105. Pinched sharpened features, pale, unhealthy-looking complexion, as after debauches. (See 101 to 104.) (Stf.)

Redness of the cheeks and of the ear-lobes.

Puffy, red face. [FISCHER, l. c.]

Heat of the face. [J. RAULIN. (Not accessible.) Observed. De Med, Paris, 1754, pp. 243, 248.]

On coming from the open air into the not warm room, there occurred burning heat in the face, [Stf.]

110. Alternate heat and redness in the face. [STAHL, l. c.]

Momentary contraction of the skin of the forehead, as if the skin in the middle of the forehead were drawn together on one point (aft. ½ h.). [Ws.]

Burning pain on the forehead and hot frontal perspiration. [Lhm.]

Aching over the face, especially near the nose and cheeks, together with a contraction of the eyelids, as if the upper and lower lids were drawn towards one another (aft. 3 h.). [Ws.]

Shooting pressure on the forehead, above the nose and on the cheeks (aft. 32 h.). [Fz.]

115. A pecking pain in the zygomatic process and in a right molar tooth. [Htg.]

Fine stitches in the right malar bone, which go off by pressure. [Htn.]

A boil on the cheek.

Soft pressure going upwards over the root of the nose and on the eye-brow, which goes off on touching, with tension of the skin of the left al nasi. [Fz.]

Aching in both eye-brows, more externally, aggravated by moving the frontal muscles (aft. 3 h.). [Myr.]

120. Pain above the left orbit.

Tearing on the outer canthus of the left eye. [Lr.]

Fine itching pain above the orbits. [Hbg.]

Itching on the left eye-lid. [Fz.]

A tickling sensation on the eye-lids (aft. 5 h.). [Htg.]

125. Violent pain in the eye-lids.

Dry feeling betwixt the eye-lids and eye-ball, causing rubbing pain on moving the eyelids, without alteration in the appearance of the eye. [Htg.]

Eye gum in the outer canthus (after sleep.).

Aching pain in the outer canthi. [Fz.]

Smarting first in one, then in other eye, accompanied by watering of them.

130. Aching smarting pain in the eyes as from salt, she must always rub them. (From the exhalation, compare with 137.) (aft. ½ h.).

Painless pressure in the eyes, such as is apt to occur from fatigue and want of sleep (aft. ½ h.).

Painless pressure in the eyes, such as is apt to occur from fatigue and want of sleep (Aft. 10.1/2, 12 h.). [Htn.]

On awaking, at night, the righteye felt as if it were swimming in water (aft. 19 h.). [Stf.]

In the eyes a sensation, as in general weakness, as if they were much sunk, which they are not (aft. ¼ h.). [Fz.]

A quivering, winking, trembling in both eyes (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Lhn.]

135. Twitching to and fro to the left lower eye-lid (aft. 6 h.). [Ws.]

Lachrymation of the eyes, with creeping pains in them on the inner surface of the eye-lids. [Bch.]

The eyes are somewhat red, with aching burning pain in them, and much heat (in the afternoon) (aft. 6 h.). [Stf.]

Contracted pupils.

Contracted pupils (immediately and aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Bch.]

140. Contracted pupils (aft. 1 h.). [Stf.]

Pupils mobile, but more disposed to contraction than dilation (aft. 20 h.).

Dilated pupils (aft. 1.1/2h.). [Htn.]

Very dilated pupils 9aft. ¼ h.). [Htn.]

145. Extreme dilatation and almost immobility of pupils, with weakness of vision, so that he cannot see distant things distinctly (myopa), with high complexion and liveliness (aft. g h.). [Fz.]

Black points fly before the sight. (Comp. with 147-149.) (aft. 4 h.).

Darkness before the eyes. (147 – 149, see 146) [Lhm.]

Dimness of vision. [CARTHEUSER, l. c.]

Amauriosis. [Breslauer Samml., (Results of suppression of intemittents by china.) 1728. p. 1066.]

150. A ticking noise in the ear, as from a distant watch.

First a beating sensation in the ear, then a loud ringing. (151. 152, comp. with 153-155.)

Ringing in the ears.

Frequent ringing in the right ear, an at the same time a tickling crawling in it, as if an insect had crept in. (153 – 155, comp. with 151, 152.) [Bch.]

Ringing in the ears with headache in the temples. [Fz.]

155. Ringing in the ears with headache in the temples. [Lr.]

Roaring in the ears. (Comp. with 157.)

Roaring in the ears. (Comp. with 156.) [Css.]

Something seems to come before the hearing internally (as from deafness) (Comp. with 159.) (aft. 1 h.).

Hardness of hearing. (See 158.) [MORTON, (Observed effects of overdosing.) Opera, ii, pp. 76. 81.]

160. Tearing in the lobes of the ears. (Comp. with 165.)

Heat if the external ear.

A tickling in the ear. [Hbg.]

Vesicles behind the ears.

Eruption in the concha.

