Generals: Colicky cramp and spasm of bowels. Painful neuro-muscular conditions, preventing sleep. Rheumatic disease associated with Bright's disease (D. MacFarlan).
Head: Throbbing headache in eyes and temples. Head hot. Throat very dry, pain on swallowing.
Stomach: Feels sick, like vomiting. Griping in pit of stomach. No appetite. Belching and passing gas.
Urinary: Passes less urine. Changing color.
Female: Menses suppressed. Diminished sexual desire with weakness.
Extremities: Left knee stiff and painful. Feet swollen.
Modalities: Worse at noon (weakness).
Dose: Sixth potency. Fresh juice is applied to ulcers and warts.