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Sanguinaria Canadensis.

Bloodroot. Papaveraceae.

Introduced by G. Bute.

Experiments by Downey, Inaugural Dissertation, 1803; Tully, Prize Essay, Am. Med. Recorder, 1828; Bute, Freitag, Jeanes, Huseman, Helfrich, Hering's Compilation, N. Archiv fr Hom., vol. 2, p. 114; Tinker, Trans. Am. Inst., 1870; Billing, Thesis; also symptoms by Fincke and Macfarlan.


- Headache, Smedley, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 8, p. 50; Mills, B. J. H., vol. 36, p. 187; Mills (2 cases), Am. Hom., vol. 1, p. 113; Smith, M. I., vol. 6, p. 344; Leonard, Med. Inv., 1875, p. 441; Migraine, Hs., A. H. Z., vol. 109, p. 207; Fulton, A. H. Z., vol. 112, p. 77; Sick headache, Ehrmann, A. H. Z., vol. 113, p. 24; Plimpton, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 212; Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 244; Chamberlin, N. E. M. G., 1873, p. 495; Raue's Rec., 1874, p. 259; Beebe, see Hale's Th., p. 654; Chronic headaches, Hansen, A. H. Z., vol. 113, p. 52; Coryza, Sanford, N. E. M. G., vol. 2, p. 125; Nasal polypus, Price, N. A. J. H., vol. 15, p. 214; Wells, A. H. Z., vol. 109, p. 63; 5 cases reported cured, Thomas, B. J. H., vol. 16, p. 329; Facial neuralgia, Drumm, A. J. H. M. M., vol. 3, p. 62; Edema of glottis, Nichol, A. H. O., June, 1874, p. 302; Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 102; Pharyngitis, Hedges, Med. Inv., vol. 8, p. 128; Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 77; Diphtheritis, Biegler, Hom. Phys., vol. 7, p. 477; Nausea and vomiting, Moore, M. I., vol. 6, p. 344; Neurosis of stomach, Winterburn, Hah. Mo., vol. 20, p. 533; Ulceration of os uteri, Greenleaf, Hah. Mo., vol. 7, p. 527; Enlargement of breast, Craig, B. J. H., vol. 32, p. 308; Use during pregnancy, Burnett, Hom. Phys., vol. 2, 147; Laryngitis, Nichols, A. O., June, 1873, p. 335; Raue's Rec., 1874, p. 120; Tracheal irritation, Blake, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 406; Influenza, Mossa, Raue's Rec., 1871, p. 79, from Hom. Kl., 1870, p. 98; Kleinert, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 705; Croup, Clark, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 290; Price, A. H. O., vol. 8, p. 235; Cough, Hunt, N. A. J. H., vol. 15, p. 211; Sanford, N. E. M. G., vol. 2, p. 125; Bell, N. A. J. H., 1873, p. 380; Clark, Hah. Mo., vol. 6, p. 290; Capen, Mass. Trans., vol. 4, p. 376; Wells, Hom. Recorder, vol. 3, p. 68; Pulmonary congestion, Blake, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 406; Pneumonia, Hering, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 333; Affection of lungs, Boyce, N. E. M. G., vol. 2, p. 277; Incipient phthisis pulmonalis, Parsons, B. J. H., vol. 24, p. 509; Phthisis, Bute, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 3, p. 396; Injury to shoulder, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 294; Rheumatism of arm, McClatchey, Hah. Mo., vol. 10, p. 331; Fungoid growth on hand, Drury, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 85; Affection of toe, Drury, Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 85; Neuralgia, Fanning, N. A. J. H., 1873, p. 363; Anaemia, Parsons, B. J. H., vol. 24, p. 510; Rheumatism, Martin, Hah. Mo., vol. 12, p. 473; Berridge, Hom. Phys., vol. 6, p. 411; Goodman, M. I., 1875, p. 300; Syphilis, Schlosser, Rck. Kl. Erf., vol. 5, p. 572; Rhus rad. poisoning, Hammond, M. I., vol. 11, p. 603; Raue's Rec., 1875, p. 16.

MIND. [1]

Mind confused, relieved by eructations.
Anxiety: and feeling of dread; precedes vomiting and delirium.
Angry irritability; moroseness with nausea; cannot bear a person to walk in room.
Delirium with hot skin.
Mental torpor, stupor, heaviness, sleepiness.
Hopefullness, sanguine of recovery.
Disgusting ideas, and many unpleasant feelings associated with nausea.
Sensation as if paralyzed and unable to move while lying on her back, with full consciousness of her surroundings.
With open eyes, one dream chases another; her thoughts constantly returning, however, to the one idea, which seems droll to her, “What will become of my condition, shall I have typhoid fever, inflammation of the brain, or shall I remain paralyzed ?”
It seems to her as if the events that transpired in her dreams were not of hours' but of weeks' and months' duration.
It seems to her as if all around her talked very rapidly, and that she is in a railroad car and begs others to hold her.


Vertigo: with long-continuing nausea, debility and headache; with singing in ears; with diminished vision, before vomiting; with nausea and headache, followed by spasmodic vomiting; with dull, heavy feeling in stomach, as if caused from some hard substance there; on quickly turning head and looking upward; on lying down at night; on rising from stooping; in cold weather; during sleep; during climaxis.
Head feels dizzy, cannot turn quickly without fear of falling.


