For rheumatic pains, heaviness, languor and bruised pain in the extremities, drawing in the bones; sensitiveness of all the organs of sense; aggravated of the pains by motion, talking and noise.
Ulcers on he extremities; dropsy or oedema of the feet; short cough and dyspnoea.
Congestion of blood to the head, with heat in the face; pain in the head, face and teeth; or for jaundice when Mercurius is insufficient.
Headache; otalgia; toothache; pain in the limbs; especially when these symptoms are occasioned in consequence of the suppression of fever and ague by large doses of quinine, and Pulsatilla proves insufficient.
Removes the roaring in ears, produced by China or quinine.
After quinine abuse with its characteristic headache, roaring in ears, general malaise, as if coryza, (influenza) would set in.
For oedema of the feet.
Six pills in a glass of water, a tablespoonful three times a day, generally removes most of the symptoms.
For fever and ague which have been suppressed by large doses of quinine, Pulsatilla being inefficient.
For jaundice or other affections of the liver.
Natrum mur [Nat-m]
Constant hiccough after abuse of quinine.
Otalgia; toothache; headache; pain in the limbs, after oppression of fever and ague.
Coldness of the body and limbs, with cold sweat, constipation or diarrhoea.