed several 


times during the night on waking (first day),'^— Pain in the occiput,"; 
(first night)/'.— Pain in the occiput, with a sensation as though the head 
would be drawn backward (second day),'".— Violent pains in the occiput 
appear after the pains in the knee have disappeared, at 11 p.m. (first day),'\ 
—Pains in the occiput more violent than during the first proving (after ten 
minutes),''. — Headache in the occiput from morning till noon (thirteenth 
day),". — * Tensive sensation in the back of the head on the right side,^\~ 
Drawing through the left side of the occiput (first day),".— [290.] Draw- 
ing pain in the occiput (sixth and fourteenth days),". — Drawing pain in 
the occiput, with anxiety in the chest, without appetite for dinner (sixth 
day),". — Drawing pain in the right side of the occiput, and after ten min- 
utes again in the right testicle,". — *Pressive drawing pain on the left side of 
the occiput, and also above the mastoid process of the same side (first day),'". 
— Pressure in the occiput," ; (twentieth day ),".— Pressure in the occiput, with 
drawing pain in the muscles of the left side of the occiput, extending to- 
wards the neck (after half an hour),'l — Pressure in the occiput, and chilli- 
ness at night, wake her,'*. — Dull pressure and heaviness in the occiput (first 
clay),'\ — Pressive pain in the occiput,". — Pressive pain in the occiput, last- 
ing a quarter of an hour (eighth day),'*. — [300.] Pressive pain in the oc- 
ciput, extending around to the forehead (after six hours),'". — Stitches in 
the right side of the occiput,*'. — Pinching stitches in the right side of the 
occiput (after one hour and a half),*. — Pinching stitches in the left side of 
the occiput, as if external, neither increased nor diminished by pressure 
(after seven hours),*. — ^Drawing, pressing-like stitches, extending from the 
left side of the occiput to the forehead (after half an hour),*. — Tearing in the 
left side of the occiput above the ear, extending forward,"". — Tearing pain 
in the right side of the occiput, with long severe stitches extending for- 
ward (after fifteen hours and a half),*. — Occiput painful to touch, as if it 
were broken loose from the rest of the skull, in the evening (first day),"- 
— External JTead. Hair dryer than usual (thirteenth day),". — The 
hair becomes matted for four fingers' breadth behind the right ear (thir- 
teenth day),".— [310.] Hair falls out," *'.— Constant falling out of the 
hair,*'. — The hair on the occiput falls out daily,". — The hair on the occiput 
falls out very freely while combing it (seventh day),". — Sensation as if the 
hairs were standing up, two inches above the forehead and on the occiput 
(after half an hour),". — Pain in the roots of the hair,"l — Pain in the roots 
of the*iair on combing, as if ulcerating,"^ — Sensation as though the skin 
were drawn together on the forehead above the left eye ; burning in this 
place ; on rubbing there follows a sensation as if one were pressing on the 
spot (first day),".! — Scalp is sore, hot to touch, with heat on top of the 
head,"l — Soreness of the upper part of the scalp, wibh heat on the top,"'. — 
[320.] Crawling on the whole scalp, disappearing on scratching (after one 
hour and a quarter),'". — Crawling in a place of the size of the palm on the 
right side of the head (after three-quarters of au hour),'". — Crawling on 
the right side of the head, relieved by rubbing (after two hours),'". — Crawl- 
ing in the upper half of the left side of the head, not relieved by scratch- 
ing, at 2 P.M.,'". — Itching on the right frontal eminence, relieved by scratch- 
ing, after supper,'". — Itching on the right temple, relieved by scratching, 
but returning (after one hour),'". — Itching on the left frontal eminence, re- 
lieved by scratching (after three-quarters of an hour),'". — Itching on the 
right temple, relieved after scratching (after three-quarters of an hour),'?. 

t He had previously received a violent blow at this point. 


— Itching on the occiput (fourteenth day)/". — Itching in the occiput, dis- 
appearing on scratching, and returning at 1 p.m.,". — [330 ] Itching on the 
right side of the occiput, relieved by scratching, at 5 p.m.,'1 

Eye. — On waking in morning, the eyes are swollen, and the lids agglu- 
tinated by dried gum (third day). — Heaviness in the eyes (after two hours),''^ 
— Sensation as of sand in the eyes, with lachrymation, in the forenoon,™''. — 
Sensation as of sand in the eyes,""" '". — A sensation as if a grain of sand 
were in the left eye, at 7 p.m., lasting a long time,".' — Sensation as of sand 
in the eyes, less noticed on closing the eyes (after one hour),'■'^ — Pains in 
the eyes, aggravated by lamplight (second day),^*. — Burning of the eyes 
and cheeks, in the morning on waking,^l — Sensation of heat in the left 
eye, with sticking in the canthus (after half an hour),". — [340.] Burning 
in the eyes (after twenty minutes),''; (sixth day),''\ — Buruing in the eyes 
and forehead,". — Burning in the eyes, lasting an hour (second day),". — 
Burning in the eyes the whole day,". — Burning in the right eye," — Burn- 
ing pain in the left eye, in the morning on waking, which gradually disap- 
pears on rising (second day),". — Spasmodic pain in the right eye,". — Pains 
in the eyes, as if the lids were forcibly pressed downward (after ten min- 
utes), ^l — Pressure in the eyes," *l — Pressure in the eyes and orbits, worse 
on moving the eyes, with sleepiness, as after a wakeful night,''. — [350.] 
Pressure in the left eye (after five minutes),". — Pressure and flickering 
before the eyes (fifth day"),'^". — Pressure and pain in the eyes, on the upper 
part of the eyeballs, as if they would be pressed inward, more in the left 
than in the right eye ; she keeps the eyes closed, since thereby the pain is 
relieved,''^ — Pressive pain over the left eye (first day),'*. — Violent pressive 
sticking in the right eye; soon after, pressure in the left eye,''. — Stitches in 
the right eye,*l — Sudden stitch in the left eye ; with sensation as if the 
eye were torn out, five times in succession (after half an hour),". — Tearing 
in the left eye and left temple from time to time (after ten hours),'l — Tear- 
ing in the left eye,". — ^ Tearing pain in and above the eyes (fifth day),''. — 
[360.] Itching of the eyes (after three hours),*'. — Itching in the eyes, as 
after drinking liquor,'^ — Itching in the right eye, disappearing on rubbing, 
at 5 P.M.,". — Itching in the left eye, disappearing on rubbing (after three- 
quarters of an hour),". — Jiroiv and Orbit. Pain above the left eye 
(second day),". — * Neuralgic pain above the right eye, especially in the even- 
ing when reading by artificial light,'". — Drawing pain over the left eye 
(sixth day),". — Pressive pain above the left eye, which seems to press down the 
upper lid (after three-quarters of an hour),*. — Sticking pain above the left 
eye (ten minutes after 5 drops),". — Tearing pain above the left eye (after 
a quarter of an hour), (second day),''; (after half an hour),". — [370.] 
Transient tearing over the right eye,™. — Neuralgic pain over left eyebrow 
(after four hours),*'. — Sudden transient tearing over the left eyebrow, thence 
across over the right in a transverse direction (after half an hour),". — 
Stitches between the eyebrows, extending into the right eye and left temple, 
and above the left ear,*l — Pressive tearing headache between the eyebrows, 
■which presses the lids together ; it disappears after eating, but returns after 
three-quarters of an hour (after half an hour),*. — Stupefying pressure in 
the right orbit, extending from without inward,'. — L>i(ls. Margins of the 
eyelids very red,". — Kedness and swelling of the margin of the lower lids, 
with redness of the conjunctiva of the lower lids (second day),'^. — Twitch- 
ing in the lids,*'' ^'. — Twitching and blinking of the lids, with lachrymation 
(after a quarter of an hour), (second day),". — [380,] Kepeated twitching 
and blinking of the lids (after half an hour),". — Blinking of the lids (after 


fifteen minutes)/^ — Severe trembling of the right upper lid (after four 
hours),". — Jerking in the left eyelid/l — Clonic spasms in the eyelids ; on 
attempting to hold them open they were forcibly closed (after half an 
hour)/'. — Inclination to close the eyes and lie down, as after intoxicating 
drinks (after two hours)/".— Desire to close the eyes ; difficult opening of 
the lids, as if the upper lid were drawn downward, lasting till towards 
noon (eleventh day),^^ — The eyelids can be opened only with difficulty ; 
they seem swollen ; upon attempting to open them they feel as if there were 
a grain of sand in them (third day),"- — The eyes close while writing (fifth 
day),™. — ^Kubbing of the upper eyelid against the ball, on moving the lid 
or ball (second morning),^". — [390.] Crusts of dry mucus on the lids of 
the right eye (second day),'". — Eyes agglutinated with dry mucus (third 
day),"'. — The lids of both eyes are agglutinated with dry mucus, and can 
be opened only with difiiculty (fifth day),'". — Both eyes agglutinated with 
dry mucus, the left worse (second morning),"'. — The eyes are agglutinated 
in the morning, and foggy, so that he cannot rightly distinguish objects 
until he has washed himself (second morning),". — The left eye was agglu- 
tinated with mucus in the morning (third day),"'. — Heaviness of the eye- 
lids (fourth day),^*'^. — Heaviness of the lids ; they rub against the eyeball 
(eighth day),'". — Heaviness of the lids ; it seems as though they would not 
open well, as with sleepiness (after one hour),''. — Pain just above the left 
lid (fourteenth day),". — [400.] Pain in the lids, with lachrymation,". — 
Burning in the lids (after a quarter of an hour), (second day),'^; (seventh 
day),". — ^Burning of the lids, with watery eyes,". — ^Burning in the eyelids 
and about the eyes, after a slight rubbing,'^ — IBurning in the eyelids, with 
heat and redness of the face,*^ — Burning in the eyelids and pressive pain 
in the eyeballs, as if they would be pressed into the head, worse in the left, 
in the morning after rising (second day),^*. — Burning in the lids of the 
left eye, lasting till going to sleep (first day),". — Burning in the lower lids,". 
— Burning in the left upper lid (third day),". — Burning in the margin of 
the left upper lid (third day),". — [410.] Sensation as if the eyelids were 
swollen, with sand in the eyes (first day),". — Pressure in the eyelids (sev- 
enth day),'"; (fifteenth day),". — Pressure in the eyelids, at night on wak- 
ing (tenth day),". — Pressure in the upper lids (second morning),". — Pres- 
sure on the right upper lid,''. — Pressive pain in the left upper lid (third 
day),"". — Sticking in the left eyelid,". — Sudden transient sticking in the 
right upper lid,". — Stitches in the inner side of the right eyelids,". — Stitches 
on the inner side of the left lower lid,". — [420.] Itching of the margins of 
the lids,". — Burning-itching in the lids, in the morning on waking (ninth 
day),". — Sticking-burning in the left external canthus (after one hour and 
a quarter),". — Sticking and burning, as from sand in the inner canthus of 
the left eye, lasting more than two weeks ; the inner angle of the eye was 
red and inflamed, with sensation of great heat in it ; even after two weeks 
it was still weak and watery,*'. — Jerking dull sticking in the right inner 
canthus, disappearing on rubbing, but frequently returning (after half an 
hour),". — Itching-sticking in the inner canthus,". — Itching in the left inner 
canthus, all day (sixth day),". — Lachrymal Apparatus. *Lachry- 
maiion (after 100 drops)," ; (after half an hour)," ; (sixth day),'". — Fre- 
quent lachrymation (second day),"*. — Lachrymation in the open air (after 
thveehoms),*\— Conjunctiva. [430,] Great redness of the conjunctiva 
of the lower lid (third day),". — *Whites of the eyes dirty yellow,". — 
*The white of the eye is of a dirty yellow color (fifth da,j),^\—Ball. 
*Aohinff in the eyeballs on looking up,'". — *8light aching in the eyeballs, on 


moving the ei/es,^^— Pressure in the eyeballs (seventh day),". — Violent pres- 
sive pain in the left eye, in the middle of the eyeball, which seems to be 
so large that the upper lid would not cover it ; relieved on closing the eye, 
in the evening (second day),''*. — (Tickling-itching in the right eyeball),^ — 
Pupil. Contracted pupils (immediately), I — Contraction of the pupils, 
immediately after taking it; they, however, dilated to their natural size 
after an hour,^ — Vision. [440.] * Dimness of vision,"". — Dimness and 
weakness of sight,^\- — Morning on waking, sight is dim, as through a mist, 
especially in the right eye (fourth day),". — Letters seem less distinct than 
usual when writing, as if the lamp were burning dimly (third day),". — 
Letters run together while reading (after two hours),"". — Letters run to- 
gether while writing (seventh day),".— When writing, the letters seem to 
run together (fourteenth day),". — Letters run together while he is writing ; 
can be more easily seen at a great distance from the eye (after fifteen min- 
utes),". — Flickering before the eyes,''"' " ; (second and fourth days),'^°.— 
Flickering before the eyes, which rendered vision indistinct,'*^ — ^[450.] 
Flickering before the eyes, with dimness of vision,*l — Flickering before 
the eyes, with vertigo, lasting over a quarter of an hour,'*. — Flickering 
before the eyes, lasting three hours, followed by diarrhoea-like stool,''^— 
Bright, flickering point before the eyes during the anxiety ; she was un- 
able to clearly distinguish objects (after six hours),^l — Glittering points 
before the eyes, with transient obscuration of vision, so that it became black 
before the eyes,'^. — *A blinding spot seems to be before the eyes, and if he 
looks at it the eye waters,'^. — A kind of glare before the right eye, so that 
she can hardly read,*". — Cloudiness and illusions of sight,''l — It becomes 
black before the eyes, with a sensation as if she would faint,® 

Ear.— External. Thick earwax, whitish like mush,". — [460.] Pain 
above both ears, worse on the right side,". — Pain above the left ear, extend- 
ing through the upper back teeth of the left side (second day),'^ — Pain 
above and beneath the right ear (after five minutes), (second day),". — 
*Pain behind the right ear (soon),^'. — ^Pain behind the right ear, in the fore-- 
head, and vertex,"'. — Drawing pain behind and above the left ear, while 
in bed (first day),". — A long-continued stitching in the right external ear, 
which gradually disappears (after three hours),*. — Tearing above the right 
ear (second evening),™. — Tearing behind the right ear,". — ^Tearing from 
the right cheek-bones to the ears and around the ears, extending thence to the 
upper part of the occipid along the lambdoidal suture,"''. — [470.] Pain in a 
small spot behind the left ear, as from a slight blow (after three hours),"". — 
Pain as from a bruise in the lobule of the left ear, immediately followed 
by burning in the right lobule, as from a glowing coal (after thirteen hours),'. 
— Internal. Pain in the ears,"'". — *An unpleasant sensation in both ears, 
as if a wind were streaming out of them, so that he was frequently obliged to 
put the finger into the ear to relieve this sensation (after one-third of an hour, 
three, and four hours),*. — Ears feel too full (after two hours),*". — ^Sensation 
as if the ears were stopped (after three-quarters of an hour), (second day),". — 
Sensation of stoppage of the ears, with ringing before them (first day),". — 
Both ears seem stopped,^'; (after twenty minutes),^' ; (after ten minutes),". — 
The left ear feels stopped (fifth day),™.— Burning of the ears,"".— [480.] 
Burning in the left ear while the right is very cold,"'. — Boring pain in the 
right ear,*^— Drawing in the left ear and left back teeth,"l— Dull pressure 
in the ears (second day),"". — Painful pressing out of the right ear, followed 
by tickling in it (first day),".— Stitches in the ears (second, third, and fifth 
days),"*=. — Stitches in the right ear, extending up to the vertex, and after 


a quarter of an hour into the left ear also/l^ — Stitches in the left ear/^ — 
Stitches in the left ear, with which he hears with difficulty,". — Stitches and 
noise in the left ear (second day),'". — [490,] Tearing in the internal ear ; 
on attempting to relieve it by boring in with the finger ringing ensued,'. — 
Hammering sensation in the earSj^l — Itching in the right ear,^'. — Itching 
in the left ear,''. — Pain in the left auditory meatus (after ten minutes)/^ — 
Sensation of heat in the right meatus,'^ — Drawing in the left meatus audi- 
torius,'*. — Drawings from the left meatus into the left temple,'^'. — Transient 
drawings in the left meatus auditorius,'^ — Pressure in the right meatus au- 
ditorius, with ringing,^'. — [500.] Intermitting tearing pressure in the i-ight 
inner auditory canal (after two hours),''. — Sticking pain in the right exter- 
nal meatus auditorius (after ten hours),'*. — Sticking pain in the right meatus 
auditorius and upper part of the forehead,'". — Sticking pain in the left 
meatus auditorius (after half an hour),'*. — Stitches in the right meatus au- 
ditorius,". — Stitches in the left meatus auditorius (fourteenth and fifteenth 
days),'''. — Tearing in the right meatus and temporal bones,". — Tearing pain 
in the right inner auditory canal (after three-quarters of an hour),^ — Itch- 
ing sensation in the meatus auditorius, now in one, now in the other,"'. — 
Heat'iiH/, Hearing vanishes while coughing; it seems as though some 
one were holdiug the hand over the right ear, lasting a long time (after 
three-quarters of an hour),". — [510.] Sounds in both ears, as from a distant 
cannouading,^ — Noises and ringing in the ears (first day),™. — Buzzing in 
the ears (after twenty minutes),". — -Humming in the ears (after three min- 
utes),". — Ringing in the ears," ^''. — Ringing before the ears, like a whist- 
ling (after half an hour),'. — Ringing in the ears, with burning in the 
cheeks,". — Ringing in the right ear,". — Ringing before the left ear,*l — • 
Ringing in the left ear,"'. — [520.] Ringing in the left ear, when walking 
(after nine hours),''. — Roaring in the ears,"" ; (fourth day),"•'^ — Roaring in 
the ears, as from a strong wind (after one hour and a half),'. — Roaring in 
the ears, with difficult hearing for several weeks,"'.t — *Loud roaring in the 
ears, as from a distant storm of wind,^\ — Roaring in the right ear,*l— Sing- 
ing and ringing in the ears on closing the eyes (after three hours^l 

JVone.—ObjecHve. Tip of the nose swollen and red (fifth day),"*".— 
Trembling and twitching in the tip of the nose,'. — Sneezing twice (after 
one hour and a half ),".— [530.] Stoppage of the nose (fifth day),"''.— Stop- 
page of the nose ceases in the right side and continues in the left (after 
three-quarters of an hour),'".— Complete stoppage of the nose (after two 
hours and a half ),'".— Fluent catarrh, with much sneezing,"''^— Stopped 
catarrh,"'; (after two hours),^ — Stopped catarrh; he could get no air 
through the nose (after one hour and a half),'".— Fluent coryza,"' ; (after 
ten minutes),'"; (ninth day),"". — Fluent coryza (without having taken 
cold),"'.— Fluent coryza, from morning till evening,"'. — Fluent coryza, last- 
ing several days,"".— [540.] Fluent coryza for two hours, with expectora- 
tion of mucus (third day),'^— Fluent coryza, with some cough, on rising 
up from stooping,"''^— Profuse, violent coryza,"'.- Stopped coryza in the 
morning, worse in the warmth, "''^— Stopped coryza in the morning on 
wakiug,"»^— Watery secretion in the nose (second day),"".— Discharge of 
water from the nose,*' ; (after half an hour),''^— Discharge of much water 

t On this account 1 was obliged to suspend the proving for a long time; was 
obliged to take a dose of Sulphur on account of this roaring in the ears, which 
would ni.t disappear of itself, after which there was profuse sweat and disappearance 
of the ear trouble. 


in drops from the left nostril, less from the right, with burning on the outer 
margin of the nostrils (after fifteen minutes), '^ — Thin mucus is discharged 
from the nose (third day),^'. — Much mucus in the nose, so that I was obliged 
to change handkerchiefs during the day,°"''.t- — [550.] Increased dii-charge of 
mucus from the nose, and every now and then fluent coryza (fourtii day),^'. 
— Bleeding of the left nostril (ninth day),". — Discharge of black blood 
with nasal mucus, on waking in the morning,"'. — SlibJecHve. Dryness 
of the nose (fourth day),'*"^. — of the nose and lips,"'. — Diyness of 
the nose and throat,''. — Dryness and itching in the left nostril,"'. — Great 
dryness of the nostrils, as if stopped (third day),". — Sensation of catarrh 
in the nose, with much mucus (after one-eighth of an hour),'''. — Pains in 
the nasal bones,"'. — [560.] Pain in the nasal cartilage (after five minutes),'". 
— Pains in the tip of the nose, after five minutes in the forehead, and soon 
afterwards in the right forearm,"'. — Burning in the nostrils (alter ten days),". 
— Burning in the left nostril (after five minutes),". — Burning in the mu- 
cous membrane of the nose towards the tip, as in catarrh (after ten min- 
utes),'*. — Tension in the right side of the nose, in the afternoon (first day),'". 
— Pressure in the root of the nose,'^ — Stitches in the tip of the nose,"'. — 
Tearing in the nostrils, worse in the left,^'. — Soreness in the nose,*". — [570.] 
Beating near the nose, as if a tooth would ulcerate ; (she had formerly had an 
ulcerated tooth at this place),'l — Itching in the left nostril,"'. — Illusions of 
smell,*'. — Unpleasant smell in the nose, like that of black soap (first day),"^ 
Face. — Objective, Sickly, suffering expression (after three hours),^l 
- — Sickly look, with sunken eyes surrounded by blue rings,"". — *Redness 
and flushes of heat in the face,*^. — Redness of the face, and distended veins 
of the hands, without external heat, at 5 p.m.,'". — * Yelloiv color of the face and 
hands, with yellow whites of the eyes,^^. — Yellow color of the face, throat, and 
chest, lasting more than eight days,"*. — [580.] *Kemarkably yellow color of 
the face, especially of the forehead, nose, and cheeks ; the general appear- 
ance of the face is that of jaundice (fifth day),'". — *Face grayish-yelloiv, so 
that my sickly look causes general remark ; even the hands are yellow,"'. — 
Pale face,*. — Pale, suffering expression (third day),'*. — Pale, sunken face 
(after three hours),'l — Subjective. Pain in the left side of the face, 
aggravated by touch ; this pain increased to great severity from 6 to 8 p.m. 
(Nov. 17, on the appearance of chilly, windy weather) ; somewhat relieved 
by magnetic passes with the hands (thirteenth day),^^ — Burning sensa- 
tion here and there in the face, as if blisters would appear in these spots 
(thirteenth day),'*. — Burning in the left half of the face, which is red, 
swollen, and tense, as in erysipelas, even involving the left ear ; the red- 
ness disappears half an hour after rising (fifth day),™. — Pressive drawing 
in the bones of the left side of the face (second day after 100 drops),'*. — 
Cheeks. Redness and heat in the cheeks,*'. — [590.] Redness of the left 
cheek, gradually changing from bright red to dark red (after a quarter 
of an hour),''.- — Sharply defined dark redness of both cheeks (after three 
hours),". — *The usual redness of the cheeks has a mixture of yellow, of 
a dark color (fifth day),'". — Pain in the left cheek-bone,""\ — *Pain in the 
right cheek-bones, and in the upper part of the occiput,^''. — Burning, with sen- 
sation of heat, in the left cheek (after half an hour),'". — Burning pains in 

f I could not have taken cold; I noticed the same catarrh during the first prov- 
ing without thinliing I had taken cold; previously I had never suffered from ca- 
tarrh, and I am obliged to attribute these catarrhal symptoms to the medicine taken, 
and on account of tliem I stopped the proving. 


the cheek-bones, extending into the eyelids (after three houva),".—*Se7isa- 
tion of swelling in the right cheek-bones,''' .—Tensive sensation in the cheeks 
between the eyes and mouth,".— Drawing pain in the right malar bone,". 
—[600.] Pressive pain in the right cheek-bone,".— Dull pressure m the 
right cheek-bones, extending to the right ear, at 10 p.m.,".— Sticking and 
boring pains in the left cheek-bones, alternating with pains in the left upper 
incisors,*'.— Prickling-sticking in the left cheek,''.— Tension, with drawing, 
in the left zygoma, only when lying down (after nine hours),'. — Jerking 
pain in the left zygoma, as if it would be torn, repeated for five minutes 
(after three hours),^— Pains, which became very distressing, in the right 
upper jaw after going to bed,^"".— Constant drawing through the upper jaw 
and upper teeth (after fifteen minutes),".— Violent drawing pain in the left 
upper jaw and cheek bones, with heat in the cheek, extending to the eye,'^ 
—Pressure in the upper jaws,". — [610.] Awoke at night on account of 
severe pressure iu the superior maxillary bone (after 150 drops),". — Stick- 
ing through the left upper jaw (after ten minutesy^ — *Burrowing-tearing 
in the antrum maxillare (after three hours), ^.— Lips. Swollen lips in the 
evening, with peeling of the skiu,*l— Lips dry, cracked, and crusty,".— 
Dry lips in the morning,". — Burning iu the upper lip (after a quarter of 
an hour ),'l— Stitches iu the left side of the lower lip, repeatedly.'^- Jai^S. 
Dull pain in the left side of both jaws, extending towards the eye near the 
nose, and also in the temples (thirteenth day),'^ — Burning pain in the right 
upper and lower jaws, which extends into the cheek, and the right half of 
both lips, with some stitches back and forth, frequently alternating, worse 
in the evening after going to sleep,^"""- 

3Io nth.— Teeth and Gums. [620.] Teeth seem too long (four- 
teenth day),''. — The teeth seem too long ; the pain is aggravated by chew- 
ing (third day),". — Sensation as if the left lower teeth were loose and too 
long (after half an hour),*'.— Pains in the teeth, extending to the right 
temple (sixth day),'°. — Pain in the left lower teeth,*'. — Pain in a right upper 
tooth,". — Violent pains in all the teeth, and in both jaws, while speaking 
(after three hours),". — Constant pain in the teeth, so that I was obliged to 
stop the proving,^. — Dull pains in the teeth of the left lower jaw, when 
touched ; they are less after three and twenty-one hours,'. — Sensation of 
heat in the teeth (after five minutes and half an hour),'*. — [630.] Tooth- 
ache, aggravated toward evening, not relieved by sweat (fourth day),'". — 
The toothache continues through the night (seventh to thirteenth night),". — 
Periodic toothache,'*. — Toothache on the right side, lasting tillevening,''. — 
Toothache after going to sleep, involving the whole of the right side of 
the face,™''. — Toothache, involving the whole right side of the face, jaws, 
lips, and cheek, aggravated by warmth, relieved for the moment by cold 
air and cold water,'*. — Toothache in the left upper jaw,'* *'. — Toothache, 
extending over the whole left cheek, afterwards felt in the right side, and 
lasting all night,''. — The toothache is aggravated by every motion of the 
mouth (fifth day),'". — Toothache increases, and does not disappear at all, 
destroys the appetite, is worse during the night, extending to the forehead 
and temples, together with sensation of heat in the forehead ; the paiu is 
periodic, and extends into the left ear. The pains were so severe that I 
was obliged to take Arsenic 30th,''. — [640.] Frequent toothache, now in 
the left §ide, now in the right, alternating with transient stitches in the left 
side of tne chest,"'. — Incessant toothache the whole night,'^ — Violent tooth- 
ache in the left side of both jaws, repeatedly returning, lasting several 
minutes,". — Violent toothache, especially after taking warm food ; the 


pains in the teeth appear periodically, are most violent on the right side, 
and prevent sleep during the night, with frequent tearing in the left ear 
and left arm,''^ — Drawing in the teeth (soou),"*'^; (after half an hour),"; 
(third day),*''; (fifth day),''".— Painful drawing in the teeth (soon),'*.— 
Drawing pains in teeth (70 to 140 drops),'"'.- — Drawing pain through all 
the teeth (after two minutes),'". — Drawing pain through the tcelh of the 
upper jaw (after five minutes), (second day),'^ — Drawing pain through 
the left.upper teeth (third day),'". — [650.] Drawing pain, extending from 
the left ear into the left upper teeth,'*.^ — Drawing toothache, extending up 
into the eyes,'*^ — Dragging in the teeth,".' — Evening in bed, i'or a few mo- 
ments, pressive pain in right upper teeth (second day),*". — Sticking and 
boring in the teeth,". — Tearing here and there in the teeth,'". — Tearing in 
the left teeth in the afternoon ; the pains extend into the left meatus,'". — 
Tearing pain in the teeth of the left side of the lower jaw, aggravated by 
chewing (after two hours),^'. — ^Frequent tearing, extending from the right 
ear into the right teeth, in the afternoon,^''. — Drawings through the upper in- 
cisors,''^ — [660.] Drawing through the upper incisors (eighth day),". — 
Drawing pain in the upper incisors,". — Drawing pain in the left upper in- 
cisors, extending thence into the upper and lower teeth of the left side (first 
day),". — Drawing pain through the lower middle incisors, in the morning,". 
— Transient dragging in the upper incisors,". — Pain in the two last left upper 
back teeth, preventing chewing, the whole day (fourth day),". — Pain in 
the left back teeth frequently awoke her at night (sixth uight),^l — Pain in 
the upper back teeth of the left side, while chewing or pressing upon the 
gum (after half an hour),™.— Severe pain in the left back teeth, at night 
(third day),". — Awokfi toward midnight, with violent pain in the back 
teeth and left upper jaw, extending to the left meatus and left arm (fourth 
day),™. — [670.] Toothache in the two last upper back teeth of the left side, 
the whole day, and also waking me from sleep at night ; it was uncertain 
whether the pain was in the upper or lower jaw ; only the two upper teeth 
were painful to touch (fifth day),". — Drawings in the left back teeth and 
cheek-bones,'^ — Drawing pain in the left upper and lower back teeth (after 
ten minutes),'". — Drawing pain through the right upper back teeth and 
through the two middle lower incisors (sixth day),'". — Severe sticking in 
some hollow back teeth of the right side,". — Sticking pain in the left back 
teeth (ten minutes after 5 drops),". — Gum of left upper jaw and left half 
of hard palate red and swollen (fifth day),™. — Swelling of the gum above 
the left eye-tooth, which discharged blood when it burst,^^ — The gum-boil 
as large as a bean came to a head to-day, and discharged a thick yellow 
matter (sixth day),^". — Frequent bleeding of the gum during the forenoon,'^ 
— [680.] Gum of the left side of the upper jaw very sensitive to touch 
(fourth da'y),^". — Tongue. Tongue a little white (second day),*". — Tongue 
to-day is more white than yellow (sixth day),™. — Coated tongue," ; (third 
A&y)*\— White-coated tongue,"; (10 to 60 grains),"'""' '".—Tongue coated 
gr&Y,ro\xgh,^\—* Tongue coated j/e^fow (fourth day),™.— ^Tongue thickly 
■ coated yellow, with red margin, showing the imprint of the teeth (fifth day),™. 
— Furred tongue,*'. — *Slimy tongue,^. — [690.] * Dryness of the tongue, throat, 
and lips (second day),'". — Burning on the tongue giving place to a. sensa- 
tion as if one had taken vinegar, for a short time (after a quarter of an 
hour),'". — Stitches on the left side of the tip of the tongue (first day),". — 
, Tongue remained sensitive- for a long time after the proving,'*. — General 
Mouth. Vesicles here and there in the mouth and lips," — Dryness in 
the mouth,".— Dryness of the mouth and throat (second morning),''.— 


Dryness, with heat, in the mouth (first day),'". — Dryness of the mouth, 
with thirst, at 4 p.m.,". — Great dryness of the mouth, so that the tongue 
almost clings to the palate (after one hour and a half),". — [700.] Scratch- 
ing and burning in mouth, gullet, and stomach,". — Pain in the palate and 
gum, worse on every motion of the body (fifth day),^". — Saliva. Saliva 
tough and slimy,''. — Profuse aceimmlation of saliva,^*. — Actual ptyalism (in 
one prover),'"'. — Increased secretion of mucus and saliva,^l — Increased se- 
cretion of mucus in the hot mouth (20 to 50 drops),'". — Increased mucous 
or salivary secretion in mouth and fauces,*^ — Much mucus in the mouth 
(fourth day),'l — Mouth constantly full of stringy mucus (fifth day),™. — 
[710.] * Bitter water constantly collects in the mouth, on which account she was 
constantly obliged to expectorate (after three-quarters of an hour),'^ — Accu- 
mulation of water in the mouth,'""; (third and sixth days),^°; (immedi- 
ately),"; (after five minutes),^^; (after five days),'''". — Taste. Insipid taste 
(20 to 60 drops),'". — Sweetish taste in the throat (first day),'*. — Pasty taste 
in the mouth,"' ^'. — Flat taste in the mouth,'". — Nauseous, flat taste in the 
mouth, as after elder-flower tea; food, however, tasted natural,'. — Metallic, 
sour taste on the tongue (first day),'l — Sourish, or saltish, bitter taste,*'. — ■ 
Slight acid taste upon the tougue (third day),'l — [720.] *Bitter taste in 
the mouth., hat a natural twite while eating and drinking (after two hours),'. — 
Bitter taste in the mouth, with burning in the stomach (after five minutes),". 
— Somewhat bitter taste,''''. — Spirituous, bitter taste,*^ — Sweetish taste of 
blood in the morning,*^ — An offensive, sweetish taste of blood, with blood- 
streaked mucus in the throat,''^ — Evening, at dinner, all food tastes bad 
(third day),*". — Speech. Speaking is difficult (after three hours),'". 

Throat. — Objective. She rose in anxiety, and tore the clothing 
from her neck and chest (after seven hours),^''. — Twitching in the throat,'". 
— [730.] Bubbling or trembling motion in the anterior portion of the neck 
above the larynx, without pain, lasting several seconds, but returning every 
few minutes all day,'". — Increased secretion of mucus in the throat (third 
day),'l — Secretion of thin mucus in the throat (first day),'l — Thin secre- 
tion of mucus in the throat and nose,". — Hawking of lumps of mucus,". — 
Stiffness in the left side of the throat (fifth day),'". — Subjective. Dry- 
ness of the throat,""; (first night)," ; (ten minutes),''^ — Dryness in the 
throat and on the tongue,'^''. — Dryness of the throat and mouth,'*". — Dry- 
ness of the back part of the throat and of the palate (soon),". — [740.] 
Dryness of the throat, especially noticed on empty swallowing, disappearing 
after swallowing a few times, on waking from the midday nap of two hours 
(it usually lasted half an hour), (second day),". — Dryness in the throat, 
with sensation of dust in it,'"''. — Sensation of dryness in the throat on swal- 
lowing (fourteenth day),'". — Sensation as if a body rose in the throat, 
hurting her to swallow, and then went down again'^(first day),'". — Sensa- 
tion in the pit of the throat and behind the upper part of the sternum, as 
from dust, which cannot be removed by coughing,""". — Pain in the forepart 
of the throat, which extends up to the temples (after one hour and a 
half),". — Pain in the left side of the throat when swallowing (fifth day),'". ' 
^Warmth and burning from mouth to storaach,*l — Burning in the throat 
(immediately),"; (fourth day),"=. — Unpleasant burning in the throat (sec- 
ond day),'""=.— [750.] Itching-burning just below the pit of the throat, 
shortly before going to sleep (first day),'^. — Severe tension on and in the 
throat, j ad above the region of the larynx, as if it were constricted, only the 
pharynx was contracted (after half an hour),'. — Constriction of the throat 
(after five minutes),'". — Throat feels constricted (after ten minutes),". — 
Choking in the throat, in the region of the larynx,'". — * Choking in the 


throat, as after swallowing too large a morsel (after three hours),". — Choking 
sensation in the throat and larynx,™. — Choking sensation in the throat and 
trachea, aggravated by breathing, similar to that experienced after strong 
cigars or lager beer,''. — Pressure in the throat below the chin, as if it were 
compressed,". — Oppression of throat, as if compressed (first day),". — [760.] 
Sticking in the throat,". — Violent sticking in the throat, as from a fish- 
bone, lasting several days,*l — Sticking pain in the throat, in the region of 
the larynx (after ten minutes),^'. — Sticking pains in the throat, in the region 
of the larynx,''"'.- — ^Irritation in the throat, on waking in tlie morning (sev- 
enth day),*^ — Towards evening, slight irritation of the throat, and a little 
scraping in the larynx, which excites a few fits of coughing (third day),*'. — ■ 
Slight irritation of the throat, not felt during deglutition (second day),''^ — 
Roughness and dryness of the throat,". — Roughness and scraping in the 
throat succeeded the choking sensation,™. — Rawness of the throat, not no- 
ticed when swallowing, lasting a long time (after a quarter of an hour),". — 
[770.] Scraping in the throat (second day),'^. — Scraping in the throat, 
with accumulation of water in the mouth,''. — Scraping sensation in the 
throat,*^ — Sore throat, as from a cold (after one hour),*' ; (after three hours 
and a quarter),""*. — Sore throat, on waking in the morning (second day),*". — 
Sore throat worse than yesterday, without stoppage of the nose, and with 
a cough at long intervals (third day),". — Painful sensation in the throat, 
in the region of the larynx, as if sore, on swallowing food or drink, and 
even on empty swallowing,™. — Dull throbbing in the throat and top of the 
chest, followed by griping in the hypogastrium (at night, in bed, before 
going to sleep), (first day),*'. — TJvuUi and Tonsils. Affection of the 
throat in the morning; involuntary snoring (when awake); it seemed as 
if the uvula had fallen into the throat (third day),*'. — Slight stitches in 
the tonsils on empty swallowing (after half an hour),"'. — Fiiiices, Phar- 
ynx, and (Esophagus. [780.] Increase of mucus in fauces (5 to 15 
drops),*". — Dryness and sensation of constriction in the fauces, obliging her 
to swallow (after twenty minutes),^'. — Sensation as if cold air were stream- 
ing from the nose into the fauces, on inspiration (after twenty minutes),^*. — 
Pain in the fauces, as in catarrh (fifth day),". — The pain in the fauces 
is less noticed while swallowing, but worse when pressing the tongue against 
the left side of the palate while swallowing (fifth day),™. — Sensation in the 
pharynx as from a contractive cramp (soon after 20 drops),'*. — Feeling of 
burning in gullet (5 to 15 drops),*". — QEsophagus feels swollen and con- 
tracted, with bubbling, choking, and scraping sensation in it,™. — Swal- 
lowing. Difficult swallowing (after twenty minutes),''*. 

Stomach. — Appetite. Increase of appetite,'*; (first day),'l — [790.] 
Increased appetite morning and noon, lasting several weeks (secoud day),". 
— Appetite better and fresher than before the proving,'*. — Very unusual 
appetite, so that I ate almost a double portion, and drank some glasses of 
beer,'". — Hunger greater than usual before eating (after one hour and a 
half),*". — Great hunger, which could scarcely be satisfied (soon after 30 
drops),". — Unnatural sensation of hunger (after half an hour),^l — Milk 
was more grateful to her than ever before (after seven hours),". — Much 
desire for milk, followed by a comfortable feeling throughout the whole 
body; however much he took of it he felt no inconvenience, though it usually 
caused much flatulence (after thirty-six hours and a half),l — Longing for 
vinegar and other sour things; vinegar tastes less sour than usual (fourth 
day),''''.— Diminished appetite,''; (sixth day),"; (seventh day),*'.— [800.] 
Less appetite for breakfast than usual (second dsiy},''\— Little appetite (sec- 


ond day),*l — Loss of appetite,™ ; (after half an hour)," *'. — Loss of appe- 
tite the whole day (fourteenth day),'^''. — Complete loss of appetite,^'. — No 
appetite ; cooked food is especially distasteful (second day),^*. — No appetite 
for supper for six days (twelfth day),^^ — She was unable to take anything 
except water during the day till evening (second day),^l — At dinner, un- 
usual and very marked repugnance to cold things ; for this reason, although 
thirsty, she would not drink (after nine hours and a quarter),**. — Aversion 
to cheese (ninth to thirteenth days),^^— [810.] Disgust (70 to 140 drops),*'; 
(10 to 60 grains),^". — Disgust and nausea,^'. — Slight disgustj^l — Thirst. 
* T/tirsi (after three hours),^^; (first day),^". — Thirst, for half an hour in the 
evening (fourth day ),^*. — Some thirst (second day),". — Much thirst,*^ ; (fifth 
day),^°; (fourth day),^*" ; (sixth day),^^ — Great thirst for cold water, which 
constantly returns after being satisfied,^'. — Longing for acids (second morn- 
ing),^^ — [820.] Longing for wine (ninth to thirteenth days),'^ — Great de- 
sire for wine, which caused neither rush of blood to the head nor headache, 
as it usually did when taken in similar quantity (third day),'". — Dimin- 
ished thirst,'. — Aversion to coffee (fourteenth day),^l — JEfUCtations 
and Hiccough. * Eructations,'"^ *' '*". — Eructations always after taking,''^ 
— Eructations the whole day (first day),**. — Eructations continue until 
going to sleep (first day),'l — Eructations in the afternoon, at one time with 
heartburn, which soon disappeared,^"''. — Eructations twice in the night, so 
bitter that they made her .shiver, followed by continual bitter taste (second 
night), ^^ — [830.] Eructations, which affoi-d relief,''. — Eructations, relieving 
the nausea (second day),^l — Eructations, with heartburn,'"''. — Eructations 
and passage of flatus (after a short time),'^ — Eructations, with yawning,*^ 
— Many eructations, followed by chilliness (after one hour),'". — Frequent 
eructations until evening,^". — Frequent eructations, whereby the pains in 
the chest are relieved (fifth day),^*. — Eructations seldom,*^ — Empty eructa- 
tions,^ ; (after three-quarters of an hour)," *". — [840.] * Eructations of air,""; 
(after ten minutes),'"; (after a quarter of an hour),'^ ; (after twenty min- 
utes),". — Eructations of air the whole day (second day),^*. — Frequent eruc- 
tations of air,* ; (after half an hour and second day),'^ — Frequent eructa- 
tions of air, with relief of the pain in the stomach/'. — Violent eructations 
of air and passage of flatus (soon),'^ — Many eructations of wind (four- 
teenth day),^l — Sourish, or saltish-bitter, or bitter eructations,*'. — Eructa- 
tions tasting of the food, at 1 p.m.,".— Eructations tasting of the breakfast 
(after one hour and three-quarters),".— ^'rwctoiioiw tasting of junijyer ber- 
ries (after half an hour),".— [850.] Hiccough (after twenty minutes),".— 
Hiccough (after one hour and a half, and frequently),". — Heartburn. 
Heartburn, and great weariness,". — Heartburn; disappearing immediately 
after another dose of 3 dropa,^\—]Vausea and Vomitinq. ^Nausea,'"'; 
(soon),'* ; (fifth minute)," ; (tenth minute)," ; (first hour),'" ; (three-quarters 
of an hour),'"; (second day),'"'*"; (third day),".— Nausea, as if she must 
vomit (second day),".— Nausea, as if he would vomit ; relieved by eructa- 
tions,".— Nausea, as if she would faint (after three hours),''. — Nausea ris- 
ing up from the stomach (after half an hour),'".— Nausea rises from the 
stomach, together with slight griping, and warmth in the epigastric region 
(after three hours),".— [860.] Nausea rising up from the stomach, with 
slight griping and warmth in the epigastric region,".— Nausea on attempt- 
ing to eat some broth ; she was unable to swallow it (after three hours),'". 
—Nausea relieved by eructations,'*''; (tenth day),". — Nausea, as if she 
would vomit, relieved by eructations (after one hour),'".— Nausea, relieved 
after lying down in bed,"l— Nausea; with bad taste,'".— Nausea, with pasty 


taste,''. — Nausea, and much saliva (soon after 20 drops),". — Nausea, with 
loss of appetite (second day),''". — Nausea, with eructations (soon after tak- 
ing),".- — [870,] Nausea and qualmishness in the stomach disappearing after 
eructations (after three-quarters of an hour),''. — Nausea, with inclination 
to vomit (after two hours),'^ — Nausea and sensation of emptiness in the 
stomach, as in excessive hunger; was obliged to eat a piece of bread to 
quiet the nausea (soon),'". — Nausea, and sensation of fulness in the abdo- 
men (immediately),'*. — Some nausea rising from the stomach,". — Some 
nausea, and accumulation of water in the mouth,". — Great nausea, with 
increased warmth of the whole body (after a quarter of an hour),". — Great 
nausea immediately after 20 drops, followed after an hour by easy vomit- 
ing of tough mucus,'". — Qualmish nausea (from the external use),'. — Qualm- 
ishness, almost nausea, in the stomach (after half an hour),". — [880.] * T'om- 
iting,^^. — Vomiting of mucus, without relief of the headache; for an hour 
she thought she would die (after seven hours),^l — During a paroxysm of 
cough he vomited curdled milli, which he had never done before,^". — Vom- 
iting of potatoes eaten yesterday, with a sharp, sour taste, and scraping in 
the throat (second day),*". — Stomach, Objective. Distension of the 
epigastric region,'^ — Gurgling in the stomach, as though bubbles of air 
formed, burst, and aiforded relief (after one hour and a half),''^ — (Milk 
porridge, which usually did not digest easily, did her good to-day), (second 
day),". — Needs to eructate without being able to, accomplish it,'^. — Anxiety 
in the stomach,". — Hollow sensation in the stomach,". — [890.] Sensation 
of hollowness and emptiness in the stomach, similar to excessive hunger, 
with exhaustion, while walking,"*. — Warmth in the stomach (after three- 
quarters of an hour},". — Increased warmth in the stomach (after one hour 
and a quarter),". — Agreeable warmth in the pit of the stomach (after 
twenty minutes),^'. — The warmth of the stomach disappears and returns 
after three-quarters of anhour,". — Sensation of warmth in the stomach,"''^ 
— Sensation of coldness in the stomach (after half an hour),". — Sensation 
of coldness in the stomach, with some distension, as if cramp in the stomach 
would follow,""'. — Pain in the stomach,'". — Pain in the stomach, relieved 
by passing flatus (sixth day),'". — [900.] Pain in the stomach, with sensa- 
tion of distension,""". — Pain in the stomach, with eructations (fourth day ),'*"=. 
— Pain in the stomach, lasting an hour, with eructations of air, relieved by 
lying upon the left side, with the legs drawn up (fifth day),". — Pain in the 
pit of the stomach,". — Pain in the pit of the stomach, and, opposite in the 
back,""' — Violent pain in the pit of the stomach, as if the stomach were 
constricted, in bed,". — -Great sensitiveness to smoking, to which I had been 
accustomed ; it produced the tobacco cardialgia, which I had not had for 
several years, and then only when chewing tobacco ; this cardialgia in- 
creased so much through the night that it awoke me from sleep, with burn- 
ing pain and acidity rising from the stomach ; this lasted two weeks,". — 
Burning in the stomach, with eructations (soon after taking),". — Tensive 
pain in the pit of the stomach, on deep inspiration (after five minutes),'*. — 
Contractive sensation below the epigastric region (after one hour and three- 
quarters),". — [910.] Contractive sensation in the stomach, with qualmish- 
ness (after one hour),". — Oramplike pain in the epigastric region, on lying 
down (after ten minutes),^*. — Spasmodic pain in the pit of the stomacli,". 
— Spasmodic pain in the right side of the pit of the stomach,". — Digging 
pain in the stomach,". — Digging pain in the epigastric region, continuing 
until after eating,'*. — Peculiar sensation in the stomach, as of gnawing or 
digging, relieved after eating (first day),".— Pressure on stomach,'' " ^' ; 

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(after one hour),^". — Pressure in the stomach, lasting several hours, in- 
creased by external pressure (after three hours),". — Pressure in the stomach, 
as from a dull body, increased by external pressure (soon after 20 drops),". 
— [920.] Pressure in the stomach, with nausea,^'. — Pressure in the stomach, 
with nausea, relieved by eructations,'**. — Pressure in the stomach, with ac- 
cumulation of gas in it (second day),^^ — Pressure in the stomach, alternat- 
ing with pain, extending to the nape of the neck, forehead, and temples,^'. 
— Paroxysmal pressure in the stomach, lasting several hours (two hours 
after 20 drops),". — Pressure in front of the stomach,'''^ ''"'. — Pressure in the 
pit of the stomach (after ten hours),^l — Pressure in the pit of the stomach, 
with oppression of the chest and difficult breathing, toward evening (eighth 
day),". — Oppressive pressure in the pit of the stomach," — Pinching pres- 
sive pain in and below the pit of the stomach, increased by touch (after 
three hours),^ — [930.] Drinking water causes heaviness and pressure at 
the stomach,'". — Pressive pain in the epigastric region,'". — Pressive pain in 
the stomach, relieved by eructations of air, lasting an hour (sixth day)," 
— Oppression of stomach (10 to 60 grains),"". — Oppression of the stomach ; 
this oppressed sensation extended up into the chest as far as the clavicle 
(first day),". — Oppression and anxiety in the stomach (immediately),^''. — Op- 
pression of the stomach, with eructations, which relieved the oppression 
(after ten minutes),". — Oppression of the stomach and nausea also, relieved 
by eructations (after four hours),'\ — Oppressive pain in the upper part of 
the epigastic region,". — Cutting in the stomach (after a quarter of an 
hour),". — [940.] Cutting in the stomach, while yawning, at 1 p.m.,^'.— Vio- 
lent cutting in the epigastric and umbilical region, aggravated by pressure, 
lasting two hours (second day after 50 drops),". — ^Sticking in the right side 
of the stomach (after one hour and three-quarters),". — Stitches in the epi- 
gastric region,''. — Stitches in the pit of the stomach, then in the back, then 
in the right, then in the left cheek,*l — A sharp stitch in the left side near 
the pit of the stomach, in the afternoon while writing, during inspiration, 
and on making the body erect (first day),". — *A sharp painful stitch in the 
pit of the stomach, which extends through the body to the back, at 5.30 
P.M.,". — Severe stitch in the pit of the stomach,". — Twinging, now in the 
right, now in the left epigastric region, then tension in it (half an hour 
after dinner),".— Cramplike throbbing in the pit of the stomach, which 
caused anxious respiration (after five hours),*. 

Abdomen — Ht/iiochondvia. [950.] *Painthrongh the hypochon- 
dria, and in the right scapula (after five minutes),".— *&/!«e of distension 
in the right hypochondrium,'"'^.— Ball stitches through the left hypochon- 
drium (after one hour), (second day),",— Stitch in the left hypochondrium 
(after five minutes),'l— *4 kind of numbness of the muscles in the hepatic 
region, and in the whole right side of the neck, face, and head (fourth day),*^. 
— *Pain in the hepatic region, which soon extended downward and across 
the umbilical region through the intestines; it felt as though the abdomen were 
constricted by a string {aitei half an hour),''-.—* Pressive pain in the hepatic 
region, in the margin of the ribs; pressure of the clothes causes severe pain 
in these places, in the afternoon (fourteenth day),'^^ — * Hepatic region 
slightly painful on pressure (sewenth day ),''^—* Pain,? ;,), the region of the 

liver and spfeew,""'. — *Stitches in the region of the livei;". [960.] Pressive 

pain in the liver, about an inch from the pit of the stomach,'*''. — Stitches 
in the liver at 10 p.m.,".— Burning on the left side below the ribs, on a 
level with the pit of the stomach,'.— Burning pain in the abdomen, just 
below the short ribs of the left side (after fourteen hours),'. — Pressive pain 


between the ribs and hip of the left side (after ten minutes),". — Uinhili- 
cnl. Painful collection of wind in the umbilical region, relieved by slimy 
diarrhcea, which lasted three days," — Pain in the intestines, in the umbili- 
cal region,'^ — Spasmodic constriction of the umbilical region,'". — Dull 
pinching in the umbilical region, followed by some flatulence (after one 
hour),*. — * Griping in the umbilical region, then cutting in the abdomen and 
across the right lumbar region, extending to the back (after five hours),'''. — 
[970.] Griping in the umbilical region, then cutting in the abdomen and 
across the right lumbar region (after five hours),". — Violent pressing spas- 
modic pain in the umbilical region, lasting only a second, but frequently 
returning,''. — Twinging about the umbilical region, and tension or contrac- 
tion about the stomach (after one hour and a quarter), '^ — Pain in the left 
side of the abdomen near the umbilicus (after five minutes),'". — *Pain in 
intestines above umbilicus, loith sensation of constriction transversely (after ten 
minutes),'^'. — Pain above the umbilicus, as if the abdomen were constricted by 
a string, lasting a quarter of an hour, followed by griping in the intestines, 
and by six watery stools in an hour and a half (after two hours),''". — Burn- 
ing in the left side of the intestines near the umbilicus, also in the left 
hypochondrium (after half an hour),'°. — Burning pain around the umbili- 
cus, in the intestines, speedily passing off (after fifteen minutes),'*. — *Pains 
transversely across the umbilicus, as if the abdomeii were constricted by 
a string, in the afternoon till six (third day),'^'^ — ^Sensation of constriction 
transversely across above the umbilicus (third day),^l — [980.] * The umbilicus 
is spamnodically draion inivard, accompanied by transient nausea (after six 
hours and a half ),l— Pressive pain and burning between the pit of the 
stomach and umbilicus, and in the sternum (after a quarter of an hour),^°. 
— Pains about the navel,^'. — Violent pain about the navel from 3 to 4 p.m. 
(third day),''^ — Pain above the navel, somewhat to the left side," — Draw- 
ing pain about the navel (fourth day),'". — Painful pressure just above the 
navel,'. — Pressive pain just above the navel, extending up to the left side 
of the chest,'l — Cutting in the intestines about the navel,". — Cutting in 
the intestines just above the navel (first day),'^ — [990.] Transient, violent 
sticking pain in the abdomen just above the navel,'*. — Violent dull stitches 
below the navel, so that he was obliged to bend double, lasting one minute, 
and afterwards again while standing (after half an hour),". — Spasmodic 
colic between the navel and pit of the stomach (soon),'". — General 
Abdomeii. Fulness in abdomen (70 to 140 drops),*". — ^Distended abdo- 
men,^''*''. — Abdomen distended by gas,""". — Distension and discomfort in the 
abdomen in spite of many eructations (seveiith day),'l — -Ahdmnen tense 
and hard, without pain when touched,'^ — Increased peristaltic motion of 
bowels,"'. — Trembling in the abdomen and passage of flatus,'^ — [1000.] 
Trembling in the abdomen and some diarrhoea,'". — Contraction of the ab- 
dominal muscles, with pain about the navel,". — Movings in the abdomen 
after a stool, with a sensation as of a foul stomach,'^ — Continual moving 
about and twinging, now here, now there, in the intestines, at 1-g- p.m.,".^ — ■ 
Eumbling in the abdomen (after five minutes),'" ; (10 to 60 grains),™. — 
Eumbling in the abdomen, with some distension, "'^ — Rumbling in the ab- 
domen, with some colic,'". — Rumbling in the abdomen above the navel,, 
passing downward, before and after the diarrhoea,'^ — Much rumbling in 
the abdomen (one hour after 30 drops),". — Dull rumbling in the abdomen 
(after one hour and a half),". — [1010.] Eumbling in the intestines (soon 
after 20 drops)'" ; (after ten minutes),'". — Constant gurgling and rumbling 
in the abdomen,'. — Passage of flatulence,'" ^'. — Passage of much flatulence,. 


