An excellent compilation of symptoms of homeopathic medicine Baptisia Tinctoria from the book Pearls of Homeopathy by M.E. Douglass, published in 1903….

Dysentery of old people; diarrhoea of children especially when very offensive.

Great prostration with disposition to decomposition of fluids.

Ulceration of mucous membrane; exhalations and discharges, offensive, foetid breath, stools, urine, sweat.

Stupor; falls asleep while being spoken to in the midst of his answer.

Cannot go to sleep, because she cannot get herself together; feels scattered about and tosses about to get the pieces together thought she was three persons and could not keep them covered.

Face: flushed, dusky; dark red, with a stupid, besotted expression.

Can swallow liquids only; the least solid food gags.

In whatever position the patient lies the parts rested upon feel sore and bruised.

Tongue coated yellowish-brown in the centre, with red, shining edges.

Mouth and tongue very dry in fevers.

Chill, fever, and sweat every afternoon.

Feverishness, with feeling all over as if bruised; the parts on which he is lying soon ache and feel sore and bruised.

A sensation all over the body as if bruised or beaten.

Melford Eugene Douglass
M.E.Douglass, MD, was a Lecturer of Dermatology in the Southern Homeopathic Medical College of Baltimore. He was the author of - Skin Diseases: Their Description, Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment; Repertory of Tongue Symptoms; Characteristics of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica.