Oleum Cajeputi. (Cajeputi.)
Oil of Cajeput. Myrtaceae.
A tree indigenous to East Indian islands. The oil is obtained by distilling the leaves in water; it is limpid, green, of an odor suggesting camphor, rosemary and mint. –American Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia.
- Hale's Symptomology and Therapeutics; Parsons' A. O., vol. 12; Affection of tongue, Guernsey, Hom. Phys., vol. 8, p. 593.
INNER HEAD. 
Headache (a few drops rubbed on affected locality).
HEARING AND EARS. 
Deafness (mixed with almond oil and applied on cotton).
TEETH AND GUMS. 
Toothache (applied to cavity of carious tooth).
TASTE, SPEECH, TONGUE. 
Tongue felt swollen, seemed to fill whole mouth, making her lisp.
PALATE AND THROAT. 
Persistent sensation of choking.
Nervous dysphagia or spasmodic stricture of esophagus.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING. 
Spasmodic hiccough after an attack of apoplexia nervosa.
Nervous vomiting or vomiting of hysterical persons.
ABDOMEN AND LOINS. 
Nervous distension of bowels, reflex from uterine disorder.
Tympanitis in typhoids.
Flatulent colic, particularly when produced by cold or by retrocession of inflammation, gouty or otherwise, of the skin or extremities.
Choleraic diarrhea from sudden check of perspiration.
FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS. 
Menses suspended or diminished and attended with pain, when caused by a cold or check of perspiration.
Epilepsy; palsy; paralysis; hysteria.
Tongue as if swollen.
Aching: in head; in teeth.
Choking sensation: in throat.
STAGE OF LIFE, CONSTITUTION. 
Miss B., aet. 21, suffering a week or more; affection of tongue.
Compare: Plantago in earache and toothache; Colchic. in gouty affections and rheumatism; Acon. and Bellad. in effects of checked sweat.