Adapted to persons of phlegmatic, scrofulous constitutions; restless, irritable; subject to catarrhal or skin affections brought on or aggravated by cold, damp, rainy weather.
The skin is delicate, sensitive to cold, liable to eruptions, especially urticaria every time patient takes cold, or is long exposed to the cold.
Anasarca after ague, rheumatism, scarlatina or measles.
Dropsy after suppressed sweat, or suppressed skin diseases from cold air or damp dwellings.
Diarrhoea from taking cold in damp places or damp weather.
Catarrhal ischuria in grown-up children, with milky urine, from wading with bare feet in cold water.
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Colic as from taking cold; as if diarrhoea would occur.
Yellow watery diarrhoea twice in a day with tearing cutting colic before every evacuation.
All symptoms aggravated by a cool change of the weather.
Great desire for cold drinks.
Nettle-rash over the whole body, without fever.
Eruption like nettle-rash over the whole body.