Carboneum oxygenisatum (Carbn-o)

Carbonous Oxide

Generals:

Herpes zoster, pemphigus, and trismus are produced by this drug. Coldness, sleepiness, loss of consciousness are marked. Vertigo.

Head:

Cerebral congestion; hallucination of vision, hearing and touch. Inclination to turn in a circle. Jaws firmly clenched. Trismus. Heaviness of head. Sticking pain in temples. Roaring ears.

Eyes:

Ocular paralysis, hemianopsias, disturbed pupillary reaction, optic neuritis and atrophy, subconjunctival and retinal haemorrhages.

Skin:

Anaesthesia; vesication along course of nerves; herpes zoster; pemphigus, with large and small vesicles. Hand icy cold.

Sleep:

Deep. Prolonged; sleepiness for several days.

Dose:

First attenuation.