■without relief,". — Passage of large quantities of flatulence/ *' ; (first day)/'; 
(sixth day)/l — Frequent passage of flatulence/". — Discharge of flatus 
from bowels (10 to 60 grains)/". — Passage of much flatus, in the evening,"'. 
— Passage of much flatus while in bed (first night),^'. — Passage of much 
wind with the usual stool in the morning (second day),". — [1020.] Sensa- 
tion of heaviness in the abdomen (after ten minutes),". — Discomfort in the 
abdomen (sixth day),^l — Great discomfort in the abdomen, with colic, re- 
lieved by a glass of wine (seventh day),'".— Pains in the abdomen,'". — 
Pain in the abdomen, with sensation of distensionj^'X — Pains in the left 
side of the walls of the abdomen, which were increased by drawing the 
abdomen together (second evening),'"'^ — Pain in the intestines and epigas- 
tric region,'*. — Pain in the intestines, extending up to the chest, lasting two 
hours,'". — Burning in the intestines about the umbilicus (ten minutes after 
6 drops),". — Tension across the upper portion of the abdomen,'. — [1030.] 
Contractive pain in the abdomen with every cough,*l — Sensation of twist- 
ing and motion in the abdomen above the navel, as if an animal were 
wriggling about in the intestines (third day),". — Griping in the intestines, 
as is sometimes felt before stool (tenth day).". — Griping and rumbling in 
the intestines,'^ — Griping in the intestines above the navel (soon),". — Fre- 
quent griping in the intestines, with frequent passage of flatus (first night),"*. 
— Digging in the intestines, with some nausea,"". — Drawing pain through 
the abdomen (seventh day),'". — Drawing pains in the walls of the abdo- 
men, in the evening (tenth and eleventh days),'". — Pressure in the abdomen 
and urging to stool, without diarrhoea,'*. — [1040,] Pressure, with coldness, 
in the abdomen, in spite of warm coverings, in the afternoon (second day),'". 
— Cutting in the abdomen, so that she was doubled together, in the even- 
ing (after ten hours),". — Sudden cuttings in the abdomen, immediately fol- 
lowed by soft and diarrhoea-like stool (after one hour),". — Cutting pain 
through the upper abdomen (tenth day),". — Cutting in the intestines (third 
day),". — * Constant cutting in the intestines, immediately after eating, which, 
however, he relishedj^. — Jerklike cutting in the intestines, as with knives ; he 
was obliged to go to stool, which was soft and gave no relief,'". — Sticking 
pain through the abdomen (after one hour and a half),'". — Twinging and 
moving about the whole abdomen ; on the left side the pain extends into 
the prsecordial region, where it becomes a sticking (after one hour and a 
half)/'. — It seemed to her as though all the intestines were torn out of the 
body, on which account she lost her senses (after seven hours),"". — [1050.] 
Colic/ '". — Colic in the intestines,"". — Transient cutting colic,'*. — Hypo- 
gastriiim and Iliac Retf ions. '-^Constrictive sensation in the hypo- 
gastrium, just before the passage of turbid «c/ne (eighteenth day),"\ — Aching 
deep in the hypogastrium,*'. — Drawing pain through the lower abdomen 
(tenth day),". — Twinging in the lower abdomen below the navel, with 
diminution of the great warmth of the body, at 5.30 p.m.,". — Sensation of 
warmth in the intestines below the navel (after half an hour),'". — * Cramp- 
like pain just above the pubis, with frequent urging to urinate, in. the afternoon 
(third day),"". — Pressure in the abdomen just above the pubis (seventh 
day),'". — [1060.] Unpleasant pressive pain deep in, above the pubis, in the 
evening,'*. — Tension and pressure in the ilium (seventh day),'". — Tension 
in the abdomen, on both sides alike, in the iliac fossae (after four hours),**. 
— Pressure and tension in the ilium (tenth and eleventh days),". — Spas- 
modic drawing pains from above downwai-d in the iliac and inguinal re- 
gions, extenditig into the pelvic region (, fourteenth day),"*. — Pressure behind 
.the crest of the ilium, more upon the left than the right side,'"". — Pres- 


sure in the left iliac region (first day),™. — Pain in the inguinal region which 
prevents walking (after half an hour),^''. — Pains in the inguinal region 
■which prevent walking, at 4 p.M.,''l — Pinching pain in the left inguinal 
region (after nine hours),*. — [1070.] Drawing spasmodic pains in the in- 
guinal region prevent walking; the right leg can be raised only with difB- 
culty on account of these pains (fifteenth day),^^ — Drawing, dragging pain 
in the inguinal region (tenth day),". — Spasmodic drawing in the inguinal 
region (third day),". — * Tensive npasmodw draiuing pain in both inguinal re- 
gions, extending from the iqyper and outer portion downward and inward 
(eighth day),'^*. 

Rectum and Anns, — Mectum. Discomfort in the rectum, as if 
he had taken a purge, followed by an evacuation (soon),^^ — Sensation as 
if the rectum were protruding, with spasmodic constriction of the anus and 
rectum, lasting the whole day (second day),^^ — *Burning and cutting in 
the rectum, with constriction of the anus, alternating with itching in the anus 
(third day),'^". — Drawing towards the rectum (after one hour and a half),'\ 
— Frequent dragging, followed by hard stool, with pressure; he had already 
had the natural stool in the morning before taking the drug (after three- 
quarters of an hour),". — Periodic dragging and pressure upon the rectum, 
as if she must go to stool, without result, in the afternoon (third day),". — 
[1080.] Pressure on the rectum ; urging to stool (at an unusual hour); at 
the same time great appetite (after one hour),*". — * Crawling and itching in 
the rectum,^''. — Painful crawling in the rectum,". — Itching in the rectum,^^ 
—^Severe itching in the rectum,^^. — Anus. Mucous discharge from the 
anus (fourth day),^". — Pain in the anus and perineum, transient,""'. — *Stools 
cause pains in the anus (second day),'"'. — The pains in the anus are relieved 
by standing bent over (third day),^". — The anus feels swollen during, and 
sore after the stool (sixth day),™. — [1090.] Spasmodic constriction of the 
anus after every stool (after two hours), ^°. — * With the stool a sensation as if 
the anus were contracted, and with difficulty alloived the stool to pass (third 
day),^''. — Drawings in the anus at 9 P.M.,''^ — Sticking in the anus and left 
thigh,^^ — Stitches in the anus, lasting half a day,™"". — She is unable to lie 
upon the back or to sit, on account of sore pain in the anus (third day),^". — 
Crawling in the anus, and after five minutes in the forehead,". — Itching 
in the anus,'" '* ; (after ten minutes),'^ ; (a quarter of an hour),'^ ; (second 
day),". — Itching in the anus, lasting several days (had sometimes been 
noticed before), (second day),^^ — Itching in the anus and rectum (nine- 
teenth day),^. — [1100.] Obstinate, tormenting itching in the anus and 
rectum for more than two weeks,".t — JPerineum. Crawling in the peri- 
neum, also in the glans penis; it then goes to the toes and to the tip of 
the nose, and afterwards to the perineum,". — Almost uninterrupted itching 
in the perineum,". — JJrf/ilig. Urging in the rectum (soon),^l — Urging to 
stool (after 20 drops),^". — Urging to stool, without diarrhoea,^". — Urging to 
stool, immediately after rising,""". — Urging to stool, with griping in the in- 
testines and constriction in the rectum, every half hour the whole forenoon, 
without any evacuation, which follows perfectly normal in the evening 
(fourth day),-^ — Urging to stool, followed by three watery stools in quick 
succession, followed by relief of the colic in the evening (first day),'\ — 
Constant, painful, ineffectual urging to stool (fifth day),^". 

Stool, — Diarrhoea, [1110,] Increased evacuation of bowels,". — ^Di- 
arrhoea,'". — Diarrhoea, without pain ; the rumbling continues,'^ — Diarrhoea 
several times (fourth day),'^^. — Three diarrhoea-like stools every night,\ — 

I 1 had never suffered from this before. 


Diarrhoea four times a day/^ — Diarrhcea five times in one afternoon,". — 
*Slimy diarrhoea,^. — Several thin fluid stools daily, for several days (after 
second day),^l — Several thin stools in quick succession, of the natural color, 
at 8 A.M. (third day),". — [1120.] Several small slenderly-formed stools in 
the course of the day, preceded and not followed by slight griping (second 
day),*°. — Profuse watery whitish stools, with nausea during the night, and 
two more stools in the morning,^"\ — Stool the second time after dinner, 
quite unusual,". — *A second dark yellow stool in the evening (second day),'*. 
— The second stool soft and of a light color (third day),'l — Two stools in 
quick succession (after one hour),". — Two stools within two hours (after 24 
drops),'*. — Two, insufficient, thin stools in the course of the day (fourth 
day),*^. — Two, light-colored, ribbon-shaped stools, without colic, and at 
unusual hours (third day),''^. — Two pasty stools (first day),^*. — [1130.] Two 
thin pasty stools,'''*. — Stool softer than usual in the morning ; in the after- 
noon soft stool, with urging, followed by moderate cutting in the anus (after 
100 drops),". — Three thin stools (fifth day),''".— Three pasty stools, with 
mucus, during the day,'^ — Three pasty stools,". — Three thin pasty stools 
(first day),'*. — Three thin, pasty stools in half an hour, preceded by griping 
in the intestines (second morning),''^ — Three thick, pasty stools during the 
forenoon (after 15 drops),'". — *Three, joas^y, light-gray stools, at 10 p.m.,". — 
*Tliin, pasty, bright-yellow stools (three times within an hour), (third day, 
morning), ''^ — [1140.] Three watery stools within an hour after 25 drops,'^ 
— Four, thin, yellow, raucous stools, with some blood at the close, in four 
hours, from 7 to 11 p.m. (after 15 drops),'^ — Four pasty stools, with some 
pain in the intestines within half an hour, in the afternoon (third day),". 
— Thin stool four to six times in succession,^^. — *A copious, liquid, bright- 
yellow stool, with much mucus, without pain, on rising (second day, 100 
drops),". — Stools darker colored (70 to 100 grains),*". — Stool brown and 
watery,'". — Stool light red, painful,". — Stool whitish red,". — Stool lighter 
colored than usual (second day)," '". — [1150.] Stool lighter colored than 
usual (sixth day),'l — Stool at first rather hard, afterwards easier to pass 
and without pain,'". — Stool soft, light-colored (teuth day),'^ — Soft, greenish 
stool, together with cutting pain in the rectum (six hours after 150 
drops),". — Pasty, dark-brown stool, at 8 a.m. (eighth ' day),^". — *Pasty, 
bright-yellow stool,''' ; (sixth day),'".— Pasty stool, followed by pinching 
pain in the abdomen, which extended to the back and up to the chest, 
and disappeared after the passage of offensive flatus,'^ — Stool thinner 
than usual (second day),'l — Thin stools (three minutes after 15 drops),'^ 
— Stool thin, pasty, bright-yellow, as in young children (fifth day),". — 
[1160.] Thin, watery, dark-yellow stool (second day),''^ — About noon, semi- 
liquid stool (second day),*".— "Watery stool,*". — Stool mixed with some blood 
(after two hours),". — Some blood follows the stool (fifth day),'". — Consti- 
pation. Diminished evacuation of bowels (in one proverV'- — An insig- 
nificant stool, with much itching in the anus (seventh day),'". — Hard, very 
much-delayed stool (second day),". — Hard stool, with great pain (third 
day),"". — A hard stool, with pressure, in the evening of the third day, the 
first time since taking the drug,'".— [1170.] Stool hard, nodular, difficult to 
pass, with smarting pain in the anus,'". — Stool whitish-red instead of the 
usual grayish-brown, harder than usual,". — Stool very hard and dark 
brown,*". — Stool very difficult, with pains in the rectum (fourth day),"*. — 
Ketarded evacuations,"". — Stool delayed and scanty (second day),'". — The 
stool, which was usually regular in the night, occurred the next morning, 
color whiter than usual (second morning),"". — Constipation,'". — Constipation 
in spite of urging to stool, for two days,".— Constipation ; the stool passed 


in small hard lumps like sheep-duDg (for two days in succession),^ — [1180,] 
Omission of the usual stool (fifth day),™. — -No stool (first day),'" ; (fourth 
day)," ^' ; (sixteenth day),*^- 

Ufinary Organs.— Bladder and Kidneys. Pain in the kid- 
neys, so that she could not lie upon the back ; she was also frequently 
obliged to change from lying upon the side, and experienced the most relief 
when lying upon the stomach (second day),^'. — Dull pain, at times pulsa- 
tive, in the kidneys (after three-quarters of an hour),'". — ^Spasmodic pain 
in the right kidney and in the liver, the whole day ; worse from 4 to 9 p.m., 
with sweat on the forehead and hands (sixth day),^^ — Stitch in left kidney, 
on taking a deep breath (after five minutes),". — Dull pain, with dragging, 
deep in the bladder (three-quarters of an hour after 20 drops),". — *I)rag- 
ging pain in the Madder, with spasmodic trembling pains in the inguinal re- 
gion; after relief of these pains oppression of the chest (second day),". — 
Pressure on the bladder (fifth day),^''\ — Pressure upon the bladder and fre- 
quent urination (second day),''l — [1190.] Pressure on the bladder, with 
frequent scanty micturition,".- — Sticking in the region of the bladder, with 
frequent urging to urinate,*l — TJi'ethra. Discharge of a drop of fluid 
from the urethra (half an hour after three drops),". — [Gonorrhflea],".t — 
Pain while urinating, afterward pains in the urethra and drawings in the 
left testicle,'°.t — Burning in the urethra,'^ *'. — Burning in the urethra near 
the glans (after one hour),'". — Burning in the urethra, immediately before 
the passage of urine,' '. — Burning in the urethra on urinating,''" ". — Burn- 
ing in the orifice of the urethra, lasting a quarter of an hour (half an hour 
after three drops),". — [1200.] Cutting pain in the urethra, on urinating, 
and continuing after urinating (fourth day),^*. — Unpleasant cutting in the 
urethra during and after urinating,'*. — Sticking in the urethra, especially 
towards the end (one hour after 30 drops),'*. — Sticking and cutting in the 
urethra, while urinating and on motion of the body,'. — Sticking in the tip 
of the urethra (after 150 drops),'*. — Stitches in the meatus urinarius,'l — 
Urging to urinate (after one hour),*-. — Urging to urinate, continuing two 
hours (half an hour after 30 drops),'*. — Urging to urinate throughout the 
whole day, with scanty passage (after two hours),".' — ^Urging to urinate twice 
in half an hour, with cramplike pain in the urethra (in half an hour),^^ — 
[1210.] Urging to urinate, and micturition each time, thrice during three- 
quarters of an hour (after half an hour),". — Urging and pressing to uri- 
nate, with groaning and holding the breath, five times during the day (sec- 
ond day),^^ — Frequent urging to urinate,*^ ; (after twenty minutes),^' ; (fifth 
day),'*''; (third day),'*. — Frequent urging to urinate, which often passed off 
without a discharge (twelfth day),'^ — Frequent urging to urinate, with 
burning on urinating (first evening),™. — Frequent urging to urinate, always 
with urinating (after three hours), ''^ — Unusual urging to urinate and uri- 
nating (after half an hour),'^ — Constant desire to urinate (after one hour),'". 
— Continual urging to urinate, with cutting in the urethra; this urging 
continues for two or three hours, even after urinating (second hour after 20 
drops),'*. — Sudden urging to urinate, twice in quick succession (after a 
quarter of an hour),^''. — [1220.] Sudden, severe urging to urinate (after 

f This is the return of a suppressed gonorrhoea, occurring while Chelidonium 
was being given for the swollen testicle which had resulted. — Hughes. 

X This symptom induced him to discontinue the proving, because formerly he 
had sufTered from hydrocele in consequence of a blow on the left side, in which he 
had sensations similar to these, and so feared that the trouble would return ; after 
stopping the proving the symptoms soon disappeared. 


half an honr:),^\—31icturitiou . Frequent urination all day ,''^^— Fre- 
quent call to micturate, with increased secretion of a clear, pale urine,*'. — 
Urinating twice in rapid succession, with great urging (after half an hour),^. 
• — Urinating three times in a quarter of an hour,^l — Passage of urine five 
times within an hour and a half,^''. — She was obliged to urinate six times 
in succession, with scanty discharge every time (after two hours),^'. — He is 
obliged to urinate ten or twelve times during the day, and two or three 
times during the night, and every time a great deal (after twenty-four 
hours),\ — Urine increased (70 to 100 grains),*". — Amount of urine appar- 
ently increased (second morning),'^ — [1230.] Urine and faeces somewhat 
increased (5 to 15 drops),". — An unusual amount of pale urine (after one 
hour),".— Urine profuse on account of having drunk much water (fifth 
day),™. — Very profuse discharge of yellow, foaming urine, as after drinking 
beer (after ten minutes),'"'. — Remarhahly profuse discharge of whitish, foam- 
ing urine (after a quarter of an hour and three hours and a quarter),*^. — • 
Urine at one time increased, at another diminished,*'. — A more vigorous 
stream of urine than usual (fourth day),'^ — Dribbling of urine,'"''. — No 
urine from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; very unusual ,''1 — Renewed discharge of foam- 
ing urine (after four hours),*". — [1240.] Urine darker colored,*' *l — Urine 
red, of a sharp sour smell,*^. — * Urine red and turhid, immediately after 
passing,^''. — Reddish urine (from the external use),'. — Urine reddish; becom- 
ing turbid after a quarter of an hour ; depositing after two hours a reddish, 
flocculent sediment; the urine standing till evening had not yet become 
clear (fifteenth day),®. — *Urine dark-yellow, clear, in the morning (eigh- 
teenth day),'^*. — ^* Urine lemon-yelloiv, turhid (second and third days),''*. — - 
Urine very pale, scanty, seldom (second day),'^ — Urine the second time 
very pale; an unusual amount; after urinating twinging in the lower abdo- 
men, at 6 P.M.,'l — Acrid, sour smell to the urine (fifth day),'^"". — ^[1250,] 
Urine of a resinous odor (in two provers),"' *^ — Urine turbid when passed 
in the morning (second day), 'I — *Urine turbid on passing it, dark brown- 
ish-red, like brown beer, frothing at the edges of the vessel, in the after- 
noon (eigliteenth day),-''. — * Urine turhid and lemon-yellow, immediately after 
passing {fi\g\xi\i day),". — *Naphin colored reddish-brown by the urine; it 
became still darker after it was dried (third day),'l — '''Urine stains the 
diaper dark-yellow (second day),^". — Urine deposits a slightly grayish- 
yellow flocculent sediment ; the vessel is covered with reddish-yellow crys- 
tals of uric acid (from the urine of yesterday stauding over night) ; the urine 
passed this morning is turbid like that of yesterday ; towards noon it also 
deposits a grayish-yellow sediment with crystals of uric acid ; the urine 
passed shortly before dinner is less turbid ; that passed in the afternoon is 
clear (ninth day),'*. 

Seocual Organs. — Male. Pains of short duration in the genitals,™". 
— Frequent erections, even during the day (second day),™. — Frequent un- 
usual erections (fourth day),™. — [1260.] Pain in the penis and testicles 
rafter two hours),"^''. — Pressure and dragging towards the root of the penis 
(one hour after 30 drops),'*. — Painful sensation in the. glans penis (after 
one hour),'"'. — Painful and anxious sensation in the glans, similar to that 
experienced after a violent erection (half an hour after taking 3 drops),". 
— Pain, as from pinching, in a small spot on the right side of the glans 
penis,"". — Pressure in the lower portion of the glans and at the orifice of 
the urethra (second day),". — Stitches in the glans penis and in the right 
great toe,". — Redness, heat, and swelling of the scrotum,^l — Redness and 
heat of the scrotum ; here and there on both sides elevation of the epider- 


mis by yellowish, fluid-like, flat blisters, from the size of the head of a pin 
to that of a small beau, painful to touch (secoud day),^l — [1270.] Draw- 
ing pain along the spermatic cord (after four hours),^". — Drawing in the 
spermatic cord and testicles (seventh day),^°. — Some pain in the right tes- 
ticle (fifth day),". — Drawing in the right testicle,'". — Drawing in the right 
testicle, the whole day,'\ — Drawing from the left testicle, extending up to 
the hip (after three hours),'^ — Drawings in the left testicle, with pain in 
it,''l — Drawing pain in the testicles and spermatic cord (seventh day),'". — 
Drawing, pressive, tensive pain in the testicles and spermatic cord (eightli 
day),". — Female. Slimy discharge from the vagina the whole day, col- 
oring the linen yellow (first day),^*. — [1280.] Leucorrhcea imperceptibly 
follows menstruation ; discharge tenacious, slimy, whitish, coloring the linen 
yellow (thirteen years before, previous to her marriage, she had sometimes 
suffered from it), (twelfth day),''". — Leucorrhcea ceases on the fourteenth 
day,''^ — Profuse leucorrhcea the whole day (thirteenth day),'''*. — Violent 
burning in the vagina for a long time,*". — Menstruation two days too early 
and more profuse than usual,"'. — Menstruation more profuse than usual,''^ 
— Menstruation very profuse (ninth day), continually increasing for three 
days ; about four days too late, with pains, lasting seven days,". 

Respiratory Organs. — Larynx, Trachea, and BroncJii. 
Burning pain in the larynx (fifth day),"'*^. — Sensation of swelling in the 
larynx, lasting two hours (after ten niinutes),'^ — Sensation of swelling of 
the larynx, with oppression of the larynx and air-passages (after ten min- 
utes),'".' — [1290.] Sensation as if the larynx were swollen, especially on the 
right side (third day),"". — Feeling as if the throat in the region of the 
larynx were swollen, and as if the swelling hindered breathing (first day),"*. 
• — Sensation as if the larynx and trachea were contracted by a swelling, 
with tickling in the larynx, and short dry cough after waking (first night),'". 
— Pressure in the larynx (after half an hour),'". — Pressure upon the larynx, 
as if it would be constricted,"'. — Pressure in the region of the larynx, to- 
ward evening (first day),"*. — Sensation as if the larynx were pressed from 
without against the oesophagus, on which account swallowing was impeded, but 
not breathing- (after five minutes),". — Severe sticking in the larynx, with 
contractive sensation (after 100 drops),". — Stitches through the larynx in 
quick succession, extending outward and inward into the throat (after ten 
minutes),"". — Pain in the cartilage of the larynx, with sensation as if the 
throat were swollen externally in the region of the larynx,"". — [1300.] Cu- 
rious spasmodic movements in the glottis, without cough, before going to 
sleep (first day),*". — Feeling of dust in the trachea and behind the sternum, 
which cannot be removed by coughing,"'^ — Bronchial catarrh returned in 
the evening (fourth proving),"""". — Sensation of heat in the bronchi (after a 
quarter of an hour),'". — Irritation to cough, in very short paroxysms (after 
five minutes),'". — The irritation to cough became very severe in the even- 
ing, so as to cause lachrymation (fourth day),*'.' — Irritation to cough, with ■ 
dry cough, which relieves the spasmodic attacks (after 100 drops),'*. — 
Voice. Hoarseness, in the morning,"''''. — ^Some hoarseness,^"'. — Frequent 
hoarseness, with a dry cough, with expectoration of lumps of mucus,*".— 
Covigh and Mxpectoratlon. [1310.] * Cough, with painful contrac- 
tion of the whole abdomen with every cough," . — Gough,from constant tickling 
in the larynx (first day),*'. — Cough, caused by irritation in the larynx,"". — 
* Cough after waking and on rising, with sensation of dust under the sier- 
M^im,"''^— Cough, with some expectoration of mucus (fifth day),"*=. — *Much 
cough, especially in morning ; cough racking, as in consumption, with much 


expectoration coming from deep in lungs; the cough could not he prevented by 
changing the position after waking, since the rattling in the chest increased ; 
expectoration in large quantities, difficult to loosen ; during the first days the 
paroxysms of cough, with pain behind sternum,^ occurred especially at night,^^^. 
— * Violent and somewhat spasinodic cough, as in incipient hooping-cough,". — 
^Paroxysms of coughing^^. — Paroxysm of coughing, without expectoration 
and without previous irritation (after five minutes)/^ — Paroxysm of cough- 
ing, towards evening,^''''. — [1320.] Frequent paroxysms of cough,*^ ; (first 
day),'*. — Violent paroxysm of coughing, without expectoration," — Short 
paroxysms of cough," ; (first day),". — Slight paroxysms of cough, at long 
intervals, more indoors than in the open air, with spasm of the glottis dur- 
ing expiration (second day)/l — Hollow cough at long intervals (seventh 
day),*l — Short cough (second day),'". — Awakened by short cough (first 
night),^l — She was frequently awakened from sleep by a short cough, with 
pains in the back and violent itching in the occiput (second uight),^l — Con- 
stant short cough, in two paroxysms in quick succession,^^ — Dry cough, at 
long intervals (third day),*l — [1330.] Frequent dry cough (fifth and four- 
teenth days),'". — Frequent, short, dry coughs (after nine hours),". — Fre- 
quent, short, dry cough, caused by irritation in the larynx (after three 
hours),". — Frequent attacks of short dry cough (third day),^°. — ^Paroxysm 
of dry cough at 4 p.m.,''"'. — Paroxysm of coughing, without expectoration 
and without provocation (after a quarter of an hour),'^ — Expectoration of 
mucus (ninth day),'l — Mespiration. Hot breath; mouth and lips very 
dry (after ten minutes),^\ — Loud snoring, rapid, whistling respiration dur- 
ing sleep, on account of which I was awakened by my wife; I had just 
been dreaming that I was in a dissecting-room with a corpse, which sprang 
from the table and seized my throat with the hands (first night),". — Rapid 
breathing, with eructations five times, after which breathing became more 
quiet,^^ — [1340.] Necessity for breathing deeply, lasting five minutes (after 
two hours),'''. — Shortness of breath," ; (second" day),'°. — ^Shortness of breath 
and oppression, as if the chest were constricted and. she could not get her breath 
through (first day),™. — *Short and difficult respiration, ivith oppression and 
anxiety in the chest (after ten minutes),''^ — She was obliged to take short 
and rapid respirations, for only thus could the pains in the chest and back 
be endured (second morning),'^ — Respiration short and rapid during the 
fever (after three hours),'■'^ — Breathing obstructed, as by a foreign body in 
the bronchi (seventh day),*^ — Oppressed respiration (after half an hour),'^ 
— Difficult respiration (first day),™; (fourth day),'""; (after two hours),'". 
— ^Difficult respiration, especially when walking, without cough,*". — [1350.] 
Difficult respiration, with very quiet mood (first day),'®. — Difficult breath- 
ing; cannot take a deep breath on account of stitches (third day),'^. — - 
Difficult breathing in the left pectoral region, extending backward, after 
dinner,'". — *Dyspnosa,'^^, etc. ; (after nine hours)," ; (fourteenth day),'l — 
Slight attack of dyspnoea about 2 o'clock (sixth day),*^ — 6.30 p.m., severe 
dyspucea, without shivering or acceleration of pulse, which is merely fuller 
than ordinary (fourth day),*^ — Sensation as though she could not get her 
breath, on account of the swelling of the larynx (after ten miuutes),^^ — 
Longing for fresh air, in order to breathe more easily (fourth day),'". — 
Sudden asthmatic attack while urinating, at 11 p.m.; he is only able to 
breathe short and with great exertion, with anxiety as if he would suffocate ; 
followed by nausea, which was relieved by eructations of air, with difficult 
breathing, even after lying down in bed (second day),'"- 

Chest. — Rush of blood to the chest, lasting several hours,"'. — [1360.] 


Sensation of rush of blood to the chest (soon),". — Uneasy feeling in the 
chest, which renders breathing difficult, for an hour and a half or two 
hours, without alteration in the pulse (third day),*". — Anxiety in the cbcst 
(after one hour),™. — Anxiety and oppression of the chest (fourth day),^". — 
Pain in the chest,^". — She was obliged to sit upright, and could not move 
on account of the pains in the chest, which become intolerable (second 
morning),*". — * Pains in the chest and 6ac/i;,'°\— Pains in the chest and small 
of the back, and pain in the larynx on coughing,'". — The pains in the chest, 
neck, and back return after four hours and last till evening, at 2 p.m. (after 
four hours and a half),^^ — The pains in the chest increased in severity till 
9 A.M., after which they diminished (second morning),'''''. — [1370,] Pains in 
the chest on inspiration, aggravated by motion, in the afternoon (third 
day), 'I — Pain within the chest on every inspiration, vpith a short dry cough, 
which aggravates the pain, and which troubles her at short intervals (sec- 
ond morning),'l — The pain in the chest was always felt while walking, 
but was not increased thereby (four hours after 150 drops),". — Wander- 
ing pains in the chest and extremities (second day),^". — Burning in the 
lower portion of the chest (after a quarter of an hour),". — Tensive pain in 
the whole of the thorax (sixth day),'". — Tensive pain around the thorax 
coming and going, in' the evening (fourteenth day),'". — Painful tension 
about the base of the inner side of the thorax, on taking a deep breath 
(after a quarter of an hour),'^ — Great tightness of the chest (first four 
hours),". — Constriction of the chest, as from a coat of mail (fifth day),™. — 
[1380.] Severe compressing pain deep in the chest, noticed on stooping 
low down ; this pain seems rather in the region of the bodies of the verte- 
brae ; it does not affect respiration, but is so violent that stooping cannot be 
endured ; on the third day the same pain is felt after rapid walking, vio- 
lent blowing of the nose, sneezing, or when stooping, and is then felt more 
externally along the spinous processes of the dorsal vertebrae ; not affecting 
respiration (second and third days after 100 drops),'*. — Drawing in the 
thorax (fifth day),™. — Drawing in the lower portion of the thorax, with 
difficult breathing and pressure in the throat, as if it were compressed (sec- 
ond day),". — Drawing pain in the chest and pit of the stomach (sixteenth 
day),'". — Drawing pains in muscles of chest and back (70 to 140 drops),''". 
■ — Drawing pain through the pectoral muscles, extending to the umbilical 
region, now more, now less severe (second day),'". — Pressure upon the chest 
(after five minutes),'".^ — Pressure upon the chest, on waking in the morning; 
cannot get air enough on inspiration, so that I was obliged to expire quickly 
in order to inspire soon again ; relieved by several deep inspirations (fourth 
day),". — Pressure and oppression on the chest (tenth day),'*. — * On inqnra- 
tion, it seems as though something were pressing on the chest, after dinner,^'. 
— [1390.] Pressive pain in the chest, with great oppression,". — Pressive 
pain in the chest and back, extending to between the shoulders (second 
da.j),^^K—* Oppression of the ehest,^"\ etc.; (fourteenth day),'".— Oppression 
of the chest, at 4 a.m. (third day),'™.— Oppression of the chest and forepart 
of the stomach,*'. — Evening, in bed, slight oppression of chest (first day),*". 
— Awoke with oppression of the chest and dyspnoea, soon after midnight 
(third day),'".— -Oppression of the chest on expiration,".— Oppression of 
chest (when walking), (after three hours),*'.— Oppression of the chest, with 
short breath,""".— [1400.] Oppression of the chest and of the breathing,". 
—Oppression of the chest and difficult breathing (after five minutes),'". — 
Oppression of the chest, with difficult respiration (fourth day),'*.— * Oppres- 
sion, of the chest; the clothing seemed too tight upon the chest (secoild morn- 


iQg)/^ — Some oppression, with thick cough, about 6 p.m. (secourl day),*". — 
Stitches in the chest," 'I — Stitches in the upper part of the chest,*'''. — Fine 
needle-like stitches in succession in the chest, on inspiration, extending from 
the left to the right side, rather externally (after three-quarters of an 
hour),". — Dull pulsations at the base of the right lung and in the liver,". 
— Front. Pain in the forepart of the chest (after one hour),^'. — [1410.] 
Is unable to take a deep inspiration, on account of a pain in the forepart 
of the chest (second morning),^l — Tension on the forepart of the chest 
(after half an hour),"*. — Drawing pain in the forepart of the chest, extending 
down into the abdomen as far as the navel (sixth day),^". — Waking, with 
drawing pain in the forepart of the chest and dyspnoea, about midnight 
(fourteenth day),^". — Pressure over the forepart of the chest, with difficult 
breathing (second morning),"'. — *Sl.itches in the forepart of the lower portion 
of the thorax, extending into the intestines below the navel,^\ — Pain in the 
sternum just above the pit of the stomach ,*\ — *Pain internally behind the 
sternum, especially noticed on inspiration,^*^. — Attack of violent pain in the 
sternum, on every inspiration (after seven hours), ^^ — Drawing pains in the 
lower portion of the sternum, extending towards the right side of the spinal 
column (third day),^°. — [1420.] Awoke at 4 a.m. with pains about the 
sternum, as if it were pressed in, lasting an hour, followed by profuse sweat, 
wherewith the pains disappeared,'". — Severe pressure on the sternum (after 
200 drops),". — ^Spasmodic pressure behind the middle of the sternum, in a 
sjiot about tivo inches in diameter, awoke him at night; this pressure extended 
into the bronchi, ivith sensation of constriction in them,^''^. — Stitches in the 
upper part of the sternum and in the left lower leg,*^ — Soreness behind the 
sternum,'"^ — Sore place behind the upper part of the sternum, on cough- 
ing,^""". — 1.30 P.M., beatings isochronous with the pulse under the top of the 
sternum (seventh day),*^ — Jerking in the sternum and right shoulder,''^ — 
Sticking-jerking pains somewhat to the right of the lower portion of the 
sternum, extending straight through to the back, aggravated by motion 
and inspiration ; the pains in the chest are aggravated by bending the body 
forward ; the pains in the back are aggravated by bending backward ; the 
pains in the chest are relieved by frequent eructations, and are accompanied 
by great restlessness (fifth day),'*. — Sides. Pain in the ribs of the right 
and left sides, on bending the thorax to that side (after half an hour),'".— 
[1430.] She is unable to take a deep breath, on account of pains in the 
ribs and vertebrae (fourteenth day),'".— Both ribs are still painful to touch 
the whole day, worse in the afternoon, when again the cold sensation and 
pressure in the stomach, with difficult breathing, return (ninth day),'*. — 
Sudden cessation of the pains in the ribs, after supper (sixteenth day),'^^ 
Tensive pain in the sides of the chest (fourth day V".— Drawing pain in the 
sides of the_ chest, extending thence into the abdomen (fourteenth day),'". 
— Pressure in the chest below both arms, compressing, as if the chest were 
constricted,".— Stitches in the side, at 4 a.m. (third day),'".- Stitches just 
below the clavicle and in the cheek-bone,*l— Cannot take a deep breath on 
account of stitches in the side, lasting a quarter of an hour, at 4 a.m. (third 
day,),™.— The seventh and eighth ribs of both sides are painful to touch, 
and feel, on every inspiration, as if they had been injured ; worse on the 
right side, where it is also more continuous than on the left (eighth day),'*. 
—[1440,] * Pain in the lower portion of the right ivall of the chest, extending 
into the side, involving a place of a hand's breadth, aggravated by every uisp'i- 
ration (after a quarter of an hour),". — Sudden violent pain in the right 
side, in the region of the seventh and eighth ribs, aggravated by motion ; 


appeared after the sudden cessation of the headache, and lasted two hours, 
followed again by pressure in the brain (seventh day),'". — *l'(uii between 
the sixth and seventh ribs of the right side, on bending the thorax towtii'da the 
opposite side (after half an hour),'". — Tran.sient pains in the right side of 
the chest,'". — Suddeu transient pain in the right side of the chest,'''". — An 
obscure pain, or rather a sort of numbness, in the whole right side of the 
chest (third day),'"'. — *Aboid 1.30 p.m., a didl deepseated jidiu in the whole 
right side of the chest, and in the corresponding shoulder, witlwut rough, but 
with difficult respiration; this pain, ivhich is accompnnied at times by dull 
throbbing in the chest, does not alloiv of deep breathing ; it is not much in- 
creased by moving the arms; is chiefly felt at the axilla ami beneath the scapula 
(fourth day),*\ — Drawing in the right side from above downward (second 
day),'''. — Sticking in the right side of the chest, in the region of the nipple, 
while sitting, not aggravated by inspiration or expiration, without cough ; 
it does not seem to be seated in the lung ; afterwards the same pain appears 
in the left side (tiiree hours and a half after 150 drops),'\ — Stitches in tlie 
right side,"; (after a quarter of an hour),''^ — [1450.] Stitches in the right 
side of the chest, lasting two hours,'". — Stitches in the right side behind 
the ribs,''^ — Stitches in the right side, just beneath the breast, afterwards 
extending into the praicordial region,''^ — Violent stitches in the right side 
of the chest, from 2 to 6 p.m.; she is obliged to inspire slowly and cau- 
tiously on account of the stitches ; she could also onl}' speak very softly, 
in the afternoon (fourth day),'*. — Severe transient stitches in the right side 
of the chest,'". — Stitches in the right side of the thorax, lasting several 
minutes, which compel short respiration, and are intolerable when attempt- 
ing to take a deep breath, several times,'". — * Violent stitches in the lower 
portion of the right side of the thorax, on inspiration, aggravated by motion 
and by cough, ai 2 p.m. (third day),'\ — Stitches in the ribs of the right 
side,*'^ — Stitches in the ribs of the right side, on every iuspiration,*'^ — 
* Stitches beneath the right ribs,*'.- — [1460.] *Stitches below theright ribs,^\ 
• — "^Sensation of soreness in the lowest ribs of the right side (third day),*". — 
Sore pain in the last right ribs (sixth day),'''". — Sore pain in the right lower 
half of the thorax, so that even the touch of the clothes aggravates the 
pain (third day),*". — The ribs of the right side are painful to touch, as if 
sore (fifth day),*". — 1.30 p.m., deepseated pain, as from an abscess in the 
right side of the chest (seventh day),*". — Pain in the left side,'". — Pain in 
the left side of the chest,'' '". — Pains in the left side, extending to the back, 
aggravated by motion (fourth day),". — Pains drawing back and forth in 
the left side and back (fourth day),". — [1470.] Transient pain in the left 
side of the chest,'". — Tensive pain from the upper part of the left pectoral 
muscles towards the throat (after ten minutes),'". — Severe aching in the left 
lung,'". — Pressure on the left side of the chest (after five minutes), (second 
day),'l — Pressure and oppression in the left side (first day),'". — Pressure 
beneath the left clavicle, extending up into the throat,". — Pressive pain on 
the left side in the ribs (after ten minutes),'^ — Sticking and burning in the 
left side of the chest, extending to the back (after three to four hours),'*. — 
Sticking pain in the left clavicle, then in the right forearm, and just below 
the right scapula,**. — Stitches in the lower part of the left thorax,".^ 
[1480.] Stitches in the left side, extending towards the scapula (sixth day),'". 
— Stitches in the left side, while sitting,*'. — Stitches along the margins of 
the left ribs," **. — Fine stitches in the left nipple," — Jerking stitches in 
the left clavicle became very painful,**. — Soreness in the left lung; it is 
especially painful on coughing or sneezing,". — A sore sensation in the left 


lung, which had been inflamed four months previous, aggravated by deep 
breathing,"'. — Pain, as if bruised, in the left side of the chest and in the 
left hypochondrium, aggravated by motion (second day),^°. — Jerking in the 
left clavicle,". — Wavelike pain in the left side of the chest (after one hour 
and a half),'". — [1490,] Pain in the right, then in the left side of the tho- 
rax,". — Dull pain beneath the ribs of the left side, afterwards on the right 
side, where it is more severe ; it comes and goes, without being aggravated 
by anything special (three hours after 150 drops),". — Stitches in the left, 
and then in the right side of the thorax (after some minutes),"*. 

Heart aitd Pulse, — Prcecordhim, Stitches in the region of the 
heart, through the left side of the chest; on inspiration, she can only take 
short and quick breaths (twenty-first day),^*. — Stitches in the prseeordial 
region, with dry cough,''^ — Violent stitches in the prseeordial region six 
times in succession, with violent palpitation, anxiety, and uneasiness,*^ — 
Stitches in the borders of the ribs about the precordial region,^**. — Stitches 
below the heart,". — Stitches just below the heart,*l — Heart'fi Action. 
Beating of the heart and pulse not perceptible (after seven hours),''l — 
[1500.] The beating of the heart is neither frequent nor irregular, but so 
much stronger than usual that she can perceive the motion of the clothes 
caused by its beating against the walls of the thorax; she hears the beat- 
ing so loud that it seems as though otliers would hear it, for five minutes,^^ 
— Palpitation (first hour, first day, and first evening),™. — Palpitation for 
an hour in the morning,". — Palpitation for half a minute while walking 
in the street, and in the evening after lying down (she has never suffered 
from palpitation before), (eighteenth day),". — Palpitation, with anxiety 
for several minutes, in the afternoon (second day),^l — Short attack of pal- 
pitation after sitting, towards evening ; she felt fatigued from an unusual 
exertion (nineteenth day),". — Periodic palpitation at 1 p.m. (tenth day),". 
— Violent palpitation in the evening, often lasting several hours (from 
which she had formerly suffered after dancing),*'. — J*ulse. Pulse decid- 
edly more frequent than usual (small and compressible),*l — From the 
fourth to the fifth day, a slight (permanent) increase in the frequency of 
the pulse and the tired feeling in the limbs, and a little heaviness,*^ — 
[1510.] Pulse 85 (seventh day),*l— Pulse 90, full (after three hour,s),'l— 
Pulse 90 (second morning),''.— Pulse ,90 (fourth day),". — Pulse 90 (usually 
60 to 65), (fourth day),".— Evening, pulse 90,'".— Pulse about 100 through 
the day (fifth day),™.— Pulse larger, fuller, but not more frequent than usual 
(third day),".— Hard, not rapid pulse (while sitting), (after three-quar- 
ters of an hour),". — Pulse 68, with increased warmth of the whole body, at 
5 P.M.,".— [1520.] Pulse 62, full and hard (after one hour and a half ),'l— 
Pulse 50 (usually 70),-l— Feeble pulse,".— Pulse 50, irregular (after seven 
hours), 'I 

JV^eck and Back.—JSfeck. Swelling of the left side of the neck and 
left cheek ; they are painful to touch (fifth day ),'».— Crackling in the cer- 
vical vertebra3 on moving the neck,""".— * Stiffness of the neck (after five 
minutes, one hour and a half, and four days)," ".— Stifiuess of the left side 
of the neck (ninth day),''.- Stiffness of the left side of the neck on mov- 
ing \t,^\~* Stiffness of the neek on moving the head, ivith painfulne^s on deep 
breathing,'".— [1530: j ^Stiffness of the neek, especially of the nape of the neck,'\ 
—^Stiffness of the neck and paralyzed pain,'^\—* Stiffness in the neck, with 
cracking of the vertebrae on moving the neck; continues for several days,''^^^ 
Stifl'uess and paralytic drawing in the .neck, with sensation as if it' were 
broken on moving the neck,'**. — Some stiffness of the ueck,"'^ — Feelino- of 

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stiffness in the neck (after a quarter of an liour),'^ — *Aivokc ivilli pcnvful 
stiffness of the muscles of the right side of the neck (fourteeutli day),'". — Stiff 
neck, especially noticed ou turning the head,'"*. — Neck stiff and painful 
(second day),'*^*". — "^Pain in the right cervical mvscles and in the region, of the 
right clavicle (ninth day),'^ — [1540.] Pain in the muscles of the rigiit side 
of the neck, on moving the head, during the whole day (Iburteenth day},'". 
— Pains in the neck, left shoulder, and left arm, becoming worse in the 
afternoon,™''. — Pains in the upper cervical vertebrae, on turning. the head, 
in the afternoon (fifth day),'^*. — The pain in the neck was increased by 
turning the head to one side, or bending it backward (fourteenth day),'". — 
* Violent pains, extending back and forth from the vertex to neck, whereby the 
shoulders are draxvn upivard,*''. — Violent pains in the upper cervical verte- 
brae, aggravated by motion ; the pains extend from the vertebra up to the 
vertex, in a spot as large as a bean, in which violent jerks and stitches are 
felt, at night,**. — *Painful tension in a small streak in the right side of the 
neck, ezteiiding towards the shoulder, as if in the tendons, in the afternoon 
while sitting (first day),". — Sensation of constriction in the muscles of the 
neck, as if the head were drawn backward (tenth minute),^'. — Sensation 
in the cervical muscles as if the neck were constricted by a band (second 
day),'^ — The neck feels broken on raising the head,'""'. — [1550.] Drawing 
and stiffness in the neck (second day),^". — Paralytic drawing in the neck,^''"'. 
— Pains in the first cervical vertebra, aggravated by motion of the head 
and by pressure (second day),^*. — Drawing pain in the neck, over the right 
shoulder into the right wrist, ceasing for a few minutes, and then return- 
ing; worse on raising the arm, especially the right,^'. — Rheumatic drawing 
pain in the neck, worse on turning the head to the right or left,'". — Draw- 
ing in the left side of the neck and left meatus auditorius,''. — Drawing in 
the cervical muscles (after five minutes),'". — Drawing in the cervical mus- 
cles (two hours after 20 drops),'*. — Pressive pain in the left cervical muscles 
(after ten minutes),'\ — Sensation in the neck and in the scapulae as if the 
bones would be torn from their places,^^. — [1560.] Heaviness in the nape 
of the neck (fourth day),^*'. — ^Heaviness and tension in the muscles of the 
nape of the neck and in the occiput gradually disappear (after nine houi's),-'. 
— Stiffness of the nape of the neck,"". — Pains in the nape of the neck (ninth 
day),'^; (a quarter of an hour),". — P^n in the nape of the neck and occi- 
put (after a quarter of an hour),'". — On waking in the morning, rheumatic 
or bruised pain (slight) at the nape and anterior portion of the neck, in 
the shoulders and arms (third day),■'^ — *Drawing in the nape of the neck 
(eleventh day),". — Pressure in the nape of the neck,'*'""'. — Pressure in the 
nape of the neck (after ten minutes),"'; (fifth day),"'= ; (seventh day),'". — 
Stitches in the nape of the neck,*'.— Back- in General. [1570.] *Stiff'- 
ness in the back and between the shoidders (first day),". — Pain in the back 
(after fifteen minutes),''. — Pain in the back, as after immoderate muscular 
exertion, when turning over in bed (second morning),'". — Pain in the back, 
on rising after stooping (after one hour),'".' — Pains in the back and sacrum, 
in the afternoon, for three days,^'''. — Wandering pains in the back as iiir as 
between the shoulders,'"". — Tension and pressive pain in the whole of the 
back, aggravated by stooping, and drawing around to the chest (after eight 
hours and a half)j'". — Oppression of the back, extending around to the 
ribs,". — Drawings in the back,"; (half an hour),'"; (third and fourth 
days),'*" ; (ninth and eleventh days),". — Drawing in the back, in the even- 
ing (second day),".— [1580.] Drawing in the back and headache prevent 
her going to sleep (first uiglit),"". — * Drawing from the nape of the neck down 


the hach,^''. — Waking soon after 4 A.M., with drawing in the back and head- 
ache (second day),™. — Drawing pain in the back (fourth day),'". — Drawing 
pain in the whole of the back (first day),"; (third and fourteenth days),'". 
— Drawing pain through the back into the forepart of the chest, and thence 
into the walls of the abdomen as far as the navel (after an hour and a 
half^,'".— Drawing pains in the back and chest, in the afternoon,^"''. — Pres- 
sure in the back, extending up to the shoulders, while sitting bent, relieved 
on becoming erect (after one hour and a half),". — Drawing pressure in the 
back, extending into the sides of the chest, in the back teeth, in the left 
temple, and in the left parietal bone,'^ — Sharp sticking near the spine in 
the middle of the back,". — [1590.] Bruised pain, extending from the right 
scapula down the back,^^ — Bruised pain in the back, on motion (after ten 
hours),^^ — Short transient pains, as from a blow, on the left side of the 
spine where the ribs cease to be felt; afterwards the same pain on the right 
side of the spine, then in the right tuber ischii ; lastly, the same pain in the 
left cheek-bone,'"^''. — Pains in the vertebrse the whole day (fifteenth day),^°. 
— Violent pain in the vertebrae and ribs as yesterday (fourteenth day),'''". — 
Pain in all the vertebrse, as if sore, aggravated by motion, and pressure on 
the spinal processes,*'. — Dorsal, *Pain in ike spine between the shoulders 
(after half an hour),'*. — Pains in the scapulas and small of the back, the 
whole day (sixth day),''-'. — *Pains intlie right scapula, on waking at 4 a.m., 
aggravated by inspiration, and also on moving the right arm ; after rising the 
pains extended around the right side of the chest, and caused an oppression of 
the chest; after dinner the pains disappeared till 2 p.m., after which they be- 
came worse until evening (sixth day),". — Pain on the outer margin of the 
left scapula (after a quarter of an hour), (second day),'°. — [1600. J Pain in 
the left scapula near the lower angle of the shoulder (after five minutes),". 
— Pain below the left shoulder-blade," — *Pain beneath the right shoulder- 
blade,". — Violent pain about the lower angles of the scapulae, on every 
inspiration (second morning),^l — Sudden j)ain in the lower angle of the 
left scapula, aggravated by touch, at 9 a.m. (twentieth day),". — Sensation as 
if the .'^houlder-blade were sprained ; she cannot move it at all (twenty-first 
day),". — Burning between the shoulders, at 1 p.m.,". — Burning in a small 
spot on the upper part of the left scapula (after three-quarters of an hourj," 
— * Pinching, cramplike pain on the ihner margin of the right scapula, which 
obliged him to move the arm (after one hour),*. — Drawing pain between 
the scapula, extending down to the small of the back (first dav),'°. — 
[1610.] Drawings between the shoulders, in the afternoon (fourth day),''^ 
— Drawing on the outer margin of the left scapula (eleventh day),"".^ 
Drawing pain in the left scapula and nape of the neck (first day),™. — 
Drawing pain in the left scapula, extending thence into the left side of the 
chest (after half an hour),". — Drawing pain on the outer margin of the 
left scapula (second day),". — Pressure in the spine between the shoulders 
(after half an ho\ir),^\~* Pressure and oppression in the right scapula, ex- 
tending throiigh the thorax to the sternum,". — Pressure beneath the right 
scapula,". — Tensive pressure below the left scapula,". — Pressive pain in 
the left scapula, in the evening,™.— [1620.] Pressive pain just below the 
left scapula and in the left side of the ribs, on motion (after one hour),'".— 
Dull pressive pain beneath the right shoulder-blade,". — Oppression be- 
tween the shoulders,".— Sticking pain between the shoulders,".— Stitches 
between the shoulders," *^ — Several dull stitches between the shoulder- 
blades, in the afternoon while sitting (first day),". — Stitches in the right 
side beneath the shoulder-blade, after five minutes in the perineum, and in 


the testicles, and again in the right shoulder,". — *Stitches beneath the 
right shoulder-blade,''.— *5!;?i!cAe,s just below the right scapula,".— Mtches 
just below the right, scapula, on every inspiration," — [1630.] Stitches be- 
neath the left shoulder-blade," — Stitches below the left seapula,'^ — Stitches 
j ust below the left shoulder-blade,". — Stitches extending from the lower angle 
of the left scapula forward through the chest (twenty-first day),''*. — Lhin- 
bar. Pain in the lumbar region, as from soreness (sixth day),'-'". — Dull, 
deepseated pain on both sides of the lumbar region, corresponding to the 
kidneys (after half an hour),*'. — Stitches in the lumbar region, aggravated 
by walking, chiefly in the left side (third day),". — Pain in the lumbar ver- 
tebrse,'""' ". — Pain in the lumbar vertebrae, as if they would be broken, on 
moving (second day),''''. — Labor-like pains extending over the lumbar ver- 
tebrse, over the hips, and down into the abdomen," — [1640,] Sore pain in 
the lumbar and in the five lower vertebrae, worse from pressure with the 
hand and on every motion ; some pain extending into the five lower right 
ribs, towards evening (thirteenth day),'l — The pains in the lumbar verte- 
bras became more violent, and extended thence to the chest (second morn- 
ing),''^ — Pain in the last lumbar vertebrae (sixth day),". — Pains in the last 
lumbar vertebras, at 8 p.m. (first day),**. — Pain in the last lumbar vertebrae, 
alternately with pain in the scapulae, aggravated by motion (after half an 
hour),". — Pain in the last lumbar vertebrre on motion, in the evening while 
in bed (fourteenth day),'*. — Tearing pressure in the lowest lumbar vertebrce, 
extending forward to near the ilium; it seemed' as though the vertebra would 
be separated from each other, only on bending forward, or if he then again 
bent backivard, for several days, noticed even while walking (after eighty- 
six hours),^ — Sore pain in the last lumbar vertebrae, as if they had been 
sprained or broken (fifth day),"*. — Pain in the last lumbar vertebra, as if 
it would be broken,'^. — Dull stitches in rapid succession in the left loin, 
more towards the back (after ten minutes),^. — [1650.] She seems to have 
no strength in the small of the back ; she cannot stand upright (first day),'*. 
— Pains in the small of the back (thirteenth day),". — Pain in the small of. 
the back and in the abdomen (fifth day),^*'^. — Pain in the small of the 
back on moving, in the morning,''. — Less pain in the small of the back, on 
bending the body forward (first day),'*. — Slight transient pain in the small 
of the back,'^ — Pressure in the small of the back, in the liver, and along 
the bend of the ribs, in the linea mammalis,''''. — Violent sticking pains in 
the region of the kidneys, aggravated by motion (fourth day),'*. — Violent 
stitches in the region of the kidneys, on rising in the morning, causing her 
to cry aloud, whereby she sank down (third day),'*. — The bands of the 
clothes cause pain in the region of the kidneys,'*. — Sficval. [1660,] Pain 
in the sacrum,". — Pains in the sacrum, aggravated by motion (after two 
hours),'*. — Pains in the sacrum and in the region of the kidneys ; these 
parts are very sensitive to pressure (second day),'*. — Pressure in the sacrum 
and abdomen,*'. — Pressure in the sacrum, which slowly extends to below 
the scapulae, and lasts from 6 to 10 p.m.,". — The lowest vertebrae and the 
scapulae are painful to pressure (eighth day),". 

