The monobromide of Camphor may be dissolved in Alcohol for dilutions.
Restlessness at night. Dull headache all over head in afternoon; heavy headache extending to occiput. Appearance all day of fine snowflakes falling straight down before eyes. Sharp aching in jaws. Discomfort about jaws, waking at night. Sore and stiff feeling in jaws and throat. Sharp shooting in teeth. Dryness of mouth and throat, with bitter taste. Sudden violent vomiting, with little nausea. Burning in stomach, then diarrhoea. Cantharis at 5 A.M. and about every hour all the forenoon and about every fifteen minutes from 2 P.M. till midnight. Suppression of milk. Respiration and pulse slower. Temperature fell one degree. Heat.
Doziness, but not sleep in the natural acceptation of the word, rather a species of trance, eyes open and senses as acute as ever, perhaps more so, but the points of compass seemed reversed, at first these trances lasted five or ten minutes, finally four days, with ghastly dreams at night, in the day vision of large black flies coursing to and fro in swarms, lances of pain shot from temple to temple, and at base of brain a dull benumbing pressure extending towards coronal region, fell into an uneasy drowse about midnight and slumbered for several hours without real rest.