Tincture of the leaves.
Symptoms marked * are those italicized in Allen's Encyclopedia, vol. 3, p. 21, from provings of Houghton and others.
Clinical use in pertussis, by Conant, Counselor, Feb., 1880.
PALATE AND THROAT. 
Slight acrid feeling in throat. *
APPETITE, THIRST. DESIRES, AVERSIONS. 
Desire for warm drinks. *
ABDOMEN AND LOINS. 
Abdominal walls sensitive. *
An uncomfortable relaxed condition of the abdominal viscera all day, amel. when lying on back. *
The soft stools consisted of short, small pieces, like chopped tape; this character of stool has continued for three years, whenever loose stools occur. *
At 1.30 P. M., sudden and urgent desire for stool, accompanied by severe pain and rumbling; pain amel. by stool. *
Pertussis, early stage, with violent spasmodic, very dry, ringing cough. (Clinical use in pertussis, by Conant, Counsellor, Feb., 1880.
REST. POSITION. MOTION. 
Lying on back: amel. relaxed condition of abdominal viscera.
Perspiration very free after drinking. *
Acrid: in throat.
Pain: before stool.
Compare: Am. brom., Mephit. and Naphthal. in whooping cough.