Formerly vaccination was done from arm to arm, and there I have many observations and cured many children with Thuja. How does the Thuja patient look? He is hasty, impatient and quarrelsome, often had fixed ideas, e.g. that he considers himself fragile like glass, and permits not one to come near him; he has many symptoms of a sick nervous system, His hair is thin, dry, and split at ends.
The skin symptoms are in relation to menses or uterine diseases. Calcarea has leucorrhoea of a copious, milky, sometimes purulent character with sweat on labia. Graphites has perhaps even more copious leucorrhoea, but it is more watery, and sometimes gushes out, especially mornings or during the day.
Characteristic for its choice are the general weakness and paleness, the dryness of the mucous membrane, formication and numbness of hands and feet; the craving of warmth– in opposition to Secale –aggravation from walking in the dark; potatoes always agree poorly.