Common names: Cuckoo pint, Gefleckte Aronstab, etc.
A. maculatum, Linn.
Natural order: Aracea.
Preparation: Tincture from the root.
Slight pressure in the left temple.
A pressure below the ears, behind the lower jaw.
Bleeding of the gums (on kissing), immediately.
Swelling of the tongue.
Their tongues were so much swollen that they could not swallow (three children).
Lancinations in the tongue, as from pin-pricks.
Stitching and burning on the tongue, lasting several hours.
Burning pains in mouth and lips.
Caustic effect of the drug, all over lips and mouth, and as far as one could see.
Throat so swollen that a probe could not be introduced into the oesophagus.
Tickling in the throat becomes a violent burning.
Pressure in the throat, which provokes swallowing; it seems too narrow; Swallowing is difficult, as if there were a swelling on the left side above the larynx.
Pain on pressing with the finger on the left side of the throat, near the trachea, below the larynx.
Stinging pain in the tongue, throat, and oesophagus.
Swallowing difficult, as if the “palate were down.
Loss of appetite for several days.
Vomiting for several hours.
Vomiting of blood.
Cardialgia (stork, tox., Plenck), 1785.
Pain in the stomach on pressing it.
Emptiness in the abdomen, as after vomiting, mornings after eating.
Oppression in the abdomen, as in great anxiety and fear, without palpitation, afterward this ascended into the chest, so that he felt an oppression over the whole chest, with hot breath; it then rose into the throat, first like a pressure from without inward, in the back part of the palate, above the larynx; it provokes swallowing, which is difficult; afterward it feels too narrow.
Severe painful pressure on a spot in the abdomen, between the navel and top of the hip especially when standing, or lying on the side or back, most on filling the chest full, or making the abdominal muscles tense; it is painful to external pressure.
Stool and Anus.
Very bad diarrhoea.
Emission of blood from the urethra.
Increased secretion of urine.
Urine watery; smells almost like burnt horn; becomes cloudy in the middle on standing.
Hoarseness lasts several days.
Horrible convulsions and death (of a child).
Great general lassitude (in an active person).
Prostrate, unable to speak, raising its hands frequently to its mouth and throat, uttering at intervals a sharp cry, and starting up as if suffocated.
Profound torpor, followed by violent febrile reaction.
Sleep and Dreams.
Sleepiness almost uncontrollable, especially an hour after dinner; sleeps with red face (in three provers the same).
Very taciturn; sleepy after eating; eyes closed readily.
It excites perspiration.
Very profuse perspiration, even in the case of persons generally indisposed to perspire.