Symptoms obtained from the effects of eating the root, also by proving the tincture 2d, 15th and 30th dilutions, by Nusser, Rev. de la Mat. Md. Hom., vol. 1, p. 545, 1840; Curie's Journ. de la Soc. Gall., vol. 5, p. 281; Martin, Am. J. of Hom. Mat. Med., 1870, p. 154; Berridge, Am. Observer, 1875, p. 307.
Nausea: with efforts to vomit; when lying down; constant; in paroxysms with faintness and inability to lie down.
Vomiting: of food and white mucus, with oppression of chest, heaving of stomach and coldness; of bile and water.
Shuddering over back and arms before vomiting.
Pain in abdomen.
Griping about umbilicus.
Colic: after drinking milk or water; after eating.
Pains in belly constant, but agg. after motion.
Bowels sore from least jar; can hardly tolerate clothing.
Gurgling in abdomen (at night).
Accumulation and retention of flatus, no relief upward or downward.
Distension of abdomen, followed by griping, as if stool would occur.
Abdomen much swollen, hard and painful to pressure, especially hypogastrium.
Great swelling of abdomen, commencing at stomach; abdomen hard as if filled with air, without pain; cannot bear any pressure on stomach.
Pains from incarcerated flatus, coming in paroxysms; colon and other intestines project in little tympanitic tumors all over abdomen, which is flaccid in the interval; diarrhea of yellow brown fluid, with no passage of flatus by mouth or anus for a long time; twenty-two days after performance of ovariotomy.
Stool: brown or yellow-brown fluid, coming with much force; green, liquid, mixed with mucus and blood; frothy, copious, undigested.
Constipation, bloating of abdomen, absence of gases, no emission of gas upward or downward, prompt satiety when eating, sedentary life.
Urine: more copious than the liquid drunk; copious, yellow; yellow, turbid, with a sediment resembling yeast.
Phos. -ammon. -magnes. in excess in urine; gravel.
During micturition, burning in urethra.
Sexual excitement; nymphomania.
Great aversion to opposite sex.
Constant titillations in genitals.
Sensation of a foreign body rising from uterus to chest.
Mucous leucorrhea, at times slightly tinged with blood.
Chilliness: in back; along back and posterior surface of arms; during meals.
Heat in evening, in room, after walking in open air.
Dry heat at night, with violent thirst and ebullition, mostly after midnight.
Disposition to perspire.
Perspiration after heat, toward morning, mostly on forehead.
Intermittent fever after midnight; heat and violent thirst, with full soft, quick pulse, followed by general perspiration, mostly on forehead.
As if stool would occur; abdomen as if filled with air; as of a foreign body rising from uterus to chest; as of something sticking in larynx.
Pain: in stomach; in abdomen.
Stitches: on vertex.
Griping: about umbilicus.
Burning: of cheeks; in urethra.
Heat: in left ear and over left side.
Pressure: above root of nose; above eye; in epigastric region.
Tenderness: of abdomen.
Dryness: in larynx; in throat.
Titillation: in genitals.
Shuddering: over back and arms.
Chilliness: in back; along arms.