JSjctremities in General. — Objective. Trembling in all the 
limbs (after half an hour),'^ — Trembling in the limbs, with eructations 
and yawning,*'. — Twitching of the arms and legs, and in the head on mov- 
ing the arm (after ten hours),". — Jerkings in the arms and legs,*'. — [1670.] 
Lassitude in the limbs. (second day),*". — Weariness of the limbs after rising 
(second day),™. — Weariness and bruised sensation in all the limbs, as after 
a long walk,™. — Weariness and fatigue of the limbs ; it seems impossible 

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to move the leg suddenly ; motion is difficult, and he dreads it, with yawn- 
ing and sleepiness (after fifteen hours),''. — -Great weariness in all the limbs,"". 
— Loss of power in the limbs, especially in the lower legs (tenth day),". — 
Subjective. Sensation of weariness in the limbs,^^ — Paralytic sensation 
in the limbs,''l — -Paralyzed sensation in the arms and legs (third day),™. — - 
Sticking and drawing in the left index finger, on the lower side of the left 
great toe, and on the lower end of the left ulna; the skin on these places 
pains as if burnt (after one hour and a half ),''*. — [1680.] Sticking pains, 
now in the arms, now in the legs,''^ — Slight rheumatic stitches in the left 
hip, left knee, and right elbow, lasting five hours, till 10 p.m.,''. — All the 
limbs feel bruised (after three hours),". — Sensation as if bruised in the 
limbs (after half an hour),^^ 

Superior Extremities. — Trembling in the upper extremities 
(tenth day),^'. — Loss of power in the arms,"^'. — -Loss of power and heavi- 
ness of the arms, as if weights hung on them (after one hour and a half ),'^ 
— Arms feel paralyzed (second day),™. — Twitching in the right arm (first 
day),™. — Feeling of weakness in the right arm, frequently intermitting 
(after half an hour),". — [1690.] The right arm feels numb and paralyzed, 
with cold sensation ; the temperature of this arm is lower than that of the 
left; relieved by rubbing, in the morning (fourth day),'*. — Violent pain in 
the left arm, extending from the shoulder down along the outer side, last- 
ing half an hour (third day),". — Paralytic drawing in the left arm,''^''. — 
Drawing pain from shoulder-joint into fourth finger (after ten minutes),". 
— Drawing pain through the left arm (third day),"*. — Tearing in the right 
arm,"*. — Tearing in the right arm and loss of power in it,"'. — Violent pres- 
sive tearing in the right arm and in the head,™. — Shoulder. Paralytic 
sensation in the right arm,"'. — Pain in the shoulders, neck, and arms, ex- 
tending to the wrists ; these pains attack especially the left side ; they ap- 
pear in the afternoon, and are more persistent than in other provers (fifth 
day),"^ — [1700.] Pain in the shoulder, also extending to the arm (third 
day),"". — Fainin the right .shoulder,^'' ; (fourth day),'"; (ninth day),"l — Pain 
in right shoulder, as after taking cold (after one hour),*^ — Pain in the right 
shoulder, worse on motion (fourth day),^'. — Pain in the left shoulder (after 
one hour),"'. — Pain in the left shoulder, as if he had lain too long upon it 
(after five hours),"". — Pain in the left shoulder and shoulder-blade, worse 
on touching the arm (after four hours),-l — Pain in the left shoulder, ex- 
tending into the deltoid muscle (after five minutes),''^ — * Violent pains in 
the right shoidder-joint, ivhence they have extended from the scapula ; if she 
attempts to move the arm she finds that she is unable to do it, because it 
gives rise to a sensation as if the arm were broken; with this the right arm 
is quite cold and stiff'; the pains extend from the shoulder to the wrist; 
they gradually disappear during the forenoon (seventh day),'*.— Pain in 
the right shoulder very violent, more violent when the arm is at rest (after 
150 drops),". — [1710.] Continual pains in the right shoulder, more violent 
than on the previous day (fifth day ),''.— Paralytic pain in the right shoulder, 
lasting a quarter of an hour,""^— A paralytic pain in the left shoulder and 
in the whole of the left arm (first day),'".— Pain in the left shoulder, as if 
it would be broken or strained (seventeenth day),'*. — Drawings in the 
shoulders,™.— Drawing and pressure upon the shoulder towards evening, 
especially in the right scapula, and extending to the right side (third day),"'. 
—Drawing in the right shoulder,"".— Drawing in the left shoulder (third 
day),".— Painful drawing in the left shoulder (""'').— Paralytic drawing in 
the right shoulder (""'').- [1720.] Pressure in the right shoulder, on mov- 


iug the arm,". — Vague, pressive pain in the right shoulder (after a quarter 
of an hour),". — Stitches in the right shoulder," — Stitches in the right 
shoulder, extending up into the neck,*-. — Stitches in the right shoulder and 
in the anterior portion of the right upper arm (after a quarter of an hour),". 
— Stitches in the right shoulder and in the testicles," — Stitches in the left 
shoulder-joint,*^— Several sharp stitches in the right shoulder-joint, in the 
afternoon during rest (first day),^l — Tearing in the right shoulder, in the 
afternoon,'". — Tearings in the left shoulder and arm,'"*. — Tearing pain in 
the right shoulder,'^ — [1730.] Bruised pain in the right shoulder (three 
hours after 150 drops),".— Tearing pressure in the left axilla, and farther 
forward towards the nipple (after thirty hours),l — Sticking in the left ax- 
illa (while sitting), (after two hours),^ — Ami. A kind of paralysis of the 
muscles of the upper arm, on moving them,'. — Eheuniatic pains from the 
shoulders to the elbows,^'. — Pain in the right upper arm, extending along 
the inner side to the fingers," — Pain in the deltoid muscle and biceps of 
the left arm, on moving it, in the morning, so that I was unable to put on 
my coat without help (half an hour after 3 drops),". — Pain on the outer 
side of the left arm above the elbow, on rising (second moruing),'^ — Draw- 
ing pain, extending from the left scapula into the left upper arm, followed 
by painful drawing in the back of the left hand,'*. — Paralytic pressure in 
the left upper arm (after Um days),^ — [1740.] Sticking pain on the inner 
side of the right upper arm, extending down into the forearm, followed by 
a similar pain on the inner side of the left arm,*l — Stitches in the left 
upper arm," — Transient rheumatic stitches in the left upper arm, for only 
a few minutes,''. — Tearings in the left upper arm, and drawings in the left 
hand,'^ — Tearing in the muscles of the right upper arm (after twenty-eight 
hours),". — Tearing in the flesh of the left upper arm just below the shoulder, 
in the forenoon (first day),". — Tearing in the middle of the right upper 
arm, as if in the marrow (first day),". — Elbow. Pain just above the left 
elbow (after one hour and a half ),^^ — Pain just above the left elbow, then 
in the right shoulder, in the left side, in the right forearm, extending from 
one part to another (second day),^". — Burning pain at the tip of the left 
elbow (after nine hours),*l — [1750.] Cramplike pain in the left elbow- 
joint, aggravated by bending the arm (after four hours and a half),*. — 
Stitches on the inner side of the left arm in the region of the elbow, fre- 
quently returning,'". — Forearm. The muscles of the right forearm 
seem to have lost their power, so that it is with difficulty that they can be 
made to move, and they are painful on every motion atid when taken hold 
of (after twenty-six hours),*. — Paralytic sensation in the left forearm,'". — 
Rheumatic pain in the right forearm,". — Drawing in the left forearm, and 
thence into the palm of the hand, in which there was a twitching motion,'. 
— Drawing pain in the left forearm (seventh day),". — Drawing pain in the 
left forearm and on the back of the hand (tenth day),". — Stitches in the 
left forearm,*^ — Stitches in the left forearm above the wrist,*l — [1760.] 
Stitches through the inner side of the left forearm (after fifteen minutes),'"- 
— Wrist. Trembling in the wrists (third day),^*. — Stiffness and an im- 
pediment in the right wrist, only noticed on moving it,\ — The left wrist 
feels stiff in the evening,^ — Pain in the outer side of the left wrist (seventh 
day),". — Rheumatic pain in the right wrist,". — Stitches in the right wrist," *''- 
— Stitches in the right wrist, then in the right foot, then in the inner, then 
in the outer malleolus,*^ — Stitches in the right wrist, afterwards in the left 
forearm, extending into the wrist,*^ — Sand. The hands and forearms 
are oedematous and more swollen than on the previous day (fourth day),". 


— [1770.] The veins of the hands are swollen (after fifteen minutes)/*; (after 
a quarter of an hour)/" ; (first day)/'. — The hands tremble when writing 
(fourth day)/". — Helplessness of the hand, while writing (after one hour and 
a half)/". — Dryness of the hands/l — Numbness of both hands (after nine 
hours)/\ — The left hand seems heavy on raising it (first day)/'. — Sensation of 
swelling of the left hand (first day) /I — ^Sensation as if the left hand were 
swollen, numb (without sensation), and paralyzed ; she was unable to 
bend it ; relieved by rubbing (after nine hours), ^'. — Tearing-sticking pain 
in the bones of the right metacarpus, very much increased by pressing 
upon them (after twenty-six hours),*. — Stitches in the left hand/^ — [1780.] 
Tearing from the left wrist to the tips of the two smaller fingers, relieved by 
rubbing (first day)/'. — Pinchiug-tearing pain on the back of the right hand 
(after one hour and a quarter),*. — Fitlf/ers. Twitching in the fingers of 
the left hand (after twenty minutes),^\ — The third and fourth fingers of each 
hand go to sleep (second day),'". — Pain in the right little finger,". — Burn- 
ing in the muscles of the right thumb/'. — Cramp in the fingers of the left 
hand (after twenty minutes ),'^\ — Tonic cramp in the flexor tendons of the 
fingers ; the closed hand could be opened only with difficulty, when there was 
no farther cramp, immediately after waking (fifth day),". — Drawing on the 
left side of the left middle finger from the middle to the last joint (first 
day),'". — Violent drawing in the joints of the thumb (third day),". — [1790.] 
Drawing pain in the left index finger (first day),". — Drawing pain in the 
left middle finger (sixth day),". — Drawing pain in the right fourth finger 
(sixth day),". — Drawing pain on the inner side of the right fourth finger 
(sixteenth day),". — Violent pressure in the left index finger (after 200 
drops),". — Pressive pain in the right thumb," — Sticking pain, with heat, 
in the index and middle fingers (which had been injured by a blow eight 
weeks previous),"'. — Stitches in the third joint of the right index finger, 
afterwards in the second joint,"'. — Stitches in the left index finger, ^\ — Stitches 
in the right middle finger/l — [1800.] Frequently recurring tearing in the 
last phalanx of the right little finger, not affected by motion or touch 
(after three hours and a quarter),*. — Pine tearing in the metacarpal and 
carpal bones of the right thumb (after seven hours),^ — Fine tearing in 
the tips of the fingers of the right hand,". — Paralytic tearing in the meta- 
carpal bones and last joint of the thumb and index finger of the left hand,". 
— Pain, as from a blow, in the second phalanx of the left ring finger,""". 

Inferior Extremities.— Objective. Swelling of the legs; she 
was obliged to take oflf her shoes and loosen her garters ; this oedematous 
swelling is especially noticed in the malleoli, also in the calves, in the after- 
noon (fourth day),". — The legs were so large and seemed so heavy that she 
feared she would have dropsy (fourth day),'*.— Stumbling gait (after half 
an hour),-l— She could only totter to bed (after three hours),'l— Weakness 
of the legs,*l— [1810.] Loss of power of the legs, while walking, chiefly 
of the lower legs (after one hour and a half),".— Loss of power, stiff'ness, 
and coldness in the right upper and lower leg (seventeenth day),^". — Heavi- 
ness and stiffness in the legs (fourteenth day),^". — Heaviness in the legs, as 
if she were obliged to carry forward a great weight with every step (fourth 
day),'*.— Limbs feel paralyzed and dead (after three hours)/'.— Wander- 
ing pains in the joints of the lower extremities, especially of the left, almost 
only during rest (one hour after 30 drops),'*.— Crying as soon as the left 
leg is moved or the left side touched (second day),'". — Burning in the left 
leg (after nine hours),".— Drawing in the legs (second day),".— Drawing 
pain in the right leg and through the left lower leg (first day),".— [1820.] 


Drawing pain in the left leg from the hip to the foot (after ten min- 
utes)/^ — Paralytic drawing pain, extending from the hip-bone to the toes 
of the right foot, the same while walking, sitting, or lying, and disap- 
peared suddenly (after thirty-nine hours and a quarter),^ — Flying stitches 
in right leg (10 to 60 grains),'". — Hip. Pain in the right hip, on rising 
from a chair (sixth day),^*. — Pain above the left hip, as if something thick 
were there and it sagged down,'. — Numb pain in right hip and right knee 
(seventh day),''".— Dislocated pain in the left hip, which almost prevents 
■walking (after ten hours),''^ — -Drawing pains in both hips, in the after- 
noon,"". — Sticking in the left hipj^l — Sticking in the left hip-joint (after 
half an hour),'l— Stitches in the right hip,".— T/iif/Zl. [1830.] Twitches 
on the inner side of the thigh, in the feet, and in the whole of the back,''^ 
— The anterior surface of the thigh goes to sleep, with fine stitches and 
smarting pain (from the external use),'. — Paralytic pain in the thighs just 
above the knees (third day),'". — Paralytic pain in the middle of the right 
thigii, then in the left thigh, afterwards in the left lower leg, and at last in 
the left foot, similar to that experienced in the arms,"'''. — Sensation of 
swelling in the thighs ; of two hands' breadth, midway between the hip and 
knee (fourth day),^*. — Frequent waking from tensive pains in the thighs 
for two hands' breadth in the middle of the thigh, between the hip and 
knee (fourth day),^*. — Drawing pain in the inner side of the right thigh 
(first day),". — Drawing pains in the lower portion of the rectus femoris 
muscle, ascending thence into the knees, sometimes into the patella, when 
they gradually disappear (eighth day),'^ — Pressure on the upper part of 
the left thigh,". — Pressive paiu in the middle of the right thigh, in the 
rectus femoris (after half an hour),". — [1840.] Stitches on the inner side 
of the right thigh," — Stitches on the inner side of the left thigh,™. — Tear- 
ing pain in the thigh,"". — Bruised pains in the thighs, extending into the 
calves, worse when walking and when touched (fourth day),^*. — Pain, as 
from a blow, in the middle of the right thigh,"**. — Pain, as from a blow, 
in the left thigh, three fingers' breadth from the hollow of the kuee,"''^ — ■ 
Knee. A kind of paralysis and immobility of the left knee and thigh, 
while sitting,^. — Twitching in the knees (first day),"". — Trembling of the 
knees (&£ter three-quarters of an hour),"; (fourth day),'*. — The knees knock 
together, while standing and walking (after twelve hours),'. — [1850.] 
Stiffness of the knee-joint (fourth day),^*. — Sensation of stiffness in the left 
knee, with burning in the joint,". — Heaviness of the knees and lower legs, 
as if she could not continue to walk (fourth day),". — Pains in the knees 
(second day),"". — Pain in the knees, as after a long march (after one hour 
and a half),'^ — Sudden violent pain in the knee, aggravated by stepping 
(first evening),". — Pain in the right knee {third hour), ^^■, (third and fifth 
day ),""=. — Pain in the inner side of the right knee (after a quarter of 
an" hour),'". — Pain in the left knee (first night)," ; (ninth hour^'. — Pain 
in the knee-joints (after two hours)," ; (fourteenth day),'^ — [I860.] Pain 
in the knee-joint, as after a fatiguing march, chiefly on the posterior surface 
of the patella, worse when walking, in the evening (fourteenth day),'". — 
When walking, the pain in the hip extends to the knee, and affects it so 
that the whole limb feels out of joint (after twelve hours and a quarter),"'. — 
Pain in the right knee-joint, aggravated by motion (after ten minutes),'''". — 
Pain in the hollow of the knee, on walking," — Pain in the hollow of the 
left knee (fifth day),™.— Violent pain in the left knee (fifteenth day),'".— 
She is able to extend the left leg only with most violent pains in the knee 
(after two hours),".— Transient paiu in the right knee,""'.— Painfulness in 


the knee-joint, on touch, as if sprained (after nine hours)," — Boring pain 
iu the right knee and forepart of the ankle,^^ — [1870,] Pain in the right 
knee, as if it would be broken,^". — Pain in the patella, when walking (sec- 
ond day),". — Pain in the right patella (after one hour and a half),". — 
Drawing in the left knee,'™. — Paralytic drawing in the knees and lower 
legs (after eight hours and a half),'^ — Paralytic drawing in the joints 
of the knees, hands, and feet (fourth day),". — Pressive drawing in the fore- 
part of the right knee, especially on bending it (second day after 100 
drops),". — Severe pressure two fingers' breadth below the right patella,^. — 
Severe pressure two fingers' breadth below the left patella, more toivards the 
inner side,^. — ^Pressive pain in the left knee and left lower leg (half an hour 
after 30 drops),". — [1880.] Sticking pain iu the left knee,*l— Stitches in 
the right popliteal space,*l — Stitches in the right popliteal space (while 
sitting), (after two hours),''. — bore pain in the knee-joint, increased by 
pressure (after two hours),". — Sensation of soreness in the lower articular 
surface of the left knee ; when walking she was obliged to carry forward 
the left leg stretched out, and if the knee was bent could only stretch 
it slowly, in order to avoid most violent sore pains in the knee-joints ; 
sudden cessation of the pains twenty-four hours after taking the drug,". 
■ — Leff- Twitching iu the calves (first day),'". — Pains in the calves and 
lower portion of the thigh ; the calves are painful when touched ; she 
can only move the legs with difficulty when walking, and the knees fre- 
quently knock together (fourteenth day),^'. — Paralytic sensation of the left 
lower leg (after half an hour),'^ — Paralytic pain in the lower legs, aggra- 
vated by walking, in the evening (fourteenth day),'°. — Sensation of paraly- 
sis and coldness in the lower legs, lasting until evening (first day),^^ — 
[1890.] Burning in the lower part of the left calf, in the afternoon while 
sitting (first day),". — Boring in the bones of the right lower leg (one hour 
after 200 drops),". — Stickiug-boring in the left tibia,*'. — Tension in the 
right calf, in the evening (fourth day),''^. — Tension and sticking in the 
calves, in a bent position, disappearing on stretching them (after one hour),'\ 
— Great tension in the lower legs (fourth day),^^ — Cramp in the calves, 
with heaviness in the legs, as if a weight were hanging on them (after 
three hours),'^'. — Drawing in the legs from the knee to the great toe (after 
one hour),'". — Drawings and tearings, extending from the knee to the feet,'". 
— Drawings in the calves (fifth day),'*'=. — [1900.] Drawings in the calves, 
extending into the knees and thighs,'*^ — Painful drawing on the inner side 
of the left lower leg, in the evening (fourteenth day),". — Drawing pain 
through the right tibia to the back of the foot (after fifteen minutes),". — 
Drawing pains in the calves (second day),"". — Drawing pain in the inner 
side of the right tendo Achillis (seventh day),". — Drawing-down pain in 
the left calf,". — Sticking pain in the right tibia above the ankle,*^ — Stick- 
ing pain in the right calf, extending to the foot,". — Stitches in the left lower 
leg,". — -Pains in the lower legs and forearms, when touched (fourth day),". 
— Ankle. [1910.] Ankle painful, more when walking, as after a false 
step (fifteenth day),"". — Pain in the left ankle,^"". — Pain in the left ankle, 
chiefly when walking,". — Pain, as if sprained, iu the ankle, the whole day, 
worse in the right (sixteenth day),'". — The pain in the tibio-tareal joint 
also assumes the character of that caused by dislocations or sprains (after 
ten hours),*". — Painful pressure at the external portion of the tibio-tarsal 
articulation (immediately below the malleolus on the right side), (after 
three-quarters of an hour),*". — Pressure in the right ankle (after seven 
hours after 150 drops),". — Pressive pain in the right ankle, while sitting 


(after one hour and a half),'. — Stitches in the left inner malleolus". — 
Stitches below the right inner malleolus/l — Foot. [1920.] (Stiffness in 
the tarsal joints, as if sprained),'. — Feet feel paralyzed (after nine hours),'^'. 
— Pain in the right foot, extending into the toes,'". — Continued pain in the 
foot just below the right inner malleolus,*^ — Dislocated pain in the foot 
(second day),^^ — Sticking pain in a corn on the right foot,'". — Burning- 
sticking pain in the metatarsal bones and in the toes of the right side,'". — 
She could not wear her shoes because they seemed too narrow, though ordi- 
narily they were too large (fourth day),^*. — Stitches in the left foot, thigh, 
right thigh, and right foot,*^ — Pain, as from a blow, in the lower portion 
of the left metatarsus,"*. — [1930.] Bubbling pain in the back of the left 
foot (after nine hours),'. — Drawing in the back of the left foot (two hours 
after 20 drops),'*. — Pressive pain on the back of the left foot (after ten 
hours),'^ — Sticking in the left instep, while walking in the open air, at 3 
P.M.,". — Pain under the left heel and under the right inner malleolus, on 
every step (after four hours),". — Burning in the soles of the feet,'^ — Cramp 
in the sole of the right foot, which, together with the toes, is bent under ; 
the toes seem dead and are without sensation ; the cramp is relieved by 
grasping the calf with the hand, but is aggravated by attempting to step 
(after twelve hours),'. — Sticking, as with needles, under the left heel (after 
nine hours),''. — Stitches in the right heel,". — Toes. Pain in the right 
third toe,'". — [1940.] Pain in the fourth and Hfth right toes,'". — Drawings 
in the left great toe,". — Painful pressure in the right toe, making walking 
very troublesome ; the part feels as if hurt by a too hard or too tight shoe, 
but she took off shoes and stockings without any relief (after three-quarters 
of an hour),*". — Intolerable pain in the toes, as if they were hurt by tight 
shoes (seventh day),*°. — Sticking in the great toe,". — Sticking in the right 
great toe,". — Stitches in the right third toe,'l — Stitches in the fourth and 
fifth right toes,*'. — Frequent stitches in the right great toe,". — Pain, as from 
a blow, in the two smaller toes of the left foot, in the evening, in bed,"'^ 

General Symptoms.— Objective. [1950.] She lost flesh during 
the proving (fourteenth day),''. — Emaciation (tenth day),'*. — The clothes 
that were tight before the proving are now very loose ; she can no more 
use her thimble because it falls off her finger,'*. — The whole body is in an 
excited condition,". — General excitement of the body, in the evening from 
10 to 11|^,". — Trembling of the whole body (after three hours, and second 
morning),". — Trembling of the whole body, as after a long march,". — Re- 
laxation of the whole body,*'. — Relaxation and weakness of the whole 
body, so that she was obliged to sit down (after half an hour),'^ — ^Indo- 
lence of the whole body, with uneasiness,*'. — [I960.] Great indolence and 
sleepiness the whole day (third day),'". — Great indolence and sleepiness, 
without yawning (after six hours),'. — Indolent, weary, and exhausted,'". — 
Indolent, prostrated, sleepy ; these symptoms disappear in the open air 
(after one hour and a half ),".^ — Disinclined to work, indolent all day,'" ; 
(thirteenth day),". — Disinclination to move (fifth day),'*. — Unconquerable 
dislike to moving about (after six hours),*\ — A kind of horror of move- 
ment, but without any change of mood,*". — Great heaviness and disincli- 
nation for work, with sleepiness after a meal,*. — Inclination to lie down, 
without being sleepy and without being al)le to sleep,'. — [1970.] He cannot 
be made to sit or lie, must be carried constantly (second day),'". — Weari- 
ness (ninth day),"; (fourteenth day),'". — Weariness the whole day,'"; (fourth 
day),'" — Weariness and loss of power in the limbs (after two hours),". — 
Weariness and disinclination for exertion,^'. — Weariness and bruised sen- 


sation, especially in the lower limbs, knees, and ankles,''. — Weariness a'nd 
sleepiness (fifth day),'''". — Weariness, and sound sleep for half an hour after 
dinner (first day),'^ — Weariness, without being able to sleep (seventh day),'l 
— Great weariness,^' '" ; (after one hour and a half and second day),'°. — 
[1980.] Great weariness ; it seems as though she would fall asleep while 
sitting (first day),^'. — Great weariness in the morning,".— Such great wea- 
riness, in the morning on waking, that it was with difficulty that he could 
decide to rise,^ — Great weariness after dinner,'*'. — Great weariness and loss 
of power in the limbs (second day),'°. — Great weariness and disinclination 
to make any exertion, in the afternoon (first day),'l — Great weariness and 
prostration, so that he could not walk much (fifth day),^". — Great weariness 
and sleepiness,'^ — Great weariness and sleepiness, on waking (second morn- 
ing),"'. — Weak, while walking in the open air ; while sitting he felt weak 
only in the limbs (after half an hour),". — [1990,] Weak, indolent, pros- 
trated, with yawning, at 2 p.m.,". — Weak in the night, with pain in the 
region of the kidneys ; soon fell asleep again (twentieth day),'*. — Weakness 
in the morning after an uneasy sleep,'". — Weakness and indolence of the 
limbs,'". — Weakness and loss of power in thighs (after three hours),'^ — 
Weakness and prostration of the whole body,''. — Great weakness, exhausted 
by slight exertion (sixth day),'^ — Loss of power, while walking (after half 
an hour),". — Great exhaustion ; she was unable to move (after ten hours),'l 
— -Was obliged to eat a more hearty breakfast than usual in order to re- 
lieve the sensation of exhaustion, and great hunger through the whole 
proving,". — [2000.] On rising from bed, faintness, so that she was obliged 
to lie down again (after seven hours),'l — Long-continued faintness (after 
seven hours),''. — Attacks of faintness, with sensation of anxiety in the 
chest, trembling, and short cough, on undressing in the evening ; she was 
obliged to lie down in bed, when she soon fell asleep (fourth day),". — 
Restlessness in bed in the forepart of the night,". — Very restless in bed 
the forepart of tl;ie night, good sleep the latter part,". — Constant rest- 
lessness in all the limbs, which compelled her to move; she endeavored 
to stand still, but she was obliged to keep stepping and moving the arms; 
the sensation that impels her to this is indescribable ; she is obliged to walk 
back and forth for several minutes, after which she could again stand 
quietly ; she had a similar attack five days before (after taking the tincture) 
while sewing, which she had been unable to describe clearly; she was 
obliged to rise constantly and walk about, after which the uneasiness in the 
limbs soon disappeared,'*. — Uneasiness, and a certain auxiety, as if she had 
committed a great crime, on account of which she must run away, and 
could nowhere find rest (after three hours),".— Internal uneasiness,*'.— Con- 
stant internal uneasiness,*'. — Continual inclination to move about from 
place to place (fourth day),*^ — [2010.] In the evening while sitting upon 
the sofa, although she had pains in the head and chest, she was constantly 
obliged to rise and walk about; she could not for the world remain sitting; 
she grasped the forearm with the hand, and clasped her hands together ; 
during this attack she could not think or speak of her condition ; after 
a few minutes, during which she walked about the room, she was obliged 
to sit down again ; during this muscular restlessness she felt no pains in 
the chest or head ; afterwards the pains returned ; at first she attempted 
to remain sitting, but was obliged to rise to her feet (fifth day),'*. — Sen- 
sations. (Insensibility and numbness of the whole body, as from apo- 
plexy, with trembling and unaltered pulse),\ — A kind of general numb- 
ness, with drowsiness (after six hours),*'. — Feels extraordinarily well, with 


lively mood (fifth day),"'. — General sick feeling,™''; (fourth day),'"; (tenth 
day),'*. — Discomfort of the whole body (after one hour and a half),'". — 
Great discomfort; he feels unwell, without knowing what is really the matter ; 
he is obliged to lie down, without being able to sleep, and is discontented 
with everything,'. — General sensation as of influenza, from whicli he had 
formerly suffered (fourth day),'^. — Wandering pains in all parts of the 
body,'". — Wandering pains in the upper extremities, in the forehead, in the 
sides of the nose, and iu the superior maxillary bones (one hour after 30 
drops),". — [2020.] Rheumatic pains, now in the right, now in the left side 
of the body,"". — Rheumatic symptoms in all parts of the body (to which 
he had formerly been subject),". — Drawing throughout the whole body,*''. 
— Drawings in the whole body, lasting three hours, and gradually disap- 
pearing towards uoon,"^ — Drawings iu the head, teeth, toes, and shoulders,". 
— Rheumatic drawings in the right upper half of the body, shoulders, upper 
and forearms, wrists,"'. — Drawing pains in the whole body, with fluent 
coryza,". — Drawing pain in the left upper jaw, left nostril, left eye, left 
meatus, left temple, left half of the neck, left scapula, and left ankle (fifth 
day),'°. — Drawing rheumatic pains here and there the whole day,"". — Tear- 
ing and sticking here and there the whole day, but worse in the right leg, 
extending from above downward,"". — [2030,] Some transient needle-like 
stitches alternately in various places, now in one hand or one arm, now in one" 
foot, now the knee, in the abdomen, etc.,". — Bruised feeling over the whole 
body, as after a long march,"". — Feels as if bruised, on moving about (after 
one hour and a half),'". — -The pains are not severe, last only a short time, 
change their locality, and return to the first place by noou (second day),'". 
— Pains remained the whole day (third day),". — If the pain attacks any 
new part it leaves the previous one (after ten minutes),'^ — The symptoms 
disappear very soon,^'. — The symptoms disappear almost immediately after 
leaving ofi" the medicine,*". — Symptoms disappear during the ninth, tenth, 
eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth days, but return on the fourteenth day,'"- 
— The symptoms generally returned at noon after eating (except the chill, 
instead of which there was internal heat, with internal burning between 
the chest and shoulders),*". — [2040.] In the afternoon the pain is more 
continuous and spasmodic,"". 

Skin. — Objective. A red spot on the right cheek (after half an 
hour) ; this red spot gradually involved the whole cheek,'*. — The last pha- 
lanx of the fingers of the right hand become yellow, cold, and as if dead, the 
nails blue (after one hour),'. — A red spot, not raised, hardly visible, with 
burning-itching between the breasts (third day),*^ — About midday, a red 
spot, as of herpes, on the sternal region, where the day before there was 
only a burning pain, which now becomes more intense, without altering its 
character ; a little later the same kind of feeling, but still without redness, 
is experienced in various very circumscribed portions of the shoulders, 
trunk, and arms (these annoying symptoms last all through the proving), 
(third day),*". — Red circular spots on left cheek (second day),''. — Round 
red spots the size of a half dollar, and accompanied with burning pain on 
the palmar surface of the forearms (sixth day),*". — Burning, dark-red, cir- 
cular spot on the left cheek, gradually becoming larger from 2 to 6 p.m. 
(second day),'l — A burning, dark-red, circular spot on the right cheek, 
gradually becoming larger from 2 to 4 p.m. (after four hours),'".— A red 
areola around a small scab on the nates reappears, and becomes dark red,". — 
[2050,] A crack behind the right ear (after one hour and a quarter),'".— 
A crack below the left lobule (after half au hom},'\— Eruptions, 


Dn/. Red, hot, round, somewhat elevated spot on the left cheek, lasting 
two hours, after the relief of the pains in the cervical vertebrae, at 2 p.m. 
(second day),". — Many red spots, with somewhat elevated points in the 
centre, which feel rough, in the upper part of the right cheek; on the left 
cheek a circumscribed red spot as large as a ten-cent piece (after one hour),^. 
— Bright red .spots as large as peas, mostly confluent, with a pimple in the 
middle, on the whole face, excepting the forehead, severely burning when 
touched, in the morning, disappearing in the evening (second day),^°. — 
Small, circumscribed, red spot on the left cheek, which within a quarter of 
an hour reaches the size of a half dollar, is circular, dark red, and some- 
what elevated (after four hours),". — The scrotum was covered with dry, 
red, cracked, thin scurf; the next day it was perfectly normal (third day),^^ 
— Papular exanthema, with red base, on upper lip and right cheek (70 to 
140 drops),". — Tetter on the back of the left hand, which he had had six- 
teen years previous, and which manifested itself ever}' year by a slight 
roughness of the skin, returned in an aggravated form ; the back of the 
hand was much swollen; red radiating spots appeared, with itching, with- 
out becoming moist, followed by desquamation,^. — Red, elevated, inflamed 
pimples, with a spot in the centre, as if a small boil would form ; disap- 
peared after a few hours, iu the middle of the forehead (second morning),'*. 
— [2060.] Small pimples on the left margin of the upper lid, where a white 
vesicle forms, which after opening has a burning pain,^'*'. — Eruption of red 
pimples here and there on the wings of the nose,'^ — Eruption of pimples 
on face (in one prover),^^ — Pimples and pustules on face, especially in 
frontal and temporal regions, on cheek, ala nasi, and upper lip, chiefly of 
left side; they came in groups of three or four; sixteen were present at 
the same time. Whilst the pustules in face dried up fresh ones appeared, 
which, after leaving off" the medicine, disappeared in a few days (70 to 100 
grains),"". — Red pimples here and there on the cheeks (third day),^l — A 
pimple on the right cheek near the angle of the mouth, somewhat sensitive 
only to pressure, at 3.30 p.m.,". — Red round spots close together, with pain- 
ful pimples in the middle, around the right cheek (fourth day),^". — A small, 
indolent pimple on the thick portion of the lower lip (third day),*°. — Small 
pimples near the right corner of the mouth, with red areola, as in the 
former proving,™. — Red pimples on the chin (fourth day),"".— [2070.] Ex- 
ternal pimples on the rectum four millimetres in diameter (third day),''*. — 
Small pimples on the back and loins,'^. — Red, indolent pimples here and 
there on the shoulders and arms (third day),*l — Red, indolent pimples here 
and there on the thighs and nates (seventh day),''^ — Pimples, like chicken- 
pox, with red areola, on the right nates (third day),''.— Some red pimples 
with white tips on both thighs, with biting, corrosive itching,'. — JSt'up- 
tions. Moist. Small, yellow, burning blisters ou the right wing of the 
nose and on the left side of the lower lip ; the next day there is a fine 
yellow scurf in place of the blisters (thirteenth day),".— Vesicles on the 
lips and wings of the nose, followed by scabs (second day),''. — In the mu- 
cous membrane of the lower lip a vesicle filled with limpid serum appeared, 
which, after bursting, grew flat and disappeared (20 to 50 drops),".— Small 
blisters, with red areola, near the corner of the mouth (third day),''*. — 
[2080.] The blisters on the scrotum become flattened toward evening, and 
deprived of their epidermis; the skin is raw, red, and somewhat swollen, 
and secretes moisture iu the evening (second day),"'. — Eruptions, Pus- 
tular. Several small stinging pustules iu various places,'^ — Large pus- 
tules on the forehead,"'.- An eruption of pimples on the cartilage of the 


left upper lid, with pus, with pressive pain in them when touched, or when 
elosiug the eyes,\ — Pustules on the right cheek similar to chicken-pox 
(eighth day),^'''. — Pustules upon the breast (thirteenth day),'l — Small pus- 
tules, with red areola, on the left side of the neck, on the left scapula, and 
on the left hand (fifth day),'".— Small furunculus about middle of right 
under jaw (70 to 100 grains),'". — Subjective. Skin dry, and as if con- 
tused, on the entire chest and on the neck (third day),'". — Sticking sensa- 
tion here and there in the skin, with constant sensation of coldness, espe- 
cially in the hands and feet,™". — [2090.] Stitches in the skin and various 
portions of the body, in the afternoon,™". — Stitches, as with needles, here 
and there in the skin, in the evening,'"". — Some needle-like stitches in the 
skin and various portions of the body,'^''". — Itching of the skin,''l — Itching 
of the skin of the whole body,''^ — Itching and sticking here and there in 
the skin,^^ — Itching here and there in the skin, especially on the back, 
arms, and legs,"'. — 'V^iolent itching over the whole body,"'. — Burning pain 
above the left corner of the mouth, in the skin (after half an hour),'°. — • 
Burning pain in the skin of the cheek near the ear (first day),''. — [2100.] 
Burning and itching in a place in the hand that had been scratched by a 
thorn (after half an hour),". — Some burning, painful spots, with stitches 
in the middle of them, in the upper part of the tendo Achillis; the pain 
is aggravated by scratching,'. — Persistent burning pain on one spot of the 
skin to the left of the sternum, four fingers' breadth below the clavicle; 
there is not the least redness, but the skin feels at this place (which is not 
larger than a quarter-dollar) as if heated by rapid friction with a woollen 
cloth (second day),^°. — The painful place in the cheek feels as if swollen 
and suppurating, but the swelling is not visible (fourteenth day),'''\ — The 
skin is painful to touch on the left side just above the eyebrow,""". — Itching- 
biting of the right cheek ; after rubbing it appears in the le$; cheek (after 
half an hour),'". — Feeling of tingling in the arms (second day),™. — Ting- 
ling and creeping in the feet, as after a long march,". — The crawling and 
itching became intolerable,". — Transient crawling in the forehead,"'. — 
[2110,] Crawling in the frontal eminences at short intervals,". — Crawling 
in the tip of the nose,"'. — Crawling and itching in the scrotum, lasting three 
or four minutes, with urgent desire to urinate,"'. — Crawling in the right hand, 
and after half an hour in the perineum,"'. — Crawling in the right thumb,"'. — 
Crawling in the last joints of the right toes,"'. — Itching in the middle of 
the forehead, relieved by scratching (after one hour and a quarter),". — • 
Itching above the left eye, relieved by scratching (after one hour and 
three-quarters),'". — Itching of the left upper lid, disappearing on scratching 
(after half an hour),'". — Itching of the outer ear, relieved by scratching 
(after three-quarters of an hour),'".- — [2120.] Itching of the right ear,"'. — 
Itching in the right concha,". — Itching in the left side of the nose, 
relieved. by scratching (after three-quarters of an hour),'". — Itching of 
the tip of the nose,"' *l — Itching on the skiu of the face,"'". — Itching 
here and there in the face, only while sitting, in the afternoon,". — Itch- 
ing, now here, now there, in the face and head, seldom relieved by scratch- 
ing, at 2 P.M.,'". — Itching in the right corner of the mouth, relieved by 
scratching (after one hour),'". — Itching above the upper lip, relieved by 
scratching, after supper,'". — Itching on the abdomen,"'. — [2130.] Itching 
of the skin of the abdomen, chest, and along the left ribs,"'. — Itching ou 
the scrotum,'". — Itching of the right nipple, where it, indeed, disappeared 
on scratching, reappeared on the zygoma, then in the left nipple, then above 
the left temple, where it finally disappeared on scratching (after half an 


hour),". — Itching in the, right side of the neck, relieved by scratching, but 
returning (after one hour and a half),". — Itching of the coccyx,". — Itch- 
ing on the outer surface of the right upper arm, relieved by scratching 
(after one hour and a quarter),". — Itching in the palm of the hand, and 
on the right thumb, only relieved by scratching ; after a long time returns 
more severe than ever (after one hour),". — Itching in the left palra,^^ 
^Itching on the ungual phalanx of the right middle finger, in the bend 
of the joint (after one hour and a half),". — Itching of the second joint of 
the left middle finger,". — [3140.] Itching in the ball of the last phalanx 
of the left middle finger, only relieved by rubbing a long time, while walk- 
ing in the open air (after three-quarters of an hour),". — Itching on the hips, 
as if sweat would break out (when walking), although the weather was 
quite cool (after four hours),*l — Itching of the skin of the right lower leg, 
so that several, places were scratched sore,''* — Itching on the outer surface 
of the left lower leg, relieved by scratching (after three-quarters of an 
hour),". — Itching on the left tibia; the place burns after scratching, at 
6.30 P.M.," — Itching on the inner surface of the right calf, not relieved by 
scratching, at 5 p.m.,". — Itching on the right ankle, and afterwards on the 
left,". — Itching below the ball of the left foot, with sticking beneath the 
little toe,^'. — Itching on the back of the left foot (third day),". — Itching in 
the sole of the right foot," — [2150.] Itching in the left toes,". — Itching at 
the base of the left toes, relieved by scratching (after one hour and three- 
quarters),". — Transient stitching in the glans,'^'. — Slight itching of the vulva 
(second day),". — Much itching of the skin of the back, calves, and tibise,'*. 
■ — Violent itching of the scrotum (third day),". — Violent itching on the 
back of the right hand near the joint of the third finger,". — Violent itch- 
ing of the calves and tibise, also of the back, forearms, and sides, from the 
hips to the axillse, especially in the afternoon and towards evening, so vio- 
lent that I scratched my calves sore,'^ — Burning-itching in the right cheek 
near the ear,".— Burning-itching on the anterior side of the left hip-joint 
(after ten minutes),'. — [2160.] Painful sticking-itching in a small spot on 
the outer side of the left arm just above the wrist (second day),". — Corro- 
sive itching on the arms and legs obliges him to scratch," 

Sleep and Dreams. — Sleejjiness. Yawning,". — Yawning, as if 
he had not slept enough (after half an hour),". — Yawning, stretching, 
sleepiness, as after being awake all night,''. — Prequent yawning,^' ^^ ; (half 
an hour),'*'*; (third hour),'*; (first day),"; (second day),"''; (fourteenth 
day),". — Frequent yawning for an hour and a half (after half an hour),".^ 
Frequent yawning and stretching, with disinclination to work (after one 
hour),*". — Frequent yawning and eructations of air (eighth day),'*. — Fre- 
quent yawning, with pain in the sternum, just above the pit of the stom- 
ach,'™. — [2170.] Constant yawning, for ten minutes,*'. — Excessive repeated 
yawning, after which the pain in the forehead was relieved, in the. evening 
(fourteenth day),". — Frequent stretching and yawning (fifth day),'^ — 
*Sleepiness,'''' '*, etc. ; (after fifteen minutes),". — Sleepiness at 10 a.m.,". — 
Sleepiness in the afternoon,". — Sleepiness in the evening (first day),'" ". — 
Sleepiness early in the evening, followed by sound sleep in the night,". — 
The eyes will close from sleepiness (after one hour and a half),". — Great 
sleepiness an hour after dinner (second day),". — [2180.] Great sleepiness 
towards evening ; when she awoke she immediately fell asleep again (third 
day),". — *FrequeiiUy sleepy through the day,*'. — Desire for sleep,*'. — Incli- 
nation to sleep, with great weariness (after half an hour),'*. — Sleepy indo- 
lence, with yawning and stretching, throughout the day,". — Drowsiness 


about 2 P.M., as on the two preceding days (third day)/l — About 2 p.m. 
another attack of drowsiness, but of shorter duration and less intense than 
that of the day before (second day),*'. — Slight drowsiness about 2 p.m. (sec- 
ond day),*". — Such great drowsiness, even when walldng in the open air, that 
she feels like falling asleep in the street; this state. lasts about half an hour 
(after six hours and a quarter),*". — Fell asleep sooner, and slept more 
quietly than usual (curative effect?), (first day),*l — [2190.] She fell asleep 
while sitting during the heat, but during the chill she was again awake, lasting 
two hours (second da3'■),^^ — She sleeps from 7 to 9 p.m., sitting on the sofa,^'- 
— Sleep from 1 to 6 p.m. and from 7J p.m. to 5 a.m. (he usually slept only 
a quarter of an hour in the afternoon and in the evening from 8 till 10, 
when he drank his milk, and then slept till 5), (third day),'^l — Sound sleep 
at night, with sweat towards morning,*^ — Quiet night ; no dreams (first 
day),*". — Very quiet night (fourth and sixth days),*". — Passed a perfectly 
good night ; sleep sound and dreamless (third day),**. — Sleeplessness, 
Desire to lie down after eating, without being able to sleep; he started up 
several times from this slumber, and as he rose up from it the headache 
was worse,*. — After going to bed at 10 o'clock was unable to sleep before 
12, and then slept till morning,". — Loss of sleep till after 11 o'clock,". — 
[2200.] She was unable to fall asleep for a long time, afterwards good 
sleep,". — Restless sleep,*" °l — Uneasy sleep before midnight, and waking 
with sweat at 5 a.m.,'^ — Uneasy sleep, with tossing about and confused 
dreams,^^ — Uneasy sleep, full of dreams,'. — Uneasy, sleep, with dreams of 
dying, of a funeral, and of a wedding,^^ — Uneasy sleep; dream of being 
a soldier, with anxiety on account of it, so that my wife awoke me on ac- 
count of my weeping,''^ — Uneasy sleep, without special drearas,l — Uneasy 
sleep, with frequent waking; dreams of many symptoms, which could not 
be remembered in the morning (eighth day),". — Very uneasy sleep, with 
constant waking, with excessive sweat, which appeared during sleep and 
continued in the morning, even on waking,*. — [2210.] Frequent waking at 
night, with confusion of mind ; she could not collect her ideas (first night),^^ 
— Frequent waking at night, with pains in the throat, aggravated by swal- 
lowing (first night),^*. — Awoke frequently before midnight ; after midnight 
slept quietly (first day),'^. — Frequent sudden starting up from sleep, in the 
night (third day),". — Awoke unusually early, at 4 p.m., with slight twitch- 
ing here and there in the muscles (second day),'". — No sleep, the whole 
day (second dsij),'^. — Dreams. Many dreams (first night),". — Sleep full 
of dreams,''^ — Many dreams and sweat towards morning,'^ — Many dreams 
at night, not remembered (second day),™. — [2220,] Disconnected dreams 
(first night),^l — Confused dreams, without being anxious (fifth day),". — 
Sleep full of confused dreams (first night),*". — Lively dreamSj'^l — Sleep, 
with dreams of the occupations of the day,". — Dreams of journeys,". — 
Vivid dreams about a journey, of which the minutest circumstances were 
remembered on waking (third day),". — Voluptuous dream (second night)," 
— Dreamed that she had great lice upon the shoulder, and thought for a 
long time about whence they came,". — Dreams of falling and bloody 
wounds,'".— [2230.] Anxious dreams of being killed," — Dreams of corpses 
during the night (second night),^l — Dreams of funerals and corpses,™. — 
Dreams of being buried alive,**. 

Fever.— Chilliness. Skin cool and dry,*^— The skin of the whole 
body is cold to the touch in spite of a very warm room (third day),*°.^ 
Shivering (soon after 5 drops),*" ; (fifteen minutes),'".— Shivering (after fif- 
teen minutes),".— Shivering over the whole body, with unchanged warmth 


of it,'. — Shivering throughout the whole body, with unchanged warmth of 
it, without thirst (after three hours),". — [2240.] Transient shivering over 
the whole body (after three-quarters of an hour),''. — Slight shivering (iirst 
night),". — Cold shiverings, as if dashed with cold water (after three hours),'''^ 
— Cold shivering over the whole body several times in succession, where- 
upon the confusion of the head is relieved (after one hour and a half),". — 
Chills in the afternoon about 2 o'clock, as if dashed with cold water, alter- 
nating with dry heat, especially in the face, with constantly cold feet (sec- 
ond day),'^°. — Chill towards evening, with chattering of the teeth, cold 
hands and feet,'*^ — Chill, with headache, constriction of the chest, and 
nausea (nineteenth day),". — Chill, with nausea; great oppression of the 
chest (eighteenth day),*l — Violent attack of chill at 4 p.m., with general 
sick feeling,™''. — Shaking chill in the evening, lasting a quarter of an 
hour,™^— [2250.] Shaking chill (with cold hands) over the whole body,'.^ 
Shaking chill half an hour before supper, lasting several minutes (fourth 
day),'*. — Shaking chill for several minutes, on lying down in the evening 
(fifth day),'". — Shaking chill always on going out into the open air, without 
coldness (in the summer), which did not cease until he came into the room 
(for two days),*. — Shaking chill at 6 p.m., lasting a quarter of an hour, 
with shivering, chattering of the teeth, as if ice-cold water were dashed 
over the body, followed by severe heat, chiefly in the whole head (fourth 
day),'''*. — Shaking chill with nausea, without eructations (after a quarter of 
an hour;,'. — While lying in bed in the evening, he was attacked with a 
severe shaking chill, which lasted nearly an hour, with external warmth 
of the whole body, though with gooseflesh, followed by a swea.t which lasted 
the whole night (after thirty-eight hours),*. — Chilliness,'^— Chilliness (after 
half an hour),^'^; (second and third days),". — Chilliness in general (ninth 
day),'". — [2260.] Chilliness, with cold feet, on waking in the morning (fifth 
day),"^— Chilliness in the afternoon,'^— Chilliness at 4 p.m., lasting a few 
minutes, followed by heat, lasting a quarter of an hour (ninth day),'^^— 
Chilliness about 4 o'clock, lasting a quarter of an hour, followed by heat, 
especially in the head, with coldness of the lower legs, lasting two hours 
(sixth day),'*.— Chilliness at 5 p.m.,'".— Chilliness towards 6 p.m.,'^— Chil- 
liness at 8 p.m.,".— Chilliness increased at 10.30 p.m., in the bed, which was 
thoroughly warmed, with chattering of the teeth for half an hour, followed 
by sound sleep,". — Chilliness and shivering in the night, on waking, with 
trembling and heaviness in the knees (fourth day),'*.— Chilliness, after 
drinking (fifth day),™.— [2270.] Chilliness, with chattering of the teeth, 
about 7 and 8 p.m.,".— Chilliness and cold sensation over the whole body, 
lasting till noon, for two hours (first day),".— Internal and external chilli- 
ness,'".— Slight chilliness (seventh day),".— Severe chilliness, so that I was 
obliged to stand by a hot stove in order to get warm (after one hour),'".— 
Constant chilliness (thirteenth day),'''".— Incessant chilliness in the evening, 
on account of which he went to bed, but with the feet on a hot stove he 
was only able to get warm at 10 p.m., after three hours,'"".— Sudden chilli- 
ness,*''.— Coldne.'^s, lasting two hours in the eveuing,'"".- Coldness of the 
whole body (after seven hours),'''.- [2280.] Coldness of the whole body, 
especially just below the umbilical region (second day),".— Coldness of the 
whole body, especially of the hands and feet,".— Sensation of coldness in 
the whole body, without diminished temperature,".— Sensation of coldness, 
especially in the hands and feet, at 1 p.m.,'"".- Sensation of general cold- 
ness, especially in the hands and feet,'"''.— Diminished warmth,'.— She was 
unable to get warm in bed, even with warm coverings (after seven hours),". 


—Desired to have the room very hot ; heat was very agreeable to her (after 
ten hours),''^ — Sense of coldness in the occiput, rising from the neck (after 
one hour and a half),". — Feeling of coldness in the nose (after half an 
hour),". — [2290.] Great coldness of the face ; the cheeks are pale and feel 
quite cold, for two hours,'''. — Sensation of coldness at the pit of the stom- 
ach,'™^ — Coldness of the abdomen (ninth day),'^ — Coldness in the abdomen, 
on drinking water, which had never been the case before (sixth day),"''. — 
Sensatioii of coldness in the bowels (after half an hour),'l — An unusual 
sensation of coldness in the intestines, on drinking water, in the afternoon 
(fourth day),''''. — Shivering and creeping down the back,'l — Chilliness in 
the back (after two hours),''. — A cold sensation extends from the spine 
along the seventh and eighth ribs forward to the sternum, more on the 
right side than on the left (eighth day),^\ — Creeping shivering from the 
neck down the back, in the afternoon (fourth day),''^ — [2300.] Creepings 
in the back (after two hours),''. — Cold creepings between the shoulders 
(sixth day),'l— Very great coldness in the back, lasting five minutes, with 
cold hands, lasting nearly an hour (second hour after 100 drops),'*. — Ex- 
tremities felt cold (after seven hours),^^ — Arms and legs rather colder than 
usual, especially towards evening,'^ — Cold tips of the fingers and cold feet,". 
• — Coldness of the hands and feet (second morning),'". — Coldness of the 
feet and tips, of the fingers,". — ^Sensation of coldness in the upper arm 
(seventeenth day),". — Cold hands (after two hours and three-quarters),**. — 
[2310.] Shivering in the hands, which are warmer than usual (after a 
quarter of an hour),'. — Sensation of coldness in the lower extremities (third 
day),'°. — She was unable to sleep, in the evening, in bed, on account of a 
stiffening of the lower extremities by cold, in spite of a warm bed (second 
night),"'. — Coldness in the lower legs,'"; (eleventh day),". — The lower legs 
feel cold (tenth day),'". — Cold sensation in the skin of the inner side of the 
right calf; this extended up into the popliteal space, feeling as though the 
place were laid bare (after a quarter of an hour),"*. — Sensation of icy cold- 
ness in the calves and soles (tenth day),®. — Coldness of the feet, espe- 
cially of the left (fifth day),'". — '* Cold feet (after one hour and a half),'"; 
(third day),'*'.— Cold feet towards evening (third day),'^— [2320,] Cold 
feet, followed by hot, burning feet (seventh day),''. — Feet icy cold (after 
three hours),''. — The right foot and as far up as the knee is icy cold, with 
sensation of coldness in it, while the other foot and all the rest of the body 
have their usual warmth, and the veins of the hands and arms are swollen 
(after three hours and a half),*. — Feeling of coldness in the toes,". — 
Meat. Pungent heat of skin,*'. — At night, a little dry heat of the skin 
(third day),*". — Heat (soon after),". — Heat and anxiety from 5 to 7 a.m. 
(second day),". — Heat, without thirst, in the evening after lying down 
(third day),".' — Heat over the whole body (after a quarter of an hour),". — 
[2330.] Heat over the whole body, with restlessness and lameness of the 
legs, the whole day,".^Heat, especially of the eyes and cheeks,". — Heat, 
with sensation as if the hairs stood on end,". — Alternating heat and chilli- 
ness, with thirst for breyhahn,t towards evening (first day),'". — Dry heat 
over the whole body, which developed into a fever ; pulse full and hard 
(first day),".— ^General dry heat, with pulse 100 to 110, at 4 p.m.; ears 
cold,". — Sensation of heat over the whole body (after a quarter of an 
hour),'".— Sensation of heat over the whole body, especially in the face and 
hands,".— Warmth and uneasiness of the body,''.— He is warm all over ; 

f A very frothy weiss beer withuiit hops. 


he feels the warmth over the epigastric region (after four hours)/". — [2340.] 
Increased warmth the whole day, mostly in the soles of the feet, where she 
sweats, with a cold skin (second morning),'^ — Increased warmth of the 
whole body (first night),®. — Increased warmth of the whole body, espe- 
cially of the palms of the hands, whence the warmth seems to spread, not 
in the feet, at 6 p.m.,". — Generally increased warmth, with profuse sweat, 
on waking in the morning (fourth day),'*^— Great, though only internal, 
warmth of the whole body, at 1 p.m.,". — Very great warmth and full pulse, 
in the afternoon (fourth day),'". — An agreeable warmth over the whole 
body, in the afternoon (third day),"". — Sensation of warmth over the whole 
body (soon),''. — Sensation of warmth through the whole body, with oppres- 
sion (eighth day),". — Sensation of increased warmth through the whole 
body (fourth day),'". — [2350.] Sensation of great internal warmth of the 
body, with somewhat moist forehead, at 4 p.m. (after four hours),". — In- 
creased sensation of warmth over the whole body, except in the lower limbs, 
but without increased warmth of the skin (after two hours),". — At one 
time he had a sensation of warmth over the whole bod}^ at another a sen- 
sation of coldness; frequent alternations of this kind in different limbs 
(after eighteen hours),^ — The fever reappeared on the third and fourth 
days, but weaker than on the first and second, at the same time in the 
afternoon,"'. — Increased warmth of the head, only internal (after one hour 
and a quarter),". — Heat of the head,"** "" ; (after a quarter of an hour)," ; 
(second day),*"= ; (third day)," ; (fourth day),'".— Heat in the head all day,". 
— Increased heat of the head after taking simple beer,"'. — Flushes of heat 
in the head, without external heat and without sweat, at 6 p.m.,'". — Much 
heat in tlie head (after two hours),"'. — [2360.] Glowing heat over the whole 
head (after three hours),^l — Heat and sweat of the forehead,'^ — Hot fore- 
head, with headache,". — Burning in the forepart of the forehead,"'. — Burn- 
ing in the skin of the temple near the left eye,". — Sensation of heat in the 
left side of the head,'". — Sensation of heat, extending from the left ear over 
the left half of the head (after ten minutes),'^. — Burning above the eye- 
brow, extending to the temple, and then acrossto the forehead, and to the 
vertex, with pressure deep in the brain, worse toward evening, at 9 a.m. 
(seventh day),'^*. — Heat in the lids,". — Heat and burning in the ears, fore- 
head, the tip of the nose, and cheek-bones,"'. — [2370.] Burning in the tips 
of the ears,"'. — Burning of the tip of the ears and coldness of the tip of 
the nose,"'. — Burning of the tips of the ears, with red cheeks,"'.-^Heat of 
the nose,"'. — Heat of the face,"'; (after three hours),"*. — Heat in the face, 
at 4 A.M. (third day),"". — Heat in the face, in the evening (second day),"". 
— Heat in the face, with burning in the back, lasting two hours (soon after 
20 drops),"*. — Alternations of heat in the face, with red cheeks and chilli- 
ness (after half an hour),'''l — Heat of the face continues for half an hour 
(after three hours),". — [2380.] Heat of the whole face; redness and burn- 
ing of the cheeks (third day),". — Increased heat of face (5 to 15 drops),**. 
— Glowing heat of the face (second morning),^-. — Flushes of heat in the 
face,"'. — Flushes of heat in the face, at 2 p.m. (fourteenth day),**. — Alter- 
nating heat and redness of the face,*l — Burning, as from nettles, in the 
whole face, excepting the "forehead, in the evening (first day),'■'^ — Peculiar 
burning, with increased redness of the face (10 to 60 grains after three 
hours),"". — Heat in the cheeks,*^ — Heat in both cheeks, for half an hour, 
towards 4 p.m. (fourth day),''*. — [2390.] Heat and redness of the cheeks 
in the morning (after two hours),"". — Heat of the cheeks, with red swollen 
face (fourth day),"'. — Heat in the cheeks, with burning in the eyes,*". — Burn- 


ing heat in the left cheek (after four hours),''*. — Burning in the cheeks,". — 
Burning and redness of the left cheek (after nine hours),'''. — Burning of 
the cheeks, a dark-red circumscribed color on the cheeks (second morning),''''. 
— Burning, with heat and redness, of the cheeks,". — Heat rising from the 
chest into the larynx, lasting one hour (after ten minutes),"*. — Burning in 
the left lumbar and sacral regions (after a quarter of an hour),". — [2400.] 
Heat and swelling of the hands (after a quarter of an hour),'". — Sensation 
of heat on the back of the hand (first day),". — Hands burning hot, swollen 
as far as half the forearm (fourth day),"*. — Burning in the palms of the 
hands (after one hour),'^. — Suffered less than usual from cold feet,''. — 
Sweat. Sweat, especially in the palms of the hands (first day),''. — Breaks 
into a sweat on the appearance of the pains,'*. — Sweat immediately after 
lying down (fourth day),"". — Night-sweat,*"'". — *Sii<eat during the night, 
especially toivards morning ^^. — [2410.] * Sweat in the morning,^. — *Siveat 
every morning for the last five weeks during the proving,''''. — *Sweat during 
the morning sleep,". — Sweat, on waking from sleep,*" ; (second day),". — 
Waking with slight sweat at 4 A.M.,'^ — Sweat, in the morning on waking, 
after anxious dreams,". — Slight sweat at 4 a.m. (third day),'". — General 
slight sweat during sleep (fourth night),"*. — General slight sweat, in the 
morning (ninth day),". — Awoke in the morning with general slight sweat 
(third day),". — [2420.] General slight sweat, with normal pulse, on wak- 
ing in the morning (fifth day),'". — General slight sweat, on waking the 
second time in the morning,'". — Unusual sweat, in the morning on waking 
(fourth day),'". — Skin dry ever since the proving,"'. — Dry skin, without 
increased heat (seventh day),*^ — Sweat on the forehead (first night),"".— 
Sweat in the axillse,"'. — Sweat on the upper part of the body from morning 
till afternoon (after 30 drops),"'. — Feet constantly dry (instead of the former 
customary sweat on them),*". 

