An oil is prepared from flowers known as Mullein oil which has been found useful locally in cases of deafness or earache. This remedy has a marked effect on the nerves esp. the inferior maxillary branch of the fifth nerve; ears; respiratory tract and bladder and left side. Soothes nervous, bronchial and urinary irritation. Produces catarrhs and cold; spasmodic effects and neuralgias. Tearing, stitching, cramping; squeezing, crushing, paralyzing pains.
Drafts. Change of temperature. With every cold. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Twice a day, at same hour. Talking. Sneezing. Touch.
Pain in eyes as from contraction of the orbits.
Deafness. Earache. Deafness from getting water in, as in swimming or as if stopped by a valve. Numb (left).
Coryza, with hot lachrymation.
Prosopalgia worse pressing teeth together, least movement; in malar bones.
Copious salt water in the mouth.
As of a lump or twisting around navel. Piles; obstructing stools; itching, inflamed.
Enuresis; at night; worse coughing.
Hoarseness; voice sounds like a trumpet. Frequent attacks of deep, hollow cough with sound like a trumpet; better deep breathing. Cough; nervous; without waking.
Acon; Plat; Sepia