Headache with nausea and chilliness, followed by flushes of heat, extending from head to stomach.
Violent pain over upper portion of whole left side of head, especially in eye.
Headache as if forehead would burst, with chill and burning in stomach.
Pressive headache in forehead.
Frontal headache with considerable vertigo, on rising from a sitting posture.
Frontal headache extending into cheek bones.
Pain in forepart of head, shoulders, chest and stomach.
Headache over right eye.
Neuralgia in and over right eye.
Head aches as if it would burst; amel. walking in open air agg. in temples, especially in right, in afternoon.
Pains in head in spots; soreness especially in temples.
Dull headache.
Wandering pains in head.
Headache with shuddering.
Beating headache with throbbing in temporal arteries and bitter vomiting.
Pulsations in head, with bitter vomiting, agg. from motion.
Headache, with rheumatic pains and stiffness of limbs and neck.
Headache every seventh day.
Pains like a flash of lightning in back of head.
Headache begins in occiput, spreads upward and settles over right eye.
Pain in head in rays, drawing upward from neck.
Rheumatic headache, running up posterior auricular region.
Feeling as if head were drawn forward.
Severe headache only relieved by pressing back up against something hard, or by pressing back of head.
Periodical sick-headache; begins in morning, increases during day, lasts until evening; head feels as if it must burst, or as if eyes would be pressed out; throbbing, lancinating pains through brain, agg. in right side, especially in forehead and vertex; followed by chills, nausea, vomiting of food or bile; must lie down and remain quiet; relieved by sleep.
A band-like constriction across forehead just below eyebrows; agg. by exercise, with violent throbbing of temporal arteries; shooting pains from one temple to other, agg. in night; agg. from light, amel. from sleep.
Headache concentrating in a small spot over right eye; eye becomes red and sore, yet hard pressure upon eye relieves.
Headache especially over right eye; rheumatic pain in neck and shoulders (more in left); amel. when lying perfectly still; patient approaching climacteric period.
Intermittent neuralgia coming in morning and lasting four to six hours; pain at internal superior angle of right orbit, acute pressing with occasional darts inward and some throbbing; part sore, but he holds his hand there while pain lasts; conjunctiva considerably injected during pain; catarrhal discharge, thick, mostly from right side of nose; every day for five or six days.
Violent pulsation and tearing in right temple, agg. from motion; the slightest shaking is intolerable to her, so that she cannot bear to have any one walk across the floor. ~ Sick-headache.
Headache with distension of temporal veins which are painfully sensitive to touch.
Pressing pains in head, extending from nape of neck over side of head and settling over left eye, accompanied by nausea and vomiting of food, bile and mucus; must lie down; amel. when lying down and vomiting; attacks every eight days for last nine years.
Severe pains in head, with nausea and vomiting, frequently with bilious vomiting in weekly attacks or at longer intervals, commonly beginning in morning, increasing in violence through day, only diminished by lying quiet and sleeping.
Sick-headache from childhood; eyes weak and sore; photophobia, especially with headache; for last six weeks headache every third day, commencing A. M., pains extend from right eye through back part of head; she is in dark room and cannot bear least light; if she is quiet all day is usually amel. in evening; nausea, but does not often vomit unless she goes into bright light, or moves about; menses every two weeks, blood dark and clotted; constipation; debility.
Sick-headache every two weeks; when overexerted so as to become very tired, she has a great appetite, but satisfying it is followed by sick-headache; is in the habit of eating late in evening; during headache hot flashes and a sensation like that of an electrical current shooting very rapidly from one part of head to the other.
Pain commencing in right occiput, extending to right temporal bone, a tight drawing, gradually increasing in intensity, like drawing a rope on a windlass as tight as you can get it until it is almost beyond endurance, when it gradually subsides.
Sick-headache, commencing in morning on awaking, agg. during day, amel. by sleep at night; pain confined chiefly to temples and vertex, so violent as to cause her to cry out; nausea generally in morning, followed by vomiting, first of food, afterward of pure bile, occasionally considerable acid mucus, with severe burning distress in stomach, great weakness and goneness, even worse to bear than headache; least quantity of food or drink is immediately vomited; attacks come on at irregular intervals.
Headache and nausea, symptoms increasing hour by hour; patient groaning and writhing in agony, face very red, head hot, injected eyes, sensitive to light; arteries about head and scalp distended like whip cords, blood coursing through them at a furious rate, giving a sensation to head as if temples and scalp were alive with irrepressible pulsation; pain over whole head; paroxysms of violent retching every few minutes; free flow of clear urine as the attack passes off.
Distressing sick-headache, for years; in some degree the symptoms were nearly always present; headache commencing in forenoon, gradually increasing in violence until sunset, when it would either quietly subside or confine her to bed for a day or two; the pains originated low in occiput, drawing upward in rays, locating over right, sometimes over left eye, attended with vomiting, often of bilious matter; subject to sudden flushes of heat, burning of soles of feet and quickly diffused transient thrill felt at remotest extremity; at times sensible throbbing of every pulse in body; urine generally scanty before and during severe headache, but quantities of clear urine pass when getting better.
“American sick-headache;” rush of blood to head, causing faintness and nausea, even continuing until vomiting sets in; violent pains begin in occipital region, spread thence over head and settle over right eye; pains sharp, lancinating, at times throbbing; can bear neither sounds nor odors; cannot bear any one to walk across floor, the slightest jar annoys her; at height of headache vomiting of food and bile; is forced to remain quiet in a dark room; sleep finally relieves; sometimes pain is so violent that patient goes out of her mind, or seeks relief by pressing head against pillow or pressing head with hands.
Neuralgia in right temple and orbit from getting feet wet.
Pain commences in back of head, rises and spreads over head and settles especially above right eye, with nausea, vomiting and chilliness; is obliged to seek a dark room and lie perfectly still; flushes of heat; burning of soles of feet; urine at first scanty, later profuse and clear.
Frightfully severe headache, the only relief obtained by pressing back of head against headboard of bed.
Migraine with bilious vomiting, pains begin in morning, last till evening; eyes feel as if they would be pushed out, agg. by motion.
Sick headache, with heat and redness.
Headaches: gastric; myalgic; rheumatic; congestive; from suppressed menses; at change of life.
Congestion of blood to head, with ringing in ears; flushes of heat; accumulation of water in mouth.
Sanguineous apoplexy with vertigo, dimness of sight, vomiting, burning in stomach, distension of temporal veins.


Soreness in spots, especially in temporal regions.
Distension of veins in temples; feel sore when touched.
Head very painful to touch.


Diminished power of vision.
Dimness of eyes, with sensation as if hairs were in them.
Frequent obscuration of vision.
Retinal congestion, with flushed face and congestive headache.
Pupils dilated.
Yellowness of sclerotica, with icterus.
Burning dryness in eyes.
Pain over eyes.
Redness of eyes in morning.
Superficial injection of eyeball, with feeling of soreness.
Burning and watering of right eye, which is painful to touch, followed by coryza.
Acute conjunctivitis, with excessive redness and numerous ecchymoses in conjunctiva, tending toward trachoma, with moderate discharge and some pain in eye.
Catarrhal ophthalmia, granular lids.
Ophthalmia, followed by ulceration of cornea.
Copious lachrymation: following the burning and dryness; tears hot; with coryza.
Blepharadenitis: with a feeling of dryness under upper lid and accumulation of mucus in eye in morning; blepharitis and catarrhal conditions of conjunctiva, with burning in edges of lids, agg. in afternoon; dependent on stricture of lachrymal duct.
Hard swelling like scirrhus over eyebrows.
Neuralgia in and over right eye.


Beating, humming, with congestion of blood.
Hyperexcitation of auditory nerves; painful sensitiveness, especially to sudden sounds; sensation as if she were in a railroad car or in some vehicle which was moving and jarring her, with a feeling as if all about her moved rapidly and confusedly; desires to be held in order to remove this nervous vibratory sensation through body; frequently in women in climaxis.
Earache with headache, singing in ears and vertigo.
Beating under ears, at irregular intervals, often only a couple of strokes.
Acute internal otitis.
Catarrhal affections of inner ear and Eustachian tube.
Throat affections causing deafness and otalgia.
Increased redness of external ear, with humming and roaring in ears from increased circulation of blood through aural structures.
Burning of ears, cheeks red.