Conditions. — Aggravation.^ (Ifornmjr), After rising, anxiety; on 
waking, fretful, etc. ; after rising, dizzy, etc. ; heaviness of head ; on rising,, 
headache ; pain in forehead ; at 4 o'clock, headache in forehead, etc. ; after 
rising, headache in forehead; on waking, eyes swollen, etc. ; on waking, 
burning of eyes, etc.; on waking, pain in eye; after rising, burning in lids, 
etc. ; eyes foggy, etc. ; eye agglutinated ; on waking, burning-itching in 
lids ; on waking, sight dim ; stopped coryza ; on waking, stopped coryza ; 
on waking, blood from nose, etc. ; pain through incisors; taste of blood ;, 
on waking, irritation in throat ; on waking, sore throat ; affection of throat ; 
at breakfast, less appetite ; immediately after rising, urging to stool ; hoarse- 
ness ; after waking and on rising, cough ; much cough ; on waking, pres- 
sure upon chest ; at 4 o'clock, oppression of chest ; at 4 o'clock, stitches in 
side; palpitation; on waking, pain in nape of neck, etc.; soon after 4 
o'clock, drawing in back, etc.; on waking, at 4 o'clock, pain in scapula; 
on moving, pain in small of back ; on rising, stitches in region of kidneys ; 
after rising, weariness of the limbs ; on rising, pain in left arm ; immedi- 
ately after waking, cramp in fingers ; weariness ; on waking, weariness, etc. ; 
after uneasy sleep, weakness ; spots on face ; on waking, chilliness, etc. ; at 
4 o'clock, heat in face ; sweat; during sleep, sweat ; on waking at 4 o'clock, 
sweat ; general sweat. — (Forenoon), On coming from the open air into the 
room, headache ; towards noon, pressive headache ; headache in occiput ; 
sensation in eyes, etc. ; bleeding of gum ; urging to stool, etc. ; at 8 o'clock, 
thin stool ; at 9 o'clock, pain in angle of scapula ; tearing in upper arm ;, 
sweat on upper part of body. — (Noon), Symptoms generally returned, ex- 
cept chill, etc. ; after dinner, tearing in forehead ; semiliquid stool. — {After- 

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noon), Pain more continuous, etc.; out of humor, etc.; confusion of head, 
etc.; towards evening, confusion of head, etc.; from 3 to 3.30 o'clock, dull 
head ; headache ; towards evening, headache ; towards evening, dull head- 
ache ; pressive headache ; at 4.30 o'clock, heaviness in forehead ;• on stoop- 
ing, pain in forehead ; towards evening, headache in forehead ; pain in 
forehead ; stitches in parietal bone ; tension in side of nose ; at 5 o'clock, 
redness of face, etc. ; towards evening, toothache ; tearing in left teeth ; 
tearing from ear into teeth ; towards evening, irritation of throat ; towards 
evening, pressure in pit of stomach ; while writing, during inspiration, and 
while bending the body, stitch in side ; pain in hepatic region ; till 6 o'clock, 
pain across umbilicus ; from 3 to 4 o'clock, pains in navel ; at 1.30 o'clock, 
moving, etc., in intestines ; pressure, etc., in abdomen ; pain above pubis ; 
dragging, etc., upon rectum ; diarrhoea ; pasty stools ; from 4 to 9 o'clock, 
pain in kidney ; turbid urine ; towards evening, pressure in region of 
larynx ; towards evening, paroxysms of coughing ; dyspnoea; pains in chest; 
at 6 o'clock, oppression of chest ; at 1.30 o'clock, beatings under top of 
sternum; ribs painful to touch; about 1.30 o'clock, pain in side of chest; 
at 2 o'clock, stitches in side of thorax ; palpitation, etc.; towards evening, 
attack of palpitation ; at 1 o'clock, periodic palpitation ; pain in neck, etc.; 
towards evening, pain into lower ribs ; pain in cervical vertebrae ; while 
sitting, tension in side of neck ; pain in back, etc. ; drawing between shoul- 
ders ; while sitting, stitches between shoulder-blades ; pain in shoulders, 
etc.; during rest, stitches in shoulder-joint; tearing in shoulder; swell- 
ing of legs ; pain in hips ; while sitting, burning in calf; at 3 o'clock, 
sticking in instep ; on waking, increased warmth, etc. ; towards evening, 
chill, etc. ; towards evening, arms, etc., colder ; towards evening, cold feet ; 
towards evening, burning above eyebrow, etc.; weariness, etc.; stitches in 
skin, etc.; drowsiness; chills, etc.; at 4 o'clock, attack of chill, etc.; at 6 
o'clock, shaking chill; chilliness; at 4 o'clock, chilliness, etc. ; at 5 o'clock, 
chilliness ; at 6 o'clock, chilliness ; at 1 o'clock, sensation of coldness ; 
on drinking water, sensation of coldness in intestines ; cold sensation 
along ribs ; shivering down back ; at 5 o'clock, increased warmth ; at 1 
o'clock, warmth of body ; great warmth, etc. ; agreeable warmth ; at 4 
o'clock, sensation of warmth, etc. ; fever ; at 2 o'clock, flushes of heat in 
face ; towards 4 o'clock, heat in cheeks. — {Evening), During and after 
sleep, fancies ; anxiety ; pressive headache ; pain in forehead ; pressure in 
temples ; occiput painful ; at 7 o'clock, sensation in eye ; when reading 
by artificial light, pain above eye ; pressive pain in left eye ; from 6 to 
8 o'clock, pain in left side of face; after going to bed, pain in upper jaw; 
swollen lips ; after going to sleep, pain in jaws ; in bed, pain in upper teeth ; 
at dinner, all food tastes bad ; no appetite for supper ; thirst ; passage of 
much flatus; pains in walls of abdomen ; cutting in abdomen ; pain above 
pubis ; urging to stool ; bronchial catarrh ; pain around thorax ; in bed, 
oppression of chest ; after lying down, palpitation ; drawing in back ; pain 
in left scapula ; at 8 o'clock, pain in last lumbar vertebrae ; in bed, on mo- 
tion, pain in lumbar vertebra ; drawing, etc., upon shoulder ; stiffness of 
wrist ; when walking, pain in knee-joint ; on walking, pain in lower legs ; 
tension in calf; drawing in left lower leg; in bed, pain in toes; from 10 
to 11.30 o'clock, general excitement of body; restlessness; stitches in 
skin; yawning; shaking chill; while lying in bed, shaking chill, etc. ; at 8 
o'clock, chilliness ; at 10.30 o'clock, chilliness ; about 7 and 8 o'clock, 
chilliness, etc. ; coldness ; lower extremities stiff with cold ; after lying 
down, heat ; heat in face ; burning in face. — {Nighf), Crying out ; crying ; 


anxiety, etc.; stupefaction; on frequent waking, confusion; headache; 
in bed, before going to sleep, beating in temples, etc.; dizzy heaviness 
on top of head; occiput feels heavy; pressure in eyelids; pressure in jaw- 
bone; toothache; in bed, before going to sleep, throbbing in throat, etc.; 
diarrhoea-like stools; paroxysms of cough, etc.; at 11 o'clock, while 
urinating, asthmatic attack, etc. ; on waking, chilliness, etc. ; dry heat ; 
sweat. — {Before midnight), In bed, restlessness ; uneasy sleep ; awoke fre- 
quently. — (Midnight), Pain in chest, etc. — (After midnight). Oppression 
of chest, etc. ; towards morning, many dreams, etc. ; sweat. — ( Ojjen air), 
Pressive headache ; shaking chill. — (In bed), Pain behind and above ear ; 
passage of much flatus. — (Beer), Heat of head; waving in brain, etc. — 
(Bending thorax towards left side). Pain between right ribs. — (Bending 
arm), Pain in elbow. — (Bending knee). Drawing in knee. — -(Bending body 
backwards), PainS in back. — (Bending body forwards), Pains in chest. — 
(Blowing nose), Pressive headache ; pain in chest. — (Breathing), Choking 
sensation in throat. — (Chewing), Pain in teeth. — (On closing eyes), Yertigo ; 
surging, etc., in ears. — (Coughing), Fiessive headache; stitches in head; 
hearing vanishes ; pain in abdomen ; stitches in thorax ; soreness in lung. 
— (After dinner). Immediately, vertigo, etc. ; difficult breathing ; on inspi- 
ration, pressure on chest ; weariness. — (Drawing abdomen together). Pains 
in abdominal walls. — (After drinking). Chilliness. — (After eatirig). Imme- 
diately, cutting in intestines. — (On expiration). Oppression of chest. — (In- 
doors), Cough. — (Inspiration), Sensation in fauces ; joains in chest; pain 
behind sternum ; pain in sternum ; stitches in region of heart ; pain in 
scapulae ; pain about angle of scapula ; stitches below scapula. — (Deep in- 
spiration), Pain in pit of stomach ; tension about base of thorax ; pains in 
ribs, etc.; stitches in side of thorax; soreness in left lung; painfulness of 
neck. — (Lamplight), Pains in eyes. — ( On looking up). Aching in eyeballs. 
— (Lying down). Tension, etc., in zygoma; pain in epigastric region; im- 
mediately, sweat. — (Motion), Pain in palate, etc. ; pains in chest ; pain in 
side ; stitches in side of thorax ; pains in left side ; pains in left chest, etc. ; 
pains in cervical vertebrae ; pain in back ; pain in vertebrce ; pain below 
left scapula ; pain in lumbar vertebrse, etc. ; pains in region of kidneys ; 
pain in sacrum; pain in right shoulder; pain in knee-joint. — (Moving 
head),F&\n in cervical vertebrse. — (On moving eyes), Aching in eyeballs. — 
(Moving mouth). Toothache. — (Moving arm). Pain in sacrum ; pressure in 
shoulder ; pain in deltoid muscle, etc. — (Pressure), Pressure in stomach ; 
cutting in epigastric, etc., regions; pain in cervical vertebrse; sore pain in 
vertebrse ; pain in lumbar, etc., vertebrse ; pain in metacarpal bones. — 
(Pressing on gum). Pain in back teeth. — (Pressing tongue against left side 
of palate while swallowing). Pain in fauces.— (iJawngr arm'). Especially the 
right, pain in neck. — (iJe/erfiMj'), Dizziness, etc. — (Rest),Ya.m\n shoulder; 
pains in joints of lower extremities. — (On risiMj'), Vertigo, etc. ; headache. 
— (On rising from bed). Vertigo, etc. — (On rising from chair). Pain in hip. 
— (On rising from stoopmjr). Fluent coryza ; pain in back. — (Rubbing), 
Burning in eyelids, etc. — (Scratching), Pain in spots on skin. — (Sitting), 
Stitches in side; kind of paralysis, etc., in knee, etc.; pain in ankle. — ((Sii- 
im^ 6eji<), Pressure in back. — (On sitting up in bed), Yert\go.— (During 
sleep). General sweat. — (Smoking), Cardialgia. — (Sneezing), Pain in chest ; 
soreness in left lung. — ( While speaking). Pain in teeth, etc. — (Attempting 
to step), Cramp in sole. — (Stepping), Pain in knee. — (After stool), Constric- 
tion of anus. — (Stooping), Tressive headache; pain in chest; pain in back. 
— (After supper), Pain in parietal bone. — (Empty swallowing), Stitches in 


tonsils. — (When taken up and carried), Child cries frequently. — (Touch), 
Pain in temple ; pain in face ; pain in pit of stomach ; pain in angle of 
scapulae; pain in shoulder, etc.; pains in thighs. — (Turning head), Draw- 
ing pain in neck. — ■(Onwaking), HeaYineas of head ; dryness of throat; 
sweat. — ( Walking), Ringing in ear ; sensation in stomach ; difficult respi- 
ration ; palpitation; stitches in lumbar region; pain in thighs; pain in 
knee ; pain in hollow of knee ; ankle painful, — (Fast walking). Headache 
in vertex ; pain in chest. — ( Warm food). Toothache. — ( Warmth), Stopped 
coryza ; toothache. — ( While ivriting). Hands tremble. 

jimel to ration. — (Toivards evening), Symptoijis disappear; improve- 
ment ; all symptoms except confusion of head disappear. — (Evening), All 
pains except headache disappear ; on waking from a nap, headache. — 
(Open air.). Relief; feels well; indolence, etc. — (Bending body forward). 
Pain in small of back. — (Standing bent over), Pain in anus. — (Closing 
eyes). Headache ; sensation across forehead ; sensation in eyes ; pain in 
eyes; pain in left eye. — (Cold air), Toothache. — (Cold water). Tooth- 
ache. — -(Grasping calf). Cramp in sole. — (After dinner), Symptoms re- 
lieved. — (Eating), Headache between eyebrows ; sensation in stomach. — 
(On becoming erect). Pressure in back. — (Eructations), Nausea; pains in 
chest ; pressure in stomach. — (After evacuation). Of a light-colored, etc., 
stool, general relief — (Lying down in bed), Nausea. — (Lying on left side 
with legs drawn up), Pain in stomach. — (Lying on stomach). Pain in kid- 
neys. — ( When lying on the part), Stitching in right temple disappears. — 
(Passage of flatus), Pain in stomach. — (Pressure), *Tearing in forehead. — 
(Rubbing), Sensation in hand ; pain from wrist to finger. — (Rubbing soles), 
Headache. — (Scratching), Itching of skin. — (After supper), Pains in ribs 
cease. — (Swallowing), Pain in fauces. 


Chenopodium anthelminticum, Linn. Natural order, Chenopodiacese ; 
Common Jiame, Wormseed. 

Preparation, Trituration of the seeds. 

Authority. Dr. Jeanes, Raue's Record, 1872, p. 30. 

Pains through the breast, uuder the right scapula, and in the right 
shoulder. — Pain in the head and eyes ; neuralgia. — * The slight dull pain 
a little lower than the inferior angle of the right scajmla, but nearer the spine 
has been proved to be important, (jeanes.) 


Chenopodium vulvaria, Linn. Nat. order, Chenopodiacese; Common 
names, Stinkender gausefuss, L'anserine fetide ; Synonym, Chenopodium 
olidum. Curt. 

The plant has an odor of decaying fish, and contains a large amount of 
Trimethylaraine (Propylamine). 

Preparation, Tincture of the entire plant. 

Authority. Berridge, proving on Mr. J. R. Croker with 30 to 40 grains 
of the extract a day tor three weeks, M. Horn. Rev., 15, 297. 

Increased action of bowels not amounting to actual diarrhoea, sometimes 
attended with griping. — Often constipation, the bowels not acting for three 


or four days, and then with difficulty; the constipation was accompanied 
with external piles. — After some time, a feeling in lower lobe of right lung, 
as if some fluid wanted to discharge itself into the region of the duodenum ; 
recurring frequently for several days. — Increased secretion of urine of offen- 
sive odor. — Increased sexual desire for ten to fourteen days, followed by 
considerable loss of sexual desire and erectile power, though the secreting 
power of the testicles was not diminished, but, if anything, increased. 
This disappeared in about three months. — Late in the proving, a painful 
feeling of weariness and weakness in the lumbar and lower dorsal region. 


Cichorium intybus, Linn. Nat. order, Compositse ; Common name, Chicory. 

Preparation, Trituration or tincture of the dried root. 

Authority. Cattell, " Provings," B. J. of H., 11, -520. 

General heaviness. — Drowsiness. — Headache. — Sensation of weight at 
stomach and great indisposition to bodily and mental exertion. — Want of 
energy. — Bowels relaxed. 


Chimaphila umbellata, Nutt. Nat. order, Ericacese ; Syno7iyms, Pyrola 
umbellata, Linn., Chimaphila corymbosa, Pursh ; Common names, Pipsis- 
sewa. Prince's Pine. 

Preparation, Tincture of whole plant when in flower. 

Authority. Dr. S. A. Jones, collection from various sources, Am. Obs., 
12, 300. 

In onecase of ague its diuretic operation was evident; the urine discharged 
was almost black ; it appeared as if a few drops of sulphate of iron had 
been put into an astringent infusion. 

Patient laboring under ascites took a strong infusion of the plant ; the 
following nights he voided more urine than he had in the three nights and 
days previous put together ; " the color of his water has changed from that 
of brickdust to the exact hue of the infusion drank" (that is, like green 

Organic disease of the liver. Tapping necessary ; took the infusion. 
" Its influence on the kidneys was apparent in two days, for the quantity 
of urine discharged in twenty-four hours amounted to two pints, and was 
soon increased to three and occasionally four pints; a decided effect was 
produced upon the stomach which we had not looked for, namely, an in- 
crease of appetite ; the strength improved daily, the countenance became 
less sallow, and the abdomen did not begin to fill for several weeks." 

A young man, who had drank a pint of the infusion, " would have slept 
well if he had not been constantly waked by calls to make water." 

An agreeable sensation was perceived in the stomach soon after taking 
it, followed in some instances by an extraordinary increase of appetite. 

It has produced sickness at the stomach, so that the patient could not 
continue its use. 

" A young woman, who took the extract, experienced great increase of 
appetite, as well as augmentation of the discharge of urine of a greenish 
color. She adds that at the same time she felt a most uncommon sensation 
in the small of her back in the region of the kidneys, sometimes on one side of 

182 CHINA. 

the spine, and sometimes on the other, as if something were fluttering within, 
without occasioning pain or uneasiness of any sort ; she has never experienced 
the same sensation since she left off taking the medicine." 

The bruised leaves, held to the fire until they were as hot as could be 
endured, were applied to a shoulder aifected with acute rheumatism for 
three hours. " The application produced great heat, irritation, and red- 
ness, followed by such sharp pain that profuse sweat over the whole body 


Cinchona officinalis. Hooker. Nat. order, Rubiacese ; Common names, 
China (Ch. hard). Quinquina, Cortex Peruvianus (Peruvian bark). 

Preparation, Tincture of the bark (or triturations). 

Authorities. 1, Hahnemann, E. A. M. L., 3; 2, Anton, ibid.; 3, Baehr, 
ibid.; 4, Becher, ibid.; 5, Clauss, ibid.; 6, Franz, ibid.; 7, Gross, ibid.; 8, 
Harnish, ibid.; 9, Hartmann, ibid.; 10, Hartung, ibid.; 11, Herrmann, 
ibid.; 12, Hornburg, ibid.; 13, Langhammer, ibid.; 14, Ch. F. Lehmanu, 
ibid.; 15, J. G. Lehmann, ibid.; 16, Meyer, ibid.; 17, Michler, ibid. ; 18, 
Stapf, ibid.; 19, Teuthorn, ibid.; 20, Wagner, ibid. ; 21, Walter, ibid.; 22, 
Wislicenus, ibid.; 23,f Alpinius, in Murray's App. Med., "general state- 
ment from observation ;" 24, Baglivus in Berger, q. v., " results of suppres- 
sion of intermittents by China;" 25, Baker, Med. Trans, iii, 162, "effects 
of Cinchona rubra ;" 26, Baner, Act. Med. Cur., Ill, 0, 70, " as Baglivus ;" 
27, Berger, Diss, de Cinch, ab iniquis judiciis vindicata, 1711, "all S. 
(save S. 262) mentioned only to reject them ;" 28, Bresl. Samuel, 1728, p. 
1066, " as Baglivus ;" 29, Cartheuser, Diss, de febr. interra. epid. Francof., 
1749, " as Baglivus ;" 30, Cleghorn, Diseases of Minorca, " effects of China 
in agues ;" 31, Criiger, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. Ill, ann. 3, " as Baglivus ;" 
32, Ettmuller, diss, de usu et abusu prsecip., " as Baglivus ;" 33, Fischer, 
in Hufel. Journ., iv, 652, "as Cleghorn ;" 34, Forney, Med. Ephera., 1, 2, 
" not obtainable ;" 35, Fothergill, works, " cannot find any such symptom;" 

36, Fiborg, Diss, de usu cort. Peruv., 1773, " physical effects of powder ;" 

37, Gesner, Samml. v. Beob, I, 244, " not obtainable ;" 38, Greding, Ludw. 
advers., I, 90, " effects of Hyoscyamiis," omitted ; 39, Hildebrand, Hufel. 
Journ., xiii, 1, 142, "as Cleghorn;" 40, Juncker et Fritze, Diss, de usu 
cort. Per., p. 26, " from China given in gangrene of foot, with Alkermes 
and syrup of Canella ;" 40a, Kreysig, Diss, de febr. quart., " not obtain- 
able ;" 406, Koker, " from China given in cold stage of ague ;" 41, Lem- 
precht, Act. Nat. Cur., II, 0, 129, " as Cleghorn ;" 42, May, Lond. Med. 
Journ., 1788, p. 273, " as Fiborg ;" 43, Morton, Opera, II, " observed effects 
of overdosing ;" 44, Murray, App. Med., " as Berger ;" 45, Pelargus, Obs. . 
I, 1, 72, "as Baglivus;" 46, Percival, Essays, vol. i, "as Fiborg;" 47, 
Quarin, Method. Med. febr., p. 23, " as Fiborg ;" 48, Eaulin, Obs. de Med., 
Paris, 1754, " not obtainable ;" 49, Richard, Recueil d'obs. de med., II, 
617, " as Baglivus ;" 50, Romberg, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. Ill, ann. 9, 10, 0, 
109, "as Cleghorn;" 51, Roschin, Ann. de Heilkunde, "not obtainable;" 
52, Schlegel, Hufel. Journ., vii, 4, 161, " as Cleghorn ;" 53, Stahl, in various 
works, " as Baglivus ;" 54, Sydenham, Works, I, " observed effect of China ;" 
55, A. Thompson, Med. Essays and Obs., iv, 11, 24, "as Baglivus;" 56, Thos. 
Thompson, Med. Observ., xxxvi, "as Baglivus;" 57, Waltl, proving with 

f Hahnemann's cited authorities, Nos. 23 to 56, revised by Dr. Hughes. 

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daily doses, increasing from 2 drachms to ^ ounce, A. H. Z., 20, 367 ; 58, 
Piper, eflfects of a clyster of 1 ounce of powdered bark, A. H. Z., 19, 202; 
59, Goez, effects of a strong infusion on a sound man, Kuss. Med. Zeit., 
1851 (from Z. f. Horn. Kl., 1, 117) (60 to 69, Jorg's provings, critical essays, 
No. 2, from B. J. of Horn., 24, 222) ; 60, Enders took daily doses, 18 to 
120 drops of tincture; 61, Hacker, same doses as last; 62, Franthman, 
same ; 63, Meurer, 2 drachms powder twice in one day ; 64, Steinback, as 
last ; 65, Kieman, as last ; 66, Guntz, as last ; 67, Meurer took within 
twelve hours and a half 16 ounces (in four doses) of tincture, prepared in 
proportion of one part cortex to six parts spirits vini ; 68, Sternback, 6 
ounces in four doses, as last ; 69, Guntz, as last ; 70, Robinson's provings, 
" a middle-aged female, gl. ;,'^th in 8 ounces water, teaspoouful each morn- 
ing," B. J. of Hom., 25, 323; 71, "a middle-aged female, gtt. 10 0, in half 
wineglass of water, at a single dose," ibid. ; 72, " a female, pil. jV^h, night 
and morning," ibid.; 73, " in a young female, gtt. 5 O, three times a day in 
a tablespoonful of water ;" 74, Gabalda, effects of half a spoonful of wine 
of bark daily, in a person after loss of blood, L'Art. Med., 5, 278 ; 75, Ber- 
ridge, proving on a boy, aged 14, with repeated doses of the 30th dilution, 
N. Am. J. of H., N. S., 3, 500. 

Mind. — Mniotional, * Excessive excitability, with despondency and 
intolerance of noise,^. — -Dreadful feeling of excitement,". — Lively the whole 
evening, though with staring eyes,^.f — Uncommonly lively in the forepart 
of the night until 2 A.m.,". — Feels intoxicated ; inclined to be jolly.^l — 
Slightly intoxicated after each dose,"*. — Slight intoxication (2 ounces),". — 
(Delirium),'" ".J — (Delirium during the fever),^^ — [10.] Completely beside 
himself and in despair ; tosses about in bed,'. — From time to time she falls 
into a weeping mood without any external cause, brought on by some self- 
made imaginary whim, for example, fancied need, something that she could 
not eat to satisfy her appetite, etc. (after twenty hours),'. — Moaning, com- 
plaining, and screaming,'. — Quiet mood,'^§ — He is quiet and will not an- 
swer,'. — Obstinate silence ; he will answer nothing,'. — Silent, ill-humored, 
disinclined to talk (during the first days),". — Earnest mood,'". — -^Abseiiee 
of the usual lively mood ; he prefers to be alone,^. — Sadness, despair,'. — [20.] 
Discouragement,^. — Gloomy mood ; has no desire to live,'. — * What usually 
appears to him bright and joyous seems now unattractive, unworthy, and shal- 
low,^^. — Despondency,". — Inconsolable,'. — Anxiety,'"" *'. — Anxiety at night, 
on waking from frightful dreams,". — [Great anxiety, death],*°^|| — [Ex- 
cessive anxiety], ^^— Intolerable anxiety (about 8 p.m. and 2 a.m.) ; he 
springs out of bed and wishes to take his own life, but does not go near the 
open window, or take a knife ; with heat of the body, without thirst,'. — [30,] 
Nameless anxiety,^'. — Excessively anxious carefulness^. — *An excessively anx- 
ious solicitude about trifles (after one hour and a half),'. — *In the morning 
on waking, anxious thoughts and ideasf. — [Hypochondriac troubles],*'. — Ill- 
humor, amounting to the most violent wrath, so that he could have stabbed 
any one,'. — Caresses increase his ill-humor,'. — Fretful, taciturn, absorbed in 
himself,'*. — Fretful, though neither sad nor quarrelsome, but not inclined 
to rapid thought,'. — Fretful and irresolute ; she is unable to accomplish 

f A kind of unnatural excitement, as in the so-called tonio cures of ordinary 
physicians when they are unable to cure a patient of his disease and still wish to 
stimulate strength, power, and activity for a few hours. — H. 

J From its use in intermittent fever. — H. 

j It seems to be the curative action. — H. 

II Effects of China taken during the chill of an intermittent fever. — H. 

184 CHINA. 

her aim, and consequently is indignant (after a few hours),\ — [40.] Com- 
plaining fretfulness/. — Sighing fretfulness,^ — Internally very fretful,^ — 
*He is peevish, ill-humored, and easily angered (after four hours),'. — Peevish 
when excited, at other times stupid, perplexed, embarrassed,'. — Extremely 
inclined to become angry, and to seek every opportunity for being angry ; 
afterwards quarrelsome, and inclined to grieve and reproach others (after 
two hours),'. — Morose, inclined to anger,'". — Discontent; he eotisiders him- 
self unhappy, and thinks he is hindered and tormented by every one (after 
five hours),'. — * Discontented and sensitive mood, inclined to anger,^^. — He 
despises everything (after one hour),'. — [50.] Want of docility,'. — Diso- 
bedience,'. — * During a cheerful mood, sudden, transient screaming, and toss- 
ing about the bed, without any apparent or visible caused . — Indifference to all 
external impressions, with disinclination to talk,*. — Intellectual. De- 
sire for work, to read, to write, to reflect ; a general, remarkable activity 
and industriousness.'.f — He has many ideas, a variety of things occupy his 
mind ; he builds castles in the air (after a few hours),*'. — A large number 
of projects,'. — He makes many plans for the future,". — *He makes many 
plans and reflects upon their execution ; many ideas crowd upon him at once,". 
— His head is full of many plans which he would like to execute, in the 
evening,'. — [60.] No desire for work ; he is inactive,'. — Disinclination for 
mental labor, ivith sleepiness ^^.- — Disinclination for intellectual and serious 
business,*. — * Disinclination to think; alternating condition of cheerfulness 
and gloominess, for three hours (after two hours),*'. — His perception is slow, 
has great aversion to motion, and is more inclined to sit and lie,'. — Slow 
flow of ideas,^. — He is rapt in thought (as if the flow of ideas stood still), 
(after three hours),'. — Periodic stoppage of thought,'*. — If he wakes at night 
he is unable to collect his senses,'. — *He cannot arrange his thoughts in 
order ; he makes mistakes when writing or speaking, places words in reversed 
order ; the talking of others disturbs him very much (after two hours),'. — 
[70.] [Stupidity],*". 

Head. — Confusion and Vertir/o. [Confusion of the head],^ ^. 
—Confusion, extending over the whole head, lasting half an hour (after 
three-quarters of an hour),'". — Confusion of the head in the forehead,'*. — 
Confusion of the head like catarrh (after nine days),**. — Confusion of the 
head, like a dizziness, from dancing, and as in coryza,', — Confusion of the 
head, with tensive pain in the forehead and orbits,^^. — Confusion of the head, 
as after intoxication, with pressure in the temples,'*. — Confusion and empti- 
ness in the head, with indolence of the body, as from night-watching and 
loss of sleep (after one hour),'. — *The head is very mucli confused in the 
morning, as after intoxication, vnth dryness of the mouth,^. — [80,] Vertigo,\^'] '''". 
— Vertigo; the head is inclined to sink backward, in every position, though 
it is more severe while walking and on moving the head (after six hours),". 
— * Vertigo ; the head is inclined to sink backward ; more violent on motion and 
when walking, relieved when lying (after a few minutes),". — Vertigo in the 
occiput, while sitting,". — Vertigo, with faintness ; she staggered and could not 
walk straight,'*. — At first vertigo and a dizzy nausea, followed by general 
sensation of heat,'. — * On waking at night he is dizzy, so that he does not dare 
to rise,\ — General Head. Blood rises to the head, the forehead is hot, the 
limbs cold^-X — Head somewhat affected (second day),"'. — * Stupefaction of the 

•]- Cunitive action. 

% With the Cinchona fever there is very frequently rush of blood to the head, 87, 
124, usually with redness and heat of the face, 1216, frequently with chilliness of the 

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head, with pressure in the forehead (after a quarter of an hour)/. — [90,] 
[Heaviness in the head]/'. — Heaviness of the head ; at noon a dizziness 
rises into the head, without pain/. — Heaviness of the head and weariness 
of all the limbs, in the morning on waking from sleep,". — Heaviness of 
the head, which is inclined to sink backwards, while sitting,". — *Headache 
like a heaviness and heat in it, worse on turning the eyes, together with jerk- 
ing pains in the temples,^. — Headache,'". — Headache, now in one part, now 
in another part of the brain ,\ — Headache, alternating with frightful dreams 
throughout the night,". — Headache, weariness, followed by some coldness,". 
— Dull, stupefying headache, in the morning on waking,'. — *Headache, so 
sensitive that it seems as though the skull would burst ; the brain beats in 
waves against the skull,'". — [100,] * Headache, as if the brain were pressed 
together from both sides and out at the forehead, verymuch aggravated by walk- 
ing ill the open air,^. — Headache, as if the brain were gathered into a ball, 
■with excessive excitement of the mind, uneasiness, with excessive and over- 
strained fantasies/. — A kind of pressure, like a congestion in the head, 
with sweat on the forehead (after half an hour),^°. — Headache, first a pres- 
sure in the forehead, afterwards extending over the whole head,*. — Painful 
pressure and pressing in the head toward the forehead, as if everything in 
the head were too heavy and would be pressed out, relieved by strong pres- 
sure with the hand (after three hours),". — Pressive headache, especially in 
the occiput,^. — Pressive headache, aggravated in the open air (after nine 
hours),". — Pressive headache half an hour after dinner ; it lasts until going 
to sleep,^". — * Violent pressive headache deep in the brain, and a sensation of 
constriction, especially in the right side of the forehead and in the occiput, very 
much worse when walking,^. — The brain seems pressed by much blood,'. — 
[110.] An uninterrupted, dull, cutting pain, extending from both temples 
and the occiput to the orbits, more sensitive and aggravated on motion and 
on stooping,'*. — Sticking headache, especially in the left frontal region (after 
one hour and a half),'". — Single stitches shoot from the inner ear through 
the brain, as if to pass out through the top of the head,'". — Tearing in 
many places in the head, aggravated by walking, or by moving the head,"- 
— Sticking-tearing in many places in the head, aggravated by moving the 
head,". — * Violent jerhing-tearing in several places in the head, aggravated 
on motion and when walking, relieved when lying (after one hour),". — Tear- 
ing headache from the right occipital bone to the right frontal eminence,". 
— Headache, as if the brain were sore, increased on the slightest touch of 
the hand on any part of the head, but especially by fixed attention, or by 
deep thought, or even by talking,'. — Headache, when walking in the wind, 
consisting of a bruised and sore sensation,'. — Violent hammering in the 
head, extending into the temples,"*. — Forehead. [120.] Frontal head- 
ache/". — Headache above the orbits, which begins in the forenoon, is very 
much aggravated by walking, but disappears after dinner (after eighteen 
hours),'. — Burning pain, with hot sweat of the forehead,'*. — A pressure like 
a fulness in the head, just above the eyes (after two hours),™. — Tensive pain 
in forehead and orbits,*^ — Digging headache in the left side of the fore- 
head, while sitting unoccupied, or when occupied about something in which 
he is not interested,'. — Drawing pain in the forehead,'^ — Drawing head- 
ache from the occiput to the forehead, as if the whole forehead were drawn 

rest of the body, 1201, 1214, 1215, with external coldness, 1171, 1202, or only inter- 
nally perceptible heat in the face, with cheeks cold to the touch, and cold sweat on 
the forehead, 1219.— H. 

186 CHINA. 

together, this ends in the temples as a throbbing; disappears on walking, 
but returns when sitting or standing, and is relieved by pressure of the 
hand,^l — Headache from afternoon till evening, a pressure in the middle 
of the forehead,^ — Sticking pressure on the forehead above the nose, and 
on the cheeks (after thirty-two hours),". — [130.] Sticking pressure in the 
right frontal eminence, more violent on touch (after ten minutes),". — Stick- 
ing pressure externally on the left frontal eminence, together with vertigo 
and some nausea in the throat,". — Pressive pain in the right side of the 
forehead,'. — Pressive headache in the forehead; on bending backward it 
changed to the temples, where it becomes worse; while sitting, it was located 
only m the forehead,*. — ^Pressive headache when walking, at first across the 
forehead, and then in the temples (after six hours),^ — A little weight about 
forehead in morning, which disappeared about middle of day (second day),*'. 
— Sticking headache in the forehead (while sitting),". — Pressive-sticking 
headache in the forehead and in the temple of one side (after four hours),'. — 
A severe burning stitch between the forehead and vertex,". — Jerking-tear- 
ing in frontal eminences,'. — [140.] Headache, like a jerking, towards the fore- 
head, always worse until evening, when it disappears,'^ — If he puts the hand 
to the forehead he feels a pain moving back and forth,". — Temple. Head- 
ache in the temple,'^ — Headache in the temples like a dry coryza,'. — Press- 
ing together in the temples (after five hours),". — Pressure in the left temple,^'-. 
— Pressive headache in the temples, in the evening,". — Fine sticking in the 
left temple,". — Continued sticking sensation in the right temple,". — Stick- 
ing headache between the right temple and the forehead, with violent pul- 
sating of the temporal artery (after half an hour),'. — [150.] Stitches be- 
tween the forehead and temple of the left side ; when touched, he feels 
a severe throbbing in the arteries of the temples, and the sticking dis- 
appears,'. — Tearing headache in the left temple,". — Pressive tearing in 
the temporal region, as if the bones would press out,".t — Jerking-tearing 
in the right temporal region, for three days,". — '* Jerking headache in the 
temple, extending to the upper jarv,\ — Vertex. Contractive pain in a circle 
on the vertex (after half an hour),". — * Headache, first like a cramp in the 
vertex, folloived by bruised sensation in the side of the head, aggravated by the 
slightest motion,^. — JPafietals. Headache ; a digging in the left side of 
the head, while sitting (after nine hours and a quarter),'. — Pressive head- 
ache in the side to which he inclines himself,". — Headache in the left parie- 
tal bone, like a throbbing,'".— [160.] Jerking from both parietal bones 
down to the throat,'^ — OccijiUt. A dull sensation in the lower posterior 
portion of the head, as when waking from sleep,*. — Painful drawing upon 
the occipital bone,". — Painful drawing on the right side of the occiput,". — 
Drawing pain in the left side of the occiput, which disappears on bending 
the head backward,". — Drawing pain in the articulation of the occiput and 
atlas, when touched, so that he is obliged to bend the head backward,".— 
Drawing headache in the occiput, while sitting,".— Severe pressure in the 
occiput, as if the cerebellum would be pressed out (after five hours and a 
half ),'".— Pressive headache in the occiput (after three hours),'".— jE^K^er- 
nal Head. Momentary contraction of the skin of the forehead, as if it 
were drawn together in one point in the centre (after half an hour),''.— 
[170.] Pain, as if the skin on the upper portion of the head were grasped 
by the hand,'.— Contractive pain on the left side of the occiput in the skin,'. 

t Tearing (drawing) pressure and pressive-tearing (drawing) seem to be the chief 
pains of Cinoliona. 

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— Sharp stitches in the left side of the scalp,'. — * The ivhole scalp is so sen- 
sitive to touch that everything on it hurts him ; the roots of the hair seem to be 
espedally affected (after thirty-six hours),'. — Sticking-itching on the scalp 
(after one hour),". 

Mye. — Objective. The eyes are somewhat red, with pressive-burning 
pain in them, and much heat (in the afternoon), (after six hours),'*. — 
Subjective. Sensation in the eyes as in general weakness, as if they 
were very much sunken, which was not the case (after a quarter of an 
hour),^ — Feeling as of sand in the eye,™. — Movement of the eyes painful, 
with sensation of mechanical hindrance,**. — Painless pressure in the eyes, 
as from weakness and loss of sleep (after ten hours and a half and twelve 
hours),^ — [180.] Biting in one, and then in another eye, with lachryma- 
tion,\ — Pressive-biting pain in the eyes, as from salt ; she was obliged to 
rub them (after half an hour),'.| — JSroiV and Orbit. Pain over the 
left orbit,'l — Fine, itching pain above the orbits,". — Pressure in both eye- 
brows, more externally, aggravated by motion of the frontal muscles (after 
three hours),"*.— ii<Zs. Gum in the external canthus (after sleep),'. — The 
eyelids will close from weakness and sleepiness (after half an hour),'. — 
Jerking of the left upper lid back and forth (after six hours),''^ — Twitch- 
ing, blinking, trembling in both eyes (after two hours and three-quartei-s),'*. 
— Uncontrollable twitching of right upper eyelid,™. — [190.] Sensation of 
dryness between the lids and the eyeball, with rubbing pain on moving the 
lids, without visible alteration in the eye,'". — Violent pain in the lids,^ — 
Pressive pain in the external canthi,". — Tearing in the left external can- 
thus,'l — Tickling sensation on the lids (after five hours),'". — Lachry- 
inal Apparatus. Lachrymation,™. — Laehrymation, with crawling pains 
in the eyes and in the inner surface of the lids*. — On waking at night, it 
seems as if the right eye were swimming in water (after nineteen hours),'*. 
— Conjunctiva. Inflammation and redness of conjunctiva,™. — Ball. 
*Motion of eyes painful, with sensation of mechanical hindrance^^. — Pupil. 
[300.] Pupils dilated (after one hour and a half),". — Pupils very much 
dilated (after a quarter of an hour),'. — Extreme dilatation, and almost 
immobility of the pupils, with weakness of vision, so that he could not rec- 
ognize at a distance distinctly (myopia), with a fresh color to the face, and 
otherwise general activity (after six hours),".— Contracted pupils,' ; (after 
three-quarters of an hour),' ; (after one hour),'*. — Pupils contracted (imme- 
diately, and after three hours and a half ),^ — Pupils sensitive, but more 
inclined to contract than to dilate (after twenty hours),'. — Vision. [Dim- 
ness of vision],'". — [Amaurosis],^*. — The room (lighted by a candle) ap- 
peared in a blinding sulphurous-yellow light, but after a few minutes all 
the surroundings were of a shimmering rosy-red (this symptom appeared 
as the headache suddenly disappeared, during a sluggish evacuation, with 
tenesmus),^*. — Black points float before the vision (after four hours),'. — 
[210.] Darkness before the eyes,'^. 

JEar. — Internal. Pain in the left ear, only when touched (after six 
days),''l — (Pressive pain in the inner ear, like earache), (after one hour),'. 
— At first a throbbing sensation in the ear, afterwards a long-continued 
ringing,'. — Tickling in the ear,".— External. Drawing pain behind the 
ears, extending as far as the mastoid process,'". — Tearing in the lobules of 
the ears,'. — Tearing in the cartilage and the external meatus auditorius,". 
— Transient sticking pains here and there in the parotid g\a,nda,^.—Ilear- 

•j- From the dust. 

188 CHINA. 

ing. Difficult hearing,*'. — [220,] *Something seems to he constantly before 
the ear (like deafness), (after one hour),^ — * Ticking sound in the ear, as 
from a distant watch, '^. — *Ring'iiig in the ears,'. — * Ringing in the ears, with 
headache in the temples,^ ". — Frequent ringing in the right ear. together with 
tickling-crawling in it, as if an insect had crept into it,*. — *Koaring in the 
ears,^ *. 

Wose. — Ohjective. Redness and heat only on the nose (after twelve 
hours),'. — Sneezing (after half an hour, two hours, and three .hours),'. — 
The'attack of the paroxysms of fever commences with sneezing,'. — Sneezing, 
with coryza (after one and two hours),'. — ^[230.] Forcible dry sneezing sev- 
eral times (after seven hours),". — Watery discharge from the nostril, which 
is at the same time stopped (after thirteen hours),". — Catarrh, so that it 
trickles from the nose for two hours,". — Catarrh, with sensitiveness of the 
nose, and some pimples on the margin of the nostril and septum of the 
nose, which are painful to touch (after nine days),''". — Attacks of stopped 
coryza,l — Bleeding of the nose, in the morning between 6 and 7 o'clock, 
after rising from bed, for several mornings in succession,'". — Frequent, pro- 
fuse nose-bleed,*^. — Nose bleeds after blowing it violently,'''^ — Subjective, 
A soft pressure across the root of the nose, extending upward, and on the 
eyebrows, which disappears when touched, with tension of the skin of the 
left wing of the nose,". — * Pressive pain in the root of the nose (after the heat 
of the cheek had disappeared), which extended to the side (after five hours),'. 
— [240.] Fine needle-like stitches in the cartilage of the wings of the 
nose,". — Tearing pain in the back of the nose,'. — Biting deep in the left 
nostril, sudden, painful, sticking on every inspiration ; the biting is aggra- 
vated by compressing the nose, after which there is itching externally on 
the back of the nose, in the evening (after half an hour),". — Smell. (He 
fancies that he smells a corpse),'. 

Face. — Objective. Hippocratic face (pointed nose, hollow eyes, with 
blue rings), indifference, insensibility ; he paid no attention to those about 
him ; did not care about those things of which he was usually most fond 
(after one hour),'. — Face sunken, pale,'. — *Sunken, pinched face, pale, sickly, 
as after excesses,'*. — The color of the face is bad, earthy,'. — [Red, puffy 
face];''l — Face flushed and swollen,". — [250.] * Paleness of the face,'-. — Fre- 
quent changes in the color of the face,'. — Subjective. Right-sided face- 
ache,". — Pressure across the face, especially near the nose and cheeks, to- 
gether with contraction of the eyelids, as if the upper and lower lids were 
drawn towards each other (after three hours),"^ — Needle-like pains in left 
face, left chest, and left hand,". — Cheehs. Redness of the cheeks and lob- 
ules of the ears,^. — Fine stitches in the right cheek-bone, which disappear 
on pressure,'. — A picking pain in the zygoma and in a right back tooth,'". 
— A cutting-burning pain in the upper jaw, while standing (after seven 
hours),'.— Lips. [Blackish lips],".— [260.] (The skin of the lips is wrinkled 
and shrivelled) (after five hours),'. — (Cracking of the lips),'. — Cracking of 
the lower lip in the middle (in sneezing),'. — * Dry lips,vf ithout thirst (after 
seven hours),". — Sensation of soreness on the right side of the upper lip 
near the corner, as after much wiping in coryza,". — The inner surface of the 
lower lip is sore and excoriated,'. — Pain in the lower lip near the left corner 
of the mouth, as from a corroding ulcer,". — Lower Jaw. Jerking, dull 
stitches in the right side of the lower jaw,'". — Tearing in the left side of 
the lower jaw,". — Tearing pressure in the right upper and lower jaws at 
night, before midnight,'. 

Mouth.— Teeth. [270.] * The teeth are loose and painftd, only when 

CHINA. 189 

ehewing,^.-^-Toothsich.e, with looseness of the teeth (after three hours),'. — 
Toothache, dry catarrh, and lachrymation,'. — Drawing toothache comes on 
easily in the open air and in a draft,'. — Pressive drawing toothache iu the 
left upper teeth, with sensation as if the gum or inner portion of the cheek 
were swollen (after one hour),". — Toothache, like a pressive drawing, in the 
left side of the lower jaw,". — While smoking tobacco (to which he was ac- 
customed) drawing-tearing toothache upward and downward in the upper 
jaw, followed by an attack of faintness,". — Throbbing toothache,'. — Draw- 
ing pain in the incisors in the morning,"."}" — Toothache, sticking from within 
outward in the front teeth,'. — [280.] Pain in the lower incisors, as if they 
had been knocked against something,'. — ^Digging in the upper back teeth, 
relieved for a moment by bitmg the teeth together, and pressing upon them 
(after forty hours),". — Pressive pain in the crowns of the right back teeth, 
when biting the teeth together,". — Drawing, pressive toothache in upper 
back tooth, with sensation as if it were benumbed, in the morning (after 
twenty-four hours),". — Picking pain in an upper back tooth,'". — Small fine 
stitches, with tearings in the right upper back teeth, neither relieved nor 
aggravated by touch, or inhaling fresh air (after two hours and a half j,'. — 
Jerking-tearing in the iipper back teeth of the left side (after five hours),'. — ■ 
Gums. Swelling of the gum and lips,'*. — Tongue. Painless swelling 
on the side of the back part of the tongue,^. — A vesicle beneath the tongue, 
which is painful to move,'.- — [290.] (Yellowish tongue, not coated with fur),'. 
— Tongue very much coated, especially in the afternoon (after seven hours),'". 
— * Tongue coated yellow*.— *Tong\\e, covered with a thick, dirty, white 
coating (after a quarter of an hour),'. — Tongue coated very white, in the 
morning,^'. — [Clean tongue, with bitter taste],^l — Sensation on the tongue 
as if it were dry, and covered with mucus (after one hour),'. — Fine stitches 
in the tip of the tongue,'. — '^Burning stitches on the tongue,^^. — Biting on 
the middle of the tongue, as if it were sore or burnt,'. — [300.] Biting on 
the tip of the tongue, as from pepper, followed by accumulation of saliva 
at this place,". — General Mouth. After an agreeable surprise much 
bright blood came suddenly into the mouth (after twenty-four hours),'". — 
Towards morning, an offensive odor from the mouth, which disappears as 
soon as she eats anything,'. — The mouth is slimy, and the taste watery 
and flat,'. — Acidity in the mouth,". — Feeling as though there was an otfeu- 
sive exhalation from the mouth,'. — [Dryness of the mouth],^'. — ^Dryness 
of the mouth, with thirst,'^ — Painless swelling of the arches of the palate 
and uvula (after three hours),'. — Dry palate, with thirst, in the evening, 
an hour after the fever,". — [310.] Tobacco-smoke causes an unusually acrid 
and biting sensation in the posterior part of the palate (after twenty-four 
hours),". — Scraping on the palate, even when not swallowing (eighth day),^^- 
— Saliva. Accumulation of saliva, with nausea,'^ — *Much saliva in the 
mouth, with nausea (after two hours),'^ — Contractive sensation of the sali- 
vary glands ; flow of saliva,". — A sensation in the mouth, causing a coagu- 
lation of saliva, as if he had smelled of too strong vinegar,'. — Watering 
of the mouth (70 drops after one hour),"^ — Mucus in the mouth, in the 
morning after waking, and after making some exertion ; it seems to him as 
though it was offensive to those near him ; he believes there is an offensive 
odor from his throat,'. — Taste. *Flat, insipid taste, after drinking,'.— 
Sweetish taste,^'. — [320.] * Taste at first sioeetish, then sour ; profuse saliva,". 
— Nauseous taste in the mouth, as after cheese,". — A nauseous, at times 

t Ehus tox, would seem to be the antidote for the symptoms 278, 283.— H. 

190 CHINA. 

bitter taste, especially in the morning ; the food had an unpleasant though not 
a bitter taste,". — Very nauseous taste (in consequence of his having taken 
large doses of bark in powder for intermittent fever, a year and a half pre- 
viously), (18 drops),"". — *8limy taste in the mouth, which disgusts him with 
butter^. — Bitter, slimy taste (70 drops after one hour),*^ — Salty taste,\ — 
Sweetish, salty taste in the mouth (after three hours),^'. — Frequently a sour 
taste in the mouth, as if his stomach had been disordered by fruit,^. — [Bitter 
taste],"* ". — [330.] *Bitter taste in the mouth ; even the tobacco tastes 
while smoking,^. — Bitter taste in the throat, which obliges him to swallow 
saliva (immediately),'. — Bitter taste in the morning,^ — Bitter taste in the 
mouth, while drinking cofFee,^ — Constant bitter taste in the mouth,^. — All 
food tastes unusually salt, afterwards bitter,^^. — Bitter taste of food, espe- 
cially of wheateu cakes (after six hours),^ — * Although he had no bitter taste 
ill his mouth by itself, yet everything tasted bitter ; after swallowing food there 
was no bitter taste,^. — Tobacco tastes sweetish while smoking,^'. — Black bread 
tastes sour (after three hours),\ — [340.] Coffee tastes sourish,^ — Beer tastes 
bitter and mounts to the head,^. — * Bread tastes good while chewing, but hitter 
on swallowing,'^. — Bitter, salty taste of bread and butter ; dryness of the 
palate and throat; when not eating, no unnatural taste in the mouth, only 
dryness and thirst,*. — Supper has little taste,^^ — No taste from smoking to- 
bacco,". — Speech. [Loss of speech],'". 

Throat. — Very dry sensation in the throat, with cool breath (after one 
hour),^^ — It seems as if some food remains in the upper part of the throat 
(after three hours),^'. — The throat seems swollen internally ; sticking, only 
when swallowing, on the left side of the tongue, with a pressive pain in 
that spot, only when talking or breathing,'. — [350.] Contractive sensation 
in the throat,'l — Sticking in the right side of the throat, only when swal- 
lowing,'. — Stitches in the throat, in the evening after lying down, not when 
swallowing, but when breathing,'. — Stitches in the throat from a slight 
draft of air, when not swallowing,'. — Sensation in the pit of the throat, as 
if it were sore ; a sensation when swallowing like a sore throat, although 
swallowing does not hurt it,'. — Troublesome sensation of rawness in the 
throat,'*. — Fauces, Pharynx, and CEsophaffus. [Angina fau- 
cium],'*l — Scraping sensation in the fauces, especially on the margin of the 
larynx, as after rancid eructations or heartburn,'. — Sensation of emptiness 
in the pharynx and oesophagus (after eleven days),^l — Tension in the 
pharynx, on bending the head backward, which, however, did not hinder 
swallowing,". — [360.] Contraction of muscles of oesophagus,"". — A gentle 
contraction of the oesophagus, with the peculiar China taste, for one hour and 
a half (18 drops, directly after),"'. — Swallotvinff. Swallowing difficult, 
on account of a sensation of narrowness in the throat,''. — Painful swallow- 
ing ; swollen submaxillary glands, with special pain in them on swallowing,'. 
— External Throat. The submaxillary glands are simply painful 
(beneath the angle of the lower jaw), especially when touched and on 
moving the neck,'. — A clawing or pinching pressure in the right submax- 
illary glands, on motion of the neck and on touch, or by itself,'. 

