The Pinus nigra or black spruce of this country.
Proved by Dr Leaman ; Ohio Medical and Surgical Reporter.
Inability to think or study.
Very low-spirited ; melancholy.
Dizziness ; bad feeling in head.
Terrible distress in head ; generally with some flushing of face. θ Dyspepsia.
Head hot, with flushed cheeks.
TEETH AND GUMS.
PALATE AND THROAT.
Choking sensation in throat.
APPETITE, THIRST, DESIRES, AVERSIONS.
Exceedingly hungry and wakeful at night.
Total loss of appetite in morning ; craving for food noon and night.
EATING AND DRINKING.
Pain after a hearty meal.
Abstinence from particular food does not >. θ Dyspepsia.
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING.
Frequent vomiting of food.
SCROBICULUM AND STOMACH.
Severe pain in stomach after eating.
Distressing pain in stomach, extending to left side.
Sensation of an undigested hard-boiled egg in stomach. θ Dyspepsia.
Continual distressing constriction just above pit of stomach, as if everything was knotted up, or as if a hard lump of undigested food remained there. θ Dyspepsia.
STOOLS AND RECTUM.
FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS.
Menses did not appear until third month after proving.
Gets out of breath easily.
NECK AND BACK.
Pain in small of back.
Dull and sleepy during day ; restless and wakeful at night.
Wakeful at night with hunger.
Morning : total loss of appetite.
Noon : craving for food.
Night : hungry ; wakeful and restless.
Day : dull and sleepy.
Alternate heat and cold.
** Malarial fevers. [Obs. Used in New York in the Fall of 1877. Abies Nigra is said to be one of the ingredients in “Holman’s Fever and Ague Pad.”]
Chronic intermittent fever, accompanied by stomachache.
Left : pain in stomach extends to side.
As if choking ; of an undigested hard-boiled egg in stomach ; as if everything was knotted up in stomach.
Pain : in stomach after eating ; in small of back.
Aching : in bones.
Rheumatic pain : in bones.
Constriction : above pit of stomach.
Rheumatic pains and aching in bones.
Used in preparation of spruce beer.
Similar to : Nux vom. (pressure as from a stone after a meal) ; Bismuth ; Calcarea carb. (like a load after a moderate supper) ; Bryon. (like a stone, worse moving) ; Kali carb. ; Arsen. ; Zincum (as if food lodged in oesophagus) ; Ignat. (food feels as if lying above cardiac orifice) ; Sepia (nightly pressure as from a stone, also after food) ; Agar. (burning after food, followed by pressure as from a foreign body) ; Phosphor. ; Pulsat. (like a stone, early, on awaking) ; Sulphur ; Cinchon. (accompanied by bloating) ; Natr. mur. (sensation of a foreign body sticking in cardiac orifice).
PLAIN TEXT : LOWEST & DESIGNATES AN OCCASIONALLY CONFIRMED SYMPTOMS;
Plain blue: MORE FREQUENTLY CONFIRMED;
BOLD BLUE : SYMPTOMS VERIFIED BY CURES;
BOLD RED : REPEATEDLY VERIFIED;
$BOLD ITALIC RED$ : AN APPROVED CHARACTERISTIC;
θ : STANDS BETWEEN CURED SYMPTOM & PATHOLOGICAL CONDITION;
** : OBSERVED FROM OLD SCHOOL OR NEW SCHOOL;
toxic : Toxicology;
r : Right;
l : Left;
< : Increased or aggravation;
> : Decrease or amelioration;
^^ : Symptoms observed only on the sick “