Vertigo on walking in open air. Sour and offensive eructations. Profuse painless, not exhausting diarrhoea. Sweat every morning.
Membranous bronchitis. An obstinate case, in which many remedies failed, has been cured by this remedy. After frequent recidives many casts of the bronchial membranes were expectorated and the dying patient recovered (Allen). Membranous dysmenorrhoea in patients with Calcarea habitus. Adipositas. Migraine with great coldness in the head and much gastric acidity (Clotar Mueller). Recommended symptomatic by Bahr in chronic catarrh of stomach or intestines in children.