Stomach.— Appetite. Rather an increase of appetite (second day),"*. 
— Good appetite at dinner,"". — Very good appetite (70 drops),"". — Appetite 
unusual, so that I ate nearly as much again as usual, for eight days (after 
four days),". — [370,] Great appetite for sour cherries,*. — He has an appetite 
for various things, but does not exactly knoiv ivhat,^. — Voracious appetite, 
longing for something, he does not know what,'. — Hunger in the after- 
noon at an unusual hour,". — Hunger, though without relish,'. — *Hunger 

CHINA. 191 

and yet want of appetite ; the food tastes natural, yet seems disagreeable in 
the mouth,''. — Great hunger and appetite at 8 a.m., without knowing what 
he wishes to eat,". — Ravenous hunger, with insipid taste,'. — A kind of rav- 
enous hunger, with nausea and inclination to vomit (after two hours),'. — 
Frequent longing for indefinite substances,'. — [380.] Enjoyed his dinner,*^. 
— He relishes supper but is immediately satiated, and hence can eat very 
little,'.— Less appetite (70 drops),"'. — Little appetite,". — Little appetite at 
noon, from a sensation of satiety,*.— [Loss of appetite],^". — Loss of appe- 
tite, as from slight nausea,'". — Loss of appetite and nausea ; constantly 
wants to vomit and cannot, before and after noon,'. — No appetite all day 
(140 drops),''^ — No longing for food, with a natural taste,'. — [390.] No de»ire 
for food or drink,^. — *Indinerence to eating and drinking ; only while eating 
some appetite and the natural taste of the food return (after six hours),'. — 
The dinner is eaten without any relish,'. — He does not relish tobacco when 
smoking,*. — Thirst. More thirst every morning than in the afternoon,"- 
— * Thirst and hunger, in the evening, an hour after the fever, then, after he 
had eaten, coldness and rumbling inthehoivels,^. — (Thirst during the chill),'.f 
— * Thirst after the chill, ivithoid subsequent heat,^^. — •* Thirst, after shivering 
through the skin,': — * Thirst after the fever, during sweat on the back and fore- 
head,'"'. — [400,] Very great thirst for an hour (after nine hours and a half), 
followed by burning heat over the whole body, with throbbing in all the 
veins, without sweat and without thirst, with violent burning of the ears 
and forehead, though with only the usual warmth of the cheeks, hands, 
and feet, all of which parts seem in the internal sensation of being too hot 
(after ten hours and a half),'. — Excessive thirst for cold water, with chill 
and heat, especially in the morning just after walking,". — Unquenchable 
thirst, during a .chill and intermittent fever,'l — Great desire for wine,'. — 
Little thirstjl — No thirst when eating,*. — No thirst with the heat immedi- 
ately after midnight, only dry lips,'. — Aversion to water and longing for 
beer,'. — Aversion to beer,'. — * Aversion to coffee, although food has a natural 
taste,'. — JEructations. [410.] Eructations (immediately),". — Eructations 
(directly after),**. — Eructations, without taste or smell,"*. — Eructations until 
going to sleep (immediately after),"'. — Eructations tasting of the food,'. — 
Eructations, as if caused by nausea, with colic (after three-quarters of an 
hour),™. — An eructation, as from nausea (after one hour),'". — Four eructa- 
tions, with a taste of bark (36 drops after fifteen minutes),"". — Some eruc- 
tations (2 ounces),"'. — Sundry eructations (1 ounce, soon after),"'. — [420,] 
More frequent eructations (70 drops),"'. — Constant eructations (70 drops 
after one hour),"*. — '^Empty eructations of only air (after two hours),'. — 
Tasteless eructations till toward evening (directly after),"'. — Tasteless eruc- 
tations after eating,'^ — Bitter eructations after eating (after two hours),'. — 

f This, together with 402, does not seem to be correctly observed ; for in all other 
observations I have found that the Cinchona fever has no thirst with the shivering 
or chill, see 1118, 1123, 11.31, 1147; the thirst appears much more after the shiver- 
ing or chill, as is shown by 397, 398, 1129, or, which aniounts to the same thing, just 
before the heat, 400. So, also, the thirst is not marlfcd during the fever of Cin- 
chona, even in the most developed hot stage, see 29, 1177, 1180, 1182, 1184, 1198, 
1203, 1221, except some burning of the lips, 1185, or dryness of them, see 406, 1203, 
although this dryness explains the expression "some thirst during the heat," 1187; 
for the "thirst during the transient heat," 1194, does not denote completely devel- 
oped feverish heat. Much more, however, does the thirst appear after the heat, 
309, 395, 1148, or what is the same thing, during the sweat, 1228, The feverish 
heat, accompanied by stinging over the whole body, seemed to maice an exception, 
see 1181, 1192. 

192 CHINA. 

Continued bitter eructations (18 drops after one hour and a half),''^ — In- 
complete sourish eructations, after drinking milk (after one hour and a 
half),". — Bitter, sourish eructations, after bread and butter,'*. — A sobbing- 
like tendency to eructations, something half way between sobbing and 
eructations (after three-quarters of an hour),'. — [430.] Frequent rising of 
badly-tasting mucus,'. — Hot risings from the stomach, soon followed by a 
decided taste of China, beginning at the root of the tongue and spreading 
through the whole mouth,"*'. — Nausea and Vomiting. Nausea,*^; 
(after five minutes),^'. — Nausea (18 drops),"'. — Nausea (after five minutes),"'. 
— Nausea (70 drops ; after one hour),"l — [Nausea],^". f — Nausea for about 
an hour,"". — Nausea and hot risings from the stomach, with a decided 
taste of the China, extending from the root of the tongue over the whole 
mouth (after five minutes),"'. — Nausea in the region of the pit of the throat, 
after eating,". — [440.] [Nausea, with the usual appetite],"^ — Nausea and 
unpleasant taste (120 drops),"". — Nausea and vomiting,'. — Nausea, without 
vomiting,'*. — Excessive nausea and aversion for not unpleasant substances, 
even when they are not set before him and he only hears them spoken of ; 
with aversion to labor, constant sleepiness during the day, and yellowness 
of the eyeballs (after eight hours),'. — Nausea, flushes of heat, and orgasm 
of blood disappear after eating,'. — Inclination to vomit,". — Inclination to 
vomit (18 drops),"'. — (Retching and contraction in the pharynx,, without 
hindering breathing),'. — [Continued vomiting],^". — [450.] 11.15 A.M., slight 
vomiting, consisting principally of water, of a very sour taste, of a spirit- 
uous, penetrating smell, like bark,"'. — Stomach. [Indigestion],'". — The 
food eaten at supper remains in the stomach undigested,'. — The stomach is 
easily disordered by food, or by eating an improper kind of food, with flat 
taste in the mouth, fulness in the abdomen, fretfulness, and headache,'. — 
*3Iilk easily disorders the stomach,^. — '* Sensation of emptiness and qualmish- 
ness in the stomach,^. — [Anxiety in the region of the pit of the stomach],^- 
— [Anxiety in the region of the pit of the stomach, especially after eat- 
ing],"'. — ^After a moderate meal followed by a walk, while sitting, a nause- 
ous anxiety in the stomach, as from an overloaded and disordered stomach, 
together with hunger,". — -[Heaviness and pressure in the stomach],*". — 
[460.] [Sensation of heaviness in the stomach],*'. — After pressing upon 
the stomach, a burning rises half way into the chest,'. — Fulness after eat- 
ing, though with the usual appetite before the meal,'. — Sensation of fulness 
in the stomach,^ — He feels as though he had eaten to satiety, had drunk 
to satiety, and also had smoked tobacco to satiety, although he has for all 
the articles a natural good taste (a few hours),'. — Compression in the pit 
of the stomach which impedes respiration (after half an hour),^ — Some 
spasm in cardiac region,"". — Sticking pain in the pit of the stomach, ex- 
tending to the sternum,'*. — Jerking-sticking in the stomach (after three 
hours),". — Transient stitches here and there in the stomach and abdomen,'. 
— [470.] Severe stitches in the pit of the stomach, during inspiration (after 
three hours),'. — Sharp stitches in the pit of the stomach,". — * Sensation of 
soreness, with pressure (or pain, as if one pressed upon a sore place) in the pit 
of the stomach, several mornings,''. — Pressure in the stomach,*'. — Pressure in 
the stomach, as from fulness,'^ — In the morning, in bed, while lying on the 
side, pressure in the stomach (as if it were constricted) ; it disappears when 
lying upon the back,". — Pressure in the stomach, and griping,'. — At first 
pressure in the stomach, afterwards accumulation of flatulence, followed 

f Local effect of the powder. — Hughes. 

CHINA. 193 

by vomitiug after eating, with the usual appetite (vegetables)/. — *After 
taking food, even a very little, there was immediately a hard, long-continued 
pressure in the stomach,^^. — Heavy pressure in the stomach,*"". — [480.] Se- 
vere pressure in the stomach, after every meal,\ — A severe pressure below 
the pit of the stomach, as if everything there were sore, in every position ; 
the same when touched ; soon afterwards a violent diarrhoea, which did not 
relieve the pain in the pit of the stomach (after seven hours),'". — Violent 
pressure in the stomach, which disappears while eating,''.f — Oppression of 
the stomach ,^^ — Weight on stomach ,''^ » 

Abdomen. — Hypochondria. Pinching stitches in the left hypo- 
chondriac region (after one hour and a half),'. — *Several attacks of inter- 
mitting pressure in the region of the liver, ivhile standing, which disappear on 
bending the body forward ; the region is painful to touch, as if suppurating 
(after five hours),^ — Continued stitches beneath the right ribs, in the region 
of the liver, unaffected by inspiration or expiration (after four hours),'. — 
Violent stitches in the region of the liver, extending ffom within outward, 
only on expiration (after five hours),'. — Swelling of the liver,*''\ — [490,] 
[Obstruction of the liver],". — [Obstruction of the spleen],".^ — Cutting pres- 
sure in the region of the spleen, as if the spleen were hardened ,^ — Stitches 
in the spleen when walking, even slowly,". — ZPnibilicccl. Griping, as if 
external, below the right side of the navel, while sitting, in the evening 
(after thirteen hours),". — Colicky spasms in region of navel,''^ — Pressure 
in the umbilical region, '^ — A constrictive pressure in the umbilical region, 
in the evening , in bed,". — Contractive pressure on the right side below the 
navel, as if there were an induration there, while sitting,". — After a mod- 
erate meal at noon and in the evening, pinching pressure somewhat above 
the navel, in the upper abdomen, which becomes intolerable on motion, 
and is only relieved during complete rest,\ — [500.] Severely pressing pain 
*on both sides below the navel, after eating,*. — Severe cutting in the umbili- 
cal region, with cold sweat on the forehead, lasting a quarter of an hour 
(after a few minutes),™. — Dull sticking in the right side above the navel, 
more severe when touched,". — Dull sticking in the left side of the abdo- 
men about the navel, and at the same time below the right nipple, extend- 
ing inward (after one hour),". — Excessive, pressive sticking on the left side 
below the navel, while walking rapidly and afterwards (after two hours),'. — 
Tearing in the umbilicus,'. — Tearing and rumbling in the abdomen below 
the navel,". — Excessive tearing on the right side near the navel, extending 
down into hypogastrium, in all the inguinal region ; relieved by bending 
backward,'. — * Colic in the region of the umbilicus, together unth shivering,^. 
— Frequent attacks of cutting colic in the umbilical region,^ — General 
Abdomen. [510.] [Inflammation of the abdomen],°l — Distension of the 
abdomen, especially of the lower abdomen,'. — ^Distension of the abdomen, 
as from much drinking and from flatulent food,". — Distension of the abdo- 
men, in the morning, without flatulence,'. — ^Distension of the abdomen after 
eating, like a fulness,^. — Distension of the abdomen, colic, and diarrhoea,*"'. 
— [Obstinate distension of the abdomen, causing anxiety],''^ — * Obstinate, 
tense distension of the abdomen,^^. — [Flatulent distension of the abdomen],^^ 
— [Swelling of the abdomen],^'. — [520.] Belly much swollen for a short 
time, until eructations ensued (36 drops),"^ — [Ascites, dropsy],°l — [Tym- 
panitis],'l — * Tympanitis,*' *". — [Contraction of the abdomen and sides by 

f Alternate action with 478. 
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194 CHINA. 

Leavings and fallings of the scapul8e]/^t — [Indurations of the abdomen],^^ 
— [Attacks of hardness, distension, and pains in the abdomen],^'.| — [Ulcers 
in the abdomen],^'.— *Fermentatioii in the abdomen from eating fruit 
(cherries),'. — Crackling in the left side of the abdomen, downward and 
backward, as if in the ascending colon,*. — [530.] Rumbling in the abdo- 
men (after one hou^),'^ — Rumbling in the upper abdomen (after two hours),''\ 
— Rumblings and rattlings in the intestinal canal (18 drops, after one hour 
and a half ),"l — * Gh-eat rumbling and moving of much fiatus in the abdomen, 
with a pressive sensation, in the evening between 6 and 10, followed by passage 
of much offensive flatus,". — Violent commotion in abdomen, followed by pas- 
sage of the clyster, with relief of symptoms,^'. — * Excessive flatulence (after 
five hours),''^ — *Flatulence, a7id profuse discharge of it,''''. — More flatus than 
usual (second day),''l^* Very badly smelling flatus (120 drops),''^ — *Accu- 
mulation and passage of much flatus (after half an hour),\ — [540.] *Flatu- 
lent discharges {18 drops),''\ — ^Discharges of very fetid flatus (10 drops),"'. — 
^Passage of much offensive flatus (after ten hours),'. — Rassage of much ex- 
cessively offensive flatus,'". — (With desire and urging for stool only flatus 
is passed),'. — Much passage of flatus, together with drawing in the abdo- 
men, with a hard stool, which is difficult to pass (after forty-eight hours),''^ 
— Pain in the abdominal muscles, as if bruised (after one hour),'. — Pain 
in the abdomen, as from a purge, after drinking,'. — *Fuhiess of the abdo- 
men,*"''. — * After eating, he remains for a long time fidl ; what has been eaten 
remains in the upper part of the abdomen,^. — [550,] It seems as though the 
upper abdomen were constricted,". — Sensation of contraction of the intes- 
tinal canal, with rumbling in the lower abdomen,". — Contractive pain in 
the abdomen, in the evening while sitting, which disappears on rising, and 
still more when standing and walking,". — Narrowing and tightening (an- 
gustia et firmitas) of the intestines,". — Pinching and coliclike contraction 
of the intestines above the navel, on rising after stooping,". — Violent pinch-* 
ing in the upper abdomen (was obliged to bend double in order to relieve it), 
(after one hour), alternating with inclination to vomit, urging to stool, and 
shaking chill all over; after a griping pressure in the upper abdomen,]^'. — 
Pain in the abdomen like a pinching and drawing, mostly while sitting,". — ■ 
Griping in the abdomen, with increased hunger and weariness (after three 
hours),'. — * Griping, with violent pains in the abdomen on passing flatus, '^. — 
Violent griping in the abdomen, which disappeared on rising from sitting," 
— [560.] Spasmodic pain in the abdomen, composed of pressure and con- 
striction (after twenty-four hours),'. — Cold, colicky cramp in bowels, fol- 
lowed by slight diarrhoea," —Drawing pain in the right side of the abdo- 
men, while walking,". — Pressure in both sides of the abdomen, as if a stool 
should follow and could not,'. — Pressure and heaviness in the abdomen,'. — 
Pressure and cutting in the intestines, during and after the passage of whit- 
ish turbid urine,'. — Sticking pressure in several parts of the upper abdomen, 
in the morning in bed (four days in succession),". — Pressive pain in the 
region of the csecum (while sitting),^ — Griping, pressive pain in the abdo- 
men when walking, towards evening,". — Sharp pains in abdominal region, 
of about eight minutes' continuance (after two hours),"*. — [670.] Cutting 
pains shoot through the abdomen in all directions, before the passage of the 
flatus (after one hour),'. — Stitches in the abdomen, extending downward 
on inspiration, while sitting,". — Sharp stitches in the left side of the upper 

f See note to S. 798. 

X This, with S. 880 and delirium, occurred instead of the ague paroxysms, five 
days after beginning China. — Hughes. 

CHINA. 195 

abdomen just below the ribs, extending from within outwards, worse on in- 
spiration (after seven hours),". — Beating in the right side of the abdomen,'^. 
— Drawing-jerking pain in the side of the abdomen, while eating and drink- 
ing (after two hours),'. — Throughout day, during digestion, colicky pain 
(second day),"'. — [Colics],*". — * Colic before the passage of flatus,^. — * Colic 
before the stool,^. — Colic with the stool,\ — [580.] Colic, at noon before eat- 
ing, as in retention of flatulence,'. — * Colic, immediately after eating a mod- 
erate supper with good appetite, that is, distension of the al^domen, with here 
and there sharply pressive pains, mingled with gripings in all the intestines,^. 
— Colic in the epigastric region, like a pressure, which is always relieved 
by rising from sitting, but returns on sitting down again, and lasts two 
hours (after three-quarters of an hour),'^°. — [Colic, with nausea],". — * Colic, 
with great thirst (after one hour),*. — [Excruciating, intolerable colic], ^''. — 
[Unspeakable colic],". — ^Flatulent colic (after two hours),'. — Flatulent 
colic; pain in the upper abdomen ; the lowest intestines felt constricted, and 
the flatus endeavored in vain to expel itself, with tension and pressive pain ; 
eating even caused tension under the short ribs and anxiety,". — Gripiug- 
sticldng colic in the abdomen,'. — [590.] Forcibly pressing colic, in the 
evening, as if diarrhoea would come on, while sitting, which disappears on 
walking and standing,^ — Pressive, pinching colic (sticking) below the re- 
gion of the stomach, as if diarrhoea would come on, without, however, any 
stool, in the evening (after thirty-six hours),^ — [Scorbutic colic],". — 
Hypof/astriuni and Iliac Retjion. Increased peristaltic motion 
in the lower abdomen, together with pressure,'''. — Gurgling in the lower 
abdomen,". — Paroxysmal, cramplike pain in the hypogastric region, while 
standing,^ — In the abdomen above the mons veneris, griping-drawing back 
and forth, as if diarrhoea would come on, with short passages of flatus, 
while sitting (after twenty-seven hours),". — Severe pressure in the- left side 
of the lower abdomen (after three minutes),'. — Pressive pain in the lower 
abdomen, during the febrile chill (after a quarter of an hour),*. — Dull 
sticking in the lower abdomen on the left side, in the region of the kidney,". 
— [600.] Fine stitches in the hypogastrium on the mons veneris, almost 
only while walking,". — Pressive, tearing pain on the left side near the mons 
veneris,". — A sore pain in the abdominal ring, and sensation as if a hernia 
would protrude through the sore ring (after four hours),'. 

Rectum and Anus. — Rectum. A continued burning pain in the 
rectum, after the midday nap (after four days),'. — Contractive pain in the 
rectum, especially when sitting (after seventy-two hours),'. — Pressure in the 
rectum (after two and six hours),'. — Sharp stitches in the lower portion of 
the rectum, especially in the sphincter ani, also during stool, and afterwards 
sticking-drawing, lasting three days,". — Tearing and tearing jerks in the 
rectum, while lying in bed (after ten hours),'. — Crawling in the rectum, as 
from ascarides after a stool,'. — Crawling in the rectum, as from ascarides, 
and discharge of many of them,'. — Anus. [610.] Bleeding,h£emorrhoids,'l 
— Painful .sensations in hsemorrhoidal tumors (120 drops),"'. — Sensation of 
an acrid substance in the anus during stool,'. — A burning and burning- 
itching at the orifice of the anus, immediately,'. — Stitches in the anus dur- 
ing a stool, mixed with blood (after five hours),'.— Piercing stitches in the 
anus and rectum, when not at stool (after five days),'. — Crawling in the 
anus,'. — Crawling-creeping and itching in the anus and urethra, with a 
burning in the glans,'. — Perineum. Sticking pain in the perineum, es- 
pecially sensitive when sitting,'. — Urf/ing. Inclination for stool,". — 
[620.] Inclination to thin stool, like diarrhoea,'. 

196 CHINA. 

Stool. — Diarrhoea. *Diarrh(m*\ — *Diarrhcea; it seemed as though 
the fceees contained undigested food ; they passed in several pieces {after twelve 
hours) ; and after he had finished there was still an inclination to stool, hut no 
more passed,". — Diarrhoea, with burning pain in the anus/. — *Diarriioea of 
undigested fseces/. — [Frequent, diarrhoea-like, blackish stoDl],*^t — Vio- 
lent purg^ng,^^J — Three stools, of which the last was pappy (70 drops),™. 
— * Three soft stools, with: biting-burning pain in the anus, and colic before 
and after every stpol^. — Two stools, contrary to custom (36 drops second 
day),™. — [630.] Two stools in morning (second day),*". — Two pappy stools 
(second day),"'. — Stool after eating,\^Thinner stools (120 drops),"'. — Stool 
thinner than usual (after twenty-four hours),*. — A soft stool during the 
day,". — *Soft stool, with dark urine (after forty-eight hours),'. — Nodular, 
yellow, soft stool, in the morning,". — Bilious stools,^". — Constipation. 
[Constipation],'^" ^l — [640.] Constipation the whole day ; constipated stool 
in the evening,". — Constipation ; a long-continued accumulation of faeces 
in the rectum,"". — Constipation, with accumulation of fseces in the intes- 
tines, heat in the head, and dizziness,'.§ — Throughout the day, constipated 
(120 drops, second day),"". — Costive (second and third days),"* "I — Rather 
costive (third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh days),"". — Stools less fre- 
quent,". — Alvine discharge intermitted for two days (18 drops),"^ — The 
stool is evacuated only with great pressure and after long urging, and then 
it hurts very much,'. — He is obliged to press out the stool with great force, 
although it is not hard but pasty ; this is followed by ineffectual urging to 
stool, with pain,". — [650.] In evening, stool harder than usual,"*. 

TIrlnary Ortjans. — Uladder. Pressure in the bladder after fre- 
quent and almost ineffectual efforts to urinate,^. — Zfretlira. Constant burn- 
ing in the orifice of the urethra,'. — Continual burning in the orifice of the 
urethra, with a sore sensation on the margin of the prepuce, especially pain- 
ful when the clothes rub against it (after two hours),^'''. — Burning pain in 
the orifice of the urethra, during and after urinating (after three hours),'. 
■ — Spasmodic contractive pain, extending from the rectum through the ure- 
thra to the glans penis and through the testicles, in the evening,'. — Sticking 
in the urethra when urinating,'. — Burning-biting in the forepart of the 
urethra, in the evening,'. — Painful sensitiveness of the urethra, especially 
with stiflTness of the penis, also noticed when sitting and rising up,'. — Bub- 
bling sensation in the region of the bulb of the urethra (after six hours),'. 
— [660.] Frequeut and such urgent need to urinate that the urine passes 
involuntarily,'. — Micturition. It promotes the flow of urine,''. — In- 
creased passage of urine, with burning in the orifice of the urethra (after 
two hours), 'I — Very frequent urinating (after twenty-four hours),'. — The 
urine is passed in a feeble stream and slowly; he is obliged to urinate very 
frequently,'. — -Scanty and dark-colored urine (70 drops after one hour),"^. 
— [Scanty, yellowish-green urine],"". — Scanty urine, with brick-red sedi- 
ment, and hard, tense swelling of the foot, spotted with red,'. — Scanty se- 
cretion of urine during the first twelve hours ; it afterwards becomes more 
copious,'. — Urine. * Urine someivhat darker-colored {18 drops after one 
hour and a half ),"l — [670.] * Dark-colored urine, with brick-red sediment 
(after twenty-four hours),'". — Urine is not passed frequently, but is paler 

f Fi-om the extract, loolcing (sivys the author) like the extract itself. — Hughes. 

} Not found. — Hughes 

§ The constipation of Cinchona is the reaction or secondary effect of the organ- 
sm against the great tendency of this drug ; the primary action is to cause diar- 
hoea. — H. 

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than usual, and deposits a cloud (after three hours),". — Pale yellow urine, 
which on the next morning has deposited a dirty-yellow, flocculent sedi- 
ment,^ — Whitish, turbid urine, with a white sediment,'. 

Sexual Organs. — Male. Frequent erections (after six hours),'. — 
Awoke thrice in the night, with erections (second day),°l — Pressing pain 
in the glans, before urinating,'. — Pine needle-like stitches in the frajnura 
of the glans, worse on touch, especially sticking and tensive, painful ; 
nothing was to be seen externally,'. — A jerking pain between the glans 
and prepuce, when walking,'. — Itching in the glans, which compels rub- 
bing, in the evening, in bed,'. — [680.] The scrotum hangs down (after one 
hour),'. — Drawing pain in the testicles,'. — A kind of tearing pain in the 
left testicle and left side of the prepuce, in the evening, in bed,'. — Swell- 
ing of the spermatic cord, painful to touch, and of the scrotum, especially 
of the epididymis,'. — Increased sexual desire,'. — Nightly emissions,'. — In 
each of the four succeeding nights, a not insignificant emission (120 drops),"'. 
— An excessive emission at night, at 3 o'clock,*. — Female. Increase of 
the existing menstruation, even to metrorrhagia; the discharge is passed 
in black clots (after one hour),'.f — Suppression of menstruation,*^ 

Respiratory Organs. — Larynx and Bronchi. [690.] Ac- 
cumulation of mucus in the larynx, which he constantly loosens, and which 
makes the voice hollow and hoarse,'*. — Sensation of a collection of mucus 
in the larynx,^ — A kind of drawing in the air-passages below the larynx, 
followed by paroxysms of coughing,". — Stitches and a raw .sensation in 
the larynx, I — * Continual irritation to hacking cough, in the morning after 
rising, as from sulphur-vapor, whereby nothing could be loosened, for several 
mornings,''. — Tickling in the evening, provoking cough, which, however, he 
is able to suppress,'. — Pain in the bronchi and in the sternum, on cough- 
ing,'. — Voice. An affection of the larynx, so that the tone of the voice and 
of singing is deeper than usual, and rough (after two hours),'. — * Hoarse, 
rough voice,''. — Cough and IExpecto)-ation. *Cough caused by- 
laughing','. — [700.] He wakes after midnight with cough; with every par- 
oxysm of coughing he feels a sharp sticking in both sides of the chest, still 
he is able to cough lying down,'. — * Severe coughing, immediately after eat- 
ing (after four hours),'. — [During the chill of an ague paroxysm, difficult 
cough, with stitches in the sides],^l — Suffocative cough for a few minutes 
at night, about 2 and about 4 o'clock (a kind of hooping-cough); she 
screamed on account of it after she had coughed a few times,'. — [Suspicious 
cough],*". — (Cough of bloody mucus),'. — Respiration. * Whistling and 
wheezing in the bronchi, on breathing (after two hours),'. — [Breathing, with 
sibilus through the nose],*^f — Snoring and moaning when sleeping, in a 
chill,^. — Snoring inspiration (through the nose) when asleep (after three 
hours),'. — [710.] Snoring inspiration and expiration, while asleep,^. — When 
asleep, a snoring inspiration soon follows, and a puffing expiration^. — Incli- 
nation to breathe deeply, before dinner,'. — [Impeded respiration for half 
an hour],^lJ — Very difiBcult, painful inspiration and quick expiration,'. — 
[Dyspnoea],"^^ — Dyspnoea,with difficult, at times rattling expiration (mostly 
when walking), with rawness of the chest (after four hours),". — [Asthma],"^ 

f 688 seems to be the primary action of Cinchona, 689 the subsequent or secondary 
action ; the excitement of the circuhition and hiemorrhage from the nose (tAh-'Zil), 
from the mouth, 301, from the lungs, 705, are the not at all seldom primary action. 
— H. (Compare Chinin. sulf , S. 563.— T. P. A. 

X See note to S. 798. — Hughes. 

198 CHINA. 

— A kind of suffocative attach, as if the larynx were filled tuith mucus, espe- 
cially toivards evening, and at night on v)aking from sleep (after eight hours)/. 
C/iesf. — Some twitching and jerking here and there in the pectoral 
muscles,l — [720.] A sensation, at first burning, then of agreeable warmth, 
extending from the upper part of the chest to the stomach," — An agree- 
able fulness of the chest, as from satiety, with a pleasant (sweetish) taste 
of the saliva (after one hour),". — [Tightness of the chest],'^". — Tensive pain, 
especially in the internal pectoral muscles (in the morning),^ — Contractive 
pain beneath the last ribs, and a sensation as if bruised, only when walk- 
ing,". — * Pressive-di'awing pain across the lower portion of the chest while sit- 
ting, u'hioh caused anxiety ; it disappeared while standing and walking,'. — 
Tearing-drawing beneath the last ribs, while standing,^ — Pressure upon the 
chest,". — A burning inward pressure in the whole chest,'. — Pressure from 
within outward in the region of the last ribs (after twenty-four hours),^^ — 
[730.] An intermitting cutting pressure across the chest while sitting bent, 
which disappeared (m becoming erect, and still more when standing and 
walking,". — Pressive pain in the chest.l — Pressive pain in the chest, and 
sensation of soreness in the larynx, when coughing,'. — Oppression of the 
chest,". — Great oppression of the chest, in the region of the pit of the stomach, 
as if something were burrowing about there (after four hours),'. — [Deathlike 
oppression of the chest], '"'.f — In the evening, a sensation of oppression 
and uneasiness in the chest; he feels himself obliged to breathe deeply and 
to make a sighing expiration, whereupon the oppression is for the moment 
relieved ; with a weak, scarcely perceptible pulse, and anxious, impatient 
mood,^. — The chest seems oppressed (in the night); whistling and rattling, 
with wheezing and rales in the bronchi, without his being obliged to cough 
on account of tough mucus (after five hours),'. — Stitches in the chest, in 
the morning,'. — Stitches in the chest when walking rapidly, which disap- 
pear during rest,". — [740.] Dull stitches in the chest, which compel expi- 
ration,". — Rhythmical dull stitches from within outward in the thorax, 
during rest and motion, without affecting respiration (after one hour),^l — 
Sharp stitches between the seventh and eighth ribs,". — Sharp stitches in 
the thorax from within outward, in the region of the sixth and seventh true 
ribs, without affecting inspiration or expiration (after three-quartei-s of an 
hour),". — Some violent stitches in the chest,just above the precordial region, 
while he was at rest, especially while reading (after three and a half, sixteen, 
and eighteen hours),'^ — (Crawling in the chest, as if something were crawl- 
ing about in it),'.— [Troubles below the short nhs'],^\— Front. Drawing 
pain behind the sternum,". — Pressure over the whole anterior portion of the 
chest, at night while lying upon the back,'. — Pressure externally upon the 
sternum, while sitting bent over, which causes anxiety, and does not permit 
sufficient inspiration ; it disappears on becoming erect (after six hours),". 
— [750.] Pressure externally on the middle of the sternum while the upper 
part of the body is bent over, and also while standing; it disappears on 
pressing upon it (after twenty-six hours),". — Severe pressure on the sternum 
after eating, worse when sitting bent over or raising the arm,'. — Some 
stitches from the sternum toward the back, soon after drinking (after eight 
hours),'. — Sharp stitches in the forepart of the chest beneath the last ribs, 
without afl^ecting inspiration or expiration,'. — Sharp stitches on the sternum, 
at the point of attachment of the ribs, on both sides from without inward, 
without affecting inspiration or expiration (second day),". — (Throbbing in 

t The bark |yid been given during the cliill of an intermittent fever. — H. 

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the sternum, in the morning and evening),'. — Sides. *Pain in the side, as 
if beaten, or as from a blow,^. — Bone-pains in the joints of the ribs, as if 
bruised, on inspiration,\ — A contractive pain in the right side of the chest, 
in a not very large spot in the middle of the chest, so that he was obliged 
to expel the breath suddenly and almost involuntarily,". — Pressure on the 
left side near the ensiform cartilage,". — [760.] Drawing pressure on the 
right side of the chest while sitting ; it is relieved while standing and walk- 
ing,". — (Sharp pressure, with crawling in one side of the chest),'. — Tearing 
pressure below the last true ribs, on the left side near the ensiform carti- 
lage,'. — A pressive pain in the side of the chest, which impedes breathing,'. 
— Hard pressive pain in the right side of the chest, in the region of the 
fourth and fifth ribs,". — Sticking in the right side of the chest below the 
arm, in the region of the fourth rib, as if it were in the diaphragm, almost 
like a continual stitch ; it disappears on pressing upon it and bending over 
(sixth hour),". — Sharp sticking pain on the left side near the ensiform car- 
tilage and in the pit of the stomach, only on inspiration (after sixty hours),". 
— A tickling-sticking in the left side of the chest, extending towards the 
prsecordial region,'". — [Stitches in the side],*'. — Stitches in the side, while 
sitting and reading,". — [770.] Stitches in the side and back, and constant 
nausea, while eating and drinking (after five hours),'. — Stitches in the sides, 
with great heat, strong, hard pulse, and staring eyes,^'. — Stitches in the left 
side of the chest,'*. — Stitches in the left side of the chest (on expiration), 
while sitting (after two hours),''. — *DuU stitches in the cartilages of the third 
and fourth left false ribs, without affecting inspii'ation or expiration,^^. — Sharp 
stitches near the right nipple, from within outward (after ten hours),". — Severe 
stitches in the side at night, but during the day, only on motion or on 
touch (after thirteen days),'. — Severe stitches beneath the last ribs, on in- 
spiration, which arrest the breathing,'. — *A small spot below the last right 
ribs, in which even the slightest pressure or walking causes a sticking pain,'^. — 
Pressive, fine stitches in the left side of the chest (after eight hours and a 

Heart and Pulse. — Prcecordiutn. [780.] Dilatation of right 
side of heart,^'. — *[_ Oppression of the prcBcordial region, which impedes respi- 
ration'],^''. — Stitch in the prsecordial region after every drink,'. — Seavt's 
Action. ^-Palpitation of the heart,^. — Palpitation of the heart, with inter- 
mitting pulse; intermissions of every ninth beat followed by three or four 
rapid beats,^'. — At 3 a.m., awakened by considerable palpitation of the 
heart, which was not lessened by any change of position, but was increased 
by lying on left side ; at 4 the palpitation subsided, and at 5 he fell asleep 
again ; at 9 the palpitation returned with diminished force, and increased with 
increased motion of the body (120 drops, second day),"". — Soon after dinner, 
considerable palpitation of the heart, increased by movement, lessened by 
quiet, continuing till 7 a.m. (120 drops, after four hours),"". — '* Palpitation and 
rush of blood to the face, which was hot and red, together with coldness of the 
hands (after one hour),*. — Palpitation, immediately followed by chill (after 
twenty minutes),'.t — Violent palpitation, conjoined with anxious sensa- 
tion,'". — [790.] Violent palpitation, with depressed pulse and coldness of 
the skin,^'. — Pulse. Rapid, irregular pulse (after six hours),*. — Rapid 

t The Cinchona fever frequently begins with a concomitant symptom ; with pal- 
pitation, 788, with sneezing, 228, with great anxiety, 29, 1143, with nausea, 1156, 
1139, with great thirst, 400, with ravenous hunger, 1185, 1182, with pressive pain 
in the lower abdomen, 598, or headache, 1114. 

200 CHINA. 

and hard pulse, with flushes of heat, alternating with chilliness of the back, 
which is covered with cold sweat, which also appears on the forehead (after 
a few minutes), without thirst during the chill or fever, lasting five hours,''". 
— After last dose, pulse more than 70,^'. — Pulse 80,"'. — Pulse slow, weak 
(after one hour and a half),'. — Pulse slow, weak, which after a while be- 
came gradually stronger and more rapid (after three-quarters of an hour),'. 
— [Pulse much slower and weaker than usual during the first hours],*°''.f 

Week and Hack. — Week. [Contraction of the neck],^^J — Move- 
ment of the neck is painful,\ — [800.] Pain in the nape of the neck, ex- 
tending to the throat, when turning the head, as if the cervical glands 
were swollen (which was not the case) ; the pain is more severe on touch, 
as if bruised (after a walk),^ — Drawing pains in the nape of the neck,^ — 
Drawing pain in the lower portion of the right side of the neck, just at the 
beginning of the neck, while standing, disappearing on stooping,^ — Several 
stitches in the neck (which leave a kind of stiffness),^". — Slow drawing 
stitches in the anterior cervical muscles, while at rest,^ — Hack. Throb- 
bing-sticking pain in the back,\ — Stitches in the left side of the back (while 
sitting),". — Pain in the back, on the slightest motion, as if bruised (after 
three hours),'. — Dorsal. Contractive pain between the scapulte, while 
standing (after three hours),". — Paiu, as from a sprain, in the shoulder-blade 
(after twenty-four hours),\ — Tearing in the region of the left scapula, on 
inspiration," — [810.] Drawing-tearing pain in the left scapula (after nine 
hours),'. — Needle-like stitches across the right scapula and in the left side 
of the chest (after a quarter of an hour),'^^ — Small stitches in the middle 
of the spine (after five hours),'. — Lumhav. *{Tensive) pain in the 
small of the hack, as from a heavy load or after long stooping (after twenty- 
three hours),'. — ^Intolerable pain in the small of the hack, as from cramp, 
or as if bruised and crushed; the slightest motion caxises sudden crying 
out,^. — Dull sticking pain in the region of the right kidney, more violent 
while bending the body (after twenty-four hours),". — Dull stitches in the 
lumbar regions,". — Jerkiug-tearing in the left side of the small of the 
back,'. — Sacral. Severe sticking-drawing pains in the middle of the 
sacrum, extending towards the lumbar vertebrse,'". — Jerking across the 
sacrum (after half an hour),". — [820.] Painful jerks in the sacrum (after 
twenty-one hours), ^^ 

Extremities in General. — Objective. [Swelling of the 
limbs],^'. — ^Laxity of all the limbs and trembling of the hands,^*. — Trembling 
of the limbs from a chill and creeping shiverings over the thighs, in the 
open, still, not cold, air ; nevertheless, he was not chilly in a cold room 
(after nine hours),". — [Weakness of the limbs],^^ — Trembling, loss of 
power of the limbs, with dilated pupils,'. — [Gout],**. — Subjective. 
^Numbness and deadness of the limhs,^. — The limb upon which he lies goes to 
sleep,\ — A paralytic stiffness in all the joints, causing mental depression, 
on rising from sleep in the morning and from the midday nap,'. — [830.] 
^Heaviness of all the limbs, especially of the thiglis, as if lead were hanging to 
them,''. — [Pain in the limbs, especially in the joints],''^ — Jerking -tearing^ in 
various places on the limbs, especially the hands and soles of the feet, aggravated 

t From a dose of an ounce — H. 

t In an hysterical subject, instead of the paroxysm of ague, with S. 524, 707, 713, 
844, 1145. 
§ The chief pain caused by China seems to bo a jerklilce tearing. — Herrmann. 

CHINA. 201 

hy touch,''. — *A sensible though invisible trembling of all the limbs, combined, 
with a cooling sensation,^''. 

Superior Extremities. — Weakness of the arms, noticed if he 
clenches the hands,\ — Tension in the arms and hands (after two hours)/. 
— Tearing, first in the left and then in the right arm (after three liours 
and a half),''. — Tearing and drawing in the arm, if she stand by the win- 
dow,^ — Paralytic tearing in the upper limbs, which extends into all parts, 
aggravated more by touch than by motion,". — * Paralytic jerking-tearing in 
the bones of the upper limbs, aggravated by touch (after one hour),". — [840.] 
Paralytic jerking-tearing, which extends from the head of the humerus along 
the muscles and bones to the phalanges, where it is painless ; therewith the 
whole arm is weakened; the pain is increased by touch (after three hours),". 
— Shoulder, Intermitting pressive-drawing pain on the margin of the 
right axilla, near the forepart (after three days),". — Tearing pressure in 
the left axilla and on the anterior and inner border of the scapula,". — 
Paralytic jerking-tearing on the top of the shoidder, which is painfully sensi- 
tive to touch; after the pain has disappeared, it is renewed by touch ; even the 
pressure of the coat on the shoulder causes i<,".t — A.rm. [The arms are out- 
stretched, with flexed fingers'],^^.'l — Paralytic pain in the right upper arm, 
ivhich begins in the head of the Inimerus and loses itself in the hand as a fine 
and slight tearing, together with warmth of the whole body, especially of the 
forehead (after eight hours),". — Sticking pains in the upper arm, which 
almost immediately disappeared on moving it (after three-quarters of an 
hour),''". — Jerking-tearing in the humerus, towards the upper and inner 
portion (after two hours),". — Elbow. Painful drawing on the coronoid 
process of the left ulna (in the bend of the- elbow), more violent when 
touched,". — Tearing-piercing through the left elbow-joint, frequently re- 
turning,\ — -[850.] Stitches in the left elbow-joint,". — Tearing pain in the 
left elbow-joint,' worse on motion (after two hours),". — Forearm. The 
forearm goes to sleep when bending it (for example, when writing), with 
fine sticking in the tips of the fingers,\ — Drawing pains in the bones of the 
forearm, as if the periosteum had been scraped with a dull knife,". — Draw- 
ing bone-pains from the elbow to the fingers, in the evening (after twenty- 
four hours),'. — Tearing and drawing back and forth, now in the right fore- 
arm, where it disappears on rubbing, now in the left (after four hours),'". — 
Tearing in both ulnse, worse on touch,". — Wrist. Sharp drawing-sticking 
across the left wrist (in the evening), (after thirteen and fourteen hours),". 
— Hand. * Trembling of the hand while writing (after one hour),'l — Draw- 
ing pain across the back of the hand, which is swollen, on moving the left 
hand,'. — [860.] Drawing pain in the palm transversely across the roots of 
the fingers,". — The hand pains (cramplike drawing) on closing it,". — Dull 
sticking in the metacarpal bone of the right index finger,". — Tearing at 
the point where the metacarpal bones unite with the bones of the wrist 
(after five hours),". — -Jerking-tearing in the base of the hand and meta- 
carpal bones,". — Jerking-tearing in the metacarpal bones and fingers, aggra- 
vated by touch,''. — Fingers. The knuckle of the middle finger is swollen ; 

. £ , 

t Cinchona bark has this characteristic peculiarity, that not only by motion, and 
especially by touch of the part are the pains aggravated (S. 602, 776, "778, 832, 836, 
839, 840, 848, 865, 914, 934), but even if the pains have disiippeared, they are 
renewed by simply touching the part, as in this symptom and 901, 916, and then 
often increase to a frightful severity; hence this bark is frequently the only remedy 
in similar cases. — H. 

I See note to S. 798. 

202 CHINA. 

he cannot move it on account of pain and stiffness,^ — [Blue nails],". — 
Drawing in the thumb, middle and index fingers, extending upward,^ — 
Tearing in the bones of the last phalanges of the fingers of the right hand, 
especially severe in the joints, without affecting motion (after half an hour),". — 
[870.] Fine sticking-tearing in the last joint of the right thumb,"! — 
Jerking-tearing in the phalanges of the fingers (after twenty-four hours),'. 
— Jerking pain in the left little finger,^ 

Inferior Extremities. — Tottering of lower extremities,^'. — Weak- 
ness and exhaustion in the upper and lower legs, as from a long walk," — 
Walking becomes difficult, and he feels very soon exhausted, as from a 
sensation of heaviness and paralysis of the legs,'*. — The lower limbs go to 
sleep while sitting,^ — Cramplike (stickinglike) drawing in the upper and 
lower legs (after half an hour),^'. — Pain, like a sticking and burning, 
simultaneously on several parts of the lower limbs,'. — Jlij). Weakness 
and unsteadiness of the hip and knee-joints, two mornings in succession, as 
though he had taken a long walk on the day previous ; on continued 
motion this sensation leaves the joints, and changes to a bruised pain in 
the upper thigh during the first day, but more especially in the lower legs 
on the second day,'. — [880.] [Pain in the hip-joint, knees, and foot, as if 
they were sprained or crushed],'^^| — In the hip and knee-joints, pressive 
drawing when sitting, which disappears on standing and walking,^ — 
Thigll. Hard swelling of the thigh, which at times extends down over 
the knee to the sole of the foot, becoming thinner in the lower part, red- 
dish, and painful to touch,'. — Weakness of the thighs,'. — Sensation in the 
left thigh, while standing, as though there were hardened pimples in the 
flesh, with drawing pain in it (after two hours),^ — (Burning on the front 
of the upper part of the thigh),'. — A burning and crawling, as if gone to 
sleep, in the thigh on which he had been sitting, on rising from sitting ; 
especially noticed in the hollow of the knee, particularly while standing,^ 
— Tension in the anterior muscles of the thighs when walking,'. — Cramp- 
like paralytic pain in the right thigh and knee-joint, on rising from sitting, 
if he had sat for some time; also noticed while walking (after five hours 
and a half),'. — Drawing in the nates and also in the knees, while stand- 
ing, which ceases while sitting.§ — [890.] Slow painful drawing on the 
inner side of the left thigh, which seems to be only in the skin,". — Cramp- 
like drawing in the right thigh, extending upward from the hollow of the 
knee (with sensation of pressure), just as if the lower leg would be drawn 
up, in the evening, while sitting ; it disappears when standing and walk- 
ing,". — In the bend of the thigh, especially in the tendon (of the psoric 
muscle), a pressive drawing, while sitting,^ — A painful pressive drawing 
downward in the femora, mostly while sitting, in the afternoon,^ — Tearing- 
drawing in the left nates, while sitting,^ — * Drawing pain in the hones of 
the thigh, as if the periosteum had been scraped with a dull Jcnife,^. — Pain in 
the posterior muscles of the thigh as if they were beaten, while sitting,'. — 
In the upper part of the flesh of the right nates, on the pelvic bone, pulselike 
steadily increasing pressure while sitting, which disappeai-s after rising,^ — A 
stitch on the posterior portion of the right thigh, extending downward, while 
standing,". — Tearing in the femora from above downward, during rest and 

f Stieking-tearing and sticking-drawing (which also sometimes become a jerk- 
ins-tearing) seem to be the characteristic pains of Cinchona. See also 857,' 877, 
929, 945, 948. 
^ X See note to S. 520. ^ The authority is omitted by Hahnemann. 

CHINA. 203 

motion ; paroxysmal, lasting several days (after seventy-two hours),'^ — 
[900.] Jerking-like tearing in the thigh/. — Jerldng-tearing on the anterior 
and outer portion of the right and left thighs, only caused by touch, not by 
motion,^^. — Jerkin g-tearing on the anterior portion of the left thigh (after two 
hours),'. — Jerking in the middle of the left thigh (after five hours),''. — 
Knee. *IIot swelling of the right knee, with drawing-tearing pain, whereby 
he is waked at night (at 12 o'clock),'. — Giving way of the knees, especially 
on ascending steps,^ — When walking, the knees give out and bend under,^ 
— Pain in the knee on bending it, preventing sleep, with nodes in the 
skin on it,'. — Slight trembling of the knees when rising from sitting, which 
was relieved while walk^ng,^ — A sharp drawing pain in the right knee 
when rising from sitting and when walking, which disappears on sitting 
again (in the afternoon),'". — [910.] Rhythmical jerklike drawing in the 
tendons of the flexor muscles in the hollow of the knee,^— Stitches in the 
left knee-joint,". — Tearing, extending from the knee-joint up towards the 
thigh, combined with iveakness, so that standing and walking became diffi- 
cult,". — A jerking-tearing on the inner side of the patella,'. — Paralytic 
tearing in the right knee-joint, which soon extends upward towards the thigh, 
and then extends downward toward the lower leg, with weakness of the part, 
aggravated more by touch than by motion,^^. — Pain in the knee on the slight- 
est motion, as if bruised (after three hours),'. — Pain on the side of the pa- 
tella when touched (after two hours),'. — Jerking pain in the knee,^. — Leg. 
[Hard dark-red swelling on the calf, which progresses to suppuration],^". — 
Weakness iu the lower legs when walking, the whole day (after two 
hours),™.-^[920.] An inner restlessness in the lower legs obliges him to 
bend them double and draw them up,^ — A severely burning tension above 
the tendo Achillis,'". — *Sensation in the lower leg as if the garters were 
tied too tightly, and as if the leg would go to sleep and become stiff,'. — 
Painful cramp in the left calf at night, on stretching or bending up the 
foot, which prevents sleep (after sixteen hours),'. — Drawing pain in the 
right tibia, in the lower portion near the heel, and then in the whole lower 
portion of the foot, while sitting.'^ — Painful drawing in the bones of the 
lower legs (second day),". — Cramplike drawing on the inner side of the 
left sole, while sitting,^ — :Pressive drawing in the tibia, in the evening, 
while sitting ; it disappears on standing and walking,^. — A pressive draw- 
ing pain on the outer and inner portion of the left tibia, below the patella, 
on stretching out the left lower leg while sitting, which disappears on bend- 
ing the leg,^ — Sticking-drawing in the heels (after forty-eight hours),'. — 
[930.] Sticking in the tibice ivhile walking, which disappears during rest 
(aftei- five and several hours),'^ — Stitches now in the tibia, now in the 
back, now in the chest, while sitting (after fourteen hours),". — Severe, 
sharp, suddenly recurring stitches in the upper part of the calf, while 
walking in the open air,^ — Tearing in the calf,'l — Bruised pain in the 
bones of the lower (?) leg when stepping upon it, and still worse when 
touched ; if she feels of it, shivering of the whole foot and chilliness, as if 
she had put it into cold water,'. — Pain in the lower half of both lower (?) 
legs, as if the periosteum were bruised and swollen, only when standing ; 
when touched, a smarting pain, as if there were a sore bruised spot,'. — 
Foot. [Swelling of the feet],^l— [Painful swelling of the feet],''.—* Very 
soft swelling of the soles of the /eei,'.— [Paralysis of the feet],".— [940.] 
^Weakness of the feet, as if they were bruised (after four hours),'. — Violent 
sticking-burning in the upper part of the foot, close to the tibia (while sit- 
ting),'. — Contractive pinching pain on the outer side of the right sole 

204 CHINA. 

(after six hours),'. — Drawing pain in the metatarsal bones of the right 
foot,". — Drawing, with sore paiu, on the back of the foot while standing, 
which disappears while sitting,". — Very violent tearing-sticking iu the soles 
of the feet, while sitting and walking,'. — Stitches in the left sole," — 
Stitches in the scar of a'woiind on the left foot,l — Sticking-tearing in the 
sole of the foot, in the region of the heel, while sitting and walking," — 
Jerklihe tearing in the tarsal and metatarsal hones^^. — [950,] Jerklike tear- 
ing in the metatarsal bones and in the toes,''. — Jerklike tearing, aggravated 
only by touch, not by motion, in the metatarsal bones and in the phalanges, 
especially in the joints (after thirty-one hours),". — Jerklike tearing at the 
union of the metatarsal with the ankle-bones (after twenty-five hours),". — 
Sticking-crawling, extending from the great toe up to the back of the foot, 
as if the part had been frozen, in the evening, while sitting, disappearing on 
standing and walking,''.t — Toes. Boring stitches in the tips of the toes,'. 
General Symptoms. — Objective. [CEdema],^l — Erysipelatous 
swelling of the whole body,''*.— ^CDropsy],'* " "■'«"=°^"=.— Turgor of the 
cutaneous veins (70 drops),"' — [Asphyxia, apparent death],". — [960.] 
[Cachexise]," ". — [Consumption],''* ". — [Slight attacks as of apoplexy, loss 
of consciousness],^'. J — Wandering rheumatism, now in one part, now in 
another, without swelling or fever, alternating with pains in the interior 
of the body,".§ — [Suppression of the evacuatious],". — Stretching,'. — Trem- 
bling,^'. — Jerkings,". — Craraplike jerking in various muscles,^ — Cracking 
in the joints,'. — [970.] Extreme lightness of all movements, as if he had 
no body (after two to three hours),l|| — Inclination to lie down,', — After 
the last dose, an agreeable melange of inclination to rest and merriment,"'. 
— Aversion to physical or mental exertion,''. — [Sleepy indolence],^". — Indo- 
lence,'". — A lauguid condition of mind and body, with unusual sensitive- 
ness,'. — Awoke in morning quite lively, yet feeling somewhat exhausted, 
as after a night of walking (second day),"". — *Weakiiess,'". — Weakness; 
he could scarcely hold up the head, and fell asleep,". — [980.] Weakness 
and relaxation of the whole body,". — Weakness, together with loss of the 
senses,'*. — Weakness and sleepiness q/fer supper (after twelve hours),'. — At 
one time weakness, at another extreme sensation of vigor in the joints,".^ 
— Chronic weakness,''ltt — [Sinking of the strength],*". — [Exhausted 
strength],™. ;|;J — Exhaustion and relaxation of the body and mind (after one 
hour),'. — * Exhaustion of the whole body, noticed even while sitting, but still 
more while walking,'.— *'Faintness,'^ " *l— [990.] [Faintness, death],*"^§§— 
Great faintness, ''".||||— Restlessness,™. — Sensations. *Excessive tender- 

t Although the symptoms and piiins of China are most frequently (next to touch, 
S. 843) caused and aggravated by movement of tlie part, yet there is also ii not un- 
common alternate action, in which the symptoms are relieved and removed by 
motion, as in this case and 802, 881, 891, 897, 920, 927, 928, and also in which they 
chiefly occur during rest, 893, 894, 896, 1013, 1017, 1018, 1021.— H. 

X See note to S. 526. 

I In those who have taken China for a long time. — Hughes. 

II Alternate action, following the previous sensation of weakness caused by 
China.— H. 

T[ An alternate action in a healthy person. — H. 

ft Not found — Hughes. 

jj Mentioned by the author only to reject it.— Hughes. 

§1 Also Sydenham (Opera Lips.. 1695, p. 379) speaks of two men killed by Cin- 
chona bark taken a few hours before the paroxysm of fever.— H. 

nil Occurred in a strong man wlio had taken a drachm of the best red bark at one 
dose ; the attack of faintness was so violent that he did not come out of it until an 
emetic had been administered. — H. 

CHINA. 205 

ness and sensitiveness of the nervous system ; the special senses, sight, 
smell, hearing, and taste, seem too acute; his internal sensibility is of- 
fended, and his mind is unpleasantly affected ; previous pains seem subdued 
and violently suppressed, together with great heaviness of the whole body,^. — 
*Excessive sensitiveness of all the nerves, with a inorbid sensation of 
general weakness,\f — The sensibility of the whole nervous system is par- 
ticularly increased, tense, and excited,^ — Cannot endure the customary 
tobacco-smoke ; it affects his nerves,^ — *Exoessive, almost painful, sensi- 
tiveness of the skin of the whole body, even of the palms of the hands 
(after ten hours),^. — *In the morning, after a night-siveat, the skin is not 
sensitive to the air, and is not liable to take cold ; he is able to uncover himself 
without injury,^. — Feeling of comfort in the evening,". — [1000.] Weari- 
ness,\ — Weariness and indolence after dinner,^. — * Weariness after eating, so 
that he desires to lie down and sleep,^. — ^Sensation of weakness, especially on 
rising from sitting ; is much inclined to sit down, and even sinks back upon a 
chair if he does not exert the muscles; whereupon a comfortable sensation of 
rest follows (after three and four hours),l — He seems very weak and pros- 
trated in the open air, and very faint about the stomach and chest, al- 
though he seems to have a superabundance of strength for walking,''. — • 
Sensation of heaviness of the body,*". — If he remains erect for a few min- 
utes, stiffness follows, he becomes pale and loses consciousness,". — All the 
joints feel stiff ou rising from the midday nap,'. — An internal sensation as 
of impending disease,'. — He feels sick generally; is not at all well,'. — 
[1010.] Complaints from a slight draft of air,'. — *Dread of the open air,^. 
— Rheumatic pains,''". — *Pain in the joints while sitting and lying; the limb 
cannot endure lying quietly in one place, as after an excessive fatigue from 
a long journey, or from great exhaustion consec[uent upon excessive bleed- 
ing or a profuse loss of semen ; one is obliged to move the limbs hither and 
thither, at one time bend them up, at another stretch thein oid^.l^ — [Tensive 
pains],''l — Affection of the bones, like a drawing,^ — * Tensive, extremely 
senmtive drawing pain in almost all the bones, now in one, now in another, 
which is for the moment relieved ivhile lying, but soon returns 'more violent 

f Compare with note to 1013. Here we see expressed the peculiar weakness 
which Cinchona causes in such an excessive degree, and it is especially this kind 
that Cinchona can permanently remove, if the other morbid symptoms correspond 
to those caused by Cinchona This particular kind of weakness is very similar to 
the exhaustion caused by the loss of fluids. — H. 

