Croton Eleuteria. Euphorbiaceae.
Tincture of the bark, which is bitter, aromatic and tonic in its effect, somewhat resembling Cinchona bark.
It is mentioned as curative in hemorrhages and intermittent fever, in Tschudi's Peru, vol. ii, p. 217. The provings are from Stapf's Archives, 15, 1, 184, and by A. Zumbrock; the clinical symptoms by Hering and Lippe.
INNER HEAD. 
Heat and confusion of head.
Dull drawing pain in right temporal region.
SIGHT AND EYES. 
HEARING AND EARS. 
Burning heat of inner and outer ear.
UPPER FACE. 
TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE. 
Bitter, rough taste, when smoking.
INNER MOUTH. 
Gangrenous aphthae of children.
PALATE AND THROAT. 
Sensation of swelling deep down in throat.
Accumulation of mucus in throat.
APPETITE, THIRST. DESIRES, AVERSIONS. 
No appetite, especially early in the morning.
Thirst for hot tea during heat. ~ Intermittent.
Aversion to smell of tobacco smoke.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING. 
Eructations: with bitter taste; empty; ineffectual.
SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH. 
Burning pressure in pit of stomach.
Slight tensive pressure in epigastric region, as after eating too much; the concussion of every step taken is painfully felt in region of stomach.
Uncomfortable pressure and tension in hypochondria, almost like incarcerated flatus, though associated with a feeling of hardness.
ABDOMEN AND LOINS. 
Pressure and rumbling in abdomen.
Griping preceding morning stool.
Boils in the inguinal region.
Occasional diarrhea, becoming gradually worse and more frequent, with backache and lassitude.
Constant slight urging, often with pain high up in rectum, gnawing in character.
Diarrhea alternating with hard, lumpy stools.
Constipation; stool hard, in pieces, covered with mucus.
Passes bright blood with or without stool, in large quantities, causing weakness.
URINARY ORGANS. 
Soreness and burning in orifice of urethra after urinating.
MALE SEXUAL ORGANS. 
VOICE AND LARYNX. TRACHEA AND BRONCHIA. 
Tickling in trachea causing short dry cough;
Short dry cough, from tickling in trachea.
INNER CHEST AND LUNGS. 
Stitch upward on left side.
NECK AND BACK. 
Backache and weakness, inclination to lie down; a distaste for business.
Backache, muscles of both sides pained violently.
UPPER LIMBS. 
Pressive tensive pain in right shoulder joint, during rest and motion.
LOWER LIMBS. 
Formicating pain in calves.
LIMBS IN GENERAL. 
REST. POSITION. MOTION. 
Walking: in open air, sweat on back.
During rest and motion: pains in shoulder joint.
Great fatigue and lassitude, with weariness in the limbs.
The whole day greatest degree of lassitude, had to lie down, but was not refreshed.
Sleep with clear consciousness.
Horrible dreams, wakes up frightened.
TEMPERATURE AND WEATHER. 
In open air: sweat on back, while walking.
Anxious heat of whole body and slight sweat, followed by drowsiness.
Sweat on back when walking in open air, with chilliness, amel. when standing still.
Heat, with thirst from warm drinks. ~ Intermittent.
LOCALITY AND DIRECTION. 
Left: stitch in side.
Right: drawing in temporal region; pain in shoulder-joint.
As of swelling in throat.
Stitch: on left side.
Drawing: in temporal region.
Pain: in joints.
Burning: of ears; in orifice of urethra.
Burning pressure: in pit of stomach.
Pressive tensive pain: in right shoulder joint.
Tensive pressure: in epigastric region; in hypochondria.
Pressure: in abdomen.
Gnawing pain: high up in rectum.
Griping: in abdomen, preceding stool.
Soreness: in orifice of urethra.
Heat: of head.
Formicating pain: in calves.
Tickling: in trachea.
Itching: about eyes; of skin.
TOUCH. PASSIVE MOTION. INJURIES. 
Concussion of step is felt in region of stomach.
Compare: Cinchona (effects of loss of blood intermittents); Graphit. (mucus mingled with stools).