Proved and introduced by Doctor F. Patti, Chagon a Duc de Sorentino; published in J. de la S. Gall., vol. vii, p. 345, in 1856. Clinical observations from B. Dadea, Compendio Materia Medica Pura, vol. i, p. 282, 1874.
Laughs easily, a stupid hilarity.
Anxiety diminished in open air.
Anxiety from accumulation of mucus in bronchi.
Dullness of mind and indifference to painful sensations.
Absence of ideas.
Deep-seated pain towards frontal lobes and sides.
Painful undulation in frontal region.
Burning pain in interior head; pain and heat in forehead.
Pain in right temple to top of head, makes sleepy.
Sudden formicating pains through temples.
Formication and stupefying pain on top of head, going down to neck.
Deep-seated pains in sides of head.
Pain towards and in occiput.
Formication and pricking in forehead; itching on different parts.
Pustules with red areola, suppurate and form crusts, with children.
Pricking in left temple and on top of head.
Roots of hair painful.
Hair falls off entirely in children.
Scurf on head.
Inflammation of eyes, in children.
Light intolerable, at noon and evenings.
Luminous objects flutter.
Undulating, luminous openings appear wherever he looks.
Dim vision, things veiled.
Cannot look upward.
When looking steadily, pricking in orbit.
Pricking pain in vault of orbit; gets heavy and sleepy.
Pricking, itching and burning in eyes, the left worse.
Itching of conjunctiva; burning pain in sclerotica.
Excrescence on sclerotica.
Lids jactitate, are heavy, red, burning, itching, swollen.
Intolerable itching in brow and left eye.
Sudden burning in orbit.
Burning, pricking (l.), formication.
Catarrhal, rheumatic, or scrofulous ophthalmia.
Noise in ears, sound as of little bells.
Pain at base of outer ear (l.).
Formication in left external ear.
While children complain they keep fingers in ears.
Pain burning, and intolerable itching in canals.
Burning, itching in auditory canals coincide with pain in sublingual glands.
The inflammation of ears commences with shooting pains, begins in concha, extends to external meatus; finally, with itching a discharge of blood.
Hemorrhage of bright red blood (l.).
Purulent discharge from ears.
Loss of smell.
Pain at root of nose.
Itching, burning, dryness of Schneiderian membrane.
Burning in inner walls of nose.
Itching in nose; sneezing.
When sneezing, stitches in loins.
Coryza, with snuffling.
In beginning water runs from nose, later green mucus and thick, white, slimy masses; with sneezing, pieces of indurated greenish mucus.
Putrid nasal mucus.
Ulcer beneath reddened nose.
Burning, itching and irritation of palate.
Eruption of red points on palate in children.
Burning and redness in esophagus.
Stoppage of air (from stomach ?) in esophagus.
Obstruction prevents swallowing.
Burning and pain on swallowing.
Acute pain at umbilicus.
Pain in colon, right and left; pricking in it.
Wandering pains through bowels.
Movements in bowels as if caused by a living thing; as of a worm crawling on right side.
Noise in bowels; borborygmus.
Bowels painful when pressed by hand.
Pain throughout hypogastrium; burning and pricking after coughing.
Pain at pubic region.
Stitches in groin.
Pricking and burning heat.
Pain, burning and formication in loins.
Stitches in loins; stitches when sneezing.
Pricking pains in loins, corresponds to like pains in pit of stomach.
The stools at first hard, soon become loose.
Constant diarrhea of nursing children.
Serious diarrhea with teething children.
Liquid diarrhea in children, with red blood.
Blood streaked loose stools.
Diarrhea with bearing down.
Hard, greenish stools.
Descent of hemorrhoids before stool.
Stools followed by burning at anus.
Pricking in anus.
Hemorrhoids, with prolapsus recti.
Violent desire for coition, or aversion to it.
Pricking pain in uterus.
Pain in uterus with meteorism before menses.
Menses too early and very profuse.
Hemorrhage of black, clotted blood.
Pricking pains in vulva.
Heat, with formication beginning at loins, rising to shoulders, and extending to hands.
Pain starting from left side of jaw, running along left eyebrow, thence extending to shoulders and loins, finally settling on pubis, burning there like fire.
Pain in loins: with cough; before first menses.
Painful constriction of pubis and loins, prevents walking.
Pain beginning in kidneys, passing on to lumbar region and extending to pubis.
Burning pain from kidneys passing through left ileum to pubis.
Sputa in beginning bluish, then white, and so alternately.
After expectorating, bruised feeling in pit of throat.
Rattling during cough.
After cough, burning in hypogastrium.
After coughing, larynx obstructed, prevents wind and sputa from coming up, causing afterwards vomiting of frothy, viscid matter.
Cough at noon, midday and evenings.
Dry cough evenings, with pains in pit of stomach, with viscid vomiting; followed by burning at pit of throat.
Expectoration difficult, early mornings.
Sputa whitish; round, ash-colored clots.
Pain in scapulae.
Pricking in axilla.
Weakness of arms, acute pain; formication.
Coldness in shoulders, in both arms; heat and heaviness in left arm.
Burning pain passing from arm to wrist, from there to forefinger, and then to thumb.
