“A singular looking shrub, or low tree, from ten to thirty feet high, growing from Pennsylvania to Georgia, on river banks and sandy plains. It presents clusters of snow-white flowers in May and June.”
Hypertrophy of liver.
Obstruction of liver, in malarious districts.
Enormous liver, constipation, stools clay-colored, skin and urine colored as is usual in severe cases of jaundice, great emaciation.
Soreness in region of liver, quick, weak pulse, stools undigested and showing an absence of bile, urine almost black.
Chronic cases of jaundice.
Jaundice recurring every Summer.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 04, 1884|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Chionanthus virginicus|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|