TEUCRIUM SCORODONIUM


Insufferable depression, with easy fatigue, chilliness and indisposition to work. Sad and hopeless, without cause; in afternoon. Melancholy. Inclined to pessimistic fault-finding. Easily irritated. Craves sympathy. Premonition of impending illness. Feels bad. Dulled. Beclouded. A sense of well-being that comes and goes; of satisfaction. Feels much fresher, stronger and desires to work more in. evening, than in the morning. Full of project.


MIND AND MOOD :- Insufferable depression, with easy fatigue, chilliness and indisposition to work.

Sad and hopeless, without cause; in afternoon.

Melancholy.

Inclined to pessimistic fault-finding.

Easily irritated.

Craves sympathy.

Premonition of impending illness.

Feels bad.

Dulled. Beclouded.

A sense of well-being that comes and goes; of satisfaction.

Feels much fresher, stronger and desires to work more in. evening, than in the morning.

Full of project.

Euphoria.

HEAD :- Dull ache, with restlessness,

Congestion to, in evening; with roaring in ears.

Forehead.- Pain, aching; violent over eyes; dull; pressive; in afternoon; > heat.

EYES :- Burning. Pressure as of an unfolding barley grain in right canthus, in afternoon.

EARS :- Pains, aching; tearing, and in nape; sticking, left, then right; burning, pulsating of external, with icy cold feet.

NOSE :- Pressure over root, and left eye.

Slight redness of left dorsum.

Rawness within.

Stopped on awaking.

Discharges mucus; profuse; thin; watery; bland; white; yellow; thick.

Sneezing; frequent, violent attacks; distressing; persistent; in A.M. with slight chilliness; dry; with obstructed nose; with naso-pharyngeal catarrh; with fluent coryza; < on turning cold; in morning.

Coryza; fluent, severe or profuse, in morning. Violent, watery, with sneezing and burning in eyes. After riding in open air; > in fresh air.

FACE : Jaws, pains in; tearing in both right; at 4 P.M.; in lower on awaking. Drawing in both lower, and into ears.

MOUTH :- Marked salivation.

Mucus, full of easily expectorated m.; coming from upper air passages, in A.M.; spits white m.; hawks down m.

Scratchy, on hawking.

TONGUE :- Sharp stitches in tip, in morning.

TEETH :- Ache (r); as if at angle of lower jaw; wandering.

TONSILS :- Violent sticking as of a needle or fish bone in right,

necessitating hawking; toward noon; > ice cold drinks. PHARYNX :- Scratchy sticking, with dry hawking, coughing.

Naso-pharynx sore.

THROAT :- Dryness.

Tickling in, with hawking.

Pain deep in left muscles on awaking in A.M.; < turning head, going about or undressing.

APPETITE :- Lost.

THIRST : On awaking at night.

ERUCTATIONS :- Displaced; occasional; as if they should relieve.

NAUSEA.

STOMACH :- Pains; slight; with fullness.

Pressure.

ABDOMEN :- Pains; violent, awaking him at night; violent in and in lumbar region; in r. lower; with vertigo (menstruating).

Fullness, as from gathering flatulence.

Flatulence.

ANUS :- Furuncle, alongside of and on buttock.

STOOL :- Sudden urging, then a gushing s.

Diarrhoeic. Soft.

Profuse, thin, slimy s., in A.M., after rising.

KIDNEYS :- Stitches and pressure in region of right.

URETHRA :- Discharges, thin, light yellow, like second stage of gonorrhoea, on urinating, in morning; profuse thick and yellow, on awaking in A.M.

COUGH :- Scratchy; rough; dry; slight hacking.

Expectoration.- Scanty mucus in A.M.

CHEST :- Intolerably dull, constrictive pressure about thorax,. with recurring hawking cough, from larynx, and stitches in right tonsil.

Fine rattle in, with slight cough.

NECK :- Pains in glands.

Sensitive r. cervical and submaxillary glands.

SCAPULAE :- Repeated fleeting stitches between, at night.

ARM :- Transient shooting along r. ulnar nerve, in afternoon, then along left.

Wrist.- Rheumatic pains in both. Sticking in left.

Thumb.- Pains in ball of 1., < grasping; at 3 P.M.; > cool bathing.

KNEE :- Pain in; sudden, in r.; in inner and outer r., while walking.

FEET :- Icy cold.

GENERAL :- Rheumatic pains off and on.

Very restless at night.

Great exhaustion; at 2 P.M.

Weakness, relaxation and aversion to exertion, in afternoon.

SKIN :- Continuously moist.

SLEEP :- Sleepless and restless at night.

C.M. Boger
Cyrus Maxwell Boger 5/ 13/ 1861 "“ 9/ 2/ 1935
Born in Western Pennsylvania, he graduated from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and subsequently Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia. He moved to Parkersburg, W. Va., in 1888, practicing there, but also consulting worldwide. He gave lectures at the Pulte Medical College in Cincinnati and taught philosophy, materia medica, and repertory at the American Foundation for Homoeopathy Postgraduate School. Boger brought BÅ“nninghausen's Characteristics and Repertory into the English Language in 1905. His publications include :
Boenninghausen's Characteristics and Repertory
Boenninghausen's Antipsorics
Boger's Diphtheria, (The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of)
A Synoptic Key of the Materia Medica, 1915
General Analysis with Card Index, 1931
Samarskite-A Proving
The Times Which Characterize the Appearance and Aggravation of the Symptoms and their Remedies