Loss of smell and taste.
Dislike to odor of syrup.
Fluent coryza, with frequent sneezing; agg. right side.
Coryza, with dull, heavy pain over root of nose, and stinging sensation in nose; severe pain at root of nose and in frontal sinuses, with dry cough and pain in chest.
Severe cold in head; sneezing, severe fluid coryza, irritation and watering of eyes; irritation of throat with severe cough.
Severe cold in head; high fever; acrid discharge from right nostril produced soreness of lips and side of face.
Fluid coryza alternating with stoppage; eyes painful to touch; soreness in throat; pain in chest, cough and finally diarrhea. ~ Influenza.
Watery, acrid coryza, rendering nose sore, with copious watering of right eye.
Coryza with diarrhea, worse at night.
Smell in nose like roasted onion; wheezing, whistling cough and finally diarrhea, which relieves the cough. ~ Influenza.
Rose cold with subsequent asthma; sick and faint from odor of flowers.
Acute or chronic coryza, with loss of smell.
Severe catarrh in head, following a cold, for some weeks, with some irritation of throat and slight cough.
Sensation of stinging and tickling, with irritative swelling of parts, with or without free discharge; yellowish or grayish-white discharge from nose; headache in right hemisphere of brain, with drawing pain in back into neck; bilious vomiting. ~ Chronic catarrh.
Ulcerative ozaena with epistaxis.
Chronic nasal catarrh with offensive discharges.
Nasal polypi.


Distension of veins of face, with excessive redness, a feeling of stiffness and soreness of veins to touch.
Circumscribed redness of one or both cheeks.
Red cheeks: with burning in ears; with cough.
Cheeks and hands livid. ~ Typhoid pneumonia.
Circumscribed redness of cheeks in afternoon; patient lies on his back; pulse small and quick.
Twitching of cheeks toward eyes.
Neuralgia in and over right eye.
Neuralgia in upper jaw running up to nose, eye, ear, neck and side of head; pain shooting and burning, cannot endure pain except by kneeling down and holding head tight to floor.
Stitches in left side of face, with pains in forehead.
Neuralgia in face for several years; beginning of pain in upper jaw, running up to nose, eye, ear and side of head; pain shooting and burning, cannot stand pain except by kneeling down and holding head tight to floor.


Lips feel dry.
Swelling of lips toward evening.
Under lip burns, is swollen, hard and blistered; blisters dry up and form crusts, which drop off.
Stiffness in articulation of jaws.


Toothache from picking teeth, or in hollow teeth when touched by food.
Grumbling toothache with pain in same side of head.
Pain in carious teeth after cold drinks.
Looseness of teeth (with salivation).
Spongy, bleeding, fungoid condition of gums.


Loss of taste, with a burnt feeling on tongue.
Sweet things taste bitter, followed by burning in fauces.
White-coated tongue with slimy, fatty taste.
Red streak through middle of tongue.
Top of tongue burns as if scalded.
Tongue sore; pains like a boil.
Red tongue, burns as if in contact with something hot.
Pricking in point of tongue.


Fetid breath, clammy mouth, sticky teeth.
Sores on gums and roof of mouth.
Roof of mouth sore, uvula sore and burning.
White patches on mucous membrane of mouth, with salivation; hypertrophy of thymus gland; in a child suffering from hereditary syphilis.


In evening after lying down, cough from tickling in throat.
Spasmodic constriction directly beneath lower jaws across throat, very distressing, lasting several hours.
Throat very dry, with tickling cough.
Burning in throat, especially after eating sweet things.
Roof of mouth and uvula sore and burning.
Feeling of swelling in throat on swallowing.
Pain with sensation of swelling, in throat, agg. right side, especially on swallowing.
Throat feels swollen as if to suffocation; pain when swallowing; aphonia.
Tonsillitis; promotes suppuration.
Throat feels raw; some difficulty in swallowing; mouth and throat feel almost denuded of mucous membrane.
Heat in throat, better on inspiring cold air; throat so dry it seems as if it would crack.
Dryness in throat, with soreness, swelling, and redness as in scarlet fever; in one case of six years' standing, in another with hectic fever and cough.
General feeling of soreness throughout pharynx; sensation as if burned or scalded by hot drinks; dry, constricted feeling; drinking did not moisten throat, mucous membrane felt as if it might crack; pharynx very red and angry looking, highly inflamed.
Putrid sore throat.
Angina; particularly a species of pharyngitis.
Ulcerated sore throat.
Tonsillitis, chronic, recurring frequently.
Suppuration of tonsils; quinsy.
Burning in pharynx and esophagus.
Intense heat and redness of throat, amounting to a burning sensation; choking feeling when swallowing; pearly coating on fauces and tonsils, agg. on right side; right tonsil most inflamed. ~ Diphtheritis.
Palate and fauces covered with a continuous coating of pearly fibrinous exudation.


Craving for he knows not what, with loss of appetite; wants piquant things.
Loss of appetite with great weakness of digestion.
Aversion to butter.
Sugar tastes bitter and causes burning.


Sweet things aggravate, produce burning.
Soon after eating: feels empty; difficult breathing, nausea, waterbrash, lassitude almost to fainting, cold sweat until 12 P. M., after a little food.


Hiccough whilst smoking.
Spasmodic eructations of flatus.
Frequent flatulent eructations of unpleasant odor, with disposition to vomit and paleness of face.
Pyrosis; a rising of burning, corrosive fluid from stomach, for twenty years.
Nausea: with a burning at stomach; with much spitting; not amel. by vomiting; with headache, chill and heat; intense, in paroxysms, agg. when stooping, with flow of saliva; followed by nettlerash; with heartburn; followed by vomiting and sometimes diarrhea; periodic; followed by sneezing; craves food to quiet nausea.
Vomiting: of bitter water; of sour acrid fluids; of ingesta; of worms; preceded by anxiety; with headache and burning in stomach; head amel. afterward; with prostration.
During vomiting, headache, burning in stomach with craving to eat.


