In the evening, after lying down, itching on the legs above the ankles; after rubbing it pains as if sore and bruised.

Intermitting tearing on the left calf. [Gff.]

380.Cramp in the lower limbs and cramp in the calves almost every night.

Grumbling in the calves and feet.

Creeping in the feet, which are as if numb ( a tingling in them);

When he stood up he felt faint, all became dark before his eyes; he could not remain up, he must vomit (bile), and had to lie down again.

Itching on the ankles.

Tearing in the ankles.

385.Gouty pain in the ankle-joints.

Pain on walking in the left ankle-joint.

In the left foot tearing and shooting (aft. 26 d.).

In the left foot occasional shooting.

Tension in the left foot (at noon).

390. Stiffness of the feet, which are very weary.(aft. 6 d.).

Gouty pain in the ball of the big toe.

Stitch in the ball of the big toe.

Itching on the toes.

Intolerable tickling on the tip of the big toe.

395. Tearing in the middle toes of the left foot. [Gff.]

Tearing on the external border of the left foot. [Gff.]

Pain in the heel when walking.

Stitches in the heel.

Itching in the interior of the soles, not allayed by scratching.

400.Great burning in the soles.

Pain of the corns, as if sore.

By gentle walking in the open air the symptoms are alleviated, but return when sitting. [Gff.]

When walking, profuse perspiration chiefly on the abdomen and thighs.

Perspiration all day long(aft. 24 h.).

405.Itching almost all over, even on the abdomen.

Produces the itch-eruption on the skin, with much itching.

Causes the tetters to reappear.

A burning in several parts of the skin of the body.

In the morning on awaking the skin of the body is as if numb and insensible to the knees, without being cold; the hands have only an indistinct sensibility – a kind of gone-to-sleep condition of the skin, but without formication. [Gff.]

410.He feels the pulse in the body like the ticking of a watch.

Twitching in the limbs.

Uncommon twitching in all the limbs and coldness of the body at night(aft. 5 d.).

From walking in the open air, commotion in the blood and accelerated circulation, with greater weakness of the body.

Uneasiness in all limbs, like a formication, with a kind of anxiety – only by day.

415.In tne morning ( in a heated room). he became suddenly so weak that he could not walk alone, with cold sweat on the forehead and hands.

Very exhausted (aft. 8, 24 h.).

Exhaustion in the morning in bed. [Gff.]

In the morning great weakness in the lower limbs.

Weariness, with painfulness of all the limbs.

420. Exhaustion that goes off by walking (aft. 5 d.).

Heavy in the body and very tired (aft. 7 d.).

Faintness, sinking in the knees (aft. 3 h.).

Weakness in the feet like insensibility (aft. 48 h.).

She must lie down on account of weak feeling in the stomach and vertigo(aft. 72 h.).

425.Inclination to stretch himself.

(Sleepiness by day).

Before midnight sleeplessness.

He cannot sleep at night, he knows not why.

For several nights sleeplessness, and in the morning slumber full of fantastical dreams.

430. Frequent waking at night. [Gff.]

Frequent waking, and at 2 a. M. long uneasiness in the whole body, especially in the occiput.

Very late of falling asleep- then very restless sleep on account of pressure in the epigastrium, particularly the right side. [Gff.]

For several successive nights, always after midnight until 7 or 8 a. M., pain over the eyes, with nausea.

In the evening, late, after going to sleep in bed, aching, tearing from the occiput into the forehead. [Gff.]

435. The first half of the night heat in the head.

Uneasiness in the occiput after midnight.

At night he wakes up with headache, which goes off on rising.

Waking with exhaustion, dryness of mouth, and great pressurein the epigastrium, diminished by lying on the abdomen, where upon he has tearing in the sacrum instead, which goes off when he again lies on the back. [Gff.]

On awaking about midnight weakness, nausea, great pressurein the scrobiculus cordis and abdomen, violent erections, without voluptuous sensation, dryness in the mouth and insensibility of the surface of the body. [Gff.]

440. Very early waking; followed by frequently interrupted, but very profound sleep, with eyes fast closed. [Gff.]

In the morning, after waking, in bed, greater weariness, especially in the upper part of the body, confusion of the head and sensation as if the eyes were very fast closed, besides some nausea in the scrobilculus cordis, he has hardly resolution to get up. [Gff.]