% The weakness here noticed as if proceeding from great loss of the fluids is asso- 
ciated with 1, 987, 993, 994, 995, 1014, together with the mental symptoms (11, 32, 
40, 41, 47), also with the existence of disordered digestion, the disturbance after eat- 
ing, the much too easy sweating, especially on the back, on motion and during sleep, 
and the confusion of the head, and is exactly that weakness for which Cinchona is 
the only fit remedy, and it, almost without exception, affects persons who have lost an 
essential portion of their strength by haemorrhoids or frejuent bloodletting, by con- 
stant loss of milk from the breast, by excessive nursing of children, by excessive 
coition, or onanism, or frequent involuntary emissions, by profuse sweating during 
disease, by too powerful sudoriScs, by diarrliosas, or by frequently repealed cathar- 
tics. In the other forms of morbid exhaustion, when the disease itself does not And 
its remedy in this drug, Cinchona is always followed by the most pernicious results, 
frequently shortening the life of the patient; although, indeed, in these inappropri- 
ate cases an excitement of the vitality may be produced during the first few hours, 
but which is easily seen to be unnatural and forced, and which only tends to hasten 
death by the excessive excitement; and if in these cases its use be long continued, 
a cachexia diflScult to cure may be brought about by the malpractice of the physi- 
cian. — H. 

206 CHINA. 

than ever (after fourteen hours),".— *PaTO in all the joints, as from a heavy 
weight pressing upon them, in the morning, in bed, disappearing on rising,^. 
— Pain in all the joints, as from a heavy weight pressing upon them, while 
sitting ; the longer he sits, the more tired he becomes,^ — * Oppression of all 
parts of the body, as if the clothes were too tight {after walking in the open 
air),^. — [1020,] *He is sore all over, in the joints, the bones, and the perios- 
teum, as if they had been sprained, like a drawing-tearing, especially in the 
spine, the sacrum, the knees, and thighs,\ — Pain in all the joints, as if 
bruised, during the morning nap; the longer he lies, the more they pain; 
he is obliged to move the limbs frequently, because motion relieves the 
pain ; when fully awake, the pains disappear,^ — Bone-pains in the joints 
of the ribs, in the limbs, in the shoulders, and in the shoulder-blades, as if 
they were bruised, if he touches or moves them, even in the slightest de- 

Skin.— Objective. [Yellow color of the skin],'l— *[Jauiidice],"«»'". 
■ — A jumping in the skin of the abdomen in several places, as if a hair 
were pulled up,". — Eruptions, Dry. In the morning, frightful swell- 
ing of face, forearms, and hands (urticaria) ; eight days after this had dis- 
appeared the dose was repeated, upon which the eruption returned with the 
same intensity; this time the nettlerash pimples were mingled with vesicles 
like varicella," — Eruption in.the concha,^ — (Red rashlike eruption on the 
forepart of the throat, without itchingj,\ — JErtiptions, 3Ioist. Wa- 
tery blisters behind the ea.ra,\—JEruptions, Pustular. [1030.] Boil 
upon the cheek,'. — A boil in the pectoral muscles,^ — [Eruption on the lips 
and tongue, ulcers, which itch and burn very much],*'. | — (Offensive matter 
is discharged from an ulcer, with burning and itching in it ; he cannot let 
the foot hang down ; the foot is painful when standing),'. — Subjective. 
Fine sticking at various points in the skin,". — Itching of the skin ; blood 
oozes on scratching,'. — Intolerable itching at night," — Itching of the skin ; 
after scratching, vesicles, as from burning nettles, appear,'. — Sensation at 
the elbow-joint as if the skin were infiltrated with blood,'". — Contractive 
pain on the left side of the oaciput externally ; it seems as though the skin were 
drawn to one point; not aggravated by touch,". — [1040.] Boring pain in an 
ulcer,'.- — Digging pain in a sore,'. — An ulcer becomes painfully sensitive, 
with boring pain in it,'. — Painful sensitiveness of the skin of the thighs to 
the rubbing of the clothes, as though the skin were raw and covered with 
pimples (after eight days),'^^ — Throbbing pain in an ulcer on moving the 
part, but not during rest,'. — (Sticking-throbbing pain in an ulcer, even 
while at rest),'. — (Creeping in the skin of the forehead),'. — Itching-crawl- 
ing in the scrotum, in the evening in bed, which causes rubbing,'. — Itching 
on the left lid,". — Itchiug on the arms, loins, and chest, especially in the 
evening ; after scratching pimples appear,'. — Violent itching on the right 
sole while walking and sitting, relieved for awhile by scratching,". — [1050.] 
Burning-itching under the knees, on the inside of the arms, when warm 
and at night in bed, with eruption of small blisters which contain water, 
but which disappear in the cold air,'. — Sticking-itching on the scrotum,". — 
In a sore (an ulcer) sticking-itching pain, lasting two hours (after a few 
hours),'. — Biting-itching, almost only on those parts upon which he does 
not lie, and which are turned upward (during the midday nap), (after 
twenty-six hours),'.^ — Biting-itching almost only in those parts upon which 

t This is tho alternate action of '299, 300, 302.— H. 
j Said to be critical. — Huqhbs. 

CHINA. 207 

he lies in bed ; scratching relieves only for a moment ; but if he lies upon 
the other side, so that the itching side may be upward, then the itching 
soon disappears (after eight and nine hours),'. — Crawling-itching on the 
coccyx, which disappears for only a short time on rubbing (after one hour),'. 
Sleep and I)re(ims. — Sleepiness. Inclination to yawn.'^^ — 
Yawning,^. — Yawning and stretching (after a quarter of an hour),". — Yawn- 
ing, with chilliness of the body,'. — [1060.] Incessant yawning, without 
sleepiness,'. — After dinner, great inclination to lie down and sleep,'. — 
Sleepiness during the day,'. — Sleepiness after eating,^. — Sleepiness with pal- 
pitation,'. — Sleepiness the whole day, with stretching of the limbs and 
yawning,^ — Sleepiness, soon followed by activity ,'1^ — Constant sleepiness 
during the day ; he falls asleep unawares,'. — Overpowering sleepiness while 
sitting,'. — 8.30 p.m., striving against drowsiness,'".-^[1070.] As soon as she 
sits down during the day she nods and slumbers; but if she lies down she 
becomes wide awake on the slightest noise,'. — Very sound sleep at night, 
only twice awakened by thirst and two calls to urine (the latter unusual),'". 
— Very sound sleep, as of a drunken person, without waking once ; in the 
morning he was completely confused in his head, as though he had not 
slept enough, together with pressure in the temples on shaking his head,". — 
While asleep one eye is open, the other half closed, with the eyeballs turned 
upward, as in a dying person (after one hour),'. — While asleep he lies upon 
the back, with his head thrown backwards, arms stretched above his head, 
with slow expiration, and strong, rapid pulse,'. — Sleeplessness. Sleep- 
lessness the entire night,". — Sleeplessuess until midnight, with pressive 
pains all over the head,*."}" — She cannot sleep the whole night ; vivid and 
disagreeable thoughts one after another ci-owd upon her,'. — He was unable 
to sleep on account of many thoughts and reflections ; each occupied him 
for only a short time, but in succession crowded upon him, so that through 
nearly the whole night no sleep came to his eyes, on account of which he 
became very warm all over towards morning, although he is unable to have covering, or to be uncovered ; without thirst (after thirty hours),'. — 
Feeling more lively than sleepy at night, lay down on sofa, and smoked a 
pipe,''^ — [1080.] He falls asleep late ; he is unable to sleep on account of 
many thoughts ; he also does not sleep soundly, and in the morning on 
rising is very much exhausted,'. — Sleep only from 3 to 5 a.m.,'*. — [Uneasy 
sleep],™. — Uneasy sleep, with tossing about, without waking,'". — Uneasy 
sleep, and slight sweat all over after waking in the night,'l — Uneasy sleep, 
fult of dreams and crying out,'. — Uneasy sleep at night, from which he 
started up from time to time, and every time remained unconscious for some 
moments,'". — Uneasy sleep at night, with worrying dreams and tossing 
about, from which he awoke every time,'. — Uneasy sleep; he could not fall 
asleep ; if he fell asleep he soon awoke, with sweat on the scalp and fore- 
head, with chilliness over the back,™. — Uneasiness and loss of sleep,'". — 
[1090.] Unquiet sleep in the night, interrupted by four or five erections 
(first day),"\ — At night in sleep, he tosses about, uncovers himself, and has 
all kinds of worrying dreams of former occurrences ; in the morning he 
cannot get wide awake, on account of confusion and stupidity in the head ; 
he feels out of sorts in the morning and not at all refreshed by his sleep,". 
— He starts up on falling asleep,'. — He starts out of sleep at night,'. — Slept 
for some hours, waking frequently at intervals ; on the whole, the night re- 

t The pressive headaclie at night seems to be characteristic of China ; also the 
pain in the umbilical region in the evening in bed is related thereto. — H. 

208 CHINA. 

sembled one after indulging in spirituous liquors during the day/'. — Out of 
nervous anxiety went to bed as early as a quarter past eight, soon fell asleep, 
but awoke frequently (120 drops after eleven hours),"". — Loss of sleep after 
midnight ; he is also very sleepy, though his thoughts remain active, so that 
he remains with the eyes closed, and frequently changes his position in bed,'. 
— He woke two hours earlier than usual in the morning,". — Dreams. 
Confused fancies, in the evening on falling asleep, on which account he 
awoke again (after sixteen hours),". — Confused, senseless dreams, from 
which he frequently awoke,". — [1100.] Sleep disturbed by confused, inter- 
rupted dreams, with frequent wakings ; on waking he did not become per- 
fectly conscious,'. — * Confused, senseless dreams after midnight, mm^eA with 
half unconscious waking,". — Voluptuous dreams, with emissions,'^ — *IIeavy 
dreams during the sleep at night, which make him anxious after waking^. — 
Anxious dreams at night, whereupon he awoke in a half unconscious condi- 
tion, and remained frightened for some time,^'. — An anxious dream ; he imag- 
ines he is descending a precipice, on which account he awakes, but the danger- 
ous place remains vividly before his fancy (especially on closing the eyes), 
so that he continues for a long time in a great fright about it, and cannot 
quiet himself,\ — Just as he is falling asleep he is waked by frightful fan- 
tasies,\f — A frightful dream at night (after eight hours),'. — Frightful 
dreams of unhappiness, which awoke him, without, however, his being able 
to come to his senses,'. — At night frightful dreams of falling from a height, 
with waking full of uneasiness, with loss of consciousness for the first few 
moments,''. — [1110.] Dreamed that some one had stabbed his brother, and 
then he called for his mother ; that his mother was dead, and then he cried; 
that his mother's arm was hurt ; on each occasion the impression continued 
after waking,'". — As soon as she closes her eyes to sleep, dreams of horrible 

iFever. — Chilliness. Chilliness,*'; (after a quarter of an hour),l — 
Chilliness of the whole body, more internally (after three hours and a half),'". 
— Chilliness over the whole body, without external coldness, followed by 
dull cutting headache, extending into the orbits,'*. — Chilliness over the 
whole body, with cold hands (after half an hour),'". — Chilliness of the 
whole body, with very cold feet (after two hours),". — Chilliness of the whole 
body, without external coldness,'*. — Chilliness, without coldness of the 
body, without thirst (during the one and a half hours between the chill 
and heat),".J — Chilliness of the body, as if a cold wind blew upon it, 
especially when walking, only seldom with shivering; it only comes^.on 
while sitting, over the arms, loins, and thighs (after eight hours),". — [1120.] 
Some chilliness, with pressure in the abdomen,™. — Slight chilliness over 
the whole body,'".— Fleeting chilliness, especially over the back (immedi- 
ately),'". — Violent febrile chilliness at 5 a.m., with coldness of the feet (after 
twelve hours),". — Internal chilliness, without perceptible external coldness 
(after four hours), '-.§ — Chill internally and externally over the whole body, 
at times most in the marrow of the bones of the feet, which are colder than 
the hands (after half an hour),'. — Chill the whole afternoon, alternating 

f Uneasy sleep iit night, with dreams that cause anxiety and starting up, on 
waking from which he cannot collect his senses, or about which he continues to be 
anxious, is very characteristic of Cinchona. — H. 

J On the second and third days after taking the drug the intervals between the 
chill and heat in the paroxysm became longer. 

I 1118, 1124, alternate action with 1151. 

CHINA. 209 

with heat, together with weakness of the lower limbs; everything is far 
worse while walking in the open air,^". — [Two attacks of chill at different 
times, preceding the fever],''^ — Febrile chill (after a quarter of an hour), 
coming and going alternately, together with weakness of the knees and 
tibiae, while walking and standing, less while sitting,*. — "^'Febrile chill over 
the whole body from time to time during the whole day, especially on the fore- 
head, which has cold sweat upon it : violent thirst a quarter of an hour after 
the first chill (after one hour),*. — [1130.] Febrile attacks of chill and sweat 
throughout the whole day, intermingled with a persistent sensation of heat 
and redness of the face, alternating with a little thirst,^ — *8haking chill 
over the whole body, luithout thirst,^^. — Shaking chill over the whole body, 
with ice-cold hands, without thirst (after one to three hours),". — "■'Shaking 
chill and internal coldness for several hours, without thirst (after half an hour 
and one hour),^\ — External shaking chill and shivering, with internal chil- 
liness, wherewith the left hand and left foot were colder, afterwards both 
hands and feet became equally cold, without thirst (half an hour to one 
hour),^\ — (Severe shaking chill, in the evening on lying down),\ — Shiver- 
ing over the whole body, with gooseflesh (after one hour),' ; in the open 
air,'\ — Shivering over the whole body, without thirst (after two hours and a 
half),". — Shivering over the whole body, though less severe on the limbs, 
without thirst; the body is not cold, only the hands (after half an hour),". 
— Shivering in the morning and forenoon, with cold hands, sensation of 
nausea, and rapid pulse,". — [1140.] In the morning, shivering for half an 
hour, without thirst and without subsequent heat,*. — Shivering and chill 
on going from the open air into the warm room (after five hours),*.t — Shiv- 
ering and shaking chill over the whole bodyj'^. — Shivering and shaking chill 
through the whole body, with cold hands and dulness of mind (after one 
hour),". — He is attacked with shivering and creeping chill in the open air 
that is not cold ; they immediately cease in the room,*. — [Slight shivering, 
followed by loss of speech],^'.! — Violent shivering in the open air, together 
with shaking chill and gooseflesh,'^'. — At noon he eats with relish and with 
good appetite, but an hour afterwards there follows coldness without thirst, 
and afterwards a sensation of heat,".^ — Coldness and shivering when walk- 
ing in the open air at 5 p.m., disappearing in the room (after ten hours) ; an 
hour afterwards great heat, especially in the face, increased on motion and 
on walking; thirst follows an hour after the disappearance of the heat,". — 
Internal coldness, periodic, with shivering and shaking chill over the whole 
body (immediately),'". — [1150.] Internal sensation of coldness, mostly on 
the arms and hands,*. — He is cold all over,*.§ — Chilliness in the back while 
walking in the open air, afterwards heat in the back, with breaking out of 
sweat, immediately after which there again follows a cold sensation and 
chilliness,™.— Slight chilliness in the back (after three hours),^l — Shivering 
just above the elbows and above the knees,". — *Shivering or chilliness, ivith 
gooseflesh, after every swallow of drink (after six hours),*. — Chill over the 
arms, with nausea in the stomach, followed by cold limbs, with shivering 
and recurrent nausea,*. — Shivering chill on the chest and arms, when 
walking in the open air,*. — Coldness of the hands,*'. — * Coldness of the 
hands and feet, even in a warm room,^. — [1160.] Coldness and chilliness in 
the kjiees (after half an hour),*. — Coldness of the feet in the evening,*. 

t An infrequent alternate action of the much more frequent condition, 1136, 1144, 
1148, 1157, and 1172. 
J See note toS. 798. ? Alternate action with 1118, 1124. 

VOL. III. — 14 

210 CHINA. 

— Coldness of the hands, feet, and nose,\ — The right hand is noticeably- 
colder than the left,". — Feeling of coldness in the stomach,^ — Sensation of 
coldness on the lower limbs, while the face and chest are still warm (after 
one hour),". — Sensation of icy coldness in the left hand, though externally 
it did not feel colder than the right,'.! — *Sensaiion of internal coldness in 
the upper abdomen after every sivallow of drink, and renewed on every inspi- 
ration (after four hours),\ — A cold sensation in the left lower leg, from the 
knee to the sole of the foot,'^ — Cold sensation on the ankles and coldness 
of the rest of the body, while walking iu the open air, preceded by increased 
warmth in the room that was not warm, in the forenoon before dinner,*. — 
[1170.] Cold hands (after a quarter of an hour),'. — Cold hands in the even- 
ing, and hot cheeks,". — Cold hands, with chilliness externally over the 
whole body, as if he had been dashed with cold water; in the open air it 
amounted to chattering of the teeth ; it disappeared in the room, except 
that the coldness of the hands persisted,'". — Cold feet in the evening (after 
four hours),". — Cold hands and feet in the morning, with shivering chill 
over the thighs, which was aggravated by walking (after twenty-eight 
hours),". — One hand is icy cold, the other warm,'. — Ice-cold feet, with 
warmth of the rest of the body (after one hour),'^ — Heat. Somewhat in- 
creased warmth of the ivhole body, with distended veins, though without thirst, 
with easily dilating pupils (after eight and twelve hours),'. — The whole body 
is very warm, especiallj' the face and chest (after half an hour),". — At one 
time warmth, at another coldness over the whole body (after half an hour 
to one hour), alternating the whole forenoon,^'. — [1180.] Heat over the 
whole body, Avithout thirst (after three hours),'. — *Heat over the whole body, 
with fine needle-like stitches in the skin, especially of the throat, together with 
great thirst for cold water (after twenty-two hours),". — Heat of the whole 
body from 5 to 7 p.m., aggravated on walking in the open air, which caused 
sweat on the forehead, preceded and at first accompanied by heat and 
great hunger, which return after the fever; on walking there is a sensation 
iuthe abdomen as of hot water running down (a creeping of heat over the 
whole abdomen and down the thighsl, with red cheeks, witiiout thirst (after 
twelve hours),". — Heat throughout the whole body, internally and exter- 
nally, as from drinking wine, with redness of the face,". — *Heat of the 
whole body, ivith siuollen veins of the arms and hands, ivithout sweat or 
thirst (after four hours and a half ),l — Heat of the body, with redness and 
heat of the face for three hours, with great hunger; burning of tiie lips 
if they touch each other, with burning-sticking pain in the skin about 
the lips, in the afternoon,". — Heat, with sensation of heat of the body; at 
first therewith the limbs are still cold, and he has a sensation of coldness 
in them (after half an hour), with slight thirst for cold water,". — Heat, 
alternating with chill ; heat follows about half an hour to an hour after 
the chill ; some thirst for cold water during the heat,". — Some heat towards 
evening, though quite free from chill, with rapid pulse (after twelve hours),*. 
— [Irregular heat, acute fever, with excessive sweat],"''. — [1190.] Dry heat 
the whole day,^ — Sensation of heat throughout the whole body, with dis- 
tended veins, with cold feet, with external warmth over the rest of the 
body not perceptibly increased,'. — A very transient sensation of heat, ivith 
heat of the whole body, and in several places in the skin fine, slight, needle-like 
stitches, with third for cold water (after one hour),". — Very great sensation 
of heat over the whole body, with red cheeks, heat of the trunk and arms, 

t Alternate action witli 1163, 1^08. 

CHINA. - 211 

moderate warmth in the upper and lower legs and feet, with moist forehead, 
without thirst,'. — Sensation of flashes of heat, with thirst for cold drinks,'. 
^During the heat he is scarcely able to uncover the hands without diffi- 
culty,\ — (Fever periodically recurring), ^If — [Fever, with loss of appetite], 'I 
— (Increased fever),''\J — (Diminished chill and increased fever),^l — [1200.] 
[Insidious fever],^**'. — Warmth of the face, with chilliness of the rest of 
the body, and shortly afterwards coldness of the forehead, with a sensation 
of warmth in the rest of the body,^l — Warmth and redness of the face, while 
the rest of the body was cold, with sometimes an unpleasant sensation of cold- 
ness {chill) on the ivarm forehead,*. — Warmth of the face, with redness of 
the cheeks, with dry sticky lips, without thirst, at 3 p.m.,". — Warmth in 
abdominal region,™. — Feeling of warmth in abdominal region (70 drops),™. 
■ — Agreeable warmth in the abdominal region (18 drops after one hour 
and a half),*^ — An agreeable warmth from the region of the stomach to 
the navel, with one tasteless eructation (18 drops),'"". — The right hand is 
warm (while writing), the left cold,".§ — The hands are now warm, now cold,\ 
— [1210.] Heat in the head and oppression of the chest, towards morning,^ 
— Heat in the head, with distended veins in the hands (after four hours), '.|| — 
Heat of the external ears,'. — Heat of the face,''". — Eedness and heat in the 
cheek and lobule of the ear of one or the other side, and before this dis- 
appears chill over the body, and at last over the limbs (after four hours),', 
■ — Redness and heat in the cheeks and lobules of the ears, with chilli- 
ness over the arms and abdomen (after one hour),'. — Heat in the face, and 
after a few hours shivering and chilliness, with coldness of the whole body,'. 
— Heat in the umbilical region,'^ — Burning heat of the face appeared on 
coming from the open air into a room that was not warm,". — Very great 
internal heat of the whole face, of the trunk, and thighs, with cold sweat 
on the forehead, cold cheeks, and cold feet (after ten hours and a half),". — 
[1220.] Alternating heat and redness of the face,*l — Sensation of heat 
and redness of the cheeks, without externally perceptible warmth, without 
thirst, with cold feet (after nine hours),^ — A burning, mingled with some 
crawling and itching, in various parts of the body during the day,'. — 
Sweat. * Sweating at night, even with slight coverings, incessant^. — * Sweat- 
ings during sleep,'. — *0n being covered he sweats profusely all over ; this^ 
is very troublesome, yet he is so sleepy with it that he cannot collect himself and 
get up,^. — Sweat, in the morning while asleep,'. — Cold sweat,^'. — * After 
waking at 3 A.M., siveat of the body, with thirst, without sweat on the feet or 
on the head, excepting where lie lies upon the cheek,'. — General, but pro- 
fuse sweat,^^ — [1230.] Profuse sweat,". — Profuse sweat over the whole 
body, when walking in the open air,'. — Profuse perspiration, with feverish 
heat,". — Cold sweat over the body (after half an hour),'. — Oily sweat in 
the morning,'. — [Exhausting sweat at the end of the fever],^^ — Sweat in 
the hair of the head,'. — Sweat broke out on the face, in the morning as 
soon as he had risen,'. — Sweat on the neck and back, on the slightest mo- 
tion,'. — Profuse sweat in the hair of the head, when walking in the open 
air,'. — [1240.] Cold sweat of the face, with thirst,'. 

t Prom the use of China in intermittent fever. — H. 
X From its use in intermittent fever, — H. 

I 1163, 1208, alternate action with 116(i. 

II In the Cinchona fever the veins are usually distended, even with only heat In 
the head, as in this case, or with the somewhat increased warmth of the body, 1177, 
or with a simple sensation of heat, without noticeable external heat, 1191, and even 
with real external heat (1184). 

212 - CHINA. 

Conditions. — Aggravation. — {Morning), Ou waking, anxious 
thoughts, etc.; head confused; on waking, heaviness of the head ; on wak- 
ing, dull headache ; weight in forehead ; between 6 and 7 o'clock, bleeding 
of nose ; pain in incisors ; toothache in back tooth ; tongue coated white ; 
after waking and after making some exertion, mucus in mouth ; nauseous 
taste; bitter taste; thirst; just after walking, thirst, etc. ; sensation of sore- 
ness in pit of stomach; in bed, while lying on side, pressure in stomach ; dis- 
tension of abdomen ; in bed, pressure in upper abdomen ; irritation to cough; 
stitches in chest ; in bed, pain in joints ; at 5 o'clock, chilliness, etc.; shiv- 
ering; cold hands, etc. ; while asleep, sweat ; at 3 o'clock, after waking, 
sweat, etc. ; oily sweat ; as soon as he had risen, sweat on face. — (Forenoon), 
Before dinner, while walking in open air, cold sensation on ankles, etc. — 
(Noon), Dizziness. — (Afternoon), Headache; towards evening, when walk- 
ing, pain in abdomen; towards evening, suffocative attack; mostly while 
sitting, drawing in femora ; chilliness ; at 5 o'clock, when walking in open 
air, coldness, etc.; from 5 to 7 o'clock, heat of body; at 3 o'clock, warmth 
of face, etc. — (Evening), Full of plans ; headache in temples ; an hour 
after the fever, dry palate, etc.; an hour after the fever, thirst, etc.; while 
sitting, griping below side of navel ; in bed, pressure in umbilical region ; 
while sitting, pain in abdomen ; while sitting, pressing colic ; pinching 
colic; in bed, itching in glans ; in bed, pain in testicle, etc.; sensation in 
chest, etc.; while sitting, drawing in thigh ; while sitting, crawling in foot; 
in bed, crawling in scrotum ; itching on arms, etc.; on lying down, chill ; 
coldness of the feet; cold hands, etc. — (Night), Forepart, until 2 o'clock, 
lively; on waking, anxiety; on waking, dizzy; headache; on waking, eye 
seems swimming in water ; towards morning, odor from mouth ; on waking 
from sleep, suffocative attack; while lying on back, pressure over anterior 
chest ; in bed, burning-itching under knees, etc. ; pressive headache ; to- 
wards morning, heat in head, etc.; sweat. — (Before midnight). Pressure in 
jaws. — (After midnight). Loss of sleep. — (Open air), Pressive headache; 
toothache; weak, etc.; creeping chill; cold hands, etc. — (Walking in open 
air). Headache, etc.; stitches in calf; chilliness, etc.; chilliness in back, 
etc. ; chill on chest, etc. ; heat of body ; profuse sweat ; sweat on hair. — 
(Draft o/ air). Toothache ; stitches in throat. — (Ascending steps). Giving 
way of knees. — (Fixed attention), Headache. — -(Bending body). Pain in re- 
gion of kidney. — (Sitting bent), Pressure across chest; pressure upon ster- 
num. — (After bread and bidter). Eructations. — (During chill). Pain in lower 
abdomen. — -(After c/uW), Thirst. — (While d^-inking coffee), Bitter taste. — 
(Compressi^ig the part). Biting in nostril. — (Coughing), Pain in chest, etc. 
• — (After dinner), Weariness, etc.; inclination to lie down, etc. — (After 
drinking). Flat, etc., taste ; pain in abdomen ; stitch in preecordial region ; 
shivering, etc.; cold sensation in upper abdomen. — (After eating). Eructa- 
tions; nausea in pit of stomach ; anxiety in pit of stomach ; fulness ; pres- 
sure in stomach; pain below navel ; distension of abdomen; colic; cough- 
ing ; pressure on sternum ; weariness ; sleepiness. — ( While eating and drink- 
ing). Pain in side of abdomen ; stitches in side, etc. — (Expiration), Stitches 
in region of liver. — (Eating fruit). Fermentation in abdomen. — (After the 
heat), Thirst. — (Inspiration), Stitches in pit of stomach ; stitches in upper 
abdomen ; pain in left chest ; stitches beneath rib ; tearing in region of 
scapula. — (Lying), Pain of the joitits. — (After drinking milk), Eructations. 
— (Motion), Pain from temples, etc., to orbits; tearing in head; headache 
in vertex; pressure above navel; in daytime, stitches in right side; pal- 
pitation of heart ; pain in back ; pain in small of back ; pain in elbow- 

CHINA. 213 

joint ; pain in joints ; heat. — (Moving the part), Pain in ulcer. — (Moving 
head), Vertigo ; tearing in head. — (After midday nap), Pain in rectum. — 
(Pressure), Pain below rib. — (liaising arm), Pressure on sternum. — (Rest), 
Especially ivhile reading, stitch in chest ; stitch in cervical muscles. — ( Rising 
from sitting). If he had sat for some time, pain in thigh ; trembling in 
knees ; pain in knee ; sensation of weakness. — (Rising from sleep). Stiffness 
in joints. — (Rising after stooping). Contraction of intestines. — (In room). On 
coming from open air, heat of face. — (Sitting), Vertigo in occiput ; heavi- 
ness of head ; drawing headache ; headache in forehead; digging in side 
of head ; drawing pain in occiput ; pain in abdomen ; stitches in abdomen ; 
colic in epigastric region; griping-drawing in abdomen, etc.; pain in rec- 
tum ; pain in perineum ; pain across lower chest ; pressure on right side of 
chest; reading, stitches in side ; stitches in left chest ; drawing in hip-joint, 
etc. ; drawing in bend of thigh ; drawing in nates ; pain in muscles of 
thigh ; pressure in nates ; pain in tibia ; drawing in sole ; on stretching out 
lower leg, pain in tibia; stitches in tibia, etc.; pain of joints; sleepiness. — 
(During sleep), Sweat. — (Standing), Dramng headache; pain in upper jaw; 
pressure in region of liver ; pain in hypogastric region ; drawing beneath 
ribs ; pain in side of neck ; pain-between scapulae ; sensation in thigh, etc. ; 
burning, etc., in thigh; drawing in nates, etc. ; stitch in thigh; pain in 
lower legs ; drawing on back of foot ; weakness of knees, etc. — (After 
stool). Crawling in rectum. — (Stooping), Pain from temples, etc., to ribs. — 
(Stretching or bending up foot). Cramp in calf. — (After supper). Weakness, 
etc. — (Deep thought). Headache. — (Smoking tobacco), Toothache. — (Touch), 
Headache ; pressure in frontal eminence ; sticking in side ; stitches in frse- 
num of glans ; tearing in upper limbs ; tearing on top of shoulder ; draw- 
ing on coronoid process of ulna ; tearing in ulna ; tearifig in metacarpal 
bones, etc. ; tearing in thighs ; tearing in knee-joint ; pain in patella ; pain in 
bones of leg ; pain in lower legs ; tearing in metatarsal bones, etc.; bone-pain 
in joints. — (Turning eyes). Headache, etc. — (While sitting unoccupied, or 
when occupied with something in which he is not interested), Digging head- 
ache.^ — ( Walking), Vertigo ; pressive headache, etc. ; tearing in head ; head- 
ache above orbits ; stitches in spleen ; pain in side of abdomen ; stitches in 
hypogastrium ; pain between glans and prepuce ; pain beneath ribs, etc. ; 
pain below rib ; tension in muscles of thigh ; pain in thigh ; pain in knee ; 
sticking Ml tibia ; exhaustion of body ; chilliness; chill over thighs. — (When 
uialking rapidly), Stitches in chest. — (On statiding by window), Tearing, 
etc., in arm. — ( Walking in wind), Headache. — ( While writing), Trembling 
of hands. 

Avneliovation. — (Bending backward). Tearing below navel. — (Bend- 
ing body forward), Pressure in region of liver. — ( On bending head back- 
wards). Drawing pain in occiput disappears. — (Bending leg), Pain in tibia. 
— (After eaiing). Nausea, etc., disappeared. — (Becoming erect). Pressure 
across chest; pressure upon sternum. — (Lying on back). Pressure in stom- 
ach. — (Moving the parts), YaAQS in upper arm ; pains in joints. — (Pressure), 
Drawing headache; pressure from middle of sternum. — (ii!es<). Pressure 
above navel ; stitches in chest ; sticking in tibia. — (Rising from bed). Pain 
in joints. — (Rising from sitting), Gn\>mg in abdomen ; colic in epigastric 
region. — (In room). Chill ceases. — (Sitting), Drawing in nates, etc.; pain 
in knee ; drawing in back of foot. — (Standing), Pain in abdomen ; colic ; 
pain across lower chest ; pressure across chest ; pressure over middle of 
sternum; pressure on right chest; drawing in hip-joint, etc.; drawing in 
thigh ; drawing in tibia ; crawling iu foot. — (Stooping), Pain in right neck. 


— ( Walking'), Drawing headache ; pain in abdomen ; colic ; pain across 
lower chest; pressure across chest; pressure on right chest; drawing in 
hip-joint, etc. ; drawing in thigh ; trembling of knees; drawing in tibia; 
crawling in foot. 


Arsenite of chinin, 2C,„H,,N,0„AsH30,+8H,0. 

Preparation, Triturations. 

Authority. Dr. Muhr, effects of triturating 10 grains with 90 grains of 
sugar of milk for one hour, A. H. Z., 88, 39. 

Head. — Slight painful pressure in forehead and temples. — Slight sud- 
den throbbings of temporal arteries, after 1 p.m. (second day). 

Month. — Taste metallic, bitter (immediately). 

Abdomen. — Very severe colic (after a few hours). 

Mcspfratorif Orrinns. — Respiration very free, as if the thorax 
were hollow, in the afternoon (second day). 

Heart and I*iiJfie. — The heart began to tremble, with a rumbling 
noise, and I was unable to distinguish the pulsations; this lasted one hour, 
after which the beat of the heart and pulse (the latter could not be felt on 
the left side) became irregular, and numbered 200 per minute (soon after 
8 o'clock, morning after triturating). — * Palpitation, noticed on leaning 
against the back (second day). — Sensation as if the heart had stopped 
still; no perception of the beating of the heart; after 1 p.m. (second day). 
— The beat of the heart became I'egular toward noon ; pulse, felt in the 
temples and at radial artery, 200 (pulse usually 76). — JBach. In the "solar 
plexus " a pressure (usually felt only after eating tough meat or hard nuts, 
of which I had not now partaken) extended toward the back, where it 
changed to a pinching sensation ; spine painfully sensitive to touch at this 
point (second day). 

Superior Extremities. — Painful weariness felt in shoulder and 
elbow-joints (second day). 

Inferior Extremities. — Weariness of lower extremities (second 

Sleep. — Sleep frequently interrupted. 


Hydrochlorate of chinin. Formula, C,„'H,,'Nfi^,B.G\+2Ilfi (Hesse). 

Preparation, Triturations. 

Authorities. 1, Kerner, when perfectly well, took 1.6 gramme, Binz 
"das Chinin," 1875; 2, Zuntz took 1.8 gramme in three doses in rapid suc- 
cession, ibid. 

Urea diminished 39 per cent, (a result deduced from examining the 
urine for three days before and four days after taking the Chinin. mur.),l 
— The collective amount of nitrogenous matter in the urine was diminished 
24 per cent. ; the sulphuric acid (mostly derived from albumen) was dimin- 
ished 39 per cent., while the amount of water iu the urine was increased,'. 



Sulphate of quinine or chinin. Formula, 2G^^.^^fi.^,^Yi..(^^+^H.<^ 

Preparation for use, Triturations. 

Authorities. 1, Bohler (Inaug. Diss., Leipsic, 1828, De Chin. Sulph.), 
24 years old, effects of J to 2 grains, repeated doses in the morning, fast- 
ing, from Journ. f. Arzneim., 2, 154; 2, N. N. took 10 grains, from ibid.; 
3, N. N., 26 years of age, took 6 grains, ibid.; 4, "a physician," 33 years 
old, took 2 grains twice with an interval of three hours, ibid.; 5, Dr. 
Otto Piper, 21 years old, provings with repeated doses of ^ grain to 12 
grains, and a second proving (days noted) as- follows: (first day), \ grain, 
(third day), h grain, (fourth day), 1 grain, (seventh day), 1 grain, (thir- 
teenth day), 2 grains, (seventeenth day), 3 grains, Journ. f. Arznm., 2, 
from Piper's MSS. of his Inaug. Diss., with the author's additions; 6, Leon- 
hardi, medical student, 23 years old, provings with (first day), 1 grain, 
(fourth day), 1 grain, (fifth day), 1 grain, (ninth day), 3 grains, (seven- 
teenth day), 4 grains, Noack's provings, Journ. f. Arznm., 2; 7, Laurent 
Fritz, provings with \ grain to 6 grains, ibid.; 8, Johanna Bader, 17^ 
years old, not yet menstruated, but suffered lately from " menstrual leucor- 
rhoea," usually excoriating, took (first day), 1 grain, (fifth day), 2 grains, 
(ninth day), 3 grains, (thirteenth day), 3 grains, (nineteenth day), 11 
grains, (twenty-seventh day), 12 grains, (thirty-first day), 20 grains, ibid.; 
9, Friedrike Rothe, 27 years old, took 2 grains, and after some time 6 
grains (had not menstruated lately, in consequence of a " nervous fever "), 
ibid. ; (10 to 46, selected authorities) ; 10, Baldwin, effects of 8 grains in 
two doses (with an interval of three hours) on a child 6 years old, N. A. 
J. of Hom., 8, 76 (from Southern Med. and Surg. J.) ; 11, ibid., effects of 
68 grains in twenty-four hours, ibid. ; 12, Binz, general efl'ects of doses 
over 15 grains, or of smaller doses frequently repeated, Deutsche Klinik, 
1871 (Am. J. M. S., n. s., 64) ; 13, Binz, provings on two sound men of 
0.1 to 0.5 gramme, with special reference to urine, Virchow's Archiv, 46, 
p. 166 ; 14, Blande, Journ. £ Arznm., 2, effects of 24 grains in twenty-four 
hours ; 15, Dictionnaire de Med., 18, 132, effects of 5 to 6 grains on a man, 
Journ. f. Arznm., 2; 16, Dr. Elson, experiments with 2 to 20 grains, ef- 
fect on pulse. Am. J. M. S., n. s., 52, 97 ; 17, Favier, took 18 grammes in 
ten days, Inaug. Thesis, Montpellier, 1848 (from Wenz, Monograph on 
Chinin, p. 126) ; 18, Garraway, effects of large doses on a woman aged 40, 
Br. Med. J., 1869 ; 19, Giaconini, a nurse, in a fit of melancholia, took 3 
drachms at once, Omod. Ann. di Med., 1841 (S. J., 33, 24) ; 20, ibid., a 
man took 12 to 15 grammes by mistake, ibid. ; 21, Giaconini, Traite Ex- 
perimental de Mat. Med., took 3 to 4 grammes every evening (Wenz's 
Monograph) ; 22, Garraway, toxic action of 1 grain, Br. Med. J., 1870 ; 
23, V. Graefe, in Clapton on Quinine, St. Thos. Hosp. Rep., 1870, effects 
of half-drachm doses continued for some time (in all, 6 drachms) ; 24, 
Hirscher, eflTects of 1 grain every two hours, Journ. f Arznm., 2; 25, Hen- 
ning, effects of about 1 grain on a convalescing patient, Br. Med. Journ., 
1869; 26, Prof. Ith, effects of several doses of 3 to 4 grains, Journ. f 
Arznm., 2 ; 27, Kremers, effects of 20 grains on a young man aged 25, 
Journ. f. Arznm., 2; 28, Kremers himself took 20 grains, ibid. ; 29, Lem- 
bert, Essai sur la Methode Endermique, p. 97 ; 30, Lieber, effects in inunc- 
tion (by means of a blister), Journ. f. Arznm., 2; 31, Kreuser, efl^ects on 


workers in Chinin factory (from Wenz's Monograph) ; 32, Meniere, general 
statement, from Trousseau and Pidoux, Traits de Therap. ; 33, Mutzer, 
general statement, Journ. £ Arzara., 2; 34, Perrine, experiments on pulse 
with doses of 8 grains a day for several days (Journ. f. Arz., 2, "from 
Phil. Journ., No. 7, 1828 ") ; 35, Vicol and Mossop, effects of 5 and of 10 
grains, as observed by ophthalmoscope, B. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1872 ; 
36, Rauke, provings, on self and two others (10 and 20 grain doses), Med. 
Times and Gaz., 1857; 37, Ringer and Gell, influence on temperature of 
body in health, a boy took 10 grains on three occasions, girl took five doses 
in six days (8 to 20 grains). Lancet, Oct. 1868 ; 38, M. Scott, effect of 2 
grains three times a day, increasing a grain each day to 20 grains a day, 
Lond. Med. and Phys. J., 1833 ; 39, Sistach, effects on uterus, Gaz. de 
Paris, 1874 ; 40, Skinner, effects of j of a grain on a delicate young woman, 
Br. Med. J., 1870 ; 41, Whittmann, effects of 6 grains on a man aged 24, 
Journ. f Arzum., 2 ; 42, ibid., effects of 4 grains on a man of 18, ibid. ; 43, 
ibid., effects of 6 grains, repeated to 24 grains in twenty-four hours, on a 
man of 20, ibid. ; 44, tox. by med. dose, Phil. Med. Times, 1, 446, 1871 ; 
45, Chevallier, general effects on workers in Chinin factories, N. Am. J. 
Horn., 5, 265 ; 46, Dr. W. H. Burt, provings, (first day), 2 grains, (second 
day), 4 grains, (third day), 10 grains. Monograph on Cinchona; 47, J. 
G. P., one dose, 5 grains, ibid. ; 48, Berridge, proving with 200th dil., 
one dose, N. Y. Journ. of Horn., 2, 461 ; 49, J. C. Morgan, provings, 
3d dec. trit., as follows : first day, morning and evening ; second day, morn- 
ing and evening; third day, evening; fourth day, evening; sixth day, 3 a.m. 
and evening ; seventh daj^, evening ; ninth day, evening ; tenth day, noon 
and evening ; twelfth day, evening; thirteenth day, morning; fourteenth day, 
morning. Took crude drug as follows: fourteenth day, -^ grain, noon and 
night ; fifteenth day, i grain, morning and evening ; sixteenth day, |- grain, 
morning and evening; seventeenth day, 1 grain, morning; nineteenth day, 
2^ grains; twentieth day, 4 grains, at noon and 6 p.m. Took 200th dil. 
as follows : twenty-fourth day four doses, twenty-fifth day four doses, 
twenty-sixth day, one dose, Am. J. of Hom. Mat. Med., 8, 325 ; 50, Dr. 
Cachfire, hseraaturia caused by Quinine administered in intermittent fever. 
New Orleans Journ. of Med., Oct. 1869 ;t 51, Jerusalimsky (of Moscow), 
Monograph on Chinin, 1875, a woman, aged 20, took 10 grains, and after- 
ward 6 grains, to observe effect on pulse, etc. ; 52, ibid., a woman, aged 
27, perfectly well, made three experiments with 5, 10, and 10 grains ; 53, 
ibid., another woman, aged 26, made three experiments with same doses ; 
54, Bohn, effects of 0.25 gramme, three times a day for twenty days, N. Z. 
f H. K., 1870. 

Mil I d.~ Emotional. Excited,^'.— Sensation as though he were in- 
toxicated, though his mental powers were perfect,^'. — An intoxicated sen- 
sation, changing to a heaviness of the head (fifth day),l — Uncommonly 
lively mood (ninth day),*. — An extremely lively mood and an activity re- 
turned about 9 P.M., only after a walk in the open air (eighth day),". — 
Buoyant feeling in the evening (twelfth day),". — Rather more vim and 
buoyancy than usual, during the evening especially (second day),*'. — 
Feeling of considerable mental resolution, with shrinking from taking 
much trouble about matters, evening (twenty-sixth day),'". — Found my 
will positive in insisting on professional orders, but self-restrained and 

t Dopiirtiire from strict "purity " seems in this case admissible; tlie details were 
obtained IVom the orii;inal by Dr. Holcombe. 


deliberate, in the forenoon (seventeenth day)/". — [10.] Awoke at midnight 
with long-continued cries; he knew that he was crying, but could not help 
it; he was obliged to get out of bed ; he wrapped himself in the clothes, 
and remained sitting; after a few minutes he came to himself again, and 
soon fell asleep (sixth day),^ — Great depression of spirits (fourteenth 
day),^ — Great depression of spirits and fretfulness (eleventh day),'. — 
^Despondency,^. — 'During much of the proving the morale has been one of 
will, with little courage, or hope, or contentment, which, however, I am 
not prepared to attribute to the drug with confidence (twenty-seventh 
day),*". — Anxiety (after two hours),^ — Great anxiety, amounting to an 
apprehension, as if some evil would happen (fifth day),'. — Attacks of anx- 
iety (third day),'*. — Feeling of anxiety, which at times obliges him to leave 
the bed (third and fourth nights),'.. — Anxious and sleepless during the 
night,". — [20.] The day being clear and windy, and a holiday to many, 
few people being on the street produced a sort of street-quietness ; felt a 
gloom come over me, *as if some evil were iiripending ; relieved by a specific 
trust in the Almighty ; this from 3 to 4.15 p.m. (first day),''". — '^Recurrence 
of feeling of impending evil, in the afternoon (sixth day),*'*. — Ill-humored 
and fretful (ninth day),". — After sleep, readily angered, even by a cold 
draft on my legs (fortieth day),". — Intellectual. The morale, from the 
first, has resembled the physical symptoms, dull feelings in both coexist- 
ing; in both simultaneously sharpness, the former in the beginning, the 
latter at present (twentieth day),*'. — Thought difficult, while writing (fifth 
day),^ — Great disinclination to mental labor (eighth day),^• — Averse to 
difficult study or other work (twelfth day),*". — At 12 p.m., some repugnance 
to the prospective burden of to-morrow's business (having partaken of 
vegetable soup, an orange taken after that) ; then at 12.25 took another 
powder; then, leaning over my table, tasted the food (second day),*". — 
4.30 P.M., whilst writing, was interrupted; decided feeling to "cut it 
short" (first day),*".— [30.] Wrote "right" instead of "left" by mistake 
(twenty-eighth day),*". — Wrote the word "left" instead of "right," after- 
noon (twenty -sixth day),*". — Wrote the word "left" instead of "right;" 
have made a number of similar mistakes in talking during the past few 
days, in the evening (fourteenth day),*". — Again I mistakenly wrote at first 
"left" instead of "right" (I remember a report I published some time ago 
of contusion of the spine cured by Hypericum, in which the same error oc- 
curs; I do not remember whether I had then taken any medicine; possibly 
I had taken China or some other), (fifteenth day),*". — Memory "all mud- 
dled,"*". — Lost the power of naming substantives; was obliged for a long 
while to consider what difl^erent familiar things were called; and as to 
casting up a line of six or eight figures correctly, it was utterly impossible; 
he could never make the amount twice alike; his perceptions of quantity 
were greatly impaired, so that in prescriptions he wrote ounces instead of 
drachms, ordered drachms instead of grains, directed draughts to be put 
in gallipots, and prescribed fluids to be made into pills (14 to 16 grains 

Sead. — Confusion and Vertif/o. Confusion of the head (fifth 
and twentieth days),^ — Vertigo,*"™; (after one hour and a quarter),". — 
Vertigo, on stooping (twenty-first day),'. — Vertigo and whirling in the 
head (twenty-ninth day),*. — [40.] Vertigo and palpitation (after four 
hours),".— ^Whirling in the head, like a "millwheel" (thirty-first day),*. 
— General Head. In morning, whole head swollen, and the face so 
altered that she could with great difficulty open her mouth for food,**. — 


Eush of blood to the head/ ^*. — Rush of blood to the head, towards evening,*. 
— Chronic disturbance of brain,^l — Head stupefied, and especially painful 
in the left temple (twenty-sixth day),'. — Head empty, in the morning,'. — 
Light, hollow feeling in head,*". — Heaviness in the head (seventh da.j),\ — 
[50.] Heaviness and confusion of the head continue until going to sleep in 
the evening (seventh day),''. — Heavy feeling in head, especially the top, in 
the evening (twenty- seventh day),*'. — Heavy feeling in the head is notable; 
sitting after stool with protrusion ; the room being somewhat warm, the day 
stormy. It is not unlike the inertia of the muscles of the legs in walking 
before mentioned ; it is also attended by a sense of vascular tension and ful- 
ness and dry heat, fingers and feet cold; the head feels much better by ap- 
plication of my cold hand on the top, in the forenoon (twenty -eighth day),*". 
— Pain in the head (after one hour),". — Very violent pain in the head, on 
rising in the morning, especially noticed on stooping or moving (twenty- 
ninth day),'. — Such fulness in the head that he was unable to walk,". — 
Sudden fulness of head (head leaning to left), especially the left side and 
top, after writing, in the forenoon (twentieth day),*". — Head feels full 
while sitting writing, in forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*". — A moderate ex- 
citement caused a marked feeling of dull tension (not a rare symptom) 
about the head, especially at the sides; settling on the top as a pressure, 
extending later to the "perceptive region" of the forehead, at last complet- 
ing the circuit to occiput like a rim, in the morning (twenty-third day),*". 
— Headache,^'*; (tenth day),*. — [60.] Headache (boy, after twenty-five 
minutes, lasted five minutes); (girl, from 8 grains, began in one hundred 
and seventy minutes; from 10 grains, in one huudred and seventy-five 
minutes; from 12 grains, in ninety-five minutes; from 20 grains, in thirty 
minutes; from 20 grains, in fifteen minutes),". — Headache, extending to 
the temples, in the afternoon, and was somewhat relieved towards evening 
(eighteenth day),". — Headache after walking a long time in the sun, in the 
afternoon (seventh day),*. — Headache at 3 a.m., with violent pressive pains 
in the occiput, which only disappear on rising (second day),*. — Headache 
at 7 P.M., commencing in the forehead, and at last extending to the occi- 
put, lasting an hour (thirteenth day),l — Headache, with vertigo and loss 
of consciousness,*. — Very severe headache, worse towards evening, with 
violent palpitation of the arteries of the head, as if the head would be torn 
asunder, with glowing heat of the face, vertigo, at times ringing and roar- 
ing in the ears,'. — Violent headache, which disappeared after eight to 
twelve day.s,". — Violent headache in the forenoon, more especially in the 
left side, with frequent pulsation of the temporal arteries, with excitement 
through the whole body (twelfth day),'. — Dull headache (fourteenth day),". 
— [70.] The headache and fever were relieved on walking in the open air, 
with appearance of slight sweat (thirty-first day),". — ^I rose and bent over 
ray table; then throbbing in the head and shoulders; forgot it on going 
out (first day),*". — Forehead. About 4 p.m., the frontal arteries began 
to pulsate, the heat of the face increased to redness, and continued ; espe- 
cially was it the most intense about the e3'es (seventh day),\ — Pain' in 
the forehead,"; (twenty-second day),^ — Pain in the forehead after dinner 
(seventh day),''. — Pain in the forehead between 5 and 6 p.m. (third and 
fourth days),'. — Pain in the forehead and temples appeared towards even- 
ing, and gradually increased in intensity, with visible pulsation of the tem- 
poral arteries, heat of the head, and ringing in the ears (fourth day),'. — 
Some pain in the forehead in the afternoon (fifth day),". — Some pain in 
the forehead about 4 p.m. (second day),'^. — Much pain in the forehead and 


temples (eighth day),'. — [80.] Violent pain in the foreheafl, lasting twenty- 
four hours (after four hours),'. — Violent pain in the forehead two hours 
after 2 grains; it disappeared in the course of the afternoon (fifth day),'. — 
Extremely violent pain in- the left side of the forehead, with vertigo, ring- 
ing in the ears, and weakness as from long illness, at 9 a.m. (eighteenth 
day),'. — Frontal headache i'rom 1 to 4 p.m. (thirty-first day),''. — Slight 
frontal headache, lasting all day, and becoming worse towards evening,''. — 
Violent frontal headache on waking (twenty-third day),^ — Violent frontal 
headache in the evening (fifth day),^ — Severe frontal headache, worse on 
the left side, on rising in the morning, becoming somewhat less during the 
forenoon, but succeeded by confusion of the head the whole day; it was 
again worse at 5 p.m., without any general excitement (nineteenth day),^. 
—Dull frontal headache (twenty-fourth day),^ — Headache in the forehead 
and left temple (thirteenth day),^ — [90.] Dull headache, extending from 
the temples to the middle of the forehead, in the afternoon (eighth day),". 
— Drawing headache, extending from the temples to the middle of the fore- 
head (twenty-seventh day),". — Pressive pain in the forehead and orbits, 
aggravated by moving the eyes or turning the head,". — Sudden boring- 
sticking in left centre of forehead; spot like the end of the little finger, in 
the evening (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Tearing and drawing in the forehead 
and left temple (twenty-third day),*. — Teiujilcs. Temporal arteries and 
veins of hands seem quite full, evening (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Repeated 
twitching of fibres of temporal muscles above left zygoma, in the afternoon 
(twenty-fourth day),*". — Violent pains in the left temple; the pain extends 
to the eyebrow, and obliges him to lie down, with which he seeks a cool 
place on the sofa in order to relieve the pain (first day),'. — Violent head- 
ache in the temples, towards evening (twenty-ninth day),". — Dull pressing 
pain in the temples (twenty-seventh day),°. — [100.] Sitting at table, leaned 
to right, neuralgic sensation shot up the anterior left temple (forty-second 
day),*". — Vertex. Reading, bent forward, steady neuralgic pain from the 
right supra-orbital foramen, straight up to vertex, in a narrow line, ceased 
after sitting up straight, in the night (twentieth day),*". — JPdvietals. 
Dull neuralgia, left parietal region, then right vertex, in the evening 
(twenty-fourth day),*". — On raising the eyebrows, neuralgic pain from outer 
right brow up that side of the head; then a slight twinge in outer end of 
left eyebrow, early in morning (nineteenth day),*". — Left side of head and 
throat feel as if they would ache (not rare), in the afternoon (third day),*". 
— Whilst writing, with head inclined to left, dull headache on the right 
side (after five minutes) ; I have the like sometimes from constipation or 
from mechanical tension of the right cervical muscles (twelfth day),*". — 
Whilst writing, dull ache, right side, extending as a sharp neuralgic sensa- 
tion to right outer brow, and dull, later, to right mastoid process, return- 
ing slightly to brow, and up temporal ridge, same side; again in ear, right 
side, then back to brow; later, a catch in middle of right sterno-mastoid 
muscle, when turning head that way, after midnight (seventeenth day),*". 
— Whilst writing, with head inclined to left side, dull headache on left side 
(similar to early symptoms), extends to left side of neck and throat, and 
right mastoid process, then to vertex, then to occiput; shifting, then to 
brows (varying with position of head), now pressing in both temples, ex- 
tending over coronal suture, in the morning (twenty-first day),*". — Slight 
dull headache, right side (old symptom since an attack of fever, with mis- 
applied water-cure, in 1860, in Illinois), in the afternoon (fourteenth 
day),*". — Whilst standing holding my head down, a little dull stitch in 


upper left parietal, felt also to root of nose, left side (soon), (fifteenth 
day),*". — [110.] On suddenly rising to a standing posture, a quick stitch 
in left upper parietal region (soon), (fourteenth day),*'. — Walking in open 
air, neuralgic twinge, right side of head, lingering some time in upper right 
temple, in the evening (eighteenth day),*". — Sitting, sudden neuralgic 
twinge in right side of head, from brow to lambdoidal suture, in the even- 
ing (eighteenth day),*'. — When about to dine, and whilst standing, return 
of the twinge from outer right brow to lambdoidal suture, i. e., above tem- 
poral ridge (nineteenth day),*'.- — On going out with head down, sharp 
neuralgic twinge in and behind left parietal protuberance, in the afternoon 
(twentieth day),*'. — Occiput. Threatening of dull headache, left occiput, 
in the evening (nineteenth day),*'. — Dull twinges, left occipital protuber- 
ance, becoming a steady ache for a short time, in the afternoon (twenty- 
fourth day),*'. — On holding up head suddenly to right, a little shock across 
lower occiput, in the evening (fifteenth day),*'. — External Head. 
Dandruff in large amount also falls when scratching the scalp, attended 
by relief; also similar conditions in the beard on the chin, especially left 
side, in the evening (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Prickling in the forehead, 
with confusion of the same (seventh day),". — [120.] Recurrence of itching 
of scalp here and there, coming and going, in the evening (twenty-fourth 
day),*'. — Whilst writing, itching above edge of frontal hail-, right and left 
sides, then below right zygoma, then right side of top of head, then left 
vertex, right chin, left post-mastoid surface, inner left eyebrow, etc. (twenty- 
'-first day),*'. — Itching in vertex and occiput, left side (twenty-first day),*' 
JEye. — Objective. Lustreless eyes,^ — Gray rings about the eyes 
(twenty-sixth day),'. — With some, the eyes become red and there is swell- 
ing of the lids, with the appearance of pimples,*'. — Eyes restless (twelfth 
day),". — Subjective. Peculiar dryness of the eyes,^ — All day, eyes feel 
as if they had been in a glare, or as if the atmosphere were too dry, as if 
parched (twentieth day),*'. — Walking in the wind I observed the cessation 
of the parched feeling in the eyes, and in the right lachrymation in the 
evening (twentieth day),*'. — [130.] Eyes and frontal region feel heavy, in 
the afternoon (third day),*'. — While sitting, sleepy feeling in the eyes, in 
the afternoon (sixteenth day),*'. — Brow and Orbit. (From the be- 
ginning of proving, have had an habitual symptom considerably increased, 
i. e., disposition to contract eyebrows),*'. — Slight neuralgic sensation, right 
inner brow, when bending forward in the morning (twentieth day),*'. — Dull 
neuralgic grip, in outer right brow, deepseated ; then, a somewhat similar 
pain in (outer) left biceps tendon, whilst holding the forearm flexed and pro- 
nated, hand on edge of table, at noon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Recurrence of 
neuralgic ache, outer half of right brow, after midnight (twenty-fourth 
day),*'.— Whilst writing, stitch at inner left eyebrow, in the evening (four- 
teenth day),*'. — Twinges about right outer brow, and various other places, in 
the afternoon (nineteenth day),*'. — Neuralgic twinge in outer right brow, at 
11.30 P.M. (eighteenth day),*'. — Neuralgic twinge, inner right eyebrow 
(eighteenth day),*'.— [140.] Neuralgic twinges, alternating in both brows; 
rather dull in character, in the night (twenty-first day),*'. — While sitting, 
hard aching in outer half of orbit, above it, below it, and in the eyeball 
(I think this was on the right side), in the evening (twenty-third day),*'. — 
Pain in left infra-orbital nerve (slight ache), in the night at 1.30 A.M. 
(twenty-sixth day),*'. — Pain in left infra-orbital, malar, and superior max- 
illary nerves ; aching and boring, worse in cold air, but nearly constant, 
even involving the eye at times, with tumefaction adjacent to upper molars 


