Acalypha Indica Linn. Euphorbiacea.
A weed common in the East Indies, like nettle. Proved and applied by Tonnere, of Calcutta, and Payne, of Bath. Holcombe’s cure.
Gloomy and despairing, but very unwilling to die. θ Hamoptysis.
Leucorrhoea, sometimes thick, sometimes watery. θ Consumptive patient.
Cough, with bloody expectoration. θ Tuberculosis.
Violent dry cough, followed by bloody expectoration.
Hamoptysis : expectorates pure blood in morning, dark lumps (clotted) in evening. Cough most violent at night. θ Tubercular deposits in apex of lung.
INNER CHEST AND LUNGS.
Dulness in chest on percussion. θ Hamoptysis.
Constant and severe pain in chest. θ Hamoptysis.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION.
Pulse small and depressed.
Pulse from 100 to 120. θ Hamoptysis.
Night : cough most violent.
Morning : expectorates pure blood.
Evening : expectorates dark clotted blood.
Progressive emaciation. θ Hamoptysis.
Collaterally related to all Euphorbiacea ; especially to Mercurialis annua and Mancin.
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 “