Soreness and pressure in epigastrium agg. by eating.
Sudden attacks of constriction in pit of stomach as if suffocating.
Goneness with sick headache.
Sensation of emptiness in stomach: soon after eating; with faint, feverish feeling.
Pressure in stomach.
Jerking in stomach as if from something alive.
Feeling of warmth and heat in stomach.
Burning in stomach; with headache and chill.
Gastritis, with nausea, headache, chill and heat; vomiting with severe, painful burning in stomach and intense thirst, red tongue, red and dry lips, hot and dry throat, tickling cough.
Pyrosis; rising of burning, corrosive fluid with flatulence.
Great weakness of digestion, loss of appetite. ~ Dyspepsia.
Burning sensation accompanied by pressure in epigastrium, coming on soon after lying down and compelling her to rise; pains agg. at night, but they recurred at any hour when she resumed the recumbent position, though less severe in daytime; amel. sitting up; appetite voracious; bowels torpid; peculiar drawing pains in shoulders and arms during sleep, so that when she awoke the fists were tightly clenched and flexed upon the sternal end of clavicle; this cramping up of the arms always occurred during sleep and was followed by a sense of lameness and weariness in the affected muscles. ~ Neurosis of stomach.
A chronic inebriate; had been drinking steadily for a couple of weeks, beer and whisky; violent emetocatharsis; Nux vomica did not relieve, Arsenic checked the bowels and relieved the intense thirst, but had no effect in quieting stomach; very irritable and angry at not being relieved; everything she took in her stomach, even water, was instantly ejected; about once in fifteen or twenty minutes a spasm of stomach, with gagging and coughing and ejection of some frothy mucus; pain in chest and abdomen from the straining; intense burning extending from stomach up esophagus to pharynx, which felt swollen and dry; lying slightly turned on left side; impossible for her to lie on right side, and when rising from lying down was seized with vertigo; cheeks and hands livid; believed she was soon to die and was unwilling to be left alone.


Heat, streaming from breast to liver.
Liver torpid; skin yellow; colic. ~ Jaundice. ~ Biliary concretions.
Cough from affections of liver.
Pain in left hypochondrium, agg. from coughing, amel. from pressure and when lying on left side, very copious urination at night.
Violent stitches in splenetic region.


Flatulent distension of abdomen in evening, with escape of flatus from vagina (os uteri being dilated).
Beating in abdomen.
Indurations in abdomen.
Cutting bellyache from right to left of iliac fossa, thence to rectum.
Soreness in abdomen agg. by eating.
Colic: followed by diarrhea; with torpor of liver.
Feeling as from hot water pouring from breast into abdomen, followed by diarrhea.


Urging, but no evacuation, with sensation of a mass in lower part of rectum and discharge of offensive flatus only.
Alternate diarrhea and constipation.
Stools: thin, fecal; bright yellow; undigested; watery; watery with much flatus, preceded by cutting pain.
Affection of breast always ended with a feeling as if hot water were poured from chest into abdomen which was followed by diarrheic stool.
Diarrhea following coryza, pains in chest and cough.
Ineffectual urging to stool, then vomiting.
Frequent discharges of very offensive flatus.
Escape of much flatus upward and downward; also with diarrhea.


Copious and frequent nocturnal urination, clear as water.
Very copious urine at night, with pain in left hypochondrium; agg. from coughing; amel. from pressure and lying on left side.
Dark-yellow urine, with icterus.
Urine scanty, high-colored, deposits reddish sediment on standing.


Seminal emissions.
Gleet; old cases.
White oval patches on mucous membrane of mouth, particularly at angles, on mucous membranes of lips, on edge of tongue, on prepuce and glans penis; fetid, cheesy secretions from glans penis, later obstinate inflammatory headache, with constant congestions to head, transient heat, throbbing pain agg. from motion and stooping, extending upward from nape of neck, with swollen veins in temples. ~ Syphilis.


Os uteri ulcerated; fetid corrosive leucorrhea.
Uterine polypi, or cancer.
Distension of abdomen in evening, and flatulent discharges per vagina, from os uteri, which was constantly open; at same time a pain passing in rays from nape of neck to head.
Metrorrhagia occurring at climaxis; blood bright red, clotted and frequently offensive; sick-headache; flushing of face; face becomes scarlet, this high color passes off with faint, weak, sick feeling.
Pain in loins, extending through hypogastric and uterine region and down thighs, followed by appearance of menses (in cases of suppression).
Abdominal pains (at night) as if menses would appear.
Menses preceded by itching in axillae.
Menses much more profuse than usual, with less pain and weakness in small of back, but with headache in right side of forehead and side of head, with sensation as if eyes would be forced out of head, agg. in right eye.
Menses: at right time, offensive smelling, bright red flow; clots, like lumps of flesh; later blood darker and less offensive; scanty, headache from occiput to frontal region, head as if bursting, face red and hot; too early, with a discharge of black blood.
Dysmenorrhea in feeble, torpid subjects, with tendency to congestion of lungs, liver or head.
Amenorrhea in consequence of pulmonary disease; hectic flush of face.
Climacteric disorders, especially flashes of heat and leucorrhea.
Burning of palms of hands and soles of feet at climacteric period, compelling her to throw bedclothes off.
Painful enlargement of breasts at climacteric period.
Corrosive, fetid leucorrhea at climacteric period; it continues after menses cease.
Sharp, piercing pain in right breast, just beneath nipple; very difficult to take a deep inspiration, with some dyspnea.
Pain in right breast extends to shoulder and is so severe that it is with difficulty hand can be placed on top of head.
Stitches in mamma.
The nipples are sore and painful.


Threatened abortion with nausea, pains in loins, extending through epigastric and iliac regions and down thighs.
Mamma: stitches in both; sore to touch under right nipple, and painful soreness of nipples.


Chronic dryness in throat, sensation of swelling in larynx and expectoration of thick mucus.
Aphonia with swelling in throat.
Dryness in throat with soreness, swelling and redness.
Tickling in throat in evening with cough and headache.
Tonsils and pharynx swollen; sawing respiration; expiration easier than inspiration; cough dry and harsh, amel. sitting, agg. eating or lying down; difficult expectoration of tough, glairy mucus; inflammation of cervical glands. ~ Edema laryngis.
Acute catarrhal laryngitis.
Violent dry cough; sensation of burning behind sternum, craves cold water, which soon is vomited; fauces dark-red, not swollen; little or no fever; headache, almost crazy; eyes look inflamed, upper lid swollen; open air relieves pain; vomits as soon as he drinks or eats; sharp pain over right eye. ~ Influenza.
Tracheal irritation secondary to heart disease.
Sensation of dryness, soreness and swelling in larynx and expectoration of thick mucus; redness in throat; stoppage of nose with headache across eyebrows. ~ Chronic catarrhal laryngitis.
A little girl, aet. 4, who had been subject to bronchial affections since birth; lying on her mother's lap, countenance pale and livid, lips very cold, dyspnea extreme while cough was muffled as if head had been enveloped in a blanket; no expectoration, sibilant rales remarkably shrill; hands and feet quite cold; half delirium. ~ Laryngitis.
Chronic dryness of throat, sensation of swelling in larynx with expectoration of thin mucus; aphonia, with swelling of larynx; continual severe cough without expectoration, with pain in head and circumscribed redness of cheeks; tormenting cough with sensation of exhaustion. ~ Croup.
Pseudo-membranous croup; hoarse, muffled cough; complete aphonia; pulse 132; soft palate and fauces covered with a continuous coating of pearly fibrinous exudate; hissing sound in larynx; great difficulty in breathing; child stretched back his head and grasped his throat in his agony; features dark and swollen.
Croup: catarrhal, with spasmodic, crowing painful cough and stridulous breathing, with whistling cough; metallic sounding, as if coughing through a metallic tube.
Chronic dryness in throat and sensation of swelling in larynx and expectoration of thick mucus.
Chronic laryngitis, bronchitis and trachitis.
Pulmonary consumption.


