Generals: Hay-fever, with burning excoriation, paroxysmal cough; tough, tenacious mucus, and fear of suffocation. Protracted labor. Chronic psoriasis and lepra.
Head: Violent throbbing and lancinating pains in forehead. Left-sided brow ague. Brain seems void. Inclined to gape and cry. Loses consciousness; head reels when in high-ceiled room. Constant protrusion and retraction of tongue (Lachesis mutaLach). Neuralgia with heaviness of head, burning, stinging and stitching in temples and forehead.
Face: Collapsed, hippocratic. Facial neuralgia in cheek-bone, upper jaw, and behind right ear. Better by chewing, pressure, and external warmth.
Stomach: Violent spasmodic pains in stomach and abdomen. Vomiting. Slimy brown diarrhoea. Violent tenesmus. Cholera.
Respiratory: Attacks of angina pectoris coming on when excited. Violent spasmodic cough. Short, difficult respiration. Spasmodic constriction of chest. Dyspnoea.
Skin: Leprous-like eruption, without itching, over whole body, in spots of various sizes.
Modalities: Worse, mental emotions, touch. Better, chewing, pressure, night, lying on affected side, and warmth.
Relations: Acts similarly to Cuprum metallicumCupr but is more violent in action.
Dose: Third to sixth trituration.