Atonic dyspepsia and excessive prostration and debility following acute diseases.
Loss of memory.
Ravenous appetite, protracted cases with mild delirium, anxiety and restlessness.
Lassitude and weakness of whole body, with indifference; disagreeable prostration, with soreness of muscles.
Desire for eggs.
Want of reaction in persons of lax fibre.
Marasmus, slow recovery, bilious vomiting and diarrhoea.
Delayed convalescence, fever keeps up, faint feeling.
Relapse from overexertion of mind and body.
Unpleasant sensations rumbling upward.
Unpleasant sensations running downward.
Hemicrania, relapse from fright.
Lack of reaction in chest troubles.
Relapse from anger or from mental overexertion.
Appetite does not return, or ravenous appetite despair of recovery, prostration, sexual desire gone (Phosphorus), weakening sweats day and night.
Cannot eat, everything tastes bitter, or ravenous appetite.
Relapse from muscular overexertion.
Chilliness, sensitiveness to least draught, lower limbs feel as if paralyzed; unpleasant sensations running upward.
Slow healing of decubitus, periostitis of sacrum.
Appetite does not return.
In nervous affections remaining at a standstill (Amb. gris.).