165. Tearing on the cartilage of the ear and in the external meatus auditorious. (See 160.) [Hrr.]

(Aching pain in the internal ear, like ear-ache) (aft. 3 h.).

Pain in the left ear only when touched (aft. 6 d.). [Ws.]

Aching pain in the root of the nose (after the heat of the cheek has gone) that spreads on to the side of the nose (aft. 5 h.).

Tearing pain on the back of the nose.

170. Smarting deep in the left nostril, every inspiration causing a sudden stitch-like pain; on compressing the nose the smarting becomes worse, and then it also itches externally on the back of the nose, in the evening (aft. ½ h.). [Fz.]

Fine needle-pricks on the cartilage of the septum narium. [Hrr.]

Redness and heat only on the nose (aft. 12 h.).

(He fancies he smells a corpse-like odour.)

Epistaxis, in the morning between 6 and 7 o’clock, after rising from bed, for several successive days. [Htg.]

175. Frequent profuse epistaxis. [RAULIN, l. c.]

Epistaxis after blowing the nose strongly. [Ws.]

On the upper lip, on the right side near the commissure of the mouth, sore feeling as after much wiping in coryza. (177, 178, see 179.) [Fz.]

On the lower lip, near left commissure of the mouth, pain as if an eroding ulcer were there. [Fz.]

The inner surface of the lower lip pains as if sore and excoriated. (Comp. wit 177, 178.)

180. Eruption on the lips and tongue; small ulcers which itch and burn much. [SCHLEGEL, (Effects of china on agues. This eruption is said to be critical.) Hufel, Journ. vii, iv. P. 161.]

(Puckered, wrinkled epidermis of the lips) (aft.5 h.)

The lower lip cracks in the middle (on sneezing).

(Chapped lips.)

Dry lips, without thirst (aft. 7 h.). [Fz.]

185. Blackish lips. [DAN, CRUGER, (Results of suppression of intemittents by china) in Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. iii, Ann. 3.]

Speechlessness. [RICHARD, (Results of suppression of intermittents by china) Recueil d’Observ. De Medorrhinum, ii, p. 517.]

Slight rigor, followed by speechlessness. [A. THOMPSON, (Results of suppression of intemittents by china. This symptom, with S. 448, 574, 602, 676, 698, occurred in a hysterical subject instead of a paroxysms of ague.) in Medorrhinum Inq. And Observ. iv, No. 24.]

At night (before 12 o’clock) tearing pressure in the right upper and lower jaw. (Comp. with 199, 203, 204, partly also with 191, 198, 200, 202, 206.)

On the upper jaw a cutting, burning pain (when standing) (aft. 7 h.). [Fz.]

190. Twitching, obtuse stitches in the right lower jaw. (See 195, 207.) [Wth.]

Tearing on the left lower jaw. [Hrr.]

Swelling of the gums and lips. [FORMEY, (Not accessible) Medorrhinum Ephem., I, 2.]

Drawing toothache readily occurs in the open air and when exposed to a draught of air.

Toothache; stuffed coryza and watering eyes.

195. Toothache, a shooting outwards in the front teeth. (Comp. with 190 and 207.)

Toothache with looseness of the teeth (aft. 3 h.).

Loose teeth only painful when chewing.

On biting the teeth together aching pain in the crowns of the right molars. [Fz.]

Toothache, like an aching drawing in the left lower jaw. (See 188, 203, 204.) [Fz.]

200. Twitching tearing in the upper back molars of the left side (aft. 5 h.). [Htn.]

Digging in the upper molars, diminished momentarily by biting the teeth together and pressing on them (aft. 40 h.). [Htn.]

(During the accustomed tobacco-smoking) tearing toothache extending upwards and backwards in the upper jaw followed by a sort of fainting fit. [Fz.]

Aching, drawing pain in the left upper row of molars, with sensation as if the gums or the inside of the cheek were swollen (aft. 1 h.). [Fz.]

In the morning, drawing, aching toothache in one upper molar, with sensation of numbness in it (aft. 24 h.). [Fz.]

205. The lower incisors are painful, as if they had been knocked.

In the morning, drawing pain in the incisor teeth. (For 204 and 206 Rhus toxicodendron seems to be an antidote.).[Fz.]

Small, fine stitches, with tearing in the right upper molars, neither diminished nor increased by touching or drawing in cold air. (See 190, 495)(aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Htn.]

Throbbing toothache. (Comp. with 209.)

Pecking pain in one of the upper molars. (See 208.) [Htg.]

210. Sore-throat. (In original “angina faucium.)

In the pit of the throat, sensation as if it would be painful on swallowing, like a sore-throat (and yet it does not hurt when he swallows).

Painful deglutition, swollen submaxillary glands, which are painful, especially when he swallows.

A shooting on the right side in the throat only when he swallows.

Throat internally as if swollen; shooting pain on the left side of the tongue only when swallowing; there is only aching pain at this spot when speaking and breathing.

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.