Castanea vesca (Casta-v)

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Chestnut. N. O. Cupuliferae. Tincture of leaves gathered in summer.

Clinical: Diarrhoea. Whooping-cough.

Characteristics: Castanea vescaCasta-v has been proved by Dr. H. C. Houghton and three others. The following are the principal symptoms observed: Slight acrid feeling in throat. Desire for warm drinks. Abdominal walls sensitive. Soft stools of short, small pieces like chopped tape; accompanied with severe pain and rumbling; pain > by stool. It has cured whooping-cough, early stage, violent, spasmodic; very dry ringing cough. Very free sweat after drinking.

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Compare:

Ammonium bromatumAm-br., Mephitis putoriusMeph., NapthNapth.