Single stitches in the jaw into the internal ear.

Spasmodic drawing pain in the palate towards the fauces.

110. On and under the tongue vesicles with shooting pain.

A severe smarting at the back of the tongue and on the palate (aft. 1 h.).

Red tongue. [Stf.]

Simple pain at the back of the throat, which is increased on moving the neck and on swallowing.

Sore throat, as from a plug in the throat, on swallowing (aft. 4 h.).

115. Sore throat, with swelling of the parotid gland.

(Throbbing pain in the submaxillary glands (aft. 4 h.).

Throbbing at the back of the throat (aft. 1/4 h.).


Teeth covered with mucus.

120. Slimy taste (aft. 2 and 12 h.).

Sour taste (aft. 3 and 18 h.).

Bread tastes sour.

Everything he takes tastes like old rancid fat (aft. 2 h.)

What he hawks up tastes putrid.

125. (At night he has a putrid taste in the mouth.)

He has a putrid smell from the mouth after dinner, like foetid breath (aft. 3 h.).

In the morning bitter taste in the mouth (aft. 24 h.).

Want of appetite.

Anorexia, but on eating his appetite returns.

130. He has no appetite and he relishes nothing; the food will not go down.

No desire for food; nothing tastes good.

He shudders when food is placed before him; he has repugnance to it.

Want of appetite, as if he loathed the food, though it tastes all right.

No hunger and no appetite.

135. (He dislikes soup.)

Beer smells ill.

He dislikes coffee.

After his early coffee nausea, as if he would vomit, with suffocative attacks.

In the morning, after drinking coffee, heat all over and perspiration, with vomiting of bitter mucus; afterwards bitter taste in the mouth, weakness in the head, and inclination to vomit.

140. Great appetite for coffee. (140 seems to be alternating action with) (aft. 7 h.).

(Appetite for raw sour crout.)

Unnatural hunger, in the evening (aft. 3 h.).

During supper the food seems to go no further than the pit of the throat and to stick there, with sensation of fulness, sickness, and eructation.

Empty eructation (aft. 1/4 h.).

145. Sour eructation.

The pains present are aggravated by eructation.

Frequently a single hiccup (aft. 1 h.).

During the meal fulness, and after the meal nausea.

After a meal fulness of satiety in the stomach even till the next day; inclination to vomit.

150. After breakfast inclination to vomit, all the morning.

After a meal the abdomen becomes distended.

Nausea after meal.

After a meal fulness, anxiety, and tearing pain in the back, which then goes into the abdomen.

In the morning dryness in the mouth, then distension of the abdomen, and the stool is incompletely evacuated.

155. Nausea, with inclination to vomit, as if about to faint.

Qualmishness and faint-like nausea.

The qualmishness (faint-like nausea) in the scrobiculus cordis goes off by eating.

Nausea, inclining to vomit, with collection of saliva in the mouth.

In the morning nausea, inclining to vomit.


(Vomiting without previous eructation.)

(Sour vomiting; she also smells sour from the mouth.)

The food is returned by eructation, it is belched up (aft. 5 h.).

Vomiting of food, which is first excited by fulness of the abdomen, but afterwards by intolerable nausea.

165. After eating and drinking heat and sweat on the face (aft. 14 h.).

After a meal aching in the hypochondria and stomach.

He cries out anxiously about a pain in the scrobiculus cordis, as if it were pressed down, and he sweats profusely during it (See 247, 249, 457)

Painful flatulent distension of the epigastric region in the morning.

In the hypochondria the flatulence pushes upwards (later).

170. Pressure on the stomach, as if a stone pressed downwards.

Pressive pain in the stomach and under the short ribs that tightens the breath, especially after drinking coffee (aft. 1 h.).

Pressive pain above the navel.

Flatulent colic; flatulence presses now here now there with great force, as if it would bore through the abdominal muscles, with loud rumbling and grumbling; it presses especially on the inguinal rings; when the colic subsides very little flatus is passed, and then scarcely any is felt in the abdomen (aft. 3 h.).

Flatulent colic (aft. 1 and several h.).

175. Colic returning from time to time; the flatulence accumulates in the hypochondria, and stitches dart through the chest (aft. 8 h.).

Continued tensive pain beneath the ribs, with a tension about the brain (and dry catarrh in the chest) (aft. 1 h.).

Clucking in the side down into the abdomen.

Bruised pain of the hypogastric muscles (aft 9 h.).

Hard distended abdomen.

180. Compressive pain in the abdomen (immediate).

Intolerable pain in the abdomen in the morning at sunrise.

