Common name: Fraxinella.
Dictamnus Fraxinella, Linn. Natural order: Rutaceae. Preparation: Tincture of whole plant.
Frequent emission of copious, offensive flatus. Itching in the anus. Increased stools. Constipation. Greatly increased secretion of urine. Discharge of much tenacious mucus from the uterus, at first brown, afterwards white, at last streaked with blood. Increase of the leucorrhoea, with profuse discharge of urine, with distressing tenesmus and painful erosion of the genitals. Profuse metrorrhagia for nine days (recurring after ten days, upon the continued use of the drug, and lasting several days, with physical weakness). Aggravation of the epileptic attack.
Profuse perspiration. ( From Zorn, Botanologia Medica. Berlin, 1714, p. 265).