A relaxed condition of the system generally and a proneness to take cold on exposure to cold winds.
Catarrhal conditions; obstruction of nostrils. Adenoids, throat deafness. Enlarged tonsils. Mucous diarrhœa from cold. Chill from cold winds. Throat and ear troubles with tendency to free discharge from mucous membranes. Mutinism of childhood unconnected with deafness.
Relationship.–Compare: Hydrast; Cepa; Calc phos; Sulph jod; Calc jod.
Dose.–Third potency. Single doses of tincture (Dr. Cooper).