Lychnis githago, Lam. (Agrostemma githago, L).
Natural order: Caryophyllaceae.
Common names: (Engl)., Corn cockle; (Germ)., Kornrade; (Fr)., L’lvraie.
Preparation: The seeds are the poisonous part (they contain the powerful alkaloid Saponine).
Coma, in some cases.
Sensation of heat and burning rises into the vertex from the left lower jaw; almost makes her crazy.
Mouth dry and hot.
The palate has a red margin.
Vomiting sour and bitter.
Burning from the stomach along the oesophagus to the throat and in the chest.
Knife-like pains in the stomach at times.
Constipation with tenesmus.
Diarrhoea with tenesmus.
Burning in the bowels and rectum.
Tearing along the spine.
Pulse small and rapid at first, becoming tense and hard, and slower.- Skin hot.
Difficult to remain erect.