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

Suitable for sudden flushes of heat followed by great nervous weakness and irregular intermitting pulse, occurring at climacteric; worse by least motion.

Section as if heart would stop beating if she dared to move.

Faintness or sinking at the stomach; feels as if he were dying.

Great weakness of chest cannot bear to talk.

At night frequent walking in a fright as from a dream as if he fell from a height or into the water.

Great anxiety.

Loss of appetite.

Stool: whitish or ash-gray fecal.

Fetid or sweetish ptyalism.

Violent vomiting of food of green bile of mucus.

Respiration irregular and performed by frequent deep sighs.

A sudden sensation as though the heart stood still, with great anxiety.

Third fifth or seventh beat of the heart intermits.

Extremely slow when at rest.

Accelerated full, and hard from every motion. Weak, slow pulse.

General weakness.

Coldness of the limbs.

Great coldness of skin.

Great sensitiveness to the cold.

One hand hot, the other cold.

Covered with a copious perspiration, without relief of heart symptoms.

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.