Suited to persons of light hair, fair complexion with a weak, relaxed muscular system.
Worm affections of children (Cina, Sil., Spig.).
Nervous diseases; twitching, convulsive tremblings, catalepsy; from worms (Cina, Psor.).
Illusions: that he is sick; parts shrunken; that she is pregnant when merely distended from flatus; that she has some horrible throat disease that will be fatal.
Delirium during intermittents (Pod.).
Sneezing: in spasmodic paroxysyms; followed by lachrymation; copious watery coryza; face hot and eyelids red and burning.
Diphtheria, tonsillitis; can swallow warm food more easily; stitches and most symptoms, especially of throat, go from left to right (Lach., Lac-c.).
Sensation of a skin hanging loosely in throat; must swallow over it.
Headache: from too much thinking, too close application of attention (Arg. n.); from worms.
Dryness of fauces and throat.
Parchment-like dryness of skin.
Relations. - Compare: Col, Colch., Lyc., where < is from 4 to 8 p. m.; Puls., Sab. > in open air.
Follows: Bry. and Ran-b. well in pleurisy, and has cured after Acon. and Bry. failed.
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