Common names: Horsebalm, Rich weed, Stone root. Collinsonia Canadensis, L. Natural order: Labiatae. Preparation: Tincture of root “and plant” (Hale).
+ Common names: Horsebalm, Rich weed, Stone root.
Collinsonia Canadensis, L.
Natural order: Labiatae.
Preparation: Tincture of root “and plant” (Hale).
Dull frontal headache, with frequent rheumatic pains in the arms, hands, and legs (after three hours). Dull frontal headache, with frequent flying pains in the legs (second day). Dull frontal headache, with tearing pains in both knees, passing down the inside of the legs to the feet, while sitting (after one hour).
Dull pain over the eyes, with pressing pain in the right temple (after half an hour).
Dryness of the nostrils, with frequent sharp pains in the right temple and dull aching distress in the stomach and bowels (after four hours).
Face quite yellow around the eyes (second morning). Neuralgic pains in the superior maxillary bone when in the open air (after one hour).
Tongue coated yellow along the center and base, with a rough, bitter taste in the mouth (second morning).
Nausea while sitting, with cutting pains every few minutes in the whole hypogastrium (second day). Slight nausea, with distress in the stomach and bowels (second day). Severe nausea, with hard cutting pains in hypogastrium and frequent emissions of flatus from the anus; lasted one hour, when I went to sleep (after four hours). Sharp cutting pains in the stomach for five minutes, while sitting down (after five hours).
Dull distress in the right hypochondrium (second day).
Distress in the umbilicus, with eructations of air (after half an hour). Dull pains in the umbilicus for five minutes, at 10 p. m. (third day).
Great pain in the hypogastrium and desire for stool (second morning). Cutting pains in the hypogastric region every ten or fifteen minutes; the pains were so hard that I was compelled to sit down each time, and became very faint (second morning). All the afternoon and evening had cutting pains in the hypogastrium every half hour to one hour, that would last from two to five minutes at a time (second day). Cutting pains in the hypogastrium, with stool of bilious matter, mucus streaked with blood, and tenesmus, at 2 p. m. (second day). Awoke twice in the night with sharp cutting pains in the hypogastrium, and again at 4 a. m. with same pains and great desire for stool (first night).
Mushy stool at 8 a. m. (fourth day). Papescent stool at 7 p. m., preceded by dull pains in the small intestines (third day). Stool of bile, mucus, and yellow matter, accompanied by severe tenesmus, and followed by hard, cutting pains in the bowels (second morn ing). Stool of yellow fecal matter, mucus and about one teaspoonful of blood, with tenesmus and followed by sharp, cutting pains in the hypogastrium for fifteen minutes, in the morning; 10 a. m., small stool of mucus and blood, with tenesmus, preceded and followed by sharp cutting pains in the hypogastrium; 12 p. m., stool of bilious matter, mucus and blood, with the same symptoms as the last stool. Stool first part hard and lumpy, last part ran from bowels thin as milk with severe pains in the hypogastrium, accompanied with straining, severe nausea and faint ing. The pains continued fifteen minutes, when there followed another copious watery stool with the same symptoms as the first (second morn ing).
Constipation for two days with a feeling of great languor. Light colored lumpy stool, with hard straining, followed by dull pains in the anus and hypogastrium for half an hour (after two hours).
No stools (second and third days). No stools for three days (after fourth day).
Urine high colored and scanty (second day).
Great lassitude, with desire to sleep all day (second and third days).
Feeling weak (second day). Feeling very weak and faint (second morn ing).
(Afternoon and evening), Pains in hypogastrium.
(In open air), Pains in maxillary bone.
(While sitting), Nausea, etc.; pains in stomach.