Acalypha Indica Linn. Euphorbiaceae.
A weed common in the East Indies, like nettle. Proved and applied by Tonnere, of Calcutta, and Payne, of Bath. Holcombe's cure.
Gloomy and despairing, but very unwilling to die. ~ Haemoptysis.
Leucorrhea, sometimes thick, sometimes watery. ~ Consumptive patient.
Cough, with bloody expectoration. ~ Tuberculosis.
Violent dry cough, followed by bloody expectoration.
Haemoptysis: expectorates pure blood in morning, dark lumps (clotted) in evening. Cough most violent at night. ~ Tubercular deposits in apex of lung.
INNER CHEST AND LUNGS. 
Dullness in chest on percussion. ~ Haemoptysis.
Constant and severe pain in chest. ~ Haemoptysis.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION. 
Pulse small and depressed.
Pulse from 100 to 120. ~ Haemoptysis.
Night: cough most violent.
Morning: expectorates pure blood.
Evening: expectorates dark clotted blood.
Progressive emaciation. ~ Haemoptysis.
Collaterally related to all Euphorbiaceae; especially to Mercurialis annua and Mancin.