1. Dark, phlegmatic subjects; or women with red hair and freckled complexion, esp. at climaxis; also broken and constitutions.
2. Extreme alternations, mind and sensorium, (a) Mental activity with almost prophetic perception; ecstasy; loquacity with rapid change of subject esp. when delirious; hurry and flurry; delusion of voices, etc. (b) Depression with anxiety; patient silent, suspicious; jealous; weak memory, writing mistakes; deranged time sense; self-consciousness and selfishness.
3. Hyperaesthesia of the senses; of body surface; nervous intolerance of touch, pressure and constriction even of clothing, esp. about throat and abdomen.
4. Marked aggravation of all complaints from sleep; patient sleeps into an attack; sleep disturbed by frightful dreams, of dead and dying people, of suffocation, etc.
5. All distressing symptoms are (>) onset of discharge; e.g. at M.P. always (>) during flow.
6. Ailments left-sided or travel from left to right; yet a special affinity for the appendix.
7. Adynamic fever with low, muttering delirium; face purplish, besotted-looking, dropped jaw; offensive breath; tremors esp. of the tongue which is protruded with difficulty; haemorrhages of dark, decomposed blood.
8. Septic states; malignant ulcerations and suppuration; with offensive discharges and bluish, livid appearance; gangrene.
9. Tremors, cramps, spasms and even convulsions.
10. Modalities; (<) heat esp. heat of sun; muggy weather; must have air; (<) spring, throat symptoms (<) hot drinks and empty swallowing or liquids (<) than solids.
Note. The great trio of remedies for women at climaxis-Lachesis, Sepia and Sulphur.