Clinical. In general it has been indicated in congestions, sometimes in inflammations, with high fever and quick pulse; hot, dry skin; there is, however, a general feeling of weakness, soft pulse and drowsiness, but great thirst. Violent headaches, ameliorated by nosebleed, especially during menstruation; head very sensitive. Inflammation of the internal ear, with muco- purulent discharge; ear red, swollen; mastoid process swollen and sore. Catarrhal sore throat, especially of the Eustachian tube. Dyspepsia symptoms like Ferrum. Cholera infantum, with red face and soft pulse. Dyspnoea. Pains in the left ovary, sacrum, etc. Congestion of respiratory organs like Ferrum. Articular rheumatism. With the fever there is generally a soft, quick pulse and thirst, but the sweat does not relieve.