- Vomiting, Hall, Organon, vol. 2, p. 247; Nervous spasms, Young, Hom. Phys., vol. 5, p. 166; Thickness of speech in chorea, Underwood, U. S. M. J, 1871, p. 282; Antidote to poisonous effects of atropia and Extr. Bellad., R. K., Raue's Rec., 1870, p. 90.
Double vision and disturbance of accommodation often accompanied by lachrymation.
Weakness of vision.
Sight impaired and feeble.
Vision at times seemed obscured by a fog.
The look becomes unsteady.
Paresis of recti interni.
Diverging strabismus of both eyes.
Trembling before and during a thunder storm (occasioned by the electrical state of the atmosphere).
After being struck by lightning; any exposure to heat set her into spasms, nervous, so that she had to go into a cool place.
Vision as if impaired by fog.
Pains so violent as to threaten convulsions, or cause twitching or jerking of limbs.
Sharp pain: in abdomen and along spine.
Trembling: before and during thunder storm.
Itching: on face, neck, loins and genitals.
|Source:||The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 07, 1888|
|Description:||Clinical materia medica of Morphinum Sulphuricum|
|Author:||Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.|
|Editing:||errors only; interlinks; formatting|