(fortieth day),*'. — Slight pain recurring in right outer supra-orbital region, 
in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*". — Neuralgic pain in right supra- 
orbital nerve, then in left (whilst sitting in street car), in the evening 
(twenty-fifth day),'". — Whilst writing, neuralgic pain in left supra-orbital 
nerve, slight, near foramen, in the evening (eighteenth day),". — Neuralgic 
twinge in left supra-orbital nerve, in the forenoon (nineteenth day),*". — 
Sitting in church, felt a neuralgic twinge in right supra-orbital nerve, near 
foramen (nineteenth day),*". — Flashing in branches of infra-orbital nerve, 
left side, in the afternoon (twentieth day),*". — Lids, [150.] Eyes closed 
from weakness, while writing (fifth day),^. — Twitching of left eyelid (re- 
currence), several previous occasions not noted (twenty-third day),*". — ■ 
Twitching of left eyelids; outer canthus, as most commonly (thirtieth 
day),*". — Twitching of left eyelids, in the evening (twenty-fifth day),*". — 
Whilst writing, renewed twitching in left eyelids, evening (twenty-sixth 
day),*". — Decided twitching of left eyelid, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth 
day),*". — Repeated tvvitchiugs in left eyelids, especially the lower, after- 
noon (twenty-sixth day),*". — Lachrymal Aj)2iaratiis. Lachrymation 
in the open air (twenty-ninth day),*". — On going out (air not very cold, but 
sunshiny), lachrymation from both eyes, obscuring sight. (Not rare in 
right eye ; but now, worse in left) (fifth day),*".' — Lachrymation of the eyes 
in the full light, at 5 p.m. (seventh day),^. — Conjunctiva. [160.] 
Dirty color to the white of the eye,^. — Sail, Disk on both sides, now de- 
cidedly paler (10 gr. doses), (after two and a half hours),''^ — *Dish and 
retina both very anmniic. Disk looks dt-y, with the vessels smaller than usual.^ 
running over it (10 gr. doses), (after one and a half hours),"^ — Vessels on 
the disk appear smaller, and the disk itself of a papery whiteness (10-gr. 
doses), (after one and a half hours),'". — With five-grain doses, the effiscts on 
one observer were similar to those already mentioned, though not so marked ; 
with the other observer, on one occasion, when the quinine created consid- 
erable disturbance of the stomach, a diminution of the vascularity was 
observed only to a slight extent, and about an hour and a half after exhi- 
bition of the dose; otherwise, the fundus remained, as it had been at the 
first, rather congested,'^ — Pujtil. * Dilatation of the pupils^". — Pupils di- 
lated,*l — Pupils much dilated,"; (after eight hours),™. — Mydriasis,". — • 
Vision. Dim vision,". — [170.] '^Dimness oj vision, as from a net before the 
eyes, and once, as from a dark fog, ^. — Dimness of sight (girl, 5, from lO grs.) 
of left eye only, began in 177 min., lasting 40 miu. ; from 8 grs., first of 
left eye, then of right, in the latter continuing after it had disappeared 
from the former ; from 20 grs., appeared in 20 min., first in right, then 
in left eye, lasted 160 min.; from 20 grs., appeared in 25 min., in 
right eye only, lasted 105 min.,". — Amaurosis (two cases).'^ — More or 
less complete, or even incurable amaurosis of one or both eyes,". — Sight 
and hearing nearly lost,". — Sight lost (after eight hours),™. — Blindness}". — 
• * Or eat sensitiveness of the eye to the light, with lachrymation in the fidl glare 
of light (thirteenth day),°. — Sitting at a lecture, the glare of light felt dis- 
agreeable, although it is a dull day ; drowsy, had to shut my eyes and 
press the inner canthi, in the afternoon (twenty-seventh-day),*". — Sparks 
before eyes when sunlight is strong, for one week (after four weeks;,*'. — 
[180.] * Bright lights and sparks before the eyes,': — * Black spot, size of pin's 
head, about eighteen inches from right eye, and moving loith eye for some weeks 
(after eighteen days),*'.— Blackness before the eyes, with pain in the fore- 
head, so violent that the head seemed as though it would burst (tliirty-tirst 


Mar, — External. From entrance of cool wind, left ear and neck 
instantly felt rheumatic, i. e., neck extending towards ear (twenty-ninth 
day),''^ — Aching above right mastoid jDrocess and ear, in the evening 
(twenty-fifth day),"". — Parotid tension and flow (twenty-ninth day),*'. — 
Sitting, tension in parotids recurs, with flow of saliva, in the afternoon 
(twenty-fourth day),*'. — After supper, walking, after a little jar, sudden 
tension in right parotid region, with flow of saliva (twenty-eighth day),*'. 
— At 11.30 P.M., tension set in, and flowof saliva from right parotid gland, 
also right submaxillary ; afterwards the left glands likewise. Continued 
up to time of taking second powder, and falling asleep, 12 p.m. (first 
day),*'. — Internal. Pain in right ear, then below left zygoma, between 
1 and 2 a.m. (twenty-sixth day),*'. — -[190.] Sudden aching in left ear, 
while walking out of doors, in the afternoon (fourteenth day},*'. — Sticking 
in right ear, at noon (twentieth day),*'. — Sticking, right ear, in the even- 
ing (thirtieth day),*'. — Sticking in left ear, involving the throat, then draw- 
ing in the chin (twenty-third day),*'. — Left side, sticking, slow and dull in 
the ear, in the forenoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — After going downstairs, 
sticking in left meatus auditorius, very slight, but recurrent, in the after- 
noon (fifteenth day),*'. — Hearing. Difficult hearing, on the second or 
third day,". — Hearing lost (after eight hours),^'. — Deafness of both ears, 
on account of loud ringing in them (thirty-first day),^. — Transient deafness 
in the left ear (twenty-sixth day),'. — [200.] The child became completely 
deaf for several years and never .quite recovered,^^ — Morning, in bed, the 
^.not heavy tread of another person in the room is intolerable; it seems to 
go through my head (forty-seventh day),*'. — Intolerant of the noise of 
boys behind me in the street whilst walking home ; crossed the street to be 
rid of them ; but the church music had been very enjoyable, evening 
(twenty-sixth day),*'. — Slight and transient resonance in right ear, in the 
morning (twentieth day),'". — The characteristic tingling in the ears, was 
felt with the ten-grain doses,^l — Ringing in the ears (after four hours),'. — 
*Ringing in the ears, especially noticed in the left, seldom in the right 
(twenty-sixth day),'. — Ringing in the ears, with frequent interruptions (nine- 
teenth and twentieth days),l — Ringing in ears, with sensation as if they 
were filled or plugged up,*'. — Frequent transient ringing in the earx^. — 
[210.] Constant ringing in the ears (first day),'. — Constant ringing, hissing 
sound in ears,*l — Noises in the ears, buzzing sounds, as if bells were ring- 
ing (boy, after thirty-five minutes, lasting about five minutes) ; (girl, 
from 8 grains, began in one hundred and ten minutes, and lasted sixty 
minutes; from 10 grains, began in one hundred and twenty minutes, lasted 
eighty minutes; from 12 grains, began in forty minutes, lasted one hundred 
and eighty-five minutes; from 20 grains, began in fifteen minutes; from 
20 grains, began in forty minutes),". — Walked out; whilst doing so, sudden 
transient sounding in right ear, like the tone of a bell in E (eighteenth 
day),'. — Roaring in the ears,"'. — Roaring in the ears and head,*'^"l— • 
Roaring in the ears, so that the patient was almost completely deaf,".^ 
R(jaring in the ears, with transient deafness,'. — Constant roaring in the 
ears,'''. — Constant roaring in the ears, for several years,''^ — [220.] Great 
roaring in the ears (after forty-five minutes),". 

JVoxe. — Objective. Twitching of the nose, in the afternoon (thirty- 
first day),*'. — Previous to retiring, feeling a draft on the bare feet, sneez- 
ing ; again, morning, while dressing, discharged old and new mucus from 
nose (seventh day),". — On coming into the room from out of doors, sneez- 
ing, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — After going out to the yard. 


in slippers, and returning to the warm room, sneezing. (Sneezing has oc- 
curred a number of timeb during the proving ; which, although not very 
common, seemed trivial, and thence is not noted. But the most common 
provocation is getting the feet cold ; last night, from resting the back 
against the cool wall), (twenty-ninth day),''". — Sitting in shirt-sleeves, sneez- 
ing, in the evening (twenty-third day),*". — Sitting in shirt-sleeves (room not 
cold), sneezing; had the same at 2 p.m., standing in a cool, shady alley; 
afterwards, blew out a little inspissated mucus, from right side, along 
with some which was transparent and fresh (twenty-iirst day),". — After 
repeated titillation in upper right nasal passage, sneezing, followed by 
snuffling and slight flow of water, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — 
Whilst out at practice, had sneezing (twenty-ninth day),*". — Whilst wait- 
ing on doorstep, sneezing, at noon (twentieth day),". — [230.] Whilst 
walking out of doors, sneezing (twenty-third day),*". — Moisture in nose, 
especially right side, in excess, in the evening (eighth day),*". — Slight fluent 
coryza through the day, right side (ninth day),*". — Riding in wind, then in 
a greenhouse, nose stopped slightly (ninth day),*". — Subjective. Sensa- 
tion of coryza in the nose, with sneezing (after quarter of an hour),^ — - 
Sensation of coryza in the nose, sneezing (third day),^ — (Head held 
obliquely down in writing); neuralgic sensation at end of left nasal bone; 
feels like that sometimes caused by spectacles, evening (twenty-sixth day),*". 
— After supper, going from one room to another, tingling in left side of 
nose; sneezing, and flow from the right side (fifteenth day),*". — While sit- 
ting, tingling within both sides anterior part of nose, slight, in the evening 
(fifteenth day),*". 

Face, — Objective. Expression sickly during the whole proving,^ — 
[240.] Expression sickly and hollow-eyed (twentieth day),'. — Slight puffi- 
ness of the face.". — The face becomes swelled and bloated to an ^ extent 
rendering the person unrecognizable,**. — Suddenly seized wich cedema of the 
face and limbs, accompanied by an unusual erythematous rash. Greatly 
disfigured, and arms felt ready to burst,^^ — *Face pale,^^ ; (after forty-five 
minutes),"'. — '''Face pale and suffering (twentieth day),". — Paleness of the 
face (thirteehth day),^ — Paleness of the face continued a long time after 
the proving,''. — The paleness of the face lasted several weeks after the 
proving,'. — Paleness of the face, with excessive thirst and nausea (twelfth 
day),'. — [250.] Great paleness of the face (tenth day),". — Earthy color of the 
face,^ — Earthy color of the face (twellth day),". — Dark redness of face,**. — ■ 
Subjective. Face and hands feel dry and heated, whilst writing, at 1.30 
A.M. (twenty -sixth day),*". — Late, evening, in cold air, recurrence of left-sided 
facial pains (forty-fourth day),*". — Clieeh. Slight twitching in the left 
zygomatic muscles (twenty-sixth day),*". — Cool air blowing on right side 
of face, felt rheumatic (or neuralgic) dull pain in zygoma, malar and nasal 
bones, extending to side of head, with slight tingling in nose, as before 
sneezing, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — * Aching about left malar bone 
in the evening (twenty-fifth day),*". — * While loriiing, suddeii ache above left 
zygoma (whilst inclining head to that side), also at temporal ridge (after 
twenty-five minutes, fourth day),*". — Riding in street-car, with head in- 
clined, reading, pains varying from left supra-zygomatic region, to ear, 
throat, and upper molars, sharp, but slight, relieved by holding head up, 
in the evening (ninth day),*". — [260.] Dull twinge above root of right 
zygoma, in the afternoon (twenty-third day),*". — Jjipa. Mouth very pale,*. 
— Great paleness of the mouth (fifth day),'. — Lips and fingers livid (after 
eight hours),'".— Lips and extremities livid and coo\,^\—J'awS. Cracking 


in the joints of the jaw every time the mouth is opened (eighteenth and sub- 
sequent days),'. — The cracking at the maxillary joint continues very marked 
(twenty-sixth day)/. — Continuous pain in left lower jaw, like pressure of a 
dull knife-blade, downward and forward, from first molar, in the afternoon 
(twentieth day),*". — Recurrence of dull cutting in left lower jaw, in the night 
(twenty-first day),*". — Cutting, sharp, left lower jaw, from amalgam-filled 
molar, downward and forward (twenty-ninth day),*'. — [270.] Sharp neu- 
ralgic twinge (sitting), down right ramus of lower jaw, in the morning 
(twenty-third day),*'. — Neuralgic twinges in left lower jaw from molars; 
less, in upper jaw and ear, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*". — The 
neuralgia of left lower jaw is quite persistent; room cool (warmth relieves 
all the pains of a neuralgic sort), (twenty-fifth day),*" 

J}£outli. — Teeth, Tartar on teeth much increased (twenty-fourth 
day),*". — Thick accumulation of soft tartar on anterior upper teeth ; feels 
rough, disagreeable to upper lip; removal with thumb-nail left gums feel- 
ing sore to touch of lip, in the evening (sixteenth day),*". — Find ray teeth 
clenched, unawares, after midnight (twenty-fourth day),*". — Teeth feel 
rough, in the morning (twenty-third day),*". — Returning home in steam- 
cars, from left molars (filled with amalgam) to both upper and lower max- 
illary bones, had somewhat persistent neuralgic pains (twenty-second 
day),*". — A sudden ache in upper left molars, containing amalgam filling; 
transient, like neuralgia. Soon after felt in both upper and lower (central) 
molars, in the afternoon (fourth day),*". — Pains affecting the left upper and 
lower jaws, near amalgam-filled molars, between these, and constituting a 
hard toothache ; worse when cold air strikes the face; better by applying 
a warm hand (thirty-eighth day),'". — [280.] Sticking in anterior teeth, 
especially left side, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — Sticking in left 
upper second and third molars, in the evening (eighteenth day),*". — Neu- 
ralgic twinge from last left upper molars to zygoma, in the afternoon 
(nineteenth day),*". — Renewed sensitiveness of right lower bicuspid (I often 
have this also after a glass of ale), in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — 
Defective tooth in the right lower jaw (bicuspid), somewhat sensitive, or 
ratlier its socket; subject to it in other, i. e., cold damp weather; weather 
to-day mild and pleasant (fifteenth day),*". — The secretion about the upper 
molars seems to pufresce and irritate (fortieth day),*". — The teeth-sockets 
are sore; gum inflamed (thirty-ninth day),*". — Toilffue. Twitching of 
middle of right lingualis muscle, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*". — 
Twitching of terminus of left lingualis muscle while writing, in the after- 
noon (fifteenth day),*".— Tongue flabby and slightly whitish, in the morn- 
ing (twenty-third day),*". — [290.] White tongue,^". — Tongue white in the 
centre, pale on the margins,'". — ^Tongue coated with white mucus (eighth 
day),*. — The whole tongue, even to the tip, was covered with a thick yellow- 
ish white fur (twenty-first day),l — Tongue pale, covered with a thick 
tenacious mucus (after eight hours),™. — Tongue covered with thick yellow 
fur, which cannot be scraped oflT, lasting four days,'. — Tongue covered with 
thick yellow fur, except the tip, which is red (twenty-sixth day),'. — Tongue 
coated yellow (twentieth day),°. — Tongue coated with slimy yellowish froth 
(fifth day),'. — Yellow coat at the root of the tongue (eighteenth day),".— 
[300.] Yellow coating at the root of the tongue (second morning),". — 
Tongue dry, coated yellovi,^.— Saliva, Greatly increased secretion of 
saliva, which in some cases lasted several days,™.— Sitting, moderately free 
flow of saliva noticed (fourteenth day),*". — Mouth full of mucus, with great 
hunger, compelling him to eat (twenty-fifth night),'. — Dryness of the 


mouth/; (first day)/. — Dryness of mouth and fauces (14 to 16grs. daily)/^ 
— Taste, Rose with bad taste and breath (twenty-third day)/". — Mouth 
tastes as if its secretions were unhealthy, all day, and previous days (twenty- 
fourth day),". — Taste of abnormal secretion, when the tongue is not moved, 
dissipated on moving it ; hence the flavor is not describable (has frequently 
recurred), in the evening (twenty-fifth day),*". — [310.] I observed carefully 
the abnormal taste, and found that it had a slightly acrid quality (twenty- 
sixth day),*''.^Inereasing stale and disagreeable flavor of mouth, as has 
been pretty constantly the case for a week or more past ; odor somewhat 
affected likewise, in the evening (eighteenth day),". — Pasty taste (twentieth 
day),^ — ^Taste pasty and flat (twenty-first day),\ — Flat and bad taste 
(twenty-seventh daj')/- — Very bitter taste, with a very clean tongue (twelve 
to twenty-four hours),™. — After breakfast, say at 10 A.M., while writing, 
slight brassy taste, transient (second day),*'. — Since supper, I taste it now 
and then, and when sitting doubled up, eructations, and a sense of fulness 
and uneasiness in stomach (twenty-first day),". — At 10.45 p.m. took five 
broken granules, i. e., grs. ijss., pulse being moderate ; caused and left a 
good deal of bitter taste in back of mouth (nineteenth day),". — Bread 
tastes bitter (thirty-first day),*. — Speech. [320.] Speech difficult/". — 
*My articulation seems somewhat impaired, as I have a number of times 
had to repeat my words to make myself understood (forty-second day),". — 
Disturbance of the organ of speech, occasionally entire loss of speech, for 
a longer or shorter period,^l 

Throat. — Objective. Tough mucus in the throat,^ — Collection of 
much tough mucus in the throat, waking him from sleep, and obliging him 
to cough it up (fourteenth night),^ — Subjective. Pain in the throat, 
reaching a very great height, gradually diminishing through the day, and 
disappearing in the evening (twenty-first day),'. — Pain in the throat, at the 
place where the irritation to cough had been earlier in the proving, so that 
swallowing was difficult (twenty-sixth day),^ — Pain in the throat, with 
roughness of the voice, lasting through the night (seventeenth day),". — 
Throat feels a little full ; clogging of upper pharynx by mucus ; slowly 
detached by repeated swallowing, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — Con- 
stant scraping in throat, with irritation to cough, and slimy expectoration 
difficult to loosen, in afternoon (seventeenth day),l — [330.] The cough 
began to loosen to-day, without relief of the scraping in throat, which 
causes the cough (twentieth day),^ — Irritation to cough in throat, without 
special pain, and without increased secretion of mucus (second day),''. — 
Tickling in the throat and larynx,^ — UvuUl. Itching of right side of 
velum palati, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*". — JPhavynx and, 
QSsophagiiS. Catarrhal clogging of upper pharynx, in the morning 
(twenty-sixth day),*". — Catarrhal secretion descended the pharynx in con- 
siderable amount; again some hawked up the windpipe; and all afternoon 
there remained a tenacious coating of the same on the back of the palate, 
causing efforts to swallow it (twenty-fourth day),". — Phlegm from upper 
pharynx came down, also swallowed, in afternoon (twelfth day),*". — At 
10.30 A.M. took two granules (gr. j); for some time felt as if they had 
lodged half way down (seventeenth day),". — Before supper (after a pow- 
der), recurrence of sensation of something lodged (twenty-sixth day),". 

Stomach.— Appetite. Appetite good, in the evening very great (fifth 
day),'.— [340.] Appetite and thirst increased (ninth day),".— Great desire 
for food and drinks continued many days,'. — Hunger at 9 a.m., after eat- 
ing considerable bread and butter, the hunger was greater than before 

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(eighth day),l — Hunger after supper, then nausea (fourteenth day),^ — 
Hunger, with eructations, at 2 p.m. (twenty-fifth day),*". — Ravenous hunger, 
at night (once),^ — Ravenous hunger after a hearty meal, becoming a qualm- 
ishness and nausea when continuing a long time (fourteenth day),^ — 
Hungry this afternoon (fourteenth day),*'. — 2 p.m., hungry and drowsy 
whilst riding in street-car (fifteenth day),*".— Diminished appetite,^— [350.] 
Appetite much diminished,*. — Loss of appetite (twenty-seventh day),*; 
(thirteenth day),l — Anorexia,-'. — Aversion to food,^ — Thirst. Thirst 
(seventh day),*; (twenty-seventh day),"; (first day),'. — Thirst was especially 
great in the morning, although he had drunk two pitchers of water before 
9.30 A.M., during which time he had passed no urine (twenty-sixth day),'. 
— Thirsty in the evening (sixteenth day),*". — Thirst, with unusual appetite 
and sensation of fasting,'. — Thirst, eructations, and nausea, with great ap- 
petite (eighteenth day),'. — Considerable thirst in the afternoon (sixth day),*. 
■ — [360,] Much thirst in the afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*. — Thirst great," 
— Very marked thirst (twentieth day),*. — Thirst, with increased appetite 
was very marked to-day, continued especially through the night, on which 
account the prover was obliged to rise several times to drink (eleventh 
day),'. — Constant thirst during the day, which frequently compels him to 
drink water (first day),*. — Constant thirst, with decided distension of the 
abdomen (fourteenth day),*. — Eructation and Hiccouflh. Eructa- 
tions (after half an hour),\ — Eructations tasting of breakfast (twelfth 
day),*". — On retiring to bed, in crouching attitude, eructations tasting of 
the supper, with flatus and yawning, at 1.30 a.m. (eleventh day),*". — Eruc- 
tation tasting of tea taken at supper (twelfth day),*". — [370.] Eructation, 
like a light hiccough, on starting to go out of the room, with stitch in right 
lumbar region, at 1 a.m. (twenty-fourth day),*". — While sitting, eructation 
of half-digested matters quite frequently, causes me to loosen my clothing; 
slight pyrosis, 1 a.m. (twenty-second day),*". — Eructations while sitting, 
tasting of supper, at midnight (twenty-fourth day),*". — Eructations and 
heartburn (eighth and ninth days),'. — Slight eructation, empty (soon), (fif- 
teenth day),*". — Repeated slight eructations, tasting of supper maiuly ; then 
rising of ingesta whilst sitting bent, in the evening (nineteenth day),*". — 
Frequent eructations,'. — Bitter eructations, lasting three hours,'. — Hiccough 
and retching,*. — Hedrthiirn, Heartburn,*. — [380.] Ate a piece of dry 
bread ; just after, standing bent over my table, heartburn, at midnight 
(twenty-sixth day),*". — Pyrosis in the evening (thirtieth day),*". — Nnusea 
(ilid Voinitlrif/. Nausea,*; (thirteenth day),'"™. — Nausea, continuing 
the whole day (soon),'. — Nausea, with frequent eructations (fifth day),*. — ■ 
Nausea and eructations, sometimes empty and sometimes bitter, without 
being followed by vomiting,". — Nausea and vomiting (thirty-first day),'. — 
Nausea and vomiting during a meal,*. — Nausea, weakness, and shivering 
(eighteenth day),". — iilicjht nausea, relieved by eructation, in the early morn- 
ing (twenty-sixth day),*". — [390.] A little nausea sometimes,". — Sudden 
nausea, obliging her to go to bed (thirty-first day after 20 grains),'. — Walk- 
ing after eating, threatening of nausea, better by loosing waistbands (twenty- 
ninth day),*". — Inclination to vomit,™. — Inclination to vomit, without being 
followed by vomiting,'^". — "Vomiting on two occasions (evening after tak- 
ing),". — Frequent vomiting of an insipid taste, in the afternoon,*. — Stom- 
ach. Two apples eaten caused indigestion, late at night (twenty-ninth 
day),*". — Feeling of hollowness of stomach and desire for sugar (often taken 
for a like symptom at night, with efi'ect, after early supper; but this time 
only a little over three hours from a late supper); sugar relieved in the 


night (eleventh day),*'. — Intensely acid stomach for four days, with distress 
in epigastrium,*". — [400.] Sensation of warmth in the stoniach,\ — Slight 
warmth in the region of the stomach and duodenum, followe.d by copious 
eructations,^ — Intense sensation of heat in the stomach, starting from the 
cardiac orifice, and extending to the abdomen, sometimes up to the chest,^^ 
— After eating ice cream, it seemed to cause a continuing coldness in stom- 
ach and slight uneasiness, less when clothes were loosened ; later eructation, 
tasting of ice cream, in the evening (fifteenth day),*". — Pain in the stomach 
(after one hour),". — Cardialgia," ™ ^^ — Fulness in the stomach (seventh 
day),^ — Sense of fulness in the epigastrium after half an hour,". — Full 
feeling in stomach, in the afternoon (twentieth day),*". — A feeling as if the 
stomach were too full, and something had failed to go down, and lodged in 
the chest ; better by eructation, but fulness still felt (twenty-fourth day),*°. 
— [410.] The head symptoms merged whilst walking out into a goneness 
and empty feeling in the stomach, with drowsiness; better by drinking cold 
water, also eating a bun; the shattered feeling subsiding more slowly 
(twenty-third day),*". — Sensation of constriction of the stomach, with swell- 
ing of the abdomen,*. — 10.30 p.m., having not yet supped, felt whilst going 
upstairs a sudden gnawing in stomach, then crampy gastralgia, quite severe, 
better by standing up straight; then the final, repeated shuddering of the 
head before mentioned, and eructations, which conclude the pain (twenty- 
fifth day),*". — Pressure in the stomach,^". — * After eating, pressure in the 
stomach, follotued by cutting in the upper mid middle abdominal region (fifth 
day),'. — *Even the slightest food causes pressure in the stomach and a return 
of the usual symptoms,^. — Sitting down, oppression of stomach ; had to 
loosen my waistbands ; better thereby, but only relieved by repeated eruc- 
tations, in the evening (twenty-eighth day),*". — Near morning, awoke, with 
painful oppression at epigastrium ; turned over in bed and fell asleep again 
(third day),*". — Oppressive sensation in the epigastric region and in the 
hypochondrium, especially in the left side, with occasional passage of very 
oflTensive flatus (twenty-second day),^ — Fasting ; visiting a patient, sitting 
on a low chair, preparing medicine on my knee, sudden oppressive sensa- 
tion in stomach, with salivation, and tension in the salivary (parotid) 
glands ; better after leaving the house, but previously constant flow and 
swallowing. (I have occasionally had the like, with shuddering of the 
head at the end of the spell added to the above, in the evening), (tenth 
day),*". — [420.] Sudden cutting and twisting in the epigastric and umbili- 
cal regions, transversely across the abdomen (eighteenth day),". — Twitching 
sensation in the stomach and oesophagus,^ — Trembling in the stomach,^. 

Abdomen. — HypocJlOiidvici, *Pain in the region of the liver, 
shortly before going to bed,''. — *Dull painful sensation in the region of the 
spleen, disappearing on pressure; this frequently reappeared during the 
succeeding days (second day),". — Pressure in the region of the liver, last- 
ing a quarter of an hour, disappearing on pressure of the hand, in the 
morning (sixth day),^ — Pressive pain in the region of the spleen (thir- 
teenth day),^ — Stitch moving at a slow rate forward, from region of gall- 
bladder to right rectus muscle (forty-first day),*". — *Stitches in the left 
side, below the short ribs (fourteenth day),'. — Subcutaneous cutting stitch 
in left hypochondrium, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — [430.] A sensa- 
tion of suppuration in the region of the liver, disappeared with the pain in 
the right side of the chest (thii-ty-second day),''.— UtnMHcal. While 
sitting in a room, colicky pain to the left of and above umbilicus ; propa- 
gated to sigmoid flexure and rectum, immediately (not severe), in the after- 


noon (tentt day),*'. — A rasping pain in the abdomen, from the umbilicus 
up to the chest, with dragging downwards towards the genitals (thirty- 
seventh day) ; this violent griping and rasping, with dragging towards the 
genitals, lasted two days, when at last traces of menstruation appeared in 
the night of the forty-first day, when it reached its height, and was quite 
copious ; on the forty-third day the whole evolution was completed ; after 
this the girl continued to menstruate regularly but scautily,^ — General 
Abdomen. Abdomen distended (tenth day),". — Abdomen distended, 
with passage of much flatus, upwards and downwards (thirty-first day),'. — 
Distended abdomen,' ; (seventh day),*. — Greatly distended abdomen, in 
the afternoon,^. — Much distension of the abdomen, followed by diarrhoea 
(twentieth day),^ — Great distension of the abdomen, without passage of 
flatus,'*. — Commotion in the abdomen, which is sensitive to pressure, with 
passage of much flatus (fourteenth day),^. — [440.] Commotion in the ab- 
domen, as if diarrhoea would follow ; followed by passage of flatus only 
(thirteenth day),^ — Commotion in the abdomen, as from diarrhoea, with 
passage of much flatus,'. — Commotion in the abdomen, with passage of 
much flatus, followed by soft stool (had been constipated the previous day),'. 
— Commotion in the bowels began soon after rising in the morning, as if 
diarrhoea would follow ; stool, however, was normal (eighteenth day),". — • 
Some commotion in left colon, including the left lumbar region, in the even- 
ing (twelfth day),*'. — Rumbling in the abdomen,""". — Grumbling in small 
bowels (within boundaries of colon), (twenty-ninth day),*'. — Sitting, after 
motion, colicky grumbling in left colon, at noon (fourteenth day),*'. — Some 
flatulence (second day),"". — Passage of flatus (after two or three hours),'. — 
[450.] Passage of flatus by the mouth and anus,". — Passage of much of- 
fensive flatus (tenth day),". — Profuse passage of flatus (fifth day),^— Copi- 
ous passage of flatus, upward and downward,'. — Emission of non-fetid 
flatus ; subsequently some fetid wind, in the evening (sixteenth day),*'. — 
Whilst moving about, another emission of still more fetid flatus, after 
midnight (seventeenth day),*'. — Sonorous evacuation of decidedly fetid 
flatus, after urinating (twelfth day),*'. — When leaning back in chair, flatus 
goes down into rectum with a shock, then presses on anus; escapes, with 
subsequent similar movements in left colon, and twinges of colic, coming 
and going ; flatus not notably fetid ; colic better by passing wind (twelfth 
day),*'.— On rising, breaking wind ; after it, irritable around anus, with 
slight indication of protrusion (twenty-fifth day),*'. — The pain in the upper* 
abdomen aggravated by pressure of the hand, returns and continues some 
days ; it began in the epigastric region, and extended towards the umbilicus 
(ten and eleven days, etc.),'. — [460.] An unpleasant sensation in the upper 
abdomen, which increased to a tension and distension of the abdomen 
towards evening, with dull pain on pressure, and some oppression of the 
chest, after 2 p.m.,1— Pinching in transverse and left colon, whilst going 
about house, continuing whilst in street-car, in the afternoon (thirteenth 
<^ay),*'.— While standing, notable cramp in left colic region, causing me to 
give down somewhat, in the morning (seventeenth day),*'.— Dull crampy 
pain at left border of left upper rectus abdominis, whilst going about, re- 
curring more sharply when sitting, at 1 a.m. (twenty-second day),*'.— 
Crampy ache in left border of upper left rectus abdominis, in the evening 
(twenty-fifth day),*'.— Cutting in the upper abdomen,'.— Tearing pain in 
the abdomen (after two hours),".— Colic, transverse and left colon (twenty- 
second day),*'.— Colic and diarrho?a,'".— Colic, immediately after rising, 
followed by stool, at first mushy, like diarrhoea, with cadaverous odor, with 


gradual relief of the colic (twenty-third day),^ — [470.] Colic in transverse 
and left colon to rectum, afternoon (twenty-seventh day)/". — Colic in trans- 
verse colon persists while sitting (twelfth day),*". — Colic aggravated on 
standing up suddenly ; then emission of fetid flatus ; some amelioration, 
not complete relief, at noon (fourteenth day),*". — The colic, with cutting 
pains in the upper abdomen, continues for several days, aggravated by 
pressure with the hand (fifth day),'. — Some colic during the day (first 
day),". — Sudden colic, with passage of much flatus, at 2 p.m. (twentieth 
day),^ — Sitting, inclining to left side, slight, left-sided colic, in the evening 
(sixteenth day),"- — Walking about, colic in transverse and sigmoid colon, 
quite sharp ; relieved by emissions of flatus, evening (twenty-sixth day),''^ — 
Violent colic, lasting the whole day, with distension of the abdomen (thir- 
teenth day),'. — Writing, colicky feeling in right superior angle of the colon, 
evening (twenty-seventh day),*'. — [480.] Colicky pain in transverse colon, 
slight, going to rectum as if for stool, in the afternoon (twelfth day),*". — 
Colicky sticking in transverse colon, in the evening (eighteenth day),". — 
Irritation of the intestinal canal from the arrest of the ordinary move- 
ments by the action of the quinia,". — Mypogastrium and Iliac 
Region. Painful sensation in the lower abdomen, like a dragging to- 
wards the genitals (first day),^ — Wandering pains and cutting in the ileum, 
followed by diarrhoea (twenty-second to twenty-fifth day),". — Little cutting 
stitch, outer left groin ; subcutaneous, whilst sitting, in the afternoon (fif- 
teenth day),*"- 

Rectiim and Anus. — Rectum. Stool, with usual protrusion 
(nineteenth day),*". — Stool at 10 a.m., with protrusion, rectal activity defi- 
cient (twenty-third day),*". — After stool, mucous protrusion, requiring the 
usual means of correction, in the morning (twenty-sixth day),*". — After 
stool, with protrusion ; sitting, felt the mucous fold spontaneously re- 
tracted, and on touching the anus, afterwards found very little of it. This 
is very notable (twenty-first day),*". — [490.] Slight tenesmus,'. — Commo- 
tion in rectum, pressure of flatus, in the evening (eighteenth day),*". — 
Pressure of flatus, and commotion in rectum, sitting, in the evening 
(eighteenth day),*". — Itching in the rectum,^ — -A-HUS. Increa-sed hsemor- 
rhoidal trouble,^ — Discharge of bright blood from the anus, without pre- 
vious pain in the back,^". — After breakfast, stool soft, but impeded by 
painful contraction of inner sphincter, which feels like a firm rim ; com- 
parable with rigid os. (This is a marked and repeated symptom, which I 
do not remember to have had before this proving.) Protrusions, requiring 
to be reduced (twenty-seventh day),*". — Twice, when standing, sudden 
crampy or cutting stitch at inner sphincter ani (forty-fourth day),*". — 
Whilst walking, in the evening, sticking to right of anus, like a straw ; 
itchy and irritable ; at the same spot, afterwards (twenty-third day),*". — 
After stool, considerable soreness in front of anus ; better by oiling, and 
sitting quietly with a bunch of clothing under perineum, on a cushion, in 
the forenoon (old symptom), (twenty-fourth day),*". — [500.] Sticking in 
left side of inner sphincter ani, afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*". — JJvgiiig. 
Urging to stool, without subsequent evacuation (fourteenth day),^ — ^Urg- 
ing to stool, without subsequent stool, in the forenoon (fifth day),". — Urging 
to stool, in the evening, with passage of very diflScult small soft stool (four- 
teenth day),°. — Urging to stool, with slight griping in the abdomen, fol- 
lowed by a natural stool at 2 p.m. (fifteenth day),^ 

Stool. — DiarrJioea. Diarrhoea (eighteenth day),*. — Diarrhoea, with 
violent colic-like pains across the abdomen (thirty-first day),^ — Diarrhoea- 


like stool, with drawing and cutting in the intestines, at 6.45 a.m. (twenty- 
fourth day),l — Stool at first mushy, then like diarrhoea, preceded by ex- 
cessively offensive flatus, at 9 a.m. (twentieth day),^ — Some thin stools,™. — 
[510.] Repeated stools, thinner and lighter color than usual,^ — Four stools, 
first normal, the others liquid (first day),^ — Stool (after exertion of the 
body) postponed by circumstances ; soft, except the very first ; came away 
suddenly, partially arrested by a cramplike contraction of the sphincter, 
concluding as this gradually subsided; followed by painless prolapse of 
mucous membrane, etc., like piles, on right side (same as for some time 
past, but more pronounced), requiring replacement, and sitting on it to re- 
tain, for awhile (eighth day),'". — After breakfast, good stool, yellow, 
soft, with yellow-tinted clear mucus ; protrusion of right rectal fold con- 
siderable, requiring reduction with sweet oil, followed by pressure of cush- 
ion, to retain it (fourteenth day),*". — Siool at first solid, then liquid, at 
11 A.M. (twenty -seventh day),^ — Stool, with yellow mucus, after breakfast 
(forty-second day),*". — Constipation. Stool hard, crumbly (second 
day),^ — Stool harder than usual,*. — Stool very hard (sixth day),'. — Stool 
at first hard, afterwards thin (fifteenth day),'. — [520.] Postponing stool, it 
proved scanty, with the habitual protrusion (fifteenth day),*". — Stool with 
exertion and pain to-day (eleventh day),'. — Stool difficult, fseces of ordi- 
nary consistence,^ — Stool not very hard, but difficult to pass, always with 
the peculiar sensation extending from the right hand to the shoulder, as 
before noticed,'*. — Defecation this morning, a little sluggish, and rather in- 
complete in amount (twelfth day),*". — Defecation attempted at a later hour 
than usual is very incomplete and difficult; the peristaltic action deficient, 
and the sphincter contraction too great (usual in like circumstances), 
(seventh day),". — After breakfast, imperfect defecation ; painful spasmodic 
resistance of the inner sphincter ; afterwards marked protrusion, with 
difficulty of manual reduction, and irritability; better by applying cold 
water, then oil, and sitting on cushion as before. Stool contained some 
yellow mucus (twenty-fifth day),*". — Constipation,^ — Constipation, for one 
day,*". — Obstinate costiveness (14 to 16 grains daily),'^ — [530.] No stool, 
with distension of the abdomen (fourth day),*. 

Urinary Organs. — lila elder . Catarrhal inflammation of the 
urinary bladder,^^ — Urethra. Constrictive biting pain in the orifice of 
the urethra after urinating, at 9 p.m. (seventeenth day),". — -When going 
about the room, desire to urinate, with colic in transverse colon ; urination 
normal, in the afternoon (fourteenth day),*".— As in several other instances, 
had to rise early in the morning to urinate (at ordinary times more during 
the night), (twenty-fourth-day),*". — Urging to urinate, with passage of I65 
ounces of watery, straw-colored urine, which does not redden litmus-paper 
(after one hour and a quarter),^ — Micturition. Urine increased to 
double the usual amount, although he did not eat (twenty-sixth day),'. — 
Urine copious, high-colored, turbid (second day),^ — Urine scanty and 
turbid,". — Secretion of urine increased ; urine deposited a large quantity 
of orange-colored crystals, shown under the microscope to be right-angled 
prisms, with rhomboidal fragments,'.— [5^0.] Increased secretion of cloudy 
urine for several days,'. — -Increased secretion of urine, preceded by disten- 
sion of the upper and lower abdomen, and oppressed respiration,'^". — Pas- 
sage of much urine, with much thirst and drinking, without deposit of 
crystals (fourth day),'. — 14 and 85 ounces of urine passed at 5 and 10 A.M. 
respectively; it was of a strong urinous odor, and turbid ; 63|- ounces was 
the aggregate amount of seven passages (second day),\ — 25 ounces of urine 


in four passages, and containing many ciystals (tenth day),". — 29i ounces 
of urine in four passages, depositing If grains of crystals (ninth flay),".— 
46|- ounces of urine in six passages (fourteenth day),l — 50-^- ounces of urine 
in four passages, high-colored, and very acid, without sediment (fifteenth 
day),^ — Urine, 51 ounces in five passages, depositing a loose, yellowish 
sediment, and a large number of orange-colored crystals,''.f — 60^ ounces of 
urine in seven passages, pale yellow ; the sediment was small, like brown 
granules, and seemed to be conglomerated crystals, but much smaller than 
on the previous day, and did not show the" concentric layers (sixteenth 
day),l — [550.] 61^ ounces of urine in seven passages, high-colored, with a 
deposit of yellowish-red crystals (twentieth day),l — 66 ounces of urine in 
eight passages ; a crystallized deposit the next morning liiie a conglomerate 
of candied sugar, in which regular forms could not be distinguished, con- 
sisting of urate and purpurate of ammonia, with phosphates (seventeenth 
day),^ — 70i ounces was the aggregate amount of seven passages of urine 
(first day),l — Urine, 99^ ounces in eight passages (thirteenth day),l — Plow 
of urinary residue after replacement of clothing after urinating, occurred 
once (thirty-ninth day).*". — Urine. Urine, clear, pale, increased in quan- 
tity, even if nothing had been drunk,'. — Urine high-colored, 40^ ounces in 
five passages (eighth day),l — Urine high-colored, having a strong urinous 
odor and acid reaction, 80i ounces in nine passages (seventh day),'*. — Urine 
high-colored ; on cooling it deposited a thin, powdery, yellowish-white 
sediment (third day),l — Decided dark color to urine after thirty-five min- 
utes, becoming darker, and even a dark orange color, with decided sedi- 
ment after four hours; tests demonstrated Chinin in the urine,". — [560.] 
Urine very frothy,^ — Urine turbid (second day),". — Decided turbidity of 
urine after fifteen minutes; a thick, chocolate-colored sediment, with great 
turbidity (Chinin found in urine),'^ — Hcemorrhage of the urinary passages 
(on one occasion profuse), (in a boy and a girl whenever the drug was ad- 
ministered), °°. — Urine as clear as water, containing, the next morning after 
the chill, a number of clear transparent crystals, shown under the micro- 
scope to be four-sided prisms, with four-sided pointed ends (about one- fourth 
of a grain of these crystals in 10 ounces of urine) ; the crystals were en- 
veloped by tough mucus, as with a spider's web (fifth day),lj — Formation 
of crystals in the urine (character not mentioned),^ — Urine deposited crys- 
tals of prisms of three-sided pointed pyramids (fourteenth day),". — Urine 
deposited crystals as beiore (twenty-third night),^ — Deposit of crystals in 
the urine continued daily,". — Urine deposits a red sediment (fourth, fifth, 
sixth, and succeeding days),". — [570.] Urine deposited a rose-red sediment, 
which under the glass showed rhomboidal flat crystals, with here and there 
double pyramids,".§^Brickdust sediment in the urine,*'. — Urine deposited 
a thick brickdust sediment,*l — A brickdust sediment in the urine of the 
previous day, consisting of adhering brown grains of the size of poppy- 
seeds, having the external appearance of gravel ; they were round, oval, and 

t These crystals consisted of urate of ammonia and phosphates, and traces of 

X An analysis of these crystals showed that phosphates of ammonia and magne- 
sia were certainly present; lime was not present, but soda was, which seemed to 
determine the peculiarity of these crystals, differing somewhat from the pure triple 
salt of phosphate of ammonia and magnesia. 

I These crystals were not soluble in alcohol nor cold water, but were dissolved by 
boiling water, which redeposited a sediment after cooling; this sediment contained 
only traces of uric acid, consisting almost wholly of phosphates. 


kidney-sliaped ; one of the larger showed under the glass several concentric 
layers of a bright color ; under a magnifying power of three hundred they 
seemed of the size of a bramble (Rufus calsius) berry, and the surface had the 
appearance of a collection of beautiful crystals (fifteenth day),^t — *From 
the nineteenth to twenty-third day, the urine deposited a straw-yellow, granidar 
sediment, mingled with transparent, glittering, perfectly colorless crystals,^ 
— Urine deposits a yellowish-white sediment, adhering to the vessel and of 
a strong odor (fourth day),^ — On the vessel is a light-colored, mealy de- 
posit, containing two grains of glittering crystals, showing facets on all 
sides, consisting of urate of ammonia, phosphates, and sulphate of chinin 
(seventeenth day),*. — The solids in general, and the urea, I found not ma- 
terially affected under the influence of quina, but the phosphoric acid ap- 
peared to be augmented,^". — In the first experiment I took 20 grains of 
disulphate of quina in the course of the day, and during the next forty- 
eight hours the excretion of uric acid amounted in all to 0.542 grammes, 
less than half my normal quantity,"'. — The quantity of uric acid excreted 
during forty-eight hours, after 15 grains of quina had been taken, was 
equal to 0.790; on the third day, after quina had been taken, I excreted 
again about my normal average, namely, 0.621 grammes ; and on the two 
following days 0.543 and 0.656 grammes respectively. I now took quina 
for a third time, and the quantity of uric acid again fell to 0.438 grammes 
on the first, and to 0.192 grammes on the second day,^'- . . . — [580.] Dr. 
S. excreted during the two days previously to his taking quina 0.544 and 
0.543 grammes of uric acid. On the third day he took 20 grains of disul- 
phate of quina, in two 10-grain doses, and on that day he excreted 0.376 
grammes of uric acid. The next morning he again took 5 grains of quina, 
and the quantity of uric acid subsequently fell to 0.317 grammes. During 
the three following days he excreted 0.483, 0.460, and 0.654 grammes re- 
spectively,'". — Dr. M. excreted, during four days prior to his taking quina, 
0.662, 0.774, 0.585, and again 0.585 grammes of uric acid. Then he took 
10 grains of quina, and on that day excreted 0.358, and on the next 0.387 
grammes of uric acid. On the third day after he had taken quina the uric 
acid rose again to 0.670 grammes, and remained there stationary, amount- 
ing to 0.671 and 0.668 grammes on the two following days,'^— After tak- 
ing 6 grammes of Chinin., over 4 grammes were found in" the urine within 
forty-eight hours. (Binz.) 

Sexual Orf/atis. — Male. Decided depression of the sexual sphere 
during the proving,". — Disappearance of the sexual function through the 
proving,".— Sexual function completely lost during the proving,^ — Relax- 
ation and aching of right testis, in the evening (thirtieth day),*'. — Slight 
aching in right spermatic cord, with relaxed scrotum (this side has usually 
tenderness of the globus major), in the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*'. — 
Have had, since taking Chininum sulph., several times renewal of an old 
symptom, i. e., relaxed spermatic cord, right side, with dragging aching, 
requiring support; to-day (after sitting with some compression of it by the 
pants, and with suppressed sexual feeling), 10.30 A.m., aching constriction, 
worse when taking certain positions; better by the little jar of going down 
stairs; extends to epididymis, but worse at external inguinal ring; better 
by careful friction; testes full and firm (seventh day),*'. — An emission 
during the night, without waking (seventh day),*'.— Normal seminal dis- 

t One-quarter of a grain of these crystals was collected from a pound and a half of 
urine: they contained urate and " purpurate " of ammonia mixed with phosphates. 


charge, without sensation, in the morning (twenty-fifth day),". — Fertinle. 
The leucorrhoea reappeared after 2 grains ;f on the first day it was mixed 
with blood ; examination showed heat and turgescence of the inner labia 
(fifth and sixth days),'.— [590.] Uterine epistaxis, coming on generally a 
few hours after the first dose, and lasting continuously, though moderately, 
for about sixteen hours (1 gramme daily),'". — Moderate uterine epistaxis, 
lasting two days (8 decigrammes daily for two days),". — After the last 
dose, menstruation reappeared in a moderate degree, and afterwards re- 
turned regularly at the usual time,". 

Respiratory Organs. — Larynx, Trachea, and Bron- 
chi, A contractive feeling, hardly a pain, in a weak spot the left side of 
hyolaryngeal space, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*". — On ris- 
ing this morning, scraping soreness of larynx and trachea when swallow- 
ing, with raising and coughing of considerable mucus, accumulated during 
the night, relieving the laryngeal scraping by degrees, but causing rawness 
in bronchus and lung of left side; later in the day, the cough aifected 
rather the fauces, with rending sensation (eleventh day),*". — Tickling in 
larynx, cough, and raising of mucus (as usual), in the evening (twenty-fifth 
day),*". — Decided laryngeal tickling, after midnight (seventeenth day),*". 
— Considerable tickling at bifurcation of trachea (behind upper end of 
sternum), cough, and raising and swallowing of phlegm, in the evening 
(nineteenth day),*". — Tickling in left bronchus and trachea (site of my 
usual irritation); cough scarcely detaches anything, but is painful to the 
palate and fauces; phlegm seems as usual to come from the lower lobe, in 
front of the heart, detached and swallowed after' awhile, in morning 
(twelfth day),*". — Voice. Hoarseness at 4 p.m., with a deep tone to the 
voice (twentieth day),^ — [600.] The daily hoarseness reappeared about 4 
P.M., and reached such a degree that the voice was like a bass voice, and 
the throat seemed constricted (twenty-fourth and subsequent days),^ — 
The attack of hoarseness, without anginose symptoms, recurred every 
afternoon for a long time,* — All day, rough hoarse tone of voice, dimin- 
ishing with the expectoration; this always swallowed (eleventh day),*". — 
Voice Jost (after eight hours),^". — Cough and Expectoration. The 
cough became worse towards morning, and was accompanied by the pre- 
vious anginose condition (twenty-seventh night),^ — While dressing, cough, 
with stitch in upper left lung (?), and simultaneous slight rheumatic pain 
in left trapezius, near posterior edge of scapula, in the evening (ninth 
day),*". — Sitting in street-car, cough, with cramp to left and above um- 
bilicus; standing in street (wearing no overcoat, being averse to it), cough- 
ing, with crampy lumbago, left side, better by external support and adjust- 
ing position (cough aggravated when without overcoat to-day in open air, 
constantly, also after every powder), (after one hour and a half, tenth 
day),*". — Cough and tickling in windpipe at 12.30 A.m., less at 1 A.M. 
(eleventh day),*". — Frequent cough towards morning; the cough is caused 
by a small painful spot in throat (seventeenth night),^ — Loose cough 
(twentieth day),'. — [610,] Cough continued during the whole of six days, 
loose, but very severe, and whilst yesterday the mucus seemed to come 
from the throat, to-day it seemed as though he was obliged to cough deeply 
in order to raise the mucus from the lowest portion of the bronchi ; expec- 
toration was of a gelatinous nature (twenty-third day),\ — Cough and rais- 
ing of phlegm, in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*". — Cough, raising and 

f She frequently suffered from leucorrhcea. 


swallowing mucus, after midnight (seventeenth day),*'. — Standing in open 
air, cough, with raising, and threatened irritability in left bronchi, iu the 
evening (twenty-fifth day),*^ — Cough, which must be continued until ex- 
pectoration is raised from very low down (twenty-fourth day),". — Frequent 
cough and need to raise in the night, so that he was obliged to sit up in 
bed to get his breath (twenty-sixth and other nights),^ — Frequent cough, 
with raising of mucus; once this struck the roof of my mouth (several 
times, also before iu the morning), (twenty- fourth day),*l — Short cough, 
with expectoration, swallowed, in the afternoon (fourteenth day),*'. — 
Walking in the open air, noticed that the raising; of mucus by cough was 
renewed, and that I kept my teeth involuntarily pressed together, as has 
been the case frequently during the proving, but having had the same for- 
merly at times, overlooked it, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*'. — I noticed 
this morning that the phlegm came up the right side of the glottis, after- 
wards, the posterior (twenty-fourth day),*'. — [620,] The expectorated mu- 
cus, when examined, consisted of a basis of an opaque, white, globose little 
mass, say one-eighth of an inch in size; another, smaller, as of slower 
formation, with exfoliated epithelium; these, surrounded by about three 
times their quantity of fresh transparent secretion, stretching out between 
the fingers-to more than an inch, in the forenoon (twenty-fourth day),*l — 
Mesj^ii'fiftOii. Expired air cool,". — Breath offensive (after eight 
hours), ^°. — Repeated loud expirations from time to time, like interrupted 
sighing (thirty-ninth day),*'. — Superficial and irregular respiration,". — 
Repeatedly, wliilst eating, took a long inspiration wearily, followed by 
loud sighing, heaving, groaning expiration, in the evening (seventeenth 
day),*'. — ^Respiration increased, 4 (after one hour),^'. — Respiration rose 
from 18 to 20 (after four hours); was 20 next morning; 24 next evening; 
18 tliird morning (first proving); rose from 18 to 20 (second day), (sec- 
ond proving).^'. — Respiration rose from 16 to 20 (after one hour); 20 (after 
four hours); 20, next morning; 22 (second evening); 18 (third morning),^'- 
■ — Respiration increased from 16 to 24 (after four hours); 22 the next 
morning; 20, next evening; 20, third morning; 16 (normal), third even- 
ing,^'. — [630.] Respiration rose from 22 to 26 (after one hour and, forty- 
five minutes) ; was 24 (after two hours and forty-five minutes); 24 (next 
morning), (first proving); respiration 24 before taking; 22 (after one 
hour) ; 22 (after four hours) ; 26 (second morning) ; 25 (second evening) ; 
20 (third morning), (second proving); respiration 20 before taking; 22 
(after one hour); 24 (second morning); 22 (third morning), (third prov- 
ing),^l — Respiration slow and easy (after eight hours),^". — Slow and irreg- 
ular breathing (68 grains),". — Respiration slow, interrupted by sighs,".— 
Dyspnoja,'*. — Respiration oppressed, as from a pain about" the chest 
(tenth day),^^This warm weather, averse to close air in street-cars; it is 
oppressive (sixteenth day),*'. — In a close steam-car, felt oppressed ; had to 
open the window (twenty-second day),*'. — Rising suddenly from ray seat, 
on attempting to swallow at the same moment, arrest of breath by a con- 
traction of the throat, in the evening (twenty-eighth day),*'. 

