Star-Anise. FRANZ. Magnoliaceae.
Pains in the head; less evenings, worse mornings.
Buzzing in the ears.
Ringing in ears, followed by sleep.
Itching over left ear, going off when touching the place.
Watery discharge from the nostrils.
Warm smarting sensation in nose, succeeded by sneezing.
Sharp stitches in tip of nose.
Stinging sensation in upper lip, as if blood would press out, better from touch.
Dryness of upper lip, which is drawn closer to the teeth.
Burning in the inner surface of lower lip, with sensation as if it had gone to sleep.
Rye-bread tastes well, smells refreshing.
Tongue covered with aphthae.
Aphthae most on edges of tongue.
Edges of tongue folded like little bags.
Tough viscid phlegm from stomach; with old drunkards.
Eating and Drinking
After eating but little, satiety.
All food, except rye-bread. tastes too salty or bitter, yet appetite is good.
Nausea and Vomiting
Nausea in stomach, extends up to the chest, then ceases.
Nausea, with gagging and inclination to vomit.
Bloating of the stomach; acidity.
Pain in the splenic region.
Three month’s colic; bowels disturbed.
Violent wind colic.
Rumbling in abdomen.
Stool: bilious; compact and dark colored.
Retention of urine.
After coughing, feeling of emptiness.
Frequent cough, with pain.
Spitting blood in small quantities and with pus-like phlegm, with pain in right chest.
Tough, viscous phlegm, with old drunkards.
Pain in region of third rib, about one or two inches from the sternum, generally on right side, but occasionally left.
Palpitation, with aphthae and weakness.
Cramp-like drawings, as from a cold, in the left side of dorsal vertebrae.
Left thigh feels as if broken at the middle, when sitting, ceases on rising.
Better in the morning; worse, evening: Worse mornings:.
Right: Left:, Below upward:.
Contact Injuries etc.
Touch lessens itching and other sensations in skin:.
Stages and States
Old drunkards:, Old asthmatics: catarrh of stomach.
Where Bryon. and Aconite did not relieve blood-spitting.