Nervous headache, pain in paroxysms. Dysmenorrhoea with profuse menstruation. (Good remedy, often found confirmed by H. Siemsen, M.D., of Copenhagen). Severe after-pains. Enuresis nocturnal and diurnal in children, when other remedies fail to cure. (Often recommended). Erythema, first in face and on the arms, appearing last on the legs. Urticaria, especially in women, chronic, with great itching and bulbous eruptions. Pseudomembranes on the tonsils and fauces, resembling croupous diphtheria, great prostration and albuminuria. Much recommended as useful haemostaticum in profuse epistaxis (1-10) on cotton, and verified in practice.