Culver’s root. HALE. Scrophulariceae.
Desponding; drowsy; with hepatic derangement.
Constant dull frontal headache; worse in temples, with aching in umbilicus.
Smarting and aching in the eyes.
Tongue yellow or black down the centre.
Eating and Drinking
Eating of meat or vegetables aggravates distress in liver, and purging :; drinking water aggravates burning and aching in stomach and liver :.
Nausea and Vomiting
Nausea, with deathly faintness on rising.
Vomiting of bile, yellow tongue, shooting pains about the liver, black stools.
Weak sensation at the pit of stomach.
Great distress in the stomach and small intestines, with immediate desire for stool.
Burning, aching; in stomach and liver, worse from drinking water.
Dull aching in liver, worse near gall-bladder.
Burning distress in back part of liver and in spine.
Jaundice, with clay-colored stools.
Rumbling and distress in whole bowels, especially in hypogastrium, with black stools.
Constant dull aching in the umbilical region.
Sharp, distressing pains between navel and epigastrium.
Stools : black, tarry, bilious, undigested, followed by great distress in the liver; mushy, with weak feeling in the bowels; greenish, muddy, spouting out like water; worse morning as soon as he moves; form meat or vegetables.
After stool, griping, but no straining.
Red, with dull aching in the limber region.
Female and Sexual Organs
Menses suppressed or retarded; liver affected.
Soreness in the cardiac region.
Pulse slow and full.
Sore, lame feeling in the small of the back.
Pain in the right shoulder and arm.
Moving : On rising :.
Chill Fever Sweat
Chilly along the spine and down the arm.
Shivering, or dry, hot skin; limbs cold and numb; tongue black down the centre. Bilious fever.