Excessive dyspnea. ~ Asthma.
Short, accelerated, constrained breathing; extreme dyspnea; cheeks and hands livid; compressible pulse. ~ Typhoid pneumonia.
Asthma, especially after “rose cold,” agg. from odors.
Painful, sighing respiration.
Inclination to take deep inspiration, which increases constriction of chest, and causes tearing pains in chest, agg. right side.

COUGH. [27]

Cough: dry, caused by tickling in throat or stomach; evenings after lying down, from tickling in throat; awakening him and not ceasing until he sits up in bed and passes flatus, upward and downward; dry, with considerable tickling in throat pit, and a crawling extending downward beneath sternum; very severe, causing considerable pain beneath upper part of sternum, with no expectoration; teasing, dry, hacking, with dryness in throat; tormenting, with circumscribed redness of cheeks; with vomiturition; with headache.
Continual severe cough, without expectoration, with pain in breast and circumscribed redness of cheeks, with coryza, followed by diarrhea which relieves.
Wheezing, whistling cough; metallic sounding; stridulous breathing. ~ Croup.
Severe cough occurring after whooping cough, when patient takes cold, which partakes of the spasmodic nature of whooping cough.
Whooping cough; constricted spasmodic action across throat beneath jaws; cough agg. at night with diarrhea.
Severe cough for six weeks, following a cold; coughed for hours at night, keeping whole house awake.
Severe, harassing cough, bloody sputa, with pain in occipital region.
After exposure, dry hard cough; fever; pain about shoulders and chest; sore throat; headache; agg. coughing; cough agg. by eructations of gas from stomach.
Distressing, dry, spasmodic, exhaustive coughs, especially in children; agg. toward night, lying down, going into a cold room to sleep; feeling of rawness and burning in bronchi.
For many years shortness of breath and cough, from taking cold the distress became severe and the attack resembled croup; wheezy, whistling cough, beginning with a wheeze and ending with a whistle; agg. at night when lying with head low.
Troublesome cough for a number of years; excited by an irritation in region of bifurcation of bronchi; coughs a long time to raise a little whitish-yellow phlegm, sometimes streaked with blood, after which she experiences great relief; coughs day and night; is weak and emaciated. (Nitrate of Sanguinaria, 2d trit.)
Tough, rust-colored sputa in second and third stages of pneumonia.
Troublesome, harassing cough, with marked inflammatory action. ~ Chronic bronchitis. ~ Incipient tuberculosis.
Breath and sputa smell badly even to patient.
Haemoptysis during phthisis pulmonalis.
Sputa: thick, mucous; rust-colored; offensive, purulent.


Sharp, piercing pain midway between sternum and nipple, myalgic in character, the surface feels tender on pressure.
Pain beneath sternum and in right breast.
Intense burning pain between breasts, agg. in right side, in afternoon.
Burning sensation under sternum.
Very severe pain in right side of chest and hypochondriac region.
Hot, burning streaming in right side of chest commencing below right arm and clavicle and extending to hepatic region.
Sharp stitches in right side of chest.
Slowly shooting pain in right chest about seventh rib; acute stitches in right breast.
Pain in right chest to shoulder, can only with difficulty place hand on top of head.
Stitches in lower part of left breast to shoulder.
Pain shooting from lower part of left chest to left shoulder.
Pain in breast with periodic cough.
Burning and pressing in breast, then heat through abdomen and diarrhea.
Constant pressure and heaviness in whole upper part of chest, with difficulty of breathing.
Cramps in chest.
Pain in breast: with cough and expectoration; with dry periodic cough.
Subacute pulmonary congestion in a lady with florid complexion and full habit, aet. 50; was much troubled with general flushings.
Dyspnea, short, accelerated, constrained breathing; speech ceases to be free; sputa becomes tenacious, rustcolored, and is expectorated with much difficulty; position of patient is on his back; not much pain in chest unless pleurae are involved, then burning stitching pulse quick and small; face and extremities inclined to be cold or hands and feet burning hot, with circumscribed redness and burning heat of cheeks, especially in afternoon. ~ Pulmonary affections. ~ Pneumonia.
Pneumonia in second and third stages; with dullness on percussion; bronchial respiration, with red or gray hepatization and infiltration of parenchyma.
Pneumonia; rust-colored sputum; distressing dyspnea; hands and feet burning hot or very cold; sometimes, even before amount of hepatization will account for it, there is failure of the heart's action; heart weak and irregular in action; weak, faint feeling about heart; patient is faint; is covered with sweat and suffers from nausea.
Pneumonia, with cold hands and blue nails.
Typhoid pneumonia with very difficult respiration cheeks and hands livid; pulse full, soft, vibrating and easily compressed.
Pneumonia: left lung particularly affected; with heart disease.
Catarrhal irritation in chest; night sweats; after a cold, several months previously.
Sick an indefinite period with lung trouble; complete hepatization of one lung; fever; prostration; night sweats.
Loose, stringy, sometimes flocculent expectoration, attending a severe cough, which seemed to rack whole frame during the paroxysm; darting pains through both lungs, agg. in apex of left lung; cough agg. at night in bed; evening exacerbations of fever, with burning of palms of hands and soles of feet; debilitating night sweats; paroxysms of excruciating frontal headaches; dullness of percussion in left supraand infra-clavicular regions; fine whistling and long expiratory sounds in apex of left lung; bronchial tubes in middle and lower parts of both lungs contained much mucus; pulse 114, easily compressible; anorexia; insomnia; thirst; urine diminished, changeable in color; marked emaciation; cheeks hollow; limbs and body small and bony; eyes sunken, glassy. ~ Incipient phthisis following amenorrhea.
Great emaciation; bloodless skin; aet. 15, had never menstruated, but twelve months ago there was a slight discharge with pain in loins, at which time she commenced to fail; severe, painful cough, with profuse expectoration of thick, stringy, yellowish-white mucus, agg. at night; night sweats; chest sore to pressure; respiratory murmur faint and covered in some parts by mucous rales; bronchial tubes seemed filled with mucus; shortness of breath; headache; evening fever; burning in feet; dryness of throat; anorexia; pulse 100, soft and quick; alternate constipation and diarrhea; high-colored, offensive smelling urine; sleeplessness; shooting, erratic pains through body and especially in chest; great exhaustion. ~ Anemia with amenorrhea.
For several years cough, agg. in Summer; a year ago had pneumonia which left a suspicious permanent cough; cannot lie down; face bloated; pupils somewhat dilated; pulse very rapid and weak; night sweats; diarrhea; pain in calves of legs; pain in chest, and with every respiratory effort there is rattling in chest followed by cough; paroxysms of cough with profuse offensivesmelling expectoration; the breath is offensive, even to himself; retching with the cough, throbbing and sensation of tightness in head; spasmodic belching before and after cough; heat continues for a while after the cough, followed by yawning and stretching.
Phthisis florida; hectic; fever usually comes at about 2 or 4 P. M., cheeks having a bright circumscribed flush; cough usually dry at first and seems to be excited by tickling or crawling in larynx and upper portion of chest, probably in trachea and perhaps in beginning of bronchial tubes; great deal of burning fullness in upper part of chest, as if it were too full of blood, which it really is; sharp stitching pains, especially about right lung and in region of nipple, probably myalgic; muscles of chest are sore with this pain; great dyspnea.
Tuberculosis pulmonalis; breath and sputa smell badly, disagreeable to patient himself; before and after coughing, belching of wind; after cough, heat; after heat, gaping and stretching; circumscribed redness of cheeks; diarrhea; night sweats; pain in lower extremities.
Beginning of galloping consumption, cough and violent fever, with circumscribed redness of cheeks; soreness to touch of veins in temples.
Haemoptoe during incipient phthisis, especially in women suffering from amenorrhea, or during and after climaxis.
Vicarious hemorrhage from lungs from suppressed menses in a young consumptive.
Haemoptysis during phthisis pulmonalis.
Syphilitic pulmonary inflammation.
Chronic pneumonia (rivals Sulphur and Phosphor.).
Hydrothorax; asthma; pleurisy; intercostal myalgia.


