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Polya was followed by several others, and in 1839 a thesis by one C. F. Klinger; in 1840, an extract by our Dr. G. Piper, in the A. H. Z., Vol. XVIII., p. 235 and 253. It was mentioned as a “renal” remedy by Reil, the forerunner of Sharp, of organopathic notoriety, and in 1849 Chapman mentions it as having been “useful”, but says nothing but “herpes.”
It has never been much regarded and was of very little use. The Old School made one of their experiments in 1841, and gave it to eight hundred patients with “tetter”, in the Vienna hospital, without success.
Warmth and hot feeling in pharynx, going down into stomach.
Burning in pharynx: followed by anorexia; with dysphagia.
Pain in pharynx with a dirty tongue.
Dysphagia with dry throat.
Sensation of gnawing and scraping in esophagus, soon disappearing and going down to stomach.
After colic and rumbling several mushy stools.
Copious diarrhea with colic and rumbling.
Diarrhea for several days with increased secretion of urine.
Three times during the day a brown stool with increased quantity of pale urine.
Tickling and burning in urethra and at orifice, while water passes.
Ischuria, urine pale.
Copious evacuations of pale, clear urine, without a sediment.
Urine pale, acrid, increased.
Urine pale, honey-colored, of unpleasant odor, strongly alkaline reaction, rarely saturated and sharp, very seldom with a nubecula, never a sediment.
When urinating orifice of urethra itches.
Orgasm with heat of skin.
Slight vascular irritation.
In evening increased heat with frequent, full pulse.
Pulse and temperature feverish.
The beating of heart sometimes stronger, with oppression, pressing headache nightly, restlessness and no sleep.
Pulse quicker, frequent and more full.
Horripilation alternating with heat, followed by slight sweat and frequent pulse.
Heat and pressure in stomach.
Febris evanida, with disturbed digestion.
After baring of skin, night sweats, continuing for several days.
Skin moist for two successive days.
Evening copious sweat lasting till morning.
General night sweat, returning every night.
Local cold or warm sweat on parts affected by an eruption.
After a viscous night sweat remission of fever.
Sweat viscous, skin remains shining, glistening.
After heat and itching skin moist.
Often a general sweat commencing at night and continuing till morning hours.
Copious warm night sweat with dizzy head.
Night sweat copious with sleeplessness and greatest restlessness, but less pain in bowels.
With sweat restlessness, headache, debility and frequent pulse.
Moderate night sweats beginning in evening with sleeplessness and excited pulse.
Sweats: return every night; pressing headache.
Three times a day: brown stool.
Sweats continue for several days.
A reaction takes place always before the eighteenth day.
Pain: in pharynx.
Hot feeling: in pharynx, going down into stomach.
Burning: in pharynx.
Cramplike pain: in stomach.
Violent burning: deep in abdomen.
Pressure: in stomach.
Itching at night.
Eruptions increase with general sweat, get more red and ooze out more.
Urticaria or erysipelas.
(OBS:) Scabies: with ecthyma; with prurigo.
Useful in cases of chronic herpes.
Compare with the carbons.
Similar to: Acon. (diarrhea with copious flow of urine); Antim. crud. and Arsen. (thirst, burning and nausea, skin); Bryon., Carbo an., Carbo veg. and Kali carb. (in flatulency, etc.); Rhus tox. (in skin symptoms); Veratr. (in nausea, vomiting, colic and diarrhea).
Given in connection with Dulcam. in sycosis, scabies, prurigo, and impetigo; with Ferrum jod. in eczema, impetigonoides.
Tapeworm has been removed by pulverized anthracite coal.