Acetate of Copper
Hay-fever, with burning excoriation, paroxysmal cough; tough, tenacious mucus, and fear of suffocation. Protracted labor. Chronic psoriasis and lepra.
Head.–Violent throbbing and lancinating pains in forehead. Left-sided brow ague. Brain seems void. Inclined to gape and cry. Loses consciousness; head reels when in high-ceiled room. Constant protrusion and retraction of tongue (Laches). Neuralgia with heaviness of head, burning, stinging and stitching in temples and forehead.
Face.–Collapsed, hippocratic. Facial neuralgia in cheek-bone, upper jaw, and behind right ear. Better by chewing, pressure, and external warmth.
Stomach.–Violent spasmodic pains in stomach and abdomen. Vomiting. Slimy brown diarrhœa. Violent tenesmus. Cholera.
Respiratory.–Attacks of angina pectoris coming on when excited. Violent spasmodic cough. Short, difficult respiration. Spasmodic constriction of chest. Dyspnœa.
Skin.–Leprous-like eruption, without itching, over whole body, in spots of various sizes.
Modalities.–Worse, mental emotions, touch. Better, chewing, pressure, night, lying on affected side, and warmth.
Relationship.–Acts similarly to Cuprum met but is more violent in action.
Dose.–Third to sixth trituration.