Painful stitches or pressing pain in region of heart.
Palpitation before vomiting, with great weakness.
Surging of blood and racing palpitation, with dry and burning skin.
Irregularity of heart's action and pulse, with coldness, insensibility, etc.
Weak feeling about heart.
Pulse: hard, frequent; small and quick; irregular, with great weakness.
Extreme reduction of force and frequency of pulse, together with great irregularity of action.
Metastasis of rheumatism (or gout) to heart, caused by outward applications in inflammatory rheumatism.


Burning in sternum.
Severe soreness under right nipple, agg. from touch.


Pain in nape of neck.
Rheumatic pains in nape of neck, shoulders and arms.
Soreness of nape of neck on being touched.
Dull pain along inner edge of left scapula, worse from breathing.
Rheumatic pains in neck, shoulders and arms, agg. at night.
Shifting pains in back, agg. when drawing a long breath.
Pain in sacrum, from lifting.
Lumbago, from lifting; or, myalgia of great muscles of back.
Soreness down muscles of back; pains shifting about; feels pain more when drawing long breath.


Itching in axillae before menses.
Rheumatic pain in right arm and shoulder; agg. at night, on turning in bed; cannot raise arm.
Pain in right deltoid muscle of long standing; agg. from lifting; not felt when swinging arms to and fro; agg. at night when turning in bed, it wakes him; neither warmth nor weather influences it; it gives him no rest by day or night; is not relieved by motion.
Pain in top of right shoulder.
Pain in right shoulder and upper part of right arm, agg. at night on turning in bed.
Pain confined to shoulder, shoulder-cap and cervical region; neck stiff, with great pain on movement; trapezius sore under pressure and painful at every movement of head or shoulder; deltoid and biceps very tender to pressure, and so sensitive by use that it was impossible to raise arm from side. ~ Rheumatism.
Right arm hung at her side or lay on her lap as helpless as if there had been a fracture of humerus; could not raise it an inch without assistance. ~ Rheumatism.
A sensation of coldness in body and right arm, which no amount of clothing could remove; swelling of right arm between shoulder and elbow joint; complete inability to raise arm from lap, although lateral motion could be made; tenderness and soreness of right trapezius and deltoid muscles. ~ Rheumatism.
Aching in ball of right thumb, which is swollen, pain extending around wrist and back of hand, most severe in ball of thumb; agg. since hot weather set in; could not use hand properly from pain and weakness in it.
Burning of palms; redness of hands and severe burning; lividity of hands. ~ Pneumonia.
Fungoid growth between second and third metacarpal bones, protruding about a quarter of an inch out of palm.
Stiffness of finger joints.
Ulceration of roots of finger nails on both hands.
Panaritium, first right then left fingers.


Rheumatic pain in left hip; also inside of right thigh.
Bruiselike pain in thigh, alternating with pressure and burning in breast.
Pain through hips, extending down right limb.
Wandering pains, agg. at night.
Knees are stiff.
Left leg and foot swelled in evening, with violent burning pain, did not know where to lay limb; limb externally cold; agg. until 12 P. M.
Indolent ulcer on right shin, with dirty granulations and dry sharp-cut edges, brownish thin discharge, not sensitive, no pain.
Sharp pain in right ankle and great toe joint.
Burning in soles of feet, agg. in bed.
Cold feet, afternoon.
Ingrowing toe nail, unhealthy granulations, purulent discharge (lotion).


Burning of hands and feet, agg. at night.
Rheumatic pains agg. in places least covered with flesh; on touching painful part pain vanishes and appears in some other part.
Rheumatism in all joints, with swelling and spasmodic pain.
Rheumatic pains in limbs, with stiffness and rigidity.
Acute, inflammatory and arthritic rheumatism.


Lying still: amel. rheumatism.
Lying down: cough from tickling pressure in epigastrium; cough agg.
Lying with head low: cough agg.
Lies upon back.
Lying on left side: pain in hypogastrium amel.
Slightly turned on left side: spasm of stomach amel.
Cannot lie on right side: spasm of stomach.
Must lie down: headache.
Sitting up: pain in epigastrium; cough amel.
Stooping: nausea agg.; throbbing pain in head agg.
Must kneel down and hold head tight to floor; neuralgia in jaw and face.
Rising from sitting posture: frontal headache with vertigo.
Motion: pulsations agg.; throbbing pain in head agg.
Turning in bed: pain in arm and shoulder.
Turning head quickly: vertigo.
Cannot raise arm from side: rheumatism.
Swinging arm to and fro: pain in arm is not felt.
Exercise: agg. headache.