Burning pain in elbows.
Pain beginning in elbow, ending in ring finger.
Pain in right wrist, and burning heat in one or the other.
Burning, jerking pain in right wrist.
Formicative pain, with heaviness in left wrist.
Stiffness of hands.
Edema of hands, especially in children.
Burning pain in both hands, as if plunged in boiling water.
Formication in hands.
Pain in fingers; in metacarpal joints and first phalanges.
Burning pain in right thumb.
Pricking in finger tips.
Towards midday attack of pain extends to loins, knee and foot.
Edema of lower limbs.
General redness of legs owing to an eruption of very small points, with violent itching.
Burning pain from hip to heel, like sciatica.
Weakness of thighs and legs.
Burning stitches in thigh.
Swelling of knees.
Weakness of knees.
Pain in knees afternoons.
Burning pain in knees.
Cramps in knees, often with a sensation of heat.
Stitches in knees.
Pain in left calf, most when standing up or when walking.
Cramps in legs.
Burning pain in heels; pricking in heels.
Edema of feet in children.
Edema of feet and ankles, agg. on movement.
Copious and offensive sweat of feet.
Burning and swelling of soles, as after a long journey.
Beating and burning heat in soles.
Burning stitches in toes.
Sleepiness in daytime.
Sleeps by day; sleepless at night.
Sleepiness, with burning in eyes.
Sleeplessness and weeping at night, in children; excessive heat.
On waking, bitter mouth; after waking, thirst.
Getting up in morning, vertigo.
On waking, nausea, hoarseness.
Towards noon: attack of pain.
At noon: shunning of light; cough.
Most effects from noon till evening.
Afternoon: pain in knees.
Evening: shunning light; cough; dry cough, etc.
Morning: easy expectoration.
Before midnight, quotidian; towards midnight, pain in right side of chest.
Quotidian fever before midnight.
Fever preceded by coldness, with thirst.
Feverish paroxysm, with burning pain and formication all over body.
Febrile paroxysm, with nausea, coldness, thirst, pain in bowels and salivation.
Excessive heat at night; nightly fever.
A sensation of burning heat, together with numerous prickings, rises from loins, passes over shoulders and then invades middle of head and face, preceded by perspiration, in women.
Constant sensation of heat; is burnt in sun and frozen in shade.
Alternate heat and coldness on different parts of body.
Fever always with thirst.
Tendency to sweat; motion causes profuse sweat.
Fever ends with sweat, most on shoulders and chest, sometimes with vertigo.
As of an insect crawling over body.
As of a worm crawling: in abdomen; on neck.
Pain in limbs as if bandaged tightly.
Hands as if plunged in boiling water.
Acute pain: in pit of stomach; at umbilicus; in anus.
Stitches: in loins; in thigh; in knees; in toes.
Shooting: in ears.
Burning: in head; in eyes; in sclerotica; of lids; in orbit; in auditory canals; in nose; in right cheek; of palate; in esophagus; in hypogastrium; piles; in urethra; from kidneys through to pubis; in nipples; in arms and hands; in elbows; in right wrist; in right thumb; from hip to heel; in thigh; in knees; in heels; of soles; in toes.
Pricking: in left temple; in vertex; in forehead; in orbit; in eyes; in face; on point of chin; through epigastrium; in spleen; in colon; in hypogastrium; in loins; in anus; in bladder; in uterus; in vulva; under left breast; in chest; in arteries; in finger tips; in axilla; in heel.
Wandering pain: through bowels.
Painful undulation: in frontal region.
Constriction: of pubis and loins.
Cramp: in knees; in legs.
Formicating: through temples; on top of head; in forehead; in left eye; in left ear; from loins to shoulders; in chest; in arms; in hands; on left clavicle; of left wrist.
Heaviness: of left wrist.
Undefined pain: frontal lobes and sides of brain; in forehead; in right temple to top of head; in occiput; at base of ear; at root of nose; in masseter muscles; in sublingual glands; in left half of face; around epigastrium; in liver; in colon; in hypogastrium; at pubic region; in kidneys; in spermatic cords; in loins; in nipples; in chest; in arms and hands; in knees; in left calf; in uterus; from left jaw along eyebrow thence shoulder, loins, settling in pubis; in right wrist; in fingers.
Coldness: in stomach.
Itching: on head; in eyes; of lids; in brow; in auditory; in nose; in face; of palate; in urethra; eruptions.
Feeling as of an insect crawling over loins, shoulders, and sometimes entire surface of body.
Redness of skin, like a birth mark.
Skin in children turns blue at height of fever.
Eruptions resembling itch on breast, in children, and also behind ears.
Itching papular eruption in children.
Erysipelas on various parts of body.
Itching miliary eruption on loins.
Pustules like of scabies, with intolerable itching, discharge when opened by friction a watery fluid.
Suppurating pimples on chest and arms.
No gramineae are known by their morbid influence, except some poisoning symptoms of Lolium.
Ananth. has been proved by Houat. Sacch. off. is well known by provings and cures, but has no similarity with any tincture of roots.
The disjunctive similars are principally Sulphur, Calc. ost., and Lycop., one of the principal family in our armamentarium.