Chest. — Hfemorrhage from lungs (probably) and eruptions on skin,^l 
— Chest seemed completely dry; all provocation to cough had disappeared; 
he could breathe freely from the bottom of the lung ; towards evening, 
however, the cough returned (twenty-seventh day),^ — [640.] Some pain 
transversely through the chest, as it seemed, in consequence of the racking 
night-cough (twenty-sixth day),^ — Pressive pain iu the chest, on rising 
(twenty -first Aa.y),\~*Opiwession of the chest (twentieth day),'*; (third 


day),". — Front. Pain in the sternum, almost sticking, especially noticed 
on deep breathing or a sudden movement (twenty-first day),'. — In a few 
minutes a feeling behind mid-sternum (cEsophagus ?) as if food had failed 
to go down (first day),''^ — Feeling as if something indigestible had been 
eaten, behind lower sternum; better, temporarily, from slight eructations, 
in the evening (nineteenth day),". — Slight sensation in breast, left of 
sternum, as if spasmodic state of oesophagus from indigestion, in the morn- 
ing (fifteenth dayl,*^.^ — Craved and chewed some fresh orange-peel, then 
ate some white sugar, and drank some cold water after it ; immediately, as 
repeatedly heretofore has happened, dull but smart pressure in subensiform 
space, preceded by salivary tension and flow; afterwards, repeated shud- 
dering of the head; no chilliness; this attack diflters fi-oni others in being 
more instantaneous; relief after a few minutes by eructations, in the even- 
ing (seventeenth day),'". — Sides. Pain in the right side of the chest, on 
rising in the morning, lasting till noon, when it disappeared (thirty-second 
day),'. — Pains in the left clavicle (thirtieth day),*". — [650,] In street-car, 
crampy feeling in right side of chest, four inches outside of and below nip- 
ple (twenty-first day),*". — Crampy feeling at ends of right false ribs, when 
ioendiug forward to urinate, in the morning (twenty-third day),*". — Slight 
crampy feeling at angles of last true ribs, right side, in the afternoon 
(nineteenth day),*". — Pressive pain in the left half of the chest, which was 
very sensitive to deep inspiration, most sensitive when the left arm was 
thrown forcibly backward; it seemed to extend through the middle of the 
chest to the back, and was relieved by leaning upon the left forearm, with 
the body bent forward (position as when writing), at 7 p.m. (seventeenth 
day),".- — Sticking in right thorax ;t also round lower angle of right scapula 
(twenty-ninth day),*". — Sticking in the right half of the chest, extending 
up to the shoulder, during the afternoon, impeding respiration ; relieved by 
bending the body forward (tenth day),". — Stitches in the left half of the 
chest (thirteenth day),". — Stitches in the left side of the chest, preventing 
deep breathing, c(m"tinuiug uninterruptedly until the next day, and very 
gradually disappearing (nineteenth day),l — On entering my house, felt 
decided stitch, slow, moving from edge of liver upward, terminating out- 
side and below the right nipple, in the evening (twenty-fifth day),*". — Tick- 
ling in left chest persistent, in the evening (twelfth day),*". — [660.] Phlegm 
(of chronic formation) in left chest, working up fast, tickles, with frequent 
coughing and raising, hut swallowing, as usual, what is raised; irritability 
of left bronchi afterwards, in the evening (eighth day),*"- 

Heai-t and Pulse. — Frcecorditim. Extreme prsecordial anx- 
iety,'*. — Slight uneasiness in the pr8ecordia,''^ — Considerable uneasiness in 
the prsecordia,'^ — Tension in the prsecordial region, especially on the left 
side, below the short I'ibs, becoming so severe that the bands of the cloth- 
ing must be loosened (thirteenth day),'. — Pressure in the prsecordial region, 
with passage of flatus,*. — Sticking in the region of the apex of the heart, 
disappearing after a few minutes, (immediately after taking),^ — Heart's 
action subjectively perceptible, this whilst sitting partially doubled up, in 
the forenoon (nineteenth day),*". — Sitting, heart's action subjectively felt, 
extending to head ; having just had an incomplete stool, with protrusion 
of mucous membrane, especially right side, after postponement, in the fore- 
noon (twentieth da.y),'^^.— Heart's Action. Pulsations of heart, con- 
scious, slightly accelerated, in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*".— [670.] 

t By "sticking," I mean a short stitch of indistinguishable course. 


While at stool, pulsation of the heart increased, after straining, so as to be 
felt throughout left side of the body (abdomen and chest), in the forenoon 
(twenty-fourth day),*".— This evening, at 6 o'clock, a nap, with hands 
joined over top of head ; lying on back. Was awakened at 6.45, the heart- 
beat with abnormal impulse, felt through much of the chest; and too fre- 
quently, better by lying still awhile, then stirring about moderately (four- 
teenth day),*'.— At 10 A.M., strong heart-beat, after excitement (third 
day),*".— Pulsation of heart felt in left chest after, going upstairs, in the 
afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*". — Conscious pulsation from heart to left 
chest, arm, and abdomen (not very rare), in the forenoon (third day),*". 
—Palpitation (third day),^— Palpitation of the heart,^— Slight palpita- 
tion, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — Woke on right side; palpitation; 
relieved by lying in abdominal position (fourth day),*". — Roused suddenly, 
"palpitation, had to lie on it," with hand supporting heart (twenty-third 
day),*". — [680.] After breakfast, sitting at stool, elbows on knees, palpita- 
tion, felt through chest, down back to sacrum, and through abdomen 
(twenty-sixth day),*". — Owing to indignation, in the morning, palpitation 
of the heart; better by lying on it, alternating with changes of position, 
stretching, etc. (as usual), (twentieth day),*". — Woke in the morning, lying 
on left side, with slight, yet notable palpitation of the heart, ceasing on 
lying fairly upon it (third day),*".— jPtt?.se. Pulse rapid, full,^ ^*.— Pulse 
rapid, neither hard nor fulV". — Pulse more rapid, but not fuller than 
usual,'. — Pulse accelerated by nine beats, small and irritable (after two 
hours),". — Pulse, morning and afternoon 45; towards noon 60 (seventh 
day),^— Pulse 72, sitting, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*". — 
Pulse in the morning 65, in the afternoon 66, in the evening 75 (fourteenth 
day)',^ — [690.] Pulse 88, at 8;^ p.m. (twenty-second day),^ — Pulse varied 
from 75 to 94 (the last one hour after eating), (second day),'*. — Pulse 
(in temporal artery) beat very strongly under finger, bounding, counted 
98 to 100 per minute ; no other sign of fever, in the forenoon (nineteenth 
day),*".— Pulse 100,".— Pulse 100, at 3 p m. (fifth day),^— Rise of pulse 
began in 95 minutes ; greatest frequency reached in 120 minutes (girl), (12 
grains),^'. — Rise of pulse began immediately; greatest frequency in 65 
minutes ; fell again in 195 minutes (girl), (20 grains),''. — Rise of pulse 
began in 15 minutes ; greatest frequency reached in 15 minutes ; fell again 
in 120 minutes (girl), (10 grains),". — Pulse rose from 64 and 68 to 92, in 
55 minutes (girl), (8 grains, after thirty-five minutes),". — Pulse rose from 
72 to 80 (after one hour) ; 80 (after four hours) ; 84 (next morning) ; 88 
(next evening) ; 74 (third morning),". — [700.] Pulse rose from 72 to 84 
(after one hour),". — Pulse rose from 72 to 86 (after four hours) ; 82 the 
next morning ; 80 in the evening ; 84 third morning ; 72 normal, in the 
evening,". — Pulse 88 before taking ; 90 (after one hour and three-quarters); 
90 (after two hours and three-quarters) ; 90 (after four hours) ; 96 (second 
morning) ; (first proving). (She then took a second dose of 10 grains), 
108 (after one hour) ; 106 (after four hours) ; 100 (next morning) ; 88 
(next evening), (second proving). Pulse 84, before taking; 98 (after one 
hour) ; 98 (after four hours) ; 108 (next morning) ; 100 (next evening) ; 
88 (third morning), (third proving),^". — Pulse rose from 72 to 78 (after two 
hours) ; 74 (after four hours), (first proving). Rose from 76 to 100 (after 
one hour) ; 92 (after four hours) ; 84 (second day) ; 84 (third morning); 
72 (third evening), (second proving). Rose from 72 to 86 (after one hour) ; 
82 (second hour) ; 84 (second morning) ; 86 (second evening) ; 72 (third 
morning), (third proving),^''. — 



V. No. ofobserv. 

Mean pulse of 
each day's obsery. 













Daily Means, calculated jrom the Detailed Observations. 

No mod., 

5 grains Quinia pr. J hr. till 8 closes, 

5 grains Quinia pr. J hr. till 8 doses, 

5 grains Quinia pr. J hr. till 3 doses, 
10 grains Quinia pr. 4 hr. till 10 doses, 
20 grains Quinia pr. J hr. till 10 doses. 

Slowness of the pulse/". — Action on the circulation was constant ; it usually 
occurred half an hour after taking, and proportionate to the size of the 
dose, producing slowness of the pulse,". — Pulse regular, slow, scarcely per- 
ceptible,". — Pulse diminished four beats to a minute, within two hours,^*. — 
The pulse fell in a few days to 57, and then to 50 (from daily doses of 8 
decigrammes),". — [710.] Pulse on taking the drug, 80; after dinner it 
sank to 64 (whilst it was usually 73 to 75, at that time); in the evening, 
the pulse was normal, 75 (first day),^ — Pulse, on taking the drug in the 
morning, 60; after an hour, 62; taken at various times through the rest 
of the day 45 (fifth day),^ — Pulse became small, almost imperceptible, 
and fell to 40, 45 (from 32 decigrammes a day),". — Pulse 83, in the morn- 
ing of the third day before taking half a grain ; one hour after taking, it 
was 75,°. — Whilst eating in the evening, pulse 76 ; 72 after writing ; full, 
forcible (seventeenth day),*'. — Pulse diminished in frequency for about 30 
minutes; began to rise in 50 minutes; greatest frequency in 100 minutes 
(girl), (20 grains),". — For fifty minutes afterwards the pulse fell a little in 
frequency and gained' in strength. The fall was from 108 and 112 to 104 
and 96. After this it beat 120 in the minute, and at the same time lost in 
strength (boy),''. — Pulse at 9 A.m. 75, irregular, weak, and small (twenty- 
sixth day),'. — On those two occasions, when the temperature was decidedly 
depressed, the pulse beat the fastest when the temperature began to fall, 
and became less frequent again when the depression in the temperature 
was attained. On every occasion of the increase in the rapidity of the 
pulse there occurred also a loss of strength. On two occasions, when the 
pulse was at its quickest, the pulse became for a short time irregular and 
intermittent. On two other occasions the pulse, at first after the adminis- 
tration of the Quinia beat a little slower, and also grew in strength ; but 
this temporary loss in frequency and gain in strength, was soon followed 
by the opposite circumstances (girl),". — Pulse full, firm, in the forenoon 
(twenty-eighth day),*". — [720.] Strength of the pulse fell (boy), (two doses 
in one day),". — Pulse regular and very weak, scarcely perceptible (after 
eight hours),™. 

Week. (Hid SacJe, — Neck. The neck began to swell, at 4 p.m., so 
that respiration was impeded thereby and the voice became hoarse (twenty- 
second day),^ — Swelling perceptible externally along the right sterno- 
cleido-mastoid muscle, which is not painful, even to pressure (twentieth 
day),'. — Pain in the neck, especially on moving it and on swallowing 
(nineteenth day),'. — Pains in both sides of the neck, sensitive to pressure, 
afterwards extending into the larynx, then disappearing towards evening 
(eighteenth day),". — Slight crampy feeling in left sterno-mastoid muscle; 
then in left levator anguli scapidce (apparently), in the early morning 
(twenty-sixth day),*". — On suddenly turning head to right, sprained feeling 
in upper right sterno-mastoid muscle, lasted a good while, with sticking 
aching in right ear (this on Sunday afternoon in street-car), (forty-first 


day),".^*Sensitiveness of the last cervical and first dorsal vertebrae to 
pressure (twentieth day),'. — Back. Pains in the back (twentieth day),^ 
— Dorsal, [730.] Rheumatic feelings in left scapular muscles, upper 
and inner, after sitting in a draft, in the afternoon (twenty-seventh 
day),*l — Rheumatic feelings several times at inner border of left scapula 
(twenty-seoond day),*'. — Midnight, writing, rheumatic ache at inner left 
scapular border ; better when the arm is supported (twenty-second day),*'. 
— Twinges in lower half of right scapula ; immediately after, in right 
lower jaw, then in upper, in malar region ; these sensations succeed each 
other rapidly, some frequently recurring, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth 
day),*'. — In cool wind, with false position, acromial rheumatism, right side 
(twenty-ninth day),*'. — *The dorsal vertebrae are painful to pressure with the 
fingers or on leaning against any hard substance,^. — During the chill the 
dorsal vertebrae were more sensitive to pressure than the cervical or lumbar 
vertebrse,^ — -Pressure upon the first dorsal vertebrte, and also, though in a 
less degree, upon the second, was painful ; this is not noticed in the cervi- 
cal, in the other dorsal, nor in the lumbar vertebrae, in the afternoon 
(seventh day),". — *Pain in the first and second dorsal vertebrae, on pressure 
(twenty-fourth day),l — ^ Third dorsal vertebi-ce very painful to touch, "with 
oppression of the chest; it was not noticed on pressing on the other verte- 
brae (twenty-second day),l — [740.] Pricking to left of the irritable mid- 
dorsal spine, in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*'. — Carrying medicine- 
case in left hand, pricking in left side of middle dorsal vertebra (which is 
an habitually irritable part of the spine) ; have had similar prickling fre- 
quently during the proving, when straining this point in sitting bent up, 
etc., afternoon (twenty-sixth da,j)*''.^LHlHhar. Dull left lumbar un- 
easiness (forty-fourth day),*'. — Lumbar pains, when sitting bent up, in 
a street-car (twenty-ninth day),*'. — Lumbar pain recurs as provocations 
recur, left side, in the evening (twenty-eighth day),*'. — After raw oysters, 
condimented, dull lumbar pain when walking, in the afternoon (thirty-first 
day),*'. — Whilst out, during the day, repeated renewal of dull lumbar 
pain, left side, also subcutaneous sticking, noticed while walking, on right 
side; same, but running up, later, left side; when straightening myself 
on a seat (twenty-eighth day),*'.— After dinner, at 4 p.m., sitting in street- 
car, a little bent forward, dull pain in left lumbar region, say about lower 
end of kidney (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Whilst going about, dull pain in left 
lumbar region; later, in the right side; then, while sitting, in the left 
again, afternoon (twenty-seventh day),*'. — Dull pain, transient, in left 
lower lumbar region, while writing; not very rare, in the evening (twelfth 
day),*'.— [750.] During exertion, pleurosthotonic lumbar cramp, left side 
(twenty-ninth day),*'.— Sitting, dull aching in middle of left costo-pelvic 
(lumbar) muscular region, in the afternoon (fourteenth day),*'. — Constant 
pain in the small of the back (twentieth day),'. — Dull pain in region of 
left kidney, whilst bent to the other side, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth 
day),*'. — Bending over my table, dull pain in region of left kidney,*'. — 
Region of left kidney is quite persistently the seat of dull pain, with in- 
tolerance of positions, etc., which cause compression (twenty-seventh day),*'. 
— Crampy ache in left renal region, evening (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Sacral. 
Not having defecated, felt as if a firm mass pressed from within against 
sacrum, hips, and lower lumbar portions of back (relieved by stool) in the 
forenoon (nineteenth day),*'. 

JExtremities in Genei-al.—Trtmh\mg and coldness of the limbs 
(thirteenth day),". — * Weakness in the limbs (twentieth day),^ — [760.] Great 


weakness and -weariness of arms and legs/". — * Trembling in the extremities; 
the power oj the will over them seemed to be very much hampered,''^. — Freciuent 
trembling of the limbs,". — His limbs would not obey his will,". — General 
numbness and trembling of the limbs, even on slight exertion, lasting two 
days (second day),^ — Tearings and drawings in the hands and feet (twenty- 
third day),l — Neuralgic twinges in right index finger and right little toe 
when using them ; afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*". — Bruised feeling in the 
limbs (twenty-seventh day),^ 

Superior JExtreinities. — The arms and hands become consider- 
ably tumefied and covered with pimples, which also fill and suppurate,^l — 
Whilst folding powders, arms felt as if too little supplied with nerve-force, 
like nervous debility, or shattering, with want of control of the muscles, 
not amounting to agitation, in the afternoon (twenty-third day),'". — ^[770.] 
The arms feel bruised the whole day (nineteenth day),^ — S/iOu/dcr. 
Cracking, so that it can be heard by others, in the shoulder-joints, on rais- 
ing the arms (twenty-sixth day),'. — Pains in shoulders (thirtieth day),'"'. — 
Sitting with right arm in malposition, rheumatic threatening in right del- 
toid muscle ; later, in the course of the musculo-spiral nerve to back of 
forearm and hand, riding in car, and resting the palm on the seat ; also 
in the ulnar nerve, adjoining the pisiform bone, in the afternoon (fourteenth 
day),-". — All day, left deltoid region near acromion has been rheumatic ; 
the day cool, humid, and windy. Warmth relieved (twenty-second day),*'. 
— At various times rheumatic feeling in one or other deltoid muscle, ex- 
tending half way down outer arm, when the limb happened to be at all in 
malposition (sixteenth day),*l — Whilst writing (2.20 a.m., after sleeping), 
rheumatic feeling in right deltoid. (Some of the upper deltoid pains 
should, perhaps, be rather referred to the insertions of the spinatus muscles 
into the tuberosities of the humerus, some of the lower, perhaps, to the 
brachialis anticus, at least as participating therein ; being rather transient, 
it is difficult fully to test this by muscular movements, and especially as 
they usually cease with change of position), (twentieth day),*'. — Rheumatic 
feelings in tendons of both deltoids, and of left biceps, from muscular effort 
or strain from time to time, in the afternoon (nineteenth day),*"*. — Rheu- 
matic pain in left shoulder at noon (twentieth day),*'. — ^(Sitting back in 
arm-chair, and so pressing scapulse, rheumatico-neuralgic ache in posterior 
axillary fold, 7'ight side, in the afternoon), (twenty-fifth day),'". — [780.] 
Before going to bed, whilst making some motions with the aruis, sharp 
cramp in anterior half of left deltoid after 1 a.m. (twenty-second day),''l — 
Arm. Recurrence of pain in outer right upper arm (apparently in the 
nerves), in the evening (twenty-fifth day),'". — Recurrence of rheumatic 
pains in right arm (outer origin of brachialis anticus), (forty-sixth day),*'. 
— Whilst writing, slight and transient pain, referable to the ulnar nerve, in 
its middle third, from below the axilla to below elbow, left side, in the 
afternoon (twentieth day),*'. — Sticking above right external condyle of 
humerus ; then, while sitting, in dorsum of right forearm ; then left brow ; 
in the evening (eighteenth day),*'. — Whilst writing, quick twinge in super- 
ficial nerves of upper arm, inner and outer aspects, in the evening (twenty- 
third day),*'. — ISlbow. Slight pain front of elbow, when pulling a door, 
in the afternoon (first day),*'. — On flexing the right forearm in a forcible 
eflx)rt, sprained feeling at biceps tendon, at elbow (twenty-third day),*'. — 
Forearm. Neuralgico-rheumatic sensations in dorsum of right forearm, 
extending as a hard ache to middle of ulna, whilst going about, in the after- 
noon (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Carrying medicine-case in right hand, compres- 


sion of ulnar nerve against body, pain to termini of nerve in little finger, 
etc.; afternoon (twenty-sixth day),". — [790.] Recurrent neuralgic pain in 
right ulna, etc., whilst writing, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*'. 
— On waking, the right arm being uncovered, rheumatic pain in »shaft of 
ulna very decided (room not cold) ; disappeared after warm sponge-bath, 
in the morning (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Eiding in cold wind, rheumatic pain 
in extensor tendons of right forearm ; better by motion ; afternoon (twenty- 
sixth day),". — Cramp in flexors of left forearm, when feeliug for levator 
anguli scapulx, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),'".— Aching, lower 
end of left ulna, whilst holding papers to write on, in the evening (twenty- 
fifth day),*'. — Neuralgic aching in dorsum of right forearm, two inches 
below head of radius (over belly of supinator longus), in the forenoon 
(twenty-first day),*'. — Neuralgic aching in right ulna whilst writing, every 
morning (twenty-sixth day),*'.— Sticking in dorsum of right forearm, when 
putting the hand behind me, at noon (nineteenth day),*'. — Sticking, dorsum 
of right forearm, whilst holding a weight, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth 
day),*'. — Sharp neuralgic twinge in forearm, in dorsal branches of radial 
nerve ; then suddenly and sharply in the digital nerves of adjacent sides 
of first and second fingers of left hand, middle phalanges, in the afternoon 
(twentieth day),*'. — [800.] Dorsum of lower right forearm, pricking in the 
nerves (twenty-ninth day),*'. — Wrist. After writing, rheumatic pain 
around right carpus (weather mild), in the afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*'. 
— Writing: neuralgic twinges, or rather sticking (like sharp wires), in 
dorsum of right wrist, in the forenoon (twentj-^-first day),*'. — The hands 
and arms refused their service (fifth day),^ — Peculiar sensation in the right 
hand, as if some drops of fluid passed thence to the shoulder; this sensa- 
tion was not especially painful, during every stool,''.f — Hands seem pufiy 
when closing them (twenty-fifth day),*'. — After using hands vigorously, 
sticking in left hand, between bases of first and second metacarpal bones, 
in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*'. — Palmar intermetacarpal sticking, 
right hand, between first and second fingers, in the evening (eighteenth 
day),*'. — Flnffers. Left index finger has a slight cut; after taking morn- 
ing sponge-bath the finger was somewhat inflamed and tumefied half way 
up (fortieth day),*'. — When extending the fingers, the centre of nails look 
white, especially the first and second, in the morning (second day),*'. — [810.] 
In cutting my finger nails I observe that they seem unusually tough (twenty- 
fourth day),". — Pains in right finger and thumb (thirtieth day),*'. — Neu- 
ralgic pain (slight from same intermetacarpal space) along digital nerve, 
inner aspect of first phalanx, first finger, right hand, after midnight (nine- 
teenth day),*'. — Crampy, then rheumatic pain, whilst writing, in right third 
knuckle, and above, in the afternoon (twenty-third day),*'. — Whilst hold- 
ing papers in left hand and writing on them, neuralgic twinges in left index 
finger (tweuty-second day),*'. — Sharp neuralgic twinge in inner digital 
nerve of left second finger (twenty-first day),*'. — Little finger-joint con- 
tinues sore, frequently aggravated by friendly grips (thirty-ninth day),*'. — 
Last articulation of right little finger is quite sore to pressure, looks tumid, 
and a little reddish, in the evening (eighteenth day),*'. — The last little 
finger-joint, right side, continues in a sore state; the base of the last pha- 
lanx in particular is hypertrophic and inflamed, causing a slight distortion ; 
shaking hands is often quite painful (twenty-fourth day),*'. — The last joint 
of right little finger is tender, the base of last phalanx is tumid, and at the 

f This symptom appeared constantly in three repetitions of the experiment. 


outer portion of the same the skin has a red spot of some size (twenty- 
second day)/^ — [820.] Proximal palmar portion of last phalanx of right 
thumb felt sensitive to pressure, as in incipient felon ; the spot pressed by 
spring of my watch-case (sixteenth day)/'. — Having day before yesterday 
accidentally broken my right thumb-nail to the quick, now, whilst riding 
in a street-car, find it very sore and stiff; later, with heat ; aching, at times 
extending to metacarpal joint, worse from using it, throbbing when hanging 
down ; perceptible swelling ; temporary aggravation whilst running hot 
water on it from hydrant ; afterwards much ameliorated ; later, entirely 
gone, in the afternoon (eighth day),*'- 

Inferiof JExtreniities. — Objective. The disease, which at first 
was confined to the neck, face, and arnls, subsequently covered the legs ; 
one of them was much swollen, and covered with a scaly eruption, like a 
species of elephantiasis (in a woman, from packing the sulphate),^^ — Walk- 
ing, recurrence of disposition to aid by gravitation ; walking bent forward, 
to supplement muscular inertia as it were, especially in the calves, in the 
afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Subjective. Walking about, notice 
the recurrence of tlie " wooden feeling," a sort of constrained, stiff", awk- 
ward action of the lower extremities ; evening (twenty-sixth day),*'. — 
Walking, the tendons seemed to catch and pain slightly (twenty-second 
day),*'. — Hip. Hips, in walking, feel old and inert ; rigid, in the morning 
(twenty-third day),*'. — Just before going to bed, hips feel tired, as if from 
a long march ; almost a stiff" feeling ; left side worst (fifteenth day),*'. — 
Thigh. Loss of power in the thighs (second day),^ — Catching, stitchlike, 
in anterior supei-ior portion of left gluteus maximus, while walking, in the 
afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*'. — [830.] During the day, in walking, thighs 
felt loggy ; knees ready to give way (forty-first day),*'. — Walking, tired 
feeling in upper front of thighs, as if overworked, in the afternoon (four- 
teenth day),*'. — Walking, slight recurrence of rigid feeling in rectus mus- 
cles of the thighs ; then similar sensation posteriorly ; then the joint and 
muscle debility before-mentioned, but this time in the knees, in the after- 
noon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Rheumatic feeling behind right trochanter, 
in the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Standing bent forward, rheumatic 
feeling in a small portion of left gluteus maximus, at noon (twenty-first 
day),*'. — Rheumatic pain along inner border of left rectus femoris, whilst 
walking (twenty-first day),*'. — Walking, rheumatic feeling in right vastus 
externus, lower half, in the afternoon (thirteenth day),*'. — Rheumatic pain 
in exterior of left thigh and upper fibula, when sitting with limb suddenly 
doubled up, by leaning far forward ; afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*'. — ■ 
Walking, increasing tension in rectus muscles of thighs; got almost rigid; 
obliged to pause to allow it to pass off", in the evening (twentieth day),*'. — 
Standing bent forward, right foot advanced, myalgia along right rectus 
femoris, exterior aspect, in the afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*'. — [840.] 
Overfatigued ache in left rectus femoris, whilst sitting, in the evening 
(twenty-fifth day),*'. — Crampy ache, lower border of right gluteus maxi- 
mus, in the evening (twenty -fifth day),*'. — After jumping from platform of 
car, cutting across lower half of left rectus femoris, quite sharp, with every 
step; afternoon (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Entering the house, felt crampy 
cutting across thigh, but this time on the right side, transverse in direction, 
and in lower half of rectus muscle ; on walking out, left thigh again, both 
on same level ; afternoon (twenty-seventh day),*'. — Whilst sitting at stool, 
recurrence of the transverse cutting, in inner and lower portion of rectus 
femoris, right thigh, in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*'. — Stitching be- 

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hind left trochanter, while walking, in afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*'. — 
Neuralgic twinge behind right trochanter ; felt afterwards in walking ; also 
similar crampy feeling at inner border of right scapula, in the afternoon 
(nineteenth day),*'. — Walking, rheumatic twinge recurs behind right tro- 
chanter, in the evening (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Knee. Began while walk- 
ing to feel as if the bones at inner half of right knee-joint did not fit, im- 
peding locomotion, increased to a drawing at inner part of popliteal space 
and up inner hamstring muscles ; thought I should have to stop walking ; 
did stop once or twice, and shook limb to relieve tension ; it caused awk- 
wardness of gait ; subsided while making a call, in afternoon (fifteenth 
day),*'. — Contractive sensation down inner side of right knee ; afternoon 
(twenty-sixth day),*'. — [850.] Sti6king, left upper knee-joint, in evening 
(twenty-fifth day),*'. — Le(f. Twitching, left ulnar flexor (twenty-ninth 
day),*'. — Tendons in front of right ulna twitching, quivering (twenty-ninth 
day),*'. — On rising from seat, rheumatic feeling about lower head of right 
fibula, in the afternoon (twentieth day),*'. — Slight pain on inner edge of 
right ulna, then upper dorsum of same, whilst resting it on table writing, 
more when ulnar nerve is on the stretch, less on relaxing it, or obviating 
its compression, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Aching over 
inner lower right tibia, in the evening (twenty-fifth day),*'. — Neuralgic ach- 
ing in the lower half of left leg, in the course of the anterior tibial nerve, 
in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Twinges in middle of right 
anterior tibial nerve ; evening (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Neuralgic twinge 
in front of lower end of right fibula, in the evening (nineteenth day),*'. — 
Sitting, left knee resting on right, pricking, right inner calf, in the after- 
noon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Ankle. [860.] After resting heel on floor 
or otherwise, with leg extended, and sleeping, severe feeling as if ankle were 
injured (thirty-eighth day),*'. — Sprained feeling of flexor tendons under 
left inner malleolus, while standing,*'. — Passive forced flexion of left ankle 
(sitting), followed by slight sprained feeling in front of joint ; afterwards, 
in walking, similar feeling in both sides of astragalus within the joint, down 
to attachments of internal lateral ligament ; later, under inside of left in- 
step, in the afternoon (twentieth day),*'. — Sprained feelings now and then 
under and about left inner malleolus, also in tendo-Achillis above ankle, 
walking (twenty-eighth day),*'. — In the morning on rising, sticking sensa- 
tion below right inner malleolus ; had it previous to this when walking, but 
laid it to a (probable) straw ? in my stocking (fourth day),*'. — Post-malleo- 
lar sticking, left side, in course of posterior tibial artery, in the forenoon 
(thirty-first day),*'. — Foot. Trembling, especially of the feet, with aching 
of the malleoli (seventh day),'. — Sensation of numbness in the feet, on 
walking (twelfth day),'. — Putting on my boots, right foot feels a little 
swelled, in the evening (seventeenth day),*'. — Cramp, outer part of hollow 
of right foot (twenty-ninth day),*'. — [870,] Crampy feeling in hollow of 
left foot, inside (forty-fourth day),*'. — Sitting, a crampy pain in outer mus- 
cles of right sole, in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),*'. — Sharp, 
crampy pain in muscles of outer sole of right foot, when resting it on its 
inner side, in the evening (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Crampy aching quite 
severe in inner muscles of hollow of left foot; worse while sitting; relieved 
while standing ; continuing to sit, it becomes persistent, and increased in 
severity (forty-eighth day),*'.— Dull pain, as if strained, hollow of right 
foot, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — Sprained feeling in inner 
part of hollow of right foot (in street-car), iu the afternoon (twenty-fourth 
'day),*'. — Slight pains at inner calcanear spaces ; left, sharp, when walking ; 


right, later, when standing, in the afternoon (first day),*'. — Vertical stitch 
back of right heel (forty-sixth day),*". — At the inner side of left instep, 
dull twinge (twenty-third day),*'. — Some pains continue to recur; besides, 
yesterday, without known cause, came a severe soreness, like a " stone 
bruise," in ball of left foot anteriorly, causing limping (similar to a former 
symptom in right thumb), continues to-day (fifty-sixth day),*'. — [880.] 10 
P.M., boots hurt both insteps (fourteenth day),*'. — Toes. Gouty (?) pain 
in right great toe-joint on pressing foot to floor (forty-first day),*'. — Rising 
from bed and standing, sprained feeling of middle toe left side ; afterwards 
about ankle (thirty-first day),*'. — While walking indoors, suddenly, on 
pressing right foot to floor, a sharp separating or rending pain in the great 
toe-joint, reminding me of gout, something between neuralgia and a sprain ; 
it soon after ceased, and several hours later recurred in a slight degree 
(twenty-third day),*'. — When the warmth got to the feet an inactive corn 
on left little toe began to twinge under pressure of the slipper ; passed off 
on changing its position, in the evening (seventeenth day),*'. 

General Symptoms. — Objective. Very decided emaciation 
during the proving,^ — General excitement of the arterial system, similar 
to that produced by strong wine,^'. — Pandiculation and frequent yawning 
(twentieth day),^ — Trembling,". — An internal trembling, wherewith the 
face became pale, with some urging to urinate, followed by pale urine 
(second evening),^ — [890,] Tremors (68 grains),". — Twitchjngs, in the 
evening (thirtieth day),*'. — Convulsions,'". — General physical power seems 
to be increased,'^ — General quietness, indolence, and relaxed condition 
during the whole day (fifth day),". — Woke in the morning feeling inert ; 
dull feeling in head. Hard to get up (fifteenth day),*'. — * Weakness (tenth 
day),'". — VVeakness and fatigue (after forty-five minutes),*'. — Weakness 
and dulness on waking from the afternoon nap (twentieth day),^ — Weak- 
ness and trembling of the limbs, especially the knees (seventh day),'. — • 
[900.] General weakness, indolence,^ — * General weakness, espeeially of the 
feet, so that she was unable to walk (after half an hour),". — Great weak- 
ness (eighth day),^ — Symptoms accompanied by great weakness,'. — Great 
weakness of the body, so that he could scarcely remain up (fourth day),'. 
— Standing long in the evening produced much of an habitual weakness of 
the left side of the body, contracted by riding a rough horse in army life; 
relieved when recumbent, but requiring many turnings, in the morning, in 
bed, pressing up the left abdomen, etc., to get ready for my day's work ; 
always worse by sitting up very late at night (thirteenth day),*'. — Sinking 
of strength,". — Great loss of power, and weakness throughout the proving,'. 
— Disturbance of nervous system and of the heart's action, producing general 
prostration and feebleness of the cardiac movements,'^ — Exhaustion, as 
from hunger, a sensation of fasting in the stomach, with loss of appetite, 
so that the lunch in the middle of the day remained untouched (twentieth 
day),^ — [910.] Faintness,™. — Attacks of fainting, now and then,". — Often 
unable to stand, and several times fell suddenly when in the street (a 
scruple four times daily),''. — Fell to the earth senseless (after two hours),". 
— Mestlessness. Extreme restlessness,". — Night restless,*'. — Very rest- 
less at night,*. — After taking the dose at bedtime, passed a very restless 
night,". — After writing- a letter, recurred the " nervous mobility," in the 
forenoon (thirty-first day),*'. — Uneasiness,".— [920.] Uneasy, cold sensa- 
tion in the whole body, at 5 p.m. (second daj),\ — Sensihilitij. Exces- 
sive general sensitiveness of the body, during the whole proving,^ — Late 
this afternoon, in a street-car, down in a valley, felt that peculiar sensitive- 


ness of mind and body, which sometimes precedes febrile diseases ; as if a 
little more of the same would make rae chilly. Have often experienced 
the same in Illinois, when laboring under malarial influences, and riding 
into valleys. It was like a sudden aura or magnetism, felt particularly 
about the neck and throat and face, and Pulsatilla then seemed remedial. 
It is the same feeling to-day, and disappears in the clear upper strata of 
air, where the opposite conditions of light, with dry warm atmosphere pre- 
vail (thirteenth day),*. — Subjective. During the day felt rather old 
and " wooden ;" motions and speech unusually deliberate (sixteenth day),*'. 
— Heaviness and disinclination to work during the whole day (eighth 
day),". — Felt heavy and drowsy, in the forenoon (seventeenth day),*'. — 
While walking muscular system felt inert, the will also ; stooped forward, 
that gravitation might supplement this inertia, in the forenoon (seventeenth 
day),*'. — -Felt weary in the morning (seventeenth day),*'. — Felt utterly 
weary ; had lost some sleep the past week ; only left the house under the 
physician's " must ;" slept and lounged about nearly all day (fortieth day),*'. 
— Great weariness (fourth day),'. — [930.] Felt less weariness than usual 
on rising in the morning (second day),*'. — The several shifting neuralgic 
pains iu the localities most frequently mentioned, have recurred at other 
times in slight degree, in addition to those here recorded. Also, once or 
twice iu the ball of the right thumb, in the evening (twentieth day),*'. — 
Frequently I find sudden motions cause catching dull or spraining pains, 
e. g., in outer fibres of deltoid tendons, when raising arms; in tendons in 
front of left ankle, when flexing the joint suddenly. Prior to proving had 
a sprained feeling in last articulation of right little finger, especially when 
shaking hands with others ; it seems worse of late, especially after the 
doses (seventeenth day),*'. — Internal quivering sensation through the body, 
at middle, followed by slight eructation, in the afternoon (twenty-fifth 
day),*'. — At various times since proving began, little shocks or pricks like 
neuralgia or rheumatism in divers places, as left supra-orbital nerve, right 
ear, right elbow, right knuckle, etc. (sixteenth day),*'. — During the after- 
noon and evening, spent mostly in street-car, on walking, or visits, had a 
rapid succession of transient, and principally slight symptoms, shifting 
locality, dull, sharp, crampy, etc., as crampy feeling in left hypochondrium 
in a small spot, probably in left rectus muscle ; sticking in the right ax- 
illary folds (twenty-fifth day),*'. — (The interest of the symptoms seems to 
lie largely in their frequent shifting and recurrence in all parts of the body, 
in localities new and old, many such being necessarily here omitted) (twenty- 
sixth day),*'. — This morning, symptoms all seem wanting, for the first time. 
My impression is that my system, under the influence of the last dose, has 
established a " tolerance " of the drug, which I take to be another phrase, 
a synonym, for the incipiency of that vital resistance or " reaction " which 
characterizes Hahnemann's "secondary effects," in the "resolution" of its 
" primary " pathogenetic action, i. e., of return to health ; the phenomena 
being alternately and periodically, both primary and secondary, probably 
in all cases, the former waning, the latter increasing up to full health ; 
these thence ought to be easily distinguished (twenty-first day),*'. 

Skin,— Objective, Skin soft, in the forenoon (nineteenth day),*'.— 
skin of fingers, knuckles, etc., when pinched up, retains the fold ; color 
normal, in the morning (second day),*'. — [940.] After three or four days 
the oedema and the rash subsided, but the skin of the face sealed off, and 
there was peeling of the hands and feet, as after scarlatina,". — Erup- 
tions, Dry. Rash all over the body, vivid as scarlatina, and attended 


■with intolerable and incessant itching. The rash and irritation were per- 
sistent for several days, and then slowly and gradually subsided, followed 
by universal exfoliation of the cuticle,^^ — Scarlatina-like eruption, with 
extremely violent itching over the whole body, followed by desquamation, 
lasting fully three months,*". — Sore pimple on right side of nose, at eiul of 
nasal bone, in the afternoon (third da}'-),*". — Sore pimple, left of bridge of 
nose, lasting two days (forty-seventh day),*". — Erythema of the face 
and limbs, with marked swelling of the right arm,'l — Eruptiou on the 
lower lip, first on the left, afterwards on the right side (first and second 
months),^ — For some days have had a sore pimple, like a small boil, con- 
cealed by the beard, on right upper part of chin ; culminating yesterday, 
pressed it, watery discharge ; it is much reduced (nineteenth day),". — 
Large wheals with local redness over neck, chest, and arms,** ^''. — JEf'tip- 
tions, ]M[oi,Ht. Vesicular exanthema, with much itching and inflamma- 
tory redness and swelling of the skin ; appears first on the genitals and 
thighs, then on the face, hands, and arms; it is a little moist, but it usually 
dries with a fine crust, sometimes causing cracks and ending with a des- 
quamation of thick scales; with this the general condition is only slightly 
disturbed, sometimes with slight febrile symptoms and gastric disturbances; 
its usual course is of one or two weeks,".f — [950.] Colorless eruption on 
dorsa of hands, forming patches of flat lymphy papules, itching but slightly, 
most at radial side of hands," — JErupHoHft, Pustular, With some, 
the pimples degenerate into pustules, which do not suppurate, but take on 
the appearance of an itchlike crust, exceedingly repulsive,*". — With some, 
pimples appear over the whole body, accompanied with an intolerable itch- 
ing, and which eventually discharge a matter somewhat thicker than 
serum, though not exactly of the consistence of pus ; having reached the 
suppurative stage, the eruption gives place to squamous scabs,*l — Long- 
continued offensive suppuration (two cases),^". — In some cases, the eruption 
declares itself upon the genital organs, and occasions acute suffering,*". — 
Subjective, Intolerable pricking in the skin, followed by sweat, espe- 
cially of the face (third and fourth nights),'. — Sudden, long, pricking 
stitches, as with needles, in the skin of the chest, back, and thighs, fol- 
lowed by moderate sweat on the chest and back, in the evening, while 
walking slowly in the open air (seventh day),^ — (The soreness of the little 
finger joint is concerned with persistent itching in right ear, and scratching 
it ; also, in the first place, with carrying medicine-case by handle) ; the 
itching is old, but the soreness is new,"^*". — Itching of anterior wall of left 
concha of ear ; scratching it yields whitish scales, and allays itching ; in 
the evening (twenty-fourth day),*^. — Inside of tragus of left ear constantly 
itches, so also left side of chin and jaw under the beard ; scratching, tem- 
porary relief (old symptom), (twenty-first day),*^ — [960.] Itching of right 
alar crease of nose, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*". — Itching on 
both sides of chin, in head, etc., in the early morning (twenty-sixth day),". 
— Itching, left side of scrotum, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — 
Itching, dorsal, right side; friction, voluntary, by clothing, caused chilly 
creeping, round from back to sides and front of chest, after midnight (nine- 
teenth day),*". 

Sleep and Dreams, — SleejHness, Constant inclination to yawn, 
with decided weakness (second day),l — Yawning (tenth day),". — Yawning 

t It attacks only those workmen who are employed in precipitating, by means of 
milk of lime, and filtrating the crude Chinin from the acidulated solution. 


towards evening (eighth day)/. — Frequent yawning (third day)/. — Going 
out, and whilst in the street, repeated yawning and long expiration, with 
inclination to end in an audible ha ! ho ! (evening), (seventeenth day),". — 
Sleepiness during the day,* ; (tenth day),". — [970.] Drowsiness, so that I 
could not maintain the clearness necessary to enter the charges of the day's 
visits; had to lie down and go to sleep, evening (weather rainy, since 
2 P.M.), (twenty-seventh day),"". — Drowsiness in car and church, afternoon 
(twenty-sixth day),*l — While sitting, drowsiness, with pressure downward 
in the whole frontal region, extending its influence to the upper eyelids, at 
noon (twenty-third day),*'. — Whilst sitting in conversation (both before 
and after dinner), drowsiness (twenty-second day),*'. — Drowsiness in street- 
car ; after getting out, laggy gait (twenty-ninth day),*'. — Sitting, drowsy 
feeling like warmth about the eyes, and down to throat, in the afternoon 
(fifteenth day),*'. — In the afternoon, while sitting conversing, drowsy, can- 
not keep my eyes open ; the lids seem to spasmodically contract ; worse 
from glare on white wall (eleventh day) ; day before yesterday, in like 
circumstances, dozed in ray chair (before dinner ; to-day, after dinner),*'. — 
Feeling a little drowsy while standing, forenoon (twentieth day),*'. — In a 
close railroad car, very drowsy ; fell asleep (eighteenth day),*'. — Felt 
drowsy and weary one hour; hard to get awake; felt very heavy in the 
afternoon (seventeenth day),*'. — [980.] During the day, when conversing 
with patients, felt very drowsy, in warm rooms (third day),*'.— Quiet sleep, 
without dreams (twenty-sixth day, after 8 grains),'. — Sleep more profound 
than usual, but did not refresh as usual, throughout the whole proving,^ — 
Slept with benefit, and retired earlier than usual ; rose the next morning 
somewhat rested (forty-first day),*'. — Sleejilessness, Uneasy sleep, with 
much cough (eighteenth night),^ — Sleep uneasy, full of dreams (seven- 
teenth night),". — Sleep very uneasy, interrupted by wonderful dreams, con- 
stant tossing about the bed (ninth night),". — Restless sleep at night (first 
night),*. — As daylight approached, frequent waking, sleep almost semi- 
conscious (seventeenth day),*'. — Waking earlier than usual from an uneasy 
sleep,'. — [990.] Sudden starting from sleep at 2 a.m. ; throat swollen, ex- 
pectoration accomplished only with great difficulty; he was obliged to rise, 
and with great exertion to cough up some mucus, after which there was 
momentary slight relief; besides, the more he coughed the worse the respi- 
ration seemed to become ; sweat covered the whole body, especially the 
back and limbs ; respiration became rattling and gasping, so that he was 
obliged to get out of bed (without thirst, anxiety, or palpitation, only gen- 
eral heat very marked ; pulse 66, small, soft, irregular), (twenty-fifth 
night),l — No sleep at night, except a few hours in the morning (eighteenth 
day),'. — Sleeplessness,*. — Dreams. Sleep full of dreams (twenty-seventh 
day),l — Sleep interrupted by dreams,'. — Dream indistinct in the morning 
(seventh day),*'. — Vivid dreams, towards morning (seventeenth night),*. — 
Frightful dreams, with restless sleep,*". 

Fever. — Chilliness. Temperature diminished (after eight hours),^"- 
— Temperature depressed,". — [1000.] Bodily temperature fell 0.2°, lasting 
two hours (boy, after one hour and three-quarters),^'. — Bodily temperature 
fell 0.2°, lasting thirty minutes (8 grains, after eighty minutes) ; 1.0°, last- 
ing three hours and a quarter (20 grains, after fifty-five minutes); 0.4°, 
lasting forty-five minutes (20 grains, after eighty minutes), (girl),". — Vio- 
lent chill in the afternoon, while at work, lasting an hour; after the chill, 
the usual warmth of the skin returned; the temperature of the air rose, 
from 8 A.M. to 2 p.m., from 40° to 50° F. (second day),'. — Violent chill, 


with trembling in the limbs, so that she could scarcely walk; after going 
to bed she had violent heat, with frequent yawning and sneezing, which 
was followed by copious sweat (thirty-first day after 20 grains),*. — Decided 
shaking chill at 3 p.m.; at 6 J p.m., heat of the face, lasting until almost 9 
P.M., but no sweat followed (fourth day),'*. — Violent shaking chill, followed 
by fever,".' — Chilliness in the afternoon (twentieth day),*. — Chilliness 
towards evening, with rapid pulse, dryness of the mouth, aud thirst,*'. — 
Chilliness, with paleness of the face, paiu in the forehead and temples, and 
ringing in the ears, at 11 a.m. (eleventh day),'. — Slight chilliness, with 
somewhat accelerated pulse,". — [1010.] General chilliuess over the whole 
body, especially the back, with painfulness in the middle dorsal vertebrae 
(twenty-fifth night),^ — Special chilliness during the whole afternoon (it 
seems to be in contradiction to the state of the weather), (sixth day),^ — Stove- 
heat is agreeable, in the forenoon (second day),*". — The fever shows itself 
at one time by an effervescence of the blood, causing great pulsation (or 
"snapping") of the veins, at another by an icy coldness of the whole body, 
insomuch that it has been compared to the action of an intermittent fever; 
this fever seems to terminate by a sharp spontaneous accession (from breath- 
ing the dust of the bark),''\ — Chilly creeps, right side of occiput; afterwards 
left side, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),*'. — In the morning, had a 
renewal of an old symptom, from the blowing of cold air on front of chest, 
i. e., a cold feeling under left clavicle, requiring additional covering (eigh- 
teenth day),*". — Chilliuess in scapular and mammary regions (twenty-third 
day),*". — Chilly creeps over the whole tract of trapezius muscle; later, 
from spines of scapulse to shoulders ; and still later, on taking hat ofi" in 
the house, from trapezius, over occiput, to vertex, and behind the ears, in 
the forenoon (nineteenth day),*". — Chilly creeps over various parts of the 
trapezius, as heretofore, with soreness recurring in right lower bicuspid, in 
the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*". — Going to outhouse to urinate, the air 
growing slightly cool and windy, felt slight chill from occiput over the whole 
space of trapezius muscle and to upper arms, in the afternoon (fifteenth 
day),*". — [1020.] When lying down, before breakfast, cold feeling in sacrum 
and left leg, from knee to foot (forty-fourth day),*". — Extremities cold (after 
eight hours),™. — Extremities, hands, feet, chin, and nose cold, from noon 
till evening (eighth day),^ — Feet and hands cold, especially left foot and 
tendo Achillis, in the afternoon (twenty-third day),*". — Fingers, toes, and 
soles cold (room heated), in the morning (second day),*". — Whilst sitting 
in warmish room in shirt-sleeves, writing, left arm feels slightly cool ; single 
strong sneeze ; tingling and snuffling afterwards, right side, then snufiling 
on left side; slight sense of stoppage (either side) alternates with the snuf- 
fling, in the evening (fifteenth day),*". — Left hand cold, whilst writing, in 
the afternoon (twenty-fifth day),*". — The left hand, holding the paper, 
colder than the right, using the pen, in the afternoon (first day),*". — Backs 
of hands and fingers getting cold, in the afternoon (first day),*". — Knees 
getting cold (twelfth day),*". — [1030.] The left knee, if uncovered (by my 
wrapper), gets cold, the right less affected thereby; hands are comfortable, 
the left a little cool; not observed until thinking about it a little while, in 
the forenoon (twenty-fourth day),*". — Feet cold (sitting writing) in the 
afternoon (fourth day),*". — In a draft of air, feet getting cold to ankles, with 
sneezing; draft and cold feet continuing, sneezing not repeated, in the fore- 
noon (twenty-first day),*". — Noticed my feet getting cold ; first soles, then 
anterior half, especially of left, the former with sneezing (after fifteen min- 


utes), (thirteenth day),*'.t — Feet and inner calves cold, especially the left, 
in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*".— Feet, then knees and above boots, 
especially the left, getting cold, the room being without a fire, in the after- 
noon (first day),'".— Left foot cold to ankle, at noon (fourteenth day),*".— 
Having crossed my limbs to test the leftsidedness, the left foot is even 
colder than before ; the right not proportionately, at least, in the forenoon 
(twenty-fourth day),*".— Sitting writing, left foot cold as before (perhaps 
this is so marked because the left is nearest to a draft from the bathroom 
on that side) (in the forenoon), (twenty-fourth day),*". — Left foot gets cold 
whilst sitting, right less so, at noon (twenty-fifth day),*". — Meat. [1040.] 
Flushing, but left foot cold, afternoon (twenty-seventh day),*". — Temperature 
(second day), 98° (morning, noon, and night),*'. — Temperature (fourth day), 
98°, at 7 A.M., 12 M., and 9 p.M.,*^— Temperature (2 grains), 98° (after one 
hour); 99^° (after three hours); 98° (after eight hours); 98° (after nine 
hours),*".— Temperature (third day), 98^°, at 7 a.m., 98J° at 12 M., 98° at 
9 P.M.,*". — Temperature (10 grains), 98J° (after one hour) ; 99° (after four 
hours) ; 99 J° (after six hours) ; 99i° (after eight hours) ; 98*° (after fifteen 
hours),*".— Temperature (second day), 98^°, at 7 a.m., 98i° at 12 M., 98° 
at 9 P.M.,*". — Temperature (4 grains), 98|° (after two hours) ; 99P (after 
four hours and a half) ; 99}° (after six hours) ; 99}° (after nine hours) ; 
98° (after sixteen hours),*".— Temperature, 97° (after one hour) ; 99}° 
(after three hours) ; 100° (after four hours) ; 100° (after six hours) ; 99}° 
(after nine hours); 98}° (after twelve hours); 98° (after fifteen hours),*'. — 
Temperature rose slightly (after four hours), still more (after twenty-four 
hours), and returned to the normal (third day),°\ — [1050.] Temperature 
before taking, 37° C. ; 37° (after one hour and forty-five minutes) ; 38.8° 
(after two hours and forty-five minutes) ; 36.6° (after four hours) ; 37.2° 
(second morning) ; (first proving). Temperature before taking, 37.2° C. ; 
36.9° (after one hour) ; 36.8° (after four hours) ; 37.5° (second morning) ; 
(second proving). Temperature before taking, 86.9° ; 37.1° (after one hour) ; 
37.4° (second morning) (third proving),*^ — Increased warmth of the skin, 
towards evening,'. — A kind of pleasant warmth over the whole body; this 
gradually passed into sweat,''*. — Heat of the whole body (after four hours),'. 
— Heat over the whole body, which gradually breaks into sweat,". — Heat, fol- 
lowed by sweat, while perfectly quiet, towards evening (ninth day),'. — Sleep 
prevented by great heat of the body and excessive thirst (thirtieth day),'. — 
Intense heat over the whole skin,". — Dry heat throughout the whole body, 
during a sleepless night (third and fourth nights),'. — Slight attack of in- 
termittent fever, in the cycle of an ordinary tertian,^*. — [1060.] Previous to 
sitting down to supper, whilst moving the arms, felt a chilly creep over the 
left shoulder, shoulder-blade, and left side of the neck ; after sitting down, 
the room being rather warm, felt warm about face, shoulders, and down- 
wards and backwards, gradually all over, with throbbing of heart and 
arteries, to feet and hands (seventeenth day),*". — Heat. Heat in the head 
(twenty-second day),'. — Heat of the head, with a strong rapid pulse, fol- 
lowed at last by sweat,". — The warmth is felt mainly in the forehead, then 
in the face, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — Heat of the forehead, with 
pressive pains in it (eighteenth day),". — Warmth felt down left side of 
face, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*". — Heat of the face (seventh day),*; 
(first day),'. — -Heat of the facfi, as after coffee,'. — Heat of the face, towards 
evening (thirteenth day),". — Towards evening, while busy writing, heat of 

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the face, lasting nearly two hours (first day)/. — Flushes of heat in the 
face, with thirst, at 4 p.m. (thirty-first day),". — Sensation of warmth, start- 
ing from the colon and spreading through the intestines (from injection into 
the anus),'^ — The warmth extends downward, subjectively, to external 
chest, in the afternoon (fifteenth day),*'. — [1070.] Sitting writing, hands 
are warm, in the forenoon (twenty-eighth day),*". — Sweat. Feeling as if 
I would perspire, spreading from right scapula to left face and hand, fore- 
head, and nape of neck, and down back successively ; found my under- 
clothing slightly moist, with general slight perspiration, in the evening 
(seventeenth day),'*'-'. — Now and then, a feeling as if perspiration might 
follow (about neck and face), in the evening (seventeenth day),*". — Sweat 
breaks out over the whole body from time to time, even during perfect 
quiet (thirteenth day),'. — Sweat during the morning sleep so profuse that 
the bed was soaked with it (eighteenth night),'. — In a crowded place in the 
evening, general moderate perspiration (sixteenth day),*". — Perspiration of 
parts pressed by clothing, as dorsal, axillary, and perineal regions, in the 
evening (eighteenth day),*". 

Conditions. — Aggravation, {Morning'), Head empty ; on rising, es- 
pecially on stooping or moving, pain in head ; feeling of tension about 
head; at 3 o'clock, headache, etc.; at 9 o'clock, pain in side of forehead, 
etc. ; on waking, frontal headache ; early, on raising eyebrows, pain up side 
of head, etc.; while writing, with head inclined to left, dull headache on 
left side ; when bending forward, sensation in brow ; early, pain in supra- 
orbital region ; resonance in ear; at 1.30 o'clock, while writing, fauces, etc., 
feel dry, etc. ; twinge down lower jaw ; teeth feel rough; tongue flabby, 
etc. ; clogging of pharynx ; hunger ; thirst ; early, slight nausea ; pressure 
in region of liver ; soon after rising, commotion in bowels ; on rising, 
breaking wind, etc. ; while standing, cramp in colic region; immediately 
-after rising, colic, etc.; after stool, mucous protrusion; at 6.45 o'clock, 
diarrhcea-like stool, etc. ; early, urging to urinate ; early, feeling in hyo- 
laryngeal space; on rising, soreness of larynx, etc.; tickling in left 
bronchus, etc. ; cough, etc. ; pain in chest; sensation in breast ; on rising, 
pain in side of chest ; when bending forward to urinate, feeling at