Extraordinary pain in the abdomen, owing to which he did not know how to rest.

Sensation as if the whole abdomen were hollow, and at the same time a perpetual movement in the bowels (with blue rings round the eyes). and when the attack comes on in the evening it is for a short time combined with anxiety (aft. 24 h.).

Colic, more cutting than pinching.

185. Colic, more cutting than shooting, with collection of saliva in the mouth.

Drawing pain in the abdomen.

Single attacks of violent pinching in the abdomen; each of these pains lasts for full a minute (aft. 12 h.).

Pinching, tearing colic in the umbilical region and further down on both sides, with a pain in the sacrum as if it was broken.

Constant tearing colic, as if rolled up in a ball, in the side of the abdomen.

190. Pain in the abdomen, as if caused by costiveness of the motion, the evacuation of which is delayed. (190,191,192,193. All the constipation symptoms are secondary action, i.e reaction of the organism against the efforts of the camomile to produce diarrhoea in its primary action).

Sufferings in the abdomen, as from constipation (aft. 4 h.).


Constipation from inaction of the rectum, so that the excrements can only be pressed out by the efforts of the abdominal muscles (aft. 1, 4 h.).

In the midst of sharp pinching pain in the abdomen, bright coloured faeces are passed (aft. 12, 24 h.).

195. (Undigested excrements.)

(Hot, diarrhoeic stool, smelling like rotten eggs.)

Diarrhoea. [CULLEN, Arzneimittell., Tom. ii, p. 94.]

Painless, diarrhoeic, green, watery stools, composed of faeces and mucus.

Watery diarrhoea, with (and without) cutting in the abdomen.

200. Nocturnal diarrhoea, with pains in the abdomen, so that he must crouch together.

Excrements, covered with mucus, and with mucus in the intervals between the lumps of faeces.

Only white slimy diarrhoea with bellyache (aft. 1, 3 h.).

Shooting pain in the rectum after every stool.

A forcing towards the inguinal ring, as if that part were now too weak to resist, as if a hernia would come (aft. 3 h.).

205. Tendency to blind piles.

Fluent piles.

Blind piles.

Itching pain in the anus (aft.1/2 h.).

(The discharge of urine is held back by pains in the belly.)

210. Shooting pain in the neck of the bladder, when not urinating,

Burning in the neck of the bladder when urinating.

Smarting pain in the urethra while urinating.

Anxiety whilst urinating, without any mechanical obstacle.

Weakened power of the bladder; the urine passes in a sluggish stream (aft. 20 h.).

215. Anxiety with ineffectual urging to urinate, though there is not much urine in the bladder.

Involuntary discharge of urine (aft. 3, 4 h.).

Itching of the scrotum (aft. 6 h.).

Sexual desire (later).

Nocturnal seminal emission.

220. In the morning in bed, erection of the penis.

Excoriation on the border of the prepuce.

On the border of the prepuce, itching pricking pain (aft, 3 h.).

Sore burning in the vagina

Yellow, smarting leucorrhoea.

225. Acrid, smarting, watery discharge from the vagina after dinner.

Forcing towards the womb, like labour pains, with very frequent urging to urinate.

Cutting pain in the abdomen and drawing in the thighs before the menses.

Amid severe pains as if going to get a child, and like labour pains in the womb, frequent discharge of clotted blood, with tearing pains in the blood-vessels of the legs.

Drawing from the anterior part of the sacrum, grasping and griping in the womb, and then large pieces of blood are always passed.

230. Metrorrhagia.

Metrorrhagia, even in old persons.

On the advent of the menses, cross, intolerant, and disposed to quarrel sooner than give in.

Suppression of the menses, with swelling of the scrobiculus cordis and a pain as if it would be pressed down, with swollen abdomen, labour-like pains. and anasarca.

Stoppage of the nose, as from stuffed coryza (aft. 1 h.),

235. Catarrhal stoppage of the nose, with flow of mucus from the nose.

Coryza lasting five to eight days (aft. 2 h.)

Whistling, wheezing, rattling in the wind-pipe when breathing.

Hoarseness from viscid mucus sticking in the larynx, which can only be brought away by violent hawking (aft. 8 h.).

Catarrhal hoarseness in the wind-pipe, with dryness of the eyelids (aft. 1 to 8 h.).

240. Hoarseness and cough on account of rattling mucus in the upper part of the wind-pipe, and where the mucus is detached by coughing the part is painful (aft. 2 h.).

A burning in the larynx.

Short, croaking respiration. [Stf.]

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.