One of Schussler’s tissue remedies. On his theory it produces relaxation of elastic fibres and is recommended in following diseases; Cataract, also senile.
Dilatations of the blood-vessels; varicose and enlarged veins, with sharp, piercing pains also of vulva; haemorrhoids; ulcer from varicose veins; vascular tumours; Cephalhaematoma; excessive menstruation with bearing-down pains.
Dislocations of and prolapsus of uterus, dragging pains in regio uterina and the thighs; chronic synovitis of the knee-joint; panaritium. Lumbago, worse by first, better by continued movement (Rhus tox), also from strains.
Hard crusts in the palms of the hands with or without fissures. Ganglion tendinum. Malnutrition of bones, especially of teeth. Exostosis after injury. Chronic periostitis. Hard, rough, corrugated elevations on bones. Caries, leading to the formation of pelvic abscesses, also from lues or abuse of Mercury, especially of the nose.
Osseous tumours. Induration of testes. Knots or stony hard lumps in mamma. Stony, hard, indurated, glandular tumours. Dental fistula. (In the two last affections much used with good results by H. Siemsen, M.D., of Copenhagen).