SPHERE OF ACTION
This remedy belongs to the cerebro-spinal group, and especially affects the motor nervous system. Through this system the sexual organs of women are especially acted upon. It also affects the gastro-intestinal canal.
Menses too early and too profuse, particularly in females troubled with itching of the nose and nightly restlessness, profuse flow of red blood.
Uterine hemorrhage, threatening or following miscarriage, especially if from a strain.–F.
After a false step, or strain in the loins, the chief symptom is a profuse flow of red blood, in abortion.
Uterine hemorrhage after delivery or abortion. DR. P.P.
WELLS uses a few drops of the tincture of cinnamon in water frequently repeated; thinks it is better and safer than Ergot.
This I can most cheerfully coincide with, for I have seen this remedy act like magic in those hemorrhages.
Diarrhoea always worse after drinking.