In the morning, in bed, weariness, with feeling in theyes as if they were too firmly closed. [Gff.]

At night when asleep he lies on his back, the occiput supported by both hands, and with bent knees, with very vivid dreams. [Gff.]

445. For three successive nights restless, with many dreams (aft. 5 d.).

While in the actof going off to sleep vivid, uneasy dreams, which almost prevented any sleep (aft. 8 d.).

The child sleeps restessly, talks in its sleep, and wants to drink.

Sleep restless, with anxious dreams (aft. 5 d.).

The night full of uneasy, anxious dreams. [Gff.]

450. After falling asleep late, anxious dreams, as if he was ill used, and on account of weakness could not defend himself; he then awakes with great weakness in the upper part of the body, with squeezing pressure under the scrobiculus cordis and nausea, sensations that recur when he lies down again and falls asleep- to which is then added pressure in the left side of the abdomen; but on waking up and sitting up and moving the symptoms go off, with discharge of flatus, fermentation in the abdomen and eructation. [Gff.]

Vexatious, anxious dreams, and talking in sleep, for eight days (immediatlely).

Dreams full of business.

At night restless sleep, on account of coldness of the body and twitching in all the limbs (aft, 5 d.).

Internal chilliness at night, on account of which he cannot go to sleep, or from which he wakes up at night; he does not become warm at all.

455. Chilliness and weariness as if he wanted to sleep, for successive fornoons, which went off by eating his dinner (aft. 72 h.)

From early morning chill, sleep-weariness, and numb headache, which only went off by walking in the open air.

After two diarrhoeic stools, chill, great weariness and headache.

Before dinner chilliness (the first days).

(Coldness of the skin of the whole body-excepting only the face, neck. and genital organs.)

460. For two successive evenings heat, from 7 to 8 p. M. (aft. 12 d.).

Every quarter of an hour heat in the face and all over the body (aft. 5, 6 d.)

Nocturnal perspiration for two successive nights (aft. 6, 7 d.).

Profuse night sweat for two successive night )aft 5 d.).

Always after midnight general, strong-smelling sweat, for many nights.

465. Every night a strong exhalation, almost like sweat.

Moderate night sweat all over, with great warmth of the body.

Every morning sweat, most profuse on the ailing side.

Very restless by day.

Restless al day, with tightness of chest.

470. Disposition restless and excited.

Hurriedness in intellectual occupations.

Irritable humour, as if weak in nerves and impatient. [Gff.]

Excited; she spoke unusually much (loquacious), was very much exhausted thereby, could not sleep at night, got a headache, as if a great weight lay on her head; she felt much oppressed, must sit up in bed, and anxiety, and perspired all over the body.

Unusually long excitement.

475. Is irritated by speaking, has shaking and trembling all through the body. especially in the lower extermities, and must remain for some time alone, in order to rest.

Music sends the blood to his head.

The imagination is occupied with many lascivious ideas, even in dreams, and yet the disposition and the sexual organs are but little excited bt them ( in the first 24 h.).

Distorted fancies, grimaces, satanic faces take possession of the mind, and he cannot get rid of them.

Anxious thoughts arise in him.

480. Anxious in the evening.

Anxious and trembling (aft. 8 d.).

Great dejection (aft. 6 d.).

Sad thoughts take possession of him, with sinking feeling about the heart; he is for a long time depressed in spirits.

Very sad (aft. 72 h.).

485. Despair.(aft. 48 h.).

Immediatlely lachrumose, then peevish and quarrelsome, for two hours.

His humour is easily embittered.

Constant alteration of dejection and passionate disposition, which will not allow him to get a tranquil disposition.

Indifferent to joy and sorrow, but more dejected than calm.

Very composed disposition.(Secondary action by the organism)

Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of Homoeopathy. He is called the Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings, to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

Hahnemann's three major publications chart the development of homeopathy. In the Organon of Medicine, we see the fundamentals laid out. Materia Medica Pura records the exact symptoms of the remedy provings. In his book, The Chronic Diseases, Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, he showed us how natural diseases become chronic in nature when suppressed by improper treatment.