Agaricus campestris, L.This mushroom, common in the United States and in Europe, is esculent; stem only two to three inches high.
Eyes sunken, with livid circle.
Face humid, hippocratic.
Tongue red and parched.
Vomiting, and purging of liquid matter.
Great abdominal pain at intervals.
Purging and vomiting of liquid matter.
Pulse hard, weak, rapid, irregular.
Depraved habit, leading to external suppuration and gangrene.
Greenness of the skin.
Formation of abscesses, which discharge a thin, ill- conditioned pus, and pass rapidly into suppuration and gangrene.
Skin cold, covered with cold sweat.
Kind of tertian fever.