NERVES. [36]

Great weakness; palpitation of heart; fainting weakness.
Lassitude, torpor, languor, not disposed to move or make any mental exertion, agg. in damp weather.
Limbs weak while walking in open air.
Lameness of right arm.
Chronic paralysis of right arm.
Convulsive rigidity of limbs.

SLEEP. [37]

Sleepless at night, wakes with fright, as if he would fall.
Dreams: of sailing at sea; of business matters; frightful.
Drowsiness causing mental and bodily indolence.

TIME. [38]

Morning: headache begins, agg. during day, lasts until evening; nausea; redness of eyes; accumulation of mucus in eye.
Morning and lasting four to six hours: neuralgia.
Forenoon: headache commences, agg. until sunset.
Afternoon: headache; burning of eyelids agg.; circumscribed redness of cheeks; pain in left breast; cold feet; fever.
At 2 or 4 P. M.: fever usually comes on.
Evening: cough from tickling; violent distension of abdomen; tickling in throat; left leg and foot swollen; shivering in back.
Night: pain in temples agg.; pain in head amel.; coryza and diarrhea agg.; pains in epigastrium agg.; copious urination; abdominal pains; cough agg.; shortness of breath agg.; sweats; expectoration agg.; pains in neck agg.; wandering pains agg.; burning of hands and feet agg.; sleepless; Rhus poisoning agg.
Until 12 P. M.: cold sweat; swelling of left leg and foot.


Hot weather: pain in thumb agg.
Open air: headache amel.; pain in chest amel.; limbs weak while walking.
Damp weather: lassitude agg.
Cold room: cough agg.
Cold air: inspiring, heat in throat amel.
Cold drinks: cause pain in carious teeth.
Cold water: craves.

FEVER. [40]

Chill with headache, nausea, pain under scapula on motion; shivering in back, agg. evening in bed.
Coldness of feet in afternoon, with painful, sore tongue; stiffness of knee and finger joints.
Shaking chill.
Flushes of heat.
Slight flushes of heat, followed by chills, then face flushed, hands hot, qualmish feeling all over; lassitude.
Heat flying from head to stomach.
Burning heat; rapidly alternating with chill and shivering.
Afternoon fever with circumscribed red cheeks; fever 2 to 3 P. M., daily.
Paroxysms of fever in afternoon, with circumscribed redness of cheeks; cough and expectoration.
Burning of palms of hands and soles of feet, compelling him to throw bedclothes off his feet to cool them; these paroxysms generally come on in afternoon or evening.
Slight chill, violent fever, headache and delirium.
Copious sweat; cold sweat.
Fevers from pulmonary, hepatic or gastric inflammation; nervous fever; marsh fever; hectic fever; scarlet fever (after Bell.); typhus, with characteristic headache.


Alternate: diarrhea and constipation; pain in thigh and pressure in breast; burning heat and chill and shivering.
Periodical headache.
Every few minutes: violent retching.
Every fifteen or twenty minutes: spasm of stomach.
Every day: for five or six days, neuralgia; fever 2 to 3 P. M.
Every third day for six weeks: sick headache.
Every seventh day: headache.
Every eight days for nine years: attacks of headache and vomiting.
Every two weeks: menses; sick headache.
For six weeks: severe cough.
For years: distressing sick headache; neuralgia in face.
For many years: shortness of breath and cough.
For six years: dryness in throat.
For twenty years: pyrosis.


Right: headache over eye; neuralgia in and over eye; headache in temple; headache agg.; neuralgia in orbit; catarrhal discharge from side of nose; tearing in temple; pains from eye through back part of head; pain from occiput to temporal bone; burning and watering of eye; coryza agg.; headache in hemisphere of brain; pain in throat; diphtheritis agg.; pain in breast; sharp pain over eye; pain in chest agg.; burning pain in side of chest; stitches in side of chest; shooting pain in side of chest; stitches in breast; rheumatic pain in arm and shoulder; pain in deltoid muscles; pain in top of shoulder; arm helpless with rheumatism; coldness in arm; swelling of arm; aching in ball of thumb; pain in thigh; indolent ulcer on shin; sharp pain in ankle and great toe joint; lameness of arm; chronic paralysis of side.
Left: violent pain over whole side of head; rheumatism in shoulder; pressing pain settling over eye; stitches in side of face; pain in hypochondrium; stitches in lower part of breast; pain from chest to shoulder; pneumonia; darting pain in apex of lung; dullness of percussion in supra and infraclavicular regions; pain on inner edge of scapula; rheumatic pain in hip; leg and foot swollen.
From right: to left; cutting bellyache in iliac fossa; panaritium.


As if paralyzed; as if events that transpired in her dreams were not of hours' but of weeks' and months' duration; as of some hard substance in stomach; as if forehead would burst; as if head were drawn forward; as if head must burst; as if eyes would be pressed out; as of a band across forehead; as of an electrical current shooting through head; pain like drawing a rope on a windlass as tight as you can get it; as if temples and scalp were alive with irrepressible pulsation; as if hairs were in eyes; as if she were in a railroad car or in some vehicle which was moving and jarring her, and as if all about her moved rapidly and confusedly; tongue as if burnt; tip of tongue as if scalded; tongue as if in contact with something hot; throat as if swollen; throat so dry it seems as if it would crack; pharynx as if burnt or scalded; constriction in pit of stomach as if suffocating; as of something alive in stomach; as of hot water pouring from breast into abdomen; as of a mass in lower part of rectum; as if menses would appear; cough as if head were enveloped in a blanket; throat and larynx as if swollen; as if upper part of chest were too full of blood.
Pain: in forehead; in forehead and cheek bones; in forepart of head, shoulders, chest and stomach; over right eye; in head in spots; like a flash of lightning in back part of head; in head in rays; from right occiput to right temporal bone; over eyes; in chest; in teeth; in carious teeth; in left hypochondrium; in loins through hypogastric and uterine region down thighs; in loins; about shoulders and chest; beneath sternum and right breast; in breast; in calves; in lower extremities; in nape of neck; in back; in sacrum; in right deltoid muscle; in top of right shoulder and upper part of arm; from ball of thumb around wrist and back of hand; through hips and down right limb; under scapula.
Frightfully severe headache.
Violent pain: over upper portion of whole left side of head; in temple and vertex; from occipital region over head settling over right eye.
Severe pain: in head; at root of nose and in frontal sinuses; in right breast, extends to shoulder; in right side of chest.
Sharp pain: in right ankle and great toe joint.
Tearing: in right temple.
Throbbing, lancinating pains: through brain.
Darting pains: through both lungs.
Sharp, piercing pain: in right breast, midway between sternum and right nipple.
Cutting pain: from right to left iliac fossa, thence to rectum.
Beating pain: in head.
Shooting pains: from one temple to other; from left chest to left shoulder.
Wandering pain: in head.
Stitches: in left side of face; violent, in splenetic region; in mamma; sharp, in right chest about seventh rib; in right breast; in lower part of left breast to shoulder; about right lung and nipple; in region of heart.
Burning stitching: in chest.
Violent burning pain: in left leg and foot.
Intense burning pain: between breasts.
Burning distress: in stomach.
Burning: in stomach; of right eye; in edges of lids; of ears; of under lip; of uvula; in throat; in esophagus and pharynx; of palms; behind sternum; under sternum; streaming in right side of chest extending to hepatic region; in breast; of hands and feet; in soles.
Burning dryness: in eyes.
Stinging sensation: in nose.
Soreness: in spots on head; in throat; of tongue; of roof of mouth; of uvula; throughout pharynx; in epigastrium; in abdomen; of nipples; in larynx; under right nipple; of nape of neck; down muscles of back; of right trapezius and deltoid muscles.
Bruise-like pain: in thigh.
Pricking: in point of tongue.
Neuralgia: in and over right eye; at internal superior angle of right orbit; in right temple and orbit; in upper jaw, nose, eye, ear, neck and side of head.
Rheumatic pain: in head; in neck and shoulders; in nape of neck; shoulders and arms; in right arm and shoulder; in left hip; in right thigh; in places least covered with flesh; in all points.
Drawing pain: from back into neck; in shoulders and arms.
Pressive pain: in forehead; from nape of neck over head and eyes; in region of heart.
Dull pain: in head; along inner edge of left scapula.
Grumbling pain: in teeth.
Aching: in ball of right thumb.
Dull, heavy feeling: in stomach; over root of nose.
Heaviness: in chest.
Pressure: in epigastrium; in stomach; in breast; in upper part of chest.
Spasmodic constriction: beneath lower jaw, across throat.
Constriction: in pit of stomach.
Tightness: in head.
Stiffness: in articulation of jaw; of finger joints; of knees.
Heat: in throat; in stomach; streaming from head to liver.
Tenderness: of right trapezius.
Rawness: of throat.
Dryness: under upper lid; of lips; of throat.
Beating: under ears; in abdomen.
Jerking: in stomach.
Throbbing: in temporal arteries; of every pulse in body.
Pulsations: in head; in right temple.
Great weakness and goneness: in stomach.
Faint feeling: about heart.
Weak feeling: about heart.
Itching: in axilla.
Coldness: in body and right arm.


Languid circulation, limbs cold, skin pallid, sensitive to atmospheric changes.
Veins distended, feel sore.
Surging of blood.
Red or gray hepatization of lungs.
Polypi, nasal and uterine.
Carbuncles; warts; fungous excrescences.
Roundish or oval, whitish or raised patches of mucous membrane of nose, mouth, prepuce and anus.
Polypi of larynx and nasal fossae.
Pains in places where bones are least covered with flesh.


Touch: temporal veins painfully sensitive; head very painful; eye painful; nipples sore; soreness of nape of neck; pain vanishes and appears some other part.
Pressure: hard upon eye amel.; amel. headache; pain in hypogastrium amel.; surface of chest tender; chest sore; deltoid and biceps tender.
Pressing back up against something hard: amel. headache.
Rubbing Rhus poisoning with something rough amel.
Slightest jar: agg. headache.
Lifting: pains in sacrum; lumbago.

SKIN. [46]

Heat and dryness of skin.
Itching and nettlerash with nausea.
Icterus, eyes yellow, stools white, dark yellow urine, during prevailing intermittent fever.
Prickling sensation of warmth spreading over body.
Eruption on face of young women, with menstrual troubles, especially deficiency.
Rhus poisoning; small pimples coalescing into blisters size of a split pea, filled with yellow watery fluid, with intense itching; agg. at night after 12 P. M.; the only relief he can get is to rub it with something rough, until blisters are open.
Fungous growths.
Scaly eruptions; carbuncles.
Old indolent ulcers, with callous borders and ichorous discharge; dirty granulations, dry, sharp-cut edges.


C. P., aet. 15 months; cold in head.
Boy, aet. 1 1/2, of syphilitic parents; patches in mouth.
Girl, aet. 4, subject to bronchial affections since birth; laryngitis.
Boy, aet. 5; croup.
Girl, aet. 10, lively disposition; influenza.
R., aet. 12, suffering six weeks; cough.
Girl, aet. 15, of French extraction, nervo-lymphatic temperament; anemia.
Girl, aet. 16, lymphatic temperament, quiet disposition, menses appeared once, a year ago, since then absent; incipient phthisis.
Boy, aet. 18, scrofulous diathesis; diphtheritis.
Miss F., aet. 25, suffering since childhood; sick headaches.
Officer, aet. 26; syphilis.
Woman, aet. 30; headaches.
S., aet. 30; cold in head.
Mrs. M. L. S., aet. 30, a chronic inebriate, after drinking inordinately for several weeks; gastric derangement.
Woman, aet. 34, brunette, single; influenza.
Woman, aet. 35; migraine.
Miss S. C., aet. 38; catarrh in head.
Lady, aet. 47, spare habit, suffering with heart disease; tracheal irritation.
Mrs. F., aet. 48, sanguino-bilious temperament, woman of much energy and refinement; neurosis of stomach.
Mrs. H., aet. 50, fleshy, nearly past the climacteric, suffering for years; sick headache.
Lady, aet. 50, florid complexion, full habit of body; pulmonary congestion.
Mrs. S., aet. 50; cough.
Mrs. P., aet. 55, blue eyes, dark-brown hair, nervo-sanguine temperament, full habit, somewhat corpulent, suffering fifteen years; sick headache.
Mrs. C., aet. 59; edema of glottis.
Man, aet. 60, full habit, ruddy complexion, full chest, afflicted many years; cough.
Young lady, of rheumatic tendency; rheumatism of arm.


It antidotes: Opium (dynamic effects).
Compatible: Bellad. (scarlatina).
Compare: Bellad., Iris, Paullinia and Mellilot. in headaches; Ant. tart., Chelid., Phosphor., Sulphur and Verat. vir. in pneumonia.


Source: The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica Vol. 09, 1890
Description: Clinical materia medica of Sanguinaria canadensis
Remedies: Sanguinaria canadensis
Author: Hering, C.; Raue, C.G.; Knerr, C.B.; Mohr, C.
Year: 1890
Editing: errors only; interlinks; formatting
Attribution